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Holmes--Gloria Kirkland (Education Faculty)

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1 12th annual Read-In comes to UNI
Hines--Blair (Student--2018)
Northern Iowan 114:39, p.02
2/22/2018 The African American Read-In event exposes children and adults to African-American authors and illustrators who are not often talked about in literature. The article talks about the importance of the event and how every year it reaches more and more people; photo.
2 UNI Media Opportunity: UNI to host Zulu and Collier for African-American Read-in
Public Relations News Release 2014:181, p.1
2/16/2015 The ninth annual African-American Read-In is on February 19, in Rod Library and Maucker Union Ballrooms A, B and C.
3 UNI to help girls become shining stars
Public Relations News Release 2011:298, p.1
4/25/2012 Camp is open to girsl from the Waterloo and Cedar Falls area. Motivational speakers will encourage girls to plan for their future. The girls will learn skills in dance, theatre, music, languages, and poetry.
4 Annual African-American Read-In to feature celebrity readers, storyteller.
Public Relations News Release 2010:233, p.1
2/24/2011 The event focuses on sharing African-American books by African-American authors and illustrators.
5 Panther Portraits
Bardsley--Laura Lee (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 105:37, p.2
2/20/2009 Scenes from the African American Read-In and the Graduate Faculty Brown Bag Lecture Series; photo.
6 Fire safety how-tos
Public Relations News Release 2002:341, p.1
2/24/2003 Safety tips in case of a fire will be offered.
7 UNI to celebrate American Education Week
Public Relations News Release 2002:204, p.1
11/15/2002 "Making Public Schools Great For Every Child" will be the theme for American Education Week, November 17-23.
8 Kill the germs, keep the kids
Public Relations News Release 2001:485, p.1
5/13/2002 Gloria Kirkland-Holmes has found a connection between those children who have good hand-washing techniques and also reduced absenteeism.
9 Dr. Gloria Kirkland Holmes
Campus News Network 11:13, p.5
1/23/2001 Gloria Kirkland Holmes has published a teaching unit on the internet.
10 Rap and reading
Public Relations News Release 2000:195, p.3
1/8/2001 Rap music is being used to help children learn to read.
11 Gloria Holmes
Campus News Network 11:9, p.Insert 2
11/20/2000 Gloria Holmes presented at schools for American Education Week.
12 Gloria Holmes
Campus News Network 11:9, p.Insert 2
11/20/2000 Gloria Holmes is doing a children's radio show on KBBG.
13 Gloria Holmes
Campus News Network 11:9, p.Insert 2
11/20/2000 Gloria Holmes had an article in the Waterloo Courier.
14 Rap can have positive effect on children's learning
Public Relations News Release 2000:288, p.1
11/1/2000 Gloria Kirkland Holmes comments on how rap, used in a positive way, creates the rhythmic patterns or beats that help children learn and retain knowledge.
15 Dr. Gloria Holmes
Campus News Network 11:6, p.Insert 1
10/9/2000 Gloria Holmes published a book entitled "Read Rap".
16 Dr. Gloria Holmes
Campus News Network 11:6, p.Insert 2
10/9/2000 Gloria Holmes completed education service for the Waterloo district.
17 Gloria Kirkland-Holmes and Kathryn Guzman
Campus News Network 10:21, p.Insert 1
7/3/2000 Gloria Kirkland-Holmes and Kathryn Guzman presented at the 5th Annual Iowa African-American Women's Conference.
18 Gloria Kirkland Holmes
Campus News Network 10:17, p.Insert 2
4/17/2000 Gloria Kirkland Holmes and Kathryn Guzman presented paper at the 5th Annual Iowa African-American Women's Conference in Waterloo.
19 University of Northern Iowa to offer credit workshop on "African-American Children & Families" Nov. 6 & 13
Public Relations News Release 1999:114, p.1
11/2/1999 Professor Gloria Kirkland Holmes will teach a workshop on strengthening school performance and life goals of African-American families.
20 Using rap to teach reading
Public Relations News Release 1998:146, p.1
11/12/1998 UNI professor of curriculum and instruction Gloria Kirkland-Holmes discusses using rap music to teach reading to young children.
21 Used in a positive way, rap can have a very positive effect on children's learning
Public Relations News Release 1998:109, p.1
10/26/1998 Rap music can be used to help students having trouble with other academic subjects.
22 UNI's Price Lab School traveling bears come home
Public Relations News Release 1997:321, p.1
4/23/1998 Students in Gloria Kirkland-Holmes's kindergarten class send a number of teddy bears around the world every year.
23 Story title
Public Relations News Release 1997:154, p.1
12/12/1997 Gloria Kirkland Holmes introduces a "traveling bears" project at Price Laboratory Schools to teach geography and other social studies skills.
24 Good hand washing, personal hygiene techniques important at young age
Public Relations News Release 1997:25, p.1
9/10/1997 Gloria Kirkland Holmes recognizes the benefits of teaching children good personal hygiene techniques.
25 Many children are "home alone" in latch-key homes
Public Relations News Release 1996:84, p.1
10/21/1996 Gloria Kirkland-Holmes talks about "latch-key" children. The lack of before and after school care in some communities, combined with what some parents see as unaffordable care, contributes to increasing numbers of children in this role.
26 Convenience vs. Quality
Public Relations News Release 1995:271, p.1
3/25/1996 Curriculum should be the deciding factor when choosing a preschool or nursery school program.
27 Convenience should not override other factors in choosing a preschool for children, says University of Northern Iowa early childhood educator.
Public Relations News Release 1995:246, p.1
3/11/1996 The curriculum is the place to start in choosing a preschool for your child, according to UNI professor.
28 University of Northern Iowa, Hawkeye to offer 'Family Literature and Literacy Workshop'.
Public Relations News Release 1993:267, p.1
12/15/1993 UNI and HCC will co-sponsor workshop dealing with literature and literacy.
29 Media Advisory
Public Relations News Release 1993:169, p.1
11/4/1993 Price Laboratory School students will be sending off their traveling bears from the Cedar Falls Post Office November 5. Each bear has a backpack with a travel diary for notes from those who keep it moving from location to location.
30 Tips for what to look for in a preschool offered by University of Northern Iowa Early Childhood educator
Public Relations News Release 1991:353, p.1
2/3/1992 Gloria Kirkland-Holmes shares important items to consider when choosing a preschool.
31 Northern Iowa faculty on cutting edge of elementary education projects
Northern Iowa Today 18:1, p.2
3/1/1990 Outline of several special projects on campus.
32 Helping at risk children through Project PEACE
Public Relations News Release 1989:329, p.1
1/4/1990 Professor Gloria Kirkland Holmes develops the Parent Education and Child Enrichment program. The program was created to halt developmental problems in young children that may hinder their performance in school at a later age.
33 Project MATCH helps to raise self-esteem
Northern Iowan 86:22, p.17
11/17/1989 Professor Kirkland-Holmes talks about the project.
34 Project MATCH helps Waterloo elementary students.
Public Relations News Release 1989:236, p.1
11/10/1989 Twenty-six black male students participate in self-esteem building activities, and are paired with adult male role models for education and fun outside of school.
35 Waterloo elementary students gain skills, self-esteem in cultural enrichment program, created by University of Northern Iowa regents' center.
Public Relations News Release 1989:236, p.1
11/10/1989 The Cultural Enrichment Program, otherwise known as Project MATCH underway at Roosevelt Elementary school in Waterloo already has changed the attitudes of 26 boys.
36 Why are most black males failing by the third grade?
Public Relations News Release 1989:217, p.1
11/6/1989 Gloria Kirkland-Holmes, is working with 26 black males at Roosevelt Elementary School in Waterloo. She says the program, called Models and Teachers Can Help provides students with a role model, special tutoring, and activities to build self-confidence.
37 Northern Iowa to offer seven education courses at Price Laboratory School.
Public Relations News Release 1988:414, p.1
5/3/1988 Price Laboratory School will be the site of seven graduate and undergraduate education courses offered this summer by the University of Northern Iowa.
38 Four-year-olds could be in Iowa public schools by 1990
Public Relations News Release 1987:205, p.1
1/13/1988 Professor Gloria Holmes speaks on the Board of Education's plans to integrate four-year-olds to public school curriculum.
39 Forensics team takes second
Reeder--Nancy
Northern Iowan 81:40, p.9
3/5/1985 A look at recent competition and winners; photo.
40 Conference to be held
Northern Iowan 80:8, p.4
9/23/1983 Conference on black families will include UNI faculty.
41 NBCDI opens chapter
Sundberg--Anne M. (Class of 1982)
Northern Iowan 79:22, p.7
11/19/1982 National Black Child Development Institute group organizes.
42 Lab School studies election process; meets candidates
Meyer--Pauline
Northern Iowan 79:15, p.4
10/26/1982 Gloria Kirkland talks about the PLS program.
43 Justice, equality for al students, parents
Alumnus 65:2, p.22
5/1/1980 Profile of Professor Gloria Kirkland; photo.

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