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Graduate Study

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201 Seniors may receive graduate work grants
College Eye 45:16, p.6
1/22/1954 Should contact Dean of the Faculty.
202 State board approves new graduate majors
Alumnus 37:3, p.7
9/1/1953 Will offer courses in art and guidance.
203 English candidacy tests scheduled
College Eye 44:37, p.1
7/10/1953 For those planning graduate study
204 New majors get nod
College Eye 44:37, p.1
7/10/1953 Will offer master's degrees in art and guidance.
205 Student Council requests changes in grad study
College Eye 44:36, p.3
7/3/1953 Graduate Council responds to questions about graduate study.
206 Teachers College awards its first master's degree
College Eye 44:25, p.5
3/27/1953 Mary Jane Thierman receives first graduate degree; photo.
207 First M. A.
Alumnus 37:1, p.Front Cover
2/1/1953 Mary Jane Thierman will receive first graduate degree; photo.
208 Iowa's investment in Teachers College
Maucker--James William (President of ISTC--SCI--and UNI)
Alumnus 37:1, p.5
2/1/1953 President Maucker proposes 15% increase in ISTC budget; cites reasons for his contention.
209 Graduate program in full swing
Alumnus 36:4, p.7
12/1/1952 192 students enroll in summer; seventy-seven register this fall.
210 Complete first step in accrediting graduate program
Alumnus 36:3, p.10
9/1/1952 Working through North Central steps.
211 MA application can be filed now
College Eye 43:39, p.1
8/1/1952
212 Graduate program inaugurated
College Eye 43:33, p.1
6/20/1952 Class begin; accreditation process under way.
213 Six to receive assistantship
College Eye 43:32, p.5
5/30/1952 List of those who will be receiving assistantships.
214 Council approves six assistantships
College Eye 43:27, p.3
4/25/1952 List of those who will be receiving graduate assistantships.
215 Untitled
College Eye 43:19, p.2
2/22/1952 Contends that students who reach the point of graduate work they are ready to delve deeply into research.
216 Grad school to start in June; will offer work in nine fields
College Eye 43:17, p.6
2/8/1952 Lengthy description of course of study and admissions procedures.
217 To what end and at what cost?
Winier--Leonard P. (Biology Faculty)
College Eye 43:17, p.2
2/8/1952 Discusses the use of pure research in the pursuit of a graduate degree.
218 Students who have done outstanding work as undergraduates will be aided by an assistantship program according to M. J. Nelson, dean of the faculty
Public Relations News Release 1952:452, p.1
2/6/1952 Each assistantship will carry a stipend of $500 to $750 for the academic year according to the need of the student and the requirements of the job and will include a quarterly fee remission of $29 for each of three of four consecutive quarters.
219 Board authorizes increased fees; votes approval for graduate assistants
Alumnus 36:1, p.3
2/1/1952 Fees will be raised from $36 to $40 per quarter.
220 Ten assistantships to be offered by grad schools
College Eye 43:16, p.5
2/1/1952 Stipends will range from $500 to $750; description of typical duties.
221 In the January issue of the "Educational Bulletin" Miles V. Zintz discusses problems facing personnel working in special education areas
Public Relations News Release 1952:387, p.1
1/31/1952 The "Educational Bulletin" is the official publication of the Iowa department of public instruction. Zintz says that the first job of the special education supervisor is to find, examine and plan programs for each child in the community.
222 Problems facing personnel working in special education areas are discussed by Miles V. Zintz, assistant professor of education
Public Relations News Release 1952:388, p.1
1/31/1952 Zintz's article is in the January issue of the "Educational Bulletin," which is the official publication of the Iowa department of public instruction. The supervisor needs to have a broad picture of the whole field of handicapped and exceptional children.
223 Twenty-five American French teachers will attend an eight weeks' seminar in France under the U. S. Educational Exchange program
Public Relations News Release 1952:382, p.1
1/29/1952 Included in the seminar's activities are refresher courses aboard ship taught by a French professor; three days of lectures and excursions in Paris; and ten days at the International Cultural Centr at Royaumont for courses in French conversation.
224 Twenty-five American secondary school teachers of French will go to France
Public Relations News Release 1952:381, p.1
1/29/1952 The eight weeks' seminar will be in France under the U. S. Educational Exchange program authorized by the Fulbright Act. Included in the seminar's activities are refresher courses aboard ship taught by a French professor.
225 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.
226 Scholarship for grads
College Eye 43:9, p.8
11/16/1951 Martin Nelson has information.
227 New grad school is for teachers
College Eye 43:7, p.5
11/2/1951 Daryl Pendergraft talks about the purpose of ISTC graduate study.
228 Notice! All grad students
College Eye 43:5, p.2
10/19/1951 Will hold meeting for those interested.
229 Faculty to hold meeting Monday
College Eye 43:4, p.8
10/12/1951 Will consider staffing of graduate program; establishment of Committee on the Administration of Faculty Personnel.
230 Short summary of information on graduate school
Alumnus 35:3, p.22
9/1/1951 Outline of curriculum, admission criteria, and requirements for courses to be offered beginning in summer 1952.
231 Nelson names grad school staff members
College Eye 42:41, p.1
8/10/1951 List of graduate faculty.
232 State board OK's grad school
College Eye 42:37, p.1
7/13/1951 Seven departments will likely offer courses initially; procedures outlined.
233 Faculty-drafted recommendations for the graduate program have been approved by the state board of education
Public Relations News Release 1950:412, p.1
7/3/1951 The approval authorizes the college to begin offering graduate level courses in the summer of 1952 and to confer the degree of Master of Arts in Education. Administration of the program will vest in an in an elected graduate council.
234 Preparation for all levels of public school work
Hart--Irving Harlow (Extension Faculty and Archivist)
First 75 Years 0:0, p.81
7/1/1951 Initial curriculum recognizes need for preparation for all levels of teaching; surveys of effects of the College on Iowa; description of ways in which the College met Iowa needs.
235 Registrar clarifies graduate status
College Eye 42:30, p.1
5/11/1951 Special rules for veterans.
236 Merchant estate to finance study for graduates
College Eye 42:29, p.1
5/4/1951 Estate will be sold to create a scholarship fund.
237 Follow Strayer Report
Alumnus 35:2, p.26
5/1/1951 Interinstitutional committee set up to speed offering of graduate program.
238 Frank I. Merchant, December 23, 1855-April 30, 1951
Alumnus 35:2, p.11
5/1/1951 Professor Merchant's estate will finance scholarships for graduate study for students who have earned the bachelor's degree from ISTC; photo.
239 Group to study Grad study plan
College Eye 42:20, p.6
2/23/1951 Interinstitutional committee will look at plan.
240 North Central association coordinator visits ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1950:212, p.1
2/13/1951 George E. Hill of Ohio University spent Sunday and Monday at the college and met with faculty committees in seven fields of teacher education. Hill is professor of education, counselor-trainer and coordinator of counselor advisement.
241 Grad study panel date is changed
College Eye 42:18, p.5
2/9/1951 Panel postponed until February 14.
242 Graduate scholarships available for seniors
College Eye 42:17, p.6
2/2/1951 Students invited to apply for financial aid for graduate study.
243 Graduate study is forum topic
College Eye 42:17, p.6
2/2/1951 Faculty panel will discuss the form that graduate study will take at ISTC.
244 Faculty on record favoring graduate program
Alumnus 35:1, p.4
2/1/1951 Faculty recommend authorization in meetings.
245 The State Board of Education
Alumnus 35:1, p.3
2/1/1951 Approves ISTC request to offer graduate work subject to two conditions: (1) that the legislature appropriate sufficient funds; and (2) that the Board approve the curriculum.
246 Maucker's appointment tops list of outstanding events during 1950
College Eye 42:14, p.5
1/12/1951 Quick 1950 year in review.
247 College needs outlined in "Strayer Report"
Alumnus 34:4, p.8
12/1/1950 General report on state schools includes recommendation for graduate study at ISTC.
248 Committee finds master's degree necessary here
College Eye 42:7, p.1
10/27/1950 Part of Strayer Report on Iowa higher education.
249 Hilltopics; vet graduate status clarified
Gray--Carl Jr.
College Eye 41:32, p.2
6/23/1950 Regulations concerning graduate study for veterans are clarified.
250 Graduate Record Examination will be give here February 3
College Eye 41:15, p.3
1/13/1950 Test was previously given in May and August only but for purposes of awarding fellowships is now given in February also.

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