Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Memorandum to the files from Chancellor Mitchell telling of a call from the White House and Chancellor Harper concerning campus unrest and what to do about it.
Dates: 1970 May 25
Abstract Memorandum from Political Science Department about press report that the department had voted to censure Mitchell. Attached is a note from Mitchell to Public Relations indicating this was an example of inaccurate press coverage.
Dates: 1970 May 13
Abstract Memorandum on Mitchell's remarks to 350 businessmen at an Englewood Chamber of Commerce meeting, written to the Faculty of the Department of Psychology by J. Horn.
Dates: 1970 June 4
Memorandum to Bruce Gardner, Department of Psychology from Chancellor Maurice B. Mitchell, 1970 May 26
Abstract Memorandum to Bruce Gardner, Department of Psychology from Chancellor Maurice B. Mitchell. Mitchell says he will not comment on the survey circulating, but does not feel it is professional or unbiased and suggests that it will be an embarrassment to the department.
Dates: 1970 May 26
Abstract Memorandum to Psychology Department Faculty from J. Horn on the subject of Mitchell's characterization of Woodstock at the General Faculty Meeting of 11 May. The question was whether Mitchell used a word similar to ''excrement'' to describe the students at Woodstock. Horn explains he did not.
Dates: 1970 June 5