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For over 50 years, the MIT Press has been a leading light in academic publishing and the only university press rooted at the intersection of science, technology, art, and design. Our donors are critical to our continued success. Your gift will support the publication of innovative new books and journals across the arts and sciences; champion advances in digital publishing; and develop new, more open models and technologies.
We thank you for your support and enthusiasm and look forward to working with new friends in our commitment to the continuous reinvention of university-based publishing.
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Friends of the Press
Friends of the Press provide leadership support of $500+ annually to the MIT Press. We are grateful for every gift, and thank our Friends of the Press:
Julia Blocksma, Joan Davidson, Marney Fischer, Rob Haimes, Adam Inglis, Joichi Ito, S. Jay Keyser, Henry Kuehn, Panagiotis Louridas, Ellen Lupton, Roger F. Malina, Matilde Marcolli, Nicholas Negroponte, Arnold Pacey, Usha Pasi, Helen Schlichte, Joan Shafran, Lisa Strausfeld, Bill Strong, Ann Strong, Bruce Tidor, Young-Mi Tidor, Divakar Viswanath, Susan Wascher-Kumar, and Richard S. Wurman.
We also gratefully acknowledge the following foundation and nonprofit organization support:
Furthermore: The J. M. Kaplan Fund
The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
The Charlotte Palmer Phillips Foundation
The Joan Shafran and Rob Haimes Foundation
The Simons Foundation
The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
The Union of Concerned Scientists
The Wilburforce Foundation
Are you interested in directing a major gift to an area of interest, or making a planned gift? Email MIT Press Director Amy Brand.