The MIT campus is an amalgam of iconoclasts working in and collaborating across a vast spectrum of disciplines—from biogenetics to architecture to engineering to opera and just about everything in between. What these pioneers have in common is a commitment to drive meaningful change in the world.
You can meet many of these extraordinary individuals through MIT’s Infinite History. Listen to their stories and learn what it means to be a member of this community. These interviews are part of an oral history project that began during MIT’s 150th anniversary celebration.
Please visit the MIT Infinite History website to view these and new interviews that were recently completed in connection with MIT’s celebration of it’s move to the Cambridge campus.
Much has been written about the MIT gestalt. But to really understand this quirky, collaborative, dynamic meritocracy, you have to listen to the students, faculty, alumni, and community leaders who give it its distinctive character. The MIT Infinite History website pulls together conversations, discussions, interviews, and archival footage that will enrich your knowledge of this frontier called MIT.