Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Materials illustrating Pierce's education and career in chemical engineering. This includes: 1) A copy of an article by Pierce titled "How Technology is Taught at Tuskegee" (as found in the June 1904 (vol. 1, no. 4) issue of "The Technology World"); 2) A CD produced by the IIT Digital Media Center, titled "Charles W. Pierce: The First African-American Chemical Engineer in the United States," 2009; 3). DVD
Items owned by Lois Bey, who earned a chemical engineering degree from the Illinois Institute of Technology in 1950. The items include a class ring from Bey's June 9, 1950 graduation, Bey's Tau Beta Pi pin, and a program from IIT's May 8, 1950 Honor's Assembly, at which Bey was presented the "Womens Award" by Tau Beta Pi.
Papers of Ralph G. Owens, who served on the Illinois Institute of Technology's Engineering Division faculty and as Dean of Engineering. This collection includes information about university intiatives, campus planning and engineering faculty and students circa 1942-1976.
Papers of Raymond M. Brach, who received his Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from IIT in 1958. The papers include a Pi Tau Sigma membership certificate for 1956, a Tau Beta Pi membership for 1957, a letter from Brach to Teletype Corporation dated March 7, 1957, two black and white photographs, two color photographs of unidentified individuals, possibly taken at the Teletype Corporation offices.
Seven black and white photographs of Illinois Institute of Technology campus buildings taken by electrical engineering student Richard T. Smith in 1951.
Materials related to Rollin Dix, professor of mechanical engineering at Illinois Institute of Technology. Dix joined the engineering faculty in 1964 and retired in 2004 as Chairman of Mechanical, Materials and Aerospace Department, and as Associate Dean for Academic Computing. This collection relates to his research and academic projects while on faculty at Illinois Institute of Technology.