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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 February 1985

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Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Reagan wants aid cut [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 February 1985

Reagan wants aid cut (continued from pg. 1) Study programs," Martin contends. "Roughly one million more will be displaced by the $32,500 cap on GSLs, and another 300,000 will be affected by the cuts in state grant programs," he predicts. Congress must still review and approve Reagan's proposals, or pass its own version of the education budget. Martin frets he and his col leagues face a hard battle to beat back the proposed cuts. "We're in a totally different environment this year," he explains. "Last year was an election year and no one wanted to do anything too unpopular." This year, he says, "because of the tremendous pressure to control the deficit, we should not assume that Congress will automatically step in and reduce the cuts."

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 February 1985

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Colleges could win lotteries [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 February 1985

Colleges could win lotteries (CPS)--Colleges in a number of states soon may start reaping the benefits of organized gambling in a bigger way than ever before, but not all educators are convinced campuses will come out winners. At least two states-California and Iowa-are expected to launch lotteries soon, joining the 17 states and the District of Columbia already in the lottery business. Until this year, only New Jersey earmarked a portion of its lottery profits for higher education, and the amount--$102,000 for the current fiscal year-is not large enough to have a substantial impact. That is about to change. The budget presented to the California legislature by Gov. George Deukmejian January 30 calls for spending $56.7 million in lottery funds for higher education next fiscal year. And officials from thre Iowa campuses recently asked lawmakers for nearly all the money-some $40 milliongenerated by the state lottery expected to begin this year. Some lawmakers, moreover, see th...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
In-house training [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 February 1985

In-house training (continued from pg. 6) all shcools in the area. The company expanded its initial tuition aid program 15 years ago to include undereducated and entry level employees, Pavalakis syas. "In 1969, it became a huge program attempting to provide bsic skill education to help employees qualify for better jobs," he notes. "Then affirmative action pressure convinced us to offer non-traditional job training." AT&T began corporate education in 1895, Conover says, "accelerating the concept at about the same rate as knowledge accelerated." This year, the company will log 360,000 student-days of training at three large corporate education centers and 12 regional facilities. Many are stressing basic skills courses more and more, Carnegie's Eurich contends. "It's a question of getting basic skills," she says. "Corporations are doing a lot of work in basic instruction, in reading, writing, math, effective listening and speaking." Polaroid's 30-year-old program stresse...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Capitol gets new degree programs [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 March 1985

Capitol gets new degree programs By Neil Myers A doctoral program in adult education, a graduate program in parks and recreation, and a bachelor's degree in administration of justice are three of seven new programs that could be offered here as early as next fall, according to Dr. Robert Graham, Associate Provost and Associate Dean of Faculty. Dr. Robert Lesniak, Coordinator of the master's degree program in Teaching and Curriculum, confirmed that a cooperative doctoral degree program is being developed with University Park. "I'm hoping we'll have something going next fall," Lesniak said. The major in adult education would use faculty members from both campuses. The program here would differ from its counterpart at University Park because Capitol Campus would emphasize training programs used in business and industry, whereas the University Park program stresses "mostly agriculture and adult basic education," he added. The parks and recreation major would also be a cooperativ...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Baja car to go to Canada contest [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 March 1985

Baja car to go to Canada contest By Carman Amerson Engineering students at Capitol Campus are once again providing an entry in the annual Mini-Baja Event sponsored by the Society of Automotive Engineers. The event, which is being hosted by McGuill University in Montreal, Canada, is slated for May 10 and 11. This year, as in 1983, Capitol Campus students are the only ones in the Penn State system to provide an entry in the contest. 1983's entry failed during the event due to clutch problems. The vehicle being entered this year is the result of a,great deal of pain and effort by many groups and individuals. The original concept and design are those of Joseph Zimmerman, senior, MDET. Besides time and labor, Zimmerman has also contributed a major portion of the funding for the vehicle. The $150 dollar entry is being shared by SAE, ASME and the Engineering Division. The labor and engineering involved has been shared by a number of students and faculty members. Some of the major c...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Financial setbacks plague car [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 March 1985

Financial setbacks plague car By Carman Amerson . "The world is full of thinkers and doers," claims Joseph Zimmerman, senior MDET student here. Zimmerman is the main figure behind this year's allterrain, amphibious "Baja car" created by Capitol Campus engineering students. "Some sit around and think about it and others go out and do it,"says Zimmerman, "I went ahead and did it. I took my chances." In May of 1983, after seeing a previous Baja car project on display at an open house on campus, Zimmerman became interested in the possibility of organizing a similar project. Zimmerman began by talking to Professor Paul, an instructor no longer on campus, who assured him of at least $600 being available for such a project, with an additional $300 possible. During the summer of 1983, Zimmerman met and became friends with a Honda dealer who gave him discounts on much of the hardware and tires necessary for the project. "I wondered, should I go ahead and hope the school pays me back ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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B-ball has best season ever [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 March 1985

B-ball has best season ever By Dave Donlin The 1984-1985 boys'basketball team recorded its best season ever with an 11-15 record. Among the highlights of the season was the Nov. 17 game against Swarthmore. Capitol, in a thrilling upset, defeated Swarthmore College in overtime 134-128. It was a game which showcased the scoring ability of Bill Ochall, who had 52 points, the most in his col lege career. Ochall ended his season with 1189 points in his two years at Capitol, the most ever by any player in campus history. Another highlight of the 1984-1985 season was the team's third place finish in the competitive Keystone Athletic Conference (KAC). PSU/Capitol finished the regular season with a 4-4 mark in conference play. In the KAC Tournament, Capitol lost to tournament champ Miscricordia in a tough game, 80-81. Capitol then defeated Beaver 83-87 to take third place in the tournament. Head coach Charlie Bowen said the team came on strong at the end of the season and everyone'...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Grad test scores fall [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 March 1985

Grad test scores fall (CPS)-Students hoping to become college teachers are scoring lower on their grad school entrance exams than other students, a new study shows. "The doctoral degree programs are not attracting the best and the brightest anymore," concludes Clifford Adelman, who wrote the report oo the test scores for the National Institute of Education. His study found grad school ^ entrance exam scores have declined nationwide since 1982, particularly among liberal arts students likely to become teachers. Adelman believes the decline indicates undergraduates in disciplines such as history and political science are more likely to skip graduate school and go directly into the job market or professional programs such as law. "Students perceive that academic life is not as attractive as other lives," he says. Although Graduate Record Examination (GRE) test scores have declined as a whole since 1962, the decline varies widely among disciplines, Adelman says. Political scienc...

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