60 years of illuminating publishing
Solutions to the world’s challenges have the most impact when they are effectively communicated and widely understood. We can change the world by enlightening minds—spreading knowledge in the form of new discoveries and bold ideas.
Sharing the mission of MIT, the MIT Press strives to bring world-changing knowledge to minds, hands, and hearts around the globe where it has the greatest potential for social impact. To ensure that we continue to push the boundaries of publishing for the public good for decades to come, we have established the MIT Press Fund for the Future.
Please contact Kathryn DeNitto (email@example.com), Sr. Development Officer, to discuss giving options available to you. Generous support of our MIT Press funds contributes to open access innovation, high quality design, and diverse voices in publishing initiatives to enliven communities, ignite debate, and spread new knowledge.
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Fund for Diverse Voices
Support new books by authors who bring excluded and chronically underrepresented perspectives across the sciences, arts, and humanities.
Cooper Memorial Design Fund
Support new works in the fields of art, design, architecture, and visual culture.
Urbanowski Memorial Fund
Support innovations in digital publishing and high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarly books.
We gratefully acknowledge the following foundation and nonprofit organization support:
Allen Institute for AI
Arcadia Charitable Trust
Furthermore: The J. M. Kaplan Fund
Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
The Charlotte Palmer Phillips Foundation
The Dean Witter Foundation
The Heising-Simons Foundation
The Joan Shafran and Rob Haimes Foundation
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
The McDonnell Foundation
The Patrick J. McGovern Foundation
The Simons Foundation
The Union of Concerned Scientists
The Wilburforce Foundation
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