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Summer Session

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251 8-week session enrollment shows increase over 1961
College Eye 56:35, p.4
6/29/1962 Enrollment reaches 2073.
252 Beauty and the bow
College Eye 56:35, p.1
6/29/1962 Student prepares to shoot an arrow; photo.
253 Current registration expected to top 1961
College Eye 56:34, p.1
6/22/1962 Final figures not in but running slightly ahead of previous year; photo.
254 Summer school session to include 3 lecturers of Asian studies
College Eye 56:33, p.8
6/1/1962 Highlights of summer session.
255 900 register for summer
College Eye 56:31, p.4
256 Summer session of Lab School June 18-Aug. 10
College Eye 56:31, p.4
5/18/1962 Will offer classes for kindergarten through junior high school students.
257 Registration for summer session today, tomorrow
College Eye 56:30, p.1
258 Summer session to offer special programs this year
College Eye 56:25, p.4
3/30/1962 Will offer honors program, program for provisional students, and early start for fall students.
259 SCI awarded support for summer counseling institute
College Eye 56:19, p.10
2/16/1962 Will provide grants for advanced study.
260 Full slate of courses awaits summer students
Alumnus 47:1, p.3
2/1/1962 List of courses, workshops, and conferences; photo.
261 $268,000 budget approved by Regents for summer session
College Eye 56:16, p.3
1/19/1962 A look at the various workshops and institutes to be held on campus this summer.
262 Board of Regents announces 12 week summer school in '63
College Eye 56:15, p.5
1/12/1962 Marshall Beard talks about the advantages of the summer session schedule.
263 New summer session creates advantages
College Eye 56:15, p.2
1/12/1962 Likes the new summer session classes offered to students at SCI.
264 Price Laboratory School summer draws to a close
Public Relations News Release 1960:566, p.1
8/10/1961 The Malcolm Price Laboratory School summer session comes to a close after holding programs in special education, a social science seminar, a junior high science and mathematics workshop, and classes for students in kindergarten through eighth grade.
265 Sky's the limit for some SCI students
Public Relations News Release 1960:565, p.1
8/10/1961 The families of Joseph Robinson and Robert Norris spend the summer camping while the two men attend class at the State College of Iowa.
266 SCI post-session
Public Relations News Release 1960:559, p.1
8/9/1961 Nearly one-hundred elementary and high school educators come together for post-session workshops, where they will cooperate with the National Education Association in writing a guidebook for use in driver education. Howard Knutson directs the session.
267 Post-session opens here August 14
College Eye 52:41, p.4
8/4/1961 Quick look at post-session classes and workshops.
268 SCI summer session closes Friday
Public Relations News Release 1960:555, p.1
8/4/1961 The eight week summer session closes on Friday August 11 with an enrollment of 2,523 students. Commencement exercises are to be held in the Men's Gymnasium. Instruction for the fall semester begins September 14.
269 Special to the Asian student
Public Relations News Release 1960:557, p.1
8/4/1961 The second annual Summer Program on Asia comes to a close with the end of the eight week summer session. Professor Nathan Talbott directed the program, drawing from his studies at both the Universities of Washington and Kyoto, Japan.
270 The Bee Hive
Bina--Robert Fred (Class of 1964)
College Eye 52:41, p.2
8/4/1961 Summarizes the summer term.
271 SCI school program unique in Mid-West
Frisbie--Jack Dwayne (Class of 1961 and 1969)
College Eye 52:40, p.1
7/28/1961 A look at the purposes and content of summer session at PLS; photo.
272 The Ivory Tower
Wood--Stanley G. (Class of 1931; Theater Faculty)
College Eye 52:40, p.2
7/28/1961 Feels lawnmowers disturb summer learning.
273 Student art show opens Sunday at SCI
Public Relations News Release 1960:536, p.1
7/26/1961 Students of summer art courses will exhibit their projects in the art gallery of the Arts and Industries building in the annual summer art show. Student works include medieval calligraphy, a Japanese bamboo instrument, and examples of cave paintings.
274 Math and science for junior high underway at Price
College Eye 52:38, p.4
7/14/1961 Accelerated program underway for sixty students.
275 Japanese expert to speak at SCI Monday
Public Relations News Release 1960:489, p.1
7/5/1961 Harvard University's Professor Howard Hibbett speaks in the auditorium of Sabin Hall on Japanese literature and poetry. The lecture is part of the summer Program on Asia, directed by Professor Nathan Talbott.
276 Local teacher wins ISTC scholarship
Public Relations News Release 1960:484, p.1
6/30/1961 Terry Halstead is admitted to the Summer Program on Asia, sponsored by the department of social science and directed by Professor Nathan Talbott. The program includes courses on Oriental civilization and history of the Far East.
277 Okinawan art display to open at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:482, p.1
6/29/1961 The department of art sponsors an exhibition of eighty Okinawan scrolls, pottery, and textiles in the Arts and Industries building in cooperation with the Summer Program on Asia.
278 15 superior freshmen tackle new program in English, humanities
College Eye 52:34, p.4
6/23/1961 Special program for fifteen superior students; could be forerunner of an honors program; list of students in class.
279 Commons sets special events for summer
College Eye 52:34, p.1
6/23/1961 Quick look at summer events.
280 End of a hectic morning
College Eye 52:34, p.1
6/23/1961 Students pay fees for summer school; photo.
281 Price Lab School summer classes open to observers
College Eye 52:34, p.1
6/23/1961 Schedule of classes being taught.
282 The Bee Hive
Bina--Robert Fred (Class of 1964)
College Eye 52:34, p.2
6/23/1961 A collection of thoughts on summer school.
283 Chinese economist to speak at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:467, p.1
6/22/1961 Professor Chou Shun-hsin of Pittsburg University is scheduled to speak on the economy of Communist China in Sabin Hall for the Summer Program on Asia. Shun-hsin has served as a delegate to the United Nations on numerous occasions.
284 Original prints available at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:469, p.1
6/22/1961 The department of art offers the rental of original prints from European, American, and Japanese artists for the eight-week summer session. The prints are made available through the art office of the Arts and Industries Building.
285 ISTC summer enrollment well over 2,000
Public Relations News Release 1960:463, p.1
6/21/1961 Registrar Marshall R. Beard announces that enrollment for the summer session has reached 2,004. This figure does not include enrollment in workshops and seminars.
286 ISTC to hold science and mathematics workshops
Public Relations News Release 1960:459, p.1
6/16/1961 Professor Ross Nielsen directs the summer Science and Mathematics Seminar for junior high students, held at Price Laboratory School. Instructors include Albert Potter, Walter Gohman, Donald Wiederanders, and George Immerzeel. Students listed.
287 Freshmen to begin ISTC honors study this summer
Public Relations News Release 1960:457, p.1
6/15/1961 Fifteen freshmen are to begin an advanced program of English and Humanities, earning seven hours of credit through two courses designed for gifted students. Professor Edwin Maurer and Robert Dalziel lead the program with discussion by Roy Chung.
288 ISTC professor to lead Cincinnati workshop
Public Relations News Release 1960:454, p.1
6/12/1961 Professor Glenadine Gibb serves as a consultant for the University of Cincinnati's Summer School Arithmetic Workshop. Following the workshop, she will attend a Yale mathematics study group and act as guest lecturer for the National Science Foundation.
289 ISTC prof to Missouri for summer session
Public Relations News Release 1960:446, p.1
6/5/1961 Professor Joe Przychodzin is invited to spend the summer session at the University of Missouri to teach three graduate courses in secondary education. Przychodzin is the supervisor of student teaching at Price Laboratory School.
290 Summer session begins June 19
College Eye 52:33, p.1
6/2/1961 Several special sessions and institutes will be held.
291 Summer calendar announced at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:434, p.1
5/25/1961 Commencement exercises bring the spring semester to a close, beginning the eight-week summer session. Institutes in biology, counseling, earth science, mathematics, and Asian programs are scheduled for the session.
292 Summer schedule announced at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:435, p.1
5/25/1961 The summer session begins after Commencement exercises. Institutes in biology, earth science, counseling, mathematics, and Asian studies are to be held. Professor Howard Knutson acts as director of the summer session..
293 Summer classes to be offered in Iowa towns
College Eye 52:31, p.3
5/19/1961 Classes will be offered in Centerville, Cherokee, Clinton, Mason City, Red Oak, and Spirit Lake.
294 ISTC offers eight summer extension courses
Public Relations News Release 1960:406, p.1
5/16/1961 The Extension Service offers eight summer courses in towns across the state for three to six hours of credit. These courses are for students in the fields of education, mathematics, literature, and humanities.
295 ISTC to offer extension course here
Public Relations News Release 1960:405, p.1
5/15/1961 Professor Julia Sparrow instructs a summer course on remedial reading in Mason City. Enrollment forms may be obtained from Professor Raymond Schlicher of Extension Services.
296 ISTC to offer extension courses here
Public Relations News Release 1960:403, p.1
5/15/1961 Courses in arithmetic, counseling, children's literature, and parent education are held over the summer session. Instructors include Professors Corinne Harper, William O. Maricle, Betts Ann Roth, and Bernice Helff. Course sites listed.
297 ISTC to conduct summer program for mentally handicapped
Public Relations News Release 1960:342, p.1
4/12/1961 The Malcolm Price Laboratory School hosts a summer program for mentally handicapped children ranging in age from nine to thirteen. The children will be instructed by college students under the supervision of Professor Harry Beck and Mrs. Olive Bradfield.
298 Malcolm Price Lab School announces summer program
Public Relations News Release 1960:298, p.1
3/27/1961 The Price Laboratory School announces summer programs for kindergarten, elementary, high school, and special education students. Students will be accepted into the summer session in order of application.
299 T. C. to recess for Easter
Public Relations News Release 1960:299, p.1
3/27/1961 Professor William C. Lang announces the beginning of Easter vacation. Spring semester comes to a close on June 9, followed by the beginning of the summer session on June 19.
300 Regents approve summer schedule
College Eye 52:20, p.5
2/24/1961 Budget increased 3%; expecting about two thousand students.


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