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Department of Science

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51 Honor science faculty at annual building tea
College Eye 45:17, p.3
1/29/1954 Departments honor each other.
52 Science Department prepares for own Northeast Iowa fair
College Eye 45:12, p.1
12/11/1953 Will invite students from 18 counties.
53 Dr. Matala entertains science department
College Eye 45:10, p.7
11/13/1953 Professor Matala will speak on Glacier National Park.
54 Science picnic planned
See--Marlo (Myrna) (Student--1953)
College Eye 44:39, p.1
55 Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.59
6/1/1953 The Department of Science conducts statewide conservation programs, as well as a summer conservation camp near Guthrie Center; photo.
56 Bardach to talk about the Arctic
College Eye 44:9, p.3
57 Science Department
Old Gold 0:0, p.158
6/1/1952 A brief description of the department with photos of the faculty and of the lab; photo.
58 Two education conferences will be held Friday and Saturday, April 4 - 5
Public Relations News Release 1952:491, p.1
3/26/1952 Featured speaker at the elementary conference will be A. Sterl Artley. He will address a general session on "Adjusting the School Program to the Slow Learner." Harold Benjamin will speak at the secondary education conference.
59 The third annual Iowa Teachers Conservation Camp at Springbrook State Park near Guthrie Center will offer three study sessions this summer
Public Relations News Release 1952:552, p.1
3/3/1952 Emery Will, camp director, said this summer's extra session will be designed for secondary school teachers. In the past two years sessions were held only for elementary teachers.
60 Clifford G. McCollum, assistant professor of physical science will be a featured speaker at a Career Day in Carroll Tuesday, April 15
Public Relations News Release 1952:393, p.1
2/28/1952 McCollum joined the staff in 1949 as an assistant professor of teaching and served as director of guidance and curriculum at the college Campus Laboratory School during the 1949-1950 academic year.
61 Special To: The Daily Record
Public Relations News Release 1951:282, p.1
12/29/1951 The new year finds the college 75 years young, looking forward to the inquguration of its graduate program in the summer of 1952. A major curriculum revision for degree students began during the 1951 summer session.
62 Professors Rath and Grant
Public Relations News Release 1951:260, p.1
12/12/1951 Earl H. Rath and Martin L. Grant, both members of the science department will attend a meeting of the American Association for Advancement of Science in Philadelphia. Rath will take part in a panel discussion on the program.
63 Seven departments have been authorized by the state board of education to offer graduate level courses leading to the Master of Arts in Education
Public Relations News Release 1951:31, p.1
9/15/1951 In outlining the board of education's decision, Dean M. J. Nelson said graduate work offered by the education departments will be in four areas-elementary teaching, elementary supervisor, elementary principalship, and secondary principalship.
64 Seven departments have been authorized by the state board of education to offer graduate level courses leading to the Master of Arts in Education
Public Relations News Release 1951:25, p.1
9/15/1951 M. J. Nelson, dean of the faculty, announced today that Six of the departments - business education, education, English and speech, science, mathematics, and social science- will participate in the graduate program beginning in the summer of 1952.
65 Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.66
6/1/1951 Brief description of the department; photo.
66 A revised edition of "The Physical Sciences," widely-used college science text, will be published later this month by Prentiss Hall and company
Public Relations News Release 1950:377, p.1
5/23/1951 Authors of the book, published in 1940, and the revision are E. J. Cable, Robert W. Getchell, and W. H. Kadesch, all on the emeritus faculty. They are professors of earth science, chemistry, and physics.
67 Eight faculty members at Iowa State Teachers college will take an active part in the 63rd meeting of the Iowa Academy of Science
Public Relations News Release 1950:312, p.1
4/14/1951 Wartburg college is host to the two-day session beginning Friday, April 20. C. W. Lantz, and James V. Farrell are chairmen of the sections on botany and science teaching. Four persons will present papers.
68 Handicapped children are children, first; children with some limitations, second, say an authority on that group's education
Public Relations News Release 1950:294, p.1
4/6/1951 Francis E. Lord of Ypsilanti, Michigan, director of the Horace Rackham School of Special Education at Michigan State Normal College, spoke to about 105 persons attending a special education conference. He urged against segregation.
69 Spring is the season for conferences at the college; Teachers and administrators can choose from three of them next weekend, April 13-14
Public Relations News Release 1950:290, p.1
4/3/1951 The conferences are Putting audio-visual materials to work, The Iowa Business Education conference, and The Mathematics conference. Three other conferences will be held this weekend: Special Education, Science, and Hearing and Speech.
70 Three departments, home economics, mathematics, and science,will sponsor Open House Sunday, April 8
Public Relations News Release 1950:288, p.1
4/3/1951 Visitors may inspect any of the departments between 2 and 4:30 p.m. in the Vocational building, southeast of the campanile.
71 Plan 1951 Summer Camp for Conservation Study
Public Relations News Release 1950:139, p.1
11/27/1950 The Iowa state conservation commission and officials from the College met in Des Moines this month and made plans for the 1951 summer conservation camp at Springbrook park near Guthrie Center. Three-week sessions will start June 17 and July 8.
72 Name Reporters for College Eye
Public Relations News Release 1950:105, p.1
11/1/1950 George Holmes, Jr., covers social life, the science department and the radio station, and William P. Williamson, covers the Dean of Men's office and the foreign language department. Both reporters are from Cedar Falls.
73 Many wild-life families are welcome inhabitants of newly developed area
Hanrahan--Frank (Student--1950)
College Eye 41:36, p.4
7/21/1950 Two acre field planted for wildlife.
74 Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.50
6/1/1950 Brief description of the department; photo.
75 Current biology display features blue bird's wing
College Eye 41:25, p.7
76 7 new faculty on science staff
College Eye 41:4, p.4
10/7/1949 Brief profiles of new faculty.
77 Classes in annex move to Vocational Building
College Eye 41:2, p.1
9/23/1949 One half of the second floor of the Vocational Building will now be used for biology.
78 Biology classes will have more space this fall
College Eye 40:40, p.6
8/12/1949 Results of remodeling in the Vocational Building.
79 Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.38
6/1/1949 Brief description of the department; photo.
80 Hart and Cable retire from their posts
Alumnus 32:3, p.7
7/1/1948 Dr. Ritter will succeed Mr. Hart; Dr. Lantz will succeed Dr. Cable; photo.
81 Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.40
6/1/1948 A brief description is given on what students could expect from the science courses offered at Teachers College, such as a clearer understanding of the phenomena of science, with a photo of E. J. Cable and students working in a lab; photo.
82 Lantz will replace Cable as Dept. head
College Eye 39:31, p.1
5/14/1948 Professor Cable will serve as curator of Museum; profile of Professor Lantz.
83 Science department adds new equipment for laboratory work
College Eye 38:38, p.3
84 Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.96
6/1/1947 Brief description of the department; photo.
85 Inquiring Reporter
College Eye 38:32, p.8
5/16/1947 Students respond to the question, "Do you think that the survey course in biological science should be required?"
86 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.
87 Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.46
6/1/1946 Students have a wide variety of classes to take in in the Department of Science; photo.
88 Teaching Departments--Mathematics and Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.42
6/1/1945 Professors Henry Van Engen and Emmett J. Cable head the Departments of Mathematics and Science; photo.
89 College asks for new campus school
Alumnus 29:1, p.8
1/1/1945 Broad plan includes requests for new health services building, campus school, arts and industries building, auditorium, garages, coal pile containment, and heating plant facilities.
90 Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.45
6/1/1944 The Science Department has felt the impact of the war; more girls are taking the courses. The fifteen laboratories are busy with either students or air cadets; photo.
91 Tutor Timetable
College Eye 35:25, p.4
3/31/1944 Events and meetings scheduled; student recital; life saving demonstration; holy week services; choir rehearsals.
92 Alembic
Old Gold 0:0, p.75
6/1/1943 Sponsored by Lambda Delta Lambda, this club is open to all those interested in chemistry and provides opportunities for social contacts and training in groups speaking; photo.
93 Beta Beta Beta
Old Gold 0:0, p.73
6/1/1943 Otherwise known as "Tri Beta," this club aims to encourage scientific research and develop high scholastic standings. One of the main goals this year was to present biology through photography; photo.
94 Biology Club
Old Gold 0:0, p.74
6/1/1943 This club was started on campus in 1942, and is open to all those who have taken or are taking any course in biology. It also helps prepare students for Tri Beta, the honorary biological socitety; photo.
95 Chemistry Seminar
Old Gold 0:0, p.74
6/1/1943 The Chemistry Seminar is for those who have a major, minor or an interest in chemistry and can find time from other activities to attend meetings; photo.
96 Lambda Delta Lambda
Old Gold 0:0, p.75
6/1/1943 The national physical science fraternity on campus encouraging scholarship in science awards a trophy to the student that shows most promise of success; photo
97 Science Department
Old Gold 0:0, p.73
6/1/1943 During ordinary times, a student has the choice of sixty-eight separate courses, but at this time, most of the department is training the air crews on campus, Dr. Emmet Cable is the head of the department; photo.
98 Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.72
6/1/1942 Brief description of the department; photo.
99 Abbott hails new 'non-slip' chairs
College Eye 33:3, p.1
9/26/1941 New chairs added to laboratories.
100 Reorganize home economics classes
College Eye 33:2, p.5
9/19/1941 Professor Sutherland explains the curricular changes.


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