Midwest College of Engineering publications, 1984-1988
Publications from the Midwest College of Engineering including: three copies of 1984-1987 catalogue, printed brochures on the College's programs and a 1985 faculty handbook. Also includes a 52-page soft cover book titled "Midwest College of Engineering: Twenty Years of Engineering Innovation" which contains a complete roster of faculty, staff, boards, and alumni through 1988 as well as biographical profiles of Alva C. Todd, Charles T. Alborn, Mary Todd-Brenner, John Williams, John D. Johannesen, Albert H. Budlong, and IIT alumnus Emil L. Martinec. Written by Gail Dixon of Dixon Communications, Batavia, IL; published by Midwest College of Engineering; sponsored by IIL; copyright 1988.
- Midwest College of Engineering (Organization)
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Biographical / Historical
The Midwest College of Engineering was founded in Glen Ellyn, IL in 1967 by Dr. Alva C. Todd, a graduate of Illinois Institute of Technology. In 1986, the Midwest College of Engineering merged with Illinois Institute of Technology, which led to the formation of IIT's west-suburban Rice Campus in Wheaton, Illinois. The Daniel F. and Ada L. Rice Campus of Illinois Institute of Technology in Wheaton opened for classes in 1991.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Catherine Bruck, University Archivist