Legendary former MIT professor Henry Jenkins returns to the Communications Forum for a conversation about his time at the Institute and the founding of CMS.
Henry Jenkins returns to talk with long-time colleagues about his pioneering scholarship on digital culture, his work as the founding director of CMS.
The CMS ideal moves outward through alums as they work in industry, education, the arts, journalism, policy making, and academia.
Junot Díaz has long been a supporter of CMS, and we are all justly proud of the extraordinary critical response to the novel, which won the Pulitzer Prize.
In May 2007, MIT had emerged as the top winner in the first Knight News Challenge, with CMS and the Media Lab together receiving $5 million to fund a Center for Future Civic Media.
The undergraduate curriculum has increasingly turned to cross-disciplinary, trans-disciplinary and even multi-disciplinary approaches to education.
During the academic year, GAMBIT is allowing CMS to reinvent itself, to better achieve our goals inside both the classroom and the research laboratory.