University of Iowa -- Publishing
Found in 154 Collections and/or Records:
Professor of English in 1946. Chairman in American Studies Program, 1947-1975. Correspondence, articles, photographs.
Scrapbooks assembled by Amos Currier regarding student life. Correspondence, programs, clippings, handbooks, syllabi, and campus building floor plans.
Professor of nutrition at the Iowa Child Welfare Research Station, 1918-1941. Her accomplishments documented in photographs and clippings.
Professor of music. Head of music at S.U.I. Experimental Schools. Performance programs and correspondence.
Geology professor, department head, director of the Iowa Geological Survey, geologist for the state of Iowa, consultant for oil companies. His research centered on stratigraphy, sedimentation, and glacial geology. Maps, field notes, instruction, correspondence, committee work, papers and reprints of articles.
College of Dentistry graduate and teaching assistant who endowed the first chair in dentistry in 1988. Correspondence and course notebooks regarding dental education and history.
Professor in English Department 1921-1956. Taught American literature and American drama courses.
See also: Iowa Child Welfare Research Station Records Contains books and publications
Professor of geology and noted oceanographer received B.A. degree in geology from the University of Iowa in 1948. Created topographical maps of ocean floors 1957-1977.
Head of the Department of Internal Medicine, 1910-1924. Speeches, reprints, hospital research data.
Served as head of psychology and Dean of the Graduate College.Â Seashore was instrumental in the University's decision in 1922 to accept creative work in lieu of theses for graduate degrees in the fine and performing arts, the first public university in the United States to do so.
University of Iowa professor of astronomy, 1925-1976. Specialized in the study of meteors.
Impressionist painter and founder of art departments at Cornell College in 1880 and the University of Iowa in 1909. Developed the Des Moines Academy of Art, which was renamed the Cumming School of Art in 1900.
University of Iowa associate professor of music, 1930-1997. Director of University Bands, 1937-1954.