James C. Evans, 1925

James C. Evans, 1925
Courtesy MIT Museum

James C. Evans, Class of 1925

James Carmichael Evans '25 earned a Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering (Course VI) from MIT in 1925. During his time at the Institute, Evans worked as an instructor, who "helped with the grading and the tutoring of the classes," according to his classmate, Gustave M. Solomons '28.

Evans became a civilian assistant to the U.S. secretary of defense during the early 1960s. His son, James Carmichael (Mike) Evans, Jr. '63, SM '64, EE '67, PhD '7 also graduated from MIT in Electrical Engineering.

Timeline: 1920s
School: School of Engineering
Department: Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Career: Government & Law
Object: Photograph
Collection: Family, Order of Operations 1921-1945, Students, Technique Yearbook, The Solomons