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Department of Biology

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101 Bio trippers break for Everglades
Klostermann--Marcia (Student--1985-1986)
Northern Iowan 82:25, p.19
12/6/1985 Roger Raimist will take biology study group to the South for spring break.
102 UNI Organizing VIP Program 'Volunteers for Preserves'; New Members Sought
Public Relations News Release 1985:79, p.1
10/14/1985 The VIP program is looking for more people who would like to volunteer and help them out. Three members: Wayne Wilson, Karen Orr, and Deb Hjelle, have helped out the most.
103 Keepers of British Herbarium to Visit UNI Oct. 7-11
Public Relations News Release 1985:62, p.1
9/30/1985 Richard J. Pankhurst will visit UNI and perform three lectures during his stay.
104 UNI & Hartman Reserve Invite Nature Lovers to 'Natural History Field Day' at Hickory Hills Park Sept. 21
Public Relations News Release 1985:34, p.1
9/13/1985 Everyone was welcome to the 'National History Field Day' where visitors attend sessions about nature and can go hiking, canoeing, or wildlife viewing.
105 A "Natural" team
Lenius--Debra Blake (Class of 1977; Public Relations Staff)
Northern Iowa Today 13:4, p.4
9/1/1985 History of conservation and environmental education at UNI; Institute for Environmental Education begun this year; photo.
106 An afternoon in the park
Northern Iowan 81:5, p.17
9/18/1984 Outdoor festival associated with the Biological Preserves; photo.
107 An afternoon in the park
Northern Iowan 81:3, p.5
9/11/1984 The Department of Biology is sponsoring an Afternoon in the Park to support the Biological Preserves.
108 New majors approved
UNI Century 12:1, p.3
12/1/1983 Regents approve majors in family services, natural interpretation, and counseling.
109 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.
110 Life series courses to end
Northern Iowan 79:27, p.9
1/18/1983 Life Series courses will be replaced by general biology courses.
111 Department heads named
Northern Iowan 78:62, p.3
7/23/1982 Daryl Smith will head Biology; Charles May will head Curriculum and Instruction; Shirley Haupt will be acting head of Art; Paul Rider will head EOP until permanent head can be hired; Leander Brown will head Affirmative Action.
112 College of Natural Sciences
Old Gold 0:0, p.33
6/1/1982 The College of Natural Sciences and Department of Biology oversee the Biological Preserves System; photo.
113 Department strives to make an impact
Old Gold 0:0, p.34
6/1/1982 The Department of Biology concerns itself in active contribution within the state of Iowa; photo.
114 Regents approve calendar
Northern Iowan 77:61, p.1
7/24/1981 Calendars for 1982 and 1983 approved; Daryl Smith will be acting head of Department of Biology; Tom Thompson will be acting dean of the College of Humanities and Fine Arts.
115 Former westgate resident named CNS 'Student of the Month' at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1980:153, p.1
10/20/1980 Terry Ray Reisner was recentlythe first to be named student of the month by the department of biology.
116 UNI faculty members write biology text
Public Relations News Release 1980:62, p.1
9/10/1980 Professors James Kelly and Alan Orr co-author biology text titled, "Self-Pacing Biology Experiments".
117 Allegre reception
Northern Iowan 76:48, p.11
4/11/1980 Reception for Charles Allegre, who will be retiring in May.
118 Allegre reception
Northern Iowan 76:47, p.3
4/8/1980 Reception for Dr. Charles Allegre, who will be retiring in May.
119 Biology
Old Gold 0:0, p.39
6/1/1979 The Department of Biology offers many opportunities to students with scientific interests; the biology courses are mainly held in the newly constructed science building, also in an arboretum, two local forest preserves, and in a prairie preserve; photo.
120 College Of Natural Sciences
Old Gold 0:0, p.38
6/1/1979 The College of Natural Science attempts to perform the basic academic functions of instruction, research, and service; the six instructional departments are: Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Industrial Technology, Mathematics, and Physics; photo.
121 Biologists
Northern Iowan 75:10, p.3
10/3/1978 May purchase a "UNI Biology" jacket.
122 Conifers on campus
Northern Iowan 75:9, p.10
9/29/1978 Biology students examining local trees.
123 It's a fact--UNI liberal arts graduates outnumber teachers
UNI Century 6:2, p.6
3/1/1978 Administrators outline latest trends for students in their departments.
124 Sees problems in biology dept
Northern Iowan 73:56, p.3
5/6/1977 Points out curricular sequencing problem and potential threats to equipment in the Biology Department.
125 "Second to none"; med students' blessing
Northern Iowan 72:55, p.9
5/4/1976 Reactions of current medical and dental students to their undergraduate science degrees from UNI.
126 Grads "get the word"
Northern Iowan 72:28, p.7
12/12/1975 Department of Biology uses difficult and new words to extend their knowledge.
127 Phase I; Environmental Research Center
UNI Century 2:1, p.4
1/1/1974 Description of facilities in new $650,000 building; plans for further development of building; photo.
128 UNI gains international atmosphere
Northern Iowan 69:29, p.4
2/2/1973 Four international students are studying in the Department of Biology.
129 UNI Biological Preserve: delicate outdoor laboratory
Public Relations News Release 1972:264, p.1
1/28/1972 Article on the UNI Biological Preseve.
130 UNI Prof Awarded Grant
Public Relations News Release 1972:193, p.1
12/6/1971 The Iowa State Preserves Advisory Board has awarded a $1,200 grant to a UNI professor for a study of the natural history of Brush Creek Canyon in northeastern Iowa.
131 UNI to Hold Summer Institute in Biology
Public Relations News Release 1970:284, p.1
1/7/1971 An institue for 32 junior and senior high school life science and biology teachers will be offered next summer at UNI from June 14 to August 15.
132 UNI Biology Pro Discusses Butterflies
Public Relations News Release 1970:42, p.1
9/24/1970 Dr. Downey is one of the nation's leading authorities on butterflies.
133 Cutline
Public Relations News Release 1969:709, p.1
7/24/1970 This picture of a chigger was made using the UNI's electron microscope.
134 UNI Biology Prof Gives Advice about Chiggers
Public Relations News Release 1969:708, p.1
7/24/1970 Dr. Wilson is one of the world's leading authorities on mites, of which chiggers are a variety.
135 Valuable butterfly collection survives Bio. Annex fire
Northern Iowan 66:44, p.1
3/20/1970 Work of some graduate students is lost; Professor Downey's collection is saved.
136 Fire completely guts biology annex
Northern Iowan 66:42, p.1
3/13/1970 Biology Annex near Baker Hall is total loss at $145,000; cause may have been electrical short; only brick shell remains; photo.
137 Regents Approve Establishment of Separate Departments of Physics and Earth Science at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1969:330, p.1
2/13/1970 During to its growth, McCollum has suggested that the Department of Physics be separate from the Department of Earth Science.
138 UNI Museum Acquires Rare Bird Specimen Now Nearing Extinction
Public Relations News Release 1969:310, p.1
2/2/1970 A rare quetzal bird from Guatemala is one of the most recent acquistitions of the UNI Museum.
139 UNI to Host Park Management Conference
Public Relations News Release 1969:300, p.1
1/29/1970 100 Iowa park and highway personnel are expected to attend the final Park Management Conference in the 1969-70 series at UNI.
140 World Famous Ocean Explorer to Speak at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1969:291, p.1
1/26/1970 Dr. Jacques Piccard will present a public lecture entitled 'The Gulf Stream Dwift Mission' in the UNI Auditorium Building. Sponsored in part by the Biology Department.
141 Biology trip
Northern Iowan 65:62, p.6
6/27/1969 Will visit Central and South America.
142 New building delights science faculty
Alumnus 53:4, p.3
12/1/1968 Description of features of new building; photo.
143 Regents appoint Knutson dean of Education College
Northern Iowan 64:62, p.1
7/19/1968 Other administrative appointments announced as well.
144 Faculty Senate divides Department of Science
Northern Iowan 64:16, p.1
11/3/1967 Science is divided into biology, chemistry, and earth science; considers pass/fail plan.
145 Science Tries Closed Circuit TV
Old Gold 0:0, p.111
6/1/1958 Description of the department and the various activities and events that the department took part in; photos.
146 Special To: Cedar Rapids Gazette
Public Relations News Release 1951:231, p.1
12/10/1951 Al Bemer, Palo, has been formally activated into Alpha Chi Epsilon, a local social fraternity. Bemer is a sophomore student majoring in biology.
147 Special To: Rock Valley Bee
Public Relations News Release 1951:223, p.1
12/10/1951 Rod Miller, Rock Valley, has been formally activated into Alpha Chi Epsilon, a local social fraternity. Miller is a sophomore student majoring in biology.
148 Dead bald eagle nose-dives from temporary campus refrigeration
College Eye 41:16, p.3
1/20/1950 A bald eagle was found dead in a tree northwest of Cedar Falls and was brought to the Department of Biology.
149 "Gally" leaves old abode; residing in biology department
College Eye 27:2, p.1
6/3/1936 Violet Franklin's alligator moves to new quarters.
150 Alpha Theta Beta
College Eye 19:13, p.6
11/30/1927 Theatre party, members visit and recover from illness.


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