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Olson--Dale Wilson (Physics Faculty)

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1 A chance encounter
Northern Iowa Today 96:3, p.29
10/1/2013 Bill and Teri Brecht met Professor Olson on campus; photo.
2 Students' sumo robots duke it out at UNI summer camp
Grimes--Cody Martin (Student--2012)
Northern Iowan 108:58, p.1
6/29/2012 Physics Department sponsors third robotics camp for students in grades 8-10. The one week camp focused on the construction and modification of mini sumo robots. Some campers came from Ohio and Minnesota to participate; photo.
3 Columbus High School students will visit UNI physics lab
Public Relations News Release 2008:216, p.1
11/13/2008 Dale Olson, professor of physics, will instruct the Waterloo high school physics students on what holograms are, how they are used, and how they are made. In promoting the visit, Columbus students said, "holograms are becoming more and more prevalent in o
4 Major fair is a major tool for students
Lantz--Kelly Briann (Student--2007)
Northern Iowan 105:15, p.2
10/21/2008 The Exploring Major Fair provides an opportunity for students to see what a department has to offer. Information can help in deciding majors, minors, or certificate programs.
5 UNI hosts mini-sumo robot competition, May 1
Public Relations News Release 2007:647, p.1
4/30/2008 The Hemisphere Lounge in Maucker Union will be the site of the third annual mini-sumo robot ship-in competition. List of competitors.
6 Robots battle it out sumo-style Competion can be viewed live over the Internet
Public Relations News Release 2005:0, p.1
4/25/2006 Student built mini robots will compete in a sumo-style competion; list of students provided.
7 Robots battle it out sumo-style at UNI
Public Relations News Release 2006:0, p.1
4/20/2006 Cedar Valley robotics students from elementary to graduate school will be demonstrating their robotics skills Thursday, April 26.
8 UNI students selected for research program
Public Relations News Release 2002:422, p.1
4/1/2003 Five students will participate in research program funded by Merck/AAAS Undergraduate Science Research Program.
9 Scientists bring light full swing
Public Relations News Release 2000:263, p.1
2/26/2001 Dale Olson will explain an experiment on slowing light to a stop.
10 Profile: Dale Olson
Campus News Network 5:11, p.3
2/13/1995 Profile of Professor Dale Olson; photo.
11 Summer fellowships announced
Campus News Network 4:12, p.1
2/14/1994 Summer fellowship award winners are announced.
12 Carver grants: the germination of applied scientific research
Campus News Network 3:21, p.1
7/26/1993 Seven faculty members have been conducting research under Carver grants.
13 University of Northern Iowa student receives NASA award
Public Relations News Release 1992:580, p.1
4/26/1993 UNI students named winners of NASA scholarships.
14 Faculty promotions and tenure granted to University of Northern Iowa faculty by Board of Regents
Public Relations News Release 1991:540, p.1
4/6/1992 UNI faculty promotions and tenure appointments announced.
15 UNI benefits from hologram program; holography was invented by Sir Isaac Newton
Northern Iowan 88:24, p.8
11/22/1991 Professor Olson talks about the history and uses of holography.
16 Two UNI students benefit NASA through summer research
Northern Iowan 88:23, p.8
11/19/1991 Joel Agee and James Anderson talk about their research; photo.
17 Two metro area physics majors at University of Northern Iowa benefit NASA through summer research projects
Public Relations News Release 1991:216, p.1
11/11/1991 Joel Agee and James Anderson, physics majors, used NASA funded grants to study vibrations of wire and measured microscopic roughness of a surface.
18 University of Northern Iowa sophomore from Cedar Falls works to benefit NASA through summer research project
Public Relations News Release 1991:213, p.1
11/11/1991 Joel Agee received a Summer Undergraduate Research Experience Grant from NASA. His study deals with surface erosion in outer space using holograms to aid in the determination.
19 University of Northern Iowa names recipients of prestigious presidential scholarships
Public Relations News Release 1990:282, p.1
1/7/1991 Presidential scholars named at UNI.
20 Research . . . undergrad scientists supported
Northern Iowan 84:38, p.12
2/16/1988 A lengthy look at research projects undertaken by undergraduate students.
21 Research--not just for grad students any more
Blake--Debra J. (Class of 1977; Public Relations Staff)
Nonpareil 71:4, p.2
9/1/1987 Detailed survey of students engaged in research as undergraduates; photo.
22 UNI to receive grant for study of electro-optics
Northern Iowan 83:62, p.3
6/26/1987 Dale Olson talks about the $19,598 NSF grant which will be used for holography, laser, and fiber optics equipment.
23 UNI receives National Science Grant for study of electro-optics
Public Relations News Release 1987:377, p.1
5/18/1987 The National Science Foundation grants nearly twenty-thousand dollars for research into electro-optics. Professor Dale Olson explains the role of electro and fiber optics in communication.
24 Dale Olson
Northern Iowa Today 15:2, p.3
3/1/1987 Presents paper on holographs.
25 Regents approve professional development leaves for 20 UNI faculty
Public Relations News Release 1986:203, p.1
1/15/1986 Leaves were approved for the 1986-1987 school year; six leaves are for the fall, eight for the spring and six for the entire year; list of those taking a leave.
26 Student compete in Physics Olympics
Old Gold 0:0, p.39
6/1/1982 Students from junior and senior high schools compete in various physics and science related events called Physics Olympics; photo.
27 UNI student involved with space lab name college student of the month
Public Relations News Release 1980:395, p.1
2/27/1981 Tim Ray was named Student of the Month by the College of Natural Sciences for his involvement in the Space Lab II.
28 UNI student forms 'Peace Studies Seminar'
Public Relations News Release 1980:321, p.1
1/19/1981 Student Rusty Martin organized a seminar on the causes and cures of international conflict. The seminar will have guest speakers on a wide variety of topics and students can receive a one hour credit.
29 Sci fi comes alive in physics
Alumnus 65:4, p.11
12/1/1980 Students use new holography equipment.
30 UNI physics labs resemble science fiction scene
Public Relations News Release 1980:80, p.1
9/19/1980 The Department of Physics labs receive new equipment to help study fiber optics.
31 Physics
Old Gold 0:0, p.44
6/1/1979 Physics is concerned with motion, forces, energy, and properties of matter; general physics, modern physics, electronics, acoustics and optics, nuclear physics, and solid state physics plays an important role in Laboratory activity; photo.
32 Campus active for Parents' Weekend, building dedication
UNI Century 7:1, p.3
1/1/1979 Activities include dedication of CAC; photo.
33 Regents approve faculty leaves
Northern Iowan 73:31, p.4
1/21/1977 List of faculty and their projects.
34 Why we support UNI/AFT
Northern Iowan 73:21, p.10
11/12/1976 Professors offer their opinions.
35 Collective bargaining: another view
Olson--Dale Wilson (Physics Faculty)
Northern Iowan 73:14, p.2
10/19/1976 Believes there are other points about collective bargaining that need to brought up for discussion.
36 Physics seminar tomorrow
Northern Iowan 71:23, p.8
11/19/1974 Professors Jensen and Olson will report on Argonne solar energy conference.
37 Three-ton electromagnet aids physics research
Northern Iowan 69:37, p.1
3/2/1973 Professor Olson describes his work on magnetism; photo.
38 A view of the activity survey
Olson--Dale Wilson (Physics Faculty)
Northern Iowan 68:32, p.2
2/15/1972 Professor Olson believes that the survey is indicative of a clock-punching mentality.
39 Thermodynamics Course Offered at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1971:773, p.1
8/18/1971 Tuesday and Thursday evening introductory course in thermodynamics will be offered in the fall at UNI.
40 UNI physics prof to present paper at national meeting
Public Relations News Release 1969:436, p.1
3/24/1970 Professor Dale Olson will present his paper at the American Physical Society in Dallas, Texas.

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