Steve Jobs, one of the computer industry’s foremost entrepreneurs, gives a wide-ranging talk to a group of MIT Sloan School of Management students in the spring of 1992.
At MIT's Mid-Century Convocation held in 1949—described as "an intellectual festival of monumental proportions"—Sir Winston Churchill gave a rousing keynote address titled Mid-Century Convocation on the Social Implications of Scientific Progress.
MIT Dept. of Architecture conference features keynote speaker Dr. Ted Landsmark on the position of black architects in the U.S., and also celebrates its own Robert R. Taylor, first black graduate of MIT (SB 1892).
Institute Professor Millie Dresselhaus provides an engaging introduction to the complex world of nanostructures, nanowires and thermoelectrics.
Pioneering political commentator, journalist and author Gwen Ifill delivers the event's keynote address, titled “Justice and Equality for All: America's Moral Dilemma."
Institute Professor Philip Morrison, renowned nuclear physicist, astronomer, filmmaker and public science figure, delivers a magical talk to MIT alumni during Technology Day in June 1994.