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Graduate Study

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Title Date Summary
101 M. A. in psychology proposed
Northern Iowan 75:42, p.3
3/9/1979 Description of proposal.
102 Grad assistants receive least aid
Northern Iowan 75:33, p.7
2/6/1979 Dean Hoops believes low stipends put UNI at competitive disadvantage.
103 Does faculty bargaining agent care about the students?
Chang--James C. (Chemistry Faculty)
Northern Iowan 75:32, p.2
2/2/1979 Professor James Chang does not believe that the graduate student stipend is a result of collective bargaining.
104 Grad courses offered in program?
Morin--Robert E. (CSBS Dean)
Northern Iowan 75:9, p.5
9/29/1978 Dean Morin does not believe that there should be courses that could be offered for graduate credit in the general education program.
105 Plus-minus grading begun in grad work
Scobee--Randy (Student--1977-1978)
Northern Iowan 75:6, p.9
9/19/1978 Faculty members may use plusses and minuses at their own discretion.
106 NCA approves doctorate
Alumnus 63:3, p.7
9/1/1978 Visitation committee makes favorable report; NCA will accredit DIT.
107 Doctoral level degree approved for industrial tech
Alumnus 63:2, p.6
5/1/1978 Regents approve Doctor of Industrial Technology in March; description of degree.
108 Plus-minus grading for grads Oked
Northern Iowan 74:54, p.3
4/28/1978 Graduate Council approves change to begin in fall 1978.
109 Grad problems
Northern Iowan 74:23, p.7
11/18/1977 Information for graduate students.
110 Off the Record
Northern Iowan 74:5, p.3
9/16/1977 Musings on Gerald Baker, doctoral programs, and collective bargaining.
111 Laird scholarship aids MBA candidate
Alumnus 62:3, p.15
9/1/1977 Dugan Laird establishes Day Dugan scholarship; biographical sketch.
112 Kamerick speaks on doctoral program
Northern Iowan 73:2, p.8
9/3/1976 President Kamerick talks about budget situation, doctoral program, and new theatre; photo.
113 MBA attracts graduates
Northern Iowan 73:1, p.6
8/31/1976 Program has gone well during first year.
114 Summer session gains grad students
Alumnus 61:2, p.5
5/1/1976 1370 of three thousand 1976 summer session students were graduates.
115 Alumni continue education for advanced degrees at UNI
Alumnus 61:1, p.15
2/1/1976 Survey shows alumni return to UNI for graduate degrees.
116 Master's program
Northern Iowan 72:7, p.4
9/23/1975 Will offer Master of Education in teaching the severely, profoundly, and multiply handicapped.
117 MBA degree approved by regents for UNI; night classes
Northern Iowan 72:1, p.13
8/29/1975 Professor Reuschling talks about the new program; Department of Business renamed School of Business.
118 Psych meeting
Northern Iowan 71:45, p.8
3/25/1975 Professor Whitsett will speak on graduate programs in industrial psychology.
119 Psychology Students Organization
Northern Iowan 71:38, p.8
2/18/1975 Will hear presentation on graduate study.
120 Grads receive high placement
Northern Iowan 70:61, p.6
7/26/1974 Dean Rhum looks at strong placement record; over 90% of graduate students find jobs or continue education.
121 The graduate guide; a survey of graduate opportunities at UNI
Alumnus 59:2, p.4
5/1/1974 Major courses of study.
122 Masters programs in new majors
Alumnus 58:4, p.16
12/1/1973 Approve M. A. in communications media and German as well as a B. A. in psychology (teaching) and Russian area studies.
123 More grads get jobs
Northern Iowan 70:21, p.1
11/30/1973 Dean Rhum reports that 95% of students earning UNI graduate degrees between 1969 and 1972 found jobs or continued study.
124 UNI graduate enrollment sets record; highest since program began in '52
Northern Iowan 70:19, p.4
11/16/1973 Graduate enrollment rises from 764 to 998; Dean Rhum speculates on the reasons.
125 Why enroll at UNI?; prof answers
Sunseri--Alvin Raymond (History Faculty)
Northern Iowan 69:56, p.2
6/15/1973 Professor Sunseri believes UNI offers sound undergraduate program and that UNI graduates go on to substantial success.
126 Opportunities available for grad students
Northern Iowan 69:55, p.3
127 Grade system has flaws
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
Northern Iowan 68:28, p.3
1/14/1972 Professor Fox explains his difficulty with graduate grade standards and the way that they are calculated.
128 Sheepskin and thesis: two bits
Wherry--Peg (Class of 1972)
Northern Iowan 68:26, p.3
1/7/1972 Does not believe UNI is anywhere close to being able to offer doctoral work.
129 Grim financial prospects for UNI
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
Northern Iowan 68:25, p.2
12/17/1971 Professor Fox believes that there is not enough money for UNI to develop into a university; should concentrate on becoming a good college.
130 Chang says his letter was misinterpreted
Chang--James C. (Chemistry Faculty)
Northern Iowan 68:15, p.2
11/5/1971 Claims that he wants a strong program, not a mediocre program.
131 Prof responds to Chang's graduate program letter
Downey--John Charles (Biology Faculty; Dean of the Graduate College)
Northern Iowan 68:13, p.3
10/29/1971 Professor Downey believes that faculty should not be afraid of dreaming beyond the status quo with regard to development of graduate programs.
132 Prof wonders if UNI is equipped to handle large grad program
Chang--James C. (Chemistry Faculty)
Northern Iowan 68:11, p.3
10/22/1971 Professor Chang presents statistics relating to similar universities and their graduate program.
133 Regents OK new degree programs
Northern Iowan 68:1, p.6
9/17/1971 Will add master's degrees in technology, science education, and visually impaired education; new emphases in bachelor's programs in visually impaired education and radio-TV.
134 Urban Dynamics offered in summer
Northern Iowan 67:41, p.1
3/23/1971 Will sponsor cluster of interdisciplinary graduate courses.
135 Grad students
Northern Iowan 67:21, p.4
12/4/1970 Will hold meeting of graduate students in College of Education.
136 This fall increase in grad students
Northern Iowan 67:15, p.7
11/6/1970 979 graduate students enrolled.
137 New degree OK'd by Regents
Northern Iowan 66:30, p.8
1/30/1970 Approve specialist degree in science education.
138 Higher education course offered
Northern Iowan 66:7, p.3
9/30/1969 Three-course sequence available for those who wish to teach in higher education.
139 Curricular changes finalized
Northern Iowan 65:63, p.1
7/3/1969 Regents agree to drop BA comprehensive exam; authorize majors in earth science, French, home economics education, library science, and sociology at master's level.
140 Receive graduate credit
Northern Iowan 65:56, p.12
5/6/1969 Undergraduates may take graduate English courses for graduate credit.
141 UNI joins Grad Council
Northern Iowan 65:35, p.5
2/11/1969 Joins Council of Graduate Schools in the United States.
142 Draft deferment changes have little effect on UNI
Northern Iowan 64:34, p.1
2/20/1968 Consider effects of end of deferments for graduate students.
143 'Sophistication necessary'
Northern Iowan 64:21, p.2
11/21/1967 Supports advanced academic study; critical of Senator Hougen.
144 Now is the time for faculty spadework
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
College Eye 63:62, p.2
7/28/1967 Would like an improvement in the graduate level courses.
145 University status for SCI
Alumnus 51:4, p.4
12/1/1966 Regents approve university status October 7; will be medium scope institution emphasizing undergraduate and first year graduate work.
146 SCI rated high nationally, first in five categories
College Eye 63:14, p.4
11/1/1966 SCI alumni show great likelihood to attain a doctorate.
147 Theses are due
College Eye 60:62, p.3
148 Wed. last day for grads to submit thesis
College Eye 60:60, p.3
149 Joint meeting of Senates Monday in Faculty Room
College Eye 60:49, p.1
4/22/1966 Will discuss spring break, comprehensive examinations, and faculty evaluation; Faculty also discusses intent and content of Master of Arts in Teaching degree.
150 Applications will be taken until March 21
College Eye 60:29, p.5
1/14/1966 For guidance and counseling institute.


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