Interphase trigonometry class, 1975

Interphase trigonometry class, 1975
Photo: Calvin Campbell/MIT News Office, Courtesy MIT Museum

Interphase instructor Gary Wilkes '74, SM '76 teaches trigonometry, July 1972.

 

Wilton Madison and Tomás González, 1975
Photo: Calvin Campbell/MIT News Office, Courtesy MIT Museum

"It's easy," said Interphase instructor Gary Wilkes ['74, SM '76] from the front of the room as he challenged Wilton Madison (left) and Tomás González ['80, SM '83] with review trigonometry problems. Program tutor Delonia Watson ['78] (lower right) assisted with the afternoon class in study skills.

Tech Talk, 9 July 1975


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
Career: EducationMathematics
Object: Photograph
Collection: Integration and Differentiation 1969-1994, Interphase, Latina/o and Latin America, Mentorship, Students