There are currently 59 projects in South America, sorted alphabetically
The LLARC supports the use of educational technology in the teaching and learning of foreign languages at MIT. In particular we assist all foreign language instructors in the design and…more
Alice H. Amsden has worked and continues to work on economic development in the third world. She is especially interested in the role of institutions: the market, the government, and locally…more
Facilitating a “true transfer of technology” by enabling people and organizations in the developing world to design and create their own technological tools and solutions to community…more
The Magellan Project is a collaboration between the Observatories of the Carnegie Institution of Washington (OCIW), University of Arizona, Harvard University, University of Michigan, and…more
The Marketplace of Ideas is exploring the use of digital tools for the understanding and enhancing of community social capital. Our approach considers three interrelated layers of the “social…more
MISTI connects MIT students and faculty with research and innovation around the world. MIT's largest international program, MISTI is a pioneer in applied international studies.
The MITUPV Exchange, begun in Fall 2000, is an online multimedia interchange between students taking Spanish at MIT (21f.703 Spanish III) and their counterparts at the UPV (Universidad…more
Under the supervision of Professor Fred Frey this facility has gradually devleoped since the mid-1970’s and the most recent incremental upgrade was in 1990. Since 1980, the immediate laboratory…more
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The Careers office coordinates on-campus recruiting visits by approximately 400 employers annually, some of which have international internship and (more often) permanent job opportunities in…more
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