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1 Cold War soldier's story
McGuill--Lauren (Student--2019), Fortmann--Toni (Student--2018)
Northern Iowan 116:15, p.01
10/21/2019 Dr. Kenneth Atkinson, UNI Professor, and Cold War Veteran, gave his lecture, "Transporting the Nation's Secrets Across the Iron Curtain: A Cold War Soldier's Story" on October 16th, 2019. The event was hosted by UNI's Phi Alpha Theta History Lecture Series; photo.
2 White Rose exhibit on display at Grout Museum
Baker--Brandon Lee (Student--2011)
Northern Iowan 109:43, p.4
3/15/2013 Professor Stephen Gaies, director of the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education, collaborates with the Grout Museum District in developing an exhibit on a nonviolent resistance movement in Nazi Germany; photo.
3 UNI and Otto-Freidreich Univesitat Bamberg in Germany enter into strategic partnership
Public Relations News Release 2011:333, p.1
6/28/2012 Two universities sign memorandum of understanding and a student mobility agreement. These documents will allow for the development of academic and research collaborations and student, faculty, and staff exchanges.
4 UNI Chinese Student and Scholar Association to host documentary filmmaker Feb. 17 "Mysterious China" film exhibition to run Feb. 10-11
Public Relations News Release 2009:255, p.1
2/3/2010 Chris Nebe, award-winning documentary filmmaker, will speak on the past and present of Tibet in Maucker Union Ballroom. Nebe has been exploring China's history, culture and society for 15 years.
5 Study Abroad with UNI this summer
Northern Iowan 106:5, p.12
9/15/2009 Opportunities to study overseas during the summer of 2010 announced.
6 Study Abroad this summer with UNI !!!
Northern Iowan 105:32, p.13
2/3/2009 Places, dates, contact information, and availability for opportunities to study abroad during the summer. Information on times, dates, and places for the Study Abroad Spring Open House.
7 Study Abroad this summer with UNI !!!
Northern Iowan 105:6, p.5
9/19/2008 Capstone classes are available in other countries this summer. Classes vary in length from two to nine weeks.
8 Evaluating relationships between the U.S. and Germany
Public Relations News Release 1999:350, p.1
4/10/2000 Erhard Zander, vice consul of the Federal Republic of Germany, will discuss relations between the U.S. and Germany.
9 German vice consul to speak at UNI
Northern Iowan 96:49, p.3
4/7/2000 Erhard Zander, vice counsel of the Federal Republic of Germany, to speak on issues concerning the European Union and its political and economic goals.
10 Vice Consul of the Federal Republic of Germany to speak
Campus News Network 10:16, p.3
4/3/2000 Erhard Zander will speak at UNI, Tuesday, April 11, from 11 a.m. to noon, in the Communication Arts Center, room 108.
11 10th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall
Public Relations News Release 1999:118, p.1
11/8/1999 Discussion with Professor Donald Shepardson about the fall of the Berlin Wall.
12 Media Advisory: sources for Berlin Wall anniversary stories
Public Relations News Release 1999:119, p.1
11/8/1999 Donald Shepardson, a UNI professor of history, is available to speak about the tenth anniversary of the destruction of the Berlin Wall.
13 UNI joins reunification
Northern Iowan 87:23, p.7
11/20/1990 Graduate Russ Bossard painted "UNI Panthers" on the Berlin Wall in Germany; photo.
14 On the Other Hand
Thompson--Mark E.
Northern Iowan 87:7, p.2
9/25/1990 Columnist comments on the reunification efforts of Germany.
15 University of Northern Iowa Varsity Men's Glee Club performs in Austria during spring break
Public Relations News Release 1989:481, p.1
3/22/1990 Members of the Men's Glee Club tour music schools across Europe for spring break. The tour begins in Munich and ends in Sirmione, Italy. The Glee Club is sponsored by the School of Music, and is directed by Professor Robert Byrnes.
16 German reunification could flood west German schools, says German superintendent at University of Northern Iowa teacher recruiting fair.
Public Relations News Release 1989:414, p.1
2/19/1990 Most West German schools are already full to capacity, and transferring East Germans would have to wait for an opening. Students must be residents of the school district they wish to enter.
17 Beware German revenge
Northern Iowan 86:31, p.2
1/23/1990 Offers views on recent book on Germany.
18 Opening of Berlin Wall a volatile situation
Covington--Anthony M. (Class of 1993)
Northern Iowan 86:22, p.3
19 The wall is crumbling, and one Northern Iowa professor expects more cracks.
Public Relations News Release 1989:112, p.1
10/2/1989 Francis Winter says parts of the curtain are even being chopped up and sold in gift shops at $2 a piece. He expects to see more areas along the curtain opened for refugees and doesn't believe it will cause problems for West Germany.
20 Flood of East German refugees a sign of crumbling iron curtain, says University of Northern Iowa political science professor.
Public Relations News Release 1989:90, p.1
9/20/1989 East Germany's economy will suffer greatly from the ongoing emigration. West Germany may have some difficulty absorbing all the East German professionals into its own economy.
21 Berlin Wall 27 years old, but still as strong as ever says UNI professor.
Public Relations News Release 1988:520, p.1
8/4/1988 U.S. and the Soviet Union warming their relationship, the Berlin wall will not thaw. The matter is between East and West Germans.
22 German official to speak at UNI Nov. 1 speaking about the 2 German states
Public Relations News Release 1985:109, p.1
10/25/1985 In a program sponsored by the Dept of Modern Languages, Dexheimer will speak on "The Relations Between the Two German States and Their Position on Reunification."
23 UNI student studies in Germany on Fulbright award
Public Relations News Release 1980:246, p.1
11/26/1980 Lucille Hansen will be attending University of Tubingen in Germany on the Fulbright Award.
24 Tour the mountains
Northern Iowan 77:10, p.13
10/3/1980 Lee Miller will present program on Germany and Austria at Museum.
25 Germany program presented
Northern Iowan 76:26, p.12
12/14/1979 Waterloo resident, Gustav Hanuske, will present a program on Germany at the UNI Museum.
26 German Teachers to Leave Sunday for UNI Institute in Austria-Germany
Public Relations News Release 1971:667, p.1
6/3/1971 22 participants enrolled in the Summer Institute in Austria and Germany for Teachers of German will be leaving on June 6 for a 10-week study session; list of participants
27 Charter Flight to Europe
Public Relations News Release 1971:600, p.1
5/5/1971 170 Iowans associated with the three state universities will be catching a charter flight from Chicago to Munich, Germany on June 6 and will return on Aug. 12.
28 Charter Flight to Europe
Public Relations News Release 1971:599, p.1
5/5/1971 170 Iowans associated with the three state universities will be catching a charter flight from Chicago to Munich, Germany on June 6 and will return on Aug. 12.
29 Regents Universities Sponsor Fourth Summer Abroad in Austria-Germany
Public Relations News Release 1970:243, p.1
12/10/1970 A ten-week intensive study program of German language and culture in Germany and Austria will be available to students next summer from June 6 to August 12, 1971.
30 German-Austrian study tour
Alumnus 51:4, p.9
12/1/1966 Professor Odwarka will lead ten week tour.
31 Perspective: Von Schuschnigg wrong on German nature of Austria
Sage--Leland Livingston (History Faculty)
College Eye 60:47, p.3
4/15/1966 Discusses the lecture given by Dr. Kurt von Schuschnigg.
32 'Triumph of the Will' tonight's Union movie
College Eye 59:18, p.10
2/12/1965 Professors Poage and Eiklor will lead discussion.
33 Account of Olympics to be subject of Commons show
College Eye 57:7, p.3
10/26/1962 Joseph Bohme talks about the Riefenstahl film.
34 SCI girl in Germany isn't the American stereotype
Furlong--Mary (Class of 1963)
College Eye 56:16, p.5
1/19/1962 Barb Mann talks about her impressions of and experiences in Germany; photo.
35 Students learn foreign culture in opera production
Public Relations News Release 1960:180, p.1
1/18/1961 The cast of the department of music's production of "The Student Prince" invites the department of language, speech, and literature's Professor Josef Schaefer to discuss German fraternity life.
36 Shaw lecture set by ISEA
College Eye 52:5, p.3
10/14/1960 Cecil Shaw will speak on trip to Germany.
37 Germany's fate gets intense study at ISTC
Alumnus 42:2, p.2
5/1/1958 Students enjoy opportunity to hear differing viewpoints at conference; photo.
38 Editorials
College Eye 49:29, p.2
4/25/1958 ACCIA teaches students about more than just the reunification of Germany.
39 Germany's fate; ACCIA 1958 ISTC
College Eye 49:28, p.Insert 1
4/18/1958 All-College Conference on International Affairs discusses problems of German reunification; lengthy profiles of the speakers; program schedule.
40 Kristkindlein, not Santa, brings gifts in Germany
Mohr--Elfriede (Student--1957)
College Eye 49:14, p.suppl. 4
12/20/1957 German Christmas traditions.
41 Rabbi Davin Schoenberger will be the guest speaker at chapel services Sunday (Dec. 2) in observance of the first Men's Day on campus.
Public Relations News Release 1951:195, p.1
11/29/1951 Men's Day is being sponsored by Men's Union, student government body for men students on campus. Rabbi Schoenberger is a native of Germany and fled to this country during the early days of Nazi Oppression.
42 Three foreign educators, two from Okinawa and one from Germany are visiting the campus under the government-sponsored occupied areas program
Public Relations News Release 1951:193, p.1
11/27/1951 Seisho Hokama and Buntaro Taira from Okinawa will remain on campus until Friday, Nov. 30. Alfred Schwemmler from Germany will leave Friday, December 7.
43 Dr. Andre Trocme, pastor of the Eglise Reforme de France, will be the guest speaker at Dad's Day chapel services
Public Relations News Release 1951:85, p.1
10/18/1951 Trocme was interned for five weeks in a French concentration camp and subsequently forced into hiding to avoid death at the hands of the Gestapo. Hiding for ten months in the mountains, he directed the Le Chambon church and school "underground."
44 Placement Director E. W. Goetch said Tuesday that about 20 overseas teaching applicants will "definitely be recommended" for assignments
Public Relations News Release 1950:302, p.1
4/10/1951 The assignments will be in Europe or the Far East commands. The Army's Overseas Affairs branch is touring the country for well-qualified teachers and administrators for over 400 openings in Germany and Japan.
45 General Clay's Freedom Campaign Gets Teachers College Support
Public Relations News Release 1950:88, p.1
10/26/1950 Freedom Scroll signatures and contributions for General Lucius D. Clay's "National Crusade for Freedom" will be solicited next week. General Clay is the former commander of the American occupation zone in Berlin, Germany.
46 Overseas recruitment officials to be here
College Eye 41:24, p.7
3/31/1950 Will be recruiting teachers for Germany and Japan.
47 As I see America
Vogel--Chris (Student--1949)
College Eye 41:8, p.2
11/4/1949 Is impressed by the hospitality he has enjoyed here in America as an exchange student from Germany.
48 As I see Europe
Nagorny--Gerhard (Student--1949-1950)
College Eye 41:6, p.2
10/21/1949 German student talks about Europe.
49 Dr. Shaefer to speak about trip to Germany
College Eye 41:5, p.8
50 Germany is topic for coffee hour
College Eye 41:5, p.1
10/14/1949 Gives highlights on the condition of life in Germany since the war.


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