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Phi Delta Kappa Will Present Dr. Skerpan's Talk on Russia [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 28 July 1964
Phi Delta Kappa Will Present Dr. Skerpan's Talk on Russia "Educational Programs in Russia" will be the topic of Dr. Alfred Skerpan, professor of history, when he addresses the noon luncheon meeting of Phi Delta Kappa Wednesday. Dr. Skerpan's talk will be sixth in a series of special summer presentations of Phi Delta Kappa, fraternity for men in education, with the theme "Better International Understanding Through Education." The meeting in the Upper Room of the Robin Hood is open to the public. Dr. Skerpan, a specialist in the Soviet Union and its historical background, has been a research analyst, intelligence officer and mission chief for the Office of Strategic Services, as well as a research analyst for the Department of State. He did his undergraduate work at Harvard and received his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from Yale. He has also pursued advanced studies at Columbia University and was awarded a Fulbright Award at the University of Helsinki for advanced research. His numerous art...
Kappa Delta Pi Lectures Are Available in Booklet Form [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 28 July 1964
Kappa Delta Pi Lectures Are Available in Booklet Form Lectures of the outstanding educators who addressed meetings of Kappa Delta Pi, national honor society in education, are being published in booklet form. Already published is number one of the Delta Beta ChapterKappa Delta Pi Lectures which includes four lectures by visiting educators given between July, 1963, and April, 1964. Included in the booklet are talks presented by Dr. Elzo Velema, Dr. Robert J. Havighurst and Dr. Herman D. Behrens. Dr. Velema's lecture, given July 12, 1963, at the summer initiation banquet, is entitled "Primary and Post Primary Education in the Netherlands: Backgrounds and Problems." Dr. Velema is Director Nutsseminarium voor Pedagogiek at the University of Amsterdam. He was a visiting lecturer in comparative education on the Kent campus last summer. Two lectures by Dr. Havighurst, a member of the Committee on Human Development of the University of Chicago, are included in the booklet. Both were original...
The KSU SUMMER NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 28 July 1964
The KSU SUMMER NEWS The Kent State University Summer News is published weekly by the Academic Centers and Special Activities Offices as a means of keeping students and faculty informed of activity at the University. Regular publication day will be Tuesday. Copy must be turned into Richard P. Goodrick at the offices of the Summer News, 114 Merrill Hall, by Wednesday noon to be included in issue of the following Tuesday. The Summer News office phone numbers are 386 and 387.
GI Bill Students To Register Now [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 28 July 1964
GI Bill Students To Register Now All students attending summer classes at KSU under the '"War Orphans Bill" or the "Korean Bill" should stop in the Veterans Administration Office, 119 Kent Hall, this week and fill out a copy of their second summer session schedule. Eligible students will sign for June and July subsistence between Saturday, August 1, and Wednesday, August 5. August benefits will be signed for the last week of school, August 24 to 28.
Dr. Raup Is Delegate To London Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 28 July 1964
Dr. Raup Is Delegate To London Meeting Dr. Hallock F. Raup, former head of the departments of geography and geology, is the University's delegate to the International Geographical Union meeting in London, England. Dr. Edgar Conkling, former assistant professor of geography at KSU, is also attending the monthlong meeting which ends Wednesday. After the meeting Dr. Raup will tour Holland, Belgium, Denmark and then the industrial Rhineland of Germany.
Traffic Tickets Nearly Doubled in First Session [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 28 July 1964
Traffic Tickets Nearly Doubled in First Session Increased enforcement of traffic regulations by University police during the first summer session resulted in nearly double the amount of traffic citations issued during a similar period last year, Leßoy Peach, assistant campus security officer, said Monday. Peach said figures were not complete yet, but a quick check of the records showed 366 citations issued for violations this summer as opposed to 188 last year. During the traffic enforcement campaign special effort was made to discourage students driving automobiles on campus that were not registered with the campus police and students parking in places reserved for faculty, staff and visitors. Donald L. Schwa rtzmiller, campus security officer, said that the campus police will continue the strict enforcement of the University's traffic rules during the second session. He warned all campus motorists to observe the regulations, particularly parking rules. Schwartzmiller also urged al...
KSU Invites 146 To Honors Program [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 28 July 1964
KSU Invites 146 To Honors Program Kent State University has invited 146 high school seniors to participate in its honors program beginning next fall. They were selected on the basis of their high school academic records and scores on high school and college placement and diagnostic tests. Kent instituted its honors program in 1960 as part of its continuing effort to strengthen academic standards and attract better qualified students. The program provides potentially superior students with more concentrated study. Course material is covered in greater depth than in average classes and the emphasis is on individual initiative.
Quality Standards Tests Are Monday [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 28 July 1964
Quality Standards Tests Are Monday Quality Standards Proficiency Tests, which are required of all students in the College of Education, will be given Monday afternoon in Room 207 of Franklin Hall. The deadline to register for the tests is this Saturday at 11:30 a.m. in the College of Education Office. The composition and handwriting portion of the tests will be at 2 o'clock, the arithmetic section at 3 and the grammar portion at 4. Students need not be enrolled for classes in the second summer session in order to be eligible to take the tests. Quality Standards Proficiency Tests will again be given during the regular school year. Students desiring additional information should contact the receptionist in the College of Education Office.
Dr. Read Takes University Group 'Behind Iron Curtain' [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 28 July 1964
Dr. Read Takes University Group 'Behind Iron Curtain' Ninety-one participants from 23 states have a chance to learn about education behind the Iron Curtain this summer on a tour directed by Dr. Gerald H. Read, KSU professor of secondary education. The six-week tour, which began July 8, is being co-sponsored by the University, the Comparative Education Society and Delta Kappa Gamma, national education society of 80,000 women. Field trips will be made to educational systems in Warsaw, Poland; Moscow, U.S.S.R.; Bucharest, Rumania; Belgrade, Yugoslavia; Budapest, Hungary, and Prague, Czechoslovakia. Optional tours of East and West Berlin are also included. Seminars have been arranged by the Trade Union of Teachers and Ministries of Education in the Communist countries. Committees of educators, administrators, and teachers' unions of each country will design and direct seminar and field studies. In Moscow, for instance, the Trade Union of Teachers is planning the visitors' program. Touri...
Special Workshop Opens in Canton [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 28 July 1964
Special Workshop Opens in Canton The Second Annual Community Resources Workshop for teachers in the Stark County area began Monday at Lehman High School, Canton. The four-week workshop, sponsored jointly by the University and the Canton Chamber of Commerce, is emphasizing economic education and its application to classroom teaching. Some 12 trips to businesses and industries will be made during the program to enable participating teachers to become acquainted with business leaders and procedures. Workshop participants are all enrolled on a scholarship basis with expenses paid by companies in the area. Dr. Ralph S. Kaczor, associate professor of economics, is director of the workshop.
Prof. Taylor Studies English Fair on PR Foundation Grant [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 28 July 1964
Prof. Taylor Studies English Fair on PR Foundation Grant William Taylor, professor of journalism, is in Dunston, England, today after having been awarded the first international fellowship of The Foundation for Public Relations Research and Education. He is one of five American professors selected for the foundation fellowships this summer, but his is the first and only international grant. Purpose of the fellowships is for public relations teachers to up-date their professional experience and contribute to sponsoring companies. Professor Taylor will work with the British Division of the Timken Roller Bearing Co. of Canton through August. His first assignment will be to evaluate newspaper, radio and TV coverage of the annual British Timken Fair. The event is a "county fair on the grander scale" with an inter- national horse show, polo matches, flower and livestock shows, and Timken products. Dunston is located approximately 65 miles north of London. On weekends off, Professor Taylor...
He Delivers Hometown News To Pay Way Through School [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 28 July 1964
He Delivers Hometown News To Pay Way Through School One of the most novel ways of a student's "working his way through college" is claimed by Jack Warren, a KSU senior from Cleveland. Warren until recently was the campus's first home-delivery newspaper boy. For nearly three years Warren had been bringing the hometown news to Cleveland students via an early morning delivery of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. However, with upper division courses demanding more of his time, Warren retired as a newsboy and subcontractor of news routes on campus. "In a way I hated to quit," the pre-law and political science major said. "The work was easy. Although I had to get started early in the morning, 6:30 usually, I was finished by about 7:15 except for collecting for the papers. That usually took about two hours a week, but the fellows were great about paying in advance. "I never could get a route started in any of the girls' dorms. The University is pretty particular about letting anyone in, even for...
Length of Summer Sessions Is OK With Majority Polled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 28 July 1964
Length of Summer Sessions Is OK With Majority Polled KSU students prefer the current five-week summer session schedule to the prospect of spending a regular 10-week quarter in class during the summertime heat. The preference for the short summer term was the majority opinion of 20 students interviewed by the Summer News Wednesday on the KSU campus. Three of the students polled thought that the summer session term should be extended to six weeks so that the current "intensive" pace could be slowed a little. Three others voted for a regular 10-week quarter in the summer, but 13 students liked the status quo. The question: "Are you in favor of the current five-week summer sessions or would you prefer to the length of the term changed?" Here are the answers: Joanne Seimetz, Massillon junior majoring in speech and hearing therapy ... "I think it is awfully short because even in the 10-week quarter you barely have enough time for study. I think I would like to see it lengthened to one 10-...
WKSU-FM 89.7 mc SUMMER PROGRAM SCHEDULE [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 28 July 1964
WKSU-FM 89.7 mc SUMMER PROGRAM SCHEDULE Hour Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 11:58 Sign On Sign On Sign On Sign On Sign On 12:00 News News News News News 12:10 Light tight Light Light Light Music Music Music Music Music 1:00 News News News News News 1:05 Light Light Light Light Light Music Music Music Music Music 1:30 Political The Men Georgetown Patricia Sixty Leadership Forum Marx Plus Interviews 2:00 Afternoon Afternoon Afternoon Afternoon Afternoon Concert Concert Concert Concert Concert 3:30 Viewpoint European Citizens Dateline Men and Review Council London Molecules Forum 3:45 Navy_ Germany Guard Dateline The Search Swings Today Session London 4:00 News News News News News 4:05 Sounds of Sounds of Sounds of Sounds of Sounds of Music Music Music Music Music 5:00 Sign Off Sign Off Sign Off Sign Off Sign Off
Champ Baseballer Signs With Twins [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 28 July 1964
Champ Baseballer Signs With Twins Jerry Hudec, who batted .365 with KSU's 1964 Mid-American Conference co-champion baseball team, is under contract to the Minnesota Twins of the American League. Hudec, who accounted for 17 RBl's in the Flashes' best baseball season, is playing for the Twins' minor league team in Cocoa, Fla. According to Richard "Moose" Paskert, KSU baseball coach, first baseman Hudec slammed a triple the first time he pinch-hit in the "Rookie League.'' Another member of the record breaking KSU diamond squad, right fielder Andy Aljansic, was under contract to the Twins but has been released to join the coaching staff at Louisville High School in Stark County.