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Scholz--Charles B. (Speech Faculty)

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1 Prof. accepts assistantship
Northern Iowan 86:64, p.1
7/20/1990 Charles Scholz will leave UNI and work on his Ph. D.
2 First meeting held for University of Northern Iowa's broadcast division citizens advisory board.
Public Relations News Release 1989:592, p.1
4/24/1990 List of students and organizations selected to serve on the advisory board, whose purpose is to provide input to the Northern Iowa Broadcast Division on how educators can continue to meet the changing needs of the electronic media industry.
3 University of Northern Iowa students awarded TV news internships.
Public Relations News Release 1989:426, p.1
2/22/1990 Each year KWWL-TV, Channel 7, the NBC affiliate in Waterloo, gives 12 news internships to college students from area schools who are majoring in broadcast journalism. Four Northern Iowa students have be awarded.
4 "Class of '69"
Northern Iowan 86:23, p.1
11/21/1989 Faculty who began teaching at UNI in 1969 gather for reunion; photo.
5 Broadcast division names new head
Wright--Michelle (Class of 1990)
Northern Iowan 85:1, p.6
8/26/1988 Charles Scholz will be head until a replacement for Byron Renz can be hired.
6 Are computers making us impersonal? Prof says no, but they can help.
Public Relations News Release 1988:3, p.1
8/22/1988 Charles Scholz says technology does not make our communication less personal, but it does make it easier for someone to hide behind a machine.
7 Northern Iowa's Charles Scholz to present audio, visual, print work Nov. 30
Public Relations News Release 1987:154, p.1
11/23/1987 Professor Charles Scholz speaks on the use of audio, video, and print advertisements in public relations campaigns. Scholz' multimedia presentation on the United Auto Workers is displayed at the Iowa State Fair.
8 Students to show film productions
Carver--Polly (Class of 1985)
Northern Iowan 80:41, p.4
3/2/1984 Students in Charles Scholz's film class will show work.
9 Movies shown
Northern Iowan 79:17, p.13
11/2/1982 Fiction film class will show work.
10 New title for department
Old Gold 0:0, p.27
6/1/1982 The title Department of Communication and Theater Arts replaced that of Department of Speech.
11 Student flicks show tonight
Northern Iowan 78:44, p.10
3/30/1982 Students from film class will show work.
12 Films to be shown
Riedesel--Miles E. (Class of 1983)
Northern Iowan 78:13, p.6
10/13/1981 A public viewing of works from the beginning film production class will be held October 21.
13 UNI students to show their films
Public Relations News Release 1981:33, p.1
9/4/1981 Twelve films produced by students in Professor Scholz's "Fiction Film Production" class will be shown free to the public in a film festival.
14 Beginning Fiction Film produces producers
Northern Iowan 77:30, p.8
2/3/1981 Charles Scholz shows student films.
15 Student films screened
Northern Iowan 77:28, p.7
1/27/1981 Fifteen silent films from Professor Scholz's class will be shown.
16 UNI student to show their silent films
Public Relations News Release 1980:328, p.1
1/22/1981 Students show off fifteen silent films that were produced in the class "Begging Fiction Film Production".
17 Student films shown
Northern Iowan 77:26, p.15
12/12/1980 Will show fifteen student films.
18 Films vary from golfing to suicide
Northern Iowan 77:7, p.8
9/23/1980 Charles Scholz talks about his student film classes.
19 Film festival coming
Northern Iowan 77:4, p.11
9/12/1980 Films from the spring and summer semesters will be presented at this year's film festival.
20 Only Radio-TV in Aud
Scholz--Charles B. (Speech Faculty)
Northern Iowan 76:11, p.2
10/9/1979 All speech classes have been moved to the Communication Arts Center except the Radio/TV Division.
21 Speech
Old Gold 0:0, p.35
6/1/1979 Majors and minors in the department of Speech focus on interpretation, public address, radio and television, and theatre; this department is housed in the newly opened Communication Arts Complex; photo.
22 Union celebrates tenth anniversary
Northern Iowan 75:47, p.9
4/6/1979 Extensive list of activities.
23 Special visual effects to highlight Macbeth
Northern Iowan 75:11, p.4
10/6/1978 Charles Scholz talks about his work on the play.
24 Student films
Northern Iowan 74:47, p.7
4/4/1978 Students in Professor Scholz's beginning fiction film class will show work.
25 Debate team on TV Saturday
Northern Iowan 74:46, p.6
3/31/1978 Professor Scholz produced short spot featuring the UNI team.
26 Learn by doing: gathering news for broadcast
Reth--Mona J. (Class of 1979)
Northern Iowan 74:19, p.7
11/4/1977 Description of Charles Scholz class on electronic news-gathering.
27 Film showing
Northern Iowan 73:55, p.6
5/3/1977 Students will show films from beginning fiction class.
28 Station managers here for broadcast seminar
Northern Iowan 73:42, p.3
29 Documentaries
Northern Iowan 73:28, p.3
12/14/1976 Will show student films made last semester.
30 The lights dim, show rolls; no Bergman's, at least not yet
Northern Iowan 73:24, p.4
11/23/1976 Beginning fiction film production class will be offered at UNI and taught by George Glenn.
31 Why we support UNI/AFT
Northern Iowan 73:21, p.10
11/12/1976 Professors offer their opinions.
32 UNI hits the big time--NBC's "Tomorrow"
UNI Century 4:4, p.4
10/1/1976 Brief survey of broadcast program at UNI; photo.
33 Crockett to be on 'Tomorrow'; UNI student to New York
Wible--Pamela J. (Classes of 1977 and 2002)
Northern Iowan 72:55, p.5
5/4/1976 Nan Crockett will represent the UNI broadcasting program; photo.
34 Student films
Northern Iowan 72:33, p.6
1/30/1976 Show will consist of seven color student-produced films.
35 Deanna J. Scholz
Alumnus 60:4, p.23
12/1/1975 Died June 29, 1975.
36 Students create films; class offers good film background
Paxton--David A. (Class of 1976)
Northern Iowan 71:48, p.6
4/11/1975 A close look at the course, "Beginning Fiction Film"; photo.
37 Student films
Northern Iowan 71:22, p.7
11/15/1974 Nine students from Professor Scholz's film class will show work.
38 Scholz corrects possible implication
Scholz--Charles B. (Speech Faculty)
Northern Iowan 71:20, p.3
11/8/1974 Professor Scholz credits Professor Jensen for his work.
39 Scholz named coordinator
Northern Iowan 71:18, p.8
11/1/1974 Professor Scholz discusses aims for instructional broadcasting program; photo.
40 Scholz appointed
Northern Iowan 71:8, p.8
9/27/1974 Charles Scholz will be coordinator of instruction broadcasting program.
41 Committee promotes film
Moravec--Jeff (Class of 1977)
Northern Iowan 71:1, p.11
8/30/1974 Several departments offer film courses; photo.
42 UNI film receives four-star rating
Northern Iowan 70:47, p.10
4/16/1974 "Transfer . . . And Storage", by Professors Glenn and Scholz, wins London award.
43 Movie book
Northern Iowan 70:36, p.6
2/26/1974 Professors Glenn and Scholz wrote Super 8 handbook.
44 "Transfer and Storage" premieres
Northern Iowan 70:21, p.8
11/30/1973 Review of movie "Transfer and Storage" made by Professors Glenn and Scholz.
45 Recruiting film crew
Northern Iowan 70:1, p.12
9/14/1973 General meeting for all students interested in making a film with Professors Glenn and Scholz.
46 "Thanks a lot, Goldie" receives high rating
Northern Iowan 69:55, p.21
5/15/1973 Professors Glenn and Scholz receive four star rating for film.
Northern Iowan 68:46, p.7
4/14/1972 Professors Glenn and Scholz will attend.
48 CHFA film festival scheduled for Jan. 6-8
Northern Iowan 68:25, p.4
12/17/1971 Expects fifteen to twenty new films to be shown.
49 Film Festival Set for January at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1972:206, p.1
12/10/1971 Film Festival set for Jan. 6-8 on campus by the film committee of the UNI College of Humanities and Fine Arts and the UNI Honors Program; scheduled list of activites.
50 Film Contest Winners to be Chosen at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1971:537, p.1
4/13/1971 Films entered in the UNI Fine Arts Festival film contest will be vewed by judges on April 15 and 16.


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