MIT FACULTY NEWSLETTER
May/June 2023 | Vol.XXXV No. 4
MIT’s Faculty values and takes particular pride in the accomplishments of your Class of 2023, who have overcome unprecedented stresses in the path to graduation.
Once upon a time we worried that the computer would take over our spaceship, or our job.
Professor Mary C. Fuller will succeed Lily Tsai as Chair of the Faculty on July 1, 2023.
When we walked into our final scheduled bargaining session on Thursday, May 4, many of us on the MIT Graduate Student Union (GSU) Bargaining Committee were hopeful that we would leave with a contract to recommend to our membership.
The relationship between graduate students and their faculty mentors is the most sensitive, important, and most productive component of MIT’s academic and intellectual fabric.
The subject of this report is MIT’s future relationship with China.
Together with MIT students, staff, and non-MIT colleagues, I recently made an educational video on the ethics of AI bias.
In one capacity or another, I have spent all but the first of my 83 years at school.
The results are in for the recent electronic all-faculty/emeritus faculty election for members to the Faculty Newsletter Editorial Board.
Since its establishment in April 2020, the MIT Staff Emergency Hardship Fund has provided financial relief . . .
This article was very upsetting for me to read. I think it makes vast assumptions about the character and intellect of MIT’s student body without the support of thorough research.
Reflecting as a Student
I am not an expert at teaching, but I am quite knowledgeable about being a student . . .