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Shepherd--Lou Alva (Class of 1919; Education Faculty)

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1 Lou Shepherd bequests fund for primary ed scholarship
Alumnus 63:3, p.21
9/1/1978 Scholarships from $18,000 fund will go to students in kindergarten/primary curriculum.
2 Lou A. Shepherd
Alumnus 62:2, p.23
5/1/1977 Died February 22, 1977.
3 Consultants tell rural school story
Alumnus 51:4, p.2
12/1/1966 Professors Shepherd and Ritter retire; talk about early days in school consulting work; photo.
4 Reunion draws alumni
Alumnus 51:3, p.Inside Front Cover
9/1/1966 Scenes from reunion; photo.
5 Education group honors Lou Shepherd
Alumnus 47:2, p.8
5/1/1962 Group names itself after Miss Shepherd; photo.
6 Three achievement awards to alumni
Alumnus 41:4, p.4
12/1/1957 List of Achievement and Service awards; photo.
7 Fred D. Cram
Old Gold 0:0, p.22
6/1/1954 Administration; photo.
8 Instructors teach extension classes
College Eye 45:25, p.7
4/2/1954 Eleven faculty are on extension duty.
9 Teachers enter extension field
College Eye 45:20, p.8
2/19/1954 Extension Service announces those who will be on assignment.
10 Extension service claims 12 faculty
College Eye 45:3, p.7
9/25/1953 For entire fall quarter.
11 Administration
Old Gold 0:0, p.22
6/1/1953 Administrators; photo.
12 Student body receives praise
College Eye 44:32, p.3
5/22/1953 Visitor enjoyed students on campus.
13 Educ. classes taught at extension center
College Eye 43:37, p.3
7/18/1952 Lou Shepherd leading Audubon classes.
14 Extension classes are in Greenfield
College Eye 43:32, p.6
5/30/1952 Lou Shepherd will be in charge.
15 President J. W. Maucker will preside tonight at a dinner meeting of the 14th annual National Farm Institute in Des Moines
Public Relations News Release 1952:428, p.1
2/14/1952 Other engagements scheduled for the president this month include the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) in Chicago and the 1952 regional convention of the American Association of School Administrators.
16 Professor Lou A. Shepherd, of the bureau of extension service will serve as the 1951-52 vice-president of Extension and Field Services
Public Relations News Release 1950:361, p.1
5/12/1951 Shepherd was elected at the associations's 26th annual meeting last week at Arkdelphia, Arkansas. She will automatically become president next year.
17 Dorothy Koehring and Lou A. Shepherd, college faculty members, left Friday for Seattle, Washington
Public Relations News Release 1950:275, p.1
3/22/1951 They will be on the program of the Association for Childhood Education International. Shepherd is chairman of one of the six study sections. Koehring will lead one of the conference's 50 study groups.
18 Extension Service revises text book
College Eye 41:31, p.6
6/16/1950 Written by Professors Ritter and Shepherd.
19 Women's Faculty Club elects Short president
College Eye 41:31, p.3
6/16/1950 Roster of officers.
20 Ritter attends annual extension board meet
College Eye 41:30, p.7
21 Koehring heads group preparing study course
College Eye 41:27, p.6
4/21/1950 Assisting in preparing a course of study for kindergarten and pre-first grade.
22 Helf, Sheperd visit Story County schools
College Eye 41:22, p.7
3/17/1950 Are doing follow-up work on a test administered last year on reading.
23 Faculty group attends New Jersey convention
College Eye 41:20, p.2
2/17/1950 Will attend meetings there.
24 Reece will lead Lincoln discussion
College Eye 40:23, p.4
3/25/1949 Other ISTC faculty will participate.
25 Multiple county institutes set up
College Eye 40:2, p.1
9/24/1948 A number of ISTC faculty will participate.
26 Extension Service to aid schools
College Eye 39:3, p.6
10/3/1947 Eleven faculty are working full-time in Extension this term.
27 Class of 1922 sets pace for reunion
Alumnus 31:3, p.3
7/1/1947 Detailed description of reunion; photo.
28 Three to Oklahoma for convention
College Eye 38:28, p.5
4/18/1947 Will attend child education meeting.
29 Faculty to visit 56 Iowa counties during fall term
College Eye 38:1, p.2
9/13/1946 About five hundred days of extension service have been scheduled for the fourteen faculty on extension duty.
30 Branch summer schools
College Eye 37:43, p.6
31 Summer branch school news
College Eye 37:42, p.4
32 George Holmes caught in shower from 'branches'
College Eye 37:40, p.6
7/26/1946 News from the branch summer schools; photo.
33 College branch summer schools show 50 percent increase
College Eye 37:35, p.6
6/14/1946 News from the branch schools.
34 Summer school enrollment
Public Relations News Release 1946:188, p.1
6/11/1946 Numbers increased by fifty per cent from last year's summer session at the branch schools.
35 Branch summer school staffs named
Public Relations News Release 1946:171, p.1
5/28/1946 Sessions will be held in Spencer, Carroll, and Creston. Faculty members from other colleges and schools may serve.
36 Carroll branch school orientation
Public Relations News Release 1946:144, p.1
5/4/1946 Lou Shepherd and E. L. Ritter will be in Carroll to explain the course offerings for summer classes. Students can take courses for either six or twelve week sessions.
37 Lou Shepherd to head Carroll branch summer school
Public Relations News Release 1946:136, p.1
4/30/1946 College bulletin lists courses, tuition, and registration requirements. Creston and Spencer will also host branch summer schools.
38 Branch summer schools scheduled
Alumnus 30:2, p.1
4/1/1946 Sessions will be held at Spencer, Carroll, and Creston.
39 Dickinson visits Algona branch school
College Eye 36:42, p.3
8/3/1945 News from the branch summer schools.
40 Dr. Wiles at T. C. branch schools
College Eye 36:41, p.3
7/27/1945 Kimball Wiles speaks on safety education; news from the branch summer schools.
41 Branch school opens
Alumnus 29:3, p.1
7/1/1945 Schools open in Algona, Missouri Valley, and Red Oak.
42 Six and twelve week sessions at three branch summer schools begin
College Eye 36:35, p.1
6/15/1945 Will hold sessions in Algona, Red Oak, and Missouri Valley.
43 Director of Red Oak Branch Summer School announces increased advanced registrations
Public Relations News Release 1945:142, p.1
5/28/1945 Lou A. Shepherd reveals the first scheduled series of lectures and entertainment for the Red Oak school. Advance enrollements are ahead of past years.
44 Six and twelve week courses to be offered in Red Oak
Public Relations News Release 1945:134, p.1
5/19/1945 Prospective students visited with Lou A. Shepherd and Elmer Ritter concerningthe summer school offering.
45 Red Oak Branch Summer School will open June 5
Public Relations News Release 1945:124, p.1
5/12/1945 Students may qualify for teacher certification following the completion of the twelve week normal training course and passing the required state examination.
46 Teacher certification classes available in Red Oak
Public Relations News Release 1945:131, p.1
5/12/1945 High school students may obtain teaching certificates by attending a twelve week normal training course and passing a state examination.
47 Red Oak Branch Summer School of the Teachers College named
Public Relations News Release 1945:106, p.1
4/30/1945 Miss Lou A. Shepherd will head the Red Oak, Ia branch. Faculty named.
48 Branch summer schools to be located in Algona, Missouri Valley, and Red Oak
Public Relations News Release 1945:98, p.1
4/16/1945 I. H. Hart, director of extension services announces summer school locations. Members of the regular instructional staff in Cedar Falls will make up the staff of the branch schools.
49 Extension Service expanded
Alumnus 28:4, p.23
10/1/1944 Sixteen faculty now engaged in extension work around state.
50 Extension answers calls for help
College Eye 36:3, p.3
9/22/1944 A look at some of the work in which the Extension Service is involved; photo.


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