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Perdue, James Everett

 Person

Dean of DU's College of Art and Sciences was selcted to the executive committee of the American Conference of Academic Deans (1960).
Takes job with State University of New York (1965).

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Corrected Copy University of Denver (Colorado Seminary) Commencement Program: June Eleventh, 1965, 1965 June 11

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Identifier: U138.0002.0023.00002
Overview Corrected copy of the program for the University of Denver undergraduate, graduate and doctoral Commencement ceremony, June Eleventh, Nineteen Hundred Sixty-five at Ten o'clock. Honorary degree recipients: John Alexander Hill, Doctor of Laws, he graduated from the University of Denver in 1928 and in 1953 was awarded the Evans Medal by the University of Denver Alumni Association; James Everett Perdue, Doctor of Laws, in 1946 he joined the University of Denver as assistant professor of social...
Dates: 1965 June 11

Group Portrait of Faculty and Staff, between 1953-1966

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Identifier: U201.01.0086.0022.00001
Overview Group portrait of a large group of University of Denver faculty, staff, and administration at a retreat. The individuals are arranged in three rows, with the back two rows standing and the front row seated; visible in the background are a house with log shingles and a 1950s-type automobile.
Dates: between 1953-1966

Homecoming Traditions - Chancellor's Red Vest, 1953 November

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Identifier: U201.01.0099.0008.00003
Overview University of Denver College of Arts and Sciences Dean James E. Perdue helps Chancellor Chester M. Alter into his traditional red vest for Homecoming 1953, which was in Alter's first homecoming as Chancellor of DU.
Dates: 1953 November

The Denver Clarion, vol. 36, issue 25, 1960 January 22

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Identifier: clarion_v036i25_19600122
Overview Students to Register Now in “Y” and Religious Office for Y-Sponsored Firesides. “American Image” Overseas Varies, Notes Dr. Johnson. Delta Phi Epsilon Colonizes at DU; to Officially Activate This Spring. Inter-Hall to Hold “Ski-Jump” Dance. KVDU Program Changes Made. Perdue Elected to Committee.
Dates: 1960 January 22

The Denver Clarion, vol. 69, issue 24, 1965 January 19

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Identifier: clarion_v069i24_19650119
Overview Vacancy in A and S College – Perdue Takes Job With State University of New York. Playful Pledges Make Away With Women From All Seven Sororities. Final Week Changes – Proposal Pending Approval. Washington Revisited With Chip Attending Inauguration. French Club. Notice.
Dates: 1965 January 19

The Denver Clarion, vol. 69, issue 57, 1965 June 1

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Identifier: clarion_v069i57_19650601
Overview 100 Finishers – Teach-In Draws Crowd. Three Year Master Scholarships Awarded to Four University of Denver Sophomores. Wednesday Deadline. Dean Perdue to Address ’65 Graduation Program.
Dates: 1965 June 1

"The Post-Modern Mind", 1965 June 11

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Identifier: U138.0002.0023.00003
Overview Text of the commencement address, "The Post-Modern Mind", by the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, James E. Perdue, delivered at the University of Denver, June 11, 1965.
Dates: 1965 June 11

University of Denver (Colorado Seminary) Commencement Program: June 11, 1965, 1965 June 11

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Identifier: U138.0002.0023.00001
Overview Program for the University of Denver undergraduate, graduate and doctoral Commencement ceremony, June 11, 1965 at Ten o'clock. Honorary degree recipients: John Alexander Hill, Doctor of Laws, he graduated from the University of Denver in 1928 and in 1953 was awarded the Evans Medal by the University of Denver Alumni Association; James Everett Perdue, Doctor of Laws, in 1946 he joined the University of Denver as assistant professor of social sciences and has been active in the development of a...
Dates: 1965 June 11