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Talbott--Robert Dean (History Faculty)

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1 History research gift honors UNI faculty
Northern Iowa Today 95:1, p.23
4/1/2012 Kevin Boatright gave $5000 to support research by undergraduates in the Department of History; photo.
2 Profile: the retirement "Class of '95-'96"
Campus News Network 6:17, p.3
5/6/1996 Retirees share memories of their years at UNI; photo.
3 Castro consequences
Public Relations News Release 1995:249, p.1
3/4/1996 UNI professor sees no long term problems between U.S. and Cuba over the downing of two American planes.
4 Hope for Havana?
Public Relations News Release 1995:169, p.1
1/1/1996 Cuba has been affected by the breakup of the Soviet Union.
5 Cuba in post-Soviet Union era topic for University of Northern Iowa History Lecture Wednesday, November 15
Public Relations News Release 1995:128, p.1
11/10/1995 Theme for history lecture at UNI announced.
6 Letting his people go.
Public Relations News Release 1994:48, p.1
9/19/1994 The reason for Castro allowing some Cubans to leave is difficult to figure out.
7 Sources
Public Relations News Release 1994:32, p.1
9/12/1994 Pending invasion of Haiti is the topic for discussion this week.
8 Sources
Public Relations News Release 1994:12, p.1
8/29/1994 Cuba and the baseball boycott are topics for discussion.
9 University of Northern Iowa Civic Arts Association
Campus News Network 4:23, p.3
8/22/1994 University of Northern Iowa Civic Arts Association names officers.
10 Sources
Public Relations News Release 1993:666, p.1
7/25/1994 Topics for discussion this week include; Haiti and faculty insights into Syria and Kuwait.
11 University of Northern Iowa announces civic officers
Public Relations News Release 1993:670, p.1
6/24/1994 Civic Arts Association announces officers.
12 Walking that fine line.
Public Relations News Release 1993:225, p.1
11/29/1993 Robert Talbott feels that the U.S. must not get militarily involved in every outbreak around the world, but can not stay complacent.
13 Embargo evaluation.
Public Relations News Release 1993:139, p.1
10/25/1993 Robert Talbott says the embargo surrounding Haiti may not accomplish its intended objective.
14 Sources of further information
Public Relations News Release 1993:131, p.1
10/18/1993 Haitian embargo and Iowa's sex education program are this week's topics for discussion.
15 Sources for this week's Discussion Forum
Public Relations News Release 1993:44, p.1
9/13/1993 Haiti and peace in the Middle East are the topics for discussion this week.
16 Sources for Topics of Discussion
Public Relations News Release 1992:768, p.1
7/26/1993 Nicaragua and drought resistant crops are the topics for discussion this week.
17 Should we remember him as an explorer or exploiter?
Public Relations News Release 1992:108, p.1
10/12/1992 Robert Talbott justifies the celebration of Columbus Day because of the crucial part he played in American history.
18 Alumna donates rare Eskimo masks to University Museum
Northern Iowa Today 20:1, p.7
3/1/1992 Dorothy Ray makes gift.
19 A double whammy.
Public Relations News Release 1991:393, p.1
2/17/1992 Robert Talbott says that to understand the plight of Haitians, we must go back in time. Today's fiasco originated years ago when Haiti broke away from French control.
20 UNI Museum celebrates 100th anniversary; featuring special exhibit in Union Expansion
Northern Iowan 88:33, p.8
1/31/1992 Professor Talbott talks about the collection and the programs; photo.
21 Alumna donates rare Eskimo masks to University of Northern Iowa Museum
Public Relations News Release 1991:338, p.1
1/23/1992 Dorothy Jean Ray has donated rare Eskimo masks to the University Museum.
22 UNI Museum celebrates one century
Campus News Network 2:9, p.1
1/13/1992 Will present exhibit; photo.
23 UNI Museum enters second century
Northern Iowa Today 75:2, p.22
1/1/1992 Brief history of Museum; photo.
24 Columbus example of 'self-made man' according to Northern Iowa professor
Public Relations News Release 1991:298, p.1
12/19/1991 Dean Talbott states that Columbus educated himself and was a skilled map maker.
25 University of Northern Iowa Museum accreditation renewed
Public Relations News Release 1991:230, p.1
11/19/1991 The American Association of Museums has granted the UNI Museum its highest honor, subsequent accreditation.
26 Who sailed the ocean blue? Myths about Columbus.
Public Relations News Release 1991:134, p.1
10/14/1991 There is debate about which explorer really discovered America.
27 University of Northern Iowa to host Midwest Association for Latin American Studies annual meeting October 11-12.
Public Relations News Release 1991:125, p.1
10/8/1991 Keith Hunte and Francesca Miller are featured speakers at Latin American Studies annual meeting.
28 History lecture on U.S.-Panama relations scheduled for October 17 at University of Northern Iowa.
Public Relations News Release 1990:116, p.1
10/11/1990 Forty years of U.S.-Panama relations to be presented at UNI. The canal treaties negotiations and disagreements will be covered.
29 Can the American mind be reopened?; rethinking undergraduate education
Northern Iowa Today 73:1, p.6
7/1/1989 Survey of recent efforts by UNI to enhance quality of undergraduate education; photo.
30 University of Northern Iowa names recipients of presidential scholarships.
Public Relations News Release 1988:221, p.1
12/22/1988 List of students recieveing the four-year full-ride scholarship. Students must maintain academic excellence.
31 What do the Baltimore Orioles and Mexico have in common?
Public Relations News Release 1988:398, p.1
5/2/1988 Robert Talbott says today's south of the border fiesta celebrates perhaps the lone triumph in Mexico's history, a winning battle waged against France some 125 years ago today.
32 Faculty Senate elects officers for next year
Thomas--Daniel Carl (Class of 1988)
Northern Iowan 84:57, p.1
4/29/1988 Professor Krogmann elected chair; Susann Doody elected vice chair; hear reports on headship study, writing, international study, and Presidential Scholars.
33 Northern Iowa names recipients of prestigious presidential scholarships
Public Relations News Release 1987:177, p.1
12/16/1987 The Presidential Scholars board selects the third class of high school seniors to receive the four-year Presidential Scholar awards. Professor Robert Talbott leads the selection committee. Recipients are listed.
34 Radio News Network Broadcast Briefs
Public Relations News Release 1987:73, p.1
10/7/1987 Robert Talbott speaks on Christopher Columbus' role in North American slavery. Wayne Anderson estimates the chance of earthquakes occurring in Iowa. Forrest Dolgener reviews cholesterol guidelines. Charles Means announces the rise of minority test scores.
35 Outstanding freshmen awarded full-ride academic scholarship
Northern Iowan 84:1, p.6
8/25/1987 Procedures and standards for Presidential Scholars; list of fifteen new scholars.
36 UNI names recipients of prestigious Presidential Scholarships
Public Relations News Release 1986:186, p.1
1/26/1987 The second set of high school seniors to receive the Presidential Scholarships was selected. The scholarships cover four years of tuition and living costs for the students. Includes a list of recipients with their hometowns.
37 UNI names recipients of prestigious Presidential & Merit scholarships
Public Relations News Release 1986:135, p.1
12/16/1986 Four-year renewable Presidential and Merit scholarships were granted to one-hundred and twenty high school seniors. Students must have had an ACT score of twenty-eight, and been in the top tenth percent of their class. Includes a list of recipients.
38 What's Up
Northern Iowan 83:11, p.6
10/3/1986 Meetings and activities.
39 Bringing the basics into focus; substantive changes made in general education program
Northern Iowa Today 14:3, p.1
6/1/1986 Close look at newly-revised program.
40 Involvement in Central America
Northern Iowan 82:53, p.14
4/25/1986 Panel discusses US role in Central America as part of peace day activities; photo.
41 World peace issues discussed at UNI April 21-23
Public Relations News Release 1986:366, p.1
4/15/1986 The effect of military spending on the farm economy, humanitarian efforts in Nicaragua and survival after a nuclear holocaust are all examples of topics that will be addressed either through presentations, panels or films.
42 First scholars selected
VerMulm--Lisa Joy (Class of 1987)
Northern Iowan 82:29, p.10
1/24/1986 List of students named as Presidential Scholars.
43 UNI names 15 Presidential Scholars, 15 Merit Scholar recipients
Public Relations News Release 1986:194, p.1
1/7/1986 The students will begin their studies at UNI in the fall of 1986 and are free to choose any major; the Presidential awards are four year full-rides while the Merit awards are two thousand dollars for each four years. List of winners.
44 43 outstanding students to vie for presidential scholar awards at UNI Nov. 4-5
Public Relations News Release 1985:117, p.1
10/31/1985 Fifteen of the high school competitors will win four-year full-ride scholarships and fifteen others will win $2,000 scholarships; the competition includes writing an essay and being interviewed; competitors are listed.
45 New honors program
Welch--James D. (Laboratory School Faculty)
Northern Iowan 82:15, p.10
10/25/1985 Fifteen Presidential Scholarships and fifteen additional merit scholarships will be awarded in fall 1986.
46 Presidential scholar
Alumnus 70:3, p.14
10/1/1985 Fifteen students will be admitted in fall 1986; outline of program.
47 Honors encourages excellence
Northern Iowa Today 13:2, p.1
3/1/1985 Honors program will begin with Presidential Scholarships in fall 1986; objectives of program.
48 Price calls U.S. policy economically motivated: Two professors speak about Central America
Walton--Thomas Herrity (Class of 1986)
Northern Iowan 81:30, p.1
1/29/1985 Professors Price and Talbott offer views on Central America; photo.
49 The lonely study of a non-English world
Alumnus 66:4, p.20
1/1/1983 Exploration of the difficulty of getting students involved in area studies programs; photo.
50 Student interest in history on the rise
Old Gold 0:0, p.43
6/1/1982 An increase of majors and minors in History are increasing, showing marked interest in the field; photo.


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