University of Northern Colorado
The State Normal School, Greeley, Colo., was established in 1889. The name was changed in 1911 to Colorado State Teachers College; in 1935 to Colorado State College of Education; in 1957 to Colorado State College; and in 1970 to University of Northern Colorado.
Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Sabra Maas interviews George Varra in Fort Collins, Colorado on March 6, 2003. Mr. Varra discusses his work as Water Commissioner for Fort Collins, and the effects of drought on water management in the Cache la Poudre River Basin.
Dates: 2003 March 6; Digitization: 2006 July 19; Coverage: 1977-2003
Abstract John Arthur Love (1916-2002) was governor of Colorado from 1962-1973. His gubernatorial terms saw increases in spending for education and pollution control, as well as the first state law legalizing abortion, and a "sunshine law", which opened government meetings to the public. After leaving the governorship, he became Director of the Office of Energy Policy under President Richard M. Nixon. He later served as CEO and Director of the Denver-based Ideal Basic Industries, taught...
Abstract Sabra Maas interviews Norm Evans in Fort Collins, Colorado on April 24, 2003. Dr. Evans discusses his experiences as a member of the Fort Collins Water Board and the Water Quality Control Commission.
Dates: 2003 April 24; Digitization: 2006 July 18
Abstract Scott Headley interviews Neil S. Grigg in Fort Collins, Colorado on January 30, 2004. Dr. Grigg discusses the history of water development and use on the Cache la Poudre River, and water management issues he encountered during his tenure on the Fort Collins Water Board in the 1980's.
Dates: 2004 January 30; Digitization: 2006 July 18; Coverage: 1980-1981