Professor Carlo: big data and health predictions

DUSP professor Carlo Ratti was featured on the MIT News "3 Questions" series, talking about big data and health predictions.  

Professor Rajagopal Speaks at "Globalizing Ferguson" Conference

On April 6, 2015, the Human Rights Program at Harvard Law School convened a conference on "  "Globalizing Ferguson: Racialized Policing and International Resistance."  

MIT CITE Program Launches New Website

Promoting Collaboration, Conversation

The Comprehensive Initiative on Technology Evaluation (CITE) at MIT has just launched a new website, designed to facilitate learning, sharing, and action through conversation and collaboration. CITE’s new online home features a monthly discussion forum, a growing report library, and plenty of opportunities to get involved in CITE’s evaluation work.

Student Research: Upgrading from Below in the Federal District, Mexico

For her master's thesis, Claire Evans (MCP 2015) researched the "Right to the City" in Mexico's Federal District,   In 2010, then-Mayor Marcelo Ebrard of Mexico’s Distrito Federal (DF) signed the Mexico City Charter for the Right to the City. Echoing a global movement by activists, academics, citizens, and government officials, a consortium of municipal activist organizations had written the charter over a three-year participatory process.

$10M to transform teaching in the digital age

DUSP professor Eric Klopfer the director of the Scheller Teacher Education Program, MIT Office of Digital Learning (ODL) and the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, announced a new collaboration aimed at supporting teachers in their efforts to use emerging digital learning tools and environments, especially in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

3 Questions: Amy Glasmeier on the living wage

A new "3 Questions" article on the MIT News asks DUSP Professor Amy Glasmeier about her Living Wage Calculator:

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