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Martin--James G. (Provost)

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151 Appropriation reversion results in hiring freeze and budget cuts
Long--Karen
Northern Iowan 77:2, p.1
9/5/1980 A 3.6% reduction in the state budget causes an imposed hiring freeze and the reversion of funds from various supply and service budgets; photo.
152 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.
153 Regents approve UNI standards, procedures policy
Public Relations News Release 1980:30, p.1
8/22/1980 The new "Principles, Standards and Procedures for faculty Appointments, Promotions and Tenure" was approved by the Board of regents.
154 UNI honors summer graduates
Public Relations News Release 1980:16, p.1
8/13/1980 Summer commencement was held with a graduating class of 305, including UNI's and United State's first Doctor of Industrial Technology degree. List of graduates.
155 Regents discuss UNI matters
Northern Iowan 76:59, p.1
6/27/1980 Board of Regents met to discuss university matters, including the resignation of four administrators, appointment of a new department head, and a pay plan for employees; defers Ed. D; receives tenure report.
156 College of Education dean steps down
Northern Iowan 76:49, p.1
4/15/1980 Dale Nitzschke has resigned as the Dean of the College of Education; photo.
157 Your future planned
Northern Iowan 76:49, p.8
4/15/1980 Members of the State Board of Regents will meet with UNI officials for a biennial planning seminar.
158 Get out of the mood for a lab experience?
Armstrong--Kathryn R. (Class of 1982)
Northern Iowan 76:43, p.1
3/14/1980 Proposed lab requirement for gen ed has been delayed for further discussion and research by the Faculty Senate.
159 Senate changes emeritus eligibility
Armstrong--Kathryn R. (Class of 1982)
Northern Iowan 76:39, p.3
2/29/1980 Retiring faculty may now be granted emeritus status regardless of age; title will be Professor Emeritus; Senate, department head, dean, provost, and president will approve.
160 Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology wants name change
Northern Iowan 76:27, p.5
1/18/1980 The Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology would like their name changed to the Department of Communicative Disorders.
161 Doctoral program
Northern Iowan 76:11, p.3
10/9/1979 UNI's proposed Doctor of Education was voted down at the Board of Regents meeting in June.
162 Student assessments of their instructors: required but not always accurate
Knickrehm--Kevin
Northern Iowan 76:6, p.14
9/21/1979 Some faculty feel student assessments do not always reflect a true picture.
163 Regents turn down UNI request for Ed. D. degree
Givens--Lila
Northern Iowan 75:59, p.1
6/29/1979 The Board of Regents denied UNI's request for a doctorate in education; reasons for denial; will be submitted again in the future.
164 Administration helps initiate change
Old Gold 0:0, p.8
6/1/1979 President Kamerick has helped bring new and modern facilities to university campus. Board of Regents set up standards for general admission requirements for the purpose of fees; photo.
165 Martin promises decision on Schokkenbroeck case
Cary--Mary
Northern Iowan 75:54, p.1
5/8/1979 Provost Martin will make a decision regarding the termination of Alegonda Schokkenbroeck.
166 Senate approves autonomy; school of business proposal
Rooff--Kay
Northern Iowan 75:51, p.12
4/27/1979 Faculty Senate approved a proposal regarding curricular autonomy for the School of Business.
167 Students continue efforts to retain professor; meet with V-P Martin today
Vorman--Julie A. (Class of 1979)
Northern Iowan 75:42, p.1
3/9/1979 Continue protest of termination of Professor Schokkenbroek.
168 Students protest firing of archaeology prof; demonstration at V-P Martin's office
Vorman--Julie A. (Class of 1979)
Northern Iowan 75:41, p.1
3/6/1979 Believe evaluation does not warrant termination.
169 Tharp notes tenure article inaccuracies
Tharp--George William (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 75:21, p.3
11/14/1978 Professor George W. Tharp corrects a recent article on his tenure denial that appeared in the Northern Iowan.
170 Tenure issue debated; Tharp questions Ph. D.
Knickrehm--Kevin
Northern Iowan 75:20, p.1
11/10/1978 Arbitration hearing on denial of tenure to Professor Tharp; Provost Martin and Professor Tharp express opinions on value of doctoral degree.
171 Faculty quota system at UNI? Administration says "no"; faculty hired by affirmative action guidelines
Peters--Bud
Northern Iowan 75:19, p.1
11/7/1978 Provost Martin and Gerald Bisbey talk about affirmative action policy as it applies to faculty hiring.
172 Collective bargaining: its history at UNI
Diehm--Curtis
Northern Iowan 75:18, p.1
11/3/1978 Brief history of events leading up to the collective bargaining vote.
173 After the vote: an analysis of the program; students, faculty, administrators give reactions
Vorman--Julie A. (Class of 1979)
Northern Iowan 75:13, p.3
10/13/1978 Concerns for low voter turnout and little change from previous program.
174 Evaluation complete; sent to Regents
Bowman--Julie
Northern Iowan 75:9, p.10
9/29/1978 Paul Rider speaks briefly about the evaluation of President Kamerick and Provost Martin; Senate takes no action on proposal to establish bookstore advisory committee.
175 V-P plans to keep low profile
Martin--James G. (Provost)
Northern Iowan 75:9, p.8
9/29/1978 Provost Martin does not take a position; believes general education is a faculty matter.
176 Faculty Senate defines role as advisor to all
Bowman--Julie
Northern Iowan 75:5, p.3
9/15/1978 Faculty express opinions on appropriate matters for the Senate to consider.
177 Kamerick denies job tenure to McDowell
Northern Iowan 74:57, p.1
6/9/1978 Accepts arbitrator's judgement.
178 Evaluations go to Regents only; also to Kamerick and Martin
Northern Iowan 74:55, p.1
5/2/1978
179 Major Inflation; a problem for education majors?
Vorman--Julie A. (Class of 1979)
Northern Iowan 74:55, p.6
5/2/1978 Detailed look at the difficulties faced by teacher education students as length of major courses of study grows.
180 Faculty to evaluate Kamerick, Martin
Milroy--Kevin
Northern Iowan 74:52, p.1
4/21/1978 Committee will administer the evaluation and tabulate the results; concern over motive behind evaluation.
181 Administrators say evaluation may have bargaining motives
Milroy--Kevin
Northern Iowan 74:50, p.3
4/14/1978 President Kamerick and Provost Martin state views on purpose of proposed evaluation of administrators.
182 First doctorate degree approved; Regents reverses committee recommendation
Milroy--Kevin
Northern Iowan 74:44, p.1
3/17/1978 Regents approve DIT; give $75,000 to new program
183 Doctorate program having troubles
Northern Iowan 74:39, p.1
2/17/1978 The proposal for a new doctorate program could cause debate at the next Board of Regents meeting; has received negative recommendation from committee.
184 Result of the faculty evaluations may be released to students
Northern Iowan 74:35, p.9
2/3/1978 Scott Beckman hopes to see the results of the faculty evaluations open to the student body.
185 Are they a flawed instrument?
Vorman--Julie A. (Class of 1979)
Northern Iowan 74:28, p.7
12/13/1977 Some believe that the forms are poorly printed and confusing.
186 Evaluations improve quality of teaching
Drenter--Kathy
Northern Iowan 74:28, p.6
12/13/1977 Students and faculty talk about the value of faculty evaluation.
187 Problems with form may affect data interpretation
Milroy--Kevin
Northern Iowan 74:28, p.6
12/13/1977 Most seem to believe that defects will have little effect.
188 Variety of input on assessments
Bowman--Julie
Northern Iowan 74:28, p.7
12/13/1977 Provost Martin talks about the development of the faculty evaluation form.
189 Few attend faculty meeting--stops action on mission
Milroy--Kevin
Northern Iowan 74:27, p.7
12/9/1977 Few attended faculty meeting to discuss the new mission statement; those who did tended not to like the proposal.
190 Research over teaching? Senate opposes change
Milroy--Kevin
Northern Iowan 74:25, p.6
12/2/1977 Faculty questions role of research in new mission statement.
191 UNI's higher enrollment creating serious problems
Milroy--Kevin
Northern Iowan 74:23, p.1
11/18/1977 UNI officials appeal to General Assembly for help with computing resources and to handle the rising numbers of business students.
192 New evaluations to help, says V. P. Martin
Arp--Marlene
Northern Iowan 74:22, p.1
11/15/1977 Provost Martin wrote first draft; will be used before the end of November.
193 Conf. set for Friday: UNI hosts Ed. Confab for first time
Northern Iowan 74:14, p.7
10/18/1977 Many faculty will participate in conference on educational effectiveness.
194 Martin comment on general education reported inaccurately
Rider--Paul Edward (Chemistry Faculty)
Northern Iowan 74:12, p.2
10/11/1977 Professor Rider states that Provost Martin says that his comments regarding support of general education were reported inaccurately.
195 UNISA meeting explains general ed proposal
Otterman--Peggy
Northern Iowan 74:10, p.1
10/4/1977 Professors Fox and Jensen and Provost Martin present their views on the program to students.
196 Yale librarian Rogers advances from days as Commons cashier
Alumnus 62:3, p.21
9/1/1977 Rutherford Rogers receives honorary degree; photo.
197 Negotiation team named for UNI
Northern Iowan 73:29, p.1
1/14/1977 Regents team will include Larry Pope, Provost Martin, Dean Morin, and Richard Douglas.
198 Enrollment could be highest ever
Milroy--Kevin
Northern Iowan 73:5, p.8
9/17/1976 Notes from the Faculty Senate meeting.
199 Cites salary inequity
Schwartz--Jane K. Sherwin (Modern Languages Faculty)
Northern Iowan 72:60, p.2
7/7/1976 Professor Schwartz discusses salary inequities at UNI using her own example.
200 Faculty tenures decrease
Northern Iowan 72:59, p.3
6/30/1976 65% of UNI faculty now tenured; slight decrease from earlier years.

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