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Summer Session

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351 Notice
College Eye 45:40, p.1
8/6/1954 Summer session will close at 11:50 on August 18.
352 Baker section opened
College Eye 45:36, p.2
7/9/1954 Seerley Hall is full; now using some space in Baker Hall.
353 Eight week session set for summer '55
College Eye 45:34, p.1
6/25/1954 Eight week session will be followed by two week period for graduate independent study and workshops.
354 Swimming, softball games for summer recreation slate
College Eye 45:33, p.3
355 Welcome, summer students!
College Eye 45:33, p.2
6/18/1954 Welcomes the 1200 students who are attending the summer session.
356 Three workshops set for summer
College Eye 45:27, p.5
4/23/1954 On elementary education.
357 Registrar releases summer figures
College Eye 44:34, p.1
6/19/1953 1062 students enrolled so far.
358 Old saying, 'Only one more week' has another meaning to students
College Eye 43:41, p.4
8/15/1952 Wrapping up the summer session.
359 Recreational facilities available at TC
College Eye 43:36, p.1
7/11/1952 Survey of recreational activities for the summer.
360 The Line
College Eye 43:34, p.3
6/27/1952 Commentary on the summer session.
361 1952 summer schedule of events
College Eye 43:33, p.3
362 Announce more teaching appointments for summer
College Eye 43:33, p.1
363 545 advance register for summer quarter
College Eye 43:32, p.3
364 Mason and Carter to teach here
College Eye 43:32, p.1
5/30/1952 Robert Mason and Robert Carter will teach here this summer.
365 The third annual Iowa Teachers Conservation Camp at Springbrook State Park near Guthrie Center will offer three study sessions this summer
Public Relations News Release 1952:552, p.1
3/3/1952 Emery Will, camp director, said this summer's extra session will be designed for secondary school teachers. In the past two years sessions were held only for elementary teachers.
366 Summer session changes released
College Eye 43:8, p.1
367 During the 1952 summer session, no classes in grades eight through twelve will be offered in the Campus School
Public Relations News Release 1951:107, p.1
11/6/1951 Registrar Marshall R. Beard said decreased enrollments in those grades at the School during recent summers resulted in the decision. Summer classes in grades one through seven will be held.
368 To test in class hour
College Eye 42:41, p.6
8/10/1951 No special final examination schedule.
369 Invitations to an Arithmetic Workshop for Elementary Teachers have been sent to 105 teachers in Harrison County
Public Relations News Release 1950:423, p.1
7/19/1951 William H. Dreier, director of the branch summer school announced the workshop will be held on Friday morning, July 20th, in the Missouri Valley high school building. Special consultant for the day will be E. W. Hamilton of the mathmatics department.
370 Interviews recorded at the branch summer school at Missouri Valley will be broadcast Thursday, July 19 over WOI, Ames
Public Relations News Release 1950:420, p.1
7/16/1951 Radio Program Director Herbert V. Hake said the 15-minute program will be part of the college's regular "Inside the College" radio series. Interviews with three students and Branch School Director William Dreier will highlight the program.
371 Summer offers varied recreation
College Eye 42:36, p.2
7/6/1951 Suggestions for summer recreation.
372 State conservation officers were caught using illegal practices recently in Springbrook State park, near Guthrie Center. But it was part of the game
Public Relations News Release 1950:413, p.1
7/5/1951 The officers staged the setup so 52 teachers could distinguish unlawful methods of fishing, trapping, and hunting, said G. W. Mouser, director of the Teachers Conservation camp being held in the park. Teachers listed.
373 Sabin's report on rural schools, 1897
Hart--Irving Harlow (Extension Faculty and Archivist)
First 75 Years 0:0, p.117
7/1/1951 Report outlines recommendations for improvement of rural education; the Normal School opens a summer session to help meet needs of rural teachers.
374 Missouri Valley - the three-day art workshop branch summer school here was concluded Thursday (June 21) with an exhibit of students work
Public Relations News Release 1950:408, p.1
6/26/1951 The 38 students who completed the workshop course showed examples of work in finger painting, chalk and crayon, paper mache and clay. Violet M. Eckhoff and F. J. Browne conducted the workshop. Students are listed.
375 The three-day art workshop of the Iowa State Teachers College branch summer school here was concluded Thursday, June 21
Public Relations News Release 1950:407, p.1
6/26/1951 The 38 students who completed the workshop course showed examples of work in finger painting, chalk and crayon, paper mache and clay. Violet M. Eckhoff and F. J. Browne conducted the workshop. Students listed.
376 Alumni of the college in five western Iowa counties will hold a mid-summer reunion Sunday evening, July 1
Public Relations News Release 1950:404, p.1
6/25/1951 Special guest at the reunion will be President J. W. Maucker. G. E. Myers, in charge of alumni affairs will present a short program of campus and television movies filmed at Cedar Falls. Nearly 400 graduates have been invited to the reunion.
377 Dr. J. W. Maucker, president of Iowa State Teachers college, will be the main speaker at Superintendent's Day here Monday, July 2
Public Relations News Release 1950:404, p.1
6/25/1951 The visiting administrators will be lunch guests of the Missouri Valley chamber of commerce. Community residents are invited to hear Maucker's address according to William Dreier, director of the branch summer school.
378 New Curriculum
Public Relations News Release 1950:402, p.1
6/20/1951 A major curriculum revision for degree students began with this summer's instruction. Daryl Pendergraft will coordinate the new program, which required seven years of faculty committee preparation.
379 Another summer session
Fisher--Helen Arlene (Class of 1952)
College Eye 42:33, p.2
6/15/1951 Lists advantages of summer school at ISTC.
380 Nelson announces new professors
College Eye 42:33, p.3
6/15/1951 List of summer session appointments.
381 Food and housing fees for the summer session are higher than last year's, according to Business Manager Philip C. Jennings
Public Relations News Release 1950:392, p.1
6/11/1951 Room rates for the 10-week session are $40 and meals cost $99. Last summer's fees were $30 and $95 respectively. The student fee is $36.
382 A United Nations flag will be presented to Iowa State Teachers College at the summer convocation at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, June 12
Public Relations News Release 1950:390, p.1
6/5/1951 The flag will be a gift of the Cedar Falls chapter of United World Federalists. Organist George Samson will play an organ prelude and Tenor Maurice Gerow will sing a vocal solo. The convocation will mark the first day of summer session classes.
383 A United Nations flag will be presented to the college at the summer convocation assembly
Public Relations News Release 1950:389, p.1
6/5/1951 The flag will be a gift of the Cedar Falls chapter of United World Federalists, according to Frank Hill of the convocations committee. President J. W. Maucker will address the assembly on "Mid-Century Perspective."
384 Ralph P. Norman
Public Relations News Release 1950:390, p.1
6/5/1951 Norman, a University of Minnesota faculty memberfrom St. Paul, will be a visiting professor during the summer session at the college where he will teach in the industrial arts department. A resident of St. Paul,
385 Willard J. Poppy
Public Relations News Release 1950:390, p.1
6/5/1951 Poppy, Assistant professor of physics at the college, will be a visiting professor of physics at the 8-week summer session of the State University of Iowa.
386 Three new appointments as visiting professors for the summer session have been announced by Martin J. Nelson, Dean of Faculty
Public Relations News Release 1950:387, p.1
6/1/1951 The appointees are Evelyn Wenzel, assistant professor of elementary education, Indiana State Teachers College, Oliver C. Olson, principal of Howell school, and Frederick A. White, a 1951 candidate for the doctor's degree at the University of Wisconsin.
387 Summer school work to begin on June 12
College Eye 42:32, p.1
388 A three-day art workshop will be a special feature of this summer's Summer school at Missouri Valley
Public Relations News Release 1950:382, p.1
5/26/1951 Violet M. Eckhoff of Binney & Smith company, art suppliers, will conduct the workshop, which will be open to all teachers in the Missouri Valley area. William H. Dreier is director of the summer school.
389 This summer's campus elementary school enrollment will exceed the school's normal enrollment, Principal Tom D. Horn announced today
Public Relations News Release 1950:376, p.1
5/22/1951 About 380 pupils, in nursery school through seventh grade, have already registered for the eight-week session which starts Monday, June 18. Present campus elementary school supervisors are listed.
390 Dr. Lloyd V. Douglas will teach two graduate courses at Northwestern University
Public Relations News Release 1950:362, p.1
5/14/1951 Douglas, head of the business education department, will teach two graduate courses, this summer, in business education at Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois.
391 Officials at the college have announced the appointment of two Missouri Valley residents to supplement the college's 1951 branch summer school staff
Public Relations News Release 1950:355, p.1
5/10/1951 They are Mrs. Joe B. Ryan, secretary, and Mattie Scebold, librarian. James Kercheval, of the college's science department, will replace James Ferrell who was originally named to the school's science faculty. Ferrell has been recalled to military service.
392 The Campus School
Alumnus 35:2, p.1
5/1/1951 Will hold eight-week elementary summer term.
393 The public education career of Gilbert S. Willey is notably distinguished
Public Relations News Release 1950:310, p.1
4/13/1951 The well-known educator received his bachelor's degree from the University of Illinois in 1920. Between then an 1924 he taught in the Gurnee, Ill., high school, The University of Illinois, and the Eastern Illinois (Charleston) State Teachers College.
394 The Campus school playground at the College won't be deserted this summer.
Public Relations News Release 1950:283, p.1
3/29/1951 An eight-week elementary school term starting Monday, June 18, and a nine-week high school term starting Wednesday, June 13, were announced today by Dwight Curtis, head of the college's teaching department. The terms will end August 10 and 15, respectivel
395 Announce summer faculty for ISTC's branch summer school at Missouri Valley
Public Relations News Release 1950:237, p.1
2/23/1951 Six faculty members will be on the eight-person staff from June 11 to August 17.William Dreier, education instructor will direct the school. Regular college courses in the four and two-year curricula will be offered.
396 1950 Leaves Mark on ISTC Campus
Public Relations News Release 1950:165, p.1
12/29/1950 A presidential inauguration, the fifth in 74 years, was one of several major changes during 1950. Starting last June a minor in journalism was offered. Plans were approved for granting a major in library science starting next June.
397 ISTC Branch School to be at Missouri Valley Next Summer
Public Relations News Release 1950:162, p.1
12/21/1950 William Dreier will driect the school at Missouri Valley from June 11 to August 17, President J. W. Maucker announced today. Dreier is an instructor in the education department and a specialist in rural education.
398 Old saying, 'only one more week' has another meaning to a student
Mayer--Roselyn M. (Student--1953)
College Eye 41:38, p.6
8/4/1950 The good and bad points of the ending of the summer session are given.
399 Registrar announces a short summer session
College Eye 41:38, p.3
8/4/1950 Tentative plans are underway for a summer session in 1951.
400 324 are enrolled for elementary in Campus School
College Eye 41:31, p.1
6/16/1950 For summer session.


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