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Hanson--Roger J. (Physics Faculty)

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1 Profile: the retirement class of '96-'97
Erickson--Barbara (Public Relations Staff)
Campus News Network 7:18, p.2
5/5/1997 Thirty UNI employees will retire this year; photo.
2 Long term employees retiring from University of Northern Iowa to be recognized May 3
Public Relations News Release 1996:380, p.1
4/25/1997 Thirty employees will be honored at the 39th Annual Recognition Breakfast.
3 Physics professor at the University Of Northern Iowa named fellow of Acoustical Society of America
Public Relations News Release 1996:273, p.1
2/18/1997 Roger Hanson was recognized for his contribution to the research of musical acoustics and non linear vibrations of strings by the Acoustical Society of America and Acoustical Society of Japan.
4 Awards/honors/service: Roger Hanson
Campus News Network 7:9, p.Insert 2
12/9/1996 Roger Hanson recognized as Fellow.
5 Presentations/lectures/exhibitions: Roger Hanson, H. Kent Macomber
Campus News Network 7:9, p.Insert 2
12/9/1996 Roger Hanson and H. Kent Macomber co-wrote a paper.
6 Faculty receive Regents awards for faculty excellence
Northern Iowa Today 24:2, p.8
9/1/1996 Professors Roy Behrens, Roger Hanson, Tony McAdams, Donna Maier, Donna Raschke, and Ron Roberts honored.
7 Exemplary behavior
Public Relations News Release 1995:452, p.1
7/8/1996 Twenty faculty members from the Regents institutions received the Regents Award for Faculty Excellence.
8 UNI faculty members receive Regents recognition
Campus News Network 6:20, p.4
7/8/1996 Six UNI faculty members were presented awards for excellence in teaching.
9 Exemplary behavior
Public Relations News Release 1995:445, p.1
6/24/1996 The Iowa State Board of Regents selected twenty faculty members from the state's four Regents schools as winners of the Regents Award for Faculty Excellence.
10 1996 faculty excellence awards presented by Iowa State Board of Regents
Public Relations News Release 1995:438, p.1
6/18/1996 Twenty faculty members selected from the state universities, the Iowa School for the Deaf, and the Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School received the Regents Award for Faculty Excellence.
11 Presentations/lectures/exhibitions: Roger Hanson
Campus News Network 6:6, p.3
11/13/1995 Roger Hanson presented colloquium talk "How Low Can the Violin Go?" in Illinois.
12 Twenty-five years at UNI
Campus News Network 5:22, p.2
8/21/1995 Thirteen faculty members were honored by Waterloo Chamber of Commerce for twenty-five years in the education field.
13 Recently/soon to be published: Roger J. Hanson, Andrew J. Schneider and Frederick W. Halgedahl
Campus News Network 5:10, p.Insert 1
1/30/1995 Roger J. Hanson, Andrew J. Schneider, and Frederick W. Halgedahl recently published an article in "Catgut Acoustical Society Journal".
14 Five new academic department heads as classes begin at University of Northern Iowa: Two acting heads
Public Relations News Release 1992:10, p.1
8/24/1992 New department heads named prior to fall semester.
15 Northern Iowa sources for this week's topics in the news
Public Relations News Release 1991:723, p.1
7/13/1992 Art as an investment, Iowa's 1% sales tax hike, and national nuke day are this week's topics in the news.
16 What we know can hurt us.
Public Relations News Release 1991:717, p.1
7/13/1992 Roger Hanson believes the development of nuclear weapons was inevitable, but we must make certain they are never used again.
17 UNI undergraduate research
Campus News Network 2:14, p.1
3/23/1992 Eight students will present research to meeting in Minneapolis.
18 Northern Iowa sources for this week's topics in the news.
Public Relations News Release 1991:280, p.1
12/16/1991 Available faculty members are listed as sources on current news topics.
19 This thing runs on what?
Public Relations News Release 1991:274, p.1
12/16/1991 Roger Hanson states that researchers in Europe recently have made progress in fusion development.
20 Two UNI students benefit NASA through summer research
Northern Iowan 88:23, p.8
11/19/1991 Joel Agee and James Anderson talk about their research; photo.
21 Two metro area physics majors at University of Northern Iowa benefit NASA through summer research projects
Public Relations News Release 1991:216, p.1
11/11/1991 Joel Agee and James Anderson, physics majors, used NASA funded grants to study vibrations of wire and measured microscopic roughness of a surface.
22 University of Northern Iowa sophomore from Hudson studies vibration in wires as part of NASA Summer Research Project
Public Relations News Release 1991:215, p.1
11/11/1991 James Anderson has been named one of twenty-six winners from Iowa of the Summer Undergraduate Research Experience Grant. These grants are sponsored by NASA.
23 Observances remember U of I shooting victims
Northern Iowan 88:20, p.1
11/8/1991 Department of Physics sends condolences.
24 Dr. Leon Lederman, Nobel prize winner, gives lecture
Northern Iowan 88:12, p.7
10/11/1991 Biographical profile.
25 Nobel Laureate physicist to visit University of Northern Iowa: Public lecture is (Monday) October 7
Public Relations News Release 1991:97, p.1
9/30/1991 Leon Lederman, Nobel Prize winner in physics, will spend time with students and faculty at UNI during two day visit.
26 Northern Iowa offers unique research opportunities to undergrads
Sudmeier--Sara Jane
Northern Iowa Today 18:1, p.1
3/1/1990 Students describe their undergraduate research projects; photo.
27 Colwell junior at University of Northern Iowa participating in acoustics research project.
Public Relations News Release 1989:371, p.1
2/1/1990 Andrew Schneider co-authored the paper "Low-Pitched Notes Associated with Large Bowing Forces in Violin Strings." The paper which explores the various tones that can be created on string instruments, was presented at the Acoustical Society of America.
28 Colwell junior at University of Northern Iowa participating in acoustics research project.
Public Relations News Release 1989:371, p.1
2/1/1990 Andrew Schneider has been participating in an acoustical research project, studying the relationship of bowing force on violin strings to pitches.
29 Leader from Anarctic ozone hole exploration to be at UNI Wednesday (April 15)
Public Relations News Release 1987:319, p.1
4/10/1987 Professor David Hoffman, who lead a three-month expedition to study the Antarctic ozone hole, presented two programs on the topic in the Physics Building and the Sigma Xi banquet.
30 Iowa state metallurgist to speak at UNI Wednesday
Public Relations News Release 1986:227, p.1
1/31/1986 He also is a professor at Iowa State and he will speak at a physics/geography colloquim; his presentation is entitled "The Fascinating World of Heavy Electrons."
31 Survey to be distributed
Northern Iowan 80:32, p.8
1/31/1984 SCUP will distribute survey soon.
32 Stinchfield plans for UNI's future
UNI Century 12:1, p.1
12/1/1983 Richard Stinchfield is new Director of Planning and Policy Management; organizes committee (SCUP) to gather information about UNI; outlines aims; biographical sketch; photo.
33 Hanson retires as director of Iowa Academy of Science
Alumnus 67:3, p.10
10/1/1983 Professor Hanson had served sixteen years; Professor Macmillan will succeed him.
34 Student compete in Physics Olympics
Old Gold 0:0, p.39
6/1/1982 Students from junior and senior high schools compete in various physics and science related events called Physics Olympics; photo.
35 UNI faculty members attend Chautauqua courses
Public Relations News Release 1981:179, p.1
11/24/1981 Darrel Hoff and Roger Hanson attended a course on "The Personalities of 20th Century Physics".
36 UNI faculty attend Nobel Conference in Minnesota
Public Relations News Release 1981:92, p.1
10/13/1981 Four Nobel prize winners spoke during a conference at Gustavus Adolphus College attended by six faculty members.
37 Physics, sound make greater music together
UNI Century 9:4, p.6
10/1/1981 Professor Roger Hanson investigates physics of music; photo.
38 Computers on campus
Alumnus 66:2, p.4
5/1/1981 Broad survey of computer uses and needs on campus; photo.
39 UNI faculty member Roger Hanson to outline plans for 'Iowa's Natural Heritage' book
Public Relations News Release 1980:270, p.1
12/12/1980 Professor Robert Hanson will give a short talk on the publication of the Iowa Academy of Science's book, "Iowa's Natural Heritage".
40 Physics
Old Gold 0:0, p.44
6/1/1979 Physics is concerned with motion, forces, energy, and properties of matter; general physics, modern physics, electronics, acoustics and optics, nuclear physics, and solid state physics plays an important role in Laboratory activity; photo.
41 Science session opens Thurs.
Northern Iowan 71:49, p.5
4/15/1975 Faculty and students will participate in IAS program.
42 Alternative studies--self-motivation
Northern Iowan 70:18, p.1
11/13/1973 Professor Amend talks extensively about the Individual Studies Program and about the courses offered.
43 Hanson to lead Europe delegation
Northern Iowan 68:52, p.1
5/5/1972 Will lead educators on trip to Europe and Soviet Union.
44 Perception symposium
Northern Iowan 68:35, p.8
2/25/1972 Professors Behrens, Chadney, and Hanson will discuss perception.
45 $5000 grant awarded to UNI for science department equipment
Public Relations News Release 1969:595, p.1
5/11/1970 The Atomic Energy Comission has awarded the physics and earth science department $5000. A matching amount from UNI will go toward equipment used for instructional purposes in nuclear science.
46 College of Natural Sciences
McCollum--Clifford G. (Science Faculty; CNS Dean)
Alumnus 55:2, p.6
5/1/1970 Brief history of organization of college; aims, objectives, opportunities, challenges; photo.
47 St. Olaf prof to lecture at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1969:494, p.1
4/10/1970 Dr. Rossing, from Saint Olaf College, will serve as a visiting lecturer at UNI. He will visit to stimulate interest in physics.
48 Two profs receive $10,000 grant for physics research
Public Relations News Release 1969:377, p.1
3/3/1970 Dr. Sin-Tao Hsue and Dr. Hsiao Hua Hsu have been awarded a $10,475 grant to conduct a research program in nuclear physics.
49 Creates new departments; Board of Regents
Northern Iowan 65:50, p.8
4/15/1969 Business and Business Education divided; Philosophy and Religion established; department heads named.

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