Susan Hockfield becomes MIT's 16th president and announces a global energy initiative, on May 6, 2005.
MIT's 15th president is formally inaugurated on May 10th, 1991, with several former Institute presidents in attendance.
Paul Edward Gray SB '54, SM '55, ScD '60 shares a sober, humane and challenging vision for MIT in his inaugural speech as MIT’s 14th President, on Sept. 26, 1980.
This undated b-&-w video compilation, likely prepared in conjunction with Jerome Wiesner’s inauguration as MIT’s 13th president, touches on Wiesner’s life as humanist, scientist and statesman.
Susan Hockfield is announced as the institution's next leader.
Dr. Hockfield — the first woman, and first life scientist, to helm the Institute — is introduced by the MIT Corporation.