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)
(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.
OTHER COURSES OFFERED AT MIT:
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
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
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