Education


MIT is fundamentally a center of learning, and education is a pillar of the Energy Initiative.

From freshmen pre-orientation to the Energy Studies Minor to graduate fellowships, we engage students at every level. Our students:

Access the MIT Libraries Energy Resource guide

The Institute’s “mens et manus” philosophy (mind and hand) guides the content of and approaches to teaching and learning energy at MIT.

News

Undergraduate energy education at five years

Undergraduate energy education at five years

MIT undergraduates are “converting” to energy.

December 15, 2014Read more
Two MIT seniors and an alumnus named Rhodes Scholars

Two MIT seniors and an alumnus named Rhodes Scholars

Elliot Akama-Garren ’15, Anisha Gururaj ’15, and Noam Angrist ’13 are among 32 winners nationwide.

November 25, 2014Read more
Department of Chemical Engineering establishes new professorship

Department of Chemical Engineering establishes new professorship

Bernhardt Trout becomes first Raymond F. Baddour (1949) Professor of Chemical Engineering.

October 16, 2014Read more

Events

IAP-Inertial Confinement Fusion Tour

IAP-How to Design Electric Vehicles (EVs)

IAP-Research Funder Open Access Requirements from DOE and Other Federal Agencies