Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Libraries. Department of Distinctive Collections
Found in 270 Collections and/or Records:
Academic Integrity Handbook is the source for the rules that students must follow in their research and writing. See The Mind and Hand Book for the official rules for students at the Institute in all aspects of student life.
This website provides an overarching explanation and history of the arts at MIT.
The Bates Research and Engineering Center is a physics research center. It is part of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Laboratory for Nuclear Science. The website includes information on research and engineering activities, including the High Performance Research Computing Facility, as well as current and completed projects. The website also features a list of publications, photo galleries, news articles, and information on tours of the center and its museum.
The Bernard M. Gordon-MIT Engineering Leadership Program (GEL) is a leadership development program for undergraduate and graduate engineering students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The website provides an overview of the program, as well as information on application, opportunities, and resources. The website also includes a list of research publications, information for industry partners and sponsors, and resources for GEL alumni.
Black Alumni/ae of MIT website provides general information about the organization, a brief history, and a listing of events. Black Alumni/ae of MIT (BAMIT) was established in 1979. Its purpose is to serve as a resource and provide support to Black students, faculty, and staff at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and to serve as a communication network for alumni/ae.
MIT’s Center for Computational Science and Engineering (CCSE) was established in 2008 with the mission of supporting computational engineering. Faculty and researchers from across the School of Engineering are involved with the center and computational engineering education and research around MIT. Their website includes information about the people associated with the center, the research being undertaken, their academic programs, and seminars offered by the center.
The Center for Materials Research in Archaeology and Ethnology (CMRAE) is a research and instruction center which integrates science with archaeology, anthropology, and art history. CMRAE is a consortium of eight Boston-area educational and cultural institutions, including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). the website provides information on the history and organization of CMRAE, academic course and program offerings, and description of CMRAE research focuses.
The Center for Theoretical Physics (CTP), a division of the Department of Physics and the Laboratory for Nuclear Science, is a theoretical physics research and education center at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The CTP website provides information on current research focuses as well as a list of research publications. The website also includes a directory of CTP affiliates, current news, information on upcoming seminars, and a donations portal.
The Chinese Alumni/ae of MIT (CAMIT) website Includes meeting minutes 1998-2000; CAMIT 2002 Bylaws; CAMITalk vol 10-12 1999-2001; most of the photos are not available on the website. The website was last updated in 2003. CAMIT promotes networking among MIT alumni/ae of Chinese descent and other MIT alumni/ae and current students, facultym and staff through educational, career development, community, and social events.
The collection contains materials that document student life on the MIT campus, including notebooks and papers, news clippings, magazines, student publications, photographs, brochures and programs, and other memorabilia.
Collection on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Exhibit at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) was at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, the "1904 St. Louis World's Fair," held in St. Louis, Missouri. Material in the collection includes a booklet designed for use at the Exposition indicating important topics and themes of MIT's education-related exhibit. Also of interest is a register signed by visitors to the exhibit, many signers identifying themselves as graduates of MIT.
This is an assembled collection of materials about various World War II training programs run by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It consists of materials donated by participants, primarily those in the Radar School training program. Offical records about World War II academic training programs are in the federal archives. The Registrar's Office at MIT may have information about student records.
The Community Service Fund (CSF), estblished in 1968, provides financial assistance to support Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) students, faculty, and staff volunteers in community service initiatives. Their website includes information on CSF operations and history, application guidelines, and opportunities. The site also features a list of recent grant recipients and a login portal for CSF Trustees.
Computational Cognitive Science is a human cognition research group affiliated with the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The website provides information on Josh Tenenbaum, Professor of Computational Cognitive Science, and a description of group research focuses. The website also includes a directory of group affiliates, a list of publications, and a collection of research and collaborator resources.
The Concourse Program is an integrated first year program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The website provides information on program academics and admissions. It also includes a directory of program faculty and staff and a list of past news articles.
The Consortium on Financing Higher Education (COFHE) is a research organization composed of private colleges and universities which performs research and policy analysis on topics pertaining to the financing of higher education. The COFHE website includes a list of member institutions, a list of COFHE Board of Director members, a list of frequently asked questions, contact information, and staff biographies.
The Council for the Arts at MIT (CAMIT) supports arts-related programs and fund raising activities at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The website includes information on CAMIT awards, grant programs, and teaching and learning opportunities. The website also features current news articles as well as information on free and discounted arts events and activities and current MIT community art projects.
The COVID-19 rapid innovation dashboard website collates information on MIT based and adjacent projects that focus on finding solutions to problems related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Most of this information is stored in embedded Airtable tables. The Airtable elements of the page do not playback in Archive-It. See the https://innovation.mit.edu/c19rapidinnodash/ for more information on a complete capture.
The Deshpande Center for Technological Innovation awards research grants and provides assistance to Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) faculty engaged in innovative technological research. The website provides information on current research projects, spinout companies, and grants. The website also includes statistics related to the Center's impact, a directory of Center mentors, and information on engagement opportunities.
The Distributed Robotics Laboratory (DRL) is a robotics research and development facility at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The DRL is a part of MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). The DRL Wiki site contains information on current and past projects, news, videos, and publications. Also included is a list of DRL affiliates and links to institutions which provide funding for the lab.
The Giving to MIT website, operated by the MIT Alumni Association, facilitates financial donations made to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The website contains a list of the funds, programs, initiatives, departments, and organizations accepting donations, as well as information on donation payment and duration options. Also included on the site is a list of frequently asked questions as well as tax and gift information.