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Miller--Lee (Foundation director)

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1 University of Northern Iowa internationally-renowned math scholar recipient of first Donald McKay faculty research award.
Public Relations News Release 1989:647, p.1
5/14/1990 Hyo C. Myung internationally known and respected in professional mathematics and physics circles for his original research on the field of Lie-admissible algebras, has been named recipient of the first Donald N. McKay Faculty Research Award.
2 Long-term employees to be recognized at University of Northern Iowa April 21
Public Relations News Release 1989:538, p.1
4/9/1990 Twenty-four university retirees are honored at the annual Recognition Breakfast in the Commons. Those honored have spent at least ten years of service to the University. Tickets are made available through the Controller's Office.
3 UNI-Dome debt 'paid-in-full'
Public Relations News Release 1987:80, p.1
10/28/1986 Debts accumulated by the construction of the UNI-Dome were repayed due to the work of the Foundation's Board of Directors, as well as donations by Professor Neva Radell and Inez Radell.
4 Verna Kennedy retires after 45 years in UNI Controller's Office
Public Relations News Release 1986:469, p.1
7/2/1986 She says "What I'll miss are the people I've worked with through the years, as well as the University community. This has been a wonderful place to work;" there was a reception held in her honor; only one other person has worked at UNI longer.
5 UNI-Dome, once a dream, now a reality which lives up to its name
Public Relations News Release 1986:219, p.1
1/24/1986 The need for more capacity for sporting events and concerts motivated University officials to pursue the building of a multi-purpose facility.
6 Alumni Association
Old Gold 0:0, p.114
6/1/1982 Alumni Association is made up of alumni devoted to the University; photo.
7 UNI School of Business begins fund-raising drive
Public Relations News Release 1981:148, p.1
11/6/1981 Iowa businesses are being invited to luncheons to learn about the newly created Management Development Facility in Seerley Hall. The needed equipment will cost $50,000. The facility is designed to be self supporting.
8 UNI foundation board of directors, governors elect new members
Public Relations News Release 1980:550, p.1
4/30/1981 The Board of Directors for the UNI Foundation Board elected a new president and re-elected two members.
9 Final schedule announced for 'political awareness program' at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1980:110, p.1
10/2/1980 The final three-day schedule has been announced for 'Political Awareness Program'. The program is sponsored by the Social Department of the Lab School.
10 Bavarian program for UNI museum Sunday October 5
Public Relations News Release 1980:103, p.1
10/1/1980 A slide show of the forested mountains of Bavaria Germany will be on display at the UNI museum.
11 Radell sisters entrance to UNI-Dome officially opened
Public Relations News Release 1980:98, p.1
9/26/1980 The fourth entrance to the UNI-Dome will be named after Neva Henrietta Radell and Inez Eleanor Radell for their $150,000 donation.
12 Sigma Tau Gamma Sponsors Migrations
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6/1/1959 Sigma Tau Gamma, along with their sisters Pi Theta Pi sponsored trips to Mankato and Augustana to support the Teachers College Panthers football team; during Homecoming, they took part in the Inter-Fraternity serenade competition and built a float; photo.
13 Sig Taus purchase new jackets
Old Gold 0:0, p.258
6/1/1958 Blue and white jackets separated members from others on campus. Pledging practices also changed this year; photo.
14 Sigma Tau Gamma
Old Gold 0:0, p.258
6/1/1956 Sigma Tau Gamma promotes lasting friendships and true brotherhood. Activities of Sigma Tau Gamma include Homecoming dinner, Christmas party, White Rose dinner-dance and spring party for graduating seniors; photo.
15 Special lighting effects will be used to carry out an "Over the Rainbow" theme for Friday night's, May 18, annual spring formal at the college
Public Relations News Release 1950:365, p.1
5/16/1951 Bill Meardon and his band will provide the music. The same band played for the Christmas formal here this winter. Dance Committee Chairman Jim Young said "So In Love" will be sung for the first time at the dance by Bob Pierce.

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