MIT Technology and Policy Program
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    TPP HONORS 2024 GRADUATES

    IDSS and TPP celebrated the 2024 graduates during the School of Engineering and Schwarzman College of Computing Advanced Degree Ceremony on Wednesday, May 29, 2024. TPP awarded 37 Master of Science degrees....READ MORE
  • Ben Lewis

    Ending overdose

    Through research combining drug policy, race, and criminal justice – and through advocacy and community action – TPP student Ben Lewis champions harm reduction.... READ MORE
  • Chelsea Conard

    QUANTIFYING CYBER RISK

    TPP student Chelsea Conard models threats to cyber systems where data privacy and sensitivity are high, seeking comprehensive insights and benchmarks through close collaboration with the Federal Reserve and industry partners.... READ MORE
  • Yiran He

    ADAPTING COMMUNITIES TO A CHANGING ENERGY INDUSTRY

    While researching a just transition away from fossil fuels, Yiran He’s internship with an energy non-profit provided a window to how organizations can impact the development of energy policies.... READ MORE

TPP addresses societal challenges through research and education at the intersection of technology and policy. Our goal is to mobilize science and engineering to inform intelligent, responsible strategies and policies to benefit communities from local to global.

MIT News Office | June 3, 2024

MIT Corporation elects 10 term members, two life members

TPP alum Anna Waldman-Brown ’11, SM ’18, PhD ’23 elected to MIT Corporation.
May 29, 2024

TPP HONORS 2024 GRADUATES

IDSS and TPP celebrated the 2024 graduates during the School of Engineering and Schwarzman College of Computing Advanced Degree Ceremony on Wednesday, May 29, 2024. TPP awarded 37 Master of Science degrees.
2024 Economic Report of the President | May 10, 2024

TPP student research informs the 2024 Economic Report of the President

Maja Svanberg’s thesis was cited by the White House Council of Economic Advisors. Svanberg will pursue a PhD in at Chalmers University of Technology, exploring "mission-driven innovation policy" in the context of climate change.

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