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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.


University 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 26 Collections and/or Records:

The Denver Clarion, vol. 69, issue 10, 1964 October 20

Identifier: clarion_v069i10_19641020
Overview The University of Colorado retaliates. Leadership Conference Sparks Argumentation and Questions. Engineering Magazine Lauded Presented Three Nat’l Awards. Court Appointments. Fitch Heads List of Musical Events with Wed. Recital. Goddess Candidates.
Dates: 1964 October 20

The Denver Clarion, vol. 69, issue 31, 1965 February 12

Identifier: clarion_v069i31_19650212
Overview News Analysis – IFC’s Senatorial Puppets Dictate Selection of May Says Chairman. Tentative Plans Foresee Centennial Towers III. Engineer’s Day – Seminar Highlights Activity. Bowl Competition Pits 4 Professors Against Students. Program Changed DU Band Cancels Viet Nam Concert. After Concert Dance.
Dates: 1965 February 12

The Denver Clarion, vol. 69, issue 33, 1965 February 19

Identifier: clarion_v069i33_19650219
Overview Winter Carnival – Baldwin, Blom Reign. Engineers’ Day Festivities Next Week; Awards, Dance Queen. Pre-Registration Schedule Planned for March 1 to 10.” The Merry Wives of Windsor” Opens Wednesday in Theater. KVDU – FM Frequency Needed. Bulletin.
Dates: 1965 February 19

The Denver Clarion, vol. 69, issue 35, 1965 February 26

Identifier: clarion_v069i35_19650226
Overview Battle Looms in IFC Elections. 500,00th Book – DU Nearer to Membership Goal. Cramp for May Days’ Style: Elaborate Booths go Spartan. Engineers’ Day – Annual Celebration in Swing. Centennial Clarion.
Dates: 1965 February 26

The Denver Clarion, vol. 70, issue 18, 1965 November 23

Identifier: clarion_v070i18_19651123
Overview Entire Chemical Engineering Faculty Resigns – Sudden Walkout Leaves only DRI. Miller Confirms Prof Resignations. Pace Initiates Football Plans. To Picket – Sheriff Clark Attracts DU Students. Security to Encourage Use of Evans Stoplight. Holiday for Clarion.
Dates: 1965 November 23

The Denver Clarion, vol. 70, issue 19, 1965 November 30

Identifier: clarion_v070i19_19651130
Overview For G.S.I.S. Building – Groundbreaking Set for Friday. Prepayment Set for Final Week. Hardegree Returns from D.C.; Attacks U.S. Viet Nam Position. Chem. Faculty Discusses Resignation Problems. First Day Violations on East Iliff Excused. One More Clarion.
Dates: 1965 November 30

The Denver Clarion, vol. 70, issue 26, 1966 January 26

Identifier: clarion_v070i26_19660126
Overview Space Science Lab Set. Dean Day Submits Plan to Rebuild Chem. Eng. NATO Briefing Tickets Ready. Effective in ’66 – Committee Drops Science and Modern Life. 4 Offices Vacant; Applications Open. Congratulations.
Dates: 1966 January 26

The Denver Clarion, vol. 71, issue 8, 1966 October 14

Identifier: clarion_v071i08_19661014
Overview Chem. Engineering – Department Gets Personnel. Valparaiso Fraternities Move to Break Away from Nationals. Frosh Election Applications Due Monday, Oct. 17.
Dates: 1966 October 14

The Denver Clarion, vol. 73, issue 19, 1968 November 8

Identifier: clarion_v073i19_19681108
Overview Autonomy from Trustees sought by AUSA Senate. Class presence omitted. Latin American reception starts “International ‘69’” K-Book contracts due. Dr. Barbato discloses emergency procedures. Engineers gain grant.
Dates: 1968 November 8

The Denver Clarion, vol. 73, issue 44, 1969 February 10

Identifier: clarion_v073i44_19690210
Overview Beer finally approved; City grants BOG license. Joan Baez to speak on draft resistance. Research Institute houses computers. Winter Carnival committees away Flake Out beginning. Commission sponsors Engineering Symposium. Nat Hentoff slated Thursday.
Dates: 1969 February 10