Professors Say MIT Expansion Proposal Favors Commercialization Over Graduate Students

January 18, 2013

A group of senior faculty members are complaining that the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is putting business interests ahead of the needs of graduate students and other campus constituents in a zoning proposal for expansion on and around its campus, The Boston Globe reported. The newspaper cited the faculty members' complaints that the proposal by the MIT Investment Management Company would prioritize commercial development over education and research purposes and pays too little attention to the pressing lack of affordable housing for graduate students.

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