For Students

MIT Classes for Fall 2014:

  • Principles of Awareness | Instructors: Joi Ito (Director, MIT Media Lab) and Tenzin Priyadarshi (Director, Dalai Lama Center at MIT)
  • Tools for Wellbeing | Instructors: Rosalind Picard, Pattie Maes, Kevin Slavin

Classes for Spring 2014

Public Service Fellowship 
Davis Projects for Peace ($10,000 fellowship for an MIT undergraduate student; Due February 2, 2015 at 12noon)

 Statement on Responsible and Ethical Conduct at MIT

(MIT Students Only)

MIT LeaderShape is an intensive six-day leadership development experience that takes place over IAP. Participants will be asked to wrestle with such challenging topics as professional ethics, dealing with uncertainty, working within a diverse community while developing skills in areas of problem solving and interpersonal communication. Over the course of the program students will develop a community among their peers, facilitated by MIT faculty & staff cluster leaders and student veterans of the program. LeaderShape takes place at an off-campus retreat site in southern Massachusetts, allowing students the opportunity to fully engage in the leadership experience.



In related fields through various departments.

MIT LEAD and other leadership programs through Division of Student Life
Think. Apply. Impact: Ethics as Optimization
STS.085 Ethics and the Law on the Electronic Frontier
24.231 Ethics
15.269 Literature, Ethics, and Authority
15.270 Ethical Practice: Professionalism, Social Responsibility, and the Purpose of the Corporation
17.391J Human Rights in Theory and Practice
21L.450 The Ethics of Leadership
HST.590 Biomedical Engineering Seminar Series
STS.006J Bioethics


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