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Goss--Robert Charles (Biology Faculty)

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1 Changes in the administrative structure, staff, and procedures
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 2:0, p.407
7/1/1995 President Kamerick sets up divisions under vice presidents; Provost Martin engages in debate over tenure and promotion standards; photo.
2 Finding fabulous fungi--It's mushroom hunting time!
Public Relations News Release 1990:519, p.1
4/29/1991 The two week period prior to Mother's Day is the best time for mushroom hunting.
3 Spring rains spawn delicious and poisonous mushrooms.
Public Relations News Release 1989:636, p.1
5/14/1990 Bob Goss who's expertise is called upon to identify poisonous mushrooms. Goss says each year kids, will discover a few of the colorful fungi and take a couple of bites out of them. There is cause for concern since mushrooms are extremely poisonous.
4 Marvelous microbes-- inexpensively cleaning up landfills and purifying water.
Public Relations News Release 1988:558, p.1
7/17/1989 Bob Goss says natural bacteria's can be used to clean up oil spills, remove pesticides from groundwater, and eat the poisons left in our landfills for about one-fourth the cost of traditional clean up efforts.
5 Mushroom hunting.
Public Relations News Release 1988:514, p.1
6/5/1989 Bob Goss says that although some mushrooms are poisonous, by exercising a little caution and knowing which one to look for, not only can mushroom hunting be fun, but an opportunity to gather a food with many health benefits.
6 Looking for a new idgredient for this summer's feasts?
Public Relations News Release 1988:469, p.1
5/9/1989 Not only can mushroom hunting be fun, but it is an opportunity to gather a food with many benefits. Bob Goss gives information about which mushrooms are safe to eat.
7 They're tasty, and fun to look for, but which ones are safe to eat?
Public Relations News Release 1988:464, p.1
5/8/1989 Bob Goss says there are ways to determine which ones are safe to eat , and there are specific places to look for morrel mushrooms. Mushrooms hunters may have a harder time finding them this year because of dry weather.
8 Radio/ TV Tips
Public Relations News Release 1988:267, p.1
1/25/1989 Prevention is the best best medicine for the common cold and flu. "Writing Across the Curriculum " a university-wide writing program being phased in over a three year period.
9 Supper immunity to illness may someday be a reality, but for now the best medicine is an ounce of prevention says University of Northern Iowa prof.
Public Relations News Release 1988:263, p.1
1/23/1989 Bob Goss says only by having dieases and finding new ways to defend against them, eating a proper diet and exercising regularly can we achieve super immunity.
10 Beating disease...can science make us super immune?
Public Relations News Release 1988:229, p.1
1/9/1989 Bob Goss says study of immunology is a relatively new science , new synthetic vaccines created in the lab may someday prevent us from getting sick.
11 UNI prof shares Soviet stories
Northern Iowan 85:16, p.12
10/21/1988 Professor Goss talks about his experiences in the Soviet Union.
12 Biology
Old Gold 0:0, p.39
6/1/1979 The Department of Biology offers many opportunities to students with scientific interests; the biology courses are mainly held in the newly constructed science building, also in an arboretum, two local forest preserves, and in a prairie preserve; photo.
13 Science session opens Thurs.
Northern Iowan 71:49, p.5
4/15/1975 Faculty and students will participate in IAS program.
14 Students haunt area cemeteries
Northern Iowan 71:15, p.5
10/22/1974 Professor Goss's students visit cemeteries to study customs, rituals, and causes of deaths; photo.
15 Spectrum of Microbes
Northern Iowan 71:14, p.7
10/18/1974 Professor Goss writes lab manual.
16 SOS meeting tonight
Moravec--Jeff (Class of 1977)
Northern Iowan 71:13, p.4
10/15/1974 Group will continue study of natural resources in Cedar Falls area.
17 Science Foundation grant enables student project
Northern Iowan 70:49, p.8
4/23/1974 NSF grant will enable students to study best sites for new Cedar Falls housing.
18 Seminar on Marxism, diseases available; individual studies offers alternatives
Northern Iowan 70:48, p.5
4/19/1974 Individual Studies will offer nine exploratory courses.
19 Profs respond to Martin
Cahill--Daniel J. (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 68:31, p.3
2/11/1972 Group of professors agrees with Provost Martin's memo on tenure.
20 Behind the scenes
Jensen--Paul W.
UNI Quarterly 3:2, p.84
1/1/1972 Collection of brief articles about recent events and activities; photo.
21 "Future Power" Theme for State Confab at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1972:118, p.1
11/4/1971 The Student Home Economics Association State Conference is to being held Nov. 5-6 on campus.
22 Science students & faculty to Milwaukee
Northern Iowan 67:45, p.6
4/16/1971 Will visit labs and other sites.
23 UNI Students and Faculty to Travel to Milwaukee on Science Study Trip
Public Relations News Release 1971:528, p.1
4/12/1971 24 students and 6 faculty members from the departments of biology, chemistry, earth science and physics will be taking a student trip on April 14 to Milwaukee; trip information and list of participants
24 D. C. workshop chaired by UNI prof
Northern Iowan 67:40, p.1
3/19/1971 Professor Goss will chair NSF workshop.
25 UNI Prof to Chair Workshop in Washington D.C.
Public Relations News Release 1971:461, p.1
3/16/1971 Dr. Goss will chair a National Science Foundation (NSF) workshop in Washington D.C., March 31-April 2.
26 Biology prof hits on local pollution problem
Northern Iowan 66:50, p.7
4/21/1970 Professor Goss talks about causes of pollution at the local level.
27 New building delights science faculty
Alumnus 53:4, p.3
12/1/1968 Description of features of new building; photo.
28 $186,000 science grant for program improvement
Northern Iowan 64:32, p.1
2/13/1968 Will fund faculty release time, equipment, course improvement studies, and undergraduate projects.
29 Summer research grants to faculty
Alumnus 51:4, p.10
12/1/1966 Three professors receive grants.
30 Three profs receive grants for research
College Eye 60:58, p.3
6/17/1966 Professors Sage, Goss, and Grant receive grants from the SCI Foundation for summer work.
31 Goss explains research at Dysart school
College Eye 60:20, p.6
11/19/1965 Part of visiting scientist series.
32 Science in the early sixties at SCI
Alumnus 49:3, p.2
9/1/1964 Curriculum, programs, personnel, and opportunities in Department of Science; photo.
33 Dr. Goss' cancer laboratory doesn't resemble Hollywood set
College Eye 58:3, p.3
10/4/1963 Dr. Robert C. Goss searches for the cure for cancer.
34 SCI biologist receives $1,030 grant to further cancer research
College Eye 57:33, p.4
6/21/1963 Professor Goss talks about his research.
35 27 faculty members named to SCI staff
College Eye 56:1, p.1
9/15/1961 Roster of new faculty.
36 SCI Dean announces eight faculty appointments
Public Relations News Release 1960:560, p.1
8/9/1961 Professor William C. Lang, dean of instruction, announces eight new faculty appointments. Newly appointed faculty members include John Golubowich, Henry Chabert, Joseph Bohme, Vernon Harmelink, Ira Johnson, Robert Goss, Albert Haman, and Ronald Budensiek.

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