George E. Bardwell Papers
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George E. Bardwell (1924-2009) was born in Denver, Colorado was a statistician, professor, and proponent of civil rights. He earned three degrees from the University of Colorado, Boulder: a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, a master’s degree in business management and statistics, and a doctorate in mathematics. Bardwell taught at the University of Colorado and was a statistician at the U.S. Census Bureau prior to joining DU in 1949 as a research associate. In 1976, Bardwell was elected to the National Academy of Arbitrators, a select group of the country’s most experienced arbitrators. As a labor arbitrator for nearly 35 years, he issued more than 500 decisions and received numerous national awards. He co-authored the book Labor Management Relations in Colorado with Harry Seligson.
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