What does the future of work look like? Can financial engineering cure cancer? What tools will make the companies of the future successful? If sea levels rise, how will we cope? These are just a few of the questions MIT’s School of Management seeks to answer through the MIT Campaign for a Better World.

MIT Sloan’s approach to management is different–it is about ideas made to matter, rigorous research, and improving the world through action. Now, as the Institute and MIT Sloan launch our most comprehensive capital campaign to date, we ask you to consider how you want to change the world, what minds you want to see working on the world’s toughest challenges, and how you will make a difference. Because for the entire MIT Sloan community, a Better World is Our Business.

Campaign Priorities

MIT Sloan‘s campaign priorities build on the strengths of our faculty and respond to the needs of our global community. With each new innovation, new insight, or new application, we are reminded of MIT‘s foundational principle—Mens et Manus—Mind and Hand. Research drives toward impact. Curricular activity to action. Insight to shared knowledge.

Teaching, Learning, and Living
Transforming approaches to education to expand MIT Sloan's global impact.
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Inquiry & Discovery
Changing the world through rigorous, thoughtful research.
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Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Building MIT’s legacy of innovation and entrepreneurship for the next century.
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Health of the Planet
Creating a sustainable future for us all.
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Human Health
Advancing the health of humanity through systemic change.
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MIT Sloan Core
Ensuring our faculty and students have the resources they need now and in the future.
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Donor Profiles

Meet some of the people who are building a Better World through their philanthropic support of the MIT Campaign

Samuel & Alexandra Epee-Bounya
Samuel & Alexandra Epee-Bounya
“We hope that our fund can help generations of students fulfill their own dreams.”
Jean-Jacques Degroof
Jean-Jacques Degroof
"We need to teach people how to collaborate and to find workable solutions to live together."
Eivind Lange & Mary Puma
Eivind Lange & Mary Puma
“We are so glad to have the chance to give back, especially since Sloan graduates are setting a course for the future.”