Our Memories of Ted Mullin '06
Ted Mullin touched the lives of so many Carleton students, faculty and staff. More than just a brilliant student and a passionate swimmer, Ted was a young man of deep integrity and courage. The young swimmers he coached called him "Mighty Ted", and he was surely one of the biggest-hearted students to cross the Bald Spot, but we also remember and treasure his gentle sense of humor and his generosity towards his friends and classmates. If you have memories and stories about Ted that you could share with his family and friends, please write them here. If you would like to read what others have written, please see On-Line Remembrances.
We are very pleased to announce the Edward H. "Ted" Mullin '06 Memorial Fellowship in History, established in 2007. It is awarded annually to the junior history major who best exemplifies Ted's love of history, academic excellence and/or athletic passion, curiosity, drive to excel, integrity, selflessness, generosity, religious and/or interest in the role/influence of religion and ethics in history, tolerance, and good humor. It is to be used to support travel and/or research opportunities that enhance the recipient's academic or broader learning journey of discovery.
To contribution any amount to the memorial prize for Ted, please indicate in the "Special Instructions" at the bottom of the form found at this link that your contribution is for the Edward H. "Ted" Mullin History Department Memorial Fellowship Fund.