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Academic Year Institute

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1 New York Science Professor to Visit UNI Thursday
Public Relations News Release 1969:423, p.1
3/18/1970 Morris L. Shamos will visit UNI to meet with the science education committee of the College of Natural Sciences.
2 UNI Awarded $199,390 Grant for 1970-71 Academic Year Institute
Public Relations News Release 1969:146, p.1
11/6/1969 Grant to fund UNI's 13th Academic Year Institute for junior high and secondary school science teachers.
3 UNI Awarded $199,390 Grant for 1970-71 Academic Year Institute
Public Relations News Release 1969:148, p.1
11/6/1969 Grant to fund UNI's 13th Academic Year Institute for junior high and secondary school science teachers.
4 Life Science, Biology institute to be offered
Northern Iowan 65:31, p.6
1/10/1969 Aimed at teachers who need to strengthen their science background.
5 Northern Iowa receives grant
Northern Iowan 65:24, p.8
12/3/1968 $209,000 NSF grant will be used for twelfth AYI program.
6 National Science Foundation grant awarded to UNI
Northern Iowan 64:27, p.3
1/9/1968 $266,100 grant will be used for the eleventh AYI.
7 Ghana will participate at Institute
College Eye 63:1, p.12
9/16/1966 High school science and math teachers come to SCI for the annual Academic Year Institute.
8 Dr. Kaufmanis talks on 'Star of Bethlehem'
College Eye 60:25, p.3
12/10/1965 Karlis Kaufmanis will speak as part of AYI program.
9 Forty-two now enrolled at SCI graduate institute
College Eye 60:3, p.4
10 Science in the early sixties at SCI
Alumnus 49:3, p.2
9/1/1964 Curriculum, programs, personnel, and opportunities in Department of Science; photo.
11 NSF foundation grants
Alumnus 49:2, p.8
5/1/1964 Grants will support AYI ($285,100) and summer institute ($60,700).
12 Dr. Katz to address AY Institute
College Eye 58:21, p.4
3/13/1964 Leo Katz will speak.
13 SCI receives $250,000 AYI Annual Grant
College Eye 58:13, p.3
12/19/1963 Description of program funded by NSF.
14 SCI receives 2 grants for math and science institutes
College Eye 56:14, p.1
1/5/1962 NSF grants $125,000 for institutes.
15 Institutes set for teachers of science and math
Alumnus 46:4, p.12
12/1/1961 Receives NSG support for fifth year.
16 SCI physics professor to attend conference
Public Relations News Release 1960:558, p.1
8/8/1961 Professor Robert A. Rogers attends a national conference on "Curricula for Undergraduate Majors in Physics" at the University of Denver, Colorado. Rogers is director of the Academic Year Institute and member of Phi Beta Kappa.
17 81 science instructors study at SCI
College Eye 52:37, p.4
7/7/1961 Sponsored by NSF.
18 ISTC scientists to visit Iowa high schools
Public Relations News Release 1960:421, p.1
5/22/1961 Professors Leland Wilson, J. W. Kercheval, Dorothy Matela, Clifford McCollum, and Robert Rogers take part in the Iowa Visiting-Scientist Program. The program is sponsored by the National Science Foundation.
19 Guest lecturer to ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:295, p.1
3/24/1961 Professor W. Maak delivers a lecture on the mathematic and geometric aspects of the lung in the Science Building. Maak will work with Academic Year Institute seminars during his time on campus.
20 ISTC receives $158,000 for summer institutes here
College Eye 52:18, p.5
2/10/1961 Receives NSF grant for earth science, biology, and mathematics institutes.
21 $295,500 grant to ISTC for 1961-1962 Academic Year Institute
Alumnus 45:4, p.9
12/1/1960 Will assist math and science teachers.
22 Local teacher studies at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:41, p.1
9/26/1960 Forty-eight of six-hundred applicants participate in the Academic Year Institute, made possible by a grant from the National Science Foundation. The program is directed by Professor Robert Rogers. Participants listed.
23 Testing authority to give lectures
College Eye 51:37, p.2
7/22/1960 Robert L. Ebel will speak.
24 Science Department Continues Academic Year Institute
Old Gold 0:0, p.105
6/1/1960 Under the sponsorship of the National Science Foundation, the science Department continued the Academic Year Institute and brought together fifty experienced teachers. The department also sponsored the Seventh Annual Science Fair and education programs for junior high math and science teachers.
25 Academic Year Institute at TC in 1960-1961
Alumnus 44:4, p.15
12/1/1959 Fifty teachers will study at ISTC in summer 1960 courtesy of a $232,000 NSF grant; photo.
26 Aid to study
College Eye 51:9, p.2
11/13/1959 NSF grants $232,000 for AYI; about fifty teachers will study under the grant.
27 Science Department Offers Closed Circuit TV Courses
Old Gold 0:0, p.111
6/1/1959 Closed circuit TV classes were offered for the second year; the Academic Year Institute was attempting to upgrade the quality of science and math courses; photo.
28 ISTC students receive grants
College Eye 50:31, p.4
5/15/1959 23 students will receive AYI grants.
29 College gets 2nd institute grant
Alumnus 43:4, p.9
12/1/1958 $327,626 grant will fund another institute for science and math teachers.
30 Second science grant given TC
College Eye 50:8, p.1
10/31/1958 Receives $327, 626 for second AYI.
31 Maucker's speech opens session
College Eye 50:2, p.10
9/19/1958 AYI participants will work on master's degrees while studying math and science; will receive stipend and live on campus.
32 Science Institute slated at TC for '58 academic year
College Eye 49:33, p.4
5/23/1958 A look at the AYI program; result of $260,000 grant.
33 ISTC gets quarter million dollar science grant
Alumnus 41:4, p.2
12/1/1957 Will support Academic Year Institute for teachers of science and mathematics; photo.
34 Science grant of $260,000 to aid year-long institute
College Eye 49:8, p.1
11/1/1957 AYI will aid development of science teachers.

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