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Noack--Virgil C. (Sociology Faculty)

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1 UNI remembers Noack's dedication, leadership
Greene--Kylie (Classes of 2001 and 2005)
Northern Iowan 94:33, p.9
2/3/1998 Professor Virgil Noack will be fondly remembered by the UNI community.
2 UNI professor dies in university office
Northern Iowan 94:29, p.1
1/16/1998 Professor Virgil Noack suffered a heart attack and died in his Baker Hall office December 16, 1997.
3 Telecourses offered via IPTV, University of Northern Iowa.
Public Relations News Release 1994:164, p.1
11/23/1994 UNI to offer courses over IPTV.
4 University of Northern Iowa to offer telecourses for college credit during spring 1994 semester.
Public Relations News Release 1993:245, p.1
12/7/1993 UNI will offer five telecourses during spring semester.
5 Telecourses offer chance to expand education on Iowa Public Television
Northern Iowan 88:62, p.1
7/17/1992 Will offer seven courses this fall; description of courses.
6 Telecourses to be offered by the University of Northern Iowa on Iowa Public TV this fall
Public Relations News Release 1991:718, p.1
7/13/1992 Iowa Public TV will air 7 telecourses being offered by UNI this fall.
7 New position for Noack
Campus News Network 2:3, p.3
9/30/1991 Professor Noack is head of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology.
8 Six telecourses to provide long distance learning opportunities at Northern Iowa.
Public Relations News Release 1988:521, p.1
8/4/1988 Subjects covered in 1988 fall telecourses will be the human brain, health, teaching writing, English, humanities and sociology.
9 Five telecourses to provide long distance learning opportunities to Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1987:7, p.1
8/21/1987 Jim Bodensteiner speaks on the broadcasting of five telecourses on astronomy, psychology, sociology, and handicapped children on Iowa Public Television. Instructors include Professors Ralph Scott, Darrel Hoff, Jayne Gackenbach, and Virgil Noack.
10 Regents approve improvements
Bingham--Elizabeth (Class of 1915)
Northern Iowan 83:40, p.5
2/24/1987 Will renovate Redeker plaza; recommends funding for boiler; John Ketter will retire; Rollin Evers will resign; approve appointment of Lowell Norland; approve phased retirement for five faculty; approve PDLs; photo.
11 Off-campus learners can take advantage of UNI telecourse offerings
Public Relations News Release 1986:501, p.1
8/8/1986 Telecourses are offered through Office of Continuing Education. Eight courses were broadcast in thirty to sixty minute seminars over Iowa Public Television; covering philosophy, history, psychology, business, writing, sociology, and cultural studies.
12 Regents name new UNI department head, other business
Public Relations News Release 1986:463, p.1
6/19/1986 Ronald Chung was appointed the new head of the Department of Home Economics; suceeds Mary Franken, who resigned to focus on family and research interests; renovation contracts were also approved.
13 Student assessments evaluate teacher effectiveness
Northern Iowan 82:36, p.4
2/18/1986 Student assessments are given once a year for non-tenured professors and every five years for tenured professors.
14 Faculty passes 47-hour gen ed
Bingham--Elizabeth (Class of 1915)
Northern Iowan 82:33, p.1
2/7/1986 Proposal passes 157-67 after debate; photo.
15 UNI Home Economics Honorary Initiates New Members
Public Relations News Release 1985:77, p.1
10/11/1985 Eight UNI students who are majoring in home economics have been initiated into the Phi Upsilon Omicron; list of new members.
16 New department heads at UNI
Benning--Linda (Class of 1987)
Northern Iowan 82:6, p.6
9/20/1985 Profiles of Vince Faherty, Ron Bro, William Lew, Jim Burrow, and Virgil Noack; photo.
17 New, acting heads in five departments
Alumnus 70:2, p.7
7/1/1985 William Lew in Art; Vincent Faherty in Social Work; James Burrow in Information Management; Robley Wilson in English; and Virgil Noack in Home Economics.
18 Regents approve appointments
Northern Iowan 80:16, p.3
10/25/1983 Appoint acting heads of several departments; create coordinator of interior design position; receive several post-audit reports.
19 UNI students excavate at Yell City
Old Gold 0:0, p.48
6/1/1982 Students traveled to an abandoned mill town on the banks of Cedar River to search for more information about the early settlement; photo.
20 Sociology course offer
Northern Iowan 78:31, p.3
2/2/1982 Professor Noack will offer course at Allen Hospital.
21 Regents hear UNI tenure report, personnel actions
Northern Iowan 75:60, p.1
7/6/1979 54% of faculty tenured; 74% on tenure track; parietal rule for sophomores suspended for two years; Norris Durham named department head.
22 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.
23 Iowa sociologists
Northern Iowan 67:51, p.12
5/7/1971 Professor Noack elected president of state association.
24 Sociologists Elect Prof, Student From UNI
Public Relations News Release 1971:609, p.1
5/7/1971 Prof. Noack and Allan Nimmer were elected to posts in the Iowa Sociological Society.
25 Simulation games used at workshop
Northern Iowan 66:62, p.8
7/10/1970 Aimed at teachers of public administration.
26 UNI Public Adminstration Workshop to Open in Spirit Lake
Public Relations News Release 1969:677, p.1
7/6/1970 Simulation games for the classroom will be utilized in the workshop, which is to be held in Spirit Lake from July 20 to August 7.
27 UNI Public Administration Workshop Opens in Atlantic
Public Relations News Release 1969:663, p.1
6/23/1970 Faculty members from various discplines are conducting the workshop.
28 Three UNI profs scheduled to conduct workships in three Iowa communities
Public Relations News Release 1969:552, p.1
4/30/1970 Professors Ross, Alberts, and Noack will host workships in Decorah, Atlantic, and Spirit Lake. Sponored in part by the UNI Department of Political Science and the Extension Service.
29 Beta Beta Beta Visits Indiana University
Old Gold 0:0, p.186
6/1/1959 Beta Beta Beta aims at recognition of scholarship and encouragement of leadership in biological sciences; their main activities were their field trips, including the trip to the American Institute of Biological Science at Indiana University; photo.
30 Pi Gamma Mu Discusses Use of Social Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.187
6/1/1959 Pi Gamma Mu is a National Social Science Honor Organization; they have discussions at their regular meetings on the future of the Republican party, the uses of social sciences in meeting current race problems, and the benefits of foreign travel; photo.

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