Remembering Ted Mullin '06
The Edward H. "Ted" Mullin '06 Endowed Fellowship in History
We are very pleased to announce the establishment of the Edward H. "Ted" Mullin '06 Endowed Fellowship in History at Carleton College by his family, the History department, friends, and classmates.
Ted entered Carleton with the Class of 2006 and was deeply committed to his life at Carleton, both as a history major and as a three-year letter winner on the men's swim team. While at Carleton, Ted also co-captained two teams for the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life. Sadly, Ted lost his battle with cancer, passing away September 3, 2006.
The Edward H. "Ted" Mullin '06 Endowed Fellowship in History 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. Junior History majors: application guidelines .
The Edward H. "Ted" Mullin '06 Endowed Fellowship fund,
We invite you to contribute to on-line, by phone, or by mail: http://apps.carleton.edu/alumni/aaf/how/. Please indicate any amount and designate in the "Additional Instructions" box at the bottom of the on-line form that your gift is for the Edward H. "Ted" Mullin Fellowship in History. Please note that this contribution is separate from your usual Alumni Annual Fund contribution, and it is not included in your class giving total.
Sharing Special Thoughts and Memories
To send a special memory about Ted, please visit Ted's Memorial Page. If you have photographs, news clippings, or other items and memories you would like to share with Ted's family, please send them to Nikki Lamberty, History Department Office, Leighton 210, Carleton College, One North College Street, Northfield, MN 55057. To read what others have written, please go to On-line Remembrances.