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1 UNI's Tallgrass Prairie Center presents Sustainability of Agriculture Landscapes: Perspectives from Southern Australia
Public Relations News Release 2009:358, p.1
3/26/2010 Tony W. Norton and Jann E. Williams, from the University of Tasmania, Australia, will examine the biodiversity, ecosystem services and land use of Tasmania's agricultural landscapes using a combination of spatial sciences and ecological techniques.
2 "Scientific inquiry: Do you believe what you read?"
Aunspach--Chase Steven (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 106:12, p.1
10/9/2009 Paul Spry, an Australian native and Iowa State professor, is an geologist. During his presentation, Spry offered his opinions on how the Broken Hill lead-zinc-silver deposit in Australia was formed; photo.
3 Study abroad: the adventure of a lifetime
Hosch--Lauren Marie (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 105:60, p.3
7/24/2009 Studying in Tasmania allowed the student to experience wildlife in their natural habitat, explore the history of Port Arthur and Maria Island, and view the sights from Mount Wellington; photo.
4 Student Voices
Northern Iowan 102:40, p.11
2/24/2006 Students respond to the question, "If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go and why?"
5 UNI study abroad program
Northern Iowan 97:25, p.5
11/21/2000 Presentation on Australia.
6 "An Australian Experience" environmental program to be offered September 12 at University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1991:28, p.1
9/3/1991 David Tribe will use slides, songs, and stories to describe Australia and its environment.
7 Taste of Australia found Down Under
Northern Iowan 84:48, p.8
3/29/1988 Jan Claasen and Kay Gisler recently opened a restaurant featuring Australian food.
8 Price Lab students to don sunglasses, sandals for beach party to end unit on Australia, America's cup race
Public Relations News Release 1986:197, p.1
1/30/1987 Students of Price Lab School held an indoor beach party to end their unit on Australia. Students built sandcastles, played volleyball, and reenacted the "Alice Spring Boat Races."
9 Tribe studies 'Outlook'
Northern Iowan 80:16, p.5
10/25/1983 David Tribe will visit campus.
10 UNI features Australian scholar
Northern Iowan 80:14, p.1
10/18/1983 Profile of David Tribe; photo.
11 Brady discusses 'down under'
Jefson--Kathy S.
Northern Iowan 78:18, p.15
11/6/1981 Professor Patrick Brady of Canberra College in Australia spoke at recent UNI seminars.
12 Rathmell receives Fulbright Award
Northern Iowan 77:35, p.6
2/20/1981 Professor Rathmell will work in Australia.
13 What's Up?
Northern Iowan 72:33, p.9
1/30/1976 Activities and meetings.
14 What's Up?
Northern Iowan 72:32, p.8
1/27/1976 Activities and meetings.
15 Australia
Northern Iowan 72:14, p.12
10/17/1975 Teacher recruiting program will conduct interviews.
16 What's Up?
Northern Iowan 72:14, p.12
10/17/1975 Activities and meetings.
17 Biology Club
Northern Iowan 71:55, p.8
5/6/1975 Will hear lecture on Australia.
18 Career Corner highlights Australia
Northern Iowan 71:24, p.6
11/22/1974 Dan Hansen talks about his experiences in Australia.
19 What's Up?
Northern Iowan 71:23, p.6
11/19/1974 Activities and meetings.
20 What's Up?
Northern Iowan 71:22, p.11
11/15/1974 Activities and meetings.
21 What's Up? ?
Northern Iowan 70:48, p.9
4/19/1974 Activities and meetings.
22 Wanna teach in Australia?
Northern Iowan 70:8, p.7
10/9/1973 Representatives will visit campus.
23 Greenhalgh, Aussie representative, observes Teachers College training
College Eye 42:9, p.5
11/10/1950 A. J. Greenhalgh visits campus under Carnegie grant.
24 Aussie Government Pays Teacher-Trainees
Public Relations News Release 1950:103, p.1
11/1/1950 The Australian government pays the college expenses of her teacher-training students, A. J. Greenhalgh of Teachers' college, Armidale, New South Wales said when interviewed. The only stipulation is that a student must agree to teach one year longer.
25 Lecturer tells audience about native country
College Eye 28:14, p.2
12/17/1936 Marie Bentivoglio talks about Australia.
26 Geographer who speaks Monday Mussolini's friend
College Eye 28:13, p.1
12/11/1936 Profile of Marie Bentivoglio.
27 Geographer to speak here soon
College Eye 28:12, p.1
12/4/1936 Marie Bentivoglio will speak on Australia.
28 Australian kangaroo is as scarce as American buffalo, says educator; Cannon, Australian school inspector, says we have no depression
College Eye 23:40, p.1
4/29/1932 J. G. Cannon talks about Australia.
29 A year or more of successful practice in teaching
Public Relations News Release 1931:337, p.1
4/22/1932 J. G. Cannon talks about Australian school systems.
30 "Kangaroo-Land" on sale at Boardman's
College Eye 18:51, p.7
7/27/1927 Book on Australia by Kilroy Harris on sale.
31 Captain Harris to give travel talk Friday; to give illustrated lecture on Australia
College Eye 18:48, p.1
7/6/1927 Kilroy Harris will speak.
32 Miss Childs now in Australia
College Eye 18:24, p.1
1/5/1927 Visited Elmer Cable in Korea.
33 The mid ocean continent
Thielen--Michael H. (Class of 1894)
Normal Eyte 2:6, p.49
10/18/1892 Essay on Australia.

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