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- MIT'S K-12 SMORGASBORD. // Technology Review;May2008, Vol. 111 Issue 3, pM22
The article offers news briefs related to educational developments at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The Plasma Science and Fusion Center has offered magnetism and electricity to elementary schools and hands-on plasma science experiments to middle and high schools. Meanwhile, the...
- Developments in the Honors-Group Plan. Frazier, Richard H. // Journal of Higher Education;Feb1935, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p72
The article focuses on the purpose of the Honors Group Plan which is developed under the guidance of the Department of Electrical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The plan is associated with the practice of sectioning in accordance with mental...
- K--12 and the Institute. Marcott, Amy // Technology Review;May2008, Vol. 111 Issue 3, pM21
The article highlights the K-12 enrichment programs offered by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The author stated that to reinvigorate its effort, MIT has introduced new programs including a web site and Highlights for High School that matches thousands of OpenCourseWare video and...
- Hurdle #1: Getting in the door. Fields, Cheryl D. // Black Issues in Higher Education;03/19/98, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p16
Focuses on strategies implemented by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to recruit minorities into its science and engineering programs. Impact of limiting affirmative action on minority students; Modification of language used by school in materials and programs; Efforts by college...
- MIT's Center for Meteorolgy and Physical Oceanography evolves into a new entity. // Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society;Aug97, Vol. 78 Issue 8, p1807
Reports that the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Center for Meteorology and Physical Oceanography evolved into a Program in Atmosphere, Oceans, and Climate (PAOC) on July 1, 1997. Details on the program; What students enrolling in the program will be eligible for.
- Build parts by printing. // Design Engineering;Oct97, p17
Reports that a 3D printing process is under development at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). How the 3D printing process works; Application of the process in geometry.
- Out with contexts. // Commonweal;4/6/90, Vol. 117 Issue 7, p205
Editorial. Comments on M.I.T.'s decision to reform its curriculum to treat the social, cultural, and ethical dimensions of science and engineering. Discussion of values; Objective morality; Problems with the so-called open mind.
- US universities brought to book. // New Scientist;9/12/92, Vol. 135 Issue 1838, p6
Reports on a judgment by the Department of Justice in the United States that found the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) guilty of violating antitrust laws. Claims made by the government; This concerned price fixing on financial aid they gave students; MIT plans to appeal.
- MIT students hit, run, field, and then tinker. Hartill, Lane // Christian Science Monitor;3/9/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 74, p17
Reports on August 1999 opening of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Laboratory for Sports Innovation, where sports inventions are developed.