MIT celebrates 100 years in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The grid pattern derives from the windows of MIT’s Lobby 7 and pulls out the MIT logo. The bottom wave references the Charles River. MIT moved from the Back Bay in Boston to its current location in Cambridge in 1916.
MIT Radius invites “creative, courageous thinking about how humans choose to use powerful technologies and whose interests these innovations serve.” Radius is a forum where topics are investigated from many points of view with a “mission is to find that technology of the heart, the ethical center that holds us together in the midst of diversity and change.”
MIT Media Productions creates videos and online learning media for the MIT community which is broadcast through the Internet around the world.
Henry David Thoreau Foundation provides college scholarships to students going into environmental-related studies.
CEC-CF is a Europe-based Collaborative Forum where CEOs connect to share experiences, strategies, and to network.
Part of a group design brainstorm, though not the final choice.