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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

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Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Behrend Student Applies For Faculty Senate Representative by Kimberly Ford Collegian Staff Writer As students, our views and opinions are integral parts of this university- Student Representatives to the University Faculty Senate provide a channel to voice our views. The University ~ Faculty Senate is a vital part of the universitys; it determines auricular guidelines that include the approval of course modifications and faculty . Students of the commonwealth campuses and the Behrend College will hold elections Apr. 10-11. Elections . for Student Representatives to the University Faculty Senate will also occur on these dates. Ten representatives will be from the 10 colleges at University Park, four will be graduate student representatives, and three will be representing the commonwealth campuses, which includes Behrend College. Each of these 17 student representatives will have one full vote along with the faculty members of the University Faculty Senate. Consequently, the S...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Awards Convocation Will Honor Achievers by Anne Waskowitz Collegian Staff Writer Behrend College will hold the 24th Annual Honors and Awards Convocation in the Reed Lecture Hall on Sun., April 21 at 3 p.m. Many honors and . awards will be given out to various students and faculty members. Students who receive an award can be honored for having contributed their time and energy to the betterment of their club or organization, or simply on an academic basis. The academic awards are divided into three categories. The first is the Walker Award, which is given to juniors or seniors with outstanding grades. The second award is the Turnbull Award. This award is presented to students who have given outstanding service to the college. The third academic award that is given out is the Kochel Award. This award is given to students who have shown both outstanding service to the college and have achieved outstanding grades. There are also scholarships that are based on academic achie...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

English Instructor Discusses 'Rear Audience by Kurt Freeman Collegian Staff Writer Marjorie Podolsky, instructor Philadelphia on Mar. 15. of English, presented a paper titled-"Business Writing for a Real The purpose of the paper was ¦ - in i to convince teachers to teach Audience" to the Pennsylvania College English Association in students to write for an audience other than the instructor," Podolsky explained, "...a 'real' audience." She said she has already used this technique with one of her classes to gather data for an instructor who is doing research. "The students did real work," she added. Podolsky, who is a member herself, explained that the annual conference of the Pennsylvania College English Association "is an opportunity for college teachers to share professional knowledge." Research findings and teaching techniques are also discussed, she continued, "but, you have to be a member to present a paper." Podolsky said, "Business writing is a new field of resea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Mossbauer Research Conducted continued from page 1 operation for three weeks. Marande has had two articles published in scientific journals, such as Molecular Crystal-Liquid Crystal and Physical Review Letters. Abstracts (summaries) from the research are being published regularly in The Bulletin of American Physical Society. Marande emphasized that the research will benefit other fields of study and work. "This research can be used for modeling membrane tissue and to find the percentage of iron or iron ions present in chemical compounds. This will be applicable to biology and chemistry," Marande Dr. Robert Marande, Associate Professor of Physics working in the laser lab. explained. All research is funded by the university. "We spend about $4000 every four years," said Marande. Marande feels that the Mossbauer Research will benefit Behrend b y_^ "...obtaining publicity that will improve the college's reputation." Students will benefit because, "They will receive fundamental...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Lane Reflects On Behrend's Development continued from pagel nasium. We were the first campus to cash student checks through a non-bookstore operation. He remembers when there was no Behrend security; the student government gave out parking tickets. 20 years ago, the now controversial student activities fee was $7.50 per semester, $15 per year. Lane sees the changing role of the sexes as being the largest difference between students of the 1950's and of the 1980's. "The appropriate mixing of the sexes was a major concern of the 1950's," said Lane. Today's students are more knowledgeable about the world around them. They are under more pressure because, if you had a college degree 20 or 30 years ago, the job was there for you. Now it is not. "Students are also required to assimilate more, socially, " said Lane. Lane has an outstanding record of service to the _community and college. He seemed proud of his promotion of the arts. "My greatest vice, I guess, is that I'm an opera ...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Summer Courses Scheduled by Kelly Swisher Collegian Staff Writer Since spring semester will soon be coming to an end, students planning to take classes over the summer should start planning now. Three sessions of classes will be offered to students this summer. The first is a mini-session which begins May 16 and ends Jun. 6 with final exams on Jun. 7. Registration for the mini-session will be held on May 14. Nine courses have been scheduled during that three-week period. Each " class will be two hours and 45 minutes and will meet five days a week. Registration for the regular summer session will be held on Jun. 6 and 7 with classes beginning Jun. 11. Final exams for the regular session will be held Aug 6. Fifty classes will be offered during this eight-week session. The classes, which will meet three days per week, are one hour and 40 minutes long. Late summer session is a fourweek session, and will offer _thret courses. Classes will meet five times per week for two hours an...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Enrollment Sets Record High Penn State-Behrend enrollment has set a new record for the second semester in a row. According to spring 1985 figures, 1,934 students are enrolled, an increase from the 1,918 total of spring 1984 and the largest spring enrollment in the college 's history. The spring surge followed a similar increase in fall 1984 enrollment, which totaled 1,989 students, the largest single semester total ever. That was an increase from the 1,975 enrolled in fall 1983. In both fall 1984 and spring 1985, more students than evei enrolled in four-year majors unique to Penn State-Behrend and not available at the University Park campus. This spring, the number of students enrolled in these programs increased by 16.6 percent over last year. Last fall, 14.9 percent more students enrolled in Behrend majors than in the previous year. "Majors that have shown specific growth are management information systems, accounting, biology, mathematics, management and Behrend's four-...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

TOTH Offers Scholarships All non-traditional students are eligible to apply for scholarships to be awarded by the Top of the Hfll Club (TOTH) at the 24th Annual Honors and Awards Convocation on Apr. 21. The scholarships are to be given to full-time students for the 1985-86 academic year. TOTH established the scholarship fund last year and hopefully the fund will be continued in subsequent years through the club's fandraising efforts. Applications can be picked up in the Financial Aid Office located on the second floor of the Administration Building amd must be returned by Apr. 8. All non-traditional students (which are identified as those returning adult students over the age of 25 who have been graduated from high school five or more years before enrolling in college) are encouraged to apply. Scholarship recipients will be chosen by a selection committee consisting of faculty, staff, and student representatives.

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Time Change The reception for novelist Alix Kates Shulman, originally scheduled to follow her 8 p.m. reading on Apr. 1 in Reed Lecture Hall, has been rescheduled to 7p.m. It will be held in Reed Seminar Room.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Editorial Opinion We Can Aid In Restoration Of Life As you sit at your dinner table tonight you probably will not think twice about the food that is placed in front oi you, and as you slip into your bed tonight you probablj will not give a second thought about waking up tomorrow morning alive and healthy. Yet, there are probably few who do not know that there are thousands of people starving to death each day in Ethiopia. Mothers and fathers who watch their babies die in their arms and husbands who can only stand helpless as their wives die alongside their children. As we go on living our sheltered lives thinking how tight our money is getting, there are people whose only concern is holding on for one more day. It is time for us to open our eyes and take a stand. We can sit in front of our television sets each night disgusted as we hear of a brutal slaying or mass murder and mumble such questions as "What is this world coming to?" or "What is wrong with people today?" Yet, we ...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Reader Opinion Student Sees "Smurfs" As Marxist Brainwashing Dear Editor: Last Saturday morning, 1 was exposed to a sickening display of anti-American behavior. Not only was this display on national network television, but it was directed towards influencing the country's young. I was horrified when I switched the television on and saw an unparalleled showing of communistic behavior. I saw a com mune where income was distributed equally. Each member had a particular job. There was no free choice. All decisions were made by a supreme leader, known as Papa. This society was closed of! from the rest of the world. There were no incentives to work hard or get ahead. The members of this community were probably content to live here only because they were not permitted to leave (kind of reminds me of the Soviet Union). This oppressed society is none other than the Smurfs. Our youngsters look up to these radical Marxists, and are gradually turning away from capitalism and free mark...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Support Needed For BehrendPs First Gender Studies Course To the editor: Next fall, Behrend students will be given the opportunity to enroll in this campus' first gendei studies course. Dr. Diana Hume George will offer English 194, a survey of women writers of all major genders. The course satisfies a humanities requirement, or counts as an elective for baccalaureate degree requirements. Because this course is the first of its kind at Behrend, its enrollment will help to determine whether or not another Women's Studies course is ever offered here again. There are no prerequisites for this course, and it's open to all male and female students. The course will provide a unique opportunity to experience one of Behrend's most dynamic and challenging professors while studying writers too often overlooked by other English classes. Your support of this course ensures the future of others of its kind at Behrend. Women have an equal place on this campus, and should share a more equal ...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Reader Opinion Cuts Hinder Educational Resources Budget to reduce the national deficit and better our economy. Second, the probability of some students returning to college or beginning college could decrease. Third, the president consfders the opportunity to attend college a privilege that an individual must earn for himself and that the government should have no part. Finally, the president is turning College students across the country depend on financial assistance (financial aid and Guaranteed Student Loans) to attend college. President Reagan is proposing cuts in these educational support systems. The ramifications of these cuts are numerous. First of all, the president would limit financial support for students in an attempt his back on the youth of this country. What we need to do is get our priorities straight. If the U.S. is to continue on a reasonable trend of excellence, we have to optimize our resources. Granted, the national deficit needs to be reduced, but...

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