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George, Mel

Mel was a graduate of Northwestern University and earned a doctorate in mathematics from Princeton University. He was dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Nebraska and a faculty member in mathematics at the University of Missouri where he served as vice president for academic Affairs and later as interim president. He also served as president of St. Olaf and after retirement returned to the University of Missouri again as interim President.
Mel passed away April, 2016.

Recordings

U.S. Higher Education: An Overview

Presenter: George, Mel / 1992

Why Does College Cost So Much?

Presenter: George, Mel / 1992

Diversity Curriculum and Political Correctness in U.S. Higher Education

Presenter: George, Mel / 1992

Lutheran Colleges in North America

Presenter: George, Mel / 1992

The Church and Its Colleges: What's Next?

Presenter: George, Mel / 1992

A Lay View of Theology: Part 1 – Who Is a Christian?

Presenter: George, Mel / 1992

A Lay View of Theology: Part 2 – The Basics of Faith

Presenter: George, Mel / 1992

A Lay View of Theology: Part 3 – Sin and Salvation

Presenter: George, Mel / 1992

A Lay View of Theology: Part 4 – The Fruitful Christian Life

Presenter: George, Mel / 1992

Holden wishes to express appreciation to PLU, Pacific Lutheran University, for their support of the Holden Audio Archive Project.

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