Early life and education
Career in Architecture
Mabel K. Babcock (1862-1931), received her degree from MIT in 1908. She had not only an active practice but also taught landscape architecture courses at Wellesley College from 1910-1914.
Major Buildings and Projects
Among her best known designs are the MIT President’s garden and Great Court, and the campuses at Wellesley and Bates College in Maine.
Press and Awards