Mendelsohn, Harold A.
Harold A. Mendelsohn (1923- ) was a social psychologist who taught in the Mass Communications Department at the University of Denver, Denver, Colorado from 1962 to 1988. He received his doctorate from the New School for Social Research in 1956. He served as chair of the Mass Communications Deptartment from 1970-1978, and director of the University's Center for Mass Communications Research and Policy.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Overview 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
Overview Four senators move to disband Senate; propose 9 chairmen, steering committee. Mendelsohn study examines rioters. Young Indians separated from old world but not assimilated into modern society. Freshmen and seniors to vote for class officers Tuesday.
Dates: 1967 October 13