UA/RS 13. College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Found in 212 Collections and/or Records:
Acton Eric Ostling, Jr. was Assistant Director of Bands (1962) and eventually Director of Bands (1965) at the University of Maryland. He later came to Iowa State University and served as Director of Bands (1968) and as an Assistant Professor (1968-1972). The collection contains biographical information, awards, correspondence, and files associated with the Music Department.
Tyagi was an Assistant Professor (1991) and an Associate Professor (1999) at Iowa State University in Electrical Engineering, with degrees from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science, the Indian Institute of Technology and the University of Washington. Tyagi's research interests include VLSI design, computer architecture, and complexity theory. The collection (1991-1999, undated) includes biographical information, papers, and proposals.
Alan Selman served as both an Associate Professor and Professor at Iowa State University in 1977-1986. He received his B.S. (1962) from the City College of New York and both his M.S. (1964) from University of California and Ph.D. (1970) in Mathematics from Pennsylvania State University. He received a Fulbright Award in 1982. This collection (1977-1986, undated) includes biographical information, papers, a proposal, and a research report.
This collection (1969-2010, undated) contains Dr. Oldehoft’s biographical information, papers, and proposals for data flow computer research. His major interests include: operating systems, parallel processing, distributed processing, computer security. Data flow environments contain the subject of his papers. A highlight of the collection is his paper “Survey of Password Mechanisms: Weakness and Potential Improvements. Part 1 and Part 2”.
This collection (1959-1999, undated) contains addresses, biographical information, correspondence, Intensive Agricultural Development Program (IADP) reports, manuscripts, maps, notes, notebooks, annual meeting programs, reference files, and transparencies. The majority of the collection documents Malone's work with the Ford Foundation in India.
The collection (1870-1985) consists of biographical information, an inventory to the collection of Bessey’s papers at the University of Nebraska, correspondence, and information on the Charles E. Bessey Lecture. The papers also contain addresses, reports, and writings by Bessey, including "The Demands Made by Agriculture upon the Science of Botany" (1885), "Iowa Orthoptera" (1876), and "On the Distribution of the Seventeen Year Cicada" (1878).
This collection (1892-1973, undated) contains biographical material, correspondence, and numerous reports on geology projects. Also included are conference material and geological photographs. In a map case are large maps and drawings of topography and geological surveys, along with road maps.
Chester Hamlin Werkman was a professor of bacteriology and biochemistry at Iowa State College (University) from 1923 until 1962. This collection includes biographical information, awards, correspondence, a lab notebook, photographs, and reprints of Werkman's research articles. These files document Werkman's research interests in bacteriology and biochemistry, his work as professor and head of Iowa State's Department of Bacteriology, and his overall career.
David Frame Cox (1931-2009) was a professor of animal science and statistics at Iowa State University from 1960 to 1997. Much of his early work was devoted to the study of swine and the effects of irradiation on swine. The collection contains biographical information; personal course work; notes from Cox's mentor, Cornell University Professor Charles Roy Henderson; reprints of articles written by Cox; course notes from Statistics 401, taught by Cox; and personal research notes.
Schmidt was an Assistant Professor (1984-1985) at Iowa State University. He received his B.A. (1975) in Mathematics at Fort Hays Kansas State University and both his M.S. (1977) and Ph.D. (1981) in Computer Science from Kansas State University. His research interests include denotational semantics, applicative programming, and natural deduction theorem proving. This collection (1983-1985, undated) includes biographical information and papers.
This collection documents the service of Gradwohl on the Ames Historic Preservation Commission, the Historic Preservation Unit of the State Historical Society of Iowa, and the State (Iowa) National Historic Register Commission. The papers consist of site inventories arranged by county in Iowa from the Iowa Site Inventory Division, Ames Historic Preservation Commission files, manuals and guidelines on historic preservation. The collection also contains correspondence and news clippings.