Biographies (literary works)
Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:
The collection (1950-2011, undated) contains biographical information, research papers, book chapters, presentations, and awards. The majority of the collection is made up of refereed publications, non-refereed publications, and presentation outlines and notes related to Cleasby's work on filtration methods of water and wastewater. Additional folders contain news clippings and letters from students.
This collection (1965-2010) contains biographical information, illustrations, reports, and a VEISHEA fashion show script. The illustrations include work Kordus did as a student at Iowa State in the class Textiles and Clothing 245, Design Elements and Principles. Examples of some of her advertisement illustrations for L.S. Ayres are also included in the collection.
This collection (1969-1977) contains biographical information, news clippings, and research publications of Sendlein while he was on staff at Iowa State University. Included in the reports is an assessment of the Nishnabotna Drainage Basin in southwestern Iowa and a final report on regulations for the placement of sanitary landfills in Iowa, a project supported by the Iowa State Water Resources Research Institute.
This collection (1958-2005) includes biographical material and correspondence with professional colleagues regarding salaries and advancement at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, as well as news clippings regarding the lawsuits against the Laboratory and a similar lawsuit involving the Los Alamos National Lab. Most of the collection consists of papers, articles and newsletter contributions in the field of chemistry and women in the sciences.
The collection (1968-2006) contains biographical information, correspondence, and slides. The biographical information consists of news clippings and press releases documenting Polster's career at Iowa State. The remaining correspondence and slides are from Art & Design Annuals, student work, and selections from the Janice Peterson Anderson Awards.
This collection (1965-1985, undated) contains biographical information, research papers, notes, and related correspondence. The research papers consist of copies of articles submitted for publication and most of the files also contain related notes and correspondence with publishers. Topics include photoelectric lunar occultation observations, radial velocity studies, and spectroscopic binary observations.