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251 School psychology enrollment down
Northern Iowan 82:61, p.3
7/18/1986 Don Schmits cites extended course of study and lack of prestige for the profession.
252 Environmental Institute sponsors study tour on energy
Northern Iowa Today 14:3, p.3
6/1/1986 Will take month-long tour of energy-related sites; four credit hour class.
253 UNI may offer nursing degree
Mayo--Sandra (Class of 1987)
Northern Iowan 82:56, p.10
5/6/1986 Jane Hasek talks about the work going on between the Allen School of Nursing and UNI to establish a joint study program.
254 Senate approves writing proposal
Eller--Donnelle Louise (Class of 1986)
Northern Iowan 82:51, p.1
4/18/1986 Faculty Senate hopes to replace the writing competency exam with a full semester writing course.
255 Regents approve 2.96 percent room and board increase
Morse--Julie A. (Class of 1988)
Northern Iowan 82:44, p.1
3/25/1986 Also approves tenure and promotion decisions; photo.
256 Regents to vote on room and board rates
Klostermann--Marcia (Student--1985-1986)
Northern Iowan 82:42, p.1
3/11/1986 Will vote on 2.6% increase proposal and on settlement with Paul Tenney.
257 "Culture of the Ghetto" worth keeping
Fishel--Jeffrey L.
Northern Iowan 82:40, p.2
3/4/1986 Defends Professor Henry H. Parker's class, "Culture of the Ghetto".
258 New majors create opportunities in broadcasting
Northern Iowan 82:38, p.4
2/25/1986 Three new communications/radio-TV majors are created to take the place of the existing one.
259 UNI considers M. Phil. Degree
Bingham--Elizabeth (Class of 1915)
Northern Iowan 82:37, p.1
2/21/1986 Graduate College makes second attempt to have a Master of Philosophy degree program started at UNI.
260 Letter lodges complaints against school curricula
Klostermann--Marcia (Student--1985-1986)
Northern Iowan 82:33, p.3
261 Survival skills taught
Northern Iowan 82:32, p.13
2/4/1986 Description of ROTC course Military Survival Skills.
262 Departments develop new degree
Northern Iowan 82:28, p.11
1/21/1986 School of Business and Department of Philosophy and Religion will combine studies for a five-year MBA; Professor Thakur talks about the plan.
263 International studies in jeopardy
Welch--James D. (Laboratory School Faculty)
Northern Iowan 82:25, p.1
12/6/1985 Funding may stop the search for a permanent head; acting head Richard Newell offers ideas on the structure of the program.
264 High tech and high touch are basis of new major
Lenius--Debra Blake (Class of 1977; Public Relations Staff)
Northern Iowa Today 14:1, p.4
12/1/1985 Close look at development of new curriculum in information management; photo.
265 Criminology minor becomes a major: Only program in Iowa
Northern Iowan 82:23, p.6
11/22/1985 Faculty talk about the new degree.
266 New course to be offered
Meek--Cindy Kay
Northern Iowan 82:23, p.7
11/22/1985 Professor Reineke talks about her new course, Women and Christianity.
267 International affairs minor in full swing
Engel--Jeffrey S. (Class of 1987)
Northern Iowan 82:22, p.7
11/19/1985 Professor Vajpeyi talks about the new minor.
268 New courses in Russian studies
Northern Iowan 82:22, p.6
11/19/1985 List of new courses.
269 European Studies major now offered
Northern Iowan 82:21, p.7
11/15/1985 Quick look at the new major.
270 "Black Education" class offered this spring
Northern Iowan 82:20, p.11
11/12/1985 Marilyn Monteiro talks about the class that she will teach.
271 Committee approves 11 new broadcasting courses
Truex--Joan (Student--1985-1987)
Northern Iowan 82:18, p.1
11/5/1985 Will be used in restructuring broadcasting major.
272 Master's offered in computer applications in education
Northern Iowan 82:15, p.9
10/25/1985 John Wedman talks about the new course of study.
273 Computerized accounting class to be offered
Northern Iowan 82:14, p.9
10/22/1985 Ron Abraham talks about a new course in computerized accounting systems.
274 Master's in computer education offered
Dunn--Daniel D. Danny (Class of 1985)
Northern Iowan 82:9, p.4
10/1/1985 David Duncan and Whitfield East talk about the purposes of and need for the new degree.
275 Class helps cope with death
Northern Iowan 82:8, p.13
9/27/1985 Don Feuerhak teaches On Death and Dying.
276 Curricula changes
Northern Iowan 82:2, p.1
9/6/1985 New Bachelor of Science will include majors in geology, chemistry, physics, and applied physics; also new majors in criminology and European studies; new minors in interpretive communication and international affairs.
277 Degree programs offer new educational opportunities
Northern Iowa Today 13:4, p.3
9/1/1985 Bachelor of Science, majors in criminology and European studies, and minors in international affairs and interpretive communication available this fall.
278 Course combines theatre, health
Northern Iowan 81:61, p.4
7/19/1985 Phyllis Carlin talks about Interpretation in Health Communication.
279 New majors, minors considered
Witt--Nancy (Student--1985-1988)
Northern Iowan 81:57, p.3
6/14/1985 Board of Regents considering new Bachelor of Science; majors in criminology and European studies; minors in international affairs and interpretive communication.
280 New computer degree attracts instructors
Northern Iowa Today 13:2, p.7
3/1/1985 UNI offers new master's degree in computer science education.
281 UNI to have Computer Science masters
Northern Iowan 81:37, p.6
2/22/1985 Will offer master's degree in computer science education.
282 Requirements changed
Witt--Nancy (Student--1985-1988)
Northern Iowan 81:36, p.8
2/19/1985 Department of Special Education announces proposed changes in its master's degree program.
283 Former Home Management House to become new UNI alumni center
Alumnus 69:4, p.5
1/1/1985 Department of Home Economics phases out home management program; Alumni Services will move in; photo.
284 Poetry course offered
Northern Iowan 81:24, p.18
12/4/1984 Information about a course offered in the spring semester studying the poetry and fiction from a wide variety of Iowa authors.
285 Regents approve changes
Northern Iowan 81:22, p.7
11/20/1984 The Board of Regents approved two new master's level programs in computer science, and many new positions and policies.
286 Department helps student/computer relations
Northern Iowan 81:11, p.11
10/9/1984 Department of Business Education and Administrative Management becomes Department of Information Management; Linda Gammill talks about the curriculum.
287 Helping students find information
Northern Iowan 81:10, p.3
10/5/1984 A look at the library orientation course.
288 Social work adds abuse certificate
Alumnus 68:3, p.7
10/1/1984 Students can earn substance abuse counseling certificate.
289 Beg. Portuguese offered
Northern Iowan 81:2, p.8
9/7/1984 A new class is offered at UNI, beginning Portuguese.
290 New social work cert.
Northern Iowan 81:2, p.5
9/7/1984 Students may earn a certificate in drug abuse counseling.
291 Special course on death
Northern Iowan 80:63, p.1
7/20/1984 Tom Davis talks about the course.
292 Substance abuse counselor program available in fall
Feld--Ann Marie
Northern Iowan 80:56, p.4
5/1/1984 Don Maypole talks about new social work program.
293 All students
Northern Iowan 80:41, p.7
3/2/1984 Sign up for computer courses.
294 Geography of the Bible
Northern Iowan 80:28, p.9
1/17/1984 Class will begin; will tour Holy Land.
295 New majors approved
UNI Century 12:1, p.3
12/1/1983 Regents approve majors in family services, natural interpretation, and counseling.
296 Translation master's degree program introduced at UNI
Northern Iowan 80:21, p.4
11/11/1983 Professor Hawley speaks at length about the new program.
297 "New look" for women's studies
Finder--Sally (Student--1983)
Northern Iowan 80:20, p.12
11/8/1983 Glenda Riley talks at length at the Women's Studies Program, its history, and its development.
298 UNI course concerning a "subject relevant to everyone"
Nelson--Gary G.
Northern Iowan 80:20, p.13
11/8/1983 Joel Wells talks about the Human Relationships and Sexuality course.
299 Theater class given
Northern Iowan 80:19, p.15
11/4/1983 George Glenn will teach class that will look at three Shakespeare classes.
300 Listening skills class to be offered
Northern Iowan 80:17, p.6


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