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The Carroll L. Wilson Award is a grant for graduate students who wish to explore a program of research and/or study of an important societal problem with international dimensions.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to support MIT's Graduate Student Council (GSC), the student government for graduate students. The GSC improves the graduate student experience through student activities, resources, and advocacy.
Gifts for a new residence hall or for renovations to existing residence halls for graduate students.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to support the research and collaborations of graduate students in MIT's Doctoral Program in History, Anthropology and Science, Technology, and Society (HASTS).
Gifts in memory of Dr. Hugh Hampton Young to provide financial assistance to outstanding students with exceptional breadth of interests who show great promise of becoming capable and efficacious directors and co-ordinators of broad projects covering many disciplines.
Gifts to support graduate student life and learning initiatives through support of proposals to the Dean of the Graduate School.
The fund will provide support for PhD students at Sloan with preference for students in the IT group. If gifts to the fund reach $100K by June 2019, the fund will be an endowment fund.
Gifts of alumni/ae and friends to support the orientation and integration of international families into the MIT community, through such programs as spouses&partners@mit, MIT FamilyNet, and the MIT Language Conversation Exchange.
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends to support annual research awards for MIT Sloan doctoral students, in memory of Rafel Lucea. Proposals should be consistent with the spirit of Rafel's research interests on the relationships between multinational corporations and NGOs in enhancing business sustainability and social responsibility. Preference will be given to proposals that will use the funds to expand the scope of the research project or deepen its engagement with the local contexts of corporate and NGO activities.
The fund recognizes and encourages extraordinary teaching and mentoring by graduate students in the School of Engineering through an annual award and other related programs and activities.
To provide support for first-year MBA students performing low-paid or unpaid internships in non-profit or public organizations.