MIT Sloan COVID-19 Response
Every day, the COVID-19 pandemic issues new challenges that require the nations of the world to adapt. The MIT Sloan community has been, and will continue to be, at the forefront of this process—with faculty offering their expert analysis and advice to global leaders, and alumni leading by example in their efforts to curb the rising human and economic costs. MIT is tracking the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation daily, offering ongoing updates and guidance. For the latest information from the Institute, visit MIT's COVID-19 Response website.
How You Can Help
Support Immediate Needs and Emerging Opportunities
Gifts provide MIT Sloan with funding to respond to immediate needs and emerging opportunities as they arise. In this time of global pandemic, this includes funding to respond to student and faculty needs as they relate to the COVID-19 crisis, including our emergency response to support students’ continued learning with necessary technology and curricular enhancements; increased activities to address issues related to students securing internships and jobs; support for faculty who are conducting COVID-19 related work.
Help Current Students Secure Career Opportunities
The Office of External Relations is partnering with MIT Sloan’s Career Development Office to help facilitate connections between students and alumni. You can help by posting open job and internship opportunities at your company, volunteering to coach a student interested in your industry, hosting a virtual coffee chat, or serving as an ambassador for candidates from MIT Sloan.
Engage with the MIT Sloan Community
From leading projects to increase COVID-19 testing and refocusing manufacturing on the production of essential medical equipment, to donating personal protective equipment and supporting local communities, MIT Sloan alumni all over the world are stepping up to help one another and the people around them. Share your #SloanieStory with us and stay connected via email and social media.
MIT-Hosted webinar on COVID-19
MIT hosted webinar on improving COVID-19 responses with Professor Simon Johnson and Professor Retsef Levi. Recorded on March 13, 2020.
A Coronavirus Briefing with MIT
The MIT Industrial Liaison Program hosted a webinar featuring Professor Yossi Sheffi, Professor Alex Pentland, and Professor Andrew Lo, discussing the impact of the coronavirus across business units. Recorded on March 16, 2020.
Managing COVID-19 High-Risk Population Clusters
Professor Retsef Levi introduces a new toolkit to help predict and stave off collapses of healthcare systems from COVID-19. The toolkit from this MIT-based COVID Alliance will allow for a detailed predictive risk assessment at the county and ZIP Code region. Recorded on March 23, 2020.
Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship Antifragile Entrepreneurship Speaker Series
This speaker series from the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship focuses on very practical lessons from world experts, building off each other in a methodical fashion. We are extremely confident that by participating in this series you will make yourself more antifragile.
Dealing with Coronavirus: An Industry Perspective
A public lecture and fireside chat with Professor Andrew Lo and Stéphane Bancel, CEO of Moderna, the company which produced a batch of COVID-19 vaccines ready for clinical trials - from sequence identification through vaccine design and manufacturing to the first patient tested - in just 63 days.
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