In response to research and recommendations from the "Increase Help-Seeking" Working Group, the UA and the GSC, communications officers in DSL, DUE, and ODGE joined forces on a mobile re-boot of "resources.mit.edu," a 1-stop-site for all student resources at MIT.
This week, MIT LIbraries launches a new institute-wide program, MIT Reads. The program offers an all-MIT reading experience that aims to build community and foster understanding. Each year’s selected readings will center on a theme representing an important campus issue or priority.
The MindHandHeart Initiative is looking to hire a Graduate Community Fellow, sponsored by the Office of the Dean for Graduate Education (ODGE) to support our ongoing development and strengthen our understanding of how the initiative can support the graduate community. This Fellow supports MindHandHeart by working closely with, and reporting to, the Executive Administrator. The Fellow’s work will be toward two primary aims:
From Mid-January to May 2016, a semester's worth of "Portraits of Resilience" has been archived in The Tech, showing a broad spectrum of deeply human idnividual experiences within all walks of teh MIT community from faculty to alumni to students to staff. From the website, "Portraits of Resilience is a photography and narrative series by Prof. Daniel Jackson.