Photos by Allison M. Alwan
Mark E. Artz ’10 passes the ball during MIT’s game against Brown University on Sept. 25. The Engineers lost 15-7.
Kelly E. Schulte ’12 spikes the ball during the women’s volleyball team’s 3-0 win over Worcester Polytechnic Institute on Tuesday evening in Rockwell Cage.
Daniel E. Klenk ’09 swam the 200 yard butterfly at the MIT Invitational this past Saturday. The men’s team came in first out of seven teams, and the women’s team finished third.
Christian W. Therkelsen ’11 gains control of the ball during Wednesday’s men’s soccer game versus Brandeis. The Engineers won 5-0.
Captain Jennifer A. Chao ’09 swims the 200-yard butterfly for the Engineers during the meet on Sunday Jan. 18 versus NEWMAC rivals Coast Guard Academy and Springfield College. Chao took first place in both the 100-meter and 200-meter butterfly. The men’s team topped both Coast Guard (179-117) and Springfield (197.5-100.5) while the women’s team was split, winning against Coast Guard (199-100) but falling to Springfield (143-157).
Captain Jennifer A. Chao ’09 swims the 200-yard butterfly for the Engineers during the meet on January 18, 2009 versus NEWMAC rivals Coast Guard Academy and Springfield College. Chao took first place in both the 100-meter and 200-meter butterfly.
Grad Ring Committee chair Shahriar R. Khushrushahi G describes elements of the new Grad Rat to an audience of graduate students. The design was unveiled Wednesday evening in Walker Memorial.
Marin Soljacic ’96, assistant professor in the Department of Physics, is one of two MIT faculty members to receive a 2008 MacArthur Fellowship, or “genius grant.” Soljaic discovered a method to wirelessly transmit 60 watts of power over 2 meters using strongly coupled magnetic resonance. His work holds important implications for understanding optical physics and the development of devices such as wireless transmitters.
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