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Graduate Study

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151 Graduate tests to be held in Aud. 339
College Eye 60:29, p.8
152 M. A. & Ed. S. theses due by Tuesday
College Eye 60:27, p.3
153 M. S. & Ed. S. theses due to advisors
College Eye 60:26, p.6
154 SCI adds new major
Alumnus 50:3, p.16
9/1/1965 Technical institute teaching added; new courses in art; several majors reorganized.
155 Graduate student explains changes in M.A. program
Hayes--Donald P. (Class of 1966; Education Faculty
College Eye 59:51, p.2
7/30/1965 SCI now authorized to grant three types of Master's degrees.
156 Grad meeting Wednesday, explain new M.A. degree
College Eye 59:50, p.5
7/23/1965 Will explain transition from Master of Arts in Education to Master of Arts.
157 Home Econ students to Iowa State
College Eye 59:13, p.4
12/11/1964 Will attend Graduate Day to learn about graduate study.
158 Last day to file for grad degrees
College Eye 59:8, p.5
159 SCI to add master's programs
Alumnus 49:3, p.8
9/1/1964 Will offer Master of Arts and Master of Arts in Education.
160 Regents approves 10% budget increase for '65
College Eye 58:25, p.10
4/17/1964 Approve budget for Hagemann Hall; construction should begin in May; approve non-teaching master's degree.
161 Board of Regents discuss master's degree program
College Eye 58:1, p.3
9/20/1963 May reorganize master's degree in two degree: one in teaching and one in the arts.
162 Fox sees need for five-year plan for secondary teachers
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
College Eye 57:29, p.2
5/10/1963 The master's degree is not as powerful as before.
163 Exams for grad study in social science Monday
College Eye 57:24, p.8
164 Undergrad program in special education reinstated at College
Alumnus 47:3, p.10
9/1/1962 Had been dropped in favor of master's program; both will be offered.
165 October 6 set for M. A., Ed. S. examinations
College Eye 56:40, p.4
8/3/1962 Candidacy and comprehensive exams scheduled.
166 M. A. candidacy exams Saturday
College Eye 56:36, p.1
167 Smith: 'it's the student who fails'
Smith--Miriam B. (Speech Faculty)
College Eye 56:36, p.2
7/6/1962 Professor M. B. Smith responds to student who asked about locus of responsibility for those who fail the graduate comprehensive examination.
168 "Who has failed?" asks grad student
Young--Kaye Don (Classes of 1959 and 1964)
College Eye 56:35, p.2
6/29/1962 Questions responsibility for those who fail the graduate comprehensive examination.
169 Physical education MA for men is approved
College Eye 56:34, p.1
6/22/1962 Also begin five-year program in speech correction and re-institute program in special education.
170 Applications now available for assistantships
College Eye 56:20, p.4
2/23/1962 Graduate and research assistantships available.
171 Maucker initiates changes
College Eye 52:33, p.1
6/2/1961 A look at the changes initiated by the Maucker administration.
172 Torch and Tassel to give first of three discussions
College Eye 52:10, p.1
11/18/1960 Professors McDavitt and Knutson will talk about graduate study possibilities.
173 ISTC research study shows high rating
College Eye 52:6, p.2
10/21/1960 Herb Silvey has produced statistics which show that ISTC ranks very high among teachers colleges whose graduates go on to advanced degrees.
174 Financial aid available to graduate students
College Eye 51:33, p.2
6/24/1960 Lengthy description of several programs.
175 Senate approves language majors, minor in Russian
College Eye 51:25, p.3
4/1/1960 Will add majors in French, German, and Spanish and a minor in Russian; approve School Administration to replace Superintendency as major for Specialist degree.
176 Six-year degree being planned
Alumnus 45:1, p.9
2/1/1960 Board authorizes Specialist in Education degree.
177 Board of Regents approves ISTC specialist degree
College Eye 51:13, p.3
12/17/1959 Will require 30 hours of study beyond the master's degree; will provide opportunities for in-service teachers and administrators; will need to develop curriculum.
178 Our mistake
College Eye 51:5, p.1
10/16/1959 This semester is the first in which there have been over 100 full-time graduate students.
179 13 assistantships to grad students for fall semester
College Eye 50:38, p.4
7/31/1959 List of those awarded assistantships.
180 23 theses are submitted to Dean Lang
College Eye 50:38, p.1
7/31/1959 List of authors and topics.
181 Poage to speak to grad students on German trip
College Eye 50:36, p.1
7/17/1959 At reception for graduate students.
182 Dean Nelson discusses TC future
Alumnus 44:2, p.14
5/1/1959 Offers views on curriculum, athletics, and the graduate program; photo.
183 Faculty recommends degree sans education requirement
College Eye 50:28, p.1
4/24/1959 Also recommend sixth year program and eventual doctoral program.
184 Obiter Scripta
Fox--Josef W. (Philosophy and Humanities Faculty)
College Eye 50:24, p.2
3/20/1959 Professor Fox discusses possible expansion to become more than a teachers college.
185 President Maucker says. . .
College Eye 49:20, p.1
2/21/1958 Believes non-thesis option will be good for many students; honors program would benefit those who are going on for a doctorate.
186 Senate changes M. A. policy; measure goes to Regents for approval
College Eye 49:20, p.1
2/21/1958 Would introduce non-thesis option; would set up honors program for those who are headed for further graduate study; photo.
187 Math seminar ends Thursday
Sahai--Prem (Classes of 1958--1967--and 1970)
College Eye 48:37, p.4
7/26/1957 For students interested in graduate education.
188 Seminar in math for graduates
Sahai--Prem (Classes of 1958--1967--and 1970)
College Eye 48:36, p.4
7/19/1957 Will review thesis work.
189 Department of Industrial Arts
Old Gold 0:0, p.46
6/1/1957 The Department of Industrial Arts regularly uses field trips to keep in contact with the industrial world; in the summer session of 1956, the department began offering a graduate program and fifteen graduate students attended the first session; photo.
190 Changes at TC discussed by Registrar
College Eye 47:39, p.1
7/27/1956 Marshall Beard speculates on changes in the curriculum, the academic calendar, and the campus landscape.
191 Graduate scholarship instruction available
College Eye 47:12, p.1
12/9/1955 Should talk with Dean of Instruction.
192 Grad stipends, fees increase
Alumnus 39:3, p.5
9/1/1955 Graduate assistants may receive as much as $900; research assistants $1500; graduate fees will increase from $53 to $65 per quarter.
193 Graduate fees increase in '56
College Eye 46:31, p.1
5/20/1955 Will increase from $53 to $65 per quarter.
194 Eight week session set for summer '55
College Eye 45:34, p.1
6/25/1954 Eight week session will be followed by two week period for graduate independent study and workshops.
195 Graduates take tests
College Eye 45:34, p.1
6/25/1954 For Department of Education candidacy.
196 Art department offers summer graduate work
College Eye 45:33, p.1
6/18/1954 Offering graduate work for first time this summer.
197 Educator from Pakistan studies for M. A. degree
Alumnus 38:2, p.26
5/1/1954 Yusaf Ali Quiam begins study.
198 North Central approves ISTC graduate program
Alumnus 38:2, p.1
5/1/1954 Examining team visited campus in February.
199 Graduate program approved by NCA
College Eye 45:25, p.3
200 ISTC master's degree program
Alumnus 38:1, p.6
2/1/1954 Survey of students who have enrolled in program; outline of requirements.


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