# Brune--Irvin H. (Mathematics Faculty)

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SCI receives 2 grants for math and science institutesCollege Eye 56:14, p.1 |
1/5/1962 | NSF grants $125,000 for institutes. | |

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ISTC receives $158,000 for summer institutes hereCollege Eye 52:18, p.5 |
2/10/1961 | Receives NSF grant for earth science, biology, and mathematics institutes. | |

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NSF grants $158,700 for ISTC math and science institutesPublic Relations News Release 1960:168, p.1 |
1/10/1961 | The National Science Foundations supports the earth science, biology, and mathematics institutes. Professor Irvin Brune directs the mathematics institute, and Professor Dorothy Matal directs the two science institutes. | |

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Faculty members named to editing positionsAlumnus 45:4, p.7 |
12/1/1960 | List of those who are currently editing professional journals. | |

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ISTC math professors edit journalsPublic Relations News Release 1960:100, p.1 |
10/31/1960 | Professor Glenadine Gibb is named editor of "The Arithmetic Teacher", a journal of National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Other faculty editors include Professors E. W. Hamilton, H. Van Engen, Fred Lott, and Irvin Brune. | |

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Applications available for fellowships until October 31College Eye 52:6, p.5 |
10/21/1960 | Professors Jones and Brune are the campus representatives. | |

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Graduate fellowship applications begin todayPublic Relations News Release 1960:50, p.1 |
9/30/1960 | Students seeking graduation fellowships from the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Foundation must submit their applications to regional chairman, Professor R. G. Whitesel. Professors Howard Jones and Irvin H. Brune are campus representatives to the foundation. | |

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Kappa Mu Epsilon Holds District ConventionOld Gold 0:0, p.176 |
6/1/1960 | Kappa Mu Epsilon is a national honor fraternity for mathematics. The organization strives to encourage mathematics studies and it held a district Kappa Mu Convention in the spring. | |

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Math Department Plans New ContentOld Gold 0:0, p.101 |
6/1/1960 | As rising standards in Iowan schools rise, the Math Department rises to meet it and raise their own standards in the classroom. Both Kappa Mu Epsilon and the Mathematics Club have helped the department with multiple activities and helped join the staff meet visiting mathematicians. Staff; Photo. | |

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Math Club, Kappa Mu Epsilon Further Mathematics ProgramOld Gold 0:0, p.176 |
6/1/1959 | The Math Club is open to all who are interested in furthering their knowledge in mathematics; also, Kappa Mu Epsilon is a national honor fraternity that helps undergraduates appreciate the beauty of mathematics and its important role in our world; photo. | |

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Math Department Maintains Contact With High SchoolsOld Gold 0:0, p.107 |
6/1/1959 | The Mathematics Department aims to attract and keep students of high quality, and maintain contacts with the public schools of Iowa; the department sponsored Kappa Mu Epsilon and the Math Club; photo. | |

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Math Department Maintains Contact With High SchoolsOld Gold 0:0, p.107 |
6/1/1959 | The mathematics Deparment, headed by Mr. Haroldl Trimble, has two primary aims¿.to attract and keep students of high quality and to maintian contacts with the public schools of Iowa. Mrs. Ina Silvey experimented with film-strips | |

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Math Interest of Kappa Mu EpsilonOld Gold 0:0, p.209 |
6/1/1958 | Description of the national fraternity for students with a major or minor in mathematics; photo. | |

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Mathematics Department Enlarges StaffOld Gold 0:0, p.107 |
6/1/1958 | Description of the department and the names of the new staff members; photos. | |

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Math workshop helps teachers' arith problemsCollege Eye 48:34, p.1 |
7/5/1957 | ||

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Department of MathematicsOld Gold 0:0, p.49 |
6/1/1957 | A National Mathematics Institute was held on campus, the first to be held on any teachers college campus in the United States; the department is experimenting to see if students can obtain as much from larger classes as they can from smaller ones; photo. | |

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Kappa Mu Epsilon Sees Beauty in MathOld Gold 0:0, p.209 |
6/1/1957 | The motto of Kappa Mu Epsilon is to develop an appreciation of the beauty of mathematics; they also hold biennial national conventions that are attended by students and regional conventions during alternating years; photo. | |

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Mathematics Club Applies PrinciplesOld Gold 0:0, p.237 |
6/1/1957 | The Mathematics Club meets once a month and usually has a speaker who is often a professor or a student; in the fall and spring, picnics are held with Kappa Mu Epsilon; photo. | |

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Kappa Mu EpsilonOld Gold 0:0, p.200 |
6/1/1956 | Brief description of the group; photo. | |

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MathematicsOld Gold 0:0, p.99 |
6/1/1956 | Brief description of the department; photo. | |

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mathematics clubOld Gold 0:0, p.227 |
6/1/1956 | Brief description of the group; photo. | |

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Honor Fraternity for MathematiciansOld Gold 0:0, p.187 |
6/1/1955 | Description of Kappa Mu Epsilon, the national honor fraternity in mathematics; photos. | |

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Mathematicians Take Time Off For PicnicsOld Gold 0:0, p.216 |
6/1/1955 | Description of the Math Club and the activities that the club held during the school year; photos. | |

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Mathematics Sponsors Summer WorkshopsOld Gold 0:0, p.87 |
6/1/1955 | Description of the department and a list of the acomplishments of some of the faculty over the year; photos. | |

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Dr. Brune writes article on math for NEA journalCollege Eye 46:15, p.3 |
1/14/1955 | ||

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Kappa Mu EpsilonOld Gold 0:0, p.169 |
6/1/1954 | Brief description of the group; photo. | |

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math clubOld Gold 0:0, p.196 |
6/1/1954 | Brief description of the group; photo. | |

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MathematicsOld Gold 0:0, p.240 |
6/1/1954 | Brief description of the department; photo. | |

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Dr. Brune edits guidance bookletCollege Eye 45:15, p.3 |
1/15/1954 | For high school mathematics. | |

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Instructors work in extension fieldCollege Eye 45:15, p.7 |
1/15/1954 | Many ISTC faculty hold conferences in the field. | |

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Summer extension work goes aheadCollege Eye 44:38, p.3 |
7/17/1953 | Professor Brune is teaching a mathematics class. | |

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All ISEA officers invited to lunchCollege Eye 44:34, p.3 |
6/19/1953 | Professor Brune extends invitation. | |

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Arithmetic workshop will close tomorrowCollege Eye 44:34, p.3 |
6/19/1953 | Professor Brune directed the workshop. | |

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Math ClubOld Gold 0:0, p.183 |
6/1/1953 | Wayne Stark, Richard Kriens, and Marilyn Whittlesey serve as officers in the Mathematics Club; photo. | |

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MathematicsOld Gold 0:0, p.51 |
6/1/1953 | Professor Irwin Brune is elected local president of the Iowa State Education Association; photo. | |

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Brune and Van Engen write for yearbookCollege Eye 44:12, p.7 |
12/12/1952 | Faculty contribute to NCTM yearbook. | |

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Education president electedCollege Eye 43:33, p.1 |
6/20/1952 | Irvin Brune elected ISTC ISEA president. | |

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Name summer dept. headsCollege Eye 43:33, p.1 |
6/20/1952 | Three temporary department heads named. | |

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Kappa Mu EpsilonOld Gold 0:0, p.175 |
6/1/1952 | Description of the national honor fraternity in mathematics; photo. | |

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Math ClubOld Gold 0:0, p.204 |
6/1/1952 | Description of the Math Club and photo of the members; photo. | |

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MathematicsOld Gold 0:0, p.150 |
6/1/1952 | Brief description of the department with photos of the faculty and two students working on a project; photo. | |

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Teachers assist at career dayCollege Eye 43:6, p.6 |
10/26/1951 | In Guthrie Center. | |

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Three staff members will serve as conference leaders during the Audubon-Guthrie Counties Career Day program, October 22Public Relations News Release 1951:87, p.1 |
10/19/1951 | The program is designed for high school seniors to acquaint themselves with aspects of various occupations. Raymond Schlicher, Irvin Brune, and Julia Sparrow will speak on different grades and subjects in teaching as a career. | |

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A three-hour long discussion and a demonstration of special arithmetic teaching methods highlighted this morning's sessionPublic Relations News Release 1950:416, p.1 |
7/10/1951 | The School Public Relations workshop ends Wednesday afternoon. It was the third of five for the workshop's 117 enrollees, split into four groups for the discussion of public school problems. | |

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A four-day workshop on school-public relations will get under way, Sunday, at the collegePublic Relations News Release 1950:414, p.1 |
7/6/1951 | President J. W. Maucker will welcome enrollees at Monday morning's opening general session. Keynote speaker O. H. Roberts, Jr., will deliver his first address entitled "The Public and the Public Schools." | |

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Kappa Mu EpsilonOld Gold 0:0, p.165 |
6/1/1951 | Brief description of the group; photo. | |

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Math ClubOld Gold 0:0, p.193 |
6/1/1951 | Brief description of the group; photo. | |

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MathematicsOld Gold 0:0, p.58 |
6/1/1951 | Brief description of the department; photo. | |

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Faculty elections at ISTCPublic Relations News Release 1950:270, p.1 |
3/20/1951 | Eight faculty members have been elected to the faculty senate for two-year terms beginning Sept. 1, 1951. Terms of eight of the present 17 members will expire August 31. | |

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Faculty election results releasedCollege Eye 42:22, p.3 |
3/9/1951 | List of winners in Faculty Senate and committee elections. |

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