Annual Centennial Dinner Programs: 1963 (Recipient of Medal Edward Teller), 1967 (Recipient of Medal Donald Hornig), 1968 (Recipient of Medal Michael Hader); 1969 Centennial Dinner Invitation (Recipient of Medal Edward Cole);
Pamphlet of speech given by Dr. Lee A. DuBridge Recipient of Medal in 1962);
School of Engineering - Pennsylvania Military College - clippings 1962 about proposed Engineering Building,
Survey of Education for Engineering,
Objectives of Engineering Program,
Viewbook of Engineering Program,
1963 - 1964 Bulletin,
Pamphlets 1963 - 1967;
PMC Colleges - Press Release 1971 about student designed electric car, Graduate Study Courses 1968 - 1970, Bulletin 1967 - 1968 & 1968 - 1969, Pamphlets 1966 - 1971;
Widener College - Brochures on Internship Program 1969 - 1971, Pamphlets, Clippings and dates of Press Releases 1970 - 1971
Senior Project Presentation Programs 1965 - 1975, 1980. 1982, 1986;
Operation Crossroad 1971 - pamphlets, procedures, application, clippings, television press release;
A completed questionnaire for review of Engineering Curriculum of School of Engineering of PMC Colleges 1969;
Reports 1966 - 1967 - grade distribution, enrollment, degree data, curriculum, and more.
Engineering Alumni comments excerpted from letters, Fall 1970
Fall 1970 Impact Magazine featuring the School of Engineering, includes small booklet on Conversion Factors for the Engineer, 1964
The following are important dates in the history of the engineering program at Pennsylvania Military College and Widener:
Pennsylvania Military Academy (1862 - 1892):
1865 Scientific Curriculum at Pennsylvania Military College was given an engineering direction for the first time.
1867 First class of three engineers graduated with the degree of Bachelor of Civil Engineering.
1868 Pennsylvania Military College began offering the degree of Civil Engineer, with more mathematics and scientific studies required than had been previously for the B.S. in Civil Engineering.
Pennsylvania Military College (1892 - 1966):
1934 Degree returned to being a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.
1947 Pennsylvania Military College was divided into two divisions, the College Division and the Engineering Division
PMC Colleges (1966 - 1972):
1966 Masters of Engineering Program started. The first two graduates received a Master of Engineering Degree in Systems Engineering.
1966 Undergraduate program in Engineering accredited by the Engineering Council for Professional Development.
1967 The Engineering Division was renamed the School of Engineering
1967 The graduate program in Engineering received approval by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Public Instruction.
Widener College (1972 - 1979):
1972 The School of Engineering was renamed the Center of Engineering
Widener University (1979 - present):
1982 The Center of Engineering was renamed the School of Engineering
The above material was taken from Dr. Clarence Moll's thesis "A History of Pennsylvania Military College, 1821 - 1954" and from institutional Course Catalogs.