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Full run of the alumni newsletter the Illinois Tech Engineer, which contains school and engineering news. An index is available. Loose copy set (not bound).
1. Industrial Graphics Management and Design 2. Henry C. Spencer honorary lunch, 1962
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.
Materials related to the Minorities in Engineering. Contains: Minorities in Engineering Programs, Second Annual Report, 1976 (2 copies); Minorities in Engineering Program, 1980 Report; informational booklet for High School Students, n.d. (2 copies)
Miscellaneous materials found in IIT Archives. Their original creator/compiler is unknown and the materials may not all be from the same source. Some may be from the offices of Preseidents Heald and Rettaliata. Others materials appear to have come from the university's public relations office. Some folder titles were found on the folders and others were supplied or supplemented by the processor.
Folder 1: Three programs and schedules for University Day and The President's Reception held: Sunday, August 27, 1972 Sunday, August 26, 1973 Sunday, August 24, 1975 Folder 2: materials from IIT hosting of 2010 National Academy of Engineering (NAE) Grand Challenges Program, held 2010
A series of short papers about Illinois Institute of Technology's progress in the Arts, Sciences, Engineering and Research. Multiple copies of each the following papers (four out of a total five): "Men of Vision," "History on Wire," "Tolerances," and "Operation 'College'."
Mimeographed copy of typescript titled Proceedings: Water Supply and Waste Treatment for Food Industries Course, being a 133-page book documenting a course sponsored by Illinois Institute of Technology and the Chicago Section of the Institute of Food Technologists, Sept. 1950 - Jan. 1951, directed by Emanuel Hurwitz, Associate Professor of Sanitary Engineering, IIT.