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  1. Timmy's in the Well: The Jon Provost Story by Jon Provost, Laurie Jacobson, 2010-10-01
  2. Timmy's in the Well: The Jon Provost Story (100s Visual) by Laurie Jacobson, Jon Provost, 2007-11-01
  3. Jack and Jill Magazine (November 1959) "The Story of Lassie and Timmy" by Jon Provost, 1959
  4. Lassie (Dell Comic Issue #56 January-March 1962) (Photo cover of Timmy Martin) by Jon Provost, 1960
  5. SIGNED TWICE** LASSIE : A Dog's Life The First Fifty Years by Provost, Jon Signed by / author - Collins, Ace Lockhardt, 1993
  6. Timmy's In the Well: The Jon Provost Story

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2. Administrative Officers
Central Administration. Interim president Willard L. Boyd provost jon Whitmore.Vice president for research and external relations David J. Skorton.
Administrative Officers
Board of Regents, State of Iowa
The Board of Regents, State of Iowa, governs The University of Iowa, Iowa State University of Science and Technology, the University of Northern Iowa, the Iowa Braille and Sight-Saving School, and the Iowa School for the Deaf. The Board consists of nine members. President: Owen J. Newlin, Des Moines
Amir I. Arbisser, Davenport
Neala Arnold, Bettendorf,
Mary Ellen Becker, Oskaloosa
David J. Fisher, Des Moines
Clarkson L. Kelly Jr., Charles City
David G. Neil, La Porte City
Sue Erickson Nieland, Sioux City
Deborah A. Turner, Des Moines Executive secretary: Gregory S. Nichols
Central Administration
President: David J. Skorton Provost: Jon Whitmore Interim vice president for research: William F. Decker Vice president for statewide health services: Robert P. Kelch Vice president for student services and dean of students: Phillip E. Jones Vice president for finance and university services: Douglas K. True General counsel: Mark E. Schantz
Office of the Provost
Provost: Jon Whitmore
Vice provost:
Associate provost for diversity and director, Opportunity at Iowa:

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    Jon Provost Born Torrance, CA Date March 12, 1949 Jon played 'TimmyMartin' in the late '50s version of Lassie. Jonathan Provost
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    Born: Torrance, CA Date: March 12, 1949
    Jon played 'Timmy Martin' in the late '50s version of Lassie.
    Jonathan Provost, son of an aeronautical engineer, was too peaches-and-cream as a child to be very interesting on the screen. He was blond, blue-eyed, cuddly, and not overburdened with artistic temperament.
    1."Backchat" (1995) TV Series .... Host 2."New Lassie, The" (1989) TV Series .... Steve McCullough 3.Computer Wore Tennis Shoes, The (1970) .... Bradley 4.Secret of the Sacred Forest, The (1970) .... Jimmi 5.This Property Is Condemned (1966) .... Tom 6.All Mine to Give (1957) .... Bobby ... aka Day They Gave Babies Away, The (1957) 7.Escapade in Japan (1957) .... Tony Saunders 8.Back from Eternity (1956) .... Tommy 9."Lassie" (1954) TV Series .... Timmy Martin 10.Country Girl, The (1954) (uncredited) .... Jimmie 11.So Big (1953)
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    1.Toward The Unknown..1956 2.Lassie's Great Adventure..1963

    5. Dead Or Alive? - Jon Provost
    Profile, Send to friend, Last updated 02/02/2003. Go Back Alive Jon ProvostField Entertainment. Info Played Timmy on the TV series Lassie . Jon

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    6. UIF News: UI And UI Foundation Co-host First Annual Luncheon Honoring Contributo
    UI provost jon Whitmore (right) presents a medallion to Professor Nicholas Colangelo,holder of the Myron and Jacqueline Blank Chair in Gifted and Talented
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    UI and UI Foundation co-host first annual luncheon honoring contributors and recipients of endowed faculty positions Posted October 10, 2002
    UI President Sandy Boyd presents a silver medallion to Molly Pelzer, representing the Midwest Dairy Association, which helped fund a professorship in nutrition.
    Nancy Hauserman, Williams Teaching Professor and associate dean of undergraduate programs at the UI's Tippie College of Business, speaks to luncheon attendees on behalf of faculty holding endowed positions.
    UI Provost Jon Whitmore (right) presents a medallion to Professor Nicholas Colangelo, holder of the Myron and Jacqueline Blank Chair in Gifted and Talented Education.
    Ross D. Christensen of Waterloo, who established the Ross D. Christensen Family Professorship in Orthodontics, speaks to luncheon attendees on behalf of donors who support endowed faculty positions.
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    IOWA CITY Increasing the number of endowed faculty positions funded by private gifts is crucial to the University of Iowa's ability to continually improve teaching, research and service to the state, speakers told a gathering of nearly 200 UI contributors and faculty recently. UI officials and other speakers at the inaugural Named Deanships, Chairs and Professorships Recognition Luncheon, held in the Levitt Center for University Advancement, stressed that increasing the level of private, endowed faculty support is essential if the UI is to achieve its strategic objectives.

    7. CLAS - Faculty Assembly Minutes
    2. provost jon Whitmore on government relations. Provost Whitmore saidthere was good news for the University in Governor Vilsack's
    Faculty Assembly Minutes January 23, 2002 CLAS Home For Faculty Faculty Governance Faculty Assembly ... Motion to revise eligibility criteria for Executive Committee
    Attending: Excused absence: Boggess, Franklin, Hanley, Hesli, Leddy, Lutgendorf, Norbeck, Pietrzyk, Plapp, Reno, Schwalm, Slatton, Snider Absent: Visitors: Vice Chair John Solow (Economics) presided over the meeting in Chair Vicki Hesli's absence. 1. The minutes of the Faculty Assembly meeting of December 12, 2001 were approved with corrections to the attendance record. 2. Provost Jon Whitmore on government relations. Provost Whitmore said there was good news for the University in Governor Vilsack's recent budget recommendation. First, the governor recommended that the base budget under which the University is currently operating be next year's base budget, without further reductions. Second, he recommended full funding of salary increases for faculty and staff. Other requests for additional funding were not included, however, such as additional funds for the College of Public Health and for instructional improvements (primarily library acquisitions and instructional equipment). Whitmore said this was not unexpected in the current fiscal climate. The state's Revenue Estimating Conference would convene in March, Whitmore said, and at that time there would be more news on the budget front. The worst case scenario would be another round of current-year cuts, and the best case would involve funding increases for next fiscal year.

    8. CLAS - Faculty Assembly Agenda
    provost jon Whitmore will discuss relations between the University ofIowa faculty and the legislature and governor of the state of Iowa.
    Faculty Assembly Agenda January 23, 2002 CLAS Home For Faculty Faculty Governance Faculty Assembly
    The Faculty Assembly will meet from 3:30 to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, January 23, in 70 Van Allen Hall. Please sign one of the attendance sheets available at the door. 1. Discussion/amendment/approval of the minutes of the December 2001 meeting of the Faculty Assembly. 2. Government relations. Provost Jon Whitmore will discuss relations between the University of Iowa faculty and the legislature and governor of the state of Iowa. 3. Collegiate standards for tenured faculty review. Dean Maxson requests discussion of the attached revised draft 4. Amendment of the College's Manual of Procedure regarding eligibility to serve on the Executive Committee. Under the proposed amendments to sections 19 and 21 (pdf file attached) , only those members of the voting faculty with appointments of 50 percent or more on the budget of the College would be eligible for Executive Committee membership. The proposed amendments would not affect eligibility for the Educational Policy Committee or Faculty Assembly. The rationale for this change is that nearly all Executive Committee agenda items touch on personnel issues, budget issues, or strategic planning issues in the College. It is appropriate only for faculty with appointments in units which the College administers to advise the dean on these matters. If approved by the Faculty Assembly, the amendments will be subject to a referendum of all voting faculty before being forwarded to the president for approval.

    9. Kentucky Kernel - OnCampus/News: Students Encouraged To Attend Search Forums
    The three candidates are University of Iowa provost jon Whitmore; University ofMaryland Provost Gregory Geoffroy; and technology entrepreneur Lee T. Todd.
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    Friday, January 12, 2001
    Students encouraged to attend search forums
    The Candidates
    Lee T. Todd
    Education: He earned his bachelor's degree from UK and his master's and Ph.D. degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the '70s. Career: Todd worked as an assistant and associate professor of electrical engineering at UK from 1974-1983. He founded Projectron in 1981 and was the president and founder of DataBeam Corp. in 1983. He says his two greatest passions are "education and economic development."
    Gregory Geoffroy
    Education: He graduated with a degree in chemistry from the University of Louisville and holds a Ph.D. in chemistry from the California Institute of Technology, and is now provost at the University of Maryland, College Park. Career: Geoffroy was the head of the Department of Chemistry at Penn State University from 1974-1997. He was the dean of Eberly College of Science from 1988-1997. Jon Whitmore Education: Whitmore completed his bachelor's and master's degrees in speech at Washington State University in the '60s. The University of California, Santa Barbara awarded him his Ph.D. in theater history in 1974. Career: He served as assistant to the president and was interim dean of the college of creative arts at West Virginia University from 1974-1982. He became provost and professor at the University of Iowa in 1996 after six years as Dean of the College of Fine Arts at the University of Texas at Austin.

    10. The Shorthorn Online NEWS Alabama To Name Witt Finalist
    University of Central Florida President John C. Hitt and University ofIowa provost jon Whitmore are reportedly the other two finalists.

    11. The Office Of Consulation And Research In Medical Education-Regents Award For Fa
    to justify their selection. . According to Associate provost jon Whitmore'sletter Notwithstanding this statement, selection committees
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    Information on the Regents Award for Faculty Excellence Each year the Office of the Provost invites nominations for the Regents Award for Faculty Excellence. The award is intended to honor tenured faculty members with distinguished records of achievement. The criterion statement in the Award description is as follows: "Tenured faculty members are eligible for selection. Recipients must have a sustained record of excellence across the spectrum of faculty endeavors (teaching, scholarship, service) or such outstanding accomplishments in one or more of the areas as to justify their selection." The Advisory Committee to the Office of Consultation and Research in Medical Education requests nominations from the College of Medicine, reviews the nominations relative to the criterion statement, and recommends to the Dean which nominations to forward to the Provost. 2003 Guidelines for the Regents Award for Faculty Excellence Guidelines Regents Award
    College of Medicine Nomination Guidelines TO: College of Medicine Faculty FROM: Clairbourne Dungy, MD, MPH, Chair, OCRME Advisory Committee

    12. State: FSU Field Narrowed To Three
    The panel eliminated Robert V. Smith, provost and vice chancellor at theUniversity of Arkansas, and University of Iowa provost jon Whitmore.
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    FSU field narrowed to three
    December 11, 2002 TALLAHASSEE Florida State University moved a step closer Tuesday to finding out who will replace Talbot "Sandy" D'Alemberte as its president when a search committee narrowed the list of finalists to three. The short list includes former Florida House Speaker T.K. Wetherell, former Ohio State and University of Wyoming president Edward Jennings, and Susan Prager, a law professor at UCLA. The panel eliminated Robert V. Smith, provost and vice chancellor at the University of Arkansas, and University of Iowa provost Jon Whitmore. The candidates will return to Tallahassee for extensive campus visits next week. The search panel will then make a recommendation to the Florida State board of trustees, which will recommend its choice to the Florida Board of Education. Wetherell, 56, a Florida State graduate, enjoys strong support in the Legislature and among many alumni. Until recently he was a business partner with John Thrasher, the chairman of the selection committee.

    13. TEAM Jaffrey - Together Everone Accomplishes More
    Jerry Darsie Peter Davis Bill Driscoll Jim DuMont Tammy Griffin Elizabeth JohnsonSteve Krause Sue Leach Stanford Long Bob Pelio Mike provost jon Sistare Marc
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    If you have questions, comments, or suggestions then click on the name of the appropriate committee member to send them email or contact us at
    Board of Directors: Joanne Buck President Stanford Long Vice President Jim DuMont Secretary Dick Olson Treasurer Jeff Crocker Michael Barlick Betty Shea Ron Dahle ...
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    Organization Committee: Tuesday Wright Co-chair Jim DuMont Co-chair Suzanne Crossley Stan Long Marijean Parry Maureen Campbell
    Design Committee: Betty Shea Chair Betty Johnson Priscilla Palmer Nancy Quick Rob Stephenson Gail Therriault Donna Ryan Linda Barlick Judy Royce
    Economic Restructuring Committee: Stanford Long Co-chair Dick Olson Co-chair Jim DuMont Bill Gilson Tim Foley Nancy Lloyd Bruce Edwards
    Promotions Committee: Open Chair Ron Dahle Leila Giroux Sadie Jackson Dick Hill Joe Ruscito Lori Ruscito Greg Lawn
    Public Relations: Suzanne Crossley
    Newsletter: Pat Macisaac Editor Cathy Ritter, Graphic Design
    Historian: Patricia DuMont Webmaster: John Curley Website:

    14. The University Of Iowa Is Launching A Search For A New Dean For The College Of M
    As Vice President for Statewide Health Services, Kelch will initiate those searchesin consultation with provost jon Whitmore, President Coleman, and others.
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    University of Iowa
    UI Health Care News: Week of December 3, 2001
    The University of Iowa is launching a
    search for a new dean for the College of Medicine.
    On Tuesday UI President Mary Sue Coleman announced that Robert P. Kelch, M.D., will be stepping down as Dean of the University of Iowa College of Medicine. He retains his position as Vice President for Statewide Health Services. There will not be an interim dean appointed; Kelch will continue to serve until a new dean is selected. The search for the new dean of the College of Medicine will proceed in tandem with the search for a new Director and CEO of UI Hospitals and Clinics, although that position may be filled sooner because that effort has already begun. As Vice President for Statewide Health Services, Kelch will initiate those searches in consultation with Provost Jon Whitmore, President Coleman, and others. "We are confident that the Deanship of our College of Medicine and the directorship of UI Hospitals and Clinics will be attractive positions," Coleman said. "The partnership between the College and UI Hospitals and Clinics in the form of UI Health Care has become a nationwide model for academic medical centers. The College's research enterprise continues to grow both in terms of external funding and in terms of the significance and scope of discoveries being made by faculty and staff. Just as important, the College's curriculum and its physical facilities are being modernized."

    15. Henry B. Tippie College Of Business :: News And Information
    The Tippie School of Management held commencement exercises May 17 at HancherAuditorium, with UI provost jon Whitmore conferring 170 degrees.

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    He was recommended for promotion and tenure to the Provost in January 2002 byDean Gary Fethke, and provost jon Whitmore approved this in March 2002.
    April 5, 2002 Dear Economics Department Graduate: I am pleased to be writing to you of our accomplishments and news for the past year. While the past year has been very challenging in many ways, it has also been a rewarding one for the Department of Economics at Iowa. Our new arrivals in the department have settled in nicely. Garland Durham , a new assistant professor, is teaching undergraduate business statistics and applied econometrics in the graduate program. He has been active with John Geweke and Chuck Whiteman in organizing a reading group in financial econometrics. Matthew Mitchell , another new assistant professor, comes to us from the University of Minnesota, where he had taught for three years. Matt is currently teaching in the Ph.D. program, and is doing research on industry dynamics, technological innovation, and patents. B. Ravikumar, who returned to Iowa from Penn State in January, remains a key contributor in departmental seminars. Ravi’s current research addresses issues in education, growth, and dynamic contracts. John Geweke , our current Graduate Director, has instituted some key changes in our Ph.D. program, designed to increase the value-added of our program for the students, and particularly to

    17. The Official Jon Provost Website
    Biography, filmography, recollections, photos, appearance schedule and memorabilia for the former Category Arts Celebrities P provost, jon......The only official web site for jon provost, child actor best known as Timmy onLassie. Personal recollections, rare photos memorabilia to see and to buy.
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    18. The Celebrity Collector Jon Provost/Lassie's Pal
    If jon provost's mother wasn't such a fan of the late actress Jane Wyman, he might never have gotten to play "Timmy" on the longrunning Lassie TV series.

    19. Jon Provost Page In Classic Movie Kids, A Collection Of Rare Photographs Of The
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    20. Jon Provost - Biography
    jon provost. jon provost is a national treasure. By the time jon provostwas eighteen, he'd worked in film and television for fifteen years.
    JON PROVOST Jon Provost is a national treasure. The check shirt and jeans he wore for seven years as Timmy on television's beloved "Lassie" hang in The Smithsonian next to Archie Bunker's chair. A sought-after celebrity guest, recently he appeared at the Sun Fest, a five-day pop music event that drew 400,000 people to Palm Beach, Florida. At his personal appearance, Jon signed 500 autographs in three hours that's 2.4 per minute! clear evidence that he touched the hearts of millions and continues to do just that today on cable television.
    Jon was already a seasoned professional when he won the role of Timmy at age seven. He was barely three when cast as Jane Wyman and Sterling Hayden 's son in "So Big".
    During his career as a child actor and teen heart throb, he worked with some of the biggest stars in Hollywood: Grace Kelly and Bing Crosby in "The Country Girl", Natalie Wood and Robert Redford in "This Property is Condemned", Rod Steiger and Anita Ekberg in "Back From Eternity"

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