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Soviet Union

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1 History was made nearly 30 years ago when President Nixon visited Moscow
Public Relations News Release 1999:414, p.1
5/22/2000 John Johnson will discuss President Nixon's historic trip to Moscow and the signing of the treaty on antiballistic missile systems.
2 End of the "Evil Empire"
Public Relations News Release 1999:150, p.1
12/3/1999 Discussion with Kenneth Basom, an Associate Professor of Political Science, about the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
3 Secrets of the KGB: The Mitrokin Archive
Public Relations News Release 1999:150, p.1
12/3/1999 Professor Roy Sandstom will discuss the new book released by Vasili Mitrokin on the KGB.
4 Soviet Union called it quits in Afghanistan ten years ago
Public Relations News Release 1998:249, p.1
2/15/1999 Ken Basom talks about the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan ten years ago.
5 From enemies to allies: former Soviet Bloc countries ask to foin NATO.
Public Relations News Release 1996:256, p.1
2/10/1997 Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic asj to join NATO.
6 Dramatic changes since the end of the "Evil Empire"
Public Relations News Release 1996:190, p.1
12/9/1996 Ken Basom discusses the changes that have swept across the Eastern Bloc.
7 Major curriculum changes
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 2:0, p.193
7/1/1995 President Maucker attempts to include a greater exposure to international views into the curriculum with conferences and expanded foreign language and culture courses; photo.
8 Must we turn our heads from Georgia
Nagle--David R. (Class of 1965; Member of Congress; Political Science Faculty)
Northern Edition 2:14, p.11
4/27/1994 David Nagle reports on difficulties faced by former Soviet Union.
9 UNI worldwide; faculty members travel overseas on educational missions
Northern Iowa Today 76:1, p.17
7/1/1992 Professor McCalley travels to Russia; Professor Weiser goes to Japan.
10 University professor visits Soviet Union
Hensley--Robert B. (Classes of 1990 and 1992)
Northern Iowan 88:32, p.8
1/28/1992 Professor Gilgen believes that his trip has opened up doors for further contacts with Russian colleagues; offers impressions of his trip; photo.
11 Has the cold war dropped a few more degrees?
Public Relations News Release 1991:294, p.1
12/23/1991 Robert Dull reports that the "Soviet Disunion" still has thirty thousand nuclear weapons. The situation overseas is unstable, unpredictable, and something we should be concerned about.
12 UNI professor attends conference in Soviet Union
Dolgener--Jennifer A. (Class of 1993)
Northern Iowan 88:18, p.3
11/1/1991 Professor Cooney meets with Soviet science educators.
13 UNI professor sees Soviet Union first-hand
Dolgener--Jennifer A. (Class of 1993)
Northern Iowan 88:18, p.3
11/1/1991 Professor Cooney offers his impressions.
14 University of Northern Iowa Earth Science Professor, Dr. Timothy Cooney, attends U.S.-Soviet Conference of Science Teachers
Public Relations News Release 1991:140, p.1
10/14/1991 Timothy Cooney presented information on a national science program to attendees of the first U.S.-Soviet Conference of Science Teachers in Moscow.
15 Revolution in the Soviet Union--how will these changes affect the U. S.?
Public Relations News Release 1991:79, p.1
9/23/1991 U. S. can help expedite change in the Soviet Union and benefit from the changes.
16 Changes in the Soviet Union--leaders support education exchanges
Public Relations News Release 1991:60, p.1
9/16/1991 New leadership in the Soviet Union shows signs of increased support for education.
17 Soviet environmental educators visit UNI
Campus News Network 2:1, p.2
9/3/1991 Six visit with Professor McCalley; photo.
18 The media and the Soviet coup--failure due to communications technology?
Public Relations News Release 1991:23, p.1
9/2/1991 The failure of the Soviet hardliners to control the media may be the reason the coup failed.
19 Soviet environmental educators visit Northern Iowa
Northern Iowa Today 19:2, p.6
9/1/1991 Six visitors work on environmental education curriculum; photo.
20 Soviet environmental educators visiting UNI
Public Relations News Release 1990:692, p.1
8/6/1991 Six Soviets will work on writing environmental education curriculum for use in the USSR while visiting UNI.
21 Soviet environmental educators to visit University of Northern Iowa August 9-16
Public Relations News Release 1990:687, p.1
8/5/1991 UNI to host six Soviet educators. They will be aided in writing curriculum materials on environmental education for the Soviet Union by educators from across the U. S.
22 Soviet visitors
Campus News Network 1:21, p.4
8/5/1991 Will meet with environmental educators.
23 Sources for Soviet coverage
Public Relations News Release 1991:14, p.1
8/1/1991 List of faculty and students available to provide Soviet information and expertise..
24 Educational ties with Soviet Union expand
Northern Iowa Today 75:1, p.23
7/1/1991 Five UNI students and two professor will study in Russia this fall.
25 University of Northern Iowa history professor to become first American to teach American Studies at Soviet University
Public Relations News Release 1990:578, p.1
5/16/1991 Hal Wohl will teach in the Soviet Union.
26 University of Northern Iowa undergraduates, faculty members to study in Soviet Union this summer
Public Relations News Release 1990:579, p.1
5/16/1991 UNI students and faculty will study in the Soviet Union.
27 Students, faculty, administrators to travel to the USSR
Campus News Network 1:17, p.1
5/6/1991 Will undertake series of visits to study, attend conference, and teach.
28 University continues commitment to international programs
Northern Iowa Today 19:1, p.4
3/1/1991 Robert Leestamper named assistant vice president for international programs; photo.
29 Northern Iowa takes environmental education to Europe, Soviet Union
Northern Iowa Today 74:2, p.11
1/1/1991 Professor McCalley visits Russia; President Curris attends conference in France.
30 Food shortages in the Soviet Union--will a starving nation follow?
Public Relations News Release 1990:264, p.1
12/24/1990 Food shortages in the Soviet Union are signs that the system has broken down.
31 'Is the Cold War over?' To be debated October 31 at University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1990:148, p.1
10/24/1990 Debate on the status of the Cold War held at UNI. David Funderburk and Vladimir Sakharov will be on opposing sides.
32 David McCalley
Campus News Network 1:3, p.2
10/1/1990 Parts of the curriculum that he designed are included in a cooperative US-Soviet package.
33 Environmental education and concerns in the Soviet Union
Public Relations News Release 1990:78, p.1
10/1/1990 Environmental concerns are present in the Soviet Union, especially in industrialized cities.
34 Soviet students respond to life at UNI
Campus News Network 1:3, p.1
10/1/1990 Students enjoy relaxed atmosphere; talk about differences in education system; photo.
35 Graduate program enhances Northern Iowa-Soviet exchange
Northern Iowa Today 18:2, p.5
9/1/1990 Seven Russian graduate students will study at UNI.
36 Member of Iowa Peace Institute Delegation; James Martin, UNI provost, tours Soviet Union
Northern Iowan 86:59, p.1
6/15/1990 Provost Martin gives his impressions of the trip; photo.
37 Northern Iowa provost emeritus tours Soviet Union as member of Iowa Peace Institute delegation.
Public Relations News Release 1990:696, p.1
6/13/1990 Stavropol maintains a sister state relationship with Iowa, and the Peace Institute delegation wanted to expand existing exchange programs between the agriculture states.
38 Student ambassadors to visit Soviet homes
Northern Iowan 86:57, p.12
5/1/1990 Twenty-nine local high school students will be part of People-to-People caravan.
39 "Second Annual World Get-Together" set for Sunday (April 1) at University of Northern Iowa, sponsored by International Students Association
Public Relations News Release 1989:494, p.1
3/27/1990 The International Students Association sponsors the Second Annual World Get-Together at Maucker Union. The program will include presentations on African proverbs, and the cultures of India and the Soviet Union.
40 Covington, don't belittle Eastern bloc struggle
Hawes--Christine E. (Class of 1990)
Northern Iowan 86:41, p.3
2/27/1990 Should attempt to understand what former Soviet bloc countries are going through.
41 Greenlee perpetuates Soviet stereotypes
Brooks--Todd H.
Northern Iowan 86:37, p.3
42 Gametime glasnost
Northern Iowa Today 73:2, p.30
1/1/1990 Russian photographer shoots first football game.
43 University relations with Soviets continue to grow
Northern Iowa Today 73:2, p.31
1/1/1990 UNI will broaden efforts to develop contacts with Russians.
44 Top 10 national stories that made the news in '89
Public Relations News Release 1989:316, p.1
12/21/1989 Professor Tom Ryan lists the top national news stories of the year. Stories include the Supreme Court's decision on abortion, the war on drugs, and developments in the Soviet Union.
45 Limited tickets available to banquet featuring soviet photographer Nov. 17; part of Iowa student photographers conference at University of Northern
Public Relations News Release 1989:216, p.1
11/1/1989 Yury Tatarinov, a Soviet photographer who recently emigrated to the United States, will speak and show some of his work. Tatarinov spent 10 years traveling across his homeland, photographing the 135 ethnic groups who populate its 15 republics.
46 UNI student visits the Soviet Union
Northern Iowan 86:9, p.3
10/3/1989 Melissa Dove talks about her experiences.
47 University of Northern Iowa Russian language student spends summer in Leningrad
Public Relations News Release 1989:107, p.1
9/27/1989 Dove spent seven weeks this summer studying at the Herzen Pedagogical Institute in Leningrad. Dove is an accounting major, minoring in Spanish, who has studied Russian language for two years.
48 University of Northern Iowa Russian language student spends summer in Leningrad.
Public Relations News Release 1989:107, p.1
9/27/1989 Melissa Dove spent seven weeks this summer studying at the Herzen Pedagogical Institute of Leningrad, one of the most respected teacher training universities in the Soviet Union.
49 University of Northern Iowa Fulbright scholarship recipient will study Afghanistan over next seven months in the wake of Soviet troop withdrawal.
Public Relations News Release 1989:101, p.1
9/25/1989 Richard Newell, professor of history will have an opportunity to observe war torn Afghanistan, in the aftermath of Soviet withdrawal. The Fulbright Program, designed "to increase mutual understanding between the people of the U. S. and of other countries.
50 Keep an eye on the communists
Holloway--Carson L. (Class of 1991)
Northern Iowan 86:6, p.2
9/22/1989 Analyzes current political situation.


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