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Homemaker from Wichita, Kansas whose papers consist primarily of journals.
Sports administrator, professor, and gender equity activist.
Brother and sister from Keokuk, Iowa who attended the State University of Iowa and pursued careers as a composer and French professor, respectively.
Home economics professor raised on a farm in Lacey, Iowa.
Professor and former dean of the University of Iowa College of Nursing.
Two books that mention Felton and her achievements in nursing are filed in the printed work collection of the Iowa Women's Archives: Complete in All Its Parts: Nursing Education at the University of Iowa, 1898-1998 by Lee Anderson and Kathy Penningroth (1998) and The Path We Tread: Blacks in Nursing Worldwide, 1864-1994 by M. Elizabeth Carnegie (1995).
University of Iowa rhetoric professor who published children's books and taught English as a second language at refugee camps in Thailand, Korea, and China.
Three works have been transferred to the Iowa Women's Archives printed works collection: Trading Cultures in the Classroom, 1993; The Hidden Year of Devlin Bates, 1967; Worst Room in the School, 1961.
Armed Services librarian during World War II, and University of Iowa professor in the School of Library and Information Science.
Faculty member in the Department of Physical Education for Women at the State University of Iowa from 1949 to 1980.
Clubwoman and activist who lived in Chicago, Albany, New York, and Iowa City.
Served with her husband as missionaries for the Church of the Brethren in Garkida, Nigeria from 1948 to 1961.
Ohio born psychometrist who divorced in 1957 and moved to Iowa City with her daughters.
Activist and administrator at the University of Iowa whose papers provide insight into Latino life and culture in Iowa and across the Midwest.
Artist and professor in the Department of Home Economics at the University of Iowa.
University of Iowa professor of history, feminist, and political activist.
University of Iowa Vice President of Academic Affairs, American Psychological Association president, and expert in educational testing.
Annual gathering begun in 1982. By 2007 seven awards were given each year.
Audiovisual materials: 25th anniversary retrospective, 2006 [shelved in digital collection: d0041] Celebration of Excellence Power Point presentation: past scholarship recipients, 2007 [shelved in digital collection: d0045] Women's Achievement Awards Ceremony, 1996 [shelved in videocassette collection: V322] Celebration of Excellence and Achievement Among Women, 1995 [shelved in videocassette collection: V323]
Women seeking solutions to problems of sexual harassment, violence, homophobia, and childcare at the University.
The department was established in 1924 and was a pioneer in the development of graduate study and professional training. The department existed until 2010 under a variety of names and organizations.
Program established in 1994 to expand and improve educational and professional opportunities for women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) and provide support for students in these fields.