Edwin S. Burdell

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Edwin Sharp Burdell (February 2, 1898 – August 30, 1978)[1][2] was Director of Cooper Union for 22 years [3] and Dean of Humanities at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.[4] [5]

Dr. Burdell was also Resident Consultant of the Cranbrook Institutes in the early '60's. His responsibility was to help coordinate the activities of the six Cranbrook Institutions.

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  3. ^ "Technology for Turkey". TIME magazine. 1960-07-11. 
  4. ^ "Dean Burdell Resigns From Institute To Become Director Of Cooper Union". The Tech. March 1, 1938. 
  5. ^ ""Turbulent Times"". TIME magazine. October 2, 1939. 
Preceded by
Gano Dunn
President of Cooper Union
Succeeded by
Richard F. Humphreys