Clarence G. Williams with educators at conference, 1970s

Clarence G. Williams with educators at conference, 1970s
Photo: Margo Foote, courtesy MIT Musuem

Clarence G. Williams (2nd from left), Special Assistant to the President and Chancellor for Minority Affairs at MIT, checks the day's itinerary with three of some 30 guests of the MIT Graduate School who met to discuss recruitment of minority students attending black colleges in the South for graduate programs at MIT. Shown with Dr. Williams are (left to right): Dr. Frederick S. Humphries, director of the Thirteen-College Curriculum Program and vice president of its parent organization, the Institute for Services to Education; Dr. Darlene Huddleston of Tennessee A&T State University, Nashville, TN; and Dr. Eunice Moore of Clark College, Atlanta, GA.

Timeline: 1970s
Department: Administration
Career: Education
Object: Image
Collection: Administrators, Clarence G. Wiliams, Conferences, HBCUs, Integration and Differentiation 1969-1994, Recruitment