Saigo--Roy H. (Dean--College of Natural Sciences)
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Blast from the past
Northern Iowan 95:59, p.8
|7/9/1999||Headlines from the student newspaper in 1966, 1979, and 1990.|
Intemann named dean
Campus News Network 1:12, p.1
|2/25/1991||Gerald W. Intemann will succeed Roy Saigo; photo.|
Intemann named new dean of natural sciences at University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1990:354, p.1
|2/15/1991||UNI College of Natural Sciences names new Dean.|
A 'new challenge'; Saigo accepts vice president position in Louisiana
Huebner--Kimberly Jo (Class of 1994)
Northern Iowan 86:62, p.1
|7/6/1990||Profile of Roy Saigo; photo.|
Dr. Roy Saigo, Dean of University of Northern Iowa College of Natural Sciences, accepts position as Provost at Southeastern Louisiana University
Public Relations News Release 1990:726, p.1
|7/2/1990||Roy Saigo looking forward to living in the South and the new challenges of serving as Provost. Saigo has recruited excellent faculty members for the College of Natural Sciences.|
Students honored by University of Northern Iowa college of natural sciences.
Public Relations News Release 1989:669, p.1
|5/25/1990||List of students given. Awards presented by the college included the Louis Begeman Memorial Scholarships, C.W. Lantz Scholarship and Graduate Fellowship, Irene M Thompson Scholarship and the Dean's Award.|
University of Northern Iowa internationally-renowned math scholar recipient of first Donald McKay faculty research award.
Public Relations News Release 1989:647, p.1
|5/14/1990||Hyo C. Myung internationally known and respected in professional mathematics and physics circles for his original research on the field of Lie-admissible algebras, has been named recipient of the first Donald N. McKay Faculty Research Award.|
University of Northern Iowa offers students, faculty, industry access to sophisticated electron microscopes.
Public Relations News Release 1989:634, p.1
|5/9/1990||Transmission and scanning electron microscopes can magnify samples up to 200,000 times their original size, allowing research at the molecular level. Biology students examine organic materials, everything from bacteria on corn plants.|
Northern Iowa to graduate more than 1,200 Saturday in UNI-Dome.
Public Relations News Release 1989:626, p.1
|5/7/1990||The student address will be delivered by Annette Klein Zuck, who will receive a bachelor's degree with high honors, with a major in elementary education. Some 1,100 graduating students have indicated they will attend the ceremonies Saturday.|
Latham hall renovation to be dedicated Sunday (April 22) at University of Northern Iowa.
Public Relations News Release 1989:577, p.1
|4/18/1990||The renovated building now houses the Departments of Earth Science and Home Economics. The dedication will feature a welcome and introductions by President Curris and remarks by Roy Saigo and Donald Whitnah. Two students will speak as well.|
Scholarships made available for graduate students
Public Relations News Release 1989:509, p.1
|3/30/1990||The C. W. Lantz Summer Awards are offered to students of natural science who have been admitted to graduate study with degree status. The scholarships are provided by Professor C. W. Lantz, former head of the Department of Science.|
UNI Educational Honor Society recognizes scholarship recipients and new members
Public Relations News Release 1989:512, p.1
|3/30/1990||Kappa Delta Pi inducts sixty-seven new members and gives four Education Scholarships. Scholarship recipients include Heidi Fatchett, Amy Johnson, Crystal Schelling, and Julie Portman. New Kappa Delta Pi members listed.|
Northern Iowa offers unique research opportunities to undergrads
Northern Iowa Today 18:1, p.1
|3/1/1990||Students describe their undergraduate research projects; photo.|
University of Northern Iowa to share in NASA program through Iowa Space Grant College Consortium
Public Relations News Release 1989:315, p.1
|12/21/1989||The National Aeronautics and Space Administration names the Iowa Space Grant College Consortium as one of the top twenty-one to participate in the National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program. Roy Saigo represents UNI in the Iowa Space Consortium.|
University of Northern Iowa commencement to be 1 P. M. Saturday (Dec. 16).
Public Relations News Release 1989:299, p.1
|12/12/1989||550 new alumni will be officially added to the roster of graduates. Two doctor of education recipients: Randall Clegg and Kathleen Sullivan Mulholland. Connie Koenen Uhl, will deliver the student address.|
High school science/math students receive scholarships, awards at Northern Iowa.
Public Relations News Release 1989:281, p.1
|11/30/1989||List of winners of the 27th Annual UNI Science, Mathematics and Technology Symposium. Awards include the full-tuition scholarships and several partial scholarships. The Director's Award was presented to David Highland.|
John Deere employees may earn master's degree in industrial technology through University of Northern Iowa.
Public Relations News Release 1989:269, p.1
|11/22/1989||The on-site degree, which emphasizes process manufacturing, came about because of the need for enhancing the technological skills of the Deere workforce.|
Outreach programs help math, science teachers inspire students
Northern Iowa Today 17:2, p.2
|9/1/1989||Survey of series of programs led by UNI to enhance math and science education; photo.|
Qualified faculty are in high demand
Lilledahl--Jeanne (Class of 1989)
Northern Iowan 86:1, p.3
|9/1/1989||Administrators talk about the difficulty in recruiting faculty.|
Presidential awardees in science teach a three week institute at University of Northern Iowa.
Public Relations News Release 1989:620, p.1
|8/17/1989||List of 28 teacher selected to attend the institute.The goal of the institute was to enhance academic, attitudinal and motivational aspects of student experiecnes with science by enhancing teaching.|
University of Northern Iowa summer commencement Friday (Aug. 4) evening in UNI-DOME.
Public Relations News Release 1988:583, p.1
|8/1/1989||350 new alumni will be added to the roster of graduates. Constantine Curris will confer the degrees. Janice Blockhus will deliver the student address. Judith Harrington will conduct the recognition and award of honors.|
'Teacher teaching teachers' brings some of nation's top mathematics teachers to University of Northern Iowa.
Public Relations News Release 1988:562, p.1
|7/19/1989||List of teachers in attendance. Four of the nation's outstanding secondary mathematics teachers are on the UNI campus for two weeks teaching other teachers, as a part of a half-million dollar project funded by the National Science Foundation.|
Northern Iowa to graduate more than 1,300 Saturday (May 13) in UNI - Dome.
Public Relations News Release 1988:468, p.1
|5/9/1989||Student address delivered by Michelle Wubben, who will receive a bachelor's degree with highest honors. Senior Class gift will be presented by Carole Johnson and Mark Rolland. President Curris will preside and confer degrees.|
University of Northern Iowa commencement to be at 1 P.M. Saturday, Dec. 17.
Public Relations News Release 1988:203, p.1
|12/8/1988||President Constantine Curris will confer degrees on the students, who will include four doctor of education recipients.|
High School science/math students receive scholarships, awards at Northern Iowa.
Public Relations News Release 1988:163, p.1
|11/15/1988||Iowa high school students competed for four-year full-tuition scholarships at attend the University, majoring in sciences, industrial technology or mathematics. Listed are students, their hometown, school attended and award received.|
New education minor created
Northern Iowan 85:15, p.12
|10/18/1988||Minor includes teaching of math and science at elementary level.|
College of Natural Sciences offers more than coursework
Northern Iowan 85:12, p.10
|10/7/1988||Dean Saigo talks about the history and progress of CNS in recent years.|
Near million dollar grant to University of Northern Iowa will strengthen prepartion of elementary math and science teachers.
Public Relations News Release 1988:82, p.1
|9/30/1988||The grant from the National Science Foundation, will total $943,147 over a five year time period. Titled "Preparation of Elementary School Mathematics and Science Teachers," the project is under direction of Robert Ward and Jack Wilkinson.|
Regents approve constuction contracts, name chief negotiator/bargaining team for Northern Iowa.
Public Relations News Release 1988:48, p.1
|9/15/1988||Construction contract as follows: Larson Construction, Inc., of Independence, a $970, 628 general contract; ACI Mechanical Corp., Ames, a $415,050 mechanical contract; Freeman Electric, Inc., Independence, a $141,800 electrical contract.|
University of Northern Iowa summer Commencement scheduled for 7:30 pm July 29.
Public Relations News Release 1988:505, p.1
|7/20/1988||President Curris will confer degrees in the Dome; list of Purple and Old Gold Award winners.|
University of Northern Iowa receives $511,000 to establish national center in mathematics teaching.
Public Relations News Release 1988:484, p.1
|7/5/1988||A half million dollar grant from the National Science Foundation brought 30 of the country's top minds in the field of mathematics teaching to the University of Northern Iowa, for the start of a three year project called "Teachers Teaching Teachers."|
University of Northern Iowa science and math students lauded at commencement convocation.
Public Relations News Release 1988:437, p.1
|5/18/1988||List of those recognized.|
Northern Iowa commencment receptions, activities, special hours anounced.
Public Relations News Release 1988:424, p.1
|5/11/1988||Schedule of events. College of Natural Sciences will hold its traditional Honors Convocation.|
Northern Iowa to graduate more than 1,100 May 14 in UNI Dome.
Public Relations News Release 1988:421, p.1
|5/6/1988||More than 1,100 students who have completed their undergraduate and graduate studies during the spring semester will receive their degrees on May 14. The student address will be delivered by Robert Richard Hauser.|
Hauser to be Commencement speaker at May 14 graduation ceremonies
Northern Iowan 84:53, p.1
|4/15/1988||Profile of Robert Hauser.|
UNI's recruiting methods vary
Northern Iowan 84:40, p.8
|2/23/1988||Administrators talk about ways of bringing good students to campus.|
University of Northern Iowa science students lauded at honors banquet
Public Relations News Release 1987:185, p.1
|12/21/1987||The College of Natural Science holds its Honors Dinner in the Commons Ballroom, where Professor Roy Saigo announces recipients of student service honors. Recipients are listed by hometown.|
University of Northern Iowa to hold commencement exercises 1 P. M. Dec. 19
Public Relations News Release 1987:176, p.1
|12/11/1987||Professor James Martin conducts the recognition and awards ceremonies for fall commencements ceremonies, with Judith Harrington as commencement marshal. College deans distribute degrees of their respective fields. Music provided by the Brass Quintet.|
High school science/math students receive scholarships, awards at Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1987:137, p.1
|11/13/1987||Over five-hundred high school students compete for academic scholarships in biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, and earth science at the Science and Mathematics Symposium. Winners are listed by hometown.|
Harlan Community High School students compete in annual science and math competition
Public Relations News Release 1987:122, p.1
|11/4/1987||Students from Harlan High School compete for scholarships in mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, and earth science at the Science and Math Symposium. Professor Roy Saigo and several guest speakers hold formal addresses after the competition.|
Red Oak High School students compete in annual science and math competition
Public Relations News Release 1987:123, p.1
|11/4/1987||Students of Red Oak High School are among those competing for scholarships in mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, and earth science at the Science and Mathematics Symposium.|
UNI commencement receptions, activities, special hours announced
Public Relations News Release 1987:373, p.1
|5/14/1987||Professor Roy Saigo presides over the College of Natural Science's Honors Convocation in Maucker Union. The University Student Alumni Association holds a brunch in the commons. The College of Education holds a reception in the Education Center.|
UNI to graduate nearly 1,200 in exercises May 16
Public Relations News Release 1987:368, p.1
|5/12/1987||Elizabeth Ruth Bingham conducts the student address in the spring commencement ceremonies, where Professor William Lang is awarded a doctor of humane letters degree. President Curris presided over the ceremonies, with the Wind Quintet providing music.|
Earth Science Update
Public Relations News Release 1987:309, p.1
|4/7/1987||The Department of Earth Science hosts the Earth Science Update, which included presentations from university faculty on planetary astronomy, geology, mammals of the Ice Age, plate tectonics, and fossils.|
Administrators discuss possible nursing degree
Northern Iowan 83:46, p.3
|3/24/1987||Students have been able to complete basic science and general education courses at UNI; then they have gone to University of Iowa to complete degree.|
High school math/science students receive scholarships, awards at UNI symposium
Public Relations News Release 1987:104, p.1
|11/13/1986||Area high school students were presented with four-year scholarships by Professor Roy Saigo at the Science and Mathematics Symposium. Students attended lectures on biology, geology, and physics. Winners are listed with hometown, and prize.|
Leonard Davis land to be added to UNI Prairie Preserves at dedication ceremony Friday (Aug. 1)
Public Relations News Release 1986:490, p.1
|7/24/1986||The family of Leonard Davis donates a half-acre piece of land to the Biological Preserves system. Four faculty members participated in the dedication ceremony, which unveiled a plaque in memory of the late university counselor.|
UNI secretary retires after 16 years
Northern Iowan 82:60, p.3
|7/11/1986||Lucille Price recalls her years as a secretary in the College of Natural Sciences; photo.|
UNI commencement receptions, activities, special hours announced
Public Relations News Release 1986:407, p.1
|5/6/1986||Commencement will be held Saturday May 10 at 2 p.m.; there will be two meal times for a graduation brunch held for graduating students and their families; the College of Education is holding a reception; UNI will bring summer office hours.|
Dedication planned for biological preserve land gifts May 9 (Friday)
Public Relations News Release 1986:406, p.1
|5/5/1986||The ceremony will commemorate four lots donated by Burton and Louise Sanders; Downey will give the address; the property will be used to develop viburnums and a plaque will read "Sanders Viburnum Garden".|