004/06. Misc Engineering
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Academic hood for Doctor of Engineering degree, Illinois Institute of Technology. Hood was made by E. R. Moor Co. and is in original packaging. Identified as "Extra" and "No. 90." Made of black silk shell with orange velvet hood trim (for Doctor of Engineering) and IIT's red and gray lining.
The hood was sent to architect William S. Ralph of Beloit, Wisconsin and returned to IIT by the same.
Records created by Armour College of Engineering (an academic division of Illinois Institute of Technology) in connection with the university's accreditation reviews by ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology).
Scope and Contents
Brochures, announcements, and materials related to the Camras NEXT Scholarship program at Illinois Institute of Technology (Chicago).
Material from the Armour College of Engineering, mostly produced for prospective students outlining programs and cirriculum. Includes: 1. Engineering Program Curriculum, 1978- 1979 2. Armour College of Engineering- The IIT Advantage 3. Department of Engineering program info 4. Armour College of Engineering, overview
Items from the Department of Fire and Safety Engineering, including Safety Engineering Newsletter, 1958- 1960 and a brochure for Protection Engineering, c.1974
Certificate of Exclusion Records including correspondence, memos, and office file materials regarding the taxability of payments received by graduate assistants, primarily in the chemistry and metallurgical engineering programs, apparently exempting the student's income from tax liability.
Video and printed program of the March 23, 2004 meeting of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Chicago Section held at the McCormick Tribune Campus Center on the campus of Illinois Institute of Technology.