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Frye--Richard A. (EOP Staff)

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1 Awards/honors/service: Richard A. Frye and Celeste F. Bland
Campus News Network 4:13, p.2
2/28/1994 Richard A. Frye and Celeste Bland co-chaired separate committees at workshop on Upward Bound Math Regional Centers.
2 Richard A. Frye
Campus News Network 3:22, p.3
8/16/1993 Part of faculty on grant writing.
3 Major grant will support student retention at University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1992:636, p.1
5/11/1993 $1.3 million grant for Academic Support programs and Services is announced.
4 Richard A. Frye
Campus News Network 3:17, p.3
5/3/1993 Trainer for several Upward Bound programs.
5 Richard A. Frye
Campus News Network 3:5, p.Insert 1
11/2/1992 Selected as national TRIO trainer.
6 Richard A. Frye
Campus News Network 3:3, p.Insert 1
10/5/1992 Receives grant to support Upward Bound.
7 Upward Bound brings out potential in high school students
Carlson--Jennie
Northern Iowan 88:62, p.3
7/17/1992 Richard Frye talks about the positive effects of program.
8 Richard A. Frye, Crissie M. Frye, and Robert L. Smith
Campus News Network 2:18, p.Insert 2
6/8/1992 Present papers and workshops.
9 Video conference on Diversity in Higher Education scheduled for Wednesday (November 20) at University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1991:222, p.1
11/13/1991 A national video conference on Diversity in Higher Education: Can We Meet the Challenge will be aired November 20. Panelists will include Roger Wilkins, Steven balch, Antonio Califa, Jim Vance, Ruth Anderson, and Ray Dial.
10 Profile: Richard Frye
Campus News Network 2:6, p.3
11/11/1991 Profile of director of academic support programs Richard Frye; photo.
11 Richard A. Frye
Campus News Network 2:5, p.2
10/28/1991 Presents paper on mainstreaming.
12 Robert L. Smith, Anthony Stevens, Richard A. Frye
Campus News Network 2:4, p.Insert 2
10/14/1991 Attend conference; Richard Frye is plenary speaker; Robert Smith elected treasurer of professional association.
13 Richard Frye and Crissie Frye
Campus News Network 2:1, p.2
9/3/1991 Give presentation on support of minority education.
14 University of Northern Iowa Educational Opportunity Programs win 29 percent funding increase for next three years.
Public Relations News Release 1991:9, p.1
8/22/1991 Programs designed to aid disadvantaged students get a college education received a funding increase from the federal government.
15 Students from around U. S. attend University of Northern Iowa Upward Bound Science and Math Program
Public Relations News Release 1990:643, p.1
7/3/1991 Students from four Midwestern states attend science and math program at UNI. Students listed.
16 Richard A. Frye
Campus News Network 1:17, p.Insert 2
5/6/1991 Keynote speaker at educational opportunity program.
17 Richard A. Frye
Campus News Network 1:7, p.2
11/28/1990 Installed as president of professional association.
18 University of Northern Iowa Upward Bound program awarded $110,000 federal grant
Public Relations News Release 1990:182, p.1
11/8/1990 UNI's Upward Bound program receives federal grant.
19 Student thanks role models
Shirley--James
Northern Iowan 86:57, p.2
5/1/1990 Appreciates the efforts of James Johnson, Richard Frye, and Charles Means for helping him.
20 University of Northern Iowa admissions office hard at work on regents program.
Public Relations News Release 1989:423, p.1
2/21/1990 The College Bound program has been established to provide Iowa minority students with information and experiences relating to opportunities in higher education.
21 University of Northern Iowa working to bring disadvantaged students to college through "TRIO" programs; national TRIO day is Feb. 24.
Public Relations News Release 1989:416, p.1
2/20/1990 TRIO programs are aimed at first generation, low income students. At Northern Iowa, four distinct programs make up the university's TRIO package. TRIO was created by the Johnson administration in 1965 as a part of his "war on poverty."
22 UNI deals with racism
Sheets--Kerry (Student--1988-1990)
Northern Iowan 85:54, p.3
4/25/1989 Richard Frye and Joel Wells talk about their perceptions of racism at UNI.
23 Tracking students--good intentions, but the results can be negative.
Public Relations News Release 1988:140, p.1
11/7/1988 Richard Frye says teachers may not realize that they are limiting students' learning ability by putting them into achievment grups. Minority students are the ones who are most effected by tracking mistakes.
24 Sunday ceremony to celebrate programs that guide disadvantaged to college success
Public Relations News Release 1987:278, p.1
2/24/1988 A rally for disadvantaged and minority students is held in the State Capitol in tribute to the Upward Bound, Talent Search, and Special Services programs. Governor Terry Branstad and Waterloo Mayor Bernie McKinley commend the projects' efforts.
25 Programs, classes can help in eliminating racial tension
Kunnan--Antony
Northern Iowan 83:43, p.1
3/6/1987 Administrators talk about ways to involve students in activities and programs.
26 Richard Frye
Northern Iowa Today 15:2, p.2
3/1/1987 Presents workshop; sworn in as president-elect of professional association.
27 Minority enrollment drops despite overall increases
Olson--Carol Kathleen (Class of 1990)
Northern Iowan 83:21, p.3
11/7/1986 A look at minority enrollment at UNI over the last few years.
28 'Welcome Back' weekend planned for UNI students, parents Aug. 21-24
Public Relations News Release 1986:506, p.1
8/14/1986 The Welcome Back weekend was a series of activities designed to help returning students begin the school year. Faculty speakers made presentations on note taking skills, self-motivation, time management obtaining jobs, and adjusting to college life.
29 Programs suffer 4.3 percent cut
Culbertson--Lori
Northern Iowan 82:40, p.3
3/4/1986 Faculty and students hope to fight cut in funding to Special Services and Talent Search.
30 Disabilities overcome in program
Huhlmann--Venessa
Northern Iowan 82:35, p.13
2/14/1986 Description of the Disability Services program

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