DU International Relations professor and 1958 University lecturer will speak on New Findings of Archive Study (April 1958).
Newly appointed director of the DU Social Science Foundation talks on Co-existence now feasible (1959).
Delivers Address at DU's 1961 Alumni Lecture.
Takes a leave of absence in Fall 1962, to conduct a seminar at St. Anthony's College in Oxford.
Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Korbel Talks On World Unity – Co-existence Now Feasible States DU Foundation head. DU Student Delegates Invited to Attend National “Voice of Youth” Annual Confab. DU Greek Groups to Sponsor Drive for Girls’ Chapel. A and S Commission Presents Screen. Journalism Head to Talk at Meet. Quarter’s Last Clarion Tuesday. Panel Sets Tea.
Dates: 1959 November 20
Abstract NSA Affiliation Defeated – Wright Motion Lacks Majority. Yuletide Vespers Ends Fall Season. Nuclear Specialist and Minister to Speak at Centennial Lecture. Korbel to Deliver Address at DU’s 1961 Alumni Lecture. Seniors Note.
Dates: 1961 December 1
Abstract Senators Appoint 1962 Coordinators. At Founders’ Day Fete – Tate Seeks Re-avowal. Zain Lecture to Consider Neutral Goals. Korbel to Conduct Oxford Seminars. CARE Objective: $1,000 by this evening. Yearbook Pioneers Released; Awards Honor Service to DU.
Dates: 1962 March 9
Abstract Greek Show has Yet to Meet Dean’s Approval. Polish People’s Resistance Movement Lionized in Korbel’s Recent Volume. IFC’s Second Meeting Emphasizes Cooperation in Fraternity Ranks. Duncan Addresses HRM Meeting. Panhell Sponsors Sorority Sextet. Alter Announces His Position on Filling Vice-Chancellorship.
Dates: 1963 October 25
Abstract Marketing professor Robert Entenberg dies. Bizad dedicated at Thursday ceremony. Korbel explores Russian Communism, 1917-67. Closed circuit campus tv system teaches, lectures, serves student. Practice should make perfect, but not during DU’s registration.
Dates: 1968 January 5
Abstract Tenure threat praised, condemned by faculty. Korbel examines Czech invasion. New scholars Program attempts to experiment. Frosh elections set for Monday Senate moved to Bizad.
Dates: 1968 October 16
Abstract Howard Responds to Mitchell. Films Series Slated Tomorrow. Birth, Death, Technology – Illich to Speak. Korbel Inaugurates New Lecture Series. English Department Sponsors Contest.
Dates: 1976 April 19
Abstract Factors Prevent Smooth Ordering. Univ. Lecture Given. Election Injunctured. AUPB Selections: Kleinkopf Named. Korbel Discusses Détente. Spring Carnival Starts Tomorrow.
Dates: 1976 April 23
Abstract Black and white print of University of Denver professors named University Lecturer between 1955 and 1960: Fitzhugh Carmichael (1959), Josef Korbel (1958), Vance Kirkland (1957), Fred E. D'Amour (1955), and Ellwood Murray (1960).