The newly created PBS endowment represents an essential step toward our long-term goal of guaranteeing the financial security and operational stability of PBS and its member stations.
The "rules" of urban development are shifting dramatically. To address this paradigm shift, MIT has created the Center for Advanced Urbanism (CAU) to rethink urbanism and start anew.
Since 1861, MIT has operated with the same purpose: to advance knowledge and educate students in science, technology, and other areas of scholarship that will best serve the nation and the world.
This program creates an opportunity for veterans to pursue their education goals by providing a financial incentive for them to attend MIT Sloan, consistently one of the top schools of management.
Understanding and predicting global climate change is arguably the most complex scientific challenge ever faced by mankind. To address this issue, MIT's School of Science launched the Lorenz Center.
We have created a dynamic new model for creative experimentation among the fields of art, science, technology, and engineering--combining once separate realms of inquiry in entirely new ways.
MIT D-Lab is building a global network of university-based and local innovators to design and disseminate technologies that meaningfully improve the lives of people living in poverty.
PBS mission is to create content that educates, inspires and informs. We are America's largest classroom, the nation's largest stage for the arts, and a trusted window to the world.
Our vision is to build a movement of Christians dedicated to advancing the God-given dignity, equality, and leadership abilities of women and girls worldwide.
Since 2006, Sojourners has called for an end to divisive and fear-driven anti-immigrant rhetoric while building support among Christians for comprehensive immigration reform.