New prize honors legendary developer and philanthropist Norman B. Leventhal.
Leventhal City Prize seeks to spark transformative urban design and planning approaches
Media arts and sciences professor is recognized for a career of contributions to human-computer interaction.
Hiroshi Ishii wins Association for Computing Machinery SIGCHI Lifetime Research Award
Professor Judith Barry’s attention-grabbing installations create thought-provoking experiences for viewers.
Creating new spaces for art
Community-driven selection of project architect opens opportunities to imagine new life for historic building as future home for School of Architecture and Planning.
Met Warehouse renovation planning takes an exciting next step
An avid traveler, organizer, and educator, senior Kathleen Schwind helps others develop skills in negotiation and leadership.
Building a more inclusive future, worldwide
Moods expressed on social media tend to decline when air pollution gets worse, study finds.
In China, a link between happiness and air quality
New 3-D imaging technique can reveal, much more quickly than other methods, how neurons connect throughout the brain.
Mapping the brain at high resolution
MIT Corporation members boost plan to relocate School of Architecture and Planning into historic building.
Gift from Carmen ’78 and John ’77 Thain supports Met Warehouse renovation project
The new version of the popular free coding platform builds on a robust community of kid coders.
Introducing Scratch 3.0
Dean of MIT's School of Architecture and Planning will curate the global showcase for architectural work.
Hashim Sarkis named curator of 2020 Venice Biennale Architecture Exhibition
Nine multi-disciplinary teams join MIT’s design entrepreneurship accelerator.
MITdesignX selects new cohort
Merging different types of location-stamped data can make it easier to discern users’ identities, even when the data is anonymized.
The privacy risks of compiling mobility data
Worldwide honors for 2019 span three MIT schools.
Times Higher Education ranks MIT No.2 in arts and humanities
A new MIT program in the planned Chinese city offers opportunities for observation and collaboration.
Zhengzhou: China's living laboratory for urbanization
SA+P will offer a new concentration to support collaborative doctoral-level studies in Advanced Urbanism, with applications being accepted in fall 2018.
A new doctoral concentration in Advanced Urbanism
Historic building would create “design hub” for MIT, with benefits for surrounding community
Metropolitan Storage Warehouse is potential new location for School of Architecture and Planning
QS World University Rankings place MIT No. 1 in 12 of 48 subject areas
MIT named No. 1 university worldwide for architecture/built environment, No. 4 for art and design
The collection features groundbreaking projects from pioneers working at the intersection of art, science, and technology.
Digital archive showcases work from the Center for Advanced Visual Studies
Learn more about the SA+P community’s commitment to building a better world.
The MIT Campaign for a Better World