MIT Physics Demos: Conservation of Angular Momentum

MIT+K12 Videos is an educational outreach media program in the Office of Digital Learning. We produce original digital media and live programming that seeks to spark curiosity and a love of learning among middle-high school students, open the door to the science / technology / engineering / math (STEM) world, and promote STEM-literacy among the general public.

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Hope Regenerated: A Life-Saving Discovery at MIT MechE

A “failed experiment” became a life-saving discovery by MIT Professor Ioannis V. Yannas and his colleague Dr. John Burke when their search for a better way to treat severe burn victims led to the discovery of organ regeneration — thought impossible by the scientific and medical communities at the time — as well as a brand new field of medicine.

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Practice Makes Perfect

Undergraduate Practice Opportunities Program (UPOP) has earned a reputation among students as a success accelerator. This yearlong professional development program gives students a soup-to-nuts orientation to the working world and helps them to find summer internships to further practice and develop their skills.

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Momentum 2016

Momentum is a course offered to freshmen and sophomore students during MIT’s Independent Activities Period (IAP). It is designed to prepare students for a future in the fields of science and engineering. Students are placed in groups and are challenged to use an engineering approach to solve a problem faced by the world today. Throughout the course, and along with other workshops, the students receive assistance in resume building, oral presentations, interviewing, and participate in a networking event with industry representatives.

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Increase of 10.4 Percent in Financial Aid Will Benefit a Wide Range of MIT Families

Published in MIT News on March 4, 2016

Substantial rise will benefit students and families across the economic spectrum.

MIT will substantially increase its financial aid expenditures for the coming year, taking steps that will benefit students and families across the economic spectrum.

The changes — which will result in more generous MIT scholarships for nearly all students who receive financial aid — will drive a 10.4 percent increase in the Institute’s undergraduate financial aid budget for 2016-17, to $114.2 million.

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