# Gibb--Glenadine P. (Class of 1935; Mathematics Faculty)

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State college receives NSF grantPublic Relations News Release 1960:492, p.1 |
7/5/1961 | Professor Glenadine Gibb directs the In-Service Institute in Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers. The institute is limited to thirty applicants who must first go through Mrs. Mildred Faye of the Department of Mathematics. | |

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ISTC professor to lead Cincinnati workshopPublic Relations News Release 1960:454, p.1 |
6/12/1961 | Professor Glenadine Gibb serves as a consultant for the University of Cincinnati's Summer School Arithmetic Workshop. Following the workshop, she will attend a Yale mathematics study group and act as guest lecturer for the National Science Foundation. | |

3 |
ISTC math professors edit journalsPublic Relations News Release 1960:100, p.1 |
10/31/1960 | Professor Glenadine Gibb is named editor of "The Arithmetic Teacher", a journal of National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Other faculty editors include Professors E. W. Hamilton, H. Van Engen, Fred Lott, and Irvin Brune. | |

4 |
Local teachers study new math ideas at ISTCPublic Relations News Release 1960:99, p.1 |
10/31/1960 | Area mathematics educators attend an in-service mathematics institute sponsored by the National Science Foundation. The institute is directed by Professors Glenadine Gibb and Richard Crumley. Professors Augusta Schurrer acts as a consultant to attendees. | |

5 |
ISTC faculty and area teachers to attend mathematics conferencePublic Relations News Release 1960:32, p.1 |
9/21/1960 | Professors Augusta Schurrer, Max Hosier, and Glenadine Gibb attend a two-day orientation conference for the School Mathematics Study Group with twenty-three area math educators. | |

6 |
Math Club, Kappa Mu Epsilon Further Mathematics ProgramOld Gold 0:0, p.176 |
6/1/1959 | The Math Club is open to all who are interested in furthering their knowledge in mathematics; also, Kappa Mu Epsilon is a national honor fraternity that helps undergraduates appreciate the beauty of mathematics and its important role in our world; photo. | |

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Math Department Maintains Contact With High SchoolsOld Gold 0:0, p.107 |
6/1/1959 | The Mathematics Department aims to attract and keep students of high quality, and maintain contacts with the public schools of Iowa; the department sponsored Kappa Mu Epsilon and the Math Club; photo. | |

8 |
Mathematics Department Enlarges StaffOld Gold 0:0, p.107 |
6/1/1958 | Description of the department and the names of the new staff members; photos. | |

9 |
Department of MathematicsOld Gold 0:0, p.49 |
6/1/1957 | A National Mathematics Institute was held on campus, the first to be held on any teachers college campus in the United States; the department is experimenting to see if students can obtain as much from larger classes as they can from smaller ones; photo. | |

10 |
Honor Fraternity for MathematiciansOld Gold 0:0, p.187 |
6/1/1955 | Description of Kappa Mu Epsilon, the national honor fraternity in mathematics; photos. | |

11 |
Mathematics Sponsors Summer WorkshopsOld Gold 0:0, p.87 |
6/1/1955 | Description of the department and a list of the acomplishments of some of the faculty over the year; photos. | |

12 |
Kappa Mu EpsilonOld Gold 0:0, p.165 |
6/1/1951 | Brief description of the group; photo. | |

13 |
MathematicsOld Gold 0:0, p.58 |
6/1/1951 | Brief description of the department; photo. | |

14 |
A triple slate of conferences is scheduled for the week end, April 13-14Public Relations News Release 1950:304, p.1 |
4/10/1951 | The audio-Visual conference is on Friday. Observation of campus school classes in session and tours of the campus to observe audio-visual materials and facilities will be part of the program. | |

15 |
TC Personnel on ISEA Convention ProgramsPublic Relations News Release 1950:110, p.1 |
11/2/1950 | President J. W. Maucker will be the main speaker Friday at the faculty-alumni banquet held annually at the convention in Des Moines. The membership of ISEA is so large (over 22,000 in 1949-50) that the convention includes many department meetings. | |

16 |
Honorary OrganizationsOld Gold 0:0, p.114 |
6/1/1949 | Brief description of the group; photo. | |

17 |
Interest ClubsOld Gold 0:0, p.167 |
6/1/1949 | Brief description of the group; photo. | |

18 |
Campus 4-HOld Gold 0:0, p.192 |
6/1/1947 | Brief description of the group; photo. | |

19 |
FacultyOld Gold 0:0, p.105 |
6/1/1947 | List of faculty; photo. |

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