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Joint Program News
A variety of recent events highlighted efforts by faculty, staff, and students to make a difference today (MIT Office of the Vice President for Research)
One of MIT’s five Climate Grand Challenges flagship projects involving significant Joint Program contributions, the Jameel Observatory-CREWSnet project will pilot in Bangladesh and Sudan to help communities adapt to the impacts of climate change (MIT Office of the Vice President for Research...
In her inaugural address, President Sally Kornbluth urges the MIT community to tackle pressing challenges, especially climate change, with renewed urgency
Article cites World Bank Country Climate and Development Report to which MIT Joint Program Research Scientist Kenneth Strzepek contributed (New...