Abdul Latif Jameel World Education Lab
Promoting excellence and transformation in education globally
Join Us For Our October 2018 J-WEL Week
Our signature member event, October 22-25, by invitation only
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J-WEL Collaboratives

 

The Beginnings of a Revolution

Upcoming @ J-WEL

 

  • October 2018 J-WEL Week
    • Registration is now open for our next J-WEL Week, October 22-25. Members should contact the J-WEL team if they have not yet received their invitations.
    • Higher Education @ J-WEL Week has the theme 'Strategic Planning’ in which senior leadership will be introduced to innovative and exciting approaches at MIT; discuss productive mechanisms of planning; and define strategic plan outlines relevant to key topics at their own universities. We welcome members to this exclusive gathering, and we invite others to contact us with their interest. 
  • MIT faculty: Submit a proposal for a J-WEL Innovation Grant. We encourage faculty to propose innovations and educational research that will impact MIT education, with broad potential for impact in global settings. Proposals accepted throughout the year.
  • Save the date for the 2019 LINC Conference to be held June 18-20, 2019, on the MIT campus, with pre-conference workshops on June 17.

 

 

 

“J-WEL is a major addition to our campus that is enabling us to actually carry out the biggest aspiration we have, to educate as many people in the world as possible.”

- L. Rafael Reif, President of MIT

“Enabling individuals to do their very best and reach their full potential, whatever their background, is a key priority for Community Jameel and the world. That is exactly why we are establishing the Abdul Latif Jameel World Education Lab with MIT.”

- Fady Mohammed Jameel, President of Community Jameel International

“Through J-WEL, we will forge new and long-lasting engagements as we learn, share and train together, using the assets developed at MIT as well as by leveraging the community convened by J-WEL. ”

- Sanjay Sarma, MIT Vice President for Open Learning