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Dick--George Stuart (Class of 1887; Professional and Training Faculty)

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1 Academic and administrative changes; physical expansion
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.393
7/1/1990 Survey of changes in curriculum, faculty, and facilities; the Seerley Hall murals; the acquisition of the west forty acres; photo.
2 New and expanded curricula and services (1913 through April, 1917); the Claxton Commission
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.318
7/1/1990 The college expands its services to include extension, rural education, Bible study, student health, and dormitories; a close look at the Claxton Commission Report and the Inside Survey; photo.
3 Through troubled times (1909-1920)
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.268
7/1/1990 The unified Board of Education gets organized; faculty and curricular changes; photo.
4 Mrs. Dora Dobson Dick
Alumnus 37:4, p.23
12/1/1953 Died on October 16, 1953.
5 George Stuart Dick
Alumnus 23:1, p.29
1/1/1939 Died in Madison, Wisconsin, September 21, 1938. He and his wife (Dora Lillian Dobson) had recently celebrated their golden wedding anniversary August 30. He had been supervisor of rural education in Wisconsin; was a former registrar at Teachers College.
6 George Stuart Dick
Alumnus 22:4, p.18
10/1/1938 Celebrated his golden wedding anniversary in Madison, Wisconsin; he has three children.
7 Faculty members honor Fullerton
College Eye 26:40, p.1
4/26/1935 For fifty years of service to ISTC; notes other faculty and alumni with whom Professor Fullerton has been associated.
8 George S. Dick
Alumnus 17:2, p.15
4/1/1933 Professor Dick's tribute to President Seerley.
9 George S. Dick
Alumnus 15:3, p.12
7/1/1931 In charge of school board conventions in Wisconsin.
10 George S. Dick
Alumnus 15:1, p.25
1/1/1931 State supervisor of schools at Madison, Wisconsin; has charge of organizing county meetings of school boards in Wisconsin.
11 Getchell and Rigdon write about work in Wisconsin and Illinois
College Eye 21:19, p.1
2/14/1930 Professor Getchell is studying at the University of Wisconsin; Professor Rigdon is teaching at Illinois State Normal University.
12 Religious enterprises
Wright--David Sands (Mathematics Faculty)
Fifty Years at the Teachers College 0:0, p.158
7/1/1926 Detailed account of campus religious organizations and practices during the first fifty years; the religious education curriculum
13 Training school
Wright--David Sands (Mathematics Faculty)
Fifty Years at the Teachers College 0:0, p.197
7/1/1926 Brief history of the model, or training school.
14 Geo S. Dick
Alumni News Letter 6:4, p.2
10/1/1922 George S. Dick is scheduled to appear at fifty school board conventions across the western portion of Wisconsin.
15 Sidelights on consolidation
Campbell--Macy (Rural Education Faculty)
College Eye 13:19, p.2
1/25/1922 Report on progress in Iowa consolidation.
16 Geo. S. Dick enjoys work in Wisconsin
College Eye 12:6, p.3
10/6/1920 Employed as consolidated school inspector there.
17 George S. Dick
Alumni News Letter 4:4, p.5
10/1/1920 Dick appointed Inspector of Rural Schools in Wisconsin.
18 George S. Dick
Alumni News Letter 4:4, p.7
10/1/1920 Dick is inspector of rural schools for Wisconsin.
19 Geo. S. Dick
College Eye 12:2, p.8
9/8/1920 Is an inspector of rural schools in Wisconsin.
20 Alabama educators visit
College Eye 11:32, p.1
5/12/1920 George S. Dick of Des Moines toured the campus with six educators from Alabama.
21 The National Consolidated School Conference
Alumni News Letter 4:2, p.1
4/1/1920 National Bureau of Education held first National Conference on Consolidated Schools at ISTC. J. L. McBrien and George S. Dick were in charge.
22 Consolidated school conference
Alumni News Letter 4:1, p.1
1/1/1920 George S. Dick and J. L. McBrien are in charge of organizing and conducting the National Conference on Consolidated Schools, substituting the State Conference.
23 George S. Dick
Alumni News Letter 4:1, p.4
1/1/1920 George S. Dick spoke before the Consolidated School Round Table and consulted with educators on problems.
24 Rural Department
College Eye 11:6, p.3
10/22/1919 News notes from the department.
25 Rural Department
College Eye 11:5, p.6
10/15/1919 News notes from the department.
26 The new officials in Education
Alumni News Letter 3:3, p.1
7/1/1919 Department of Public Instruction of Iowa will contain six graduates of State Teachers College.
27 George S. Dick
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.3
4/1/1919 George S. Dick resigned as president of Nebraska State Normal School and accepted service as civillian educator.
28 George S. Dick, 1887-1888
College Eye 10:17, p.3
3/5/1919 Former Nebraska college President resigned and joined military efforts to retrain returning disabled soldiers.
29 President George T. Dick
College Eye 10:3, p.3
10/30/1918 Visited the college while on his way from Chicago to Nebraska.
30 Alumni notes 19
Alumni News Letter 2:3, p.3
7/1/1918 George S. Dick, President of Nebraska State Normal School at Kearney, will give address at National Education Association convention.
31 Miss Margaret Dick weds Lieut. Steadman; nuptials celebrated at Douglas, Ariz., Friday evening
College Eye 9:17, p.7
2/6/1918 Margaret Dick married R. Angus Steadman.
32 Books by members and ex-members of the faculty
College Eye 8:25, p.2
4/18/1917 Bibliography of the work of past and current faculty members.
33 Death of their mother
College Eye 8:12, p.7
12/13/1916 Baldwin family mourns loss.
34 Alumni notes
College Eye 8:9, p.6
11/15/1916 Alumni news.
35 President George Stuart Dick
Quarterly News Letter to the Alumni 0:0, p.1
9/1/1916 Kearney State Normal School has benefited from the leadership of their current president and TC graduate George S. Dick.
36 Nashville Rural Teacher Training Conference
Quarterly News Letter to the Alumni 0:0, p.1
12/1/1915 Alumni Edward E. Rall, Professor of Education, J. Herbert Kelley, and George S. Dick, presidents of normal schools in Colorado and Nebraska participated in conference.
37 Official
College Eye 7:10, p.6
11/24/1915 News of alumni; news of other normal schools.
38 Prof. George S. Dick
College Eye 7:9, p.7
11/17/1915 Stopped to visit friends in Cedar Falls on his way to Tennessee.
39 Official
College Eye 7:8, p.6
11/10/1915 Ex-presidents council elected new members; administrative notes; faculty changes;
40 Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Dick
College Eye 4:21, p.10
3/11/1915 Visited friends and daughter in Cedar Falls.
41 Pres. and Mrs. Seerley
College Eye 4:21, p.9
3/11/1915 Hosted dinner for Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Dick.
42 Two or three hundred alumni
College Eye 4:10, p.6
11/12/1914 Alumni attended a banquet in the Y. M. C. A. building in Des Moines.
43 Official notes
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
College Eye 4:2, p.3
9/11/1914 News of faculty and alumni; new critics in training are listed.
44 Prof. G. S. Dick
College Eye 4:2, p.6
9/11/1914 Accepted presidency of the Kearney Normal School.
45 Teaching
Old Gold 0:0, p.30
6/1/1914 Photos of faculty members.
46 The new Training School Building
Old Gold 0:0, p.207
6/1/1914 Campus training school completed; dedicated February 10, 1914; dedication program; photos of classrooms and students.
47 Prof. Dick and Miss Luse
College Eye 3:29, p.488
5/7/1914 Conducted study centers at Manly.
48 True Blue Club notes
College Eye 3:29, p.481
5/7/1914 Will explain rural school certificate.
49 Prof. G. S. Dick, Prof. I. H. Hart and Prof. C. P. Colegrove
College Eye 3:27, p.456
4/23/1914 Attended a convention of Iowa County superintendents held at Iowa City.
50 A Study Center of practical worth
College Eye 3:23, p.392
3/26/1914 Professor Dick spoke on the teaching of arithmetic in the grades, Professor Fullerton spoke on rural school music, and Elizabeth Hughes taught geography.


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