Found 15 events matching "john caldwell"

1959

John Tyler Caldwell became Chancellor

John Tyler Caldwell was named Chancellor. He served until retiring in 1975. (Biography of John Caldwell)

June 1, 1963

74th Commencement

The commencement speaker was David E. Bell, director of the Agency for International Development at the U.S. State Department. Consolidated University President William Friday, Governor Terry Sanford, and Chancellor John Caldwell also gave remarks to the graduating class. Honorary degrees were awarded to George McMillan Darrow, Terry Sanford, Eli Sternberg, and Bertram Whittier Wells.

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May 29, 1965

76th Commencement

Chancellor John T. Caldwell gave the commencement address. Remarks to the graduating class were also given by UNC President William Friday and Governor Dan K. Moore. Honorary degrees were awarded to Leonard David Baver, Charles Francis Goldthwait, John Harold Lampe, and Jasper Leonidas Stuckey.

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May 28, 1966

77th Commencement

Chancellor John T. Caldwell gave the commencement address. Remarks to the graduating class were also given by UNC President William Friday and Governor Dan K. Moore. Honorary degrees were awarded to James Gordon Hanes, Jr., James Herbert Jensen, Rudolph Ivey Mintz, Charles Scott Mitchell, and Frances Gray Patton.

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May 27, 1967

78th Commencement

The commencement address was given by Chancellor John T. Caldwell. Remarks to the graduating class were also given by UNC President William Friday and Governor Dan K. Moore. Honorary degrees were awarded to David Stanton Coltrane, Verne Lester Harper, George Richard Herbert, Joseph Grant Knapp, and Francis Peter Worsley Winteringham.

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May 25, 1968

79th Commencement

The commencement speaker was Chancellor John Tyler Caldwell. President of the UNC System William Friday and Governor Dan K. Moore also gave remarks to the graduating class. Honorary degrees were awarded to Ralph Waldo Cummings, George Maurice Hill, Willis King, and Nello Leguy Teer, Jr.

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10/14/1969

Vietnam Symposium

NC State responds to a call for campus protests nationwide, as a "moratorium" against the Vietnam War. A faculty-student committee organizes a Vietnam Symposium, with Chancellor John Caldwell as keynote speaker and several faculty members talking on the impact of the war.

May 15, 1971

82nd Commencement

The commencement address was given by Chancellor John T. Caldwell. Remarks to the graduating class were also given by UNC President William Friday.

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May 12, 1973

84th Commencement

The commencement speaker was Chancellor John T. Caldwell. UNC President William Friday also gave remarks to the graduating class.

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May 11, 1974

85th Commencement

The commencement address was given by Chancellor John T. Caldwell. Remarks to the graduating class were also given by UNC President William Friday.

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May 17, 1975

86th Commencement

Chancellor John T. Caldwell gave the commencement address. UNC President William Friday also gave remarks to the graduating class. An Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws was awarded to Chancellor Caldwell in advance of his retirement.

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6/30/1975

Chancellor Caldwell retired

Dr. John T. Caldwell retired after 15 years as NC State's chancellor. Caldwell oversaw a period of unprecedented growth for the university: of the nearly 47,000 degrees awarded in the first 85 years of the university, two-thirds were earned during Caldwell's tenure.

1981

Caldwell Hall opens

Caldwell Hall, named for Chancellor John T. Caldwell, was designed by Edward Larrabee Barnes in collaboration with J.N. Pease. It originally housed the Dean's Offices of Humanities, the Department of Political Science, and the Japan Center.

May 9, 1992

Spring Commencement

The commencement speaker was Chancellor Emeritus John Caldwell. UNC System president C.D. Spangler, Jr. and Board of Governors chairman Samuel Poole also made remarks. Dain E. Vines gave the Address to Fellow Graduates.

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December 20, 1995

Fall Graduation Exercises

The speaker was the Honorable Burley B. Mitchell, Jr., Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court. Megan Elizabeth Jones gave the Address to Fellow Graduates. Honorary degrees were awarded to Dr. Raymond H. Dawson (Doctor of Humane Letters) and Burley B. Mitchell, Jr. (Doctor of Humane Letters). Tribute was paid to former chancellor John Caldwell, who passed away in October of 1995.

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