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TePaske--E. Russell (Biology Faculty)

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1 UNI; I am living the legacy!
Northern Iowa Today 95:2, p.18
6/1/2012 Seven members of the Stout family have attended UNI over the past eighty-seven years; photo.
2 Elderhostel draws 'senior' students from Iowa and beyond to University of Northern Iowa for summer classes
Public Relations News Release 1997:410, p.1
7/23/1998 Elderhostel allows students of at least 55 years of age to participate in summer classes at UNI.
3 Elderhostel draws 'senior' students from Iowa and beyond to University of Northern Iowa for summer classes
Public Relations News Release 1997:411, p.1
7/23/1998 Elderhostel allows students of at least 55 years of age to participate in summer classes at UNI.
4 Long-term employees to be recognized at University of Northern Iowa April 21
Public Relations News Release 1989:538, p.1
4/9/1990 Twenty-four university retirees are honored at the annual Recognition Breakfast in the Commons. Those honored have spent at least ten years of service to the University. Tickets are made available through the Controller's Office.
5 Larger budget includes pay raises for faculty
Kittrell--Catherine
Northern Iowan 85:58, p.1
6/16/1989 A look at specific parts of the budget; approve several administrative appointments.
6 Issues discussed: Earth may be facing doom
Wright--Michelle (Class of 1990)
Northern Iowan 85:55, p.9
4/28/1989 Teleconference scheduled.
7 Two University of Northern Iowa students receive J.S. Latta Scholarships.
Public Relations News Release 1988:223, p.1
12/22/1988 Jeffery Rathmell received a $500 cash scholarship for his competence in General Biology I and II and for his overall competence. Kaye Jager received a $90 J.S. Latta Undergarduate Research Grant.
8 Dubuque native Mark Burdt recieves J.S. Latta Undergraduate Research Award.
Public Relations News Release 1988:211, p.1
12/15/1988 The award was based on academic achievement, a letter of reference from Burdt's sponsoring instructor and his reseach proposal. The award will go to fund his reseach project, "Ear and Tassel in the Teosinte."
9 All students need to acquire the 'Write Stuff'
Saucer--Caroline
Northern Iowan 85:17, p.13
10/25/1988 Faculty talk about the quality of writing that they see in their classes; find value in writing well.
10 UNI chemistry students gain chance to be Smokey the Bear
Holstrom--Jennifer
Northern Iowan 85:12, p.11
10/7/1988 Professor TePaske looks at the current programs of the Biology Department.
11 Northern Iowa names operations auditor, acting dean, acting department heads.
Public Relations News Release 1988:49, p.1
9/15/1988 Timothy McKenna, John Somervill, Ruth Anderson, Mohammed Fahmy, Russell E. TePaske, Marion Thompson and Robert Ward named new positions.
12 Untitled
Northern Iowa Today 16:3, p.1
9/1/1988 Professors, students, and alumni talk about the way biology is taught at UNI; photo.
13 UNI programs with China strengthened; international studies office notes new arrangements
Public Relations News Release 1986:467, p.1
6/26/1986 Ways to improve an exchange program between UNI and several Chinese schools were discussed during a visit to China by Richard Newell and Jonathan Lu; Newell says UNI has been impressed with the quality of the Chinese scholars who have visited UNI.
14 Conservation Club plans field day
Skinner--Gwynne
Northern Iowan 82:5, p.7
9/17/1985 Will hold program at Hickory Hills.
15 UNI & Hartman Reserve Invite Nature Lovers to 'Natural History Field Day' at Hickory Hills Park Sept. 21
Public Relations News Release 1985:34, p.1
9/13/1985 Everyone was welcome to the 'National History Field Day' where visitors attend sessions about nature and can go hiking, canoeing, or wildlife viewing.
16 China Seminar Series to begin this week
Northern Iowan 80:44, p.3
3/20/1984 Department of Geography will sponsor series; schedule.
17 Department strives to make an impact
Old Gold 0:0, p.34
6/1/1982 The Department of Biology concerns itself in active contribution within the state of Iowa; photo.
18 Biology
Old Gold 0:0, p.39
6/1/1979 The Department of Biology offers many opportunities to students with scientific interests; the biology courses are mainly held in the newly constructed science building, also in an arboretum, two local forest preserves, and in a prairie preserve; photo.
19 Theatre panel chosen
Northern Iowan 75:42, p.4
3/9/1979 Will discuss "The Runner Stumbles".
20 After the vote: an analysis of the program; students, faculty, administrators give reactions
Vorman--Julie A. (Class of 1979)
Northern Iowan 75:13, p.3
10/13/1978 Concerns for low voter turnout and little change from previous program.
21 G. E. pilot still has kinks; series continues
Bowman--Julie
Northern Iowan 73:12, p.1
10/12/1976 New general education pilot program uses a new educational concept.
22 Lectures
Northern Iowan 73:1, p.8
8/31/1976 Phi Alpha Theta series announced.
23 Profs go back to school
UNI Century 3:2, p.12
3/1/1975 Several professors take advantage of AAAS short courses; photo.
24 How to unify the General Ed program; part II
Reese--Dennis
Northern Iowan 69:53, p.7
5/8/1973 Most faculty believe in some degree of choice.
25 General Ed forces competition between departments; an exercise in survival
Northern Iowan 69:51, p.8
5/1/1973 Recent history of program changes; faculty speculate on problems of currently permissive situation.
26 Chance for life on other planets?
Carel--Barbara J. (Class of 1975)
Northern Iowan 69:47, p.8
4/17/1973 Professor TePaske and others speculate on possibilities at Physics Club.
27 Points--replies
Morgan--David Lloyd (Philosophy and Religion Faculty).
Northern Iowan 69:19, p.2
11/17/1972 Professor Morgan replies to Professor TePaske regarding authority.
28 Dissent and authority
Haman--Albert Charles (Biology Faculty)
Northern Iowan 69:17, p.2
11/10/1972 Professor Haman responds to Professor TePaske's ideas on authority over the university.
29 An open letter
TePaske--E. Russell (Biology Faculty)
Northern Iowan 69:14, p.3
10/31/1972 Professor TePaske believes analogies of earlier letter will not hold up.
30 The real truth about bats; UNI Professor TePaske is expert
Northern Iowan 68:26, p.7
1/7/1972 Extended article about Professor Tepaske's work with bats; photo.
31 UNI Prof is Expert on Bats
Public Relations News Release 1972:222, p.1
12/27/1971 Dr. E. Russell TePaske explains the myths and facts about bats.
32 UNI Begins New 'General Education' Program
Public Relations News Release 1971:727, p.1
7/20/1971 40 credit hours of general education will be required next semester, in comparison to the previous requirement of 55 credit hours.
33 30 Attending Biology Institute at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1971:679, p.1
6/16/1971 A Summer Institute in Biology is being held at UNI from June 14 to August 6; list of participants
34 Regents Approve Promotions of 32 Faculty Members at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1971:529, p.1
4/12/1971 List of faculty members with approved promotions.
35 UNI to Hold Summer Institute in Biology
Public Relations News Release 1970:284, p.1
1/7/1971 An institue for 32 junior and senior high school life science and biology teachers will be offered next summer at UNI from June 14 to August 15.
36 General Education: a new program
Dunham--Douglas E.
UNI Quarterly 1:3, p.11
4/1/1970 Lengthy look at the reasons for and the development of the general education program
37 To Speak on Educational Innovations at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1969:144, p.1
11/6/1969 Dr. Warren Bryan Martin to speak on the subject "A New Curriculum for New Times."
38 UNI General Education Speaker Named
Public Relations News Release 1969:92, p.1
10/22/1969 Dr. Stanford P. Ericksen, from the University of Michigan is speaker.
39 General Education Committee to Sponsor Speaker-Consultants
Public Relations News Release 1969:28, p.1
9/22/1969 The committee, which is made up of 10 faculty members and five students, was appointed by President Maucker in 1968 to study the gen ed program and to make future recommendations.
40 Experimental design needed; Dr. TePaske interim report
Northern Iowan 65:66, p.5
7/25/1969 Professor TePaske outlines problems and possible solutions.
41 Student faculty reaction
Northern Iowan 65:37, p.1
2/18/1969 Students and faculty offer opinions on budget, anti-riot bill, and voting age.
42 AAUP discuss 'Unionism'
Northern Iowan 65:33, p.3
2/4/1969 Professors discuss history and strategy.
43 Life Science, Biology institute to be offered
Northern Iowan 65:31, p.6
1/10/1969 Aimed at teachers who need to strengthen their science background.
44 Maucker receives award for academic freedom
Northern Iowan 64:52, p.1
4/30/1968 President Maucker honored with AAUP's Meiklejohn Award; photo.
45 $61,550 grant for summer Science Institute
Northern Iowan 64:29, p.4
2/2/1968 Will be used for life sciences symposium.
46 AAUP nominates Maucker for Meiklejohn Award
Northern Iowan 64:29, p.1
2/2/1968 Would recognize President Maucker for his role in defending academic freedom.
47 Dr. Tepaske to be dinner guest today
Northern Iowan 64:9, p.8
10/10/1967 Dinner with the Prof.
48 Previews
Northern Iowan 64:9, p.8
10/10/1967 Activities and meetings.
49 Previews
Northern Iowan 64:8, p.12
10/6/1967 Activities and meetings.
50 Tepaskes to be dinner guests Tuesday night
Northern Iowan 64:8, p.4
10/6/1967 Will be guests at second Dinner with the Prof.

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