The former chancellor of MIT reflects on his upbringing and his best — and worst — experiences at the institute.
Phillip L. Clay | Dec 3, 2019
"I really liked interacting with people and there wasn’t a lot of need for that in a pure engineering position. I wanted to be in a position where I could make a strong impact early on."
Reginald Van Lee | Oct 15, 2019
One of the first two African-American women to earn a degree from MIT, Rudd was also a founding member of the Black Students' Union.
Jennifer N. Rudd | Sep 15, 2019
"I think it’s important for people to have a sense of history, of where they came from and the people who came before them."
W. Ahmad Salih | Sep 15, 2019
We must explore our role and leave a legacy so that future generations can relate to our hopes and disappointments, our struggles and achievements.
Clarence G. Williams | Sep 15, 2019