Massachusetts Institute of Technology -- Faculty
Found in 336 Collections and/or Records:
The collection documents the professional activities of Alexander Douglas Carmichael from 1960 to 2004. Materials include proposals, reports, correspondence, course materials, notebooks, calendars, notes, student files, articles, presentations, and subject files.
The collection documents the professional activities of Albert G. H. Dietz from approximately 1952 to 1982. Materials include subject files, correspondence, slides, photographs, papers and publications, student records, blueprints, articles, a scrapbook, and awards.
The collection documents the professional activities of Alexander Rich between the years of 1954 to 2015.
Materials include: correspondence, awards, slides, and administrative files.
The collection documents the professional activities of Ali Javan. Materials include correspondence, subject files, lectures, publications, grant applications, slide negatives, and lecture, research, and teaching notes.
This collection documents the activities of Annamaria Torriani-Gorini, who was a professor in the Department of Biology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Materials in the collection span the 1960s-1970s. Among the materials are correspondence, research materials, writings, lecture notes and more. Of interest are materials on women in science and women faculty groups at MIT.
The collection documents the professional activities of Anthony P. French from approximately 1950 to 2011. The collection consists of course notes and preparatory materials, correspondence, publications, talks, and background materials.
The collection documents the professional activities of Antoine Marc Gaudin from approximately 1923 to 1964.
Included in the materials are a 1939 signed letter from Herbert Hoover and a 1949 letter from Dwight D. Eisenhower. The collection also comprises consulting reports, working papers and manuscripts of the second edition of "Flotation," correspondence, notes, photographs, copies of illustrations, and a report by Gaudin on Memory and Arts completed for Hochschild.
The collection documents the professional activities of Arthur C. Smith.
The collection documents the professional activities of Arthur K. Kerman during the years of 1950 to 2015.
Materials include: reports, meetings materials, correspondence, notes, and files.
The collection documents the professional activities of Arthur Steinberg from circa 1965 to 1997.
Materials include: Course notes, grants and proposals, writings, program materials, and administrative files.
The Bernard E. Proctor papers contain correspondence with William Geisler on the development of food technology, 1950-1955; with the Research Corporation concerning patents; and on the establishment of the Bernard E. Proctor Memorial Fund at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
The collection documents the professional activities of Bernard J. Frieden from approximately 1970 to 1998. Most of the materials relate to Frieden's relationship with the Department of Urban Studies and Planning and the School of Architecture and Planning. Materials include correspondence, biographical materials and publications, and project materials related to military base redevelopment and downtown and shopping malls.
The papers of Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor Bernard S. Gould consist largely of Gould's writings, and professional correspondence with a number of companies including the Gillette Safety Razor Company and the Howard Company with whom he worked.
The Bernard Taub Feld papers document his academic, professional, and political pursuits during the period 1943 to 1990. The bulk of the material dates from the mid-1950s, reflecting his establishment in the scientific community and his increased interest in nuclear arms control.
The Carl Hewitt papers documents the professional activities of Hewitt and contains articles, publications, theses, research project proposals produced during the 1970s.
The collection documents the professional activities of Carl Wesley Garland at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) from 1953 to 1989. Materials include correspondence, student notebooks, course notes, problem sets, exams, syllabi, reprints, teaching notes, research proposals and notes, budgets, and reports.
The collection also contains documents related to Garland's activities on Equal Opportunity committees at MIT.
Channing Whitaker's two letterbooks contain copies of student papers, addresses, descriptions of examinations and notes on thermodynamics collected during Whitaker's time as a professor of mechancial engineering at the Massachusetts Instittue of Technology. Also included is a report to the president of the Institute on mechanical engineering at MIT, 1875.
The collection documents the professional activities of Charles B. Breed from 1893 to 1947. Much of the collection is related to grade crossings and transportation. Materials include photographs, lectures, correspondence, notes, surveys, and subject files.