- Innovation at Work: Chris Knittel
- Alumni Profiles
Jackson W. Goss Fellowship Program Created at The Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship
A $5 million gift from the Anne Goss Foundation has enabled the creation of the Jackson W. Goss Fellowship, which will provide educational and financial support for promising student entrepreneurs to pursue their business ideas full-time on campus.
The Good Jobs Strategy: A Q&A with MIT Sloan’s Zeynep Ton
In The Good Jobs Strategy: How the Smartest Companies Invest in Employees to Lower Costs and Boost Profits, professor Zeynep Ton delves into more than a decade of research about retail and service companies.
The Insider Perspective: Six Decades at MIT Sloan
Perspectives from alumnus and long-time faculty member Edward Roberts, SB ’57, SM ’57, SM ’60, PhD ’62
New Alumni Board Aims to Improve Alumni Engagement
The MIT Sloan Alumni Board is a new volunteer opportunity dedicated to enhancing and expanding the MIT Sloan alumni network through engagement and philanthropic giving.
Dean’s Innovative Leader Series
During the 2013–14 academic year, Dean David Schmittlein welcomed to campus six industry leaders from a variety of fields and backgrounds to share their career paths with MIT Sloan students.
Learning on the Road: Alumni Conferences 2014
Alumni came together around the world to discuss faculty research, share industry insights, and contribute to the mission of MIT Sloan to improve the world.
2014 Class Gift: Q&A with the Committee Co-Chairs
Graduating students across MIT Sloan programs provide important and lasting support in the form of the Student Class Gift.
Defining Property Rights in Kenya
In 2012, professor Tavneet Suri led a team of researchers in Kibera—Africa’s largest slum located in Kenya’s capital city of Nairobi—to study how rents are set and how home improvements are made.
Course XV Centennial Celebration
This academic year, MIT Sloan recognized a milestone 100 years of management education at MIT through a series of events.