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301 Private funding crucial element in UNI's future
Northern Iowa Today 73:2, p.18
1/1/1990 Outlines needs and strategies for raising private money for UNI.
302 Howard O. Reed , emeritus at University of Northern Iowa, dead at 83
Public Relations News Release 1989:323, p.1
12/22/1989 Professor Howard Reed dies of a stroke at eighty-three. Colleagues of Professor Reed establish the Howard O. Reed Recognition Fund through the UNI Foundation.
303 Four new members named to University of Northern Iowa foundation board of directors.
Public Relations News Release 1989:252, p.1
11/15/1989 The four new trustees are James M. "Mike" Earley, H. Lynn Horak, J. Michael McBride and Gayle Johns Rose. The UNI Foundation board of directors is made up of 19 business and community leaders from throughout the United States.
304 Businesses provide endowed scholarships for UNI students
Northern Iowan 85:63, p.3
7/14/1989
305 Money to educate
Northern Iowan 85:63, p.3
7/14/1989 Foundation receives $75,000 gift from life insurance company; photo.
306 Board members inducted
Northern Iowan 85:23, p.3
11/15/1988 Profiles of new UNI Foundation trustees; photo.
307 Telemarketing raises more funds for UNI
Arend--Elizabeth
Northern Iowan 85:17, p.6
10/25/1988 Professor Lang talks with phone bank callers about UNI history.
308 Gifts fill University with rich opportunities
Northern Iowa Today 16:3, p.6
9/1/1988 Foundation receives variety of gifts in kind from supporters.
309 Hearsts leave UNI largest-ever gift
Stickfort--Patty
Northern Iowan 84:62, p.1
6/24/1988 Hearsts leave $600,000 to establish endowed chair; photo.
310 University of Northern Iowa School of Business to host Jepson Symposium April 5-6
Public Relations News Release 1987:340, p.1
4/4/1988 Professor James Millar acts as keynote speaker for the Lawrence Jepson Symposium on U. S./Soviet relations. The symposium is held in the Education Center, sponsored by the Department of Economics.
311 Giving money to UNI, leaving money in wills has benefits
Rogers--Steve
Northern Iowan 84:43, p.5
3/4/1988 Bill Calhoun talks about estate planning.
312 Bequests given to University in memory of alumnae
Northern Iowa Today 16:2, p.6
3/1/1988 Total of $75,000 given in separate bequests in memory of Edna Scott, Ruth Barrett, and Dorothy Blount.
313 Northern Iowa awarded bequests in memory of three alums
Public Relations News Release 1987:266, p.1
2/17/1988 The Northern Iowa Foundation Board of Directors receives seventy-five thousand dollars in memory of Edna Scott, Ruth Barrett, and Dorothy Blount. These funds are used to support scholarships, research, and other activities.
314 Essex student awarded scholarship by the University of Northern Iowa Foundation
Public Relations News Release 1988:252, p.1
2/5/1988 The UNI Foundation awards a one-thousand dollar scholarship to Anne Isaacson to continue her studies in marketing management. Isaacson is an active member in the American Marketing Association, Catholic Student Center, and UNI-Dome concessions staff.
315 Mitchell named vice president for development
Krall--Tiffany
Northern Iowan 84:31, p.1
1/22/1988 Brief profile of Joe Mitchell.
316 Alumni contributions a big plus
Gesell--Don
Northern Iowan 84:5, p.7
9/11/1987 Alumni gifts fund Museum renovation.
317 UNI Heritage Honours awards recognize achievements, service
Public Relations News Release 1987:32, p.1
9/11/1987 The Heritage Honours are presented at a banquet in the Commons Georgian Lounge. Those honored include Professor John J. Hidore, Chuck Hazama, Mark Kurth, Robert Waller, and James McCutcheon for their contributions to various university organizations.
318 Alumni, friends invest in UNI
Northern Iowa Today 15:3, p.4
7/1/1987 Gifts increase 32% to $1.2 million in 1987.
319 Lottery money funds entrepreneurial chair
Bingham--Elizabeth (Class of 1915)
Northern Iowan 83:51, p.1
4/10/1987 UNI Foundation matches $500,000 lottery money with another $500,000 to endow Chair for entrepreneurial studies.
320 'Amateur Night' talent sought for Senior Week at UNI Monday-Saturday (April 6-11)
Public Relations News Release 1987:294, p.1
3/31/1987 Senior Week activities begin with a talent show hosted by comedian Jim Miller, and continue with a motivational speech by John Cassis on life after college. Other activities include a beach party, senior pictures, bowling, and a convocation banquet.
321 Eight UNI students awarded education scholarships
Public Relations News Release 1987:130, p.1
12/5/1986 Eight elementary education students received Elsie Sindt Educational Scholarships at five-hundred dollars each. The awards are distributed by the Foundation by recommendation of the College of Education Scholarship Committee.
322 Radell sisters' 1980 contribution used to end 13-year Dome debt
Northern Iowan 83:19, p.7
10/31/1986 Foundation uses Radell gift to make last payment on bonds; Foundation also elected directors and governors.
323 UNI-Dome debt 'paid-in-full'
Public Relations News Release 1987:80, p.1
10/28/1986 Debts accumulated by the construction of the UNI-Dome were repayed due to the work of the Foundation's Board of Directors, as well as donations by Professor Neva Radell and Inez Radell.
324 Museum fund drive continues
Schlobohm--Jack S. (Class of 1991)
Northern Iowan 83:6, p.15
9/16/1986 Awaiting funding for converting Olympic Spa and Gym on Hudson Road; photo.
325 Tax changes may decrease UNI gifts
Wise--Rebecca
Northern Iowan 83:5, p.1
9/12/1986 Changes in capital gains tax rate will provide a smaller incentive to make charitable gifts.
326 Foundation is award finalist
Northern Iowa Today 14:4, p.6
9/1/1986 Annual giving program is CASE finalist.
327 Lottery money funds entrepreneurial studies
Northern Iowa Today 14:4, p.3
9/1/1986 Endowed chair will be established with $500,000 in lottery profits and UNI Foundation matching money.
328 Thelma McColm tuition scholarship awarded in memory of 1922 UNI alum
Public Relations News Release 1986:446, p.1
5/29/1986 The scholarship was founded by Thelma's husband John and is given to West Liberty graduates who attend UNI and meet the qualifications; Hester plans to be a marketing major.
329 'Golden Class' celebrating with special reunion events on campus
Public Relations News Release 1986:415, p.1
5/7/1986 Thirty-five class members from 1936 and their spouses are expected at the event; members of the honored class will participate in Saturday's commencement by wearing their cap and gowns.
330 Bingham, Olson receive Pettit scholarships at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1986:338, p.1
4/1/1986 The two students received the $200 scholarships from the journalism section of the department of english language and literature; the funding for the scholarships comes from Tom Pettit, an alumni and award-winning NBC reporter.
331 UNI-Dome, once a dream, now a reality which lives up to its name
Public Relations News Release 1986:219, p.1
1/24/1986 The air-inflated UNI-Dome opened in 1976, UNI's Centennial Year and it combines the features of three buildings- a football stadium, fieldhouse and large auditorium; cost of the dome was seven million dollars; was one of only four in the world.
332 UNI-Dome, once a dream, now a reality which lives up to its name
Public Relations News Release 1986:219, p.1
1/24/1986 The need for more capacity for sporting events and concerts motivated University officials to pursue the building of a multi-purpose facility.
333 Foundation reports good giving year; elects new members
Northern Iowa Today 14:1, p.6
12/1/1985 Contributions for 1985 are up 28%; UNI-Dome debt down to $125,000.
334 UNI Foundation: Contributions increase
Northern Iowan 82:20, p.9
11/12/1985 Donations increase 28% over last year.
335 UNI awarded $5,000 emergency scholarship fund by university book and supply
Public Relations News Release 1985:135, p.1
11/5/1985 The fund will go towards helping UNI juniors and seniors having a hard time paying for college expenses; the awards will be no more than five hundred dollars a piece and will go to students in a wide variety of academic disciplines.
336 UNI foundation directors, governors meet, hear reports of increased giving
Public Relations News Release 1985:133, p.1
11/5/1985 The UNI Foundation saw a 28% increase in donations in the 1985 fiscal year over the year previous; nearly eight thousand individuals/corporations/private industries contributed to the Foundation during the 1985 year.
337 Iowa farmers reap rewards while supporting UNI through new 'Gifts of Grain' giving program
Public Relations News Release 1985:126, p.1
11/1/1985 In the program, farmers take some of their agricultural products to local elevator operators and receive market value for the goods, then the farmer earmarks a certain dollar value to be donated to any UNI dept or program.
338 International Trade Experts to Speak on UNI Campus at 1985 Jepson Symposium Oct. 30-Nov. 1
Public Relations News Release 1985:89, p.1
10/17/1985 Five experts on international trade will speak about issues related to protectionism, GATT, and the reciprocal nature of international trade at the 1985 Jepson Symposium.
339 UNI Business, Mathematics Students Receive $20,000 Scholarship Endowment From American Society for Quality Control
Public Relations News Release 1985:70, p.1
10/8/1985 Each year two students will receive a scholarship of 750 dollar; the students have to be in the School of Business or the College of Natural Science and meet the minimum requirements.
340 Athletes awarded
Fries--Glen S. (Class of 1985)
Northern Iowan 82:2, p.23
9/6/1985 UNI Foundation cites three athletes for athletic and academic achievement.
341 Separation of alumni and development leads to new programs
Northern Iowa Today 13:4, p.7
9/1/1985 Office of Development/UNI Foundation adds positions and moves into former Home Management House; renamed Office of Alumni Relations will strengthen ties to alumni groups; photo.
342 Foundation supports proposal to fund James Hearst film
Alumnus 70:1, p.5
4/1/1985 Will support incomplete project relating to James Hearst and his poetry.
343 Miller, Calhoun assume new jobs in alumni/development
Alumnus 70:1, p.4
4/1/1985 Rick Stinchfield will head Alumni Services and Development, Public Information, and Admissions; Bill Calhoun is acting director of Alumni Services and Development; Lee Miller will head Foundation; photo.
344 Miller assumes development challenge
Northern Iowa Today 13:2, p.6
3/1/1985 Lee Miller will give up position as director of alumni services and development and devote more time to Foundation; photo.
345 Planned giving director named
Northern Iowan 81:36, p.8
2/19/1985 Lee Miller will give up duties as director of Alumni Services and devote time to planned giving.
346 Planned giving director needed
Preuss--Barb
Northern Iowan 81:28, p.4
1/22/1985 The final stage of picking a new UNI Assistant Director of Planned Giving is nearing.
347 Heinz, Harms elected to leadership positions
Alumnus 69:4, p.4
1/1/1985 Jim Heinz and Leone Harms elected.
348 New Founders Trust recognizes $100,000 minimum gift
Alumnus 69:4, p.4
1/1/1985 Guidelines for new level of donations within President's Club.
349 President's Club reorganizes
Northern Iowa Today 13:1, p.6
12/1/1984 Set new guidelines for donation levels.
350 Foundation report marks silver anniversary gains
Alumnus 68:3, p.4
10/1/1984 Summary of report shows $1.23 million in contributions.

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