School of Information Sciences Undergrad MASTER CALENDAR

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The iSchool offers a number of events related to career and professional development, technology and information talks, research seminars, field trips, alumni panels, socials, and more. We also promote relevant opportunities on and around campus. 

We encourage students to also visit additional calendars and websites:

HandShake EventsResearch ParkNCSATechnology Entrepreneur Center (TEC),

The Career Center, Office of Undergraduate Research, Leadership Center, Siebel Center for Design,

Office of Technology Management, Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning,

Applied Technologies for Learning in the Arts & Sciences.

National & International Scholar's Programs, Student Wellness

iSchool Calendars: Study Abroad Hours, iSchool Events, Non-iSchool Events

BSIS ICT Sessions, Express Advising

Technology and Policy Program at MIT: Informational Webinar #1, 09/29/20 @ 10 AM (EDT)

Event Type
MIT Technology and Policy Program
wifi event
Sep 29, 2020   9:00 - 10:00 am  
Originating Calendar
Non-iSchool Undergrad Events Calendar

Technology and Policy Program (TPP) is a research based two year master's program that is housed within the Institute for Data, Systems, and Society (IDSS) at MIT. The degree granted is a Masters of Science in Technology and Policy. TPP is looking for people from a wide variety of technical fields, science, engineering, data science/analytics and economics. In addition to coursework such as policy, political economy, economics and quantitative methods, TPP students conduct research in labs and research centers for faculty members. For this work, known as a research assistant ship or RA, students will have their tuition paid by their lab and they receive a monthly stipend. The research conducted in these labs forms the basis of the thesis that will explore an issue at the junction of their field and its evolving policy. TPP admits students for the fall only, and applications are due by December 15th. Please note that the GRE is NOT required for the 2020-2021 admissions cycle.

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