The admissions office’s research reportedly found that standardized testing “significantly” improved the office’s ability to predict academic success at MIT, even when controlling for socioeconomic factors that correlate with testing.
Dogan said that while AAI has “certain timelines in mind” for some recommendations, they “understand change, especially around course offering and hiring, takes time.”
Campus Preview Weekend is in-person from April 7-11.
Reaching this point has taken a lot of hard work, and MIT’s administrators haven’t made it easy.
A vote no is not a vote against unionization in general but merely against our unionizing with UE.
We still do not have enough culturally competent mental health professionals, representation within faculty, staff, and senior-level administration, or a physical community space.
Before our contract, student workers often knew little of what was expected of them, even regarding their basic hours and responsibilities.