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Industrial Department

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1 UNI industrial tech students find jobs, high starting salaries
Public Relations News Release 1980:491, p.1
4/9/1981 UNI industrial technology and industry graduates from 1978, 1979, and 1980 show an employment rate of 97 percent with average salary being $1,500 to $1,800 a month.
2 Three foreign educators, two from Okinawa and one from Germany are visiting the campus under the government-sponsored occupied areas program
Public Relations News Release 1951:193, p.1
11/27/1951 Seisho Hokama and Buntaro Taira from Okinawa will remain on campus until Friday, Nov. 30. Alfred Schwemmler from Germany will leave Friday, December 7.
3 Eight summer students will be initiated into Epsilon Pi Tau, national honorary industrial arts fraternity on Saturday August 11
Public Relations News Release 1951:9, p.1
8/8/1951 Chief banquet speaker will be Carl E. Frankson, chairman of the industrial arts department of Neward, N. J. and one of the few holders of the fraternity's Laureate Citation.
4 Form for the second annual School Public Relations workshop
Public Relations News Release 1950:414, p.1
7/6/1951 The four-day workshop began Sunday (July 8) and ends Wednesday noon. There are 70 public school administrators and 50 state leaders of business, industrial, civic and professional organizations gathered to discuss school problems.
5 Fifty-two teachers from 29 Iowa counties have packed the first three-week session of the second annual Iowa Teachers Conservation camp at Springbrook
Public Relations News Release 1950:400, p.1
6/20/1951 Springbrook State park near Guthrie Center was the sight of last Monday's opening day devoted to the study of the geological forces around the park's lake, said Camp Director G. W. Mouser.
6 Helping a school in distress is the new role of the college industrial arts mobile unit
Public Relations News Release 1950:286, p.1
4/2/1951 Andrew Patton, Gladbrook graduate, and Larence Wright, instructor in industrial arts at the college and director of the mobile unit, will be in charge of an accelerated study unit.
7 Woodcock receives high fraternity honor
Public Relations News Release 1950:206, p.1
2/9/1951 The national office of Epsilon Pi Tau, honorary industrial arts and vocational education fraternity, has announced the awarding of the Laureate Citation to Bert L. Woodcock, assistant professor of safety education, of the Fraternity's Iowa Pi chapter.
8 Recognizing, respecting and guiding the abilities of others are the most essential marks of a leader, said Dr. Earl W. Anderson
Public Relations News Release 1950:192, p.1
1/27/1951 Anderson said, "A leader doesn't necessarily know the answers, but he must know how to get the answers." Anderson, professor of education at Ohio State University, is chairman of the National Education association's commission on teacher education.
9 Industrial Arts conference at ISTC Saturday
Public Relations News Release 1950:187, p.1
1/23/1951 Industrial arts at three levels--elementary, secondary and graduate--will be the topics for some 75 teachers and administrators expected to attend a one-day conference. Earl W. Anderson, Ohio State University, will lead the graduate level panel.
10 Head of Industrial Arts at ISTC receives Doctor's degree
Public Relations News Release 1950:166, p.1
1/2/1951 Harold G. Palmer has received the degree of doctor of philosophy at Ohio State University during the holidays. Palmer, an associate professor, joined the staff in 1924 and became department head in 1948.
11 TC Personnel of Program of Des Moines Convention
Public Relations News Release 1950:96, p.1
10/30/1950 George H. Holmes will lead a panel to open the Iowa Industrial Arts meeting. Theme of the panel is "Public Relations in Industrial Arts Education." Participants include G. W. Daivis, Ralph C. Norris, Maude M. Friman, and others are listed.
12 TC Personnel of Program of Des Moines Convention
Public Relations News Release 1950:98, p.1
10/30/1950 On exhibit both days in front of the Fort Des Moines hotel will be the industrial arts mobile art unit of Teachers college. A feature of the two-day meeting is a talk and demonstration of silver forging and spinning by Prof. M. L. Byrn.f
13 Over 200 attend TC Conference
Public Relations News Release 1950:80, p.1
10/21/1950 The one-day conference was on "Today's Elementary School." The group heard Olga Adams of the University of Chicago's elementary schools speak on "Learning Experiences for Today's Child."
14 Many of the old students have not seen
Normal Eyte 1:7, p.49
2/23/1892 Describes improved equipment and facilities of the industrial department under the supervision of Professor Page in the basement of Old Gilchrist Hall; notes that many women students take part in the industrial course.

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