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Department of Industrial Arts

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101 Carl E. Frankson, chairman of the industrial arts department of State Teachers college, Neward, N. J. will be visiting professor this summer
Public Relations News Release 1950:380, p.1
5/25/1951 Frankson will be visiting the industrial arts department. His experience includes 15 years as a high school and college teacher and administrator. In addition he served in the U. S. Navy as an educational training officer.
102 When fire destroyed
Alumnus 35:2, p.1
5/1/1951 Gladbrook will use industrial arts mobile unit for two weeks.
103 Harold G. Palmer, head of industrial arts department will visit Hanlontown, May 17, to give this year's commencement address
Public Relations News Release 1950:339, p.1
4/27/1951 Palmer's first teaching job was at Hanlontown over 33 years ago. He taught there most of the 1917-1918 school year and his subjects, he recalled, included agriculture, industrial arts, physics, history, physiography and band.
104 Two faculty members will leave by car Sunday, April 29, for New York City
Public Relations News Release 1950:335, p.1
4/25/1951 H. G. Palmer, and W. H. Wagner will be on the program of the four-day convention of the American Industrial Arts association. Both men will inspect the industrial arts program and facilities of the New York State Teachers college at Oswego.
105 Jessie M. Parker, state superintendent of public instruction, will be chairman of the discussion panel April 28
Public Relations News Release 1950:323, p.
4/20/1951 Hew Roberts, originator of the now-famous Marengo (Iowa) experiment of adult atomic education, will be the main speaker at the Industrial Arts Education conference. Workshop sessions in nine industrial arts areas will be supervised in the afternoon.
106 Forum on graduate study to be presented at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1950:211, p.1
2/13/1951 M. B. Smith, forum committee member, said four college faculty members will make up the panel to discuss kinds of graduate work. The forum will be held in the college auditorium. Faculty members listed.
107 Woodcock receives high fraternity honor
Public Relations News Release 1950:206, p.1
2/9/1951 The national office of Epsilon Pi Tau, honorary industrial arts and vocational education fraternity, has announced the awarding of the Laureate Citation to Bert L. Woodcock, assistant professor of safety education, of the Fraternity's Iowa Pi chapter.
108 Industrial Arts publishes quarterly news magazine
Alumnus 35:1, p.8
2/1/1951 Department writes, composes, and prints Industrial Arts Outlook.
109 Rotary Club members visit art departments
College Eye 42:15, p.7
1/19/1951 Follows luncheon.
110 Statewide Industrial Arts Conference will be held on campus tomorrow
College Eye 42:3, p.8
9/29/1950 First of three conferences to be held this year.
111 Two education conferences at Teachers College
Public Relations News Release 1950:33, p.1
9/27/1950 The education and social science departments are jointly sponsoring a conference for elementary and secondary school teachers of the social sciences. A second conference on industrial arts education will be held in the new arts and industries building.
112 Crosby sponsors ind. arts booklet
College Eye 41:31, p.3
6/16/1950 Department puts out Industrial Arts Outlook.
113 Wagner named VP of Industrial Arts Ass'n
College Eye 41:31, p.2
6/16/1950 Other faculty participate at meeting.
114 Industrial arts
Old Gold 0:0, p.43
6/1/1950 Brief description of the department; photo.
115 Lake and Secor brave male field; take auto, farm mechanics course
Chase--Jo Ann (Class of 1950)
College Eye 41:30, p.3
5/12/1950 First women take the Automobile and Farm Mechanics class; photo.
116 Four attend Iowa State Industrial Arts confab
College Eye 41:27, p.4
117 Requests concerning mobile unit received
College Eye 41:26, p.6
4/14/1950 The New York Education Department is inquiring about the mobile unit of the Department of Industrial Arts.
118 People show interest in industrial exhibit
College Eye 41:25, p.6
4/7/1950 Approximately five thousand folders were handed out.
119 Industrial Art faculty in charge of exhibit
College Eye 41:24, p.6
3/31/1950 Exhibit will be at the Iowa Mid-Century Industrial Exposition in Des Moines.
120 Industrial exhibit begins Saturday
College Eye 41:23, p.2
3/24/1950 Information and pictures on the department's mobile unit will be part of the display.
121 Request mobile unit for Central America
College Eye 41:22, p.1
3/17/1950 Fernando Romero, Department of Cultural Affairs, has asked for cost and usage information on the Industrial Arts Department's mobile unit.
122 TC to present industrial exhibit at exposition
College Eye 41:22, p.3
3/17/1950 The theme of the exhibit will be "How Your State Colleges Serve Industry."
123 Mobile unit shows unusual example of industry-education teamwork
College Eye 41:16, p.6
1/20/1950 Equipment within the mobile unit is supplied by Iowa businessmen; photo.
124 The November issue
Alumnus 34:1, p.1
1/1/1950 Professor Palmer publishes article on mobile industrial arts unit.
125 Rural school children view example of industry-education teamwork
College Eye 41:13, p.2
12/16/1949 The goal is to have the mobile industrial arts unit visit each county in Iowa.
126 Palmer explains mobile arts unit in midland schools
College Eye 41:9, p.3
11/11/1949 The mobile industrial arts lab will allow children in all counties of Iowa to use basic tools and materials; cost of the unit is $7,000.
127 Experts inspect arts curriculum
College Eye 41:7, p.4
10/28/1949 Dr. Gordon Wilbur, Dr. John Ludington, and Willis Whitehead will come to campus to do the evaluation.
128 Industrial arts building provides facilities for 1,200 students
College Eye 41:5, p.6
10/14/1949 Along with the new building, the Industrial Arts curriculum has expanded, also.
129 Arts and Industries Building will be dream come true
College Eye 40:32, p.6
6/17/1949 Professors Guillaume and Palmer talk about the new building.
130 Industrial Arts
Old Gold 0:0, p.31
6/1/1949 Brief description of the department; photo.
131 5 of Industrial Arts faculty to St. Louis meeting
College Eye 40:30, p.4
132 Divide Arts Department
Alumnus 32:4, p.4
10/1/1948 Effective with this fall term, the Department of Art and Industrial Arts has been divided into separate departments.
133 Instructors appointed to faculty
College Eye 40:3, p.1
10/1/1948 Roster of new faculty; Department of Art established; had formerly been a part of the Department of Art and Industrial Arts.
134 Mobile unit brings industrial arts to rural schools
Alumnus 32:4, p.14
10/1/1948 Semi-trailer brings equipment and expertise to rural schools; objectives include improvement in teaching and provision of adult education; photo.
135 Mobile unit dedication is planned
College Eye 40:2, p.1
9/24/1948 Will be held at Corning; photo.
136 College launches mobile experiment to promote industrial arts study
College Eye 40:1, p.1
9/17/1948 Description of the industrial arts mobile unit and its purposes.
137 New art department at Teachers College secures first head
College Eye 39:42, p.3
8/13/1948 Harry Guillaume will head department after Department of Art and Industrial Arts is split.
138 College exhibits mobile art unit
College Eye 39:37, p.6
7/9/1948 At meeting of county superintendents in Spirit Lake.
139 Mobile art unit on exhibit today
College Eye 39:36, p.1
7/2/1948 Description of the industrial arts mobile unit.
140 Equipment placed in new arts annex
College Eye 39:9, p.1
11/14/1947 Temporary building being equipped.
141 Visitors will check art courses
College Eye 39:4, p.1
10/10/1947 Will examine curriculum and programs.
142 New home for arts, industry; $366,000 for teaching headquarters
College Eye 39:1, p.1
9/19/1947 Scheduled for completion in September 1948; description of facilities; photo.
143 Tool display
College Eye 38:40, p.3
144 Commerce, biology, arts get classrooms, shops
College Eye 38:19, p.1
2/7/1947 College will get four surplus buildings to be erected south of 27th Street; description of the buildings.
145 Publications Bureau issues new folders for industrial arts
College Eye 37:41, p.3
146 Shop classes visits Traer high school
College Eye 37:36, p.5
6/21/1946 Will offer advice on equipping and improving shop there.
147 American Industrial Arts Association meeting
Public Relations News Release 1946:153, p.1
5/18/1946 Harold Palmer elected president. The association sponsors leadership programs and supports industrial arts plans in education.
148 Women replace men in industrial arts field
College Eye 35:28, p.6
4/21/1944 Professor Palmer reports on Cedar Rapids convention.
149 Industrial Arts girls increase toy supply on depleted market
College Eye 35:14, p.6
12/17/1943 Women in class make and repair toys for children.
150 Department of Art and Industrial Arts
Old Gold 0:0, p.52
6/1/1943 The college offers 19 separate courses, variety makes for well prepared future teachers, as well as future artist; photo.


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