Maihaugan Gallery exhibit examines Chinese students at MIT
An exhibit in the Maihaugen Gallery in 2016 documented MIT’s move from Boston to Cambridge in 1916
Explore MIT’s history through these online exhibits.
Created to celebrate MIT’s 150th anniversary in 2011, 150 Years in the Stacks is a look at MIT through the prism of its library collections.
Guide to books, movies, TV shows, and music with an MIT connection in the MIT Libraries.
Visit Fun MIT History to try your hand at early MIT entrance exams, listen to MIT music, and more!
Looking for some useful sources on the history of MIT? We’ve compiled a bibliography to get you started in your research.
Schools, Departments, and Courses School of Architecture and Planning School of Engineering School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences School of Science More… Laboratories, Centers, and Programs Laboratory for Computer Science Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems Servomechanisms Laboratory More… Open Access Sources edX About DSpace at MIT More…
Just getting started? Try the short list of sources about MIT’s history. Want to know more about MIT’s history? Explore the detailed bibliography, or select the category for the topic you’re interested in: History (General) History (Departments/Programs) MIT Presidents MIT Culture MIT Spaces Reports and Proceedings Diversity MIT and World Wars I and II Oral […]
Please contact the staff of the Department of Distinctive Collections at firstname.lastname@example.org to update or correct information. School of Architecture and Planning Department of Architecture Department of Urban Studies and Planning Department of Urban Studies and Planning. Special Program for Urban and Regional Studies of Developing Areas Media Arts and Sciences (Media Lab) School of […]