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Director, Technology Licensing Office (TLO) Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Cambridge, Massachusetts

Director, Technology Licensing Office (TLO) Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Cambridge, Massachusetts

Cambridge, Massachusetts THE SEARCH The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), a world-class, independent, privately endowed educational and research institution, seeks an accomplished and visionary leader to serve as the next Director of the Technology Licensing Office (TLO). The Director will support MIT’s mission to advance knowledge and educate students in science, technology, and other areas of scholarship that will best serve the nation and the world in the 21st century. Teaching and research—with relevance to the practical world as a guiding principle—continue to be the primary purpose at MIT, and are supported and advanced by approximately 1,030 faculty members in five schools. MIT’s annual on-campus research expenditures typically exceed $650 million, and it has deep partnerships with industry and with international, multi-disciplinary research consortia. For more than 150 years, the Institute has married teaching with research—and produced an unending stream of advancements, many of them world- changing.
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David Singer, EdD Massachusetts Institute of Technology

David Singer, EdD Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Teachers teach in different ways. Over several semesters we evaluated the teaching styles of fourteen professors at MIT. We wanted to observe a representative sample of categories that might describe different styles of teaching. For instance, some professors are almost pure lecturers. Others spend a significant amount of class time answering students’ questions or asking questions. Some professors emphasize new material not available in the textbooks the students buy. Others emphasize review type teaching. Some use many slides and other media sources. Others do not. In addition, the basis for grading a student can vary widely among professors (Singer, D.A., Schneider, G, Microsoft, iCampus Report, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, 2006).
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MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY THE MIT KERBEROS CONSORTIUM

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY THE MIT KERBEROS CONSORTIUM

9. USE OF NAMES. Member shall not use the name of “Massachusetts Institute of Technology,” or any variation, adaptation or abbreviation thereof, or that of any of its trustees, officers, or agents, or any trademark owned by MIT without MIT’s written permission. The MIT Technology Licensing Office has sole authority to grant in writing to the Member any approved use of the MIT name, logo, insignia or trademark or the names of any of MIT’s trustees, officers, faculty, students, employees, or agents in any press or media announcement.
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MIT Facts Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 77 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, Massachusetts web.mit.

MIT Facts Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 77 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, Massachusetts web.mit.

The MIT List Visual Arts Center is the contempo- rary art museum at the Institute. Its core mission is to exhibit, collect, and commission visual arts for MIT. The List presents six to eight exhibitions annually in conjunction with a broad range of education programs free to both the MIT commu- nity and the general public. It also maintains and adds to MIT’s permanent collection of more than 3,500 artworks that includes over 60 public sculptures and hundreds of paintings, prints, photographs, and drawings located throughout MIT’s campus. The List Center commissions new works for the MIT Public Art Collection through the MIT Percent-for-Art Program, and oversees the Student Lending Art Program that allows MIT students to annually borrow original works of art from the collection to hang in their living spaces.
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MIT ENERGY INITIATIVE MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SPRING

MIT ENERGY INITIATIVE MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SPRING

MITEI looks forward to joining our colleagues on campus in what will be the “new normal” in the coming academic year. The Institute continues to prioritize climate action, empowering our researchers to think collaboratively and strategically about where we need to make more ambitious efforts to move the needle on climate change. In March, MITEI co-hosted an engagement forum that gave the MIT community an opportunity to learn about and offer thoughts on the benefits and challenges of working with organizations outside of the Institute (page 44). As MIT Vice President for Research Maria T. Zuber said in her remarks, “MIT can’t solve climate change alone.” This event, which highlighted the benefits of these research collaborations, was part of a multiyear process informing the next phase of MIT’s climate action plan, which is being announced this spring.
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BYLAWS of THE ASSOCIATION of ALUMNI and ALUMNAE of the MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE of TECHNOLOGY

BYLAWS of THE ASSOCIATION of ALUMNI and ALUMNAE of the MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE of TECHNOLOGY

Section 4. Sole Solicitation. The solicitation and collection of MIT annual giving shall be the only general solicitation of funds from alumni/ae on an annual basis and shall be conducted as prescribed in these Bylaws. Section 5. Institute Funds. Contributions made through MIT annual giving are contributions to the Institute to be handled at the Institute’s discretion subject to donor designation.

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MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

 Statement of fiscal responsibility (i.e. agreement to cover Service Center deficit) Cost Analysis will approve the establishment of a new cost collector, provide advice and assistan[r]

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Over the coming term, in addition to designing and building robot hardware, you will develop software to process input from your robot’s sensors (e.g. camera and sonar) and generate outp[r]

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MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

With supervisory styles of collaboration, domination, and delegation, influence is exerted and leadership occurs regarding the matter of organizational.. relevance.[r]

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Cyber-IR Domain, defined as the intersection of international relations and cyberspace and consists of the key layers of the Internet and the levels of analysis in international relati[r]

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MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

The third equilibrium condition is that the negligent firms are selecting a level of care which will minimize their expected unit costs, given that they will be held liable whenever they[r]

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LIBRARY OF THE MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

LIBRARY OF THE MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

The diagonal of a square matrix form of double entry can be used to record account balances by the introduction of a sign convention to distinguish between debit and credit balances. The[r]

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LIBRARY OF THE MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

LIBRARY OF THE MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

the industry as a whole, (v) the underwriting behavior of direct writers is shown to be consistent with profit maximizing behavior of a group of low cost firms, insulated from entry, and[r]

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2021 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

2021 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

The 2:15- to 8-hour Echo Tops forecast dataset is a NetCDF-4 file containing two data variables,.. “echoTops” and “echoTops_FLAGS”[r]

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LIBRARY OF THE MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

LIBRARY OF THE MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

By analogy with the nominal bond as hedge security against changes in the real exercise price of an option with specified nominal exercise. price, one can talk imprecisely of the America[r]

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LIBRARY OF THE MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

LIBRARY OF THE MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

Cl • NH3 All these formulae, however, are incorrect, since according to them no valencies remain for the ammonia molecules in the triacido-compounds, for example [CoNH33N023], if all thr[r]

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LIBRARY OF THE MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

LIBRARY OF THE MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

This procedure gave us the portfolio returns for March of 1931 to February of 1932. The whole procedure was repeated to obtain portfolio returns for March of 1932 to February of 1933. Th[r]

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MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY HAYSTACK OBSERVATORY WESTFORD, MASSACHUSETTS

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY HAYSTACK OBSERVATORY WESTFORD, MASSACHUSETTS

An inexpensive (~$150) azimuth/elevation mount for a pair of 18”×21” offset direct TV parabolic dishes can be put together using a pair of SG2100 DiSeqC motors (which support 1.2 Goto×[r]

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MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY HAYSTACK OBSERVATORY WESTFORD, MASSACHUSETTS

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY HAYSTACK OBSERVATORY WESTFORD, MASSACHUSETTS

The balun is modeled as a 4 terminal “PI” network where the parallel impedance on the antenna side is twice the impedance of each ferrite choke assumed to be resistance in parallel wit[r]

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MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY HAYSTACK OBSERVATORY WESTFORD, MASSACHUSETTS

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY HAYSTACK OBSERVATORY WESTFORD, MASSACHUSETTS

Difference between an approximate noise model which assumes balun only introduces a loss and a more accurate model which includes the effects of mismatch.[r]

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