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Dawn (Willems) Arbogast
Northern Iowa Today 97:1, p.29
|1/1/2014||Dawn Arbogast was selected as Teach of the Year for San Joaquin County.|
Lux service medallion awards to be given at University of Northern Iowa homecoming.
Public Relations News Release 1989:151, p.1
|10/11/1989||Activity profile of finalists provided. Theresa Koster and Jennifer Clemens, will be honored with four other finalists. The Lux award is an a attempt to recognize some of those people for their extraordinary contributions.|
Hospers junior at University of Northern Iowa receives Myrle M Burk-Kappa Delta Pi science education scholarship.
Public Relations News Release 1988:454, p.1
|4/28/1989||Julie Ann Jungers, was awarded a $600 the Science Education Scholarship. Jungers is an elementary education major with a minor in basic science.|
Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society initiates new members at UNI.
Public Relations News Release 1988:424, p.1
|4/14/1989||List of the 39 new initiates, name and hometown included. Memberships were also awarded to seven Soviet students who came to UNI in February.|
25th year for Iowa high school model united nations on University of Northern Iowa campus April 13-15; more than 900 high school delegates, faculty.
Public Relations News Release 1988:403, p.1
|4/11/1989||Listings of speakers and guests that will be at the Iowa High School Model United Nations.|
Kappa Delta Pi honor society intiates new members at UNI.
Public Relations News Release 1988:244, p.1
|1/13/1989||List of new initiates.|
More than 750 high school students, teachers to be on University of Northern Iowa campus Thursday-Saturday (April 14-16) for 24th Annual Model UN
Public Relations News Release 1987:363, p.1
|4/12/1988||Nearly eight hundred high school students visit for the twenty-fourth Model United Nations, where they act as delegates representing various U. N. countries. Professors Timothy O'Connor and Richard Newell advise the student delegates throughout the event.|
Phi Eta Sigma selects UNI students for membership
Public Relations News Release 1986:416, p.1
|5/8/1986||More than one hundred students have been selected to be in the honor society for freshmen; Boyce was recently elected the president; Kleiman- vice-president; Coy was president last year.|