Lindell, Edward A.
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box: U045.0026
File — Box: U006.0063
Abstract Box 63 contains documents collected by Dean Edward A Lindell during his time as Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. This includes some general correspondence and papers. Topics do not all cover Arts and Sciences, but include departments like GSIS, Chair Meetings, Computer Centers, the Central City Opera House, and SALA (Southwest Alliance for Latin America).
Dates: 1971 - 1974
Abstract Program for the University of Denver undergraduate, graduate and doctoral commencement ceremony, August 15, 1975. Honorary degree recipient: Edward Albert Lindell, doctor of Humane Letters, he has served since 1965 as Dean of the University of Denver College of Arts and Sciences. Conferring of degrees: Maurice B. Mitchell, Chancellor of the University.
Dates: 1975 August 15
Abstract Menhelsohn Explains Theory to Traffic Safety Conference. Campers Hear Lindell - “Next Four Years Opportunity to Search for Constancies Amid Changing World”. Frosh Hold Nominations for Officers; Four Vacant Offices on Election Slate. Porter, Students Discuss Possibility of Time Capsule. Owens to Talk Today to IRC on “Birmingham-Aftermath!” Parliamentary Law Classes Begin Oct. 2 in Boettcher Aud. Attention, Seniors.
Dates: 1963 October 1
Abstract Dr. Lindell, Neri Named 1964 “Outstanding” Award Winners. University Peace Corps Center to Train Venezuelan Volunteers. DU, Northwestern to Fete Birthday of Founder Events. New Senators Have Busy First Meeting. Parents Register for Instructive Weekend Today.
Dates: 1964 May 8
Abstract Convocation – Dr. Toynbee Delivers Address. Lindell Attacks Campers’ Values; Derides Fun-Seeking Way of Life. Freshman Camp Panelists Push DU’s Cultural Outlets. Admissions Office Reports 6843 Enrollment Figure. AUSA Petitions Due Friday. College Called Academic Morass.
Dates: 1964 September 29
Abstract New A and S Dean Announced – Edward Lindell Selected by Chancellor Alter. Teach-In – State Department Envoy Arrives. Ford Fellows Program Selected Eighteen New MA Candidates. 1965 Kynewisboks Distributed June 9.
Dates: 1965 May 28
Abstract Parents Visit Campus. Official K-Book Studios Clarified. Revised AUSA Election Code Passed by Senate Committee. Lindell Attends – Conferences Prompted by Riots. Stomachs Rumble.
Dates: 1965 October 15
Abstract Break addresses SOAR parents. Lindell’s memo indicates rise in student cheating. Economic group pushes foreign investment in US. “Charlie Brown” opens Thursday. July Soar attracts largest crowd ever. Rec program offers movie, tennis tournaments.
Dates: 1973 July 25