On the Risks and Benefits of New International Engagements - MIT Faculty Newsletter

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stitutional response to them. Regardless, in the future we must be able to move with much greater speed as well as all due deliberation. On these subjects we look forward to the recommendations of Professor Suri’s guidelines committee and the companion committee on MIT’s gift processes chaired by Professor Peter Fisher. Much is riding on their ability to craft an approach that corrects the problems revealed by the Epstein debacle, while simultaneously meeting the six requirements for effective management of our international risks that I have sketched above. And as important as these questions are for MIT’s international activities, difficult new questions will need to be faced once the pandemic is in check. For example: How will we work with Chinese researchers and students, both in China and on the MIT campus, during what will likely be a protracted period of strate



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