University of Denver. Social Science Foundation
Funded by real estate and cash gifts to the University of Denver from James H. Causey in 1923; formally established in 1926 as the Foundation for the Advancement of the Social Sciences; renamed Social Science Foundation in 1941. Butler, N.M. Addresses delivered under the auspices of the Foundation for the Advancement of the Social Sciences of the University of Denver at Denver, Colorado, December 12, 1927. Koo, T.Z. Addresses delivered under the auspices of the Foundation for the Advancement of the Social Sciences of the University of Denver at Denver, Colorado, April 22-24-26, 1929. Shafroth, M. Social Science Foundation of the University of Denver : a monograph. [1941?] Saurwein, V.F. History of the Social Science Foundation of the University of Denver with emphasis on the adult education program. 1952. Its Social Science Foundation of the University of Denver, 1923-1954. [1955?] Emerson, R. Political modernization : the single-party system. 1963: t.p. (pub. Denver : Social Science Foundation, University of Denver) Cherrington, B. M. Social Science Foundation of the University of Denver, 1926-1951 : a personal reminiscence. 1973
Social Science Foundation (Foundation for Advancement of Social Sciences) established in 1926.
Sources Card Catalog. Administration- Board of Trustees; Board of Trustees Minutes – Volume L-M: page 141-142.
Jointly sponsoring the 24th Annual Colorado State High Schoolo International RelationsConference with the World Understanding Committee of the Colorado Education Association (1957).
Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Ben Mark Cherrington (1885-1980) served as acting Chancellor of the University of Denver, Denver, Colorado from October 1943 to February 1946. He also served as Director of the University of Denver Graduate School of International Studies and as Chair of the Graduate School. He waa a founder and the first exceutive director for the board of the Social Science Foundation. Cherrington was also an author of the Charter of the United Nations, and a co-founder of the United Nations Educational...
Dates: 1911-1952; Majority of material found in 1911-1952
File — Box: U334.__.0001
Overview Contains annual report of the Social Science Foundation to the Social Science Foundation Board of Directors. Also contains ledger and journal of the Social Science Foundation found in U334.02.0001.
Overview Contains annual report of the Social Science Foundation to the Social Science Foundation Board of Directors. Table of Contents includes:the contents includes: Financial statement, seminars, International Relations Library, occasional lectures, conferences, radio program, Rocky Mountain Committee on Nuclear Energy, Department of State Publications, speaking engagements and publications of the staff, and appendices.
Overview Zellerbach Next Speaker; Industry’s Stake in World Affairs Evaluated in Talk. J.D. Zellerbach president of the multi-million dollar Crown-Zellerbach corporation, will give a lecture at the DU Social Science Foundation series on January 30, 1956. Ethnology of North America – Students to Enroll in Course via Television. Ugly Man Contest is Feature of Student United Fund Drive, to be held on February 8, 1956. Dr. W.M. Stowe - “We Live in a Disturbed World,” States Religious Keynoter in Talk. DUers...
Dates: 1956 January 27
Overview May Days Point System Disclosed. Dr. Jack R. Gibb to Highlite Confab. Mrs. Catherine Ludy Davies Chosen for Trip to Germany in Spring. Student Union Invaded by “Phony Bandits” and Denver Police Force. Students Vote Today, AUSA Constitution. SSF Presents Final Lecture on Current World Affairs.
Dates: 1956 April 20
Overview Class nominations on October 11, 1955 – Arts and Science in Little Theater, Bizad in Room 247 and Engineers in E1-1. Dr. Margaret Mead is first Social Science Foundation Lecturer on October 17, 1955. Chancellor Alter welcomes US Air Academy. Paul Plath named “Apron King” at Fall Ball. Homecoming Chairmen to meet in Pioneer Room. Patricia Beck, was featured as a cover girl on a woman’s magazine in Spain. Sponsor Corps Deadline; Voting by Cadets October 15, 1955. All-School Dance hosted by Kappa...
Dates: 1955 October 11