Phi Beta Kappa
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents From the Series: Series 1 includes general administration materials and extensive correspondence between Henry A. Buchtel and William G. Evans, son of Colorado Governor and University of Denver founder John Evans, and who was a long-time University Board of Trustees' Chairman. Also included in Series 1 is correspondence between Buchtel and Presidents Theodore Roosevelt and William Howard Taft.
Overview Dr. Charles Merrifield Keynote Speaker at DU Leadership Conference on May 20, 1955. Bonnie Johnson is serving as co-chairman of the Leadership Conference. Asa Hilliard is the ODK member elected to be co-chairman of the conference scheduled for Pinecrest. Leadership schedule listed. Due to a flood at Pinecrest, the Leadership conference was changed to Camp Wilaha, near Idaho Springs, Colorado. Jack Deeter is temporary president/chairman of 1955-1956 Student Senate. New Phi Beta Kappas named....
Dates: 1955 May 20
Overview Housing Policy Changed – 21-year-old Coeds eligible to move in. Outstanding Coeds Announced at Annual AWS Banquet Event – Sally Griffith Klendshoj was named “Miss University of Denver” and Dr. Dorothy Humiston was chosen as the University’s outstanding faculty woman. Two DU’ers Initiated into Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society on March 15, 1956. Norma Jean Carpenter receives the Georgia Crowell Cup from Kappa Delta.
Dates: 1956 March 2
Overview Leadership Confab Begins Today in Estes. Top ROTC Candidates Cited at Annual Awards Ceremony. Scholastic Society Elects Fifteen Seniors, One Junior to Membership. IFC Names Queen, Top Alum. Committee Announces Homecoming Deadlines. CC Convocation Tuesday. Miss DU, Outstanding Alum Chosen – Arlene Belafonte was named Miss DU; Bob Lotito was named Outstanding Alumnus of the Year.
Dates: 1957 May 24
Overview Phi Beta Kappa Hears Director, Founder of Mental Health Academy. Final Instructions Released for June Commencement. University to Host National Methodist Youth Confab. Chancellor Discusses…Widespread Interest in Education. Outstanding Musicians.
Dates: 1957 June 4
Overview Greeks Stage Musical Farce Tonight. May Days Show Opens Auditions of Student Talent. Queen Coronation Tops Holiday Fete; Dancers to Enjoy Continuous Music. “God in History” Theme of Palm Sunday Chapel. Air Defense Chief of Staff Guest of “Focus” Discussion. “Reluctant Debutante” Well Received During Tour of Area Army Bases. AEC Grant Allows Nuclear Expansion. Phi Beta Kappa Selects Wolfe, Ehly as Members. Weekend Ski Report.
Dates: 1958 March 28
Overview Carol Koehler chosen as “Miss DU”, IFC Picks Outstanding Greek Alum. Phi Beta Kappa Selects Thirteen, Two Faculty Memberships Given. Law Center Building Fund Receives $100,000 Bequest. Opera Workshop of Lamont School Offers Mozart’s “Marriage of Figaro”. Cass Poetry Prizes Awarded Today. Seniors Move to Complete Furnishing of '58 Room Gift. Art Students Schedule Exhibit. “Accents” Winners in Amateur Hour. CCC Union Board.
Dates: 1958 May 20
Overview Student Y Group Planning Unique, Practical Project. Union Cafeteria May be Leased, Board Announces. Phi Beta Kappa to Initiate Three Grads. Annual Brotherhood Week to Open on Campus April 5. Date Songs For Twilight Swing Due Changed. Panel Critique Closes Second Legislative Meet. Spring Quarter Registration Set for March 30, 31. C. McLaughlin, Hurt in Accident, Recovering Well.
Dates: 1959 March 13
Overview Math Major Martin E. Ryan Nominated for Membership in Phi Beta Kappa Society. Homecoming Committee Sets up 1959 Rules Many Requirements and Deadlines to be Met. Rhodes to Give Sermon on Security and Religion. Band Fraternity Sponsors Dance After DU Game. Placements Offer Jobs. K-Book Staff Starts Work Next Monday. DU Student Senate Holds Kick-Off Dinner; Schedule Freshman Elections for Oct. 29. Clarion Copies Found on Campi.
Dates: 1959 September 25