MIT’s 1995 Technology Day takes place on June 16, 1995 on the theme “War, Technology, Peace and Change.” A fly-by of six vintage World War II airplanes led by a B-25, intended as a tribute to the sacrifices of MIT community members in wartime service, concludes the event. Featured speakers include Doris Kearns Goodwin, “The WWII Imperative for Democracy”; Robert Seamans, “WWII Comes to MIT”; Paul Gray, “MIT’s Response to the WWII Experience”; Lester Thurow, “The Economic Impact of the War on Society”; Charles M. Vest, “MIT and the Future”.
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On Thursday March 6, MIT hosted a gathering to to celebrate the life of Charles M. Vest, MIT's 15th President, and to express to his family how much Chuck meant to MIT -- as a leader, a colleague, and a friend. Th...
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