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Social Impact Internships: Kelly Xu (’24)

I’m Kelly Xu, a rising junior majoring in course 6-3. Over the summer, I’ve been  working as a biomedical scientist intern at Reboot Rx. Reboot Rx is the tech nonprofit…

PKG IAP: Health Alum Valeria Robayo featured in MIT News!

Valeria Robayo (’23) participated in the PKG IAP: Health program during IAP 2021. Valeria contributed to the Autism Program at Boston Medical Center as a Resource Intern. Read more about…

IDEAS Alums named two of TIME Magazine’s Best Inventions of 2022

Biobot Analytics, co-founded by MIT alumna Dr. Mariana Matus and former DUSP Research Fellow Neswha Ghaeli, was a 2017 IDEAS Social Innovation Challenge awardee. Out of the Box, a mobile, modular…

Social Impact Internships: Keaten Clarno (’23)

Hello! My name is Keaten Clarno, and I am a rising senior at MIT (woah!). I started out wanting to pursue Astrophysics, but I am now majoring in Philosophy (Course…

Social Impact Internships: Grace Zhang (’25)

Hi! My name is Grace Zhang, and I’m a rising sophomore studying computation and cognition (6-9). This summer, I interned with the clinical team at MassHealth, the organization that oversees…

IDEAS Alum: Insightiv featured in MIT News!

The world is facing a maternal health crisis. According to the World Health Organization, approximately 810 women die each day due to preventable causes related to pregnancy and childbirth. Two-thirds…

PKG Fellow Publishes Article in The American Surgeon

Based on the work conducted during her PKG Fellowship and Social Impact Internship, Jupneet Singh ’23 (Course 5) recently published a research article in The American Surgeon. In Examining the…

PKG Fellowships: Ade Oyewole (MBA ’22)

Meet Ade Oyewole, who recently received his MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management. Ade is currently serving as a Summer ’22 PKG Fellow. Learn more about his aspirations…

IDEAS Alumni: Piction Health featured in MIT News!

At the age of 22, when Susan Conover wanted to get a strange-looking mole checked out, she was told it would take three months to see a dermatologist. When the…

IAP Health: Sharon Jiang (’23)

PKG IAP: Health – I came for the program’s eye-catching, bright blue advertisement posters on campus, but I stayed for the collaboration with Boston Medical Center’s Autism Program to learn…