Read about the exciting and sometimes groundbreaking research that students conduct during the MIT WHOI Joint Program.
Find information for preparing and submitting your thesis including a link to a library of MIT/WHOI Joint Program graduate theses.
A collection of peer-reviewed papers submitted by MIT WHOI Joint Program students for many scientific publications throughout the past several years.
A variety of awards honor Joint Program Students.
In a research era defined by the need to share ideas across disciplines and to share highly sophisticated equipment, MIT and WHOI have facilities on both campuses to meet nearly every research requirement a student may encounter.
Graduate students in the MIT WHOI have access to both institution's resources. MIT has five major subject libraries, for Architecture and Planning, Engineering, Humanities, Science, Management and Social Science, as well as several specialized libraries and the Institute Archives, offer access to a wide range of materials, both print and electronic. The MBLWHOI Library is internationally recognized as defining current trends and practices in marine information sciences and bioinformatics.
Both MIT and WHOI have seminars of interest to students across all disciplines on a daily basis. Here you will find calendars for both institutions.