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1 Poli Sci works to elect women
Dausener--Josh (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 115:18, p.02
10/25/2018 The 9th annual Women in Politics Scholarship Benefit award three scholarships and hosted keynote speakers Nancy Powell and Governor Kim Reynolds.
2 Iowa Supreme Court Chief Justice to visit UNI
Public Relations News Release 2014:134, p.1
11/25/2014 Chief Justice Mark Cady of the Iowa Supreme court will be at UNI December 4, in Sabin Hall, Room 002. He will present a lecture about policy making, the event is free and open to the public.
3 The problem with America today is that some of us have lost our sense of patriotism.
Sandberg--Colin Aaron (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 109:21, p.5
11/6/2012 American patriotism is an attitude about the country; recognizing the opportunity for success.
4 UNI to host political discussions
Public Relations News Release 2011:194, p.1
2/22/2012 UNI will be hosting Iowa Public Radio's show "River to River" which will be the opener to the Iowa Association of Political Scientist Conference.
5 'Election 2010: What did it Mean?' to be held at UNI
Public Relations News Release 2010:129, p.1
11/4/2010 The Department of Political Science will host a forum discussing "Election 2010: What did it Mean?" in the Schindler Education Center Room 246.
6 Former UNI professor recognized by Grassley on My Teacher, My Hero
Public Relations News Release 2009:71, p.1
9/22/2009 Former professor Erma Plaehn who was recognized by Grassley, joined the laboratory school faculty in 1936 as supervisor of social sciences. In 1945, she joined the collegiate faculty as an assistant professor of social sciences.
7 "Race in the Obama Era" examines racism after historic election
Aunspach--Chase Steven (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 106:5, p.2
9/15/2009 News Talk is designed to promote reading and discussion of the news. A four member panel, representing community members and University staffers, answered questions; photo.
8 UNI will host political science conference
Public Relations News Release 2008:33, p.1
8/29/2008 The 11th Annual Great Plains Political Science Association Conference to be held on Saturday. The association was created in 1997 to promote the study of political science and public affairs. It is interested in supporting academic study of these topics.
9 Getting an education in politics-Washington-style
Public Relations News Release 1996:344, p.1
4/8/1997 Political Sciene students get a taste of Washington at the Center of Presidency's Student Symposium.
10 One Germany now a reality---overcoming new obstacles
Public Relations News Release 1989:459, p.1
3/7/1990 Professor Francis Winter discusses the economic future of a newly reunited Germany after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
11 Why do students feel disconnected from the political process? Blame parents.
Public Relations News Release 1989:339, p.1
1/10/1990 Professor Stephen Rose serves on a study advisory commission, surveying teachers who report their students' lack of knowledge of the political process.
12 How much influence do states have over their economic successes?
Public Relations News Release 1988:11, p.1
8/29/1988 Study shows that the "winners" in the economic development game are the states that receive help from the federal government.
13 Biggest prize of '88 campaign? Democrats choose 'super delegates' today
Public Relations News Release 1987:369, p.1
4/14/1988 Professor Robert Ross discusses Jesse Jackson's chance of being selected as a Democratic super delegate.
14 New York primary today: A surprise for Jackson, last gasp for Gore?
Public Relations News Release 1987:369, p.1
4/14/1988 Professor Robert Ross determines that the New York primary may be Senator Al Gore's last chance for the election, but the state's high level of voter diversity makes the conclusion difficult to predict.
15 Historian, author, former Kennedy aide Schlesinger at Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1987:330, p.1
3/28/1988 Former assistant to President Kennedy and Pulitzer Prize winning author, Arthur Schlesinger, speaks on the Kennedy legacy and his feelings on the Reagan administration.
16 Price Lab students play role of diplomats in Arab-Israeli conflict via computer
Public Relations News Release 1987:327, p.1
3/24/1988 High school students participate in a diplomatic computer simulation of the Arab-Israeli conflict, where they play as Ronald Reagan, Secretary of State George Shultz, Secretary of Defense Frank Carlucci, and Assistant Secretary of State Richard Murphy.
17 Collapse of Iowa winners Gephardt, Dole to raise opposition to caucuses?
Public Relations News Release 1987:305, p.1
3/10/1988 Professor Robert Ross discusses the impact of the dropping out of caucus winners Dick Gephardt and Bob Dole from the presidential election.
18 How deep should journalists dig to get "dirt" on candidates?
Public Relations News Release 1987:305, p.1
3/10/1988 Professor Bill Kunerth visits to discuss the limitations of journalism when researching presidential candidates.
19 Paul Simon: Going with a whimper or a bang in today's Illinois primary?
Public Relations News Release 1987:305, p.1
3/10/1988 Professor Robert Ross predicts the fate of Senator Paul Simon in the Illinois primary, where he will have to face off with Jesse Jackson and Michael Dukakis.
20 Second test of 1988 presidential candidates tonight in New Hampshire
Public Relations News Release 1987:258, p.1
2/8/1988 Professor Robert Ross analyzes the presidential candidates' chances of success in the New Hampshire Primary.
21 New Poll: Iowa college students favor Dole, Gephardt in '88 campaign
Public Relations News Release 1987:251, p.1
2/4/1988 Professor Robert Ross analyzes a poll of one-thousand students, which indicates that students favor Bob Dole over all Democratic candidates but Dick Gephardt.
22 Branstad Budget non-controversial: Hoping to rebound from tough 1987?
Public Relations News Release 1987:227, p.1
1/21/1988 Professor Dennis Grady analyzes Governor Terry Branstad's 1988 budget proposal.
23 First lecture of Northern Iowa's Political Science Lecture Series, Nov. 19
Public Relations News Release 1987:135, p.1
11/13/1987 Professor Dhirendra Vajpeyi conducts the first presentation of the Political Science Lecture Series in Sabin Hall. Vajpeyi speaks on the role of Islam in shaping the political systems of India.
24 Visiting scholar at the University of Northern Iowa to speak on China's attempts to modernize, Monday (Nov. 9)
Public Relations News Release 1987:126, p.1
11/6/1987 The Administrative College of India's Professor Aqueil Ahmad lectures on the modernization of China in McCollum Science Hall. Ahmad's lecture is sponsored by the International Studies Office.
25 Radio News Network Broadcast Briefs
Public Relations News Release 1987:111, p.1
10/29/1987 Robert Clark explains the importance of cafes in small town economies. Robert Ross speaks on how the poor economy affects the presidential election. Paul Tenney expresses concern over adolescent hearing loss. Vince Faherty looks at poverty in Iowa.
26 Stanley Foundation head to analyze foreign policy, U. S. - Soviet relations Tuesday at Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1987:68, p.1
10/6/1987 Jack Smith, director of the Stanley Foundation, appears at Maucker Union to speak on the citizen participation in foreign policy decision making. Smith held the position of chairman of the committee of Arms Control and Disarmament Organizations.
27 Expert Harold Hyman to link Declaration of Independence with Constitution in UNI Becker Memorial Lecture Wednesday (Sept. 23)
Public Relations News Release 1987:37, p.1
9/15/1987 The Northern Iowa Historical Association, Phi Alpha Theta, Marshall Beard Memorial, and Department of History host a presentation by Professor Harold Hyman on the connections between the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.
28 Radio News Network Broadcast Briefs
Public Relations News Release 1987:16, p.1
8/27/1987 Robert Ross doubts Gary Hart's election in the 1988 presidential campaign. Ivan Eland gives advice to parents on ensuring their children's safety. Ken McCormick suggests a possibility of an economic recession in 1990. Nixon Wilson searches for deer ticks.
29 Radio News Network Broadcast Briefs
Public Relations News Release 1987:432, p.1
7/16/1987 Robert Ross and Michael Sonnleitner examine Iran-Contra hearings. Ken McCormick and Dennis Grady discuss Iowa's gambling scene. James Albrecht criticizes the merit teacher-pay plan. Wayne Anderson lists his six favorite state parks.
30 Radio News Network Broadcast Briefs
Public Relations News Release 1987:419, p.1
7/1/1987 Robert Ross compares Nancy Reagan with preview first ladies. Robert Clark lists his favorite Iowa vacation spots. Larry Hensley discusses Iowa's position in fortieth place in physical education. James Walters discusses Iowan glacier movement.
31 Changing U. S. intergovernmental relations is next George C. Robinson lecture at UNI Monday (May 4)
Public Relations News Release 1987:349, p.1
4/29/1987 Professor Richard Kearney of the University of South Carolina speaks for the George C. Robinson Lecture in Local Government. Kearny presented on urban policies, distribution of authority, financial relationships, and cooperative mechanisms.
32 Nominations open for UNI's Public Policy Institute
Public Relations News Release 1987:312, p.1
4/8/1987 High school sophomores and juniors begin submitting for the Public Policy Institute, directed by Professor Charles Moore. Students must be nominated by their high school principal, and pay a one-hundred dollar registration fee.
33 Senior counselor from Soviet mission to the U. N. to speak at UNI for Model U. N. Friday (April 10); more than 750 high school students to attend
Public Relations News Release 1987:302, p.1
4/6/1987 Almost eight-hundred high school students across the Midwest participated in the model United Nations. Participants were addressed by Senior Counselor Igor Khalevinskiy of the Soviet Union. Professor Richard Newell served as adviser to the model U. N.
34 Register's Gannon to speak at UNI Wednesday (April 1) on role of print media in public affairs
Public Relations News Release 1987:290, p.1
3/30/1987 The Department of Political Science sponsors a presentation on the role of print media in public affairs by James Gannon in Maucker Union.
35 'Security issues on Indian subcontinent' topic for UNI speech April 3
Public Relations News Release 1987:281, p.1
3/26/1987 Professor Chandrasekhara Rao visits the Education Center to discuss problems of he Indian subcontinent and the Persian Gulf. Rao is a professor of political and social science, and recipient of the Fulbright Fellowship.
36 Political reporter to discuss 'Politics and the Press' Thursday (Feb. 12) at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1987:210, p.1
2/9/1987 David Yepsen of the Des Moines Register appeared in Maucker Union to discuss the media's relationship with politics. The event was sponsored by the Political Science Club.
37 UNI political science department sponsors annual spring break 'Week in Washington'
Public Relations News Release 1987:202, p.1
2/4/1987 Professor Allen Hays lead a tour of Washington, where students met with members of congress, committee staff members, and top administrators. Transportation was organized by the Department of Political Science.
38 UNI offering two-week tour to U. S. S. R. departing May 19
Public Relations News Release 1986:175, p.1
1/19/1987 The Department of Political Science sponsored a trip lead by Professor Nathaniel Richmond across Soviet Russia and Georgia. Students visited Red Square, Lenin's tomb, and former Stalingrad.
39 Soviet view of American political system is topic of UNI panel Wednesday (Nov. 5)
Public Relations News Release 1987:83, p.1
10/29/1986 University professors were joined to discuss the variety of relationships shared between the Soviet Union and the U.S. since 1917. The lecture series was presented by the Historical Association and Phi Alpha Theta, and held in Maucker Union.
40 UNI names new dean for College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Public Relations News Release 1986:476, p.1
7/11/1986 Dr. John J. Deegan is appointed dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences for the 1986 fall semester. Includes information on his qualifications for the position, as well as his work on environmental and social issues.
41 Culver to appear on UNI political science series Tuesday October 28
Public Relations News Release 1980:168, p.1
10/24/1980 Senator John Culver will speak at the UNI political science series.
42 Cooper Evans to speak Thursday October 7 at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1980:105, p.1
10/1/1980 The Republican candidate for the U.S. Representative from the Third District, Cooper Evans, will speak to political science classes and meet informally with students in the hemisphere lounge.
43 Political Science Conference to be Held at UNI April 23
Public Relations News Release 1971:561, p.1
4/22/1971 15 high school political science teachers will attend the 21st annual meeting of the Iowa Conference of Political Scientists on April 23rd at the Holiday Inn in Cedar Falls.
44 Dr. Howard to attend foreign policy conference
Public Relations News Release 1960:529, p.1
7/24/1961 Professor Donald Howard of the department of social science attends a foreign policy briefing on Berlin in Washington, D. C. Also attending the conference will be President Kennedy, Dean Rusk, Allen Dulles, and Edward R. Murrow.
45 Far East authority to speak at SCI
Public Relations News Release 1960:519, p.1
7/18/1961 The University of Wisconsin's Professor Robert J. Miller delivers a speech in the auditorium of Sabin Hall on Communist China and the Soviet Union's role in Central Asia.
46 Noted historian to speak at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:387, p.1
5/4/1961 Professor John Bowle of the College of Europe is to speak on "Politics in the Nuclear Age" at the All-College Lectures on World Affairs. Bowle's address is open to the public and will be conducted in Sabin Hall.
47 Newton students attend conference on neutrality
Public Relations News Release 1960:357, p.1
4/19/1961 Twenty-one students of a world problems course attend the All-College Conference on International Affairs, where they hear speeches from five diplomats to the United Nations.
48 All-College Conference begins Sunday
Public Relations News Release 1960:343, p.1
4/13/1961 Diplomats to the United Nations from Russia, Tunisia, Nigeria, Jordan, and the United States speak at the All-College Conference on International Affairs. Professor George Poage is charged with managing late-breaking developments for the conference.
49 Tunisian speaker announced for ACCIA
Public Relations News Release 1960:333, p.1
4/7/1961 Brahim Hayder, Secretary of the Tunisian Embassy, will represent Tunisia at the Iowa State Teachers All College Conference general session held in the auditorium. Other speakers include United Nations representatives from Russia and Jordan.
50 Former Hungarian cites peril of "peaceful coexistence"
Public Relations News Release 1960:242, p.1
2/28/1961 Professor Nicholas Nyaradi speaks with students and faculty on his time as a negotiator with Soviet diplomatic leaders for Hungary following World War II in a college convocation.

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