Institute for Data, Systems, and Society (IDSS)

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Gifts to support education, special projects, and infrastructure within the Institute for Data, Systems, and Society (IDSS).
Supports activities for TPP students and alumni such as career panel discussions and student/alumni receptions. These funds also support the activities of the TPP student society and the TPP Outward Bound leadership experience.
This fund was established in 2000 in order to support students whose research areas are not well funded at MIT. This fellowship is used to recruit some of TPP's best applicants.

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Gifts in honor of C. L. Miller, former head of Course I.
Gifts in support of graduate student financial assistance in the Institute for Data, Systems, and Society (IDSS).
Gifts to support education, special projects, and infrastructure within the Institute for Data, Systems, and Society (IDSS).
Gifts to support graduate fellowships in the Institute for Data, Systems, and Society (IDSS).
Gifts from alumni/ae and industrial sponsors to be used as unrestricted support of general activities within the Lab for Information and Decision Systems (LIDS).
The fund provides graduate student financial assistance for students in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, with preference for students in the area of the mathematical foundations of estimation, control and optimization of complex systems, or related fields.
Supports activities for TPP students and alumni such as career panel discussions and student/alumni receptions. These funds also support the activities of the TPP student society and the TPP Outward Bound leadership experience.
This fund was established in 2000 in order to support students whose research areas are not well funded at MIT. This fellowship is used to recruit some of TPP's best applicants.
This fund is used to promote the TPP Masters degreee to prospective women students and for social events for current women students in the Technology and Policy Program.