Campus Freedom of Expression:  Antisemitism and the Current Controversies

45-801 51 Vassar Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

Erwin Chemerinsky is the dean of the University of California Berkeley School of Law. A free speech scholar who has recently written about antisemitism on college campuses, he specializes in constitutional law, criminal procedure, and federal jurisdiction. Dialogues Across Difference focuses on modeling disagreement by elevating and encouraging dialogue.

Recurring

Civil Discourse in the Classroom and Beyond

Civil Discourse in the Classroom and Beyond Speaker Series Spring 2024 These events are free and unticketed. Registration information for the Prasad and deBoer events TBA. “Israel/Palestine: What Next?” With Hussein Ibish (Arab Gulf States Institute), Shanie Reichman (Israel Policy Forum), Tarek Masoud (Harvard), Shai Feldman (Brandeis), and others TBC. February 13, 7-8.30p, 1-190 Registration:...

Free

Spring Career Night – Candidate Information

Walker Memorial/Morss Hall 142 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA, United States

It’s not too late to secure an internship or job in 2024! At this intimate in-person recruiting event, you will connect with employers from a variety of industries hiring for opportunities with start dates in 2024. MIT students (undergraduate and graduate), postdocs and recent alumni are welcome to participate! Find employers looking for candidates like...

Build to a Purposeful Career

E19-202 E19-202 | 400 Main Street, Cambridge, MA, United States

When you hear the word “purpose,” your mind may be filled with different thoughts about your career, family, and life. Put these all out on the table and play with them as you try to hone in on different ways to ideate your purpose. Using LEGO bricks and pieces, you will go through a series...

Islamophobia: A Threat to All

45-801 51 Vassar Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

Dalia Mogahed is the former director of research at the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding. She is a Muslim studies scholar, specializing in issues of gender, identity, and Islamophobia in America. Dialogues Across Difference focuses on modeling disagreement by elevating and encouraging dialogue.

Recurring

Civil Discourse in the Classroom and Beyond

Civil Discourse in the Classroom and Beyond Speaker Series Spring 2024 These events are free and unticketed. Registration information for the Prasad and deBoer events TBA. “Israel/Palestine: What Next?” With Hussein Ibish (Arab Gulf States Institute), Shanie Reichman (Israel Policy Forum), Tarek Masoud (Harvard), Shai Feldman (Brandeis), and others TBC. February 13, 7-8.30p, 1-190 Registration:...

Free

What Hinges on Anti-Palestinian Racism

45-801 51 Vassar Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

Murad Idris is an associate professor of Political Science at the University of Michigan. His research and teaching explores political theory, the history of political thought, and political theology. Dialogues Across Difference focuses on modeling disagreement by elevating and encouraging dialogue.