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1 Panthers 5-5 entering regular season finale
Johnson--Adam (Student--2022)
Northern Iowan 119:23, p.07
11/14/2022 Adam Johnson looks at the UNI football team's season so far as they prepare to play their final season game against South Dakota; photo.
2 Men's golf competes at Air Force Invitational
Shea--Caden (Student--2022)
Northern Iowan 119:5, p.07
9/12/2022 Caden Shea reports on the UNI golf team's scores for their weekend at the Gene Miranda Flacon Invitational in Colorado. On the first day of playing the Panthers had a total score of 308, placing them at 22nd. On the second day the team's overall score was 300 which bumped them up to 21st place. The results from the third and final day are unavailable.
3 Air Force jets past Panthers, 48-17
Horning--Colin (Class of 2022)
Northern Iowan 119:4, p.06
9/8/2022 Colin Horning reports on the first game of UNI's football season against the Air Force jets; photo.
4 Panthers take down Air Force 28-12
Hansen--Patrick (Student--2018), Fortmann--Toni (Student--2018)
Northern Iowan 116:29, p.06
1/23/2020 The Panther Wrestling team go against the Air Force Academy, leading six to one. Northern Iowa Finishes the day with a score of 28-12; photo.
5 Uniformed quintet at GBPAC
Northern Iowan 111:33, p.4
2/5/2015 Air Force quintet "Midwest Winds" visited Davis Hall; photo.
6 UNI recognized as military-friendly
Shilhanek--Ian (Student--2014)
Northern Iowan 111:12, p.2
10/9/2014 UNI has been selected as a military-friendly university by G.I. Jobs magazine for the fifth year.
7 National Playground Safety Week keeps kids safe
Public Relations News Release 2013:261, p.1
4/21/2014 The National Program for Playground Safety (NPPS), will celebrate National Playground Safety Week Playground
8 From beer to beanstalks-it's all rocket science; UNI hosts a presentation of the history of the U. S. space program
Public Relations News Release 2009:353, p.1
3/23/2010 The presentation will examine the state of space at the dawn of the 21st century and speculate on what the future holds. Sigma Xi Honor Society is sponsoring the event.
9 Local students travel the globe with UNI's Camp Adventure
Public Relations News Release 2009:118, p.1
10/13/2009 This summer more than 700 students participated in a program that offers an opportunity to travel around the world while providing summer recreation programs for dependent youth at U. S. military installations, and U. S. Embassies. Students listed.
10 U. S. Airspace command officers to speak at UNI on 1st anniversary of space shuttle disaster, Jan. 28 (Wednesday)
Public Relations News Release 1986:176, p.1
1/21/1987 Two Air Force Academy officers, Lt. Jerry Sellers and Lt. Ivan Thorsos III, visited Maucker Union to speak on the impact of the space shuttle disaster on the scientific community. The event was sponsored by the University Speakers Committee.
11 Local educator to participate in SCI aerospace workshop
Public Relations News Release 1960:490, p.1
7/5/1961 Professor Mamie Anderzohn and Major Paul Ingvolstad instruct elementary and high school educators in the third annual Aerospace Workshop. Professor William Dreier directs the workshop.
12 ISTC aerospace workshop reunion this weekend
Public Relations News Release 1960:228, p.1
2/22/1961 Professor Frank Sorenson is keynote speaker for the Aerospace Education Workshop, where Professor Randall Bebb is to be given the Willard Combs Award. Professor William H. Drier is chairman for the event.
13 ISTC to hold interviews for Air Force
Public Relations News Release 1960:184, p.1
1/19/1961 The Placement Bureau begins the interview process for candidates applying for teaching positions in the United States Air Force Dependents Schools Overseas. Professor Raymond Schlicher directs the Placement Bureau.
14 Four faculty members will participate in a career day at Sheldon Tuesday, April 8
Public Relations News Release 1952:462, p.1
3/31/1952 They are Oliver M. (Hon) Nordly, assistant professor of physical education for men and head basketball coach; Jack Burgner, instructor in art; Richard Arnold, instructor in speech, and William Latham, assistant professor of brass instruments.
15 William P. Happ and Perry H. Grier will participate in the Pocahontas County Career Day at Pocahontas Monday, April 7
Public Relations News Release 1952:489, p.1
3/27/1952 Happ was born in Evanston, Illinois and holds three academic degrees. He spent the years 1942-45 in the air force as a pilot. Grier was born in Hartwick, Iowa and holds two academic degrees. He spent three years in the navy.
16 Dwight Curtis, director of student teaching, will deliver a graduation address at Maxwell Air Force base, Alabama, April 4
Public Relations News Release 1952:494, p.1
3/25/1952 Curtis will address graduating class 52-B of the Academic Instructor course. The class will consist of approximately 120 officers, airmen, and civilians. Plans call for Curtis to serve as a consultant to the instructional program of the Air university.
17 Duane C. Thayer, Odebolt, has been appointed full-time director of Stadium Hall, freshmen men's housing unit
Public Relations News Release 1951:298, p.1
1/8/1952 Thayer, who received his B. A. degree last month, served the last six weeks of that quarter as part-time student director at Stadium Hall when Don Rodgers, Tipton, entered the airforce in November.
18 Duane C. Thayer, Odebolt, has been appointed full-time director of Stadium Hall, freshmen men's housing unit
Public Relations News Release 1951:299, p.1
1/8/1952 Thayer, served the last six weeks of the fall academic quarter as part-time student director at Stadium Hall when Don Rodgers, Tipton, entered the airforce in November.
19 The appointment of nine new faculty members at the college was announced this week
Public Relations News Release 1951:20, p.1
9/11/1951 Newcomers in teaching include Don Barnhart, Beverly Jane Butrem, Max Hosier, Betts Ann Roth, and Edith Ennis.
20 Dr. Delbert M. Bates, instructor in education has been recalled to Air Force service
Public Relations News Release 1950:435, p.1
7/30/1951 A weather officer in the Air Force active reserve, Bates recently received orders to report August 17 to Selfridge field, Michigan, where he will e assigned duty in the station weather office. Bates joined the staff in 1949.
21 Dr. Delbert Bates, of the education department at Iowa State Teachers college, has been ordered to Andrews Air Force Base, Washington, D. C.
Public Relations News Release 1950:372, p.1
5/17/1951 Active in the air force reserves, Bates will report at the base Monday, May 21, for a week of processing and reclassification.
22 ISTC will know ROTC action in April
Public Relations News Release 1950:267, p.1
3/19/1951 President J. W. Maucker said the announcement date was included in a defense department letter from Major General Earl S. Hoage, special assistant to the chief of staff for reserve forces.
23 Air Force officers visit ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1950:230, p.1
2/20/1951 Colonel George Bosch and Lieut. Colonel Woodrow B. Wilmot visited the college to assist college officials in filing application for an Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps unit.
24 ISTC votes largely favorable in ROTC poll
Public Relations News Release 1950:213, p.1
2/13/1951 President J. W. Maucker said he felt the "clear cut" majority was an honest expression of opinion because "we leaned over backward to present the outlook impartially." Almost 800 men students and 400 women students voted.
25 ISTC votes largely favorable in ROTC poll
Public Relations News Release 1950:214, p.1
2/13/1951 An Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps unit appeals favorably to the overwhelming majority of the students and faculty who voted on the matter at the college.
26 ISTC poll required in R. O. T. C. application
Public Relations News Release 1950:198, p.1
2/5/1951 The faculty and student body are being polled on the desirability of an Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps unit being established. President J. W. Maucker explained that the poll is necessary as a preliminary step.
27 Action on ROTC application may not be known until July
Public Relations News Release 1950:196, p.1
2/2/1951 Dean of Faculty Martin J. Nelson said that two officers on campus Tuesday (Feb. 2) had assured him Air Force officials would notify the college if the application is approved.
28 Special to the Waterloo Courier
Public Relations News Release 1945:191, p.1
7/25/1945 Information from the educational demonstration of the Army Air Force, held yesterday in the men's gymnasium.
29 Special to the Cedar Falls Daily Record
Public Relations News Release 1945:190, p.1
7/23/1945 Army Air Force personnel shown with the demonstration equipment to be shown at the Men's Gym.
30 Special to the Waterloo Courier
Public Relations News Release 1945:189, p.1
7/23/1945 Equipment and instructors of the Army Air Forces demonstration program pictured.

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