Infinite Possibilities: An Event Celebrating Student Life and Learning at MIT

The inaugural Infinite Possibilities event held in April spotlighted MIT’s amazing students and evolving campus in a brand-new way. Alumni and friends connected with students about what makes living and learning at MIT so special and celebrated the infinite possibilities that grow from students’ time at the Institute. Attendees also participated in tours to discover some new and revitalized spaces on campus that contribute to the Whole Student experience.

Infinite Possibilities showcased how the vital support of MIT alumni and friends shapes every aspect of the student experience—from scholarships to new labs and residences to dynamic programs on campus and abroad—empowering students to become the best version of themselves and the visionary leaders, thinkers, and doers who will invent the future.

Watch a video with highlights from the day and read about a few amazing students who are exploring and contributing to the many aspects of MIT.

Sara Hauptman ’19

“My project is working on the design for the next generation of nuclear reactor at MIT,” says Sara Hauptman ’19, a first-year PhD student in nuclear science and engineering with a research focus on fission systems. “It’s time to start thinking about what comes next.”

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Wilhem Hector ’25

For mechanical engineering major Wilhem Hector ’25, service plays a hugely important part in his MIT experience. “With all the competing priorities in college, I’ve come to see how implementing public service in your life—even small projects—is so important to creating opportunities for others to follow your path.”

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Giuliana Cabrera Sanchez ’25

An electrical engineering and computer science major with a concentration in literature, Giuliana Cabrera Sanchez ’25 aims to develop technology for social good. She says she is inspired by “being able to make an impact in other people’s lives.”

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Learn more about the Whole Student experience at MIT.