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D-Lab Fund3854550
Gifts to support D-Lab and its work with people around the world to develop and advance collaborative approaches and practical solutions to global poverty challenges. This fund supports the activities and operations of D-Lab, including but not limited to expenses for student travel, classroom materials, teaching and research, and staff salaries.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends for general support of the MIT Division of Student Life (DSL) -Life Learning Fund
Gifts support student-led clubs and teams, courses in engineering and high-speed photography, machine shops, along with K-12 programming.
Gifts of alumni/ae and friends to support the MISTI program, including events, seminars, and student internship expenses.
Gifts to the MIT Integrated Learning Initiative (MITili) support interdisciplinary research on learning and applications to improve educational practices, technologies, and policies at all levels of learning: pK-12, higher education, and continuing education.
Gifts to support pK-12 activities at MIT, bringing together educators and researchers to advance the understanding of learning from infancy through the secondary school level.
MITx Fund4014650
Gifts to support MIT’s efforts to create open online courses offered to students worldwide on the edX platform.
Gifts to MIT Open Learning further our understanding of teaching and learning; to innovate, study and scale digital learning technologies on the MIT campus and worldwide; and to share learning research globally with the aim of transforming teaching and learning for learners of all ages.
Gifts to support OpenCourseWare (OCW), an open online publication of virtually all MIT course content made available to the world.
Gifts of alumni/ae and friends to an endowed fund to support the current work and sustainability of the Priscilla King Gray Public Service Center. Priscilla King Gray is one of the founders of the PSC and a continuing inspiration.
Contributions to this fund are applied to the endowment for the Undergraduate Practice Opportunities Program. UPOP introduces MIT undergraduates to the 'firm skills' they need to complement their math, science and engineering training, transforming them into effective engineering leaders in the world of work. UPOP students receive academic training, hands-on industry practice, mentoring and networking opportunities, all in the context of individually tailored coaching and participation in team challenges.
Gift to support the Abdul Latif Jameel World Education Lab. The lab with help further learning, knowledge and employability at the PK12, Higher education and Working population levels around the world.