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601 UNI to Offer New Course: "Religion in Black America"
Public Relations News Release 1970:251, p.1
12/11/1970 "Religion in Black America" will be offered by the department of philosophy and religion at UNI in the spring.
602 College of Criminal Justice receives new support
Northern Iowan 67:21, p.7
12/4/1970 Endorsed by Black Hawk County supervisors.
603 Music and art
Northern Iowan 67:17, p.16
11/13/1970 Will combine Man and Materials with Exploring Music course in experimental offering.
604 Faculty approves six new majors
Bancroft--Craig M. (Class of 1973)
Northern Iowan 67:13, p.1
10/30/1970 Approve new majors in Asian Studies, Journalism, Linguistics, Philosophy, Religion, and Social Work.
605 Senators discuss pass-no credit
Crock--Ellen
Northern Iowan 67:13, p.1
10/30/1970 Raises number of pass/fail hours to twenty hours; limits majors to fifty-five hours.
606 Repression not the answer for campus discontent
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
Public Relations News Release 67:3, p.3
9/25/1970 Believes repression will aggravate situation; urges curricular reform.
607 Ecology seminar to be offered
Public Relations News Release 67:1, p.8
9/18/1970 Description of new course.
608 College of Natural Sciences
McCollum--Clifford G. (Science Faculty; CNS Dean)
Alumnus 55:2, p.6
5/1/1970 Brief history of organization of college; aims, objectives, opportunities, challenges; photo.
609 Twenty years of accomplishment
Alumnus 55:2, p.4
5/1/1970 Essay illustrating President Maucker's achievements in the growth of the university, especially in the areas of enrollment, staff, programs, and facilities; photo.
610 Disagrees with Haupt on gen. ed..
Hallberg--Fred William (Philosophy and Religion Faculty)
Northern Iowan 66:46, p.2
4/7/1970 Professor Hallberg believes that there are programmable parts of general education; believes faculty are best equipped to design curriculum.
611 General Ed. is only theoretically sound
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
Northern Iowan 66:42, p.3
3/13/1970 Professor Fox admits shortcomings of program, but maintains that curricular modification is faculty job.
612 University Forum
Northern Iowan 66:39, p.1
3/3/1970 Will discuss Black Studies.
613 New degree OK'd by Regents
Northern Iowan 66:30, p.8
1/30/1970 Approve specialist degree in science education.
614 Behind the scenes
UNI Quarterly 1:2, p.4
1/1/1970 Campus news wrap-up consisting of short articles about many people and events; photo.
615 Student senate makes request for voting privileges in UCC
Northern Iowan 66:26, p.8
12/12/1969 Wants two students appointed to Curriculum Committee.
616 Is the curriculum irrelevant?
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
Alumnus 54:4, p.7
12/1/1969 Professor Fox examines object and value of what is learned in college.
617 Introduce concept of cluster college
Northern Iowan 66:20, p.6
11/14/1969 Professor Quirk explains concept which includes innovation, flexibility, and greater student involvement.
618 Higher education course offered
Northern Iowan 66:7, p.3
9/30/1969 Three-course sequence available for those who wish to teach in higher education.
619 BA comps eliminated
Northern Iowan 66:1, p.8
9/9/1969 Regents approve discontinuation of BA comprehensive exams; approve addition of Bachelor of Music as well as several new majors, minors, and emphases.
620 College of Humanities and Fine Arts
Shields--Allan C. (CHFA Dean)
Alumnus 54:3, p.3
9/1/1969 Explains reasons for college structure; program strengths; curriculum and programs; photo.
621 Curricular changes finalized
Northern Iowan 65:63, p.1
7/3/1969 Regents agree to drop BA comprehensive exam; authorize majors in earth science, French, home economics education, library science, and sociology at master's level.
622 Proposes Senate open credit; join NSA
Northern Iowan 65:59, p.1
5/16/1969 Would earn credit for participating in student government.
623 Creativity course
Northern Iowan 65:58, p.6
5/13/1969 Professor Earls will prepare for course to be offered in fall.
624 New course
Northern Iowan 65:55, p.6
5/2/1969 Will offer problem-solving course.
625 Ombudsman
Northern Iowan 65:53, p.4
4/25/1969 Questions about majors, course credit, and going barefoot.
626 Major constitutes fraud; sense of uneasiness
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:49, p.2
4/11/1969 Professor Fox talks about the expansion of majors at the expense of general education; considers possibility of expanding undergraduate degree to five years.
627 Fox opposes too much specialization
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:46, p.3
3/21/1969 Professor Fox decries specialized undergraduate degrees.
628 Open credit approved
Northern Iowan 65:46, p.8
3/21/1969 Students would be able to put together a project and then submit it to a committee of three faculty members.
629 The problem of communication
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:29, p.2
12/20/1968 Professor Fox believes that it may be necessary to restructure standard literature to include African-American work, but that literature courses should not include such work only because it is African-American.
630 Facts on Black Literature course
Lindberg--John Monson (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:27, p.2
12/13/1968 Professor Lindberg briefly outlines his course.
631 Education sequence study to be made
Northern Iowan 65:26, p.7
12/10/1968 Most recent previous study had been in 1957.
632 Dr. Guillaume explains art curriculum
Northern Iowan 65:22, p.12
11/22/1968 All art majors invited.
633 Black course
Northern Iowan 65:20, p.12
11/15/1968 English Department will offer course on African-American literature.
634 Dr. Fox remains unconvinced
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:20, p.2
11/15/1968 Professor Fox believes that African-American literature should be integrated into existing courses of study and be judged by standards used to judge any other literature.
635 In defense of Dr. Fox
Yagla--Dave
Northern Iowan 65:20, p.3
11/15/1968 Believes Professor Fox has been in vanguard of including black literature in his courses.
636 Proposes A-V education
Kramer--Kay Frederick (Education Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:20, p.4
11/15/1968 Believes that all future teachers will need to understand audiovisual methods of instruction.
637 Courses in Afro-American Lit.; perspective
McKean--Keith F. (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:17, p.2
11/5/1968 Department of English will offer experimental course.
638 'Myth of Negro past'
Eiklor--John Leonard (History Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:15, p.2
10/29/1968 Letter suggests creation of an Afro-American Humanities course as a stopgap measure until Black history and culture can be fully integrated into general survey courses.
639 Supports general ed. revision and additional electives
Lindberg--John Monson (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:15, p.2
10/29/1968 Letter expresses support for Howard J. Thompson's desire for revision of general education program, but disagrees with Thompson's stand against black history and literature courses.
640 'No to electives: must reconstruct general ed.'
Thompson--Howard John (Student--1941; History Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:14, p.3
10/25/1968 Letter argues against course on history of Black America and offers alternatives.
641 Man and materials gives artist's insight
Obermeier--Mary
Northern Iowan 65:14, p.8
10/25/1968 Overview of art appreciation course Man and Materials; drawing.
642 'Dr. Fox argued wrongly against them'
Childress--Carl W. (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:12, p.3
10/18/1968 Letter attempts to show that Professor Fox used improper reasoning and bad logic to defend his objections to Black history and Black literature courses in his 10/11/68 letter.
643 'Dr. Fox has selective view of literature'
Lindberg--John Monson (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:12, p.3
10/18/1968 Letter attempts to show that Professor Fox is mistaken in his claim that Black literature is not significant enough to be studied as a separate genre.
644 Alvin Loving discusses education for minorities
Northern Iowan 65:12, p.6
10/18/1968 Alvin Loving discussed race relations and minority education; disagreed with 10/11/68 column by Josef Fox on black history and black literature courses; was featured speaker at workshop of Midwest Laboratory School Administrators Association.
645 Objects to 'black' courses
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:10, p.2
10/11/1968 Column expresses concern that black history and black literature courses may be counterproductive, and calls for worthwhile black works to be studied in the standard courses.
646 Minority group discusses Afro-American course
Brewer--Marcia
Northern Iowan 65:8, p.1
10/4/1968 Afro-American history course, integration of Price Lab School, and a possible cooperative project with a Chicago Afro-American Center were discussed.
647 Maucker speaks out against irresponsible campus dissent
Witt--William G. (Class of 1972; Public Information Services Staff; General Assembly Member)
Northern Iowan 65:6, p.1
9/27/1968 President Maucker praises faculty and students for debate without violence and outlines major tasks for 1968-69; photo.
648 Student discontent mounting
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
Northern Iowan 65:4, p.2
9/20/1968 Examines student challenges to administrative and faculty authority.
649 Maucker given permission to change comparison schedule; Regents' summer action
Northern Iowan 65:1, p.1
9/10/1968 Lists of schools, salaries, technology degree, teaching centers, budget, enrollment, and public safety were topics of summer Regents' meetings.
650 New degree for UNI
Alumnus 53:3, p.5
9/1/1968 Regents approve Bachelor of Technology.

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