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301 Experimental course set
Northern Iowan 80:14, p.8
10/18/1983 Robert Gish will teach course on Mexican-American literature.
302 News Notes
Northern Iowan 80:12, p.4
10/7/1983 UNISA has committee vacancies; students must apply for admission to certain computer-related courses.
303 Three bachelor's degrees approved by Regents
Northern Iowan 80:8, p.5
9/23/1983 New programs in family services, natural interpretation, and counseling approved.
304 Iowa Board of Regents approves jazz minor, 46 new courses
Northern Iowan 80:1, p.7
8/26/1983 Detailed look at curricular changes including addition of degrees in translation, biotechnology, dietetics, and vocational technical education, and a jazz minor..
305 News Notes
Northern Iowan 79:60, p.3
7/15/1983 Darrel Hoff will serve on professional association board; MDF will offer microcomputer workshop; UNI-GLO meets Wednesdays; course on law enforcement will be offered; guide to law will be used in schools this year.
306 Riley article focuses on history program
Northern Iowan 79:54, p.10
5/3/1983 Glenda Riley published an article about starting the public history program at UNI.
307 Faculty Senate approves major
Bramblette--Dana (Class of 1992)
Northern Iowan 79:49, p.5
4/15/1983 Presidential search committee reports on progress; considering natural history major.
308 Classroom setting different for relationship/sexuality class
Youngblut--Sue
Northern Iowan 79:48, p.15
4/12/1983 Marilyn Story talks about the history of the Human Relationships and Sexuality course.
309 Teaching handicapped drivers
Bowman--Teresa
Northern Iowan 79:43, p.13
3/25/1983 Jeanette Winegarden talks about teaching the course.
310 News Notes . . . .
Northern Iowan 79:39, p.3
3/1/1983 Counseling Center will offer group to support those who have lost someone to death; Bartlett Hall will host "The Dating Game"; Department of Political Science will offer course on women in politics.
311 Life series courses to end
Brummond--Geri
Northern Iowan 79:27, p.9
1/18/1983 Life Series courses will be replaced by general biology courses.
312 Regents approve master's in health education
UNI Century 11:1, p.6
12/1/1982 Degree will be offered with emphases in health promotion/fitness management, community health education, cardiac rehabilitation, and school health.
313 Regents OK doctorate in education
UNI Century 11:1, p.1
12/1/1982 Regents approve Ed. D. on November 18, despite opposition from Wayne Richey; several M. A. programs may be dropped.
314 New algebra class to be offered
Sundberg--Anne M. (Class of 1982)
Northern Iowan 79:19, p.3
11/9/1982 Will offer elementary algebra.
315 Focus on Westerns
Northern Iowan 79:18, p.6
11/5/1982 Robert Gish will teach course on American Western literature.
316 Master's degree, new courses approved by Board of Regents
Johnson--Scott Robert (Class of 1985)
Northern Iowan 79:15, p.7
10/26/1982 Health education master's degree approved; approve architectural services for CAC; Professor Vajpeyi will head Political Science Department during Professor Ross's PDL.
317 Alternative workshop offered
Pentz--Julie E. (Class of 1982)
Northern Iowan 78:59, p.3
7/2/1982 Professor Fortgang's class will explore world of young people.
318 Cartography certification begins
Bennett--Vanessa Renee (Class of 1982)
Northern Iowan 78:50, p.3
4/20/1982 Professor Nijim explains new certification program.
319 Course to be offered for stage fright
Strang--Mary (Student--1982)
Northern Iowan 78:49, p.6
4/16/1982 Professor Bozik will teach special section of basic speech course.
320 Enrollment meeting held
Northern Iowan 78:48, p.4
4/13/1982 For those interested in public administration curriculum.
321 New criteria for Phase I
Lee--Pamela (Student--1982)
Northern Iowan 78:47, p.5
4/9/1982 New criteria for admittance to the special education program.
322 Public administration major offers basics, background
Spielbauer--Marie
Northern Iowan 78:46, p.8
4/6/1982 Department of Political Science will offer public administration major.
323 Earn health degree through U of I
Northern Iowan 78:42, p.11
3/12/1982 Students may complete three years at UNI before transferring to UI.
324 Learn computer science
Northern Iowan 78:41, p.6
3/9/1982 Gene Lutz and Andrew Gilpin will teach course on use of computers in the social sciences.
325 New administration major available
UNI Century 10:2, p.6
3/1/1982 Department of Political Science will offer public administration major.
326 Marketing minor revision proposed
Howard--Craig G.
Northern Iowan 78:37, p.5
2/23/1982 Steve Corbin talks about the proposed changes.
327 Recording class recommended
Rafique--Zarina
Northern Iowan 78:36, p.11
2/19/1982 Description of Audio Recording Techniques course.
328 History seminar offered
Northern Iowan 78:24, p.6
12/4/1981 George Poage will offer course on United Nations.
329 Learn to help people with stress
Rafique--Zarina
Northern Iowan 78:24, p.13
12/4/1981 Tom Keefe will offer course.
330 'Direct Response' now offered
Ross--Mike
Northern Iowan 78:22, p.5
11/20/1981 Roger Kueter will teach Direct Response Marketing Communication.
331 New course for humans
Northern Iowan 78:22, p.5
11/20/1981 John Eiklor will teach "Uses of the Humanities in Becoming Human".
332 New class offered
Bantz--B. J.
Northern Iowan 78:18, p.7
11/6/1981 A new class exploring evolution and related topics will be offered next semester.
333 Dialogue to be studied
Armstrong--Kathryn R. (Class of 1982)
Northern Iowan 78:17, p.5
11/3/1981 The Political Science Department is offering a new course on the political relations between the north and south hemispheres.
334 New majors approved
UNI Century 9:4, p.7
10/1/1981 Approve majors in power and energy technology; computer science and computer information systems, public administration, and minor in business communication.
335 Peace studies course offered
Hahn--Marcia
Northern Iowan 78:6, p.6
9/18/1981 Professor Roberts outlines course.
336 Graphic design offers job advantages
Petra--Ross A. (Class of 1977; Library Faculty)
Northern Iowan 78:4, p.13
9/11/1981 A quick look at the graphic design curriculum.
337 Course on aging offered
Northern Iowan 78:2, p.5
9/1/1981 Professor Suh will teach course.
338 Frustrations on the job to be studied
Northern Iowan 78:2, p.3
9/1/1981 Professor Claus will conduct seminars in association with extension course.
339 Seminar on costumes
Breinig--Cathy
Northern Iowan 78:2, p.4
9/1/1981 Professor Megivern will teach course on care and use of historic costume.
340 New seminar probes exceptionality
Hansen--Dave
Northern Iowan 78:1, p.4
8/28/1981 Professor Boots will look at autism and other differences.
341 Curricular changes to include new majors, ROTC
Northern Iowan 77:57, p.2
6/12/1981 Proposals would add ROTC program; energy technology, computer science, computer information systems, public administration majors; and business communication minor.
342 Faculty Senate votes for labs, social work
Alumnus 66:2, p.10
5/1/1981 Would require students to have some sort of lab work; approve proposal to establish Department of Social Work.
343 Career options for marketing majors
Maltby--Craig S. (Class of 1982)
Northern Iowan 77:41, p.8
3/13/1981 Steve Corbin talks about the potential for marketing students; plan changes in curriculum.
344 Recording technology minor offered
Trout--Carleen
Northern Iowan 77:39, p.4
3/6/1981 Description of new minor.
345 'Master level teaching'
Tucker--Donna
Northern Iowan 77:34, p.4
2/17/1981 A look at the curriculum for graduate study in education.
346 Amateur sleuths can sharpen their skills
Northern Iowan 77:27, p.6
1/23/1981 Erlene Hubly will teach course on mystery fiction.
347 Race relations class added
Northern Iowan 77:26, p.6
12/12/1980 Jim Chadney will teach course on "Ethnic and Race Relations".
348 Are these classes an 'easy A'
Clarken--Michelle (Class of 1982)
Northern Iowan 77:23, p.5
11/25/1980 A look a several popular classes on campus.
349 One recreation major becomes two
Breuer--Teresa A.
Northern Iowan 77:23, p.3
11/25/1980 Carol Cooper talks about the split into Therapeutic Recreation and Community Recreation.
350 Rural education seminar offered
Northern Iowan 77:23, p.5
11/25/1980 Professor Dreier talks about the course he will teach.

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