DUE News - 2010

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  • This year, the Terrascope program offered a unique challenge to a group of more than 50 freshmen in Mission 2013, or 12.000. Their task, which was to propose a global solution to the rapid rise in atmospheric carbon dioxide using Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS), was by no means an easy one. In the past, Terrascope has asked freshmen to study a variety of complex problems including the destruction of the Amazon rain forest, reconstruction of post-Katrina New Orleans, collapse of the global fishery, and the lack of fresh water in western North America.

  • ESG Students at Ed Tech FairOn October 14, the Office of Educational Innovation and Technology, the Teaching and Learning Laboratory, and the Office of Faculty Support co-hosted the MIT Ed Tech Fair 2009: Innovation, Transformation and Excellence in Learning. The four-hour passion-filled event enjoyed a huge turnout, with a lively panel discussion featuring four MIT professors doing pioneering work in visualization and simulation, the student winners of the iCampus prize demonstrating their winning projects and over 25 presenters and exhibitors.

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