Massachusetts Institute of Technology. School of Chemical Engineering Practice. Bayway Station
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology's School of Chemical Engineering Practice was founded in 1916 by alumnus Arthur D. Little and Professor William Walker, with the support of President Richard Maclaurin and the financial assistance of George Eastman. The school was designed to give chemical engineering students practical operational experience in industrial facilities. The School of Engineering Practice Bayway Station was established at Esso Standard. Students worked on projects but remained under the supervision of the MIT resident staff and director.
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology, School of Chemical Engineering Practice records
Scope and Contents of the Collection The records, varying by station, include project proposals, reports, and administrative files from a number of stations including Albany Station (General Electric), 1977-1989; Bound Brook Station (American Cyanamid), 1958-1975; Bayway Station (Esso Standard), 1958-1965; Bethlehem Station (Bethlehem Steel), 1982-1986; Boulder Station (Syntex Chemicals), 1987-1989; Los Alamos National Laboratory, 1987; Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1948-1962 and 1966-1986; and Golden Station (Solar Energy...
Dates: 1916 - 2004