Prof. Tunney Lee and students, 1975

Prof. Tunney Lee and students, 1975
Photo: Calvin Campbell | MIT News Office

Tunney Lee (rear center), associate professor of urban design, [in the Urban Studio, guiding] architecture and planning students in a study in 1975 of the Dudley Station area in Boston, which was on the verge of extensive change through the removal of elevated tracks and relocation of the station. Here the group lunches with three high school students (in the foreground) from the black community to get their ideas on how the neighborhood should be developed for the good of all.

MIT in Perspective: A pictorial history of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Little, Brown and Company, 1975) by Francis E Wylie [p. 63]

Timeline: 1970s
School: School of Architecture and Planning
Department: ArchitectureUrban Studies and Planning
Career: CommunityEducation
Object: Image
Collection: Faculty, Integration and Differentiation 1969-1994, STEM Education, Students