Donald Stuart Ulin ’43 died on March 2, 2003, in Ville St. Pierre, Quebec, Canada.
Born on December 23, 1920, in New York City, he prepared for college at the Boston Public Latin School, Roxbury (MA) Memorial High School, and the Mount Hermon School in Massachusetts. Following his graduation from Bowdoin in 1943, he served for three years in the U.S. Navy during World War II, attaining the rank of lieutenant junior grade. After the war he taught French and Spanish at the Taft School in Connecticut and then did graduate work at Grenoble University in France, at Mexico City College, and at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, from which he received a master of education degree in 1951. Through the years, he was a leader, coordinator, and participant in many special programs. He was one of the leaders for the Harvard University-Boston program for two summers at Columbia Point in Dorchester, a program that sought better ways to serve people living in deprived areas. He was also the coordinator of the Migrant Workers Education Project of the Massachusetts Commonwealth Service Corps. He taught in the Belmont, MA, schools system. His wife, Susan, predeceased him, and he is survived by a daughter, Elizabeth Ulin of Montreal, Quebec, and a son, Robert Ulin.