In general, we work to improve the undergraduate experience in Course 9. Members need not be Taiwanese or Chinese to join, as we welcome members of all ethnicities. Consulting Club at MIT Our mission is to ease the transition from graduate student life to a successful consulting career. Food Awareness Project The purpose of the Food Awareness Project is to cultivate an understanding of food from the ground up. Golf Club Recreational Co-Ed golf club team.
Secular Society of MIT The Secular Society of MIT is a supportive community focused on the needs of MIT's nonreligious students but open to everyone interested in honest, respectful consideration of different religious and nonreligious perspectives on the questions of life. MIT Mexican Students interested in promoting Mexican culture through academic, cultural and sporting events throughout the academic year. Promote the Armenian culture, history and heritage at MIT and other colleges in the area. Biological Engineering - Biomedical Engineering Society. We perform works from traditional Chinese, to contemporary lyrical, to Korean hiphop, to Japanese idol-dance, to aboriginal folk, and much more.
Our group consists of the students who operate, moderate, and develop this site. The purpose of the Food Awareness Project is to cultivate an understanding of food from the ground up. We host public talks, group discussions, social events, and more! In the past, we've collaborated with student groups on campus with similar goals. The MIT Pokerbots Competition is a computerized poker tournament, where teams have 1 month to program a completely autonomous "pokerbot" to compete against other teams. MIT students and affiliates of all German ability levels are welcome. We have academic events with Colombian thought leaders such as ministers, ambassadors, colombian corporate leaders, among others, to discuss different topics relevant to both Colombia and students who want to have an impact in Colombia.
MIT's all male a cappella group. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Graduate Students Association Student group representing the interests of the graduate student population in Course 6. Series of technical discussions where we discuss papers, research problems and results. In addition, we hold regular socials to build a sense of community and at which officer elections are held. Women's Water Polo We play water polo. House of Volunteers HoV provides students in the MIT community the opportunity to engage in activities in the "real world". The purpose of the Etc.