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Quirk--Charles E. (History Faculty)

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51 Racial relations central to urban stability
Bantz--B. J.
Northern Iowan 78:21, p.4
11/17/1981 Panel discusses urban history and future.
52 Urban violence, social policy topic of panel at UNI, November 10
Public Relations News Release 1981:133, p.1
11/2/1981 Charles Quirk, Murray Austin, Allen Hays, and Jeffrey Brown will discuss "The Unheavenly City Revisited" during a free panel discussion.
53 Religion lecture
Northern Iowan 77:13, p.12
10/14/1980 Professor Quirk will speak on the United Presbyterian Church.
54 Date, location changed for UNI history lecture
Public Relations News Release 1980:120, p.1
10/7/1980 The date and location have been changed for Professor Charles Quirk's speech on "The United Presbyterian Church and Race, 1960-1980: An exercise in 'Presentist', Instant, Radica, Participant-Observer History".
55 UNI history series to open September 18 with annual Becker lecture
Public Relations News Release 1980:51, p.1
8/29/1980 Phi Alpha Theta will host guest speaker Chester G. Starr to start the Carl L. Becker Memorial Lecture Series.
56 Department of History
Old Gold 0:0, p.15
6/1/1979 History Department teaches students American, Asian, European, and Latin American History; photo.
57 New courses
Northern Iowan 75:30, p.7
1/26/1979 Professor Nodarse will teach "How to learn a foreign language"; Professor Quirk will teach "Perspectives on Urban Life".
58 Faculty votes on union agent; results of decertification vote expected today
Vorman--Julie A. (Class of 1979)
Northern Iowan 75:28, p.1
1/19/1979 UF needs to receive 50% of the vote.
59 76% of needed signed
Northern Iowan 75:23, p.1
11/21/1978 AFT has gathered 130 signatures in support of decertification of UF; need total of 170.
60 Quirk: 'faculty need the support . . . from participation in a union'
Northern Iowan 75:20, p.8
11/10/1978 Profile of Professor Quirk; viewpoints on faculty-administration relations and the benefits of AFT representation; photo.
61 American Federation of Teachers vs. United Faculty
Northern Iowan 75:18, p.1
11/3/1978 Spokesmen for AFT and UF state their positions.
62 Faculty, union leaders give bargaining views
Northern Iowan 75:18, p.3
11/3/1978 Offer opinions on de-certification action.
63 Merger talks ended; AFT, UF at "impasse", faculty unions remain separate
Northern Iowan 75:14, p.12
10/17/1978 Four meetings over last two weeks do not lead to agreement.
64 Prof speaks out on Quirk case and publish or perish
Sunseri--Alvin Raymond (History Faculty)
Northern Iowan 74:55, p.2
5/2/1978 Feels that the grievance filed by Dr. Charles Quirk is a matter that should concern UNI students and faculty; believes that university may well be recognizing that research is more important than teaching.
65 The effect of the Quirk case
Northern Iowan 74:54, p.13
4/28/1978 AFT will hold panel discussion.
66 Quirk denied promotion in important Regent decision
Northern Iowan 74:45, p.1
3/21/1978 Regents debate and split on issue, 5-2.
67 Teacher vs. publishing
Northern Iowan 74:45, p.2
3/21/1978 Feels the Board of Regents should moderate their requirements for promotions.
68 Regents hearing called for promotional grievance
Northern Iowan 74:39, p.7
2/17/1978 Professor Quirk continues his appeal of denial of promotion.
69 Regents handle routine business
Northern Iowan 74:32, p.7
1/24/1978 Regents approve Men's Gym roofing project; will review Professor Quirk's promotion grievance.
70 Class examines urban problems and aspects
Northern Iowan 74:23, p.2
11/18/1977 Brief description of "Perspectives on Urban Life".
71 New general ed still under study
Northern Iowan 74:23, p.3
11/18/1977 Refers proposal to committee for discussion with department heads and impact study.
72 Senate votes general ed to new committee
Northern Iowan 74:17, p.1
10/28/1977 Will send proposal to new study committee; School of Music and Department of Art register objections..
73 Press allowed in bargaining sessions; but see little substantive action
Moravec--Jeff (Class of 1977)
Northern Iowan 73:43, p.1
3/4/1977 UF and Regents spar over issues; photo.
74 Support for Quirk
Northern Iowan 73:40, p.2
2/22/1977 Believes denial of full professorship on grounds of insufficient scholarship was wrong; Quirk is an excellent teacher and is involved in many extracurricular activities; he should have been promoted to full professor.
75 Faculty Senate has busy meeting
Northern Iowan 73:33, p.6
1/28/1977 Considering fate of evaluation of administration in light of collective bargaining.
76 Cities: dynamic, growing; course offered on urban life
Northern Iowan 73:21, p.8
11/12/1976 Murray Austin and Chuck Quirk will teach the new course "Perspectives on Urban Life."
77 Why we support UNI/AFT
Northern Iowan 73:21, p.10
11/12/1976 Professors offer their opinions.
78 Faculty Senate calls it quits
Northern Iowan 72:37, p.1
2/13/1976 Faculty Senate frustrated with administration; votes to cease all activities, including committee work, until it receives direction from the faculty.
79 Urban life
Piro--John D. (Class of 1975)
Northern Iowan 72:21, p.3
11/11/1975 A new course entitled "Perspectives on Urban Life" will be offered at UNI; Professor Quirk talks about it.
80 Historical lecture
Northern Iowan 69:27, p.12
1/9/1973 Professor Quirk will speak on historiography of religion in America.
81 Seven Iowans Attend UNI Urban Dynamics Institute
Public Relations News Release 1971:684, p.1
6/21/1971 The institute runs from June 14 to August 6 and will be stationed at the UNI-CUE.
82 Urban Dynamics offered in summer
Northern Iowan 67:41, p.1
3/23/1971 Will sponsor cluster of interdisciplinary graduate courses.
83 Urban Dynamics Institute to be Offered at UNI This Summer
Public Relations News Release 1971:471, p.1
3/18/1971 "Urban Dynamics Institute" wil be taught on an interdisciplinary basis involving the behavioral sciences and education and will enable grad students the opportunity to earn eight credit hours.
84 Urban Dynamics Institute to be Offered at UNI This Summer
Public Relations News Release 1971:472, p.1
3/18/1971 "Urban Dynamics Institute" wil be taught on an interdisciplinary basis involving the behavioral sciences and education and will enable grad students the opportunity to earn eight credit hours.
85 Different drummer
Northern Iowan 67:13, p.5
10/30/1970 Outlines selection procedures; answers elitism charge.
86 Deadline Nears for U.S. Grants for Overseas Study
Public Relations News Release 1970:53, p.1
9/29/1970 U.S. government grants for grad study or research or for study and professional training the creative and perfroming arts abroad in 1971-72 is nearing its close.
87 Urban Education Workshop Scheduled at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1969:682, p.1
7/9/1970 The workshop has been designed to explore methods in human relations and urban education as it affects minority group children and youth. It is limited to 25 members and participants can earn 2 hours of credit.
88 UNI to Offer Extension Class at Mason City
Public Relations News Release 1969:246, p.1
1/13/1970 Extension course in American History at Mason City during the spring semester.
89 Discuss institutional racism, demands; forum
Northern Iowan 66:23, p.1
11/25/1969 Faculty, administrators, students express views.
90 Faculty will study minority problems
Northern Iowan 66:23, p.1
11/25/1969 Interim report due December 1.
91 Introduce concept of cluster college
Northern Iowan 66:20, p.6
11/14/1969 Professor Quirk explains concept which includes innovation, flexibility, and greater student involvement.
92 Administration reply to black demands
Northern Iowan 66:19, p.1
11/11/1969 Dean Lang outlines reactions.
93 Plan to implement pass/fail gen ed
Northern Iowan 66:15, p.1
10/28/1969 Will take broader focus than just physical education.
94 Lauds minority group committee
Johnson--Robert Harold (Classes of 1970 and 1976)
Northern Iowan 66:9, p.2
10/7/1969 Believes COURIMGE had done good job.
95 Minority group committee tells of recruiting needs
Northern Iowan 66:9, p.1
10/7/1969 Outline of current recruiting efforts.
96 UNI-CUE: the wayward child
UNI Quarterly 1:1, p.24
10/1/1969 History of UNI-CUE; programs and current activities; photo.
97 Honors program revised; approval sought
Northern Iowan 66:1, p.4
9/9/1969 Revisions involve changes in selection of participants and in program of study.
98 Honors program revision planned
Northern Iowan 65:64, p.1
7/11/1969 Description of the proposed program.
99 EPC studies program for minority students
Northern Iowan 65:39, p.12
2/25/1969 Consider program under which students would receive no formal grades for first two years.
100 Profs give opinions of election at teach-in
Northern Iowan 65:19, p.5
11/12/1968 Professors Quirk, Fox, and Eiklor offer views.


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