Event

John Maeda: STEM to STEAM

LocationMIT Media Lab, E14-674 DescriptionIn the current moment of economic uncertainty, America is once again turning to innovation as t...

Wednesday
October 26, 2011
Person

John Maeda

Computational Design & Inclusion, Automattic

Video

#7 John Maeda h2.0 Drawings

A short video composed of drawings by John Maeda for the opening of the h20 event.

May 18, 2007
Person

Tomohiro Maeda

Research Assistant

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Matthew Stempeck

Alumnus, Civic Media

Person

Jeff Sturges

Director's Fellows Program Alumnus

Person

John MacDonald

Article

John Maeda Named President of Rhode Island School of Design

Event

STEAM It Up: City of Cambridge K-8 Family STEAM Night

Open Ocean introduced K-8 students to the importance of phytoplankton at Cambridge's K-8 STEAM It Up event.

Thursday
October 24, 2019
Person

Michael B. Johnson

Person

John Hockenberry

Distinguished Fellow

Person

Arielle Johnson

Director's Fellow

Person

John Underkoffler

Person

John S. Driscoll

Visiting Scholar

Person

John Rademacher

Research Assistant

Person

Shannon Johnson

Research Assistant

Person

John Mose

Person

Amy Johnson

Administrative Assistant

Person

John Klein

Research Assistant

Person

Ayana Johnson

Person

John H. Maloney

Research Affiliate

Person

Kristy Johnson

Research Affiliate

Person

Britney Johnson

Research Assistant

Person

John Clippinger

Research Affiliate

Person

John Sherwood

Research Affiliate

Person

John West

Data Journalist & Application Developer

Article

MIT Full STEAM Ahead offers scalable, hands-on remote learning for K-12

Website created as a rapid response to Covid-19 yields unexpected insights into what’s possible for reaching learners at a distance.

Person

John Seely Brown

Co-Chair, Deloitte Center for the Edge

Person

John Moore

Research Assistant

Person

John Werner

Head of Innovation & New Ventures, Camera Culture

Person

John Paul DiFrancesco

Director, Digital Fabrication Facility

Person

John Kestner

Research Affiliate

Project

Propel STEM

The Propel program was initiated by Elements of Education to address the disproportionately low rate of girls applying to the STEM-focuse...

Event

Mass STEM Week Kickoff

#SeeYourselfInSTEM

Publication

Field Fabrication of Solar-Powered Steam Turbines for Generation of Mechanical and Electrical Microenergy

Sun, A. "Field Fabrication of Solar-Powered Steam Turbines for Generation of Mechanical and Electrical Microenergy"

Event

Dr. Katlyn Turner Speaks at Massachusetts STEM Week 2020

Katlyn Turner will speak at Massachusetts STEM Week, whose theme this year focuses on the power of mentoring.

Wednesday
October 21, 2020
4:30pm ET
Event

Cynthia Breazeal delivers keynote at Mass STEM Week 2020

The official third annual STEM Week Kick Off event is co-hosted by the STEM Advisory Council, MIT, and the MA Science and Engineering Fair.

Monday
October 19, 2020
10:00am ET
Article

STEM Week event encourages students to see themselves in science and technology careers

MIT hosts kickoff event of Massachusetts STEM Week — a statewide virtual celebration of K-12 education.

Article

At Mass STEM Week kickoff, MIT RAISE announces Day of AI

Artificial intelligence is top-of-mind as Governor Baker, President Reif encourage students to “see yourself in STEM.”

Project

STEM Accessibility Tool

We are developing a very intuitive and interactive platform to make complex information--especially science, technology, engineering, and...

Article

‘Uncovering Hidden Pathways’ focuses on future minority youth in STEM

Jaleesa Trapp led a discussion at her alma mater about antiracist approaches to engaging young people from marginalized groups in STEM.

Article

Mass STEM Week 2020 Keynote: Prof. Cynthia Breazeal on Teaching Ethical Use of AI

In October, MIT hosted the kickoff for Massachusetts STEM Week, which included a keynote by Cynthia Breazeal.

Article

Why Do Leaders Avoid Developing STEM Teachers?

Article

Canan Dagdeviren wants more women in STEM to “Not give up”

“That’s one thing I always tell my female students.”

Article

Danielle Wood featured in Sigma Xi's Women in STEM: 2020

We asked female Sigma Xi members to share the resources that have helped them in their careers.

Article

LittleBits CEO talks new Disney partnership, girls in STEM & immigrant entrepreneurship

Alum Ayah Bdeir talks about spinoff littleBits and Snap the Gap, a program to support girls excited about science and technology.

Article

Media Lab conference addresses gender bias, diversity, and inclusion in STEM

Megan Smith ’86, SM ’88 and other thought leaders offer advice to students on how women in STEM fields can develop skills for navigating ...

Post

Kristy Johnson and Shannon Johnson participate in inaugural McGovern Institute Story Slam

Kristy Johnson was selected as the winner of the slam.

Event

Benton Vision

LocationMIT Media Lab, Bartos Theatre DescriptionOn Tuesday, November 11, 2003, the Media Lab held "Benton Vision"—an event to celebrate ...

Tuesday — Wednesday
November 11, 2003 —
November 12, 2003
Post

Hands-On Ecology: Fostering Neuroinclusivity in STEM Education

What counts here—first and last—is not so-called knowledge of so-called facts, but vision—seeing. Seeing here implies Schauen [to see] (a...

Event

Kristy Johnson Dissertation Defense

Foundations of Cognitive, Affective, and Communicative Systems for Neurodiverse Individuals

Wednesday
August 11, 2021
1:30pm ET
Publication

Long-term glycemic control using polymer-encapsulated human stem cell–derived beta cells in immune-competent mice

Vegas, A., et al. Long-term glycemic control using polymer-encapsulated human stem cell–derived beta cells in immune-competent mice, Nature Medicine, 22: 306 211, 2016. PMCID: PMC4825868

Article

MIT OpenAg releases the Personal Food Computer 3.0, a STEM-friendly collaboration with educators

An active and passionate community of over 2,500 people spread across 62 countries have rallied around the open source platform.

Post

PopBots: A Hands-on STEAM platform for the AI generation

PopBots are programmable, intelligent social robots that play with children to help them learn about AI.

Post

Storytelling, STEM, and changing the conversation at Comic-Con

The Media Lab panel at San Diego Comic-Con covered inclusion, exploration, and the reciprocity between fiction and research at the Lab

Event

Open Ocean Seminar: John T. Leong

John T. Leong, Obama Foundation Fellow and CEO of Kupu, engages, equips, and empowers the next generation of conservation leaders.

Article

Kristy Johnson: Expanding communication for all

The physicist, neuroscientist, and PhD candidate creates augmentative technology for children with neurodevelopmental differences.

Article

Neurodiverse curiosity, with Kristy Johnson

“To really understand curiosity, we need new metrics, or new ways of thinking, or both."