Video: What do you want to make?

Take a look at what students are making in MIT's humanities, arts, and social science fields.
 

Music from Frog's Eye, © 2006, by MIT composer Evan Ziporyn


“What kind of world do we want to make? Will the future be humane and livable? What knowledge and values will guide and sustain us? MIT's SHASS faculty and students address some of largest, most consequential human questions of our time.”

— Melissa Nobles, Kenan Sahin Dean, MIT School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences


 

Take a look at what MIT students are making in MIT's humanities, arts, and social science fields — from better health care services to music composed from big bang energy to tools for a more responsive democracy.
 

Video ©2017 Office of the Dean, MIT SHASS
Produced by a SHASS Communications team (Sarah Goodman, Emily Hiestand, Jon Sachs)
Music from Frog's Eye, © 2006, by MIT composer Evan Ziporyn



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