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Hallberg--Fred William (Philosophy and Religion Faculty)

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51 Philosophy and Religion
Old Gold 0:0, p.34
6/1/1979 By asking the simple question "why," you are usually asking a philosophy or religion question; students not only learn about philosophy and religion, but they learn about themselves; courses in ethics, reality, values and knowledge are given;
52 Friends of study skills
UNI Century 5:1, p.4
1/1/1977 Group of twenty staff members meets to assess need for study skills support.
53 'AFT democratic'
Ritchie--Verna Ford (Library Faculty)
Northern Iowan 73:27, p.2
12/10/1976 Professor Ritchie responds to Professor Hallberg; believes that AFT is the appropriate collective bargaining choice.
54 'Disturbing'
Hallberg--Fred William (Philosophy and Religion Faculty)
Northern Iowan 73:26, p.2
12/7/1976 Professor Hallberg believes AFT members should support United Faculty.
55 New course
Northern Iowan 72:41, p.5
2/27/1976 Professor Hallberg will assist with team that will teach effective study techniques.
56 Course offering
Northern Iowan 72:36, p.11
2/10/1976 Professor Hallberg will offer course on study techniques.
57 UNI profs to present symposium on Bertrand Russell
Public Relations News Release 1969:594, p.1
5/11/1970 "The Contributions of Bertrand Russell" will be presented in honor of the late writer, philosopher, and mathematician.
58 UNI prof to present symposium on Bertrand Russell
Public Relations News Release 1969:574, p.1
5/4/1970 The symposium will be held in the Music Hall Auditorium.
59 Instructor speaks out for Jerry Rubin
Hallberg--Fred William (Philosophy and Religion Faculty)
Northern Iowan 66:52, p.2
4/28/1970 Professor Hallberg points out ways that students can learn from Rubin.
60 Points up error in Hallberg's facts
Haupt--Shirley Eliason (Art Faculty)
Northern Iowan 66:47, p.3
4/10/1970 Believes Professor Hallberg mis-read proposal.
61 Responds to Hallberg's reference to Plato
Overland--Carlton Edward (Art Faculty)
Northern Iowan 66:47, p.3
4/10/1970 Believes Professor Hallberg's arguments are irrelevant.
62 Disagrees with Haupt on gen. ed..
Hallberg--Fred William (Philosophy and Religion Faculty)
Northern Iowan 66:46, p.2
4/7/1970 Professor Hallberg believes that there are programmable parts of general education; believes faculty are best equipped to design curriculum.
63 Mistakes are good lessons
Hallberg--Fred William (Philosophy and Religion Faculty)
Northern Iowan 66:36, p.2
2/20/1970 Professor Hallberg agrees that mistakes help in learning; but he does not believe that mistakes should necessarily count toward achieving a college degree.
64 Genocide OK if done by U.S.?
Wiesenfeld--Julius (Mathematics Faculty)
Northern Iowan 64:28, p.3
1/12/1968 Professor Wiesenfeld responds to some of Professor Hallberg's arguments about Viet Nam.
65 Doesn't condemn Communist violence in Viet Nam War
Hoffmans--Edward C. (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 64:27, p.2
1/9/1968 Mr. Hoffmans continues his argument with Professor Hallberg.
66 Hallberg says Hoffmans has three choices
Hallberg--Fred William (Philosophy and Religion Faculty)
Northern Iowan 64:26, p.4
12/15/1967 Professor Hallberg continues argument with Ed Hoffmans.
67 Defends thesis, thanks Hallberg
Hoffmans--Edward C. (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 64:18, p.5
11/10/1967 Mr. Hoffmans further explains his positions on the draft and Viet Nam; responds to Professor Hallberg.
68 Sensationalism is poor substitute
Chabert--Henri L. (Modern Language Faculty)
Northern Iowan 64:16, p.2
11/3/1967 Professor Chabert cites sections of United Nations charter.
69 Examines content of Hoffmans' thesis
Hallberg--Fred William (Philosophy and Religion Faculty)
Northern Iowan 64:15, p.2
10/31/1967 Professor Hallberg critically examines bases of Ed Hoffmans' beliefs; finds faults in some of his claims.

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