MIT economist awarded Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences
Angrist’s work deals with interpreting the data from these natural experiments. The Prize citation emphasizes the influence of a 1994 paper that Angrist and Imbens co-wrote.
EAPS department annual Carlson Lecture canceled over speaker Dorian Abbot’s comments on DEI
EAPS Department Head Robert van der Hilst canceled the department’s annual John Carlson Lecture due to controversy surrounding the invited speaker, Professor Dorian Abbot of the University of Chicago, and his views on DEI efforts within academia.
Class of 2023 Ring Delivery held Oct. 10 at Moakley Courthouse
Kwame Connell ’23 said in an interview with The Tech that the event was “a lot of fun” and served as “a good marker” of the halfway point of his time at MIT.
Summer weather persists in the heat of midterms
It’s a great time to soak up some last rays before some cooler systems move into New England, and to enjoy the seasonal contrast between the warm summers and freezing winters here in Cambridge.
Chancellor welcome, half-term finals, flu vaccines
A welcome celebration for Chancellor Melissa Nobles will take place at North Corridor from 4 p.m.–5 p.m. Oct. 14.