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Visiting Associate Professor Jorge Vera eying MIT partnerships in operations research
As a visiting associate professor of management science, one of Jorge Vera's biggest challenges in coming to MIT has been teaching in a new language.
Assistant Professor of Strategy Pai-Ling Yin breaks out in emerging technology research
With her strong interest in emerging technology, e-commerce and industry evolution, Assistant Professor of Strategy Pai-Ling Yin, has found a good match with MIT Sloan.
Understanding Productivity in the Information Age
In today's knowledge-based economy, it pays to be an information hub. That's one of the implications of groundbreaking new research by three professors affiliated with the MIT Center for Digital Business.
MIT Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship Announces $60,000 in Prize Money for Development Focused Projects
Two MIT organizations combine resources and talent in an effort to provide inspiration and support for social entrepreneurs working toward poverty alleviation, elimination of corruption and improvement in health and education.
MIT Clean Energy Entrepreneurship Prize Established to Drive Innovative Ideas to Market
$200,000 Cash for Top Prize to be Awarded by NSTAR and US DOE Based on Rigorous Competition
Download MBA Employment Report (PDF)
Check out the new employment report for the 2007 and 2008 MBA classes.
S.P. Kothari offers unique game plan for India to expand horizons
India has established itself in software, component exports and other sectors, but an MIT Sloan Professor and Deputy Dean S.P. Kothari has a novel suggestion for how the nation can prove to itself and the world that it is truly open to innovation: Privatize cricket.
Dean Schmittlein on Thanksgiving and the role of a great university
A great university isn't about tallying facts or memorizing methods. It's about creating a small space where someone -- student or researcher, alone or together -- can create something out of the most humble of ingredients. So writes Dean David Schmittlein in his latest blog entry, "Alchemy."
Building it Better: Making Our Infrastructure Sustainable and Disaster Resilient
Meeting the nation's need for sustainable and disaster-resilient infrastructure systems will need to draw upon the ingenuity and resourcefulness of all sectors of the US economy, writes Senior Lecturer Sarah Slaughter.