Friday – November 28, 2014

 

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LIBERAL ARTS/ COLLEGE TRANSFER PROGRAM EXPANSION

In the 1960s, students found Milwaukee Institute of Technology (MIT) classes an economical way to begin their four-year degree programs. New programs attracted students. Weekend College and TV College expanded opportunities.

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    Electronics Class, 1962.

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    Paul Witzke conducts a College of the Air broadcast in the 1960s.

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    The "Think" sign came with IBM computers as part of their promotional strategy in the 1960s.

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    District Director George Parkinson (right) meets with the MATC District Board, 1967.

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    MVS President George Parkinson (right) with plane donated to the college's aviation program.

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    Photography Studio,1960s.

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    School Council, 1960s.

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    Studying in the William F. Rasche Memorial Library, 1960.

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    Dr. Parkinson meets with students at the 1962 graduation.

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    The Continuing Education Building nears completion in 1965.