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Third annual video competition

Enter the Third Annual Course 1 Video Competition and present an original video that answers the question, “Big Engineering can be defined in many ways; one being small scale change with big impact. How does YOUR […]

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Getting Published panel shares insights

With significant changes in the publishing landscape, an open discussion on finding the right outlet to publish scientific work is critical to better connect students, postdocs and faculty with scientists and publishers. On Nov. 30, the […]

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Students enjoy grilled cheese study break

On Dec. 15, students took a well-deserved grilled cheese and tomato soup study break, during which Department Head Markus Buehler, Professor Admir Masic and the CEE headquarters team prepared sandwiches hot off the griddle and tomato […]

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Apply to the MIT Water Innovation Prize

Develop and pitch your technology, product, or service aimed at solving a water-related problem to the 2016 MIT Water Innovation Prize for the chance to win $30,000 worth of innovation grants. The short statement of intent […]

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Big Design Mini-Conference

On Dec. 2 from 1-3 pm in 1-050, join us for the opportunity to see how the student experiences in subject 1.101 (Introduction to Civil and Environmental Engineering Design) translate to real world problems and solutions. […]

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Course 1 mini-UROP Lightening Presentations

On Dec. 3, mentors seeking freshmen mentees for the Course 1 mini-UROP (1.097, 6 units) will pitch their individual research through lightening presentations from 4:30-6 pm in 56-154. In this year’s mini-UROP, taking place during IAP, […]

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