University of Denver. Department of Physics
In 1981, the Physics Department offers Engineering degree.
CitationU031.0012, AcU- Engineering-Closing,Reopening
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Byron E. Cohn (1901-1993) was Professor of Physics and served as Chairman of the Physics Department at the University of Denver, Denver, Colo. His wife, Essie White Cohn (1902-1963) was Professor of Chemistry at the University of Denver from 1942-1963. They received undergraduate and masters degrees from the University of Denver and earned doctorates from the University of Chicago. Byron Cohn was instrumental in founding the Mt. Evans High Altitude Laboratory. Essie Cohn participated in...
Abstract Collection contains syllabi, degree and program information, reports, correspondence, news releases, proposals, annual reports, lab manuals, publications, the proceedings of the Echo Lake Cosmic Ray Symposium, Cosmic Ray Lab information, personal records, photographs, and administrative records related to the Department of Physics at the University of Denver.
Dates: Other: 1923-1996
Abstract The Inter-University High Altitude Labs (IUHAL) at Mount Evans (1935-1990) and Echo Lake (1948-1990) and were used for the study of cosmic rays. Seven universities including the University of Denver, Cornell, MIT, and Syracuse University collaborated under IUHAL. The labs remained under use by the University of Denver's (DU) Department of Physics and Astronomy until 1990, when they transferred to use under the Biology and Natural Sciences Departments at DU. The collection includes...
Abstract Alter, Administration Consider Bizad Parking. New Directories Available Today. Three Physics Professors Receive Appointments. Labor Commissioner Forsees More Jobs, More Competition. American Student Information Service Accepts Summer Employment Applications. BOG to Sponsor Football (!!) Rally. Winter Quarter Registration Will Begin Thursday, Jan. 2. Placements Office Offers Services. Final Issue.
Dates: 1963 November 22
Abstract Election Time Hits Campus as AUSA Applications Open. Guest Lecture Professor Accepts Humanities Chair. Apportionment Amendment Recommended by Group May Upset Upcoming AUSA Elections. Smothers Brothers Entertain DU Audiences. Physics Authority is Visiting Lecturer.
Dates: 1964 March 31
Abstract Death of Student Prompts Memorial Loan Organization. Revision Made in CCC Honor Code – The Commission Acquiesces to Demand for Amendments. Security Installs QZ Code System for Tracking Calls. Students Respond with Wide Okay of Health Service. DU Physics Dept. Names Beers As Adjunct Professor. Approval Given to Establishment of an ATO Company. Senate Ax. Religious Council Sponsors Event.
Dates: 1965 January 29