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1. Student perspectives on grad life at MIT

A new blog written entirely by MIT graduate students offers a window into a deeply diverse community.

2. A showcase of nuclear science and engineering at MIT

Nuclear Science and Engineering Expo provides an opportunity for prospective grad students and the MIT community to learn about department research.

3. Setting the pace for change in the energy sector

MIT energy and climate thought leaders play integral part in discussions at CERAWeek 2017.

4. Ernest Moniz named co-chair and CEO of Nuclear Threat Initiative

Physics professor and former U.S. Energy Secretary will lead nuclear security nonprofit while continuing his work at MIT.

5. A measurable improvement in STEM access for the blind

Two MIT graduate students have developed a device that provides better access to STEM materials for the blind and low-vision community.

6. At the intersection of industry and academia

Infrastructure, Smart Cities and Transportation Workshop sheds light on collaboration opportunities between MIT and Parsons Corporation.

7. 3 Questions: Lourdes Melgar on Mexico’s energy reform

MIT alumna, Robert Wilhelm Fellow, and former Mexican government official discusses opportunities and challenges of recent reforms.

8. Uncovering new ways to tell sports and media stories

Ben Shields' research focuses on the intersection of social media technologies, data analytics, and audience behavior in the sports, media, and entertainment industries.

9. Lorraine Wong awarded 2017 MIT Collier Medal

MIT senior in brain and cognitive sciences and women's and gender studies honored for community work supporting mental health and women in STEM.

10. Scene at MIT: Ellen Swallow Richards leads the Women's Laboratory

A trailblazing industrial and environmental chemist, Ellen Swallow Richards was MIT’s first female graduate and first female instructor.