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Established by Professor Harry W. Tyler in 1937 for his wife, Alice Brown Tyler '1884 for the benefit of women students at the Institute. The endowment fund is currently used to support the AMITA senior academic award.
Gifts in memory of Arthur C. Smith, to support MIT student-initiated ideas that create a sense of community within MIT, achieving a positive impact on people within or beyond the MIT community.
Dean For Student Life Discretionary Fund
Gifts support student clubs and teams program with the resources to take on all kinds of engineering challenges for fun and competition around the world.
Contributions in memory of Dean Baker for the Everett Moore Baker Foundation.
Gifts from the International Student Association of Greater Boston, the income for the general purpose of supporting programs and activities relative to foreign student affairs at MIT.
Gifts of Alumni/ae and friends to support MIT Medical's Mental Health and Counseling Service, which is focused on treating emotional stress and promoting resilience to help the community better manage stress and find newer, more effective ways to live and work at the Institute.
An endowed fund which will be used to prevent dental catastrophes through health education, preventative dentistry and financial assistance with dental care emergencies.
Gifts of alumni/ae and friends to support the orientation and integration of international families into the MIT community, through such programs as MIT Spouses & Partners Connect and the MIT Language Conversation Exchange.
Fund to support programs and activities that promote leadership development forwomen students at MIT.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to establish an endowed fund, income to make an award to member(s) of the MIT Outing Club to undertake an 'adventure' challenging themselves in the outdoors as Sean Collier had. The income will be used for travel, guide services, or other expenses relating to an outdoor adventure. Income in excess of the amount allocated for the MIT Outing Club shall be used for support and maintenance of the permanent memorial to Officer Collier.
Supports a wide range of student events, programs and activities.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to support student life and wellness on campus. Examples of activities supported include programs to increase awareness about mental health and promotion of life and wellness skills.
Gifts to support the essay magazine published annually of best student writing, currently called Angles, or its successor.