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University of Denver. Graduate School of International Studies

 Organization

Sources

Social Science Foundation began in 1926. In 1949 name change from International Relations to International Studies. In 1964 became GSIS - Graduate School of International Studies.

In October 1968, The Ford Foundation gives $200,000 grant to Graduation School of International Studies.

In 1970, Robert Good is appointed Dean of the Graduate School of International Studies.

Citation

“Ford Foundation gives $200,000 to International Studies School,” The University of Denver Clarion, vol. 72, no. 55, May 17, 1968, 1.
Graduate College of International Studies started in 1964.
Sources Card Catalog – Academic Units-Anthropology / Applied Social Sciences 9-8-1930: est. vol. l-m p.399; Monty Hoyt, “Grad IR Studies School Formed, Will Not Replace Undergrad IR,” The University of Denver Clarion, vol. 68, no. 57, May 22, 1964, 1.

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Africa Today Records

 Collection
Identifier: M021
Abstract Africa Today is a quarterly journal of contemporary African affairs featuring scholarly essays and book reviews covering topics such as African politics, culture, economics and anthropology. The journal was first published bimonthly in 1954 as the bulletin for the American Committee on Africa (ACOA). The publication changed to a quarterly publication in 1959. In 1966, publication was transferred to the Graduate School of International Studies (GSIS) at the University of Denver, Denver,...
Dates: 1954-1998

Graduate School of International Studies, 1967-1977

 File
Identifier: M028.02.0007.0036
Abstract Types of Materials: Correspondence, memos, proposal, meeting minutes
Dates: 1967-1977

Graduate School of International Studies – Dean Search, 1977

 File
Identifier: M028.02.0007.0037
Abstract Types of Materials: Correspondence, memos
Dates: 1977

Memorandum to Concerned Colleagues from George W. Shaphers, Jr., 1970 May 18

 Item
Identifier: U219.03.0003.0017.00006
Abstract Memorandum from George W. Shepherd, Jr. of GSIS. He discusses Kent State, the problem of too many blacks being sent to Vietnam, and how to deal with campus protests without resorting to violence. He states that in general, campuses where protests were met with understanding and sympathy there was no violence. Hardline responses were not effective.
Dates: 1970 May 18

Statement from Students and Faculty of the Graduate School of International Studies, 1970

 Item
Identifier: U219.03.0003.0017.00010
Abstract Statement from the Students and Faculty of the Graduate School of International Studies stating they (with several dissenters) condemn the action of Chancellor Mitchell about Woodstock. It goes on to point out the variances between statements and actions.
Dates: 1970

University of Denver Student Condoleezza Rice, between 1969-1974

 Item
Identifier: U201.03.0011.0023.00001
Abstract University of Denver student Condoleezza Rice poses for a portrait in Denver, Colorado. Rice was a student in the Graduate School of International Studies (GSIS).
Dates: between 1969-1974

University of Denver Student Condoleezza Rice, between 1969-1974

 Item
Identifier: U201.03.0011.0023.00002
Abstract University of Denver student Condoleezza Rice poses for a portrait in Denver, Colorado. Rice was a student in the Graduate School of International Studies (GSIS).
Dates: between 1969-1974

University of Denver Student Condoleezza Rice, 1974

 Item
Identifier: U201.03.0011.0023.00003
Abstract University of Denver (DU) student Condoleezza Rice poses for a portrait in Denver, Colorado. Rice was a student in the DU Graduate School of International Studies (GSIS).
Dates: 1974