Population growth, climate change, urbanization, and development are bringing unprecedented challenges to meeting the world’s diverse needs for water and food. The Abdul Latif Jameel Water and Food Systems Lab, J-WAFS, was established in the fall of 2014 as an Institute-wide effort to bring MIT’s unique strengths to bear on these problems.
For more than 40 years, the MIT CTL has been a world leader in supply chain management, logistics, and transportation education and research
CITE is developing a rigorous methodology for evaluating technological solutions to challenges in the developing world to help donors and policy-makers identify and invest in the best solutions.
These fellowships offer one year of support to social entrepreneurs bringing hardware-based, poverty-alleviating products and services to market at scale.
Through D-Lab Study Abroad, students can spend a semester living, working, and learning in a developing country.
DRAN brings together activists, academics and policy makers to study the increasing incidence of internal displacement around the world due to development, conflict or climate disaster.
The Distinguished Fellowships Office gives MIT students with a strong GPA funding for graduate school or independent research. The office works only with currently enrolled or alumni MIT students applying for competitive national and international awards.
More than 100 physicists from over 20 labs and universities from around the world are working to realize a powerful new facility in the US with the aim of studying the particles gluons.
These fellowships support budding entrepreneurs around the world to attend the annual MIT Global Startup Workshop, where they can share ideas, build networks, and learn from leading entrepreneurs.
Welcome to the MIT web portal on water and sanitation projects in developing countries. The environmental water quality track students, staff, and faculty have been working on issues of water and sanitation in developing countries.
MIT ILP is dedicated to creating and strengthening mutually beneficial relationships between MIT and corporations worldwide.
Undergraduate students can conduct faculty-mentored research in an international setting with support from the International Research Opportunities Program (IROP).
These fellowships support MIT undergraduates for travel to deepen their understanding of a field in the humanities, arts, and social sciences, or to contribute to a humanitarian project.
The Learning International Networks Consortium (LINC) is an MIT-managed international initiative that began in 2001 and is operated by a growing team of MIT faculty, student and staff volunteers.