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Mens et Manus et Mundus
Plan to make international education a core component of an MIT education

   






A Historic Opportunity
President Hockfield writes that "the report of the MIT Global Council, Mens et Manus et Mundus, outlines an historic opportunity to deepen international learning at the Institute, and to make international education a core component of an MIT education."  

Mens et Manus et Mundus
Report of the MIT Global Council
September 2009 

 


About the Global Council 
School faculty members were integral to the Council, which comprised faculty from all five MIT Schools, and was co-chaired by Richard Samuels, Ford International Professor of Political Science, and Director of the Center for International Studies; and Dick Yue, Philip J. Solondz Professor of Engineering, and Director of International Programs. 

School members
Richard Samuels, Director CIS, Co-Chair, Global Council 
Tuli Banerjee, Lecturer, Foreign Languages and Literatures
Suzanne Berger, Director of MISTI; Raphael Dorman and Helen Starbuck Professor of Political Science
Isabelle de Courtivron, Foreign Languages & Literatures; Professor of French Studies
Kai von Fintel, Associate Dean, School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences; Professor of Linguistics
Deborah Fitzgerald, Kenan Sahin Dean, School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences; Professor of the History of Technology, Science, Technology and Society
Philip Khoury, Associate Provost, Ford International Professor of History
Anne Marie Michel, Assistant Dean for Development, School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences

Others from the School who contributed to the Council’s work 
Abhijit Banerjee, Director, Poverty Action Lab, Ford International Professor of Economics; 
Esther Duflo, Director, Director, Poverty Action Lab, Abdul Latif Jameel Prof of Poverty Alleviation & Development
Shigeru Miyagawa, Head, Foreign Languages & Literatures, Professor of Linguistics

 

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