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Vol. XXXVI No. 1September/October 2023

Civil Discourse in the Classroom and Beyond

Alex Byrne, Brad Skow
In its 2024 College Free Speech Rankings, FIRE (the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression) ranked MIT 136th. While we can congratulate ourselves on beating Harvard (which came dead last...

Vol. XXXVI No. 1September/October 2023

Nominate a Colleague as a MacVicar Faculty Fellow

Provost Cynthia Barnhart is calling for nominations of faculty as 2024 MacVicar Faculty Fellows. The MacVicar Faculty Fellows Program recognizes MIT faculty who have made exemplary and sustained contributions to...

Vol. XXXVI No. 1September/October 2023

Congratulations on Reaching a First Contract Agreement

Thomas A. Kochan, Robert B. McKersie, Mary Rowe, Susan S. Silbey
As faculty members who have studied and been directly involved in labor-management relations for many years, we are very proud of the good work done by the MIT administration, the...

Vol. XXXVI No. 1September/October 2023

With the GSU Contract, A New Future for Graduate Workers at MIT

The MIT GSU Bargaining Committee
On Labor Day, the MIT Graduate Student Union (GSU) publicly announced our plans to strike in an email to graduate students and communicated our intent to escalate a strike threat....

Vol. XXXVI No. 1September/October 2023

from the 2023 MIT How’s It Working? Survey

MIT Values and the Protests in Lobby 7

Sally Haslanger, Jonathan A. King, Ceasar McDowell, Nasser Rabbat, Balakrishnan Rajagopal Social movements and social protests come in many forms and have different purposes. In the face of a global...

Gaza: What Have We Learned from the bin Salman Scandal?

Sally Haslanger, Jonathan A. King, Ceasar McDowell, Nasser Rabbat, Balakrishnan Rajagopal The war in the Middle East is forcing us to confront the often-silenced dialogue around Israel and Palestine. Regrettably,...

Vol. XXXVI No. 2November/December 2023

MIT Values and the Protests in Lobby 7

Sally Haslanger, Jonathan A. King, Ceasar McDowell, Nasser Rabbat, Balakrishnan Rajagopal
Social movements and social protests come in many forms and have different purposes. In the face of a global crisis, one important purpose of protests is to give individuals an...

Vol.XXXV No. 4May/June 2023

University Engagement with China: An MIT Approach

The MIT China Strategy Group
Executive Summary The subject of this report is MIT’s future relationship with China. The question it addresses is how the Institute and other American research universities should engage with organizations...
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