We provide a bridge between technology and the humanities, by examining the social and cultural impact of the changing media landscape.
MIT students win over $20,000 in prizes for their fiction, poetry, essays, science writing, and academic writing.
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Kristen Frombach's Karmel Prize-winning piece
“Haugh Model and Modification” took second place for the 2019 Boit Prize for Engineering Writing, one of the Ilona Karmel Writing Prizes.
Produced by the graduate students from the 2019 class of the Graduate Program in Science Writing.
Amy Fang's Karmel Prize-winning piece
Amy Fang’s winning submission for the Boit Prize for Engineering Writing, one of the Ilona Karmel Writing Prizes.
Our Graduate Program in Science Writing students read from their culminating works as they finish up they one-year program.
CMS/W's Karmel Prize-winning piece
Working in every genre, from fiction to technical writing, 36 MIT students win 2019 Ilona Karmel Writing Prizes.
Comparative Media Studies graduate student and New York City DJ Rekha Malhotra draws inspiration from the intersection of art and activism.
Haidee Wasson explores the long and vibrant place of portable film devices in the history of small media, repositioning the “movie theatre” as the singular or even central figuration of film presentation and viewing.