Image courtesy of Spectrum Magazine.

MIT Spectrvm: The Arts at MIT Feature Issue Spring 2013

“Today, unprecedented numbers of incoming students—80 percent—arrive at MIT with deep experience in the arts, especially in music. In that context, the arts have never been more integral to the life of MIT nor more deserving of our focus and attention.” — Rafael Reif, President of MIT

Spring 2013

White Paper, 2011.

White Paper

The arts have been a core component of the educational mission of MIT and will play an even more significant role in the future. Research at the intersections of art, science and engineering — where MIT has a competitive advantage — will determine the artistic and performative languages of the 21st century. MIT faces a strategic decision about investment in the arts and should seize the opportunity to support the creative energy that sustains the Institute’s leadership in innovation.

June 2011

Report to the President

Philip S. Khoury, Associate Provost and Ford International Professor of History, submits an annual Report to the President summarizing arts activities during the previous academic year.

2014-15

Report to the President

Philip S. Khoury, Associate Provost and Ford International Professor of History, submits an annual Report to the President summarizing arts activities during the previous academic year.

2013-14

Report to the President

Philip S. Khoury, Associate Provost and Ford International Professor of History, submits an annual Report to the President summarizing arts activities during the previous academic year.

2012-13

Report to the President

Philip S. Khoury, Associate Provost and Ford International Professor of History, submits an annual Report to the President summarizing arts activities during the previous academic year.

2011-12

Report to the President

Philip S. Khoury, Associate Provost and Ford International Professor of History, submits an annual Report to the President summarizing arts activities during the previous academic year.

2010-11

MIT's Accreditation Report on the Arts

MIT was founded in 1861, and is re-accredited every 10 years by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). This is the last self-study accreditation report. Access to the document requires MIT certificates.

2009