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Remington--Thomas Joseph (English Faculty)

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1 Tom Remington: a brave heart passes
Northern Iowan 96:12, p.6
10/8/1999 Tribute to Professor Remington by alumnus and former student Jean Jespersen Bartholomew.
2 Thomas Remington remembered as poetic professor
Griffin--Michael Lloyd (Student--2000)
Northern Iowan 96:7, p.10
9/21/1999 Brief biographical profile and tribute to Professor Remington.
3 Former UNI English professor dies
Northern Iowan 96:5, p.2
9/14/1999 Thomas J. Remington, former UNI English professor, died September 4, 1999, of cancer.
4 Professor comments on his criminal mischief arrest
Remington--Thomas Joseph (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 93:9, p.10
10/1/1996 Thomas J. Remington comments on the need for monitored crosswalks on 23rd Street.
5 Professor arrested
Northern Iowan 93:8, p.1
9/27/1996 Thomas J. Remington was arrested and charged with fourth degree criminal mischief for allegedly hitting a car with his briefcase.
6 West Side Story weekend planned for alumni and friends of University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1991:415, p.1
2/20/1992 Alumni and friends of UNI are invited to a "West Side Story Weekend". Activities include tickets to the play, dinner, and a reception plus mini-educational sessions.
7 Sioux City's Jerry Mathers turns 40 today ¿ 'Beaver' Huxtable?
Public Relations News Release 1988:452, p.1
5/30/1988 Thomas Remington to reflect on the social significance his "Leave It To Beaver" show had for its era. Remington explains why he believes there is a close parallel between the late '50s, and today's favorite family comedy, "The Cosby Show."
8 Radio News Network Broadcast Briefs
Public Relations News Release 1987:173, p.1
12/10/1987 Clemens Bartollas relates toy guns to violence in children. Senator Gary Hart speaks on Democratic challenges of the Nineties. Tom Remington speaks on the purchase of term papers. Al Pelham speaks on an increased popularity of catalog shopping.
9 General education evaluation outlined
Remington--Thomas Joseph (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 83:19, p.3
10/31/1986 Feels that the new general education proposal is unacceptable.
10 Fault found with general education program; faculty, students encouraged to act
Hawley--Michael C.
Northern Iowan 83:18, p.3
10/28/1986 Supports a recent letter criticizing UNI's new general education program; cites lack of attention to other cultures.
11 Letter called 'too long'
Nicholas--Randal R.
Northern Iowan 83:18, p.3
10/28/1986 Criticized Professor Thomas Remington's letter for being too long and hard to read.
12 Inclusion of religions course criticized
Remington--Thomas Joseph (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 83:17, p.4
10/24/1986 Professor Remington believes that the addition of a new course was not properly handled.
13 Electives proposal spurs controversy
Bingham--Elizabeth (Class of 1915)
Northern Iowan 83:11, p.1
10/3/1986 Faculty are divided in opinion on recent action that dropped a required 18 hours of electives.
14 M. Phil needs revisions
Bingham--Elizabeth (Class of 1915)
Northern Iowan 82:39, p.5
2/28/1986 Professor Jim Chadney feels the Master of Philosophy degree might not have enough marketability.
15 Foreign language competency proposed
Bingham--Elizabeth (Class of 1915)
Northern Iowan 82:35, p.4
2/14/1986 Text of proposal taken to Faculty Senate; debate follows; will work on proposal and re-submit.
16 Curriculum Committee makes graduate changes
Northern Iowan 82:19, p.4
11/8/1985 CHFA Committee makes changes in credit and required admission standing.
17 Curris mounts a white horse
Remington--Thomas Joseph (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 81:43, p.3
3/15/1985 Professor Remington is critical of President Curris' recent actions regarding the appointment of Sue Follon.
18 Curris meets in closed session: Affirmative action procedures discussed
Northern Iowan 81:41, p.1
3/8/1985 Faculty Senate considers appointment procedure for Sue Follon; re-affirms that procedure should be followed by everyone
19 Wants suggestions for avoiding information gap
Remington--Thomas Joseph (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 80:27, p.4
12/9/1983 Remington offers more clarification of the ROTC issues in UNISA.
20 Differing views about student input on ROTC host status: 1
Baty--Jackson N. (Journalism Faculty)
Northern Iowan 80:25, p.2
12/2/1983 Baty agrees with the letter written by Thomas Remington in a previous issue regarding ROTC.
21 Differing views about student input on ROTC host status: 2
Northern Iowan 80:25, p.2
12/2/1983 Fletcher feels students had no input concerning ROTC host status proposal.
22 Startled by student's remarks
Remington--Thomas Joseph (English Faculty)
Northern Iowan 80:24, p.2
11/22/1983 Chairperson of the UNI Faculty Senate explains how people were notified of ROTC proposal.
23 Faculty Senate discusses issues
Northern Iowan 80:17, p.6
10/28/1983 Retirement of Fred Lott announced; Faculty Senate chair will handle emeritus requests; hear reports on instructional development and experiential learning.
24 Leander Brown resigns as Culture House advisor
Northern Iowan 80:6, p.5
9/16/1983 Paul Rider reports on EOP status.
25 Senate votes for demolition
Bramblette--Denis M. (Classes of 1984 and 1985)
Northern Iowan 79:45, p.3
4/1/1983 Faculty Senate votes to allow razing of Old Administration proceed, despite request of Department of Earth Science to use the building; also consider potential difficulties in presidential search.
26 Faculty refer petition to committee
Riedesel--Miles E. (Class of 1983)
Northern Iowan 79:40, p.3
3/4/1983 Ask committee to report on Old Administration Building; establish committee to produce evaluation form for top administrators.
27 Senate selects searchers
Riedesel--Miles E. (Class of 1983)
Northern Iowan 79:36, p.4
2/18/1983 Faculty Senate names faculty members of presidential search committee; adopts academic ethics statement.
28 Board clarifies faculty search procedures
Zalog--J. C.
Northern Iowan 79:31, p.1
2/1/1983 Faculty meet with S. J. Brownlee; Regents release procedural steps.
29 English serves as background
Old Gold 0:0, p.29
6/1/1982 A good English program prepares students in a variety of careers and provides an excellent background; photo.
30 Final EOP performance evaluation completed
Schares--Allen Thomas (Class of 1979; Broadcasting
Northern Iowan 78:53, p.1
4/30/1982 Evaluation team working on report; should be reported to Faculty Senate in May; Tom Remington elected Senate chair; Fred Hallberg is vice chair; establish graduate student grievance procedures; establish deadlines for grades to be turned in.
31 Immediate evaluation of EOP
Norris--Georgia (Classes of 1982--1993--and 1999)
Northern Iowan 78:30, p.1
1/29/1982 Faculty Senate committee recommends immediate evaluation of all EOP programs.
32 EOP evaluation hearing set
Northern Iowan 78:25, p.4
12/8/1981 Committee will seek ideas for evaluation.
33 Senate appoints EOP study committee
Northern Iowan 78:24, p.1
12/4/1981 Committee will investigate what procedures are appropriate to evaluate EOP.
34 Senate throws out demonstration policy
Northern Iowan 78:24, p.4
12/4/1981 Believes policy may duplicate Regents policy.
35 Controversy surrounds ROTC vote
Northern Iowan 77:52, p.1
5/1/1981 Faculty Senate votes 11-9 to establish ROTC unit.
36 Criticizes Remington's conduct
Northern Iowan 77:52, p.3
5/1/1981 Students find fault with Senator Tom Remington's behavior at the Faculty Senate meeting concerning ROTC.
37 Council clarifies grad hours
Northern Iowan 77:15, p.5
10/28/1980 Graduate Council considers what should constitute a full course load for graduate students.
38 Profs comment on handbook
Northern Iowan 76:20, p.9
11/16/1979 The faculty interviewed believe the CATE handbook would not be an effective instrument.
39 English Language and Literature
Old Gold 0:0, p.32
6/1/1979 English Language & Literature includes areas of study in Linguistics, Teaching English as a Foreign Language, American Studies & Journalism.
40 Einstein series
Northern Iowan 75:39, p.9
2/27/1979 Symposium will honor Einstein centennial.
41 Prominent sci-fi writers here
Northern Iowan 74:56, p.16
5/5/1978 National meeting will be held at UNI; Professor Remington will direct it.
42 Special spring sessions
Northern Iowan 73:49, p.2
4/5/1977 Professors Remington, HiDuke, and Lounsberry will present lectures at the Women's Center.
43 Vonnegut film scheduled Tues.
Moravec--Jeff (Class of 1977)
Northern Iowan 73:45, p.3
3/22/1977 Schedule of activities during Vonnegut visit.
44 Fiction and future topic of colloquia
Northern Iowan 73:38, p.4
2/15/1977 Professor Remington will open Future Studies discussion.
45 Professor published in sf journal
Northern Iowan 73:34, p.5
2/1/1977 Professor Remington publishes an article on Ursula LeGuin.
46 Remington speak. . .
Northern Iowan 73:19, p.11
11/5/1976 Thomas J. Remington participated on a panel on the "Universes of Gordon R. Dickson".
47 Prof. Published
Northern Iowan 73:18, p.8
11/2/1976 Thomas J. Remington has had an article published that reviews collections of science fiction stories.
48 Science fiction
Northern Iowan 73:4, p.4
9/14/1976 Professor Thomas J. Remington spoke about science fiction in the modern literary scene at the Midwest Science Fiction Research Association Conference.
49 Keithley reads "Donner Party"
Northern Iowan 70:37, p.1
3/1/1974 Profile of George Keithley.
50 English Club stages "mini-Renaissance"
Northern Iowan 69:8, p.4
10/10/1972 Quick summary of presentation by Professors Remington, Kalmar, and Forest.


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