Jack Reid

Space Enabled

Howdy! As of 2018, I am a new member of the Space Enabled group here at the Media Lab, though I have been at MIT for a few years now. In June 2018, I completed a dual masters in AeroAstro and the Technology & Policy Program. My field(s) of research include systems engineering, complex systems, and the policies that relate to them. My undergraduate degrees were in mechanical engineering and philosophy, both at Texas A&M University.

I am involved with science and graduate student policy through both MIT's Science Policy Initiative and the Graduate Student Council's External Affairs Board. Additionally, I am currently the graduate student representative on MIT's Open Access Task Force, which is seeking to reform and advance MIT's support for open access. My spouse and I are currently serving as Graduate Resident Advisors at one of MIT's independent living groups, pika. Through these activities I have had the good fortune to interact with people from all over the MIT community and am looking forward to getting to know one of the most unique components of that community, the Media Lab, better.

Howdy! As of 2018, I am a new member of the Space Enabled group here at the Media Lab, though I have been at MIT for a few years now. In June 2018, I completed a dual masters in AeroAstro and the Technology & Policy Program. My field(s) of research include systems engineering, complex systems, and the policies that relate to them. My undergraduate degrees were in mechanical engineering and philosophy, both at Texas A&M University.

I am involved with science and graduate student policy through both MIT's Science Policy Initiative and the Graduate Student Council's External Affairs Board. Additionally, I am currently the graduate student representative on MIT's Open Access Task Force, which is seeking to reform and advance MIT's support for open access. My spouse and I are currently serving as Graduate Resident Advisors at one of MIT's independent living groups, pika. Through these activities I have had the good fortune to interact with people from all over the MIT community and am looking forward to getting to know one of the most unique components of that community, the Media Lab, better.