Wellness week continues through Friday with more food and fun! Check ua.mit.edu for a full schedule of the events of the week, including an upcoming free yoga class, free health screens, midnight study break, dinner discussion with MIT’s drug and addiction specialist, and more.
MIT Assistant Professor of Literature Stephanie Ann Frampton has won the Rome Prize. The prize, given by the American Academy in Rome, will fund Frampton to work at the academy for 11 months and do research in the fine arts and humanities. Her research concerns early Roman writing and the first uses of the Latin alphabet.
Sal Khan ’98 is coming to MIT on May 8. The founder of Khan Academy will have a talk/interview in Kresge at 3 p.m. The event is sponsored by StartLabs, and more information about the event can be found at startlabs.org.
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