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Administrative Organization

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101 Cable to head two science departments on retirement of Begeman this summer; consolidation is announced this week by President O. R. Latham
College Eye 26:39, p.1
4/19/1935 Department of Natural Science and Department of Physics and Chemistry to be combined into Department of Science; photo.
102 Longer class intervals, credit rule, administrative changes top events in campus news; departmental and campus alterations are also recent changes
College Eye 26:12, p.1
9/10/1934 Will allow ten minutes of passage time instead of five minutes; changes in music and language departments; landscaping in central campus after demolition of Power Plant.
103 Campus remodeling under way
Alumnus 18:3, p.10
7/1/1934 Central campus area, formerly occupied by heating plant and parking lot, will be landscaped; street encircling area will be paved; offices will be remodeled to meet new administrative needs.
104 Extensive departmental reorganization effected
Alumnus 18:3, p.1
7/1/1934 Three academic departments eliminated; M. J. Nelson is Dean of Faculty; Alumni Relations and Bureau of Research established; responsibilities of new offices; several faculty retire; photo.
105 Changes mark academic year as outstanding; Nelson is faculty dean; college holds first formals
College Eye 26:1, p.1
6/6/1934 Survey of important events of 1933-1934.
106 Reorganization announced in college administrative and instructional set-up; Nelson, Denny, Paul, Kurtz, Fuller, Lillehei figure in changes
College Eye 25:35, p.1
3/23/1934 Description of President Latham's re-organizational plans; hopes to relieve faculty committees of administrative duties; will take effect July 1, 1934.
107 Dean of Men
Alumnus 17:3, p.2
7/1/1933 Brief profile of Dean Leslie I. Reed and description of the functions of his office; photo.
108 Meet the faculty of Teachers College . . . .
Alumnus 17:3, p.1
7/1/1933 President Latham and his office staff; photo.
109 Alumni propose revision of constitution; committee asks for vote of all graduates to decide proposal
Shepherd--Lou Alva (Class of 1919; Education Faculty)
Alumnus 16:2, p.1
4/1/1932 After several years of study, the committee proposes that the Alumni Association become a dues-paying organization in order to support the "Alumnus" and a secretary; asks authority to organize local chapters; change meeting to Homecoming instead of June.
110 Alumni reorganization discussed at dinner
Alumnus 16:1, p.3
1/1/1932 Description of dinner program and summary of speakers' remarks.
111 Bureau of Public Relationships
Alumnus 16:1, p.14
1/1/1932 Will enhance attention to alumni activities.
112 Cover picture
Alumnus 15:4, p.17
10/1/1931 Under new organization plan, the Bartlett Hall dormitory will be under the general supervision of the Dean of Women.
113 New plan for Bartlett Hall is adopted
College Eye 23:12, p.1
9/8/1931 Description of re-organization of duties for staff; will have assistant director for each wing
114 Education departments combined
Alumnus 15:3, p.9
7/1/1931 Department of Rural Education will be consolidated with Department of Education "in the interest of economy"; courses will remain the same.
115 Dr. Helen M. Lynch who has been graduated
Public Relations News Release 1930:462, p.1
6/26/1931 Beginning July 1, 1931, Dr. Lynch will supervise health in Bartlett Hall and assist Dr. Mead in work with all students; Dr. Bairnson will leave the college to concentrate on his private practice.
116 Departments will combine in September; Department of Education and Rural Department will be consolidated for greater economy
College Eye 23:1, p.1
6/6/1931 Martin Nelson will head combined department.
117 The Department of Rural Education
Public Relations News Release 1930:439, p.1
5/28/1931 Consolidates with the Department of Education this fall.
118 New numbering system installed
Alumnus 14:4, p.15
10/1/1930 Room numbering system inaugurated in classroom buildings.
119 System and order
Alumnus 14:2, p.18
4/1/1930 College buys new file cabinets and other office equipment.
120 Filing cabinets help clerical depts.
College Eye 21:24, p.1
3/21/1930 Part of President Latham's plans for modernization, organization, and efficiency.
121 System and order have been marching into the offices and clerical departments
Public Relations News Release 1929:323, p.1
3/17/1930 President Latham reorganizes and modernizes services and facilities for greater efficiency; new lighting, office equipment, and arrangesment for many offices.
122 A history of the Alumni News Letter
Boardman--Benjamin (Business Manager)
Alumnus 14:1, p.1
1/1/1930 History of publication extends back to letters from President Seerley in 1910; President Latham suggests new format similar to that of other colleges.
123 Forward March!
Alumnus 14:1, p.18
1/1/1930 Outline of recent changes on campus include department reorganization, improvements in clerical service, a new ticket office, better lighting, new band rooms, and a modern office for the student newspaper.
124 Higher academic standards set
Alumnus 14:1, p.19
1/1/1930 Outlines purposes of Alumnus.
125 New student organization
Alumnus 14:1, p.15
1/1/1930 President Latham and Deans Campbell and Reed may develop an organization of presidents and leaders of student organizations.
126 Publicity Department installs news service
Alumnus 14:1, p.16
1/1/1930 News Bureau established under direction of George H. Holmes.
127 Office and classroom arrangement makes increased efficiency
College Eye 21:11, p.1
11/21/1929 Department locations will be centralized in specific buildings.
128 Publicity Department installs news service
College Eye 21:0, p.4
10/12/1929 President Latham organizes new department with George Holmes in charge.
129 Publicity department installs news service
College Eye 21:5, p.3
10/10/1929 George Holmes will organize and head the service.
130 "Director of Research" is recent appointment
College Eye 20:41, p.1
7/11/1929 Professor Nelson will "carry on investigations pertaining to administrative and instructional work in the college under the direction of the President".
131 Goetch to direct Placement Bureau with Mrs. Shutt sec.
College Eye 20:15, p.1
1/10/1929 Will replace Bureau of Recommendations; working on new forms; registration fee is $2.
132 Correction
College Eye 18:21, p.3
12/1/1926 Mr. Joseph Schaefer will take Mr. Knoepfler's place but the German department will remain a part of the Latin and Greek Department under the leadership of Mr. Merchant.
133 Dr. Mead has resigned headship
College Eye 18:21, p.1
12/1/1926 Cites inability to do justice to the job; will probably continue in Health Service; Professor Wild will lead women; Professor Mendenhall will lead men.
134 Dr. F. L. Merchant assumes charge of German department; Anna Doffing, B. A. 1914 to be assistant
College Eye 18:14, p.1
10/13/1926 Reorganization caused by death of Professor Knoepfler.
135 Departments
Wright--David Sands (Mathematics Faculty)
Fifty Years at the Teachers College 0:0, p.193
7/1/1926 Brief history of Instructional department organization.
136 Athletic department revised; Mendenhall made athletic director
College Eye 16:21, p.6
2/11/1925 L. L. Mendenhall to serve as new athletic director, Paul Bender to take over as football coach, Roscoe Minton to coach baseball, and Art Dickinson to direct basketball and track.
137 Consolidation of departments
College Eye 14:12, p.2
5/31/1922 Major changes include foundation of Department of Social Science; not seen as revolutionary change; just natural evolution of a growing college.
138 Untitled
College Eye 4:7, p.4
10/22/1914 Division of funds given by the Board of Education; necessary due to expanded departments and lengthened summer session; will pave a portion of 23rd Street.
139 Official notes
College Eye 1:29, p.5
5/15/1912 Roster of faculty promotions, appointments, leaves, and resignations; Departments of Physics and Chemistry consolidated with Professor Begeman as head.
140 Teachers are selected
Normal Eyte 21:0, p.23
6/11/1910 Roster of new teachers for the 1910-1911 school year; Department of History and Politics divided into History, Government, and Economics; English and Public Speaking consolidated.
141 The year
Old Gold 0:0, p.9
6/1/1910 Summary of significant changes during the 1909-1910 school year; name has changed; new governing board.
142 New professor elected; Prof. Lynch of Wisconsin to come here- contracts awarded
Normal Eyte 19:28, p.434
5/5/1909 S. A. Lynch will join faculty; heads of departments named to begin September 1909; Library building roof contract and coal contract awarded.
143 The advanced training department
Normal Eyte 12:33, p.514
5/24/1902 Will be reorganized; outline of the new administration of the department.
144 The faculty; past and present
Normal Eyte 7:35, p.4
6/11/1898 Brief sketches of all faculty, 1876-1898; growth of the department faculties; photo.
145 Biennial period, 1895-1897
Normal Eyte 7:12, p.136
11/27/1897 President Seerley's report on the museum, laboratories, the library, faculty organization, and the summer session.
146 The Board of Directors
Normal Eyte 5:33, p.326
5/30/1896 Group faculty into departments of Professional, English, Mathematics, Science, History and Civics, Music, Drawing, and Latin.

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