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PKG Fellowships 2020: Einat Gavish Part III

Read Part I of Einat’s experience here! Click here to read Part II of Einat’s experience! — Impact: A Story of Complexity I’ve spent much of the last two months…

PKG Fellowships 2020: Shannon Wing, Part III

To read Part I of Shannon’s reflection, click here! Click here to read Part II of Shannon’s experience! — by Shannon Wing When arriving at MIT I was eager to work…

PKG Fellowships 2020: Kelly Wagman, Part II

by Kelly Wagman Just a few months ago, Sidewalk Labs announced it would halt its Quayside project along the Toronto waterfront.[i]Sidewalk Labs, an affiliate of Google, had been planning to…

PKG Fellowships 2020: Matthew Kearney, Part II

Welcome to Part II from Matthew Kearney’s Summer Fellowship! Check out Part I of his work here! — Have you ever had a brilliant idea for a project or business…

PKG Fellowships 2020: Shannon Wing, Part II

To read Part I of Shannon’s reflection, click here! — During the first half of my fellowship, I spent my time reevaluating and updating the impact metrics for Essmart, a…

PKG Fellowships 2020: Einat Gavish, Part II

To read Part I of Einat’s reflection, click here! — A learning moment: What do I do if no one is telling me what to do? by Einat Gavish Working…

PKG Fellowships 2020: Kelly Wagman, Part I

Playing for Trash: How Human-Robot Collaboration Can Promote Environmentalism  Kelly Wagman This summer, I am working in collaboration with Urban Rivers, a nonprofit based in Chicago (www.urbanriv.org). Urban Rivers has…

PKG Fellowships 2020: Chelsea Hodgkins, Part I

This summer, I have the honor of working with the Mexico team of the Business and Human Rights Resource Center. The Business and Human Rights Resource Center is an international…

PKG Fellowships 2020: Shannon Wing, Part I

by Shannon Wing, Computer Science (’22) Part I: Working Remotely Hello! My name is Shannon. I am a current sophomore studying Computer Science and Civil and Environmental Engineering Systems and…

PKG Fellowships 2020: Matthew Kearney, Part I

For as long as I can remember I have felt at home in nature. As a kid, I spent countless weekends hiking and camping, exploring the woods for hours as…