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Monica Kahn—The Tech
Tim the Beaver gets the crowd excited before the annual Latke-Hamentashen debate, held this year on Wednesday, March 4 in 26-100. The placard on his chest reads “MIT” in Hebrew.
Jessica Lin—The Tech
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Associate Professor Vladimir Bulovic stands in his lab next to an integrated materials growth system, used in the development of nanostructure optical and electronic devices. He is one of four professors named MacVicar Fellows this year for excellence in teaching.
Arthur Petron—The Tech
MacVicar winner Daniel Jackson, professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, was nominated by students and faculty for his contributions to teaching. Jackson studies software engineering in CSAIL’s Software Design Group.
Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Associate Professor in Science, Technology and Society David Jones, shot in high dynamic range, was named MacVicar Faculty Fellow this year for his outstanding teaching. Jones, besides teaching, has led for the past four years a series of conferences about race, science and technology.
photo credit: Nelscline.com
Avant-garde guitarist Nels Cline gears up for a new album with his trio upon the release of his first solo album.
photo credit: Benfolds.com
Pick up Ben Folds’ latest, Stems & Seeds, and remix the album on your own home computer.
Andrea Robles—The Tech
2009 Lemelson-MIT finalist Erez Lieberman G explains his invention, the iShoe, to a local middle school student, Mickaella Casseus. The iShoe can be placed in any shoe and wirelessly connects to a laptop to provide physicians with diagnostic information about the wearer’s sense of balance. Geoffrey von Maltzahn G won the Lemelson-MIT Student Prize, awarded to promising inventors, for his work on cancer therapy.
Brian Hemond—The Tech
Literature Professor Diana Henderson was named a MacVicar Fellow this year for excellence in teaching. Henderson’s areas of research include gender studies, Shakespeare, modernism, and world drama.
Chelsea Grimm—The Tech
The scantily-clad men’s swim team cheered through the Infinite on Thursday in celebration of Sunday’s NEWMAC title win.
Arthur Petron—The Tech
Rebecca J. Heywood ’12 presents her team’s design for a build-it-yourself night light on Wednesday, March 4 as part of 2.00B (Toy Product Design). Each team got a chance to present four ideas that centered around this year’s theme, “The Arts.”