Mitchell, Maurice B., 1915-1996
Maurice B. Mitchell b. 09 Feb 1915 in New York City; d. 30 Nov 1996 in Santa Barbara, Calif. Chancellor of the University of Denver from 1967 to 1978.
CitationBreck, A.D. (1996). From the rockies to the world (pg. 172). Board of Trustees – Volume S: page 114.
Elected Chancellor of DU 1967. At the time was the editorial director of Encyclopedia Britannica Inc.
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Baccalaureate Address by Maurice B. Mitchell, Chancellor, University of Denver June 5, 1970, 1970 June 5
Abstract Printed copy of Chancellor Mitchell's address at the June Commencement.
Dates: 1970 June 5
Abstract Senate elections are today; polls will be open until five. Wayne Morse speaks for McCarthy to teachers’ union at DU arena. Mitchell gives sit-in plan of action. Police arrest 3 in pot, LSD raid. Student “activists” confront Miller.
Dates: 1968 April 30
Abstract Mitchell talk tops Parent’s Weekend. Freshmen “re-elections” rescheduled for today. NSA calls “time out” for colleges. Cleaver to discuss Panther platform. U.S. policeman holds unique role in political history of America. Denver Boone to help eliminate student mascot identity problem.
Dates: 1968 October 23
Abstract KCFR cut completely – Finance Committee proposes allocations. Black arts festival scheduled. Chancellor to chair Denver group. AUSA Court to call every petition-signer individually. Anderson to speak.
Dates: 1974 May 13
University of Denver (Colorado Seminary) Commencement Ceremony Program , 10:00 am, June 6, 1970, University Arena, 1970 June 6
Abstract University of Denver (Colorado Seminary) commencement ceremony script, June 6, 1970 10:00 am University arena. Commencement address was given by Eugene J. McCarthy a long-time member of the United States Congress from Minnesota. Conferring of the degrees: Maurice B. Mitchell, Chancellor of University of Denver
Dates: 1970 June 6