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Matala--Dorothy C. (Biology Faculty)

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1 Outdoor lab developed for SCI biology
College Eye 63:40, p.5
3/14/1967 Conservation Club is cleaning up the Matala Preserve.
2 Foundation accepts funds for memorial to Dorothy Matala
Alumnus 48:1, p.12
2/1/1963 May be used to purchase wildlife preserve.
3 SCI Foundation to purchase tract of land for biological project
College Eye 57:16, p.3
1/25/1963 Will purchase 75 acre tract along Snag Creek north of Cedar Falls for $6500; will use Matala memorial funds.
4 Dr. Matala biology memorial fund reaches $300 mark
College Eye 57:14, p.4
1/11/1963 Funds may be used to purchase wildlife preserve.
5 Final rites tomorrow for Professor Dorothy Matala
College Eye 57:13, p.10
12/14/1962 Died December 13, 1962; profile of her achievements; photo.
6 Cancer claims life of Dr. Dorothy Matala
Alumnus 47:4, p.10
12/1/1962 Died December 13, 1962; photo.
7 Dr. Matala honored by biology group
College Eye 57:2, p.1
9/21/1962 Honored for distinguished service.
8 Instructors versus automation
Nagle--David R. (Class of 1965; Member of Congress; Political Science Faculty)
College Eye 56:26, p.5
4/6/1962 Professors offer opinions on programmed instruction; photo.
9 SCI receives 2 grants for math and science institutes
College Eye 56:14, p.1
1/5/1962 NSF grants $125,000 for institutes.
10 Faculty committee planning general education program
College Eye 56:8, p.6
11/3/1961 Roster of committee members.
11 Promotions for faculty announced
College Eye 52:36, p.1
6/30/1961 Roster of those receiving promotions.
12 ISTC faculty promotions announced
Public Relations News Release 1960:472, p.1
6/23/1961 President J. W. Maucker announces faculty promotions after their approval by the board of Regents. Among those promoted are faculty from the departments of social science, education and psychology, mathematics, science, business education, and art.
13 ISTC receives $158,000 for summer institutes here
College Eye 52:18, p.5
2/10/1961 Receives NSF grant for earth science, biology, and mathematics institutes.
14 NSF grants $158,700 for ISTC math and science institutes
Public Relations News Release 1960:168, p.1
1/10/1961 The National Science Foundations supports the earth science, biology, and mathematics institutes. Professor Irvin Brune directs the mathematics institute, and Professor Dorothy Matal directs the two science institutes.
15 NSF $295,500 grant awarded to ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:117, p.1
11/10/1960 The National Science Foundation awards a grant of $295,500 to the Teachers College institute. Professor Robert Rogers directs the institute program. Other officials include Professors H. C. Trimble, Clifford McCollum, and Dorothy Matala.
16 Science Department Continues Academic Year Institute
Old Gold 0:0, p.105
6/1/1960 Under the sponsorship of the National Science Foundation, the science Department continued the Academic Year Institute and brought together fifty experienced teachers. The department also sponsored the Seventh Annual Science Fair and education programs for junior high math and science teachers.
17 Holidays also meant work for faculty
College Eye 51:14, p.5
1/8/1960 Faculty attended many meetings over the Christmas holidays.
18 J. C. conference in session
College Eye 51:9, p.1
11/13/1959 For math and science instructors.
19 43 attending NSF institute on campus
College Eye 50:35, p.4
7/10/1959 Receiving advanced training in science and mathematics.
20 Who's coaching whom this summer?
College Eye 50:35, p.1
7/10/1959 Father and son are both enrolled in special programs at ISTC; photo.
21 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.
22 Institute hosts two scientists
College Eye 49:35, p.3
6/27/1958 Joseph Kaplan and Lt. Colonel Simons will speak.
23 Closed Circuit TV
Old Gold 0:0, p.55
6/1/1958 A new feature on campus designed as an experiment to see if television could help increase college enrollment with increasing staff; photos.
24 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.
25 Science Institute slated at TC for '58 academic year
College Eye 49:33, p.4
5/23/1958 A look at the AYI program; result of $260,000 grant.
26 Class TV to begin Jan. 29; science by closed circuit tri-weekly
College Eye 49:16, p.1
1/17/1958 Professors Worley and Matala will present science education class; description of the course procedures; photo.
27 Closed circuit TV for TC; teaching by TC to begin in January
College Eye 49:8, p.1
11/1/1957 Professors Worley and Matala will teach science education class; Mr. Hake speaks at length about the facilities and the idea of closed circuit TV; photo.
28 Science Institute
Alumnus 41:3, p.6
9/1/1957 Fifty-four students spend nine weeks on campus.
29 Hold science institute to hike interest
Hoffmeier--Delmar Henry (Class of 1960)
College Eye 48:35, p.1
7/12/1957 Hope to increase interest in the sciences in high schools; photo.
30 Science teachers meet in summer institute
College Eye 48:33, p.3
6/28/1957 Fifty-four teachers now on campus.
31 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.
32 ISTC Science Institute this summer
Alumnus 41:1, p.9
2/1/1957 NSF grants $51,100 as stipends to participants in secondary science institute.
33 $51,100 grant for TC Science Institute
College Eye 48:13, p.1
1/11/1957 NSF grant to be used in summer institute; photo.
34 Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.103
6/1/1956 Brief description of the department; photo.
35 ISTC offering extension classes
College Eye 46:35, p.3
7/1/1955 In four Iowa cities.
36 Midwest science teachers convene here this week
College Eye 46:30, p.1
5/13/1955 Several ISTC faculty will participate in program.
37 Offer two courses in Clinton
Alumnus 39:2, p.5
5/1/1955 Will offer two short courses this summer.
38 Lantz represents Iowa at meeting
College Eye 46:5, p.8
10/8/1954 Professor C. W. Lantz will attend conservation education meeting.
39 Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.244
6/1/1954 Brief description of the department; photo.
40 Dr. Matala leads nature workshop
College Eye 45:32, p.9
5/28/1954 At ITCC.
41 Instructors teach extension classes
College Eye 45:25, p.7
4/2/1954 Eleven faculty are on extension duty.
42 Teachers enter extension field
College Eye 45:20, p.8
2/19/1954 Extension Service announces those who will be on assignment.
43 Biology teachers elect Matala vice president
College Eye 45:15, p.6
1/15/1954 Dorothy Matala elected second vice president of national biology teachers association.
44 Campers meet, elect delegate
College Eye 45:11, p.7
11/20/1953 Dorothy Matala will attend Iowa section meeting.
45 Dr. Matala entertains science department
College Eye 45:10, p.7
11/13/1953 Professor Matala will speak on Glacier National Park.
46 Hold sectional camp meet in Cedar Rapids
College Eye 45:10, p.3
11/13/1953 Several faculty and students will attend.
47 Faculty members attend meeting of ISEA today
College Eye 45:9, p.1
11/6/1953 Many will participate in the meeting program.
48 Students may gain college credits by attending laboratory or camp
College Eye 44:35, p.4
6/26/1953 To upgrade certification.
49 Teachers College instructors work for extension service workshops
College Eye 44:35, p.3
6/26/1953 Some students and faculty at Lakeside Laboratory and at ITCC.
50 Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.59
6/1/1953 The Department of Science conducts statewide conservation programs, as well as a summer conservation camp near Guthrie Center; photo.

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