Conklin--Phyllis Bowman (Home Economics Faculty)
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Profile: the retirement class of '96-'97
Erickson--Barbara (Public Relations Staff)
Campus News Network 7:18, p.2
|5/5/1997||Thirty UNI employees will retire this year; photo.|
First teacher, student: for 39 years, husband and wife
Northern Iowan 93:55, p.13
|5/2/1997||Profile of Phyllis and Forrest Conklin; photo.|
Long term employees retiring from University of Northern Iowa to be recognized May 3
Public Relations News Release 1996:380, p.1
|4/25/1997||Thirty employees will be honored at the 39th Annual Recognition Breakfast.|
Cookin' the bird--turkey tips for the big day
Public Relations News Release 1990:201, p.1
|11/19/1990||There are many ways to prepare the Thanksgiving turkey.|
"I've got more time for bisbehaving since I started microwaving!"
Public Relations News Release 1989:501, p.1
|3/28/1990||Professor Phyllis Conklin warns against the use of plastics with microwave ovens, stating that chemicals in the plastic can leech into foods.|
Cookin' the bird¿ let's talk turkey.
Public Relations News Release 1989:257, p.1
|11/20/1989||Phillis Conklin says while there are many ways to cook the traditional Thanksgiving food, there are also a lot of ways to buy the bird¿frozen, fresh, prebasted, or selected parts.|
Turkey talk- what kind to buy, how to prepare it, what to do with the leftovers. A Northern Iowa home economics professors has advice.
Public Relations News Release 1989:261, p.1
|11/20/1989||Phillis Conklin discusses the variety of forms turkey comes in this holiday season and how it can be prepared.|
Pack nutrition along with pleasure in your child's sack lunches, says University of Northern Iowa home economics professor.
Public Relations News Release 1989:62, p.1
|9/13/1989||Conklin recommends packing fruits and vegetables to add color and texture.Chili is a popular hot dish that preserves well and contains fiber and meat. Pita bread filled with the child's favorite sandwich fixings won't get soggy as quickly as sliced bread.|
Don't get lost holding the bag! Pack a nutritional lunch.
Public Relations News Release 1989:54, p.1
|9/11/1989||Phyllis Conklin says there are ways to liven up what you find in that plain brown wrapper, and says how you keep your food cool or hot is extremely important to insure food safety.|
Fire up that grill! It's outdoor cookout time, but be careful.
Public Relations News Release 1988:537, p.1
|6/26/1989||Phyllis Conklin, says there are some precautions that need to be taken to insure food is cooked properly. Making sure your barbeque equipment is in top working order is essential when cooking outdoors.|
Admist all the junk food, there are nutritious alternatives.
Public Relations News Release 1988:113, p.1
|10/24/1988||Phyllis Conklin says there are a number of healthy snacks that can be substituted for sweets. The annual candy binge doesn't necessarily have to include junk food.|
An American tradition with fillers¿ it's hot dog month!
Public Relations News Release 1988:479, p.1
|6/23/1988||Phyllis Conklin says it's nonetheless an important - though nutritionally lacking - part of America's summer diet. As today kicks off National Hot Dog Month, Conklin reveals how the frankfurter got its abbreviated name in the U.S.|
Iowa home economists are working to strengthen the changing family unit says UNI professor
Public Relations News Release 1987:446, p.1
|8/5/1987||Phyllis Conklin explains the role of the Iowa Home Economics Association in improving the quality of life for Iowan families. Conklin focuses on dealing with the issues of teen pregnancy, and caring for the elderly.|
Radio News Network announcements
Public Relations News Release 1987:345, p.1
|4/22/1987||Joel Wells and Dennis Cryer examine a sex education bill. Phil Patton explains how parents pay their children's tuition before attending college. Doreen Hayek gives tips on computer purchases. Phyllis Conklin warns of the dangers of barbecue.|
UNI prof to participate in 'World Home Economics Day' proclamation
Public Relations News Release 1987:253, p.1
|3/11/1987||Professors Phyllis Conklin and Agatha Huepenbecker met with Governor Terry Branstad to formally announce the birth of Home Economics Day, which takes place on the thirteenth of March. Phi Epsilon Omicron, a home economics honorary, celebrated on campus.|
UNI professor to preside over annual state home economics meeting, April 3-4
Public Relations News Release 1987:255, p.1
|3/11/1987||Professor Phyllis Conklin presides over the Iowa Home Economics Association's annual meeting. Professor Joanne Spaide presented a session on nutrition, and Professor Mary Franken presented a session on home economics internships with Lynne Beykirch.|
Teacher evaluation process reviewed
Eller--Donnelle Louise (Class of 1986)
Northern Iowan 82:56, p.8
|5/6/1986||Committee formed to try to develop a better method of evaluating faculty teaching performance.|
Fast foods: serve a purpose but with lots of calories
Northern Iowan 75:45, p.12
|3/30/1979||Professor Conklin gives her views on fast foods.|
Regents approve leaves; 15 faculty granted
Northern Iowan 72:45, p.3
|3/23/1976||List of faculty and their projects.|
New honorary fraternity to Install 50 members Saturday
Public Relations News Release 1969:479, p.1
|4/8/1970||Installation of members in Phi Upsilon Omicron; list of members.|