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1 UNI recognized as military-friendly
Shilhanek--Ian (Student--2014)
Northern Iowan 111:12, p.2
10/9/2014 UNI has been selected as a military-friendly university by G.I. Jobs magazine for the fifth year.
2 National Playground Safety Week keeps kids safe
Public Relations News Release 2013:261, p.1
4/21/2014 The National Program for Playground Safety (NPPS), will celebrate National Playground Safety Week Playground
3 Local students travel the globe with UNI's Camp Adventure
Public Relations News Release 2009:118, p.1
10/13/2009 This summer more than 700 students participated in a program that offers an opportunity to travel around the world while providing summer recreation programs for dependent youth at U. S. military installations, and U. S. Embassies. Students listed.
4 ISTC grad accepted as officer candidate
Public Relations News Release 1960:67, p.1
10/10/1960 Katherine Louise Schleuger is accepted as an officer candidate of the United States Naval Reserve. She will attend an eight week program in the W. A. V. E. Officer Candidate School, followed by two years of active duty in the Navy.
5 Seven Staff members are scheduled to participate in a Career Day at Forest City, Wednesday, April 16
Public Relations News Release 1951:574, p.1
4/9/1952 They are Harold E. Bernhard, director of the bureau of religious activities; Donald F. Howard, assistant professor of history; Elisabeth Sutherland, head of the home economics department; Harry G. Guillaume, Ada McLeod, Leonard J. Keefe, and Henry Harris.
6 Four faculty members will participate in a career day at Sheldon Tuesday, April 8
Public Relations News Release 1952:462, p.1
3/31/1952 They are Oliver M. (Hon) Nordly, assistant professor of physical education for men and head basketball coach; Jack Burgner, instructor in art; Richard Arnold, instructor in speech, and William Latham, assistant professor of brass instruments.
7 William P. Happ and Perry H. Grier will participate in the Pocahontas County Career Day at Pocahontas Monday, April 7
Public Relations News Release 1952:489, p.1
3/27/1952 Happ was born in Evanston, Illinois and holds three academic degrees. He spent the years 1942-45 in the air force as a pilot. Grier was born in Hartwick, Iowa and holds two academic degrees. He spent three years in the navy.
8 Gordon J. Rhum, Henry Harris, and Gail E. Myers will participate in the Hancock County Career Day at Britt Monday, April 7
Public Relations News Release 1952:490, p.1
3/26/1952 Rhum was born in Wayland, Iowa, and he holds three academic degrees. Harris was born in Brooklyn, N. Y. He spent nearly two and a half years in the Navy. Myers, a native of Clark, S. D., holds two academic degrees. He spent three years in the Air Force.
9 Faculty members will participate in a Vocational Guidance conference at the Denison high school Thursday, April 3
Public Relations News Release 1952:503, p.1
3/22/1952 They are Gordon J. Rhum, assistant professor of education, Leonard J. Keefe, assistant professor of business education, and Karl M. Holvik, instructor in wood-wind instruments. Short biographies of each faculty member included.
10 The second music department faculty recital of the 1951-52 season will be held in the college auditorium, Sunday, October 21
Public Relations News Release 1951:78, p.1
10/15/1951 Pianist Henry Harris, assistant professor of piano, the featured pianist, joined the college faculty in 1941. He was absent from the campus for two and a half years during the war while serving in the Navy.
11 Tom Lamke, research specialist, will take a month's leave of absence in October to carry out an assignment from the Office of the Secretary of Defense
Public Relations News Release 1951:41, p.1
9/27/1951 As a research consultant for the Defense Office, Lamke will work with the United States Armed Forces institute in a study of civilian correspondence programs.
12 Al Schmahl, sports editor of the Iowa City Press-Citizen, will begin August 15 as director of sports information services
Public Relations News Release 1950:427, p.1
7/23/1951 Schmahl will replace Wayne Duke who resigned earlier this month to accept a similar position at the University of Colorado. The 25-year-old navy vetern was graduated from the Alford high school in 1943.
13 New President - Dr. James William Maucker
Public Relations News Release 1950:402, p.1
6/20/1951 Maucker became the college's fifth president in colorful inauguration ceremonies on September 15. He succeeded Malcolm Price who resigned after ten years in the presidency. Price has remained with the college as a professor of education.
14 Carl E. Frankson, chairman of the industrial arts department of State Teachers college, Neward, N. J. will be visiting professor this summer
Public Relations News Release 1950:380, p.1
5/25/1951 Frankson will be visiting the industrial arts department. His experience includes 15 years as a high school and college teacher and administrator. In addition he served in the U. S. Navy as an educational training officer.
15 A former Grundy Center resident and alumnus has been named 1950 "Navy Chaplain of the Year."
Public Relations News Release 1950:333, p.1
4/25/1951 He is Commander Robert M. Schwyhart, senior chaplain of the Pensacola, Florida Naval Air Station. His award was the first of the Alexander D. Goode chapter of B'nai B'rith. Schwyhart is a veteran of the Korean War.
16 1951 Spring Concert tour of the College Band
Public Relations News Release 1950:260, p.1
3/8/1951 The complete repertoire is printed on the program. Conductor David Kennedy said the band will play about 11 selections at morning and afternoon concerts and about 13 at evening concerts. Kennedy joined the music staff in September, 1948. Tours listed.
17 The Navy
Old Gold 0:0, p.208
6/1/1945 Brief description of the navy at the college; photo.
18 The Navy
Old Gold 0:0, p.210
6/1/1945 Brief description of the navy at the college; photo.
19 Former head wrestling coach ordered to report for sea duty
Public Relations News Release 1945:20, p.1
1/11/1945 Lt. David H. McCuskey will be detached from his duties as athletic director of the United States Naval training station in Olathe, Kansas.
20 Associate professor promoted to commander in the Navy
Public Relations News Release 1945:17, p.1
1/10/1945 Paul Bender is head of the physical fitness program at the Naval Training Center at Bainbridge, Md.
21 Bartlett Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.180
6/1/1944 Brief description of the dormitory; photo.
22 Teachers College in '44
Old Gold 0:0, p.225
6/1/1944 Summary of the school year; photo.
23 The Navy Waves
Old Gold 0:0, p.182
6/1/1944 Photo.
24 Women's Gymnasium
Old Gold 0:0, p.208
6/1/1944 Brief description of the building; photo.

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