University of Denver. School of Engineering
School of Engineering is established in 1919 but later discontinued in 1973. In 1975, Office of Engineering referral services is established. The College of Engineering was is reinstated under the Physics Department in 1983, after taking a 10 year hiatus.
CitationUniversity of Denver Bulletin, Vol. 20, No. 7, July 1919; Card Catalog. Administration- Board of Trustees.
Breck, A.D. (1996). From the rockies to the world (pg. 183). U031.0012, AcU- Engineering-Closing,Reopening
Ellen Rubright, “DU is Graduating Engineers for First Time Since ’73,” The University of Denver Clarion, vol. 89, no. 12, October 20, 1983, 1.
Dept. of Civil and Mechanical Engineering combined in 1964.
Sources Card Catalog – Academic Units.
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Coeds pick Morton Roth as Dream Man. The College of Engineering will have Engineer’s Day on February 25, 1955. Three women in the race for A and S Woman Senator – Nancy Shiperd the newest candidate. Chancellor Alter commends Denver. Harrison Salisbury, foreign correspondent for the New York Times will present a lecture for the series on Mass Media and Foreign Policy. Freshman stage dance on February 19, 1955 – theme is “Ebony and Ivory”. Tax help offered.
Overview 32 Pioneer Students named to Who’s Who in American Colleges. Engineer’s Day Festivities. Patty Baker honored as Miss Denver U for 1955 – she received the honor at the Associated Women Students’ (AWS) banquet. Suzanne Dress named as outstanding junior woman of the year and the newly elected president of AWS on the UPC. Miss Esther Dimchevsky was presented with the Faculty Award at the AWS banquet.
Overview DU’s Murray Armstrong Honored – Hockey Leader Named “Coach of the Year”. Engineers Making Final Plans for Annual Exhibition Event. Winners Named in RM Speech Conference. Denver U Alums Launch Annual Fund Drive. Engine Queen Finalists. Women Students Hold Nominations for Officers. RILW Coordinator Applications.
Overview Women in the News’ Take Over Campus Activities Next Week. Greek Holidays Postponed a Week to March 7, 8. Annual Engineers’ Fete Opens Today. Summer Employment Handbook Available. Yul Brynner Receives Award. Professor to Hold TV Discussion on Novels. Engineers’ Day Program to Emphasize Scientific Research and New Machines. Hungarian Teams to Perform in Union Sunday. Greek Royalty (Greek Holiday Queen Finalists).
Overview Women in Review – Breakfast Opens DU Women’s Week. Glenn Jackson Feted as Outstanding Senior During Engineer's Day. Editor, In a Drool, Interviews Cool Yul, Finds He’s Nobody’s Fool. Madam Will You Walk Next Theater Product. Arlene Belefonte, was elected Engineer’s Queen.
Overview Critical Letter – Bookstore Must Show Profit According to University Staff. Student Senate Schedules Query of DU Bookstore. Automat Bows to Personalized Services. Engineers’ Day Planned. Noted Speakers to Offer Lectures as Guests of Iliff. Three Big Ten Schools Withdraw from Hockey League in Protest. Four Students Recipients of Rabbi Kauvar Award. DU-CC Hockey Tickets.
Overview Engineers Take “Trip to Moon” – Department Exhibits, Displays Range From Matador to Musical Fountain. Affairs Board Vetoes Union Enlargement. Senate Approves Frosh Camp; Invites Applications for Chairmen. Queen Candidates Enter Final Judging - Kynewisbok’s Queenly Crew. “Freedom” Topic of Sunday Chapel Talk by Dr. Hall. May Days Committee Heads Chosen; Weekly Meetings Held to Plan Event. Foothills Deadline Today for Winter Contribution. Weekend Ski Report.
Overview Civic Center Elects Today – Class and Bizad Officers Run Again in New Downtown Vote. Rollie Bradford Honored by IFC. An Urgent Message. Eleven Engineering Students Honored at Annual College Honor Convocation. NH Honors Scholars. K-Book Out Thursday in UPC Union Lounge and CCC Auditorium. 20 Business Administration Students Receive Awards and Scholarships at Sixth Bizad Honors Convocation. Last Clarion.
Overview Luce to Judge Kynewisbok Queen; Nominations Deadline Thursday; First Judging to be Held Sunday. Agnostics Begins "I Beleive" Series of Chapel Talks. A date to remember - Caterpillar Interviews for Engineers, February 5, 1960. Cigarette Ad.
Note: Pages 1 and 2 are missing.
Note: Pages 1 and 2 are missing.
Overview Quiet Senate Debates Proposed Constitution. Education Relief Bill Defeated. Send Spur-o-gram Valentine’s Day. Centennial Engineers’ Week Theme: One Hundred Years of Engineering. Classes Dismissed. Insurance Foundation Donates Scholarships.