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Kamerick--John Joseph (President of UNI)

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101 Birthday Party!
Radius--Deb
Northern Iowan 78:3, p.5
9/4/1981 UNI will celebrate 105th birthday.
102 UNI celebrates birthday
Public Relations News Release 1981:30, p.1
9/1/1981 In celebration of UNI's founding there will be musical performances, a talk by President Kamerick, and activities organized by the University Student Alumni.
103 UNI President's meetings with students
Public Relations News Release 1981:30, p.1
9/1/1981 For the third consecutive year, President Kamerick will meet with students in closed sessions to discuss their concerns.
104 UNI to celebrate Founders Day on Sept. 10
Public Relations News Release 1981:29, p.1
9/1/1981 A celebration of the 105th anniversary of the founding of UNI will include musical performances, activities, a talk by President Kamerick; the University Student Alumni members planned the event and will lead a few of the activities.
105 Untitled
Alumnus 66:3, p.22
9/1/1981 T. Wayne Davis receives award for service with UNI Foundation; photo.
106 Board of Regents makes new appointments
Northern Iowan 78:1, p.7
8/28/1981 John Downey appointed dean of Graduate College; Robert Krajewski will head Department of School Administration and Personnel.
107 UNI's "Meet the Pres"
Northern Iowan 78:1, p.7
8/28/1981 Students may make informal appointments with President Kamerick.
108 UNI President to continue weekly meetings with students
Public Relations News Release 1981:15, p.1
8/20/1981 Information about scheduling appointments for the informal meetings with President Kamerick given.
109 Fall hours begin Monday (Aug. 17), registration starts Thursday (Aug. 20)
Public Relations News Release 1981:11, p.1
8/14/1981 New fall hours and registration times/dates announced; new student activities described; open house for those interested in sororities; convocation date given
110 Social Work autonomy requested
Northern Iowan 77:58, p.2
6/26/1981 Ask Regents to create new department.
111 Budget cuts hurt intercollegiate athletics
UNI Century 9:3, p.3
6/1/1981 Compliance with Title IX and lack of funds lead to dropping of men's and women's gymnastics.
112 Editorial
Northern Iowan 77:56, p.3
5/15/1981 Believes that President Kamerick should recommend to the Board of Regents that ROTC not be established at UNI.
113 Institutional racism protested
Long--Karen
Northern Iowan 77:56, p.1
5/15/1981 African-American faculty and staff express views on racism at UNI; photo.
114 President's Council cuts gymnastics programs
Larson--Laurie
Northern Iowan 77:56, p.1
5/15/1981 Both men's and women's programs will be dropped.
115 UNI President accepts arbitrator's decision
Public Relations News Release 1980:596, p.1
5/14/1981 UNI President John J. Kamerick announced May 13 that he has accepted an arbitrator's opinion that a UNI faculty member be given tenure. UNI standards require a terminal degree, normally the doctorate, for tenure.
116 Fox memorial sit in Union proposed
Public Relations News Release 1980:585, p.1
5/12/1981 Plans to honor Josef W. Fox, professor of philosophy and humanities at UNI, with an appropriate memorial in the Maucker Union on campus have been proposed by the President's Cabinet.
117 It's official: UNI to drop gymnastics teams
Public Relations News Release 1980:583, p.1
5/12/1981 UNI has voted to discontinue men's and women's intercollegiate gymnastics teams due to the funding crisis facing the University. The conclusion came at the end of the April 24 meeting.
118 State universities threatened
Tucker--Donna
Northern Iowan 77:55, p.1
5/12/1981 Campus administrators talk about budget shortfalls and difficulties.
119 UNI Commencement to feature Senator, student scholar May 23
Public Relations News Release 1980:581, p.1
5/11/1981 U.S. Senator Charles Grassely and Karla Lambert, a senior from Lancaster, Wisconsin will share the speaker's platform at the UNI 105th spring commencement exercises on May 23 in UNI-Dome. Miss Lambert will deliver the student address.
120 UNI votes "no" on historic NCAA issue
Alumnus 66:2, p.20
5/1/1981 Delegates vote against proposal to establish women's championships in Division I; photo.
121 Athletic proposal approved
Meek--Lori L. (Class of 1982)
Northern Iowan 77:51, p.1
4/28/1981 Council recommends eliminating men's and women's gymnastics; field hockey may be spared; baseball is spared.
122 former American hostage to speak at price laboratory school
Public Relations News Release 1980:548, p.1
4/28/1981 Native Iowan, Kathryn Koob, will speak about being held hostage in Iran.
123 Josef Fox library--to be or not to be?
Berkler--Leslie
Northern Iowan 77:51, p.1
4/28/1981 Campus officials offer opinions on the subject.
124 Council to discuss sports cuts today
Larson--Laurie
Northern Iowan 77:50, p.1
4/24/1981 Considering dropping men's and women's gymnastics, field hockey, and baseball; working against background of Title IX complaint.
125 UNI to receive its largest gift ever from McElroy Trust
Public Relations News Release 1980:412, p.1
3/9/1981 A $350,710 trust donation from R. J. McElroy will go towards the instructional broadcasting program in the Department of Speech. This is the largest donation to UNI.
126 UNI's Kamerick addresses legislative committee on capital requests
Public Relations News Release 1980:405, p.1
3/4/1981 President Kamerick talked to the Iowa Legislature about much needed repairs of Russell Hall and funds needed for UNI's electrical plant.
127 Kamerick proposes biennial budget additions
Borchardt--Cindy
Northern Iowan 77:38, p.1
3/3/1981 President Kamerick asks for supplements for School of Business faculty, instructional improvement, computing, and graduate assistant salaries.
128 Visions of the future
Alumnus 66:1, p.10
2/1/1981 Scenes from 1980 Homecoming and reunion; photo.
129 UNI school of music continues accreditation
Public Relations News Release 1980:323, p.1
1/20/1981 The National Association of Schools of Music has given full accreditation to all courses and majors in the UNI School of Music.
130 National group elects Kamerick
UNI Century 9:1, p.2
1/1/1981 Elected chairman-elect of American Association of State Colleges and Universities.
131 Tragic Cambodian refugee story; an uncertain future
Sampson--Kathryn Ann (Class of 1982)
Northern Iowan 77:25, p.3
12/9/1980 Robert Richards talks about the refugees' situation.
132 Grievance committee finds good progress in Title IX
Alumnus 65:4, p.9
12/1/1980 Students file discrimination charges; committee submits findings which cite good faith efforts to President Kamerick; committee cites needs for improvements in scholarships and coaching.
133 Alumni meet with Regents
Northern Iowan 77:23, p.6
11/25/1980 Will tell alumni about critical problems.
134 Kamerick elected chair
Northern Iowan 77:23, p.5
11/25/1980 Elected chair-elect of AASCU.
135 Tree lighting ceremony, holiday activities announced
Public Relations News Release 1980:236, p.1
11/21/1980 UNI announces the holiday festivities started by the lighting of the tree by President John J. Kamerick.
136 UNI Kamerick chairman for national group
Public Relations News Release 1980:226, p.1
11/19/1980 UNI President John J. Kamerick was elected chairman-elect for the American Association of State Colleges and Universities.
137 Business school divides
Northern Iowan 77:21, p.1
11/18/1980 Interinstitutional Committee will consider division of School of Business; would help to meet accreditation standards.
138 UNI request referred to interinstitutional committee
Public Relations News Release 1980:213, p.1
11/13/1980 The School of Business hope to change from one department to three departments with the Board of regents permission.
139 Hill barber shop owner honored
Rigby--Leigh
Northern Iowan 77:15, p.5
10/28/1980 Tree planted to honor Merle Anderson; photo.
140 UNI to shut down over Christmas
Babb--Kyle
Northern Iowan 77:13, p.4
10/14/1980 Seen as a move to conserve energy; will survey campus for essential services and operations.
141 Hooding ceremony honors doctoral degree student
UNI Century 8:4, p.1
10/1/1980 Ralph Long receives first DIT; photo.
142 UNI making preparations for temporary reduction in operations over Christmas holiday
Public Relations News Release 1980:104, p.1
10/1/1980 A reduction in working hours over Christmas break will help save cost to pay back the $1,135,000 owed to the state treasury.
143 Regents approve new major, negotiating team, other UNI business
Public Relations News Release 1980:78, p.1
9/19/1980 The Board of Regents approve the major in Therapeutic Recreation, and several other appointees.
144 UNI fall enrollment up over 6 percent
Public Relations News Release 1980:82, p.1
9/19/1980 UNI has largest enrollment yet with 11,020 students. An increase in the students form last academic year by 638.
145 A & I building named Latham Hall
Northern Iowan 77:3, p.3
9/9/1980 Arts and Industries Building will be named after institution's third president, O. R. Latham.
146 No money for Ed. D. this year
Alumnus 65:3, p.7
9/1/1980 Regents accept President Kamerick's recommendation to postpone action due to current financial situation.
147 Ten years toward diversity
Alumnus 65:3, p.3
9/1/1980 President Kamerick offers views of the first ten years of his presidency; photo.
148 Untitled
Alumnus 65:3, p.Front Cover
9/1/1980 President Kamerick; photo.
149 Kamerick resumes student meetings
Northern Iowan 77:1, p.3
8/29/1980 Students may schedule appointments to meet with President John Kamerick on Wednesdays throughout the semester.
150 New students welcomed at Freshman Convocation
Borchardt--Cindy
Northern Iowan 77:1, p.4
8/29/1980 UNI President, UNISA President, and RHA President speak to new students.

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