Finding Aid for Kenneth Heintz Personal Papers, 1971-1996
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In 1973, Dr. Heintz came to the University of Wisconsin-Stout to teach two courses: Textile Printing and Social/Psychological Aspects of Clothing. During his tenure from 1973-1996, Dr. Heintz taught classes that covered over 15 different subjects. Other courses taught were Clothing Behavior, Clothing and Textile Industries, Dyeing and Spinning, Graduate Seminar, Introduction to Apparel, Textiles and Merchandising, National Study Tour, Textile Evaluation, and Weaving. He also directed various independent studies and assorted printing and fabric practicums. In his final year with the university before retirement, Dr. Heintz taught six classes. During his final year at Stout, he taught Merchandising and Marketing to the Aging, Computer Applications, History of Fabrics, International Economic Trends, Merchandise, Planning and Control, and Social/Psychological Aspects of Clothing. He retired with the Professor Emeritus distinction in 1996.
University of Wisconsin--Stout -- College teachers
University of Wisconsin--Stout -- Curricula