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Thomson--Leland A. (Class of 1956; Facilities Planning Staff)

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Title Date Summary
151 Fire improvements made
Northern Iowan 78:21, p.3
11/17/1981 Leland Thomson talks about the fire safety improvements that have been made recently.
152 War waged on Dry Run Creek
Mielke--Kurt L
Northern Iowan 78:14, p.4
10/23/1981 Leland Thomson discusses plans for Dry Run Creek.
153 Fire marshal's report commends UNI for improvements
Public Relations News Release 1981:97, p.1
10/14/1981 Fire inspections take place every two years. Prior violations have been addressed and a plan will be made to bring the new concerns to a satisfactory conclusion.
154 Dry run Creek work to cause parking lot changes at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1981:90, p.1
10/13/1981 Forty per cent of the cars parked in the gravel lot north of the UNI-Dome will need to be moved prior to start of flood control construction on the University branch of Dry Run Creek.
155 Variety of events planned for UNI alumni
Public Relations News Release 1981:57, p.1
9/24/1981 Alumni from Classes of 1931, 1941, and 1956 to be honored; roster of those to be honored with Alumni Achievement Awards and Alumni Service Awards; schedule of activities.
156 Thomson memorial contributed to theatre
Alumnus 66:2, p.22
5/1/1981 Five Page prints will hang in Strayer-Wood Theatre.
157 Bit of heritage was lost when gateway was razed
Watts--Jennifer S.
Northern Iowan 77:28, p.5
1/27/1981 Seerley Boulevard gateway demolished on November 19 to make wider access for emergency vehicles; had been build with funds raised by Class of 1912; plaques saved.
158 Residence hall fire contained to one room
UNI Century 8:4, p.3
10/1/1980 Student Timothy John Nesbit killed in Dancer Hall fire; administrators discuss building construction and life safety.
159 Campus almost barrier-free
Alumnus 65:3, p.9
9/1/1980 Nearing end of four year effort to make campus accessible.
160 Seven buildings to be remodeled for better energy efficiency
Northern Iowan 76:41, p.6
3/7/1980 Seven UNI buildings will be remodeled as part of an energy conservation project. The buildings included in this project are the Commons, the Education Center, Gilchrist Hall, the Library, Russell Hall, Sabin Hall, and Seerley Hall; will cost $450,000.
161 Increased home ec enrollment poses space problems at Wright
Northern Iowan 76:30, p.4
1/29/1980 Mary Franken reports that there is a need for additional lecture rooms, laboratories, and office space.
162 Old Aud roof fixed
Northern Iowan 76:2, p.17
9/7/1979 $75,000 was spent in repairs to the roof of the Auditorium over the summer.
163 Old Administration Building scheduled to be razed
Alumnus 64:3, p.7
9/1/1979 Leland Thompson outlines reasons for building's destruction.
164 Elevator construction underway; to provide better access
Witzenburg--Donna K. (Student--1978)
Northern Iowan 75:26, p.11
12/8/1978 Elevator being installed in Wright Hall.
165 Analyst handles reallocation of vacant space in UNI buildings
Northern Iowan 74:49, p.3
4/11/1978 Leland Thomson is head of Facilities Planning and Space Assignment; Dr. Thomson talks about his responsibilities.
166 Alumna's gift provides campus landscaping
Alumnus 61:3, p.23
9/1/1976 Professor Short's bequest will be used to landscape northeast corner of campus.
167 Prexy's; changes in store
Northern Iowan 72:61, p.1
7/14/1976 Pond built for canoeing in 1932; committee recommends cleaning in up so that it will look nice; photo.
168 The ups and downs of getting around campus
Alumnus 61:2, p.6
5/1/1976 Campus efforts to make facilities more accessible to the handicapped; photo.
169 Landscaping grant received
Northern Iowan 72:45, p.7
3/23/1976 Thelma Short leaves $15,975 for landscaping projects, especially in the northeast corner of campus.
170 Speech/Art designs being finalized
Northern Iowan 72:45, p.5
3/23/1976 Leland Thomson talks about plans for the facilities.
171 Administrative Council reaches compromise
Northern Iowan 72:44, p.1
3/19/1976 On 18-7 vote, Council will allow one men's and one women's hall to have 24-hour visitation.
172 Speech-Arts Complex bids approved
Alumnus 60:4, p.8
12/1/1975 Phase I budget of $5,153,873 approved; description of proposed facilities; groundbreaking ceremony held; theater to be named in honor of Professors Strayer and Wood; photo.
173 Speech-Art complex specs complete
Northern Iowan 72:1, p.1
8/29/1975 Leland Thomson talks about the specifications that were recently given to contractors; bids will be opened September 4.
174 Plans finalized for speech-art building
UNI Century 3:2, p.11
3/1/1975 Plans nearing completion for theater; planners talk about other features of complex; photo.
175 Speech/art plans near completion
Northern Iowan 71:28, p.1
12/13/1974 Leland Thomson talks about the development of plans for the Speech/Art Complex; first phase will cost $4.6 million.
176 Speech/Art plans approved
Northern Iowan 71:8, p.5
9/27/1974 Regents approve preliminary plans for $4.5 million, 78,000 square foot Phase 1 building.
177 Eight on staff named outstanding
UNI Century 2:3, p.2
6/1/1974 List of professors named "Outstanding Educators of America for 1974".
178 Eight UNI educators are honored
Northern Iowan 70:52, p.14
5/3/1974 Roster of those honored as "outstanding educators of America".
179 Untitled
Northern Iowan 70:19, p.6
11/16/1973 Leland Thomson, Geoffrey Grimes, and Alvin Rudisill discuss plans for UNI's Industrial Arts and Technology building; photo.
180 New education center features media system
Northern Iowan 70:1, p.4
9/14/1973 Leland Thomson describes the new facility.
181 Changes--a new face for UNI
Grassman--James R.
Alumnus 57:4, p.4
12/1/1972 A look at the new buildings on campus; examination of planned growth and need for more construction; photo.
182 Thomson elected as Phi Delta Kappa representative
Northern Iowan 69:14, p.5
10/31/1972 Leland Thomson will serve on regional panel.
183 Faces old and new fill posts at UNI
Alumnus 57:3, p.10
9/1/1972 Short sketches of those appointed to administrative positions; photo.
184 Thomson appointed assistant in technical planning
Northern Iowan 64:62, p.4
7/19/1968 Will assist Mr. Beard; brief biographical sketch.
185 Alpha Chi Epsilon
Old Gold 0:0, p.249
6/1/1956 Brief description of the group; photo.
186 Applied Skills
Old Gold 0:0, p.132
6/1/1956 Brief description of the group; photo.
187 Bachelor of Arts
Old Gold 0:0, p.282
6/1/1956 Directory of graduates; photo.
188 Seerley Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.124
6/1/1956 Brief description of the building; photo.
189 Westminster Fellowship
Old Gold 0:0, p.246
6/1/1956 Brief description of the group; photo.
190 Chi's Practice "True Brotherhood"
Old Gold 0:0, p.241
6/1/1955 Description of the Alpha Chi Epsilon fraternity and some of the events that the Chi's take part in, such as picnics, "coke" dates, and a Hobo party; photos.
191 Presbyterians Feature Service Projects
Old Gold 0:0, p.238
6/1/1955 Description and photos of the Presbyterian Fellowship; photos.
192 Seerley, Newest Men's Dormitory
Old Gold 0:0, p.108
6/1/1955 Description of the Dormitory with photos of the House Council and of Bob Boderman getting his hair cut by Ron Bro; photos.
193 Student Counselors
Old Gold 0:0, p.116
6/1/1955 This photo accompanies the feature on the duties of the counselors in aiding the freshmen students and is located at the bottom of the page; photo.
194 Froyen wins presidential race; elected by 6 votes; Adams, Schroeder, Fellows also win
College Eye 46:24, p.1
3/18/1955 Complete election results and vote tallies; photo.
195 Froyen, Thomson win primary; Lucas, Adams on veep ballot
College Eye 46:23, p.1
3/11/1955 List of candidates for campus offices; photo.
196 Four run for SLB; hold primary Mar. 17
College Eye 46:22, p.1
197 Jeffersonian Club
Old Gold 0:0, p.243
6/1/1948 Brief description of the group; photo.
198 McCuskey's mighty matmen among the nation's best
Old Gold 0:0, p.182
6/1/1948 Brief description of the activity; photo.
199 Religious organizations
Old Gold 0:0, p.265
6/1/1948 List of members; photo.
200 Religious organizations
Old Gold 0:0, p.265
6/1/1948 List of members; photo.


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