Academic regalia, 1957
This collection includes Master degree academic regalia used by Edward V. Mochel at his 1957 commencement from Illinois Institute of Technology (M.S. in Engineering). The set includes a robe, hood, and mortarboard.
- Creation: 1957
- Illinois Institute of Technology (Organization)
Language of Materials
Records are in English.
Conditions Governing Access
Available for Research
3 Items : Academic regalia, including a gown with the traditional long sleeves with wrist openings, mortarboard is black with black tassel. The hood is red satin and white chevron and gold velvet trim.
Edward V. Mochel received a B.S. in Chemistry in 1951 and his M. S. in Engineering in 1957. While pursuing graduate work, he lived in Gunsaulus Hall. As an undergraduate, he lived in the Theta Xi Fraternity House. Mochel served as an engineering instructor while at Illinois Institute of Technology before joining the faculty at the University of Virginia. In 1989, Mochel became Associate Professor of Engineering at the University of Virginia.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Catherine Bruck, University Archivist 12/18/2002