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Curris--Constantine William (President of UNI)

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651 'Governor's Run For Heart' nets $3,000
Northern Iowan 81:51, p.1
4/19/1985 President Curris and Doug Sharp support Governor's Run For Heart; photo.
652 Curris speaks at hearing
Northern Iowan 81:50, p.1
4/16/1985 President Curris addresses Congressional hearing on funding for higher education.
653 China and glass means first class banquet dining
Boatright--Kevin (Public Relations Staff)
Alumnus 70:1, p.22
4/1/1985 Dining Services now has ability to host large dinners in high style; photo.
654 Miller, Calhoun assume new jobs in alumni/development
Alumnus 70:1, p.4
4/1/1985 Rick Stinchfield will head Alumni Services and Development, Public Information, and Admissions; Bill Calhoun is acting director of Alumni Services and Development; Lee Miller will head Foundation; photo.
655 New committee formed to oversee athletics; alumni represented
Alumnus 70:1, p.7
4/1/1985 Athletic Advisory Council receives charge from President Curris.
656 The 'emperor has no clothes'
Robinson--James B. (Philosophy and Religion Facult
Northern Iowan 81:45, p.3
3/29/1985 Believes that President Curris did not follow procedures in the appointment of Sue Follon, but is comfortable with the avoidance of those cumbersome procedures.
657 Clarifies point on ethical reasoning
Skaine--James Cole (Speech Faculty)
Northern Iowan 81:44, p.2
3/26/1985 Criticizes Professor Remington's letter on ethical reasoning.
658 Curris mounts a white horse
Remington--Thomas Joseph (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 81:43, p.3
3/15/1985 Professor Remington is critical of President Curris' recent actions regarding the appointment of Sue Follon.
659 New format for Old Gold
Northern Iowan 81:43, p.6
3/15/1985 Will be produced by the university rather than by a private company; photo.
660 Curris meets in closed session: Affirmative action procedures discussed
Northern Iowan 81:41, p.1
3/8/1985 Faculty Senate considers appointment procedure for Sue Follon; re-affirms that procedure should be followed by everyone
661 Calhoun named acting director of alumni services
Northern Iowan 81:40, p.5
3/5/1985 William Calhoun will be acting director of alumni services and development; Rick Stinchfield will be responsible for admissions, alumni services and development, and public information services as part of long range plan.
662 Expansion of Union planned
Northern Iowan 81:35, p.6
2/15/1985 John Ketter talks about the possibilities for the expanded facility.
663 Professor questions whether affirmative action policy followed
Northern Iowan 81:31, p.1
2/1/1985 Professor Harrington asks about procedure for appointment of Sue Follon; asks if there are two sets of affirmative action procedures.
664 Jo Curris to teach business law
Wheeler--Elizabeth A. (Class of 1987)
Northern Iowan 81:28, p.11
1/22/1985 Will teach several sections of business law.
665 Curris addresses governors; outlines education proposals
Alumnus 69:4, p.7
1/1/1985 Speaks to Midwest Governors Conference; advocates local control of schools; photo.
666 Curris gains important funding for UNI
Cashman--Teresa K. (Class of 1986)
Northern Iowan 81:27, p.1
12/14/1984 President Curris makes strong appeal to Regents; stresses differences between UNI and the other Regents universities.
667 Constantine W. Curris
Northern Iowa Today 13:1, p.7
12/1/1984 Speaks at Midwestern Governors' Conference.
668 Constantine W. Curris, Richard Newell, and George Poage
Northern Iowa Today 13:1, p.7
12/1/1984 Selected for positions by United Nations Association.
669 Curris reflects on highs and lows of first year
Boatright--Kevin (Public Relations Staff)
Northern Iowa Today 13:1, p.1
12/1/1984 President Curris considers difficulties, achievements, and plans after first year in office; photo.
670 Curris supports education
Northern Iowan 81:22, p.6
11/20/1984 President Curris spoke at a meeting of the Midwestern Governor's Conference, discussing the importance of education.
671 Curris begins second year; today is the highest point
Alumnus 68:3, p.10
10/1/1984 President Curris reviews his first year at UNI including the budget problem, Old Administration, SCUP, staff changes, collective bargaining, and his vision for the future.
672 Graduate programs seek niche while battling low funding, enrollment
Alumnus 68:3, p.13
10/1/1984 Dean Downey looks at graduate study at UNI; considers problems and strong points; photo.
673 Scherzo
Hantula--Tim (Class of 1985)
Northern Iowan 81:8, p.2
9/28/1984 The Old Ad demolition man consults with President Curris.
674 Regents review UNI plans
Northern Iowan 81:7, p.1
9/25/1984 Regents and academic officials participate in a long-range planning seminar
675 Tuition increase discussed
Northern Iowan 81:7, p.1
9/25/1984 The Board of Regents proposed raising the tuition 6% for residents, and 12% for non-residents, for all three state universities; student leaders state opposition; photo.
676 Chinese officials at UNI
Camarigg--Valerie M. (Class of 1986)
Northern Iowan 81:3, p.14
9/11/1984 Group offers reactions to US education; President Curris signs protocol of understanding; may lead to student and faculty exchanges; photo.
677 UNI leaders have an influence
Northern Iowan 81:3, p.3
9/11/1984 Information about a UNI leadership retreat.
678 Curris outlines changes
Northern Iowan 81:2, p.5
9/7/1984 President Constantine Curris talks about UNI's reputation in the state, enrollment, and the Ed. D.; photo.
679 New science dean named by Regents
Northern Iowan 80:60, p.1
6/29/1984 Profile of Roy Saigo; John Page named acting head of Art Department; other personnel matters decided.
680 Chinese visit reinforces exchange
UNI Century 12:3, p.2
6/1/1984 Three Chinese visitors visit campus for four days.
681 Planning report recommends distinctive changes
UNI Century 12:3, p.1
6/1/1984 SCUP makes recommendations based on survey results; President Curris reacts to recommendations.
682 1,500 receive degrees Saturday
Northern Iowan 80:56, p.3
5/1/1984 Description of ceremonies; will include honors for Class of 1934; Elizabeth Robst will give address.
683 Curris selects committee for VP replacement search
Northern Iowan 80:56, p.1
5/1/1984 President Curris names committee; expresses concern about recent rash of resignations.
684 Phi Eta Sigma initiates 111
Brown--Molly (Student--1983-1984)
Northern Iowan 80:50, p.11
4/10/1984 President Curris addresses group; photo.
685 Curris describes "splendid agony"
Northern Iowan 80:49, p.1
4/6/1984 President Curris talks about his first 8 months on the job; offers diagnosis of major problems.
686 Explains calendar decision
Rider--Paul Edward (Chemistry Faculty)
Northern Iowan 80:49, p.3
4/6/1984 Professor Paul Rider explains why he voted against the proposed calendar change.
687 Tuesday Morning
Ratekin--Jack G. (Class of 1984)
Northern Iowan 80:48, p.2
4/3/1984 Suggestions on how to raise money for the university; comments on dinner for Chinese visitors.
688 Chinese delegation completes UNI visit
Northern Iowan 80:47, p.1
3/30/1984 President Curris signs memorandum of understanding establishing "sister university" status with Chinese university; description of development of program initiated by Professor Lu; photo.
689 Information management title okayed
Brown--Molly (Student--1983-1984)
Northern Iowan 80:47, p.5
3/30/1984 Department of Business Education and Administrative Management will become Department of Information Management; defeat suggestion from President Curris to change academic calendar.
690 Questions logic of increase
Smith--Paul A. (Class of 1988)
Northern Iowan 80:47, p.2
3/30/1984 Smith feels that President Curris is not doing enough to oppose the tuition increase for students.
691 UNI administrators seek 'unified sense of purpose'
Northern Iowan 80:47, p.3
3/30/1984 Highlights of the SCUP report.
692 tgif
Northern Iowan 80:45, p.2
3/23/1984 A look at President Curris and the Faculty Senate.
693 Tuesday Morning
Ratekin--Jack G. (Class of 1984)
Northern Iowan 80:42, p.2
3/6/1984 Results of contest to select pet for the Currises.
694 Curris urges educational renovation
Northern Iowan 80:41, p.5
3/2/1984 Excerpts from President Curris's speech on technology in higher education; photo.
695 Forces unite to save Old Ad
UNI Century 12:2, p.7
3/1/1984 Regents grant six month reprieve; building placed on National Register of Historic Places; potential uses for building considered.
696 Internal promotion for athletic director
UNI Century 12:2, p.5
3/1/1984 Interim director Robert Bowlsby selected; photo.
697 Western Illinois administrator becomes new V.P.
UNI Century 12:2, p.5
3/1/1984 John Conner is new vice president for administration and finance; photo.
698 President Constantine Curris
Northern Iowan 80:40, p.5
2/28/1984 Will speak on technology in higher education.
699 SCORE honors Wubbena
Northern Iowan 80:34, p.6
2/7/1984 Professor Wubbena honored for developing business resource network.
700 Curris examines University finances, makes appeal for faculty participation
Brown--Molly (Student--1983-1984)
Northern Iowan 80:33, p.1
2/3/1984 Extensive excerpts from speech; President Curris points out strengths and difficulties.


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