American Humanics Association
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American Humanics organization anounces new president.
Public Relations News Release 1991:763, p.1
|8/4/1992||New president for American Humanics is from Kansas.|
Northern Iowa creates master's degree in youth/human service agency administration, to begin Fall 1990.
Public Relations News Release 1989:564, p.1
|4/12/1990||William Thrall says, "This program will enhance the professional preparation of people employed in administrative and supervisory positions within youth and human service organizations."|
Mcelroy trust announces $500,000 grant for University of Northern Iowa youth leadership studies program.
Public Relations News Release 1988:467, p.1
|5/8/1989||UNI's youth leadership studies program is affliliated with American Humanics , a national, not for profit organization that works with universities to develop professional leaders for national youth organiztions and human service agencies.|
Northern Iowa selected as one of fifteen universities with American Humanics program.
Public Relations News Release 1988:425, p.1
|5/11/1988||UNI selected to join a partnership with American Humanics, a program for students preparing to enter a career in youth/human services.|
National director of personnel services for the YMCA to speak at the University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1987:310, p.1
|3/15/1988||Gordon H. Mack, director of personnel services of YMCA, visits the School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation to speak to students of the American Humanics Program.|
UNI recreation program forms partnership with American Humanics consortium
Public Relations News Release 1987:403, p.1
|6/15/1987||American Humanics, an organization of eleven youth agencies, selects the university's recreation program to be added to its agency. The organization gives students opportunities in entry-level positions of non-profit groups in Cedar Falls and Waterloo.|