Carola Eisenberg and Albert Oliver Jr., 1975

Carola Eisenberg and Albert Oliver Jr., 1975
Francis E. Wylie/Little, Brown and Company

Dr. Carola B. Eisenberg, dean of student affairs, and student Albert L. Oliver, Jr. '76 compare needlepoint projects depicting the MIT seal, ca. 1975.

The first woman to be dean for student affairs, Dr. Carola B. Eisenberg, was appointed in 1972. In her leisure she does needlepoint and she discovered that at the same time she was working on a version of the MIT seal, a student, Albert L. Oliver Jr. ['76, Architecture], had undertaken the same project.

MIT in Perspective: A pictorial history of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Little, Brown and Company, 1975) by Francis E Wylie [p. 148]

Timeline: 1970s
School: School of Architecture and Planning
Department: Architecture
Career: Arts & HumanitiesCommunityEducation
Object: Image
Collection: Administrators, Integration and Differentiation 1969-1994, Students, Women