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Lyon--Howard William (Chemistry Faculty)

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Title Date Summary
1 Man of science ministers to prisoners
Hines--Carmel J. Schoenfelder (Class of 1990)
Northern Iowa Today 90:1, p.12
1/1/2006 Profile of Jerry Nelsen, who is involved with prison ministry; photo.
2 Untitled
Campus News Network 7:19, p.4
5/27/1997 Kerri Eich and Howard Lyon at Habitat for Humanity house; photo.
3 Northern Iowa sources for this week's topics in the news are announced
Public Relations News Release 1991:616, p.1
5/4/1992 Topics this week include; Rodney King, Russian students graduating, spring cleaning dangers, and precycling.
4 Warning: Spring cleaning may be hazardous to your health.
Public Relations News Release 1991:610, p.1
5/4/1992 Howard Lyon warns that household cleaning agents, disinfectants and detergents can emit harmful fumes if mixed or damage the environment if disposed of improperly.
5 Chemical sessions to be held
Northern Iowan 86:38, p.5
2/16/1990 Sessions aimed at informing staff about safe use, storage, and disposal of chemicals.
6 'Slip-sliding away'- is there anything that will make the iceman goeth?
Public Relations News Release 1988:241, p.1
1/16/1989 Howard Lyon says there are chemicals that will melt snow and ice better than rock salt.
7 Pre-professional courses offered
Northern Iowan 85:14, p.1
10/14/1988 About one hundred UNI students are taking programs leading to enrollment in a professional curriculum at another school.
8 Radon not a problem at UNI
Lilledahl--Jeanne (Class of 1989)
Northern Iowan 85:10, p.4
9/30/1988 Professor Lyon talks about risks of exposure to radon.
9 It's colorless, odorless, and lives in the basement...radon.
Public Relations News Release 1988:63, p.1
9/26/1988 Studies indicate that one in four homes may have dangerous levels of radon gas have people concerned about the cancer causing substance. Howard Lyon says testing equipment is now sensitive enough to detect it.
10 Lyon lists what he learned
Lyon--Howard William (Chemistry Faculty)
Northern Iowan 84:53, p.3
4/15/1988 Professor Lyon responds to the letters addressed to him.
11 Editorial on gay rights is socially responsible
Story--Norman L. (Counseling Center Staff)
Northern Iowan 84:52, p.2
4/12/1988 Norman Story challenges some assumptions in an earlier letter.
12 Equal rights for homosexuals defended
Hardeman--Keith T. (Communication Studies Faculty)
Northern Iowan 84:52, p.3
4/12/1988 Challenges assertions of earlier letter.
13 Untitled
Northern Iowan 84:52, p.2
4/12/1988 Questions sensitivity of earlier writer.
14 Blue Jeans Day has no merit
Lyon--Howard William (Chemistry Faculty)
Northern Iowan 84:51, p.2
4/8/1988 Professor Lyon is critical of the premises behind Blue Jeans Day.
15 Administrators discuss possible nursing degree
Witt--Nancy (Student--1985-1988)
Northern Iowan 83:46, p.3
3/24/1987 Students have been able to complete basic science and general education courses at UNI; then they have gone to University of Iowa to complete degree.
16 Chemical demonstrations and instrumentation workshop at UNI March 28
Public Relations News Release 1987:242, p.1
2/26/1987 High school instructors attend an inservice program sponsored by the Department of Chemistry and the Office of Continuing Education. The program featured presentations by five faculty chemists.
17 Lyon: B.S.N. needed
Northern Iowan 79:43, p.8
3/25/1983 Professor Lyon talks about the need for nursing degree.
18 New UNI fire safety policy developed
Northern Iowan 79:42, p.3
3/11/1983 New policy deals with open flames, electrical appliances, and evacuation procedures.
19 More chemistry majors at UNI
Old Gold 0:0, p.35
6/1/1982 An increase in the number of chemistry majors is evident at UNI; photo
20 UNI receives $261,054 grant for biomedical sciences project
Public Relations News Release 1980:122, p.1
10/7/1980 A $261,054 grant will help fund a program to help encourage talented students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds to pursue biomedical science careers.
21 Chemistry
Old Gold 0:0, p.40
6/1/1979 Everything we come in contact with on a daily basis has a chemical makeup, and students in the Chemistry department study every facet of this; many Chemistry majors belong to the Student Chemistry Society; photo.
22 Involvement hit
Lyon--Howard William (Chemistry Faculty)
Northern Iowan 70:8, p.2
10/9/1973 Professor Lyon finds that most of his students are well-motivated, caring people.
23 Misleading drug information clarified
Northern Iowan 69:56, p.2
6/15/1973 Professor Lyon attempts to clear up recent articles about drugs.
24 Two profs will visit schools
College Eye 60:24, p.1
12/7/1965 Professors Lyon and Allegre will be part of the visiting scientists series.
25 Dozen profs bicycle to, from class while pupils chuckle, children stare
College Eye 59:11, p.7
11/30/1964 Professors tell about riding bikes to campus; photo.
26 Science in the early sixties at SCI
Alumnus 49:3, p.2
9/1/1964 Curriculum, programs, personnel, and opportunities in Department of Science; photo.
27 37 on faculty promoted; 17 to "full prof"
College Eye 50:34, p.1
6/26/1959 Roster of promotions.
28 Science Department Offers Closed Circuit TV Courses
Old Gold 0:0, p.111
6/1/1959 Closed circuit TV classes were offered for the second year; the Academic Year Institute was attempting to upgrade the quality of science and math courses; photo.
29 Science Tries Closed Circuit TV
Old Gold 0:0, p.111
6/1/1958 Description of the department and the various activities and events that the department took part in; photos.
30 Department of Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.53
6/1/1957 The Department of Science participated with Iowa State College and the State University of Iowa in the Lakeside Laboratory on Lake Okoboji; the National Science Foundation awarded a grant to Martin Lawrence Grant; photo.
31 Twenty eight new appointments to faculty
College Eye 48:1, p.3
9/14/1956 Very brief profiles of new faculty.

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