Mathematics at MIT

      22 Comments on Mathematics at MIT



Mathematics has played an important part at MIT since the founding of the Institute. Mathematics occupies a core intellectual position at MIT, an institution that is well known for its leadership in Science and Engineering. All MIT undergraduates are required to take courses within the department which prides itself in leading the nation in priorities and guidelines for basic mathematical and scientific research and for the way students are taught.

Video: Melanie Gonick, MIT News

Music sampled from: Her breath (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/arizono_kazuhiro/EPV_070/)
Artist/Composer: Arizono Kazuhiro
http://soundcloud.com/arizono-kazuhiro
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/legalcode

22 thoughts on “Mathematics at MIT

  1. Max E

    I recall as a freshman our analysis prof said something like: "Many people believe math is hard… that's because it is." I thought that was more honest than the usual attempt to lull people with this fake soft crap. Ironically that guys lectures were some of the easiest to follow and most helpful I've ever attended…

    Reply
  2. John P

    Earth is a pizza not a football. Under no circumstances can surface water be convex in shape which is what the globe science fiction would have us believe. Utter rubbish. We've been duped. Just like 911. And there's a lot more like mainstream fraud religions. See Edward Hendrie, Christopher Bollyn, Antony Sutton, Eustace Mullins and Stanley Monteith. The biggest taboo because it's true.

    Reply
  3. Takworm Productions

    I'm 12 years old and, like most 12 year olds, I have high hopes for the future. I've been interested in Science since I was young and I've always wondered about the world around us. I strive to be a student at M.I.T or Caltech because I want to major in Mathematics and Chemistry. I dream of starting my own company one day. I would just like to say thank you for motivating me to do better in school and take up extra science lessons!

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *