|"A Survey of New England: A Concentration of Talent"||— , while a master's degree student at MIT, developed the digital circuit design theory which paved the way for modern computers|
|Campus [ ] MIT's Building 10 and Great Dome overlooking Killian Court MIT's 166-acre 67||One week later, Collier's memorial service was attended by more than 10,000 people, in a ceremony hosted by the MIT community with thousands of police officers from the New England region and Canada|
It pioneered the way for HCI.
|The military-industrial complex at MITand Stanford; , pp||MIT maintains substantial research and faculty ties with independent research organizations in the Boston area, such as the , the , and the|
|Officer of the Registrar, MIT||The student body, faculty, and administration remained comparatively unpolarized during what was a tumultuous time for many other universities|
MIT students refer to both their majors and classes using numbers or acronyms alone.
|"Ship Test Tank for M||Unsourced material may be challenged and removed|
|MIT Bootcamps [ ] MIT Bootcamps are intense week-long innovation and leadership programs that challenge participants to develop a venture in a week||At a critical time in the late 1960s, stood up to the forces of campus rebellion at MIT|
MIT alumni have prominent institutions of higher education, including the system, , the , , , , , , , the , , , , , , , , , and.9