Bernice Williams at Interphase, 1974

Bernice Williams at Interphase, 1974
Courtesy MIT Museum

Bernice Williams '78 in art class during Project Interphase, Summer 1974.

Bernice Marie (Williams) Narvaez '78, a Project Interphase student, would major in Mechanical Engineering. During her time at MIT, she was a member of the Gospel Choir and the Cheerleading Club.  As an alum, she has served as a member of the Career Advisor Institute Career Assistance Network (ICAN) and the K-12 STEM Education Volunteer Network. Narvaez is a senior-level systems engineer and cybersecurity professional with several years of experience in software development. 


About Project Interphase

Established in 1969, Project Interphase (today Interphase EDGE) is a scholar enrichment program for incoming freshman. It includes a seven-week summer session as well as programming during the academic year to help ease the transition to MIT and to build community among new students.

Timeline: 1970s
School: School of Engineering
Department: Mechanical Engineering
Life: MIT Gospel Choir
Career: Arts & HumanitiesEducationEngineeringTechnology
Object: Image
Collection: Integration and Differentiation 1969-1994, Interphase, Students, Women