# Trimble--Harold C. (Bud) (Mathematics Faculty)

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Enrollment and staffing Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty) A Century of Leadership and Service 2:0, p.151 |
7/1/1995 | Meeting the challenge of post-war enrollment increases; photo. | |

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The Educational Policies Commission Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty) A Century of Leadership and Service 2:0, p.154 |
7/1/1995 | The foundation and role of the EPC; its early work; its relationship with college administrators; photo. | |

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Solving the math problem Blake--Debra J. (Class of 1977; Public Relations Staff) Nonpareil 71:4, p.14 |
9/1/1987 | UNI faculty past and present have been involved in shaping mathematics curriculum nationally. | |

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Retired faculty recall math at UNIAlumnus 66:4, p.10 |
1/1/1983 | Seminar brings back faculty to discuss history of math at UNI; photo. | |

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Math conference set Boerm--Traci Northern Iowan 79:5, p.8 |
9/14/1982 | Former professors will be guests. | |

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SCI staff members publish new booksAlumnus 48:4, p.5 |
12/1/1963 | List of authors and their work. | |

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Hamilton assumes post as head of Math DepartmentAlumnus 48:2, p.6 |
5/1/1963 | Succeeds Professor Trimble; photo. | |

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Dr. Hamilton named to head math departmentCollege Eye 57:26, p.5 |
4/19/1963 | Brief profile of Professor Hamilton; will replace Professor Trimble. | |

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Professors become authors: professors write on China, esthetics, business Thomas--Kenneth (Student--1962) College Eye 57:16, p.5 |
1/25/1963 | A look at the research and publications of several faculty; photo. | |

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Dr. Harold Trimble, math head, resignsAlumnus 47:4, p.10 |
12/1/1962 | Will move to Ohio State. | |

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Dr. Harold Trimble resigns as head of math departmentCollege Eye 57:11, p.4 |
11/30/1962 | Will take position at Ohio State University; profile of his achievements; photo. | |

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Trimble: mathematics curriculum changing radically Trimble--Harold C. (Bud) (Mathematics Faculty) College Eye 56:35, p.2 |
6/29/1962 | Calls for a reorganization of mathematics teaching methods. | |

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Two and two are still four--but . . . . Crumley--Richard D. Alumnus 46:4, p.1 |
12/1/1961 | Professor Crumley discusses the new math; recounts history of achievements of Math Department; photo. | |

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University of Beirut professor to speak at SCIPublic Relations News Release 1960:523, p.1 |
7/19/1961 | Professor Edward Kennedy, a professional historian, scientist, and archaeologist who specializes in the study of medieval Arabian cultures, appears in the auditorium of Sabin Hall to speak on ancient and medieval planetary theories of the Middle East. | |

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ISTC faculty to science academy meetingPublic Relations News Release 1960:323, p.1 |
4/6/1961 | Professors Harold. C. Trimble, and Warren E. Picklum will attend the twenty-third annual session of the Iowa Academy of Science. Trimble is chairman of the mathematics division of the session, and Picklum is to head the botany section. | |

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Mathematician to speak hereCollege Eye 52:24, p.1 |
3/24/1961 | H. Maak will speak. | |

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To debate languagesCollege Eye 52:18, p.4 |
2/10/1961 | Student-faculty teams will debate value of learning other languages. | |

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NSF $295,500 grant awarded to ISTCPublic Relations News Release 1960:117, p.1 |
11/10/1960 | The National Science Foundation awards a grant of $295,500 to the Teachers College institute. Professor Robert Rogers directs the institute program. Other officials include Professors H. C. Trimble, Clifford McCollum, and Dorothy Matala. | |

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Junior college math and science faculty to convene at ISTCPublic Relations News Release 1960:111, p.1 |
11/7/1960 | Professor Fred Lott opens the Junior College Science-Mathematics Conference with his paper on the industrial application of contemporary mathematics, based on his work with Rath Packing Company. | |

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ISTC to host junior college math and science conferenceCollege Eye 52:8, p.1 |
11/4/1960 | Thirty teachers will attend. | |

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ISTC to offer community class on college mathematicsPublic Relations News Release 1960:25, p.1 |
9/14/1960 | George Immerzeel instructs a mathematics course integrating algebra, trigonometry, and analytical geometry at the Price Laboratory School. The course textbook was written by Professors H. C. Trimble and Fred Lott. | |

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Math Department Plans New ContentOld Gold 0:0, p.101 |
6/1/1960 | As rising standards in Iowan schools rise, the Math Department rises to meet it and raise their own standards in the classroom. Both Kappa Mu Epsilon and the Mathematics Club have helped the department with multiple activities and helped join the staff meet visiting mathematicians. Staff; Photo. | |

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Freshmen math students honoredCollege Eye 51:29, p.7 |
5/13/1960 | Honored at picnic. | |

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Math conference Sunday and MondayCollege Eye 51:8, p.2 |
11/6/1959 | Several ISTC faculty will participate. | |

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43 attending NSF institute on campusCollege Eye 50:35, p.4 |
7/10/1959 | Receiving advanced training in science and mathematics. | |

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Math Club, Kappa Mu Epsilon Further Mathematics ProgramOld Gold 0:0, p.176 |
6/1/1959 | The Math Club is open to all who are interested in furthering their knowledge in mathematics; also, Kappa Mu Epsilon is a national honor fraternity that helps undergraduates appreciate the beauty of mathematics and its important role in our world; photo. | |

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Math Department Maintains Contact With High SchoolsOld Gold 0:0, p.107 |
6/1/1959 | The Mathematics Department aims to attract and keep students of high quality, and maintain contacts with the public schools of Iowa; the department sponsored Kappa Mu Epsilon and the Math Club; photo. | |

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Math Department Maintains Contact With High SchoolsOld Gold 0:0, p.107 |
6/1/1959 | The mathematics Deparment, headed by Mr. Haroldl Trimble, has two primary aims¿.to attract and keep students of high quality and to maintian contacts with the public schools of Iowa. Mrs. Ina Silvey experimented with film-strips | |

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T. C. gets 2 more grantsAlumnus 44:1, p.7 |
2/1/1959 | Receives $91,300 from NSF for science and math teacher education; receives $7000 from AEC to cover costs of equipment relating to atomic energy. | |

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Second science grant given TCCollege Eye 50:8, p.1 |
10/31/1958 | Receives $327, 626 for second AYI. | |

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Math Club Hears Prehm SahaiOld Gold 0:0, p.238 |
6/1/1958 | Brief description of the Math Club and of Prehm Sahai, a graduate student from India who spoke on campus; photo. | |

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Math Interest of Kappa Mu EpsilonOld Gold 0:0, p.209 |
6/1/1958 | Description of the national fraternity for students with a major or minor in mathematics; photo. | |

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Mathematics Department Enlarges StaffOld Gold 0:0, p.107 |
6/1/1958 | Description of the department and the names of the new staff members; photos. | |

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Trimble named department headAlumnus 42:1, p.4 |
2/1/1958 | Professor Trimble succeeds Professor Van Engen as math department head. | |

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Department of MathematicsOld Gold 0:0, p.49 |
6/1/1957 | A National Mathematics Institute was held on campus, the first to be held on any teachers college campus in the United States; the department is experimenting to see if students can obtain as much from larger classes as they can from smaller ones; photo. | |

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Kappa Mu Epsilon Sees Beauty in MathOld Gold 0:0, p.209 |
6/1/1957 | The motto of Kappa Mu Epsilon is to develop an appreciation of the beauty of mathematics; they also hold biennial national conventions that are attended by students and regional conventions during alternating years; photo. | |

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Mathematics Club Applies PrinciplesOld Gold 0:0, p.237 |
6/1/1957 | The Mathematics Club meets once a month and usually has a speaker who is often a professor or a student; in the fall and spring, picnics are held with Kappa Mu Epsilon; photo. | |

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Math teachers make modern methodsCollege Eye 47:35, p.1 |
6/29/1956 | Lengthy look at the program for the National Mathematics Institute. | |

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Kappa Mu EpsilonOld Gold 0:0, p.200 |
6/1/1956 | Brief description of the group; photo. | |

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MathematicsOld Gold 0:0, p.99 |
6/1/1956 | Brief description of the department; photo. | |

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mathematics clubOld Gold 0:0, p.227 |
6/1/1956 | Brief description of the group; photo. | |

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Workshop sessions supplement learningCollege Eye 46:34, p.1 |
6/24/1955 | Description of summer session workshops; photo. | |

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Educators meet here today at ISEA district conventionCollege Eye 46:6, p.1 |
10/15/1954 | Many educators will be in Cedar Falls; ISTC faculty will participate. | |

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Kappa Mu EpsilonOld Gold 0:0, p.169 |
6/1/1954 | Brief description of the group; photo. | |

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math clubOld Gold 0:0, p.196 |
6/1/1954 | Brief description of the group; photo. | |

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MathematicsOld Gold 0:0, p.240 |
6/1/1954 | Brief description of the department; photo. | |

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Grant math professor fellowship for 1954-1955Alumnus 38:2, p.27 |
5/1/1954 | Professor Trimble receives Ford Fellowship. | |

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Extension center set in WoodbineCollege Eye 45:27, p.9 |
4/23/1954 | ||

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Trimble receives Ford FellowshipCollege Eye 45:27, p.6 |
4/23/1954 | Will study curricular improvement. | |

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Assist conference on mathematicsCollege Eye 45:25, p.7 |
4/2/1954 | Several faculty will attend. |

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