Netia McCray (MITES '07) is the founder of Mbadika, a Boston-area nonprofit that helps kids get the technology skills they need to succeed. Read the full article on Business Insider.
MITES alumnus Eric Smalls and his startup, MANNA Robotics, were recently featured in Forbes Magazine for his interest in merging cryptocurrency and robots. Read the full article online on Forbes....
The first class of the "MIT and Slavery" research project took place in Fall 2017. Kelvin Green II (MITES '16) participated in the course and was featured in their revelatory intro video.
MITES alumnus Joshua Woodard was awarded a 2018 Schwarzman Scholarship to engage in a year of postgraduate leadership studies at Beijing’s Tshingua University. Read the full article on MIT News....
Kaylee de Soto (MITES '16) arrived at MIT with new perspective on plasma science and a passion for finding new ways to make science education fun. Read the full article on MIT News.
Louis Fouché (MITES '02, MIT '07, and creator of the MOSTEC Program) now plays the saxophone on The Late Show. Read the full article on MIT Technology Review.
Joshua Charles Woodard (MITES '13) takes "exposure" to a new level through STEM outreach, world travel, and photography, and is now a 2018 Schwarzman Scholar! Read the full article on MIT News.
MITES '12 alumnus, Olorunsola “Jerry” Akinsulire, is helping to create and run a new fabrication lab at MIT for the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering. Read the full article on MIT News...
MIT senior Bettina Arkhurst (MITES '13), founder of Random Acts of Kindness Week, is making a better world at MIT.
Read the full article on MIT News.