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Gift of Alex and Brit d'Arbeloff to establish a fund to support new approaches that foster learning supported by emerging information technologies.
Supports annual programs for the Cambridge MIT Exchange (CME).
Award recipient is for one woman student per semester or summer majoring in science or pursuing research that relates science and a major in another area. (UROP)
Gifts for an endowed Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program.
Gifts for an endowment to support UROP projects designed to improve the quality of life through their impact on people and/or the environment.
Gifts for an endowed Undergraduate Research Opportunities program.
Gifts of members of the Class of 1982 to establish an endowed fund to support undergraduate students who wish to pursue their own research ideas as an Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) project.
Gifts for an endowed UROP fund.
Gifts of members of the Class of 1992 to establish an endowed fund to support the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program with a preference for students working in the area of K-12 education.
Gifts for an endowed UROP fund.
Gifts for an endowed UROP fund.
Gifts of alumni/ae and friends to support D-Lab student projects.
Fund to support a new initiative created specifically to encourage multidisciplinary inquiry into ethical issues that affect the individual and the greater society; and, to foster dialogue in order to find equitable solutions to complex problems.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to support the Edgerton Outreach (K-12) Program at MIT.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends in support of programs engaging faculty in freshman advising and mentoring.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to support the educational initiatives of the MIT Experimental Study Group ('ESG'). These might include innovative classes, hiring a 'scholar in residence' to try out new pedagogy or subjects, equipment for experimental classes and a faculty mentioning system. Use of the Fund income shall be at the discretion of the director of ESG.
Gifts to support the Experimental Study Group at MIT.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to establish an endowed fund to provide support for the MISTI China Program, with preference for students involved with public service projects.
Gifts of alumni/ae and friends to honor Professor Haus by bringing to the MIT campus visiting lectures to present new ideas and to interact with MIT faculty and students.
Gift of friends and family in memory of Marianna Polonsky Slocum to support one or more undergraduate women pursuing Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) research in Mathematics or Physics. First preference is for a student-initiated project, second preference is for a student working with a woman faculty member, and third preference is for any woman student doing a UROP in math or physics.
Gifts to establish an endowed fund to provide support for public service programs of the Edgerton Center.
Gifts of alumni/ae and friends to support the MISTI program, including events, seminars, and student internship expenses.
Gifts made by alumni/ae and friends to support MIT student and alumni projects and summer internships at Middle East Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow (MEET), a technology and entrepreneurship education program that brings together Israeli and Palestinian high school students.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to support the MIT Sloan Africa Innovate Conference. The conference is a forum for discussing Africa's business climate, markets, challenges, and potential.
> Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to support the MIT Asia Business Conference. The conference is a forum for discussing Asia's business climate, markets, challenges, and potential.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to support the MIT India Conference. The conference is a forum for discussing India's business climate, markets, challenges, and potential.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to support the MIT Latin American Conference. The conference is a forum for discussing and promoting the relationship between Latin American business and the world economy.
The MIT Sloan Global Initiatives Fund facilitates an understanding of international collaborations, which are vital to world-wide business productivity and success.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to support the MIT Sloan Women In Management Conference. The conference is a forum for discussing the roles, contributions, and challenges of women's participation in business management.
Gifts support international undergraduate and graduate research projects, internships and workshops in Australia and New Zealand. Gifts also support student, faculty and staff activities related to Australia and New Zealand.
Gifts support international undergraduate and graduate research projects, internships and workshops in Belgium. Gifts will also support faculty and staff activities related to Belgium.
Gifts support international undergraduate and graduate research projects, internships and workshops in Brazil. Gifts also support student, faculty and staff activities related to Brazil.
Gifts to support international undergraduate and graduate research projects, internships and workshops in Chile. Gifts also support student, faculty and staff activities related to Chile.
Gifts support international undergraduate and graduate research projects, internships and workshops in China. Gifts also support student, faculty and staff activities related to China.
Gifts support international undergraduate and graduate research projects, internships and workshops in France. Gifts also support student, faculty and staff activities related to France.
Gifts support international undergraduate and graduate research projects, internships and workshops in Germany. Gifts also support student, faculty and staff activities related to Germany.
Gifts support international undergraduate and graduate research projects, internships and workshops in India. Gifts also support student, faculty and staff activities related to India.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to support international undergraduate and graduate research projects, internships and workshops in Israel. Gifts also support student, faculty and staff activities related to Israel.
Gifts support international undergraduate and graduate research projects, internships and workshops in Italy. Gifts also support student, faculty and staff activities related to Italy.
Gifts support international undergraduate and graduate research projects, internships and workshops in Japan. Gifts also support student, faculty and staff activities related to Japan.
Gifts support international undergraduate and graduate research projects, internships and workshops in Korea. Gifts also support student, faculty and staff activities related to Korea.
Gifts support international undergraduate and graduate research projects, international student internships, and workshops in Mexico. Also supports student, faculty and staff activities related to Mexico.
Gifts of alumni/ae and friends to provide support for the MISTI Netherlands program
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to support international undergraduate and graduate research projects, industrial internships, and workshops in Russia. Gifts will also support student, faculty, and staff activities related to Russia.
Gifts to support international undergraduate and graduate research projects, internships and workshops in Singapore. Gifts also support student, faculty and staff activities related to Singapore.
Gift of alumni/ae and friends to provide support for the MISTI South Africa program.
Gifts support international undergraduate and graduate research projects, international student internships, and workshops in Spain. Also supports student, faculty and staff activities related to Spain.
Gifts of alumni/ae and friends to provide support for the MISTI Switzerland program
Gifts to support international undergraduate and graduate research projects, internships and workshops in the United Kingdom. Gifts also support students, faculty and staff activities related to the United Kingdom.
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Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to support MITaly, the Italian Students Association at MIT
Gifts in honor of Paul E. Gray to establish an endowed Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program fund.
Gifts from David E. Burmaster and others to establish an endowed Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program Fund with preference to support research in the navigation of cyberspace.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to support the MIT Sloan BioInnovations Conference. The conference is a forum for discussing the BioInnovations and Healthcare industries.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to support the MIT Venture Capital Conference. The Conference brings venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, and students together for keynote presentations, and panel discussions on Venture Capital and Entrepreneurship.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to support STAR Program in the Office of Educational Innovation and Technology. STAR is a set of visual and analytic software tools designed to support/enhance teaching in a variety of subjects (Biology, Chemistry, Genetics) using 3-D visualization models.
The Technology and Culture Forum at MIT sponsors lectures, seminars, small group discussions and symposia that address critical issues of our time. The programs explore the role of science and technology in promoting positive social, ecological, and economic change. In addition, they stimulate discussion about the ethical implications of scientific discovery and technological innovation.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to support the Terrascope Program. Terrascope is a yearlong program in which MIT fresmen work collaboratively to find solutions to complex, interdisciplinary problems in areas related to the Earth system.
Contributions to this fund are included in the expendable budget 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.
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.
Gifts to endow a fund for the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP).
Gifts to support the U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Project for activities in the developing world.