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October 2015 NOVEMBER 2014 | MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
In October 2015, MIT will convene Solve to inspire and empower technologists, philanthropists, business leaders, policy makers and social change agents to solve the most difficult challenges of our times.
Solve will bring to the MIT campus over 500 technologists and scientists, students and faculty, CEOs and business leaders, policy-makers and NGO leaders.
MAKE LEARN FUEL CURE Solve challenges academic institutions, corporations, foundations, and philanthropists to use their combined power to generate solutions to big problems in four fundamental areas.
LEARN Access to education, and digital and distance learning.
CURE Affordability of care, and advanced diagnostics and therapies.
MAKE Manufacturing, global infrastructure, and the future of work.
FUEL Environmental sustainability, food and water, renewable energy.
Solve will identify 20 challenges where emerging technologies, combined with business innovations and smart policies, have the potential to make the world a better place.
10NOVEMBER 2014 | MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMMING
ORGANIZATIONAL GOALS globe 11 To expand and amplify MIT as a POWERFUL PLATFORM for meaningful action locally and globally Engage a CROSS- DISCIPLINARY AND DIVERSE representation of MIT students, faculty, and alumni Bring in significant NON-AFFILIATED INDIVIDUALS to experience MIT’s power to drive positive change MEET OR EXCEED all financial, marketing, and attendee metrics NOVEMBER 2014 | MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
GLOBAL ASPIRATIONS globe Annually, adopt 20 HIGH-IMPACT PROJECTS addressing Learn, Cure, Fuel, Make 20 12 Foster a movement committed to VISIONARY THINKING, collaboration, and accountability in creating change Become a new GLOBAL NETWORK committed to positive and sustainable change Make visible and MEASURABLE positive impact on problems of human significance NOVEMBER 2014 | MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Solve ONLINE http://solve.mit.edu/ NOVEMBER 2014 | MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
FACULTY ADVISORY BOARD Joi Ito Director, MIT Media Lab Sanjay Sarma Director of Digital Learning Daniela Rus Director, CSAIL Eric Grimson Chancellor for Academic Advancement 15 MIT GOVERNING BOARD Israel Ruiz Executive VP and Treasurer Martin Schmidt Provost Rafael Reif President GOVERNANCE PILLAR CURATORS LEARN Anant Agarwal CEO, edX FUEL Angela Belcher Professor, MIT MAKE Rodney Brooks Roboticist CURE Phillip Sharp Professor, Koch Institute NOVEMBER 2014 | MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Solve CORE TEAM Jason Pontin Editor in Chief and Publisher, MIT Technology Review email@example.com Kathleen D. Kennedy President, MIT Technology Review firstname.lastname@example.org Chris Shipley Executive Producer for Live Events, MIT Technology Review email@example.com Gerri Powers Event Operations Manager, MIT Technology Review firstname.lastname@example.org 16NOVEMBER 2014 | MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
WHAT WE NEED FROM YOU 17 Your expertise and suggestions Your enthusiasm Your help in encouraging your faculty, staff, and students to submit challenges email@example.com NOVEMBER 2014 | MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
What are the challenges you want to solve? WE WANT TO KNOW. firstname.lastname@example.org http://solve.mit.edu/ 18NOVEMBER 2014 | MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY