• Creator
  • Anderson, Donald K.
  • Created Date
  • 1949
  • Description
  • Brewster C. Denny was the founder of the Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs at the University of Washington. Denny created the Graduate School of Public Affairs in 1962; he first served as director than as dean until 1980. He was later named professor and dean emeritus in 1992. Denny also taught History at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from 1948-1952. He received his education from the University of Washington (B.A.) in 1945,... more
    Brewster C. Denny was the founder of the Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs at the University of Washington. Denny created the Graduate School of Public Affairs in 1962; he first served as director than as dean until 1980. He was later named professor and dean emeritus in 1992. Denny also taught History at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from 1948-1952. He received his education from the University of Washington (B.A.) in 1945, his master’s in 1948 and doctorate in 1959 from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Harvard and Tufts universities. Donald K. Anderson was a former Dean of Students and Director of University Relations at the University of Washington. The Interim Committee on Un-American Activities (Canwell Committee) operated from 1947-1949. It was a special exploratory committee of the Washington State Legislature which investigated the influence of the Communist Party in Washington State, most notably at the University of Washington. During the... less
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