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Bartollas--Clemens L. (Criminology Faculty)

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1 Facebook: UNI professors you loved
Northern Iowa Today 95:2, p.2
6/1/2012 Excerpts from Facebook comments about favorite faculty members; photo.
2 UNI professors address domestic violence issues through research
Public Relations News Release 2006:0, p.1
10/23/2006 The issues of women domestic violence cases are being researched for new ways to help the women.
3 UNI researchers argue for gender-specific treatment of female prisoners
Public Relations News Release 2006:0, p.1
10/20/2006 Katherine van Wormer and Laura Kaplan recently published "Results of a National Survey of Wardens in Women's prisons: The Case for Gender Specific Treatment."
4 Snipers among us?
Public Relations News Release 2002:587, p.1
10/14/2002 The thoughts and inner-workings of a serial killer will be explored in connection with the recent sniper shootings in Washington.
5 No more "code of silence" in Columbine copycat cases
Public Relations News Release 2000:248, p.1
2/16/2001 Professor Clem Bartollas claims that children are more willing to break the code of silence and report possible wrongdoing.
6 Katherine van Wormer and Clemens Bartollas
Campus News Network 10:14, p.Insert 1
3/6/2000 Katherine van Wormer and Clemens Bartollas published a book on women and the justice system.
7 UNI student writes his way to a dream
Sorgenfrey--Susan J. (Class of 2001)
Northern Iowan 96:38, p.9
2/18/2000 UNI senior Travis Robinson has written four novels, one screenplay, and several poems. His work has been read by Dean Koontz; photo.
8 . . .Okay, so maybe it's not such a 'safe place' after all
Murken--Heather R. (Class of 1999)
Northern Iowan 95:27, p.1
12/8/1998 Although student was assaulted October 30, most students are not concerned with their safety on campus.
9 University of Northern Iowa hosting a multicultural campus visit for minority students at Cedar Falls and Northern University High Schools Wednesday
Public Relations News Release 1996:275, p.1
2/18/1997 Admissions will host a multicultural campus visit for students in Cedar Falls high schools.
10 Albert Gilgen named 1996 Distinguished Scholar
Campus News Network 6:7, p.1
11/27/1995 Alber Gilgen named 1996 Distinguished Scholar by the Graduate Council; former scholars listed; photo.
11 Virginia Berg named 1995 Distinguished Scholar
Campus News Network 5:7, p.1
11/28/1994 Biographical sketch of Professor Berg; list of previous winners; photo.
12 Crime and punishment in America
Northern Iowa Today 78:1, p.2
7/1/1994 Professors Hunter and Bartollas offer perspectives on crime and its remedies; photo.
13 Heritage Honours Awards recognize alumni, faculty, and friends
Northern Iowa Today 78:1, p.24
7/1/1994 List of award winners; photo.
14 They call me Mr. Vanilla
Northern Iowa Today 78:1, p.4
7/1/1994 Professor Bartollas describes experience with gangs; photo.
15 Alumni/faculty/friends honored
Campus News Network 4:18, p.2
5/9/1994 Several were honored at 38th Annual Heritage Honours Awards dinner April 23.
16 Alumni, Faculty Awards to be presented by Northern Iowa alumni Association April 23
Public Relations News Release 0:490, p.1
4/18/1994 UNI Alumni Association will recognize seven alumni and friends of UNI, plus three faculty for outstanding teaching, public service and research.
17 UNI to host conference on social science research
Northern Edition 2:11, p.5
4/6/1994 First UNI Undergraduate Social Science Research Conference.
18 University of Northern Iowa to host first Undergraduate Social Science Research Conference
Public Relations News Release 0:463, p.1
4/6/1994 Ruth Ann Johnson will be the keynote speaker at the first Undergraduate Social Science research Conference.
19 University of Northern Iowa to host first Undergraduate Social Science Research Conference
Public Relations News Release 0:447, p.1
3/31/1994 Ruth Ann Johnson is the keynote speaker for the Social Science Research Conference.
20 Why I Teach
Bartollas--Clemens L. (Criminology Faculty)
Campus News Network 4:15, p.3
3/28/1994 Clem Bartollas reflects on why he teaches.
21 Mini-grants provide for multicultural and gender diverse studies
Campus News Network 2:17, p.1
5/4/1992 Roster of faculty awarded mini-grants.
22 Professional leaves
Campus News Network 2:13, p.2
3/9/1992 Roster of those receiving PDLs and their research topics.
23 Northern Iowa sources for this week's topics in the news
Public Relations News Release 1991:450, p.1
3/2/1992 Faculty sources named to give in-depth information on stalking, international computer viruses, gangs in Iowa, and cutting fine arts in schools.
24 West Side Story weekend planned for alumni and friends of University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1991:415, p.1
2/20/1992 Alumni and friends of UNI are invited to a "West Side Story Weekend". Activities include tickets to the play, dinner, and a reception plus mini-educational sessions.
25 Gangs, drugs, violence growing problem in Iowa, even in rural areas
Public Relations News Release 1991:354, p.1
2/10/1992 Gang membership is growing in Iowa, according to Clemons Bartollas.
26 Narcotics Enforcement Advisory Council will meet
Public Relations News Release 1991:371, p.1
2/5/1992 Clemons Bartollas will speak to the Council on the growing problem of gang violence in Iowa.
27 Reading, writing, and revolvers
Public Relations News Release 1991:302, p.1
1/6/1992 High school students are carrying handguns to commit acts of violence or self protection, according to Clem Bartollas.
28 Northern Iowa sources for this week's topics in the news
Public Relations News Release 1991:271, p.1
12/9/1991 Available faculty and staff are listed to give added information on current topics in the news.
29 We have no room in our penitentiary today, but we're taking reservations
Public Relations News Release 1991:262, p.1
12/9/1991 Clem Bartollas urges examination of other solutions to the prison over-population problem than building more cells at a cost of between $60,000 and $70,000 per cell.
30 New research center works to help kids make it through adolescent years.
Public Relations News Release 1990:446, p.1
4/1/1991 Growing up is not always a smooth process. Adolescence is an exremely tough time.
31 Meeting needs of students at risk topic for University of Northern Iowa conference March 11-12.
Public Relations News Release 1990:385, p.1
3/4/1991 Six areas will be the focus of a working conference on services to students at risk at UNI.
32 Criminology program benefits from adolescence center
Northern Iowa Today 19:1, p.3
3/1/1991 Center promotes interdisciplinary study.
33 Regents' honor for faculty excellence
Campus News Network 1:9, p.Insert 1
1/14/1991 List of those honored.
34 Drugs in schools increasingly influencing course of education
Public Relations News Release 1990:87, p.1
10/29/1990 Drug problems in schools are disrupting educational process.
35 Gangs in Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1989:483, p.1
3/26/1990 Professor Clemens Bartollas conducts research on gang activity at the State Training School for Boys at Eldora.
36 Plan to end gang activity developed by UNI professor.
Public Relations News Release 1989:427, p.1
2/26/1990 In response to the drug related problem, Bartollas has developed a six point plan that's designed to prevent and curb gang activity. He says his plan is a combination of efforts that has been proven successful in other communities.
37 Gang prevention/intervention model revealed by University of Northern Iowa professor.
Public Relations News Release 1989:429, p.1
2/22/1990 Clemens Bartollas says Iowans can no longer afford to deny that they have a growing gang presence, especially in metropolitan areas and prisons. The gangs of the '80s and '90s are tied closely to the illegal drug trade.
38 Research center for study of adolescent problems to be created at University of Northern Iowa.
Public Relations News Release 1989:424, p.1
2/21/1990 Board of Regents accepted a report announcing the creation of a Center for the Study of Adolescence, designed to coordinate interdisciplinary research into problems such as gang violence, poor academic performance, and sexual and physical abuse.
39 University of Northern Iowa criminologist challenges the nation's educators to become more creative; "Preventing drop-outs will prevent crime."
Public Relations News Release 1989:305, p.1
12/19/1989 In order to keep marginal students, low achievers in school and often members of the lowest socio-economic class, in the classroom, Clemens Bartollas says, and in the end away from prison, educators must find more creative ways to involve them in learning
40 Prison and education- believe it or not, the costs are the same.
Public Relations News Release 1989:270, p.1
11/27/1989 Clemens Bartollas says there is a direct connection between the school dropout rate and prison populations. In many cases schools are failing to provide stimulating educational environments and skill development courses like anger management.
41 Iowa schools are no longer safe from gang activity, warns University of Northern Iowa criminologist.
Public Relations News Release 1989:135, p.1
10/4/1989 Recent research Clemens Bartollas is conducting with inmates at the State Training School for Boys at Eldora has alerted him to the growing presense of gangs and gang related activity in Iowa, not only in urban centers, but in rural communities.
42 Gang activity on the rise
Nichols--Lori Ann (Class of 1990)
Northern Iowan 86:5, p.1
9/19/1989 Increase seen in large cities; alcohol, rather than drugs, is main campus problem.
43 Gang-busters -- identifying and ending gang activity in our schools.
Public Relations News Release 1989:66, p.1
9/18/1989 Authorities are reporting that much of the activity has been traced to schools, as gang leaders try to recruit young members. Clemens Bartollas says teenagers who are attracted to a life of crime need to be told the realities of gang participation.
44 Crips, vice lords, and bloods -- all gangs operating in Iowa.
Public Relations News Release 1989:603, p.1
8/14/1989 Clemens Bartollas, says a "get tough" approach is the only way to control gangs in the state. Gang activity began in Iowa's prison system, and has spread at an alarmingly fast pace.
45 "Get tough" approach only way to control gangs in Iowa, says University of Northern Iowa criminology professor.
Public Relations News Release 1989:599, p.1
8/8/1989 Gang activity in Iowa first developed after out-of-state gang members were arrested and sent to Iowa prisons. While inside they recruited other members and fought for control of the prison populations. Money is one reason why young people join gangs.
46 University of Northern Iowa criminology professors calls for review of Iowa's community based corrections system.
Public Relations News Release 1988:572, p.1
7/25/1989 Building more prisons won't alleviate Iowa's prison overcrowding problem. Society needs to examine the basic issues which contribute to the skyrocketing numbers of convicted felons in the United States.
47 Prison overcrowding -- what do states do when there's no room in the pen?
Public Relations News Release 1988:570, p.1
7/24/1989 Clemens Bartollas says Iowa's prisons shouldn't be overcrowded and blames the problem on mismanagement, and mandatory sentencing. While new prisons are looked at as answer, they are an expensive option.
48 Distinguished Scholars announced
Northern Iowa Today 17:1, p.8
3/1/1989 Professors Clemens Bartollas and Robley Wilson recognized.
49 Northern Iowa's graduate college names two faculty members as distinguished scholars.
Public Relations News Release 1988:106, p.1
10/14/1988 Clemens Bartollas, professor of sociology and Robley Wilson, professor of English have been named as a Univesity Distingusihed Scholar.
50 Regents approve professional development leaves for 23 Northern Iowa faculty
Public Relations News Release 1987:217, p.1
1/20/1988 The Board of Regents approves Professional Development Leaves for 1988-89. Five leaves are planned for fall semester, seven for spring, and eleven for the academic year.


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