Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
This sub-group (1931-1980, undated) contains contracts, final reports for projects, annual reports, grant approvals, correspondence, publications, census reports, and surveys.
This collection (1988-2006) includes grant applications, correspondence, budget reports, news clippings, publications, project proposals, building records, surveys, and reviews.
This collection (1968-2009, undated) contains biographical information and published articles of Dean Isaacson. The collection also contains some departmental correspondence, student evaluations of Isaacson, and National Science Foundation grants received by Isaacson.
Joanna Courteau was a Professor of Spanish and Portuguese at Iowa State University from 1971 until 2007. In addition to her teaching duties, Courteau was active in numerous University committees, published articles on language instruction, and wrote two books. This collection contains biographical information about Courteau, professional and personal correspondence, grant applications, and materials related to professional organizations and campus groups.
The collection (1984-2008) consists of biographical information, published articles, and research proposals relating to the career of Joe P. Colletti, Associate Professor in the Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management at Iowa State University. The papers and research proposals cover topics on agroforestry, riparian buffer strips, erosion control, and biomass energy systems.
Jon Tollefson was a professor in the Iowa State University Department of Entomology until his retirement in 2010. His research focused on crop pests, specifically corn rootworms. The collection contains published scientific journal articles, course information, grant proposals, various insecticide reports, and field test slides.
The collection (1976-2001) primarily consists of published articles and research proposals of Richard B. Hall, Professor of Forestry in the Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management at Iowa State University. The collection also includes biographical information and an annual report for the Breeding Alnus for Intensive Culture of Biomass for Energy Project, sponsored by Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United States Department of Energy.