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Honors Program Meets Needs of Superior Students [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 August 1961
Honors Program Meets Needs of Superior Students (EDITOR S NOTE: This is the first of a two-part series on the Honors Program at Kent State University. Material for the series has been digested from a report prepared by James Karge Olsen, professor of political science and director of the Honors Program.) Several years ago studies by the Kent State University Committee on Academic Standards disclosed that the superior student as such had particular needs and objectives and that without a program tailored to satisfy those particularities, waste, frustration and disillusionment were often the resu.ts. The unavoidable inference was that special instruction, counselling, facilities and administration were essential to assure the superior student of an opportunity equal to that of other members of the student body to exploit fully his academic potential. Investigation of this situation led to the establishment of an Honors Program for the 1960-61 school year. ★ ★ ★ This Honors Program con...
Students Say Summer School Accelerates Education But Not All Students Should Attend [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 August 1961
Students Say Summer School Accelerates Education But Not All Students Should Attend Ten college students, not all of them summer students at Kent, expressed a variety of opinion on the merits of going to college during the summer. The students, polled at random near the entrance to the University Library on Friday, were asked: "Do you recommend going to college during the summer time?" As would be expected, the majority of students attending summer school at Kent were enthusiastic about going to college at an accelerated pace. Here are the students' opinions on the question of college in the summer time: Wilbert Nichols, an AB holder enrolled in the College of Education's teacher retraining program . . . "By all means! Four years, nine months at a time, could be shortened to three years by going to school is the summer time. It would make room for more students in colleges." Sylvia Blair, sociology major from Kent . . . "It depends upon your goal. It helps to go to summer school if ...
Wooddell Directs Impressive Landscaping of Kent Campus [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 August 1961
Wooddell Directs Impressive Landscaping of Kent Campus Larry Wooddell, head of the University's outside maintenance department, is as closely tied to the landscape of the campus as are the beauties of nature he cares for. The former head of the State of Ohio's Conservation Department has been with KSU 20 years. During this time he has directed all of the University's landscaping including the Mall and the areas around the athletic fields, Memorial Gymnasium and Van Deusen Hall. Wooddell estimates that about 365 acres of the University's land is under his supervision. Another 100 acres plus of University property is still being farmed, he explained. KSU, whose campus is often described as one of the most beautiful in the country, is a landscaper's dream, according to Wooddell. "We can thank the Good Lord for Kent's typography," he says."It is the irregular terrain of this campus which accents its beauty." The Kent campus is one of the five state arboretums in Ohio. (An arboretum is a...
Kent Plans Accounting "Internships" for Fall [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 August 1961
Kent Plans Accounting "Internships" for Fall In a move to couple professional experience with classroom instruction, Kent State University this year will begin an internship program for undergraduate students in accounting. During the fall quarter, the first group of superior accounting students will be selected for on-the-job training with accounting, bus- iness and industrial firms in Ohio and nearby states. Purpose of the program is to give students a broader knowledge of business while integrating the formal study of accounting. Students who meet the necessary requirements will spend three months on the job as regular employees of the company, beginning next January. The internship program will carry four quarter hours of credit toward the bachelor's degree. Students will be graded by the employer and on the basis of an examination and reports submitted by the students themselves. About 120 accounting majors on the junior and senior levels are eligible for the program, but only ...
$7-Million Housing Project To Start in Fall on Campus [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 August 1961
$7-Million Housing Project To Start in Fall on Campus Construction of a $7-million student housing project may start in October, President George A. Bowman told the Board of Trustees Friday. The project will include two resident halls and 100 apartments for married students. September, 1963, is the target date for completion of the project. The two residence halls will house 1,500 men and women students near the eastern edge of the 472-acre campus. Five apartment buildings, each with 20 suites, will go up for married students east of Allerton St. Funds for the project, designed to ease the campus housing crisis, were made available through a $3-5 million loan from the Federal Housing and Home Finance Agency and the sale of $3.5 million in bonds marketed publicly in June. The buildings will be erected without cost to the Ohio taxpayer. The board also approved bids totaling $43,716 for building improvements and residence hall furnishings. DeMathews Construction Com- pany of Niles subm...
The KSU SUMMER NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 August 1961
The KSU SUMMER NEWS The Kent State University Summer News is published weekly by the Extension Service and Special Activities office as a means of keeping students and faculty informed of activity at the University. Regular publication day will be Thursday. Copy must be turned into Richard P. Goodrich at the offices of the Summer News, 109 Merrill Hall, by Friday noon to be included in issue of the following Thursday. The Summer News office phone numbers are 212 and 371.
Greenwich Village Art Show To Be Part of New York Trip [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 August 1961
Greenwich Village Art Show To Be Part of New York Trip The time of the Greenwich Village Art Show will coincide with the 23rd Kent State University New York Tour, Professor Harry G. Wright of the School of Speech said today. He explained that the famous art show will take place in New York's Washington Square at the time of the tour, September 8 to 13. Approximately 80 persons have already signed up for the trip to the Empire City. Professor Wright said there is no deadline on making reservations. He has even had people join his group at the train station in Kent while the train to New York was arriving. However, he cautioned that late-comers will have very little choice in the selection of tickets for Broadway plays that are included in the package price of the tour. Recognizing the diversity of interests among his group of tourists, Professor Wright this year is attempting to provide variety within the tour package by allowing a number of options. Those interested in big - league ...
Dr. Wenger Gives Data on Graduate Students in Fall, Summer Quarters [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 August 1961
Dr. Wenger Gives Data on Graduate Students in Fall, Summer Quarters (EDITOR'S NOTE: Dr. Roy E. Wenger, former acting dean of the Graduate School, has completed a study on the first 25 years of graduate study at Kent State University. His findings are being presented in three installments. Here is the second condensed installment of his report.) More than a thousand new students have been admitted to the Graduate School during the past year and approximately 6,000 names are listed in the files of the Graduate School as representing an "active" status. The term "active" means that the student has been admitted and is pursuing his program within the six-year period during which degree work must be earned. During the 1960-61 academic year a study was made of the characteristics of summer school students as compared with fall quarter students. The number enrolled was approximately the same: 1,318 during the first summer term and 1,294 during the fall quarter. In one sense, practically al...
KSU Trustees Elect Dr. Williams Again [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 August 1961
KSU Trustees Elect Dr. Williams Again Dr. John R. Williams, veteran Lake County educator, was reelected Friday to his 26th term as president of the Kent State University board of trustees. He has been a board member for 28 years. Also re-elected as vice-president was Dr. Otto J. Korb, board member from East Cleveland. Alice P. Makinson, secretary to the president, was re-elected secretary of the board and Frederick H. Bauer, University treasurer, was re-elected treasurer of the board. Dr. Williams is retired superintendent of Lake County schools where he served for 53 years. He is a former member of the Ohio General Assembly and past president of the Ohio Education Association.
Five Leave KSU Patzer Resigns To Become Dean of Men at Vermont [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 August 1961
Five Leave KSU Patzer Resigns To Become Dean of Men at Vermont Roland D. Patzer, director of student activities at Kent State University, has resigned to accept the position as dean of men at the University of Vermont. His resignation as student activities director and assistant dean of men is effective September 1. It was one of five accepted Friday by the Board of Trustees at Kent. Patzer, who joined the University's administrative staff in 1952, received his bachelor of science, bachelor of science in education and master of arts degrees from Kent State University. During the past nine years, he has served as an administrative assistant of the Kent State Union and in various positions in the personnel dean's office. He was promoted to his present post in 1958. Trustees also accepted the resignations of Dr. Ralph Hall, assistant professor of education and director of the University's AudioVisual Center; James G. Martin, temporary instructor in psychology; Mrs. Faye L. Darrah, orde...
Faculty Articles in Journal of Science [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 August 1961
Faculty Articles in Journal of Science Material prepared by two Kent professors is now appearing in the July issue of The Ohio Journal of Science. "Structure of Liquids and Solutions," Professor Glenn H. Brown's address at the 70th Annual Meeting of The Ohio Academy of Science, was the number one article in the issue. Professor Brown is head of the University's Department of Chemistry. Professor Ralph W. Dexter of Kent's Department of Biology was the other University author whose manuscript was printed in the July issue. He wrote "Science Education And The Ohio Academy of Science an Historical Review."
Students Earn More Than $200,000 in Jobs at KSU [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 August 1961
Students Earn More Than $200,000 in Jobs at KSU (Editor's note: This is the second article in a two-part series on financial help available to students through the University. Last week the article dealt with $175,000 in loans, scholarships, etc. This week we outline the part-time job situation at Kent.) More than $200,000 was earned by students working part-time for the University during the past school year, Jack Urchek, director of non-academic personnel, said today. Urchek based this estimate on the more than 800 students who are working part-time at the University to finance their college education. These students work 10 to 15 hours a week for an average wage of 80 cents per hour. Last year Urchek's office placed 200 students in positions as lab assistants, clerks, typists and maintenance laborers in on-campus positions. Another 48 students were placed in off-campus jobs by Urchek. The 10 girls in this group were employed mainly as either baby sitters or office help. The boys,...
CAMPUS CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 August 1961
CAMPUS CALENDAR AUGUST 18 CONFERENCE. Men's Garden Club of America Central Great Lakes Regional Meeting. Conference Headquarters: Music and Speech Center, (through August 19). 21 THESIS DEADLINE. Candidates desiring to receive the master's degree at the August commencement have until 3 p.m. this day to submit their thesis and abstract to the Graduate School. THE MISER. A thesis production of Moliere's world-famous comedy, "The Miser" will be presented at 8:30 p.m. in the E. Turner Stump Theatre, Music and Speech Center, (through August 22). 24 SUMMER ARTISTS SERIES. 8:30 P.M. School of Music Concert. Program under the direction of Robert H. Foulkes, Assistant Professor of Music. Recital Hall, Music and Speech Center. 25 SECOND SUMMER TERM CLOSES. 26 ACADEMIC PROCESSION. 9:30 A.M. Trustees, faculty and graduating class. Memorial Gym.
University Summer Choir Presents Concert Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 August 1961
University Summer Choir Presents Concert Tonight Selections from "Die Fledermaus" by Johann Strauss will be featured in tonight's free concert by the KSU Summer Choir. The 8:30 p.m. event in the Recital Hall of the Music and Speech Center will bring to a close the 1961 Summer Artists Series at the University. The 25-voice choir will be directed by Robert Hull Foulkes, assistant professor of music. Alan Schaffer will be accompanist and Dene Barnard organist. The program will begin with "Kyrie" from "Mass in F" by Bach, followed by "Missa Secunda" by Hans Leo Hassler, "Two Sketches" by Robert Schumann, "Andante Sostenuto" by Charles Marie Widor and "Prelude and Fugue in D Major" by Bach. The next part of the program will feature two works by Brahms —"Evening," Op. 64, No. 2, and "Nightly," Op. 112, No. 2. Also to be presented are "Fair Maid, Thy Loveliness," by Hans Leo Hassler, "Roaming the Wood" by Claudin de Sermisy, and "Harmony in Marriage" by Joseph Haydn. Soloists for the "Die ...
University Theatre Offers Six Plays for '61-'62 Season [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 August 1961
University Theatre Offers Six Plays for '61-'62 Season A three-act humorous opera written by two KSU faculty members will be among the six presentations offered by the University Theatre during the 1961-62 season. "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow," a musical version of the famous Washington Irving story, will be a joint production of the University Theatre and the School of Music Feb. 28 and March 1-3. The opera was written this year by Dr. John White of the School of Music under a grant from the KSU Graduate Research Committee. Dr. Martin K. Nurmi of the Department of English wrote the libretto. Rounding out the theatre's coming season will be "The Time of Your Life," by William Saroyan; "The Adding Machine," by Elmer Rice, "The Member of the Wedding," by Carson McCullers, "The Little Foxes," by Lillian Hellman and "Under Milk Wood" by Dylan Thomas. For the first time admission will be charged to major University Theatre productions. Tickets for KSU students, faculty and employees will...
University Honors Dr. Van Campen [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 August 1961
University Honors Dr. Van Campen When Dr. Marion Van Campen retires this week as head of elementary education at Kent State University she will become emeritus professor of elementary education. This latest honor for the nationally known authority on elementary education will mark the end of 23 years of teaching at Kent. The Department of Elementary Education was started in 1946 with only a few students and under Dr. Van Campen's guidance now has over 1,500 students during the academic year. Dr. Van Campen received her bachelor of arts degree from the University of Tennessee, her bachelor of philosophy degree from the University of Chicago, and her doctor of education degree from Columbia University. The free admission policy has been changed because the expansion of activities and increased costs of operation require additional funds, according to Professor Harry G. Wright, director of University Theatre. Opening the 1961 season will be Saroyan's "The Time of Your Life," running Oc...
News Bureau Gets Assistant Director [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 August 1961
News Bureau Gets Assistant Director Donald D. Shook, chief photographer of the Lorain Journal, has been appointed assistant director of the News Bureau at Kent State University. The appointment, effective Sept. 1, was announced by President George A. Bowman. Except for two years of active duty with the U. S. Army in Europe, Shook has been a member of the editorial staff of the Lorain newspaper since 1956. He received his bachelor of science degree with a major in journalism from Kent. As an undergraduate, he served as editor of the Chestnut Burr, University yearbook, and as a staff photographer on the Kent Stater, daily student newspaper.
Business College Revises Curricula [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 August 1961
Business College Revises Curricula Specialized undergraduate study in finance has been added to the academic program in Kent State University's College of Business Administration. Beginning this fall, courses of study will be offered in banking and investments, financial management, and insurance and real estate. "The new curricula have been established to meet the needs of financial institutions in Ohio and students planning careers in finance," according to Dr. Robert E. Hill, dean of the College of Business Administration. Banking and investment curri- culum is designed for students preparing for careers in commercial banking and allied financial institutions. The management program is for students interested in the financial aspects of corporate organizations or related types of business enterprise. Purpose of the insurance and real estate curriculum is to provide combined training in both fields or concentrated study in either.