|Mar 10||4:30 AM||Topology Seminar||Get Details|
|Mar 10||9:00 AM||Solidarity Works: Politics of Cultural Memory||Get Details|
|Mar 10||9:00 AM||Keller Gallery Presents: "Get to Work" by ROOM Studio - On View in March||Get Details|
|Mar 10||10:00 AM||Holography at the MIT Museum||Get Details|
|Mar 10||10:00 AM||5000 Moving Parts||Get Details|
|Mar 10||11:00 AM||11AM Campus Tour Only (No Information Session)||Get Details|
|Mar 10||12:00 PM||Addressing Patient Wait Times with Systems Thinking||Get Details|
|Mar 10||12:00 PM||Chez Pierre Seminar||Get Details|
|Mar 10||12:30 PM||Architecture | Building Technology Lecture Series | Jeff Anderson: Transparent Structure - Designing with Glass | 12:30 pm | Rm 7-429||Get Details|
|Mar 10||1:00 PM||Practice Makes Perfect: Peer Mock Interviews||Get Details|
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, or MIT, is a research institution and university located in the city of Cambridge, Massachusetts directly across the Charles River from Boston's Back Bay district.
MIT is a world leader in science and technology, as well as in many other fields, including management, economics, linguistics, political science, and philosophy. Among its most famous departments and schools are the Lincoln Laboratory, the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, the Media Lab and the Sloan School of Management. Fifty-seven current or former members of the MIT community have won the Nobel Prize.
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