Scholars News Highlights

Infusing ethics into experiential learning

Grace Moore to receive Michel David-Weill Scholarship

Grace Moore ’21 and NEET AMM Student Council Officer is the first from MIT to receive the prestigious Michel David-Weill Scholarship, which provides funding for graduate study at Sciences Po in Paris, France. This was announced June 2021. She “…went on to credit her formative experiences with NEET Advanced Materials Machines track internationally and working on the MIT Climate Action Plan in the Office of the Vice President for Research.”

Infusing ethics into experiential learning

Infusing ethics into experiential learning

In a new undergraduate course, students explore the ethical dimensions of their experiences.

2020 Conferment Ceremony Celebration

NEET Class of 2020 Conferment Ceremony Celebration!

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~!

Ronit Langer

Ronit Langer awarded the Scoville Fellowship

NEET LM scholar, Ronit Langer, was awarded the Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship which she is pursuing at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Lilly Papalia - NEET AM

Exploring speech recognition with industry experts

MIT rising junior and NEET Autonomous Machines scholar Lilly Papalia discovered a way to create multiple test audio files for voice recognition in GM cars

Rovi Porter

Hawaiian student inspires Pembrokeshire youngsters to design and build robots

NEET REM scholar, Rovi Porter, teaches Pembrokeshire College youngsters to build robots.

Burchard Scholar

Thirty-eight exceptional MIT students named 2020 Burchard Scholars

NEET LM scholar, Haniya Shareef, selected as an MIT Burchard Scholar which helps students expand intellectual horizons and leadership skills.

SuperUROP

At halfway point, SuperUROP scholars share their research results

NEET AM scholar, Weitung Chen among those showcasing their SuperUROP projects to the MIT community and local industry partners.

Janice Tjan

MIT students encourage young females to pursue STEM studies and careers

NEET LM scholar, Janice Tjan paid a visit to over ten Charleston County School District (CCSD) schools to encourage young girls to pursue science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) studies and career paths.

MIT NEET Ethics - Marion Boulicault and Milo Phillips-Brown

Integrating Ethics into a Technical Curriculum

NEET ethics instructors Marion Boulicault and Milo Phillips-Brown discuss three questions about integrating ethics into technical content.