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An interview with graduate student Philip Ewing who talks about how he decided to become an architect, his interest in the field of Computation and what winning the Robert R. Taylor Fellowship has meant to his life.
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Robert Guest, The Economist's Business Editor describes how mass migration is changing the way we live, learn and do business. A century ago, migrants often crossed an ocean and never saw their homelands again. Today, they call—or Skype—...
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MacVicar Day - Innovations in Undergraduate Education at MIT: Past, Present, and Future In the Tradition of Margaret MacVicar and Robert Silbey Friday, March 16, 2012Bartos Theater Dean Daniel Hastings introduces the 2012 MacVicar Facul...
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01/28/2011 12:15 PM Rockwell cageRobert C. Merton, Ph.D. '70, MIT Sloan School of Management Distinguished Professor of FinanceDescription: In his keynote address, Robert Merton chooses not to focus on the financial crisis. It is clear t...
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01/28/2011 9:00 AM KresgeAndrew W. Lo, Harris & Harris Group Professor, Director, MIT Laboratory for Financial Engineering; John C. Cox, Nomura Professor of Finance, MIT Sloan School of Management; Robert C. Merton, Ph.D. '70, MIT Sloa...
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11/12/2009 5:00 PM 66"110David Thorburn, MIT Professor of LiteratureMacVicar Faculty Fellow; Douglas McLennan, Editor, ArtsJournal.com; Bill Marx, Editor, ArtsFuse.comDescription: Celebrity culture and the brutal economics of print jou...
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03/19/2009 E51"395Marshall Ganz, Lecturer in Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School of GovernmentDescription: The Obama campaign owes its victory not to a single charismatic candidate, but to the efforts of a disciplined and motivated org...
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09/18/2000 7:00 PM KresgeFranco Modigliani, 1985 Nobel Laureate in Economics; Paul A. Samuelson, 1970 Nobel Laureate in Economics; Robert M. Solow, MIT Institute Professor, Emeritus 1987 Nobel Laureate in EconomicsHost(s): Office of t...
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02/23/2006 5:30 PM BartosRobert Pinsky, Professor of English, Boston University; Former U.S. Poet LaureateDescription: There's much to please the literate listener in this feast of spoken (and sung) words. First, Robert Pinsky and hi...
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MIT Symphony Orchestra (MITSO) David Epstein, conductor John Buttrick, Robert Freeman, pianos Recorded live at Kresge Auditorium, May 10, 1969 CD available at the Lewis Music Library Jump to: I. Allegro Jump to: II. Andante Jump to:...
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