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Goetch--Edward W. (Education Faculty)

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1 Deaths of long-time faculty sadden university staff
Alumnus 53:3, p.4
9/1/1968 Professor Hartwell died December 7, 1967; Professor Hunter died May 19, 1968; Professor Goetch died June 3, 1968; Professor Grant died June 28, 1968.
2 Phi Delta Kappa Holds High Standards
Old Gold 0:0, p.179
6/1/1960 Phi Delta Kappa is an honorary international fraternity to promote free public education as essential to the development of democracy through the continuing interpretation of the ideals of research, science, and leadership. Activities include speakers and discussions at the monthly meetings.
3 Service award winners named
Alumnus 44:3, p.13
9/1/1959 Eleven receive service awards.
4 Phi Delta Kappa Honors Faculty Members
Old Gold 0:0, p.166
6/1/1959 Phi Delta Kappa is an honorary international fraternity; an individual must be a graduate student with a 3.0 gpa, a faculty member or a nonresident who's been involved in five or more years in successful educational work, and has a Masters Degree; photo.
5 85% of TC graduates placed by college placement office
Hoffmeier--Delmar Henry (Class of 1960)
College Eye 48:33, p.3
6/28/1957 Lengthy look at the services of the Placement Bureau.
6 Recruit teachers for army schools
College Eye 47:15, p.3
1/20/1956
7 Goetch attends Des Moines meet
College Eye 47:8, p.3
10/28/1955 Will speak on demand for teachers.
8 Goetch honors Iowa professor
College Eye 46:32, p.6
5/27/1955 Will honor Harry A. Greene at University of Iowa.
9 Thirteen staff members take part in centennial convention
College Eye 46:8, p.1
10/29/1954 Of ISEA.
10 Dr. V. D. French
Old Gold 0:0, p.24
6/1/1954 Administration; photo.
11 Faculty members attend meeting of ISEA today
College Eye 45:9, p.1
11/6/1953 Many will participate in the meeting program.
12 Administration
Old Gold 0:0, p.26
6/1/1953 Administrators; photo.
13 County board hears Goetch on 'teachers'
College Eye 44:23, p.6
3/13/1953 Speaks in Butler County.
14 Two organizations will hear Maucker Monday
College Eye 44:18, p.3
2/6/1953 Will speak to Macy Campbell Club and Phi Delta Kappa.
15 Demand will remain; salaries rise for next year's teachers: Goetch
College Eye 44:13, p.1
12/19/1952 Dr. Goetch reveals results of his survey.
16 Goetch addresses annual meeting
College Eye 43:28, p.7
5/2/1952 At teacher placement association meeting.
17 E. W. Goetch to present at spring meeting in Des Moines
Public Relations News Release 1951:671, p.1
4/15/1952 E. W. Goetch, placement consultant at Teachers college will discuss "The Overseas Recruitment Program in 1952" at the annual spring meeting of the Iowa Institutional Teacher Placement Association.
18 Schlicher and Goetch address dinner meet
College Eye 43:23, p.6
3/28/1952 Will speak to Macy Campbell Club.
19 Teacher supply still unbalanced
College Eye 43:23, p.8
3/28/1952 E. W. Goetch writes article on shortage of teachers in certain areas.
20 More than 50 of the 88 teachers who reported for overseas teaching job interviews met all the desired qualifications, according to E. W. Goetch
Public Relations News Release 1952:493, p.1
3/25/1952 Interviews for teaching positions with the American Dependents Schools Overseas were conducted at the college by a representative from the Civilian Personnel Division of the Department of the Army. Teachers interviewed were from seven states.
21 Raymond Schlicher and E. W. Goetch will address the Macy Campbell club of Black Hawk county on Monday, March 24
Public Relations News Release 1952:504, p.1
3/21/1952 Schlicher, director of the college placement bureau, and Goetch, placement consultant at the college, will discuss problems related to the selection of teaching personnel.
22 Eighty-five qualified teachers have applied for teaching positions with the American Dependents Schools Overseas
Public Relations News Release 1952:515, p.1
3/14/1952 Because housing is inadequate to meet the needs of the occupation forces, said E. W. Goetch, eligibility for dependents is limited to employees who are hired for positions with a minimum two-year tour of duty.
23 E. W. Goetch says "We are out of balance on teacher supply and demand"
Public Relations News Release 1952:540, p.1
3/10/1952 Most states have a shortage of well qualified elementary teachers, except for high school teachers in certain specialized areas, most of the states have an adequate supply of secondary teachers.
24 Recruitment of teachers for positions in Europe and the Far East for the 1952-53 school year will be held Monday and Tuesday, March 17-18
Public Relations News Release 1952:453, p.1
2/5/1952 Approximately 375 positions are to be filled, mostly in the elementary teaching area. Persons interested may obtain additional information from E. W. Goetch, placement consultant.
25 Faculty travels
College Eye 43:15, p.8
1/25/1952 Attend teacher standards meeting in Des Moines.
26 Goetch appointed as representative
College Eye 43:14, p.8
1/18/1952 Will be regional representative of national placement group.
27 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.
28 ISEA holds 97th annual convention
College Eye 43:7, p.1
11/2/1951 Many faculty will attend and participate.
29 Eighteen staff members will participate in the Iowa State Education association's 97th annoual convention in Des Moines
Public Relations News Release 1951:101, p.1
10/29/1951 The convention theme is "Better Schools Build a Stronger America." Staff members appearing on the program include Rebecca Baker, Margaret Divelbess, Walter E. Ditzler, Lloyd V. Douglas, E. W. Goetch, Frank W. Hill, and Tom Lamke.
30 E. W. Goetch takes new job
Alumnus 35:3, p.9
9/1/1951 Will be placement consultant; photo.
31 Raymond Schlicher appointed placement director
Alumnus 35:3, p.9
9/1/1951 Professor Schlicher replaces E. W. Goetch; biographical sketch of Professor Schlicher; photo.
32 Schlicher named placement head
College Eye 42:36, p.1
7/6/1951 Will replace E. W. Goetch.
33 Teachers salaries up $200 to $300
College Eye 42:33, p.4
6/15/1951 E. W. Goetch reports average salary figures.
34 E. W. Goetch
Old Gold 0:0, p.34
6/1/1951 Brief description of the placement director; photo.
35 Salaries for teachers without experience are averaging $200 to $300 higher than a year ago and about $500 higher than five years ago
Public Relations News Release 1950:384, p.1
5/28/1951 According to E. W. Goetch, placement director, elementary teachers and high school teachers of special subjects (music, home economics, and speech correction) are most in demand. Only a dozen such teachers are available from this year's graduates.
36 The Iowa State Teachers college chapter of the Future Teachers association has been named the association's 1950-51 National Banner Chapter
Public Relations News Release 1950:316, p.1
4/16/1951 The college's 490-member Homer H. Seerley chapter was selected from 409 other college chapters in every state in the union. The National Education association announced the recognition in the May NEA Journal.
37 Goetch will address placement association
College Eye 42:26, p.7
4/13/1951 Will speak to Iowa group.
38 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.
39 America, and her ideals, today are under international surveilance by many interests.
Public Relations News Release 1950:279, p.1
3/27/1951 One of the critical observation points, says E. W. Goetch, placement director, is in the schools maintained abroad for children of military and state department dependents. Hundreds of openings exist for American teachers in Europe and the Far East.
40 Army wants teachers overseas
Public Relations News Release 1950:231, p.1
2/21/1951 For the fourth straight year the college will recruit teachers for the Army's overseas personnel recruitment section. Placement Director E. W. Goetch said representatives would be on campus for interviews with candidates.
41 Goetch may have info on joint teacher jobs
College Eye 42:19, p.7
2/16/1951
42 Faculty members to attend meet
College Eye 42:17, p.3
2/2/1951 Will attend regional meeting on teacher education.
43 Placement director explains purpose and results of placement service
Goetch--Edward W. (Education Faculty)
Alumnus 35:1, p.27
2/1/1951 Survey of services and results for 1950-1951.
44 Goetch to represent placement association
College Eye 42:14, p.6
1/12/1951 Will attend regional conference.
45 1950 Leaves Mark on ISTC Campus
Public Relations News Release 1950:165, p.1
12/29/1950 A presidential inauguration, the fifth in 74 years, was one of several major changes during 1950. Starting last June a minor in journalism was offered. Plans were approved for granting a major in library science starting next June.
46 Coach, Band Instructor "Equally Important"
Public Relations News Release 1950:94, p.1
10/27/1950 If beginning teacher salaries are any index they both rank equally and both rank higher than science teachers. Coaches and instrumentalists had the same range of pay, from $2,900 to $3,600 while science teachers settled for $2,700 to $3,100.
47 Goetch to discuss teacher situation
College Eye 42:7, p.3
10/27/1950 Will speak at placement conference.
48 Beginning Teacher Salaries Announced
Public Relations News Release 1950:62, p.1
10/10/1950 The "good ol' days" when school teachers got $8 a month plus room and board are gone forever--and good riddance, says E. W. Goetch. The 9-month salaries for beginning teachers placed this fall range from $200 to over $400 per month.
49 Placement report
College Eye 41:34, p.3
7/7/1950 Report on students who have taken teaching positions.
50 News in brief
College Eye 41:32, p.5
6/23/1950 Campus news.

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