Lamm, Richard D.
Born in Madison, Wisconsin, Richard Douglas "Dick" Lamm studied at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of California. He has been on the faculty of the University of Denver since 1969 and is currently co-director of the Institute for Public Policy Studies there. He was Governor of Colorado from 1975 to 1987. He has written numerous books, especially on health care and politics.
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Photographic image of Chancellor Dwight Smith, Governor Richard (Dick) Lamm, and donor Leo Block. Chancellor Smith is wearing academic regalia. On the University of Denver campus, 1987.
Overview Photographic image of Chancellor Dwight Smith and Governor Dick Lamm with five unidentified men at the Denver Capitol Building for the signing of the Tuition Bill. Lamm is seated behind a desk and smiling as he holds up the bill; the other men stand behind him. On May 4th, 1986.
Dates: 1986 May 4
Overview Robert McNamara had a conversation with students in Lindsay Auditorium in Sturm Hall on February 13, 2001.
Overview Color print of University of Denver Chancellor Ross Pritchard talking to Colorado Governor Richard Lamm and his wife Dottie Lamm.
Overview Text of the commencement address titled "The Uncompetitive Society" by Colorado Governor Richard D. Lamm, delivered at the University of Denver, June 7, 1986.
Dates: 1986 December 7
Overview Program for the University of Denver doctoral, graduate and undergraduate commencement ceremony, August 16, 1996. Honorary degree recipients: Clayton F. Freiheit, Doctor of Humane Letters, Phillip D. Winn, founder of the University of Denver's Bridge Project, Richard D. Lamm, Director of the Center for Contemporary Issues, University of Denver. Remarks by: Richard D. Lamm, closing remarks by: Daniel L. Ritchie, Chancellor of the University.
Dates: 1996 August 16
Overview Program for the University of Denver doctoral, graduate and undergraduate commencement ceremony, June 7, 1986. Honorary degree recipients: Bill Daniels, Doctor of Humane Letters; Richard Douglas Lamm, Doctor of Humane Letters. Remarks were given by: Dwight M. Smith, Chancellor of the University.
Dates: 1986 June 7