Prof. Bawendi Recalls Life as a Student, Gives Advice to Frosh
<i>This is the last interview in a five-part series introducing incoming students to some of MIT’s faculty, staff, and student leaders. Today, </i>The Tech<i> features an interview with Moungi G. Bawendi, a professor in the Department of Chemistry who teaches 5.112 (Principles of Chemical Science), among other courses. Bawendi discusses his background and research, and his experience advising students.</i>
Fraternities, Sororities Kick-Off Recruitment Greek Griller Saturday
MIT’s week-long period of Greek recruitment commences tomorrow as potential new members begin exploring MIT’s twenty-seven fraternities and six sororities to try for a fit.
50 Years Ago, Smoot Made a Lasting Mark on Cambridge
After decades of cheering pedestrians during the long trek across the Harvard Bridge, the Smoot marks turn fifty tomorrow, and MIT students and alumni are gearing up to celebrate a tradition that spans generations with a shoreline cleanup, a concert by famed oldies group “The Platters,” and a 1950s-themed party.
Dean for Graduate Education Steven Lerman ’72 Shares Thoughts on MIT
<i>This is the first interview in a five-part series introducing incoming students to some of MIT’s faculty, staff, and student leaders.</i><i> Today, The Tech interviews Steven R. Lerman ’72, Dean for Graduate Education, who offers advice for incoming students, discusses his work with graduate students, and shares his memories of being an undergraduate at MIT.</i>