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NEET Living Machines Faculty Lead Linda Griffith featured in NYT Profiles in Science for her work on endometriosis

April 27, 2021

Professor Griffith's mission is to change the conversation about endometriosis “from one of women’s pain to one of biomarkers, genetics, and molecular networks.” NEET Living Machines students have the opportunity to do research in Prof. Griffith's Center for Gynepathology Research at MIT.

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NEET Faculty Leads Elsa Olivetti and Michael Short Among 2021 MacVicar Faculty Fellows

March 11, 2021

The Office of the Vice Chancellor and the Registrar’s Office have announced this year’s Margaret MacVicar Faculty Fellows: professor of mathematics Larry Guth, associate professor of materials science and engineering Elsa Olivetti, associate professor of nuclear science and engineering professor Michael Short, and professor of biology and biological engineering Michael Yaffe.

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NEET Scholar Amy Jin named 2021 Gates Cambridge Scholar

Feb 22, 2021

MIT senior Amy Jin has won the prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship, which offers students an opportunity to pursue graduate study in the field of their choice at the University of Cambridge in the UK. Jin will join the other 23 U.S. citizens in being members of the 20th class of scholars.

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NEET Faculty Lead Jonathan How Among Four MIT Researchers Elected to the National Academy of Engineering for 2021

Feb 12, 2021

Election to the National Academy of Engineering is among the highest professional distinctions accorded to an engineer. Academy membership honors those who have made outstanding contributions to "engineering research, practice, or education, including, where appropriate, significant contributions to the engineering literature" and to "the pioneering of new and developing fields of technology, making major advancements in traditional fields of engineering, or developing/implementing innovative approaches to engineering education." 

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    2021 Bernard M. Gordon Prize for Innovation in Engineering and Technology Education Awarded to MIT Educators, Linda Griffith and Douglas Lauffenburger 

    January 7, 2021

    The National Academy of Engineering announced today that the 2021 Bernard M. Gordon Prize for Innovation in Engineering and Technology Education will be awarded to Linda Griffith and Douglas Lauffenburger of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) “for the establishment of a new biology-based engineering education, producing a new generation of leaders capable of addressing world problems with innovative biological technologies.”

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    Saurabh Amin:  Striving to make our infrastructure safer

    December 6, 2020

    The systems engineer focuses on making transportation, electricity, and water infrastructure more resilient against disruptions.

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    Universities as Engines of Economic Development: Making Knowledge Exchange Work.

    New Book Published!

    Co-authored by Edward Crawley, John Hegarty, Kristina Edström and Juan Cristobal Garcia Sanchez (SM '20), this book demonstrates how universities can contribute to economic recovery after Covid-19, shaping universities to be engines of economic development.

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    NEET presented at the 125th, 126th and 127th Annual Conferences of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE)

    6/23/2018; 6/1/2019; 6/25/2020

    Executive Director, Dr. Babi Mitra, presented NEET at the 2020, 2019 and 2018 ASEE annual conferences.

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    Class of 2020 - 1st annual NEET Conferment Ceremony Celebration!

    05/27/2020

    Celebrating our first class of graduating seniors ~ from the Autonomous Machines and Living Machines Threads, in the New Engineering Education Transformation program! Congratulations to all~!

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    Testing the waters

    1/28/2020

    MIT sophomore Rachel Shen looks for microscopic solutions to big environmental challenges.

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    NEET welcomes Boeing sponsorship

    4/23/2019

    Collaboration will help MIT students become leaders in autonomous machines.

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    NEET presented to the Institute of Biological Engineering

    4/4/2019

    Lead Instructor, Dr. Timothy Kassis, presented NEET at the annual IBE conference.

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    Colloquium on the Global State of the Art in Engineering Education

    4/1/2019

    Jointly convened by NEET and Olin College. 94 participants from the 16 current and emerging global leaders identified in the global undergraduate education benchmarking study.

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    A Recipe for Health

    10/9/2018

    Top Chef host and executive producer, Padma Lakshmi, visits Living Machines.

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    MIT alumnus and GM engineer returns to campus to inspire student innovation

    9/8/2018

    Will Dickson ’14 is trailblazing new ways to spark collaborations and scout talent.

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    A NEET New Approach to Engineering Education

    8/21/2018

    TO SUCCEED IN TODAY’S ENGINEERING WORKFORCE, students need more than a grounding in theory: they also need the skills and confidence to bring new ideas into reality through interdisciplinary teamwork.

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    Following the Thread

    8/21/2018

    TO SUCCEED IN TODAY’S ENGINEERING WORKFORCE, students need more than a grounding in theory: they also need the skills and confidence to bring new ideas into reality through interdisciplinary teamwork.

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    MIT Study: Dramatic Shifts Anticipated

    6/1/2018

    The future of engineering education is “rapid and fundamental change,” according to a recent study commissioned by MIT.

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    NEET will offer two new threads this fall

    4/13/2018

    NEET allows students to learn from a project-based, interdisciplinary approach.

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    Reimagining and rethinking engineering education

    3/27/2018

    New MIT report takes a worldwide look at the future of how engineers are trained.

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    MIT Festival of Learning: Expo

    2/27/2018

    How MIT is leading the educational revolution.

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    Putting projects at the forefront

    10/5/2017

    NEET pilot initiative centers around interdisciplinary projects to prepare students for the practice of engineering.

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    School of engineering to pilot interdisciplinary course roads

    8/24/2017

    This fall, MIT’s school of engineering will pilot a new format for guiding students’ educational path, as an alternative to existing majors, minors, and concentrations.

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    NEET Scholar Amy Jin named 2021 Gates Cambridge Scholar

    2/22/2021

    MIT senior Amy Jin has won the prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship, which offers students an opportunity to pursue graduate study in the field of their choice at the University of Cambridge in the UK. Jin will join the other 23 U.S. citizens in being members of the 20th class of scholars.