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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 19 March 1987

Celebrity gymnast keynote speaker for Wellness Fair Cathy Rigby McCoy by Vicki Sebring Collegian Staff Writer Cathy Rigby McCoy, the woman largely responsible for popularizing women's gymnastics in the United States, will be guest speaker April 1 during the Wellness Fair Week at Behrend College. Ms. McCoy will be giving her own personal account of the horrors of eating disorders and how she overcame those obstacles to achieve her goals: Olympic athlete, household name, best gymnast in the country: Cathy Rigby seemed to have more than what any young person could ever dream of capturing. But things were not exactly how they appeared to be. The leading women's gymnast had what hundreds of thousands of other Americans suffer from...anorexia and bulimia. Like most dedicated athletes, Cathy had an extremely intense training program which she followed tightly for many years. Although her desire for perfection lead her to the Olympics in 1972 and to 12 metals in international co...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 19 March 1987

Salvia receives Quality Control honor by Tracy Muffett Collegian Staff Writer Several people from Behrend's engineering department have won recognition for outstanding performance in the area of Engineering. Dr. Anthony A. Salvia, a member of Behrend's Engineering faculty, has been chosen as die recipient of the American Society for Quality Controls 1987 "Outstanding Member" award. Dr. Salvia's activities on behalf of the ASQC include: lecturing and offering, through the Continuing Education program, seminars and minicourses on the topic of quality control; acting as Director of the Quality Control Institute at Behrend; and funtioning as Editor of the ASQC Newsletter's Statistics section. The ASQC is part of the Erie Engineering Societies Council; each Society in the Council present this "Outstanding Member" award to one member annually. Dr. Salvia feels that the issue of quality control is "...a natoinal continued on page 2

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 19 March 1987

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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 — 19 March 1987

Photo by Wendell Bates Summer session registration by Sherry Kanzius Collegian Staff Writer Students interested in picking up some extra classes over the summer, to graduate early, or to boost their G.P.A. should plan on registering for the classes available at Behrend this summer. Man Trenkle, Admissions Assistant for Academic Affairs, coordinates the summer sessions as one of her many responsibilities. This year most courses meet two times a day; usually in the morning or evening. Few classes are offered in the afternoon so anyone who works or likes to go to the beach can fit classes into their busy summer schedule. Trenkle stated that there's "a nice selection of courses including BDR's." Most people who register, she said, do so because they'.re interested in taking classes they are unable to take during the fall or spring semesters, or because students may change their major and need to pick up courses they might have missed. Others just like to take a crash course ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 19 March 1987

MARCH 19,1987 Collegian PAGE 2 i > i Equal rights: then and now by Cheryl Nietupski Collegian Staff Writer The most important document in American history is being celebrated in "The Fight for Equal Rights: Women in 1787 and 1987," as part of the Bicentennial Series at Behrend. Dr.Colleen Kelley, researcher of constitutional guaranteed free speech, and faculty member of Behrend, will be the featured speaker on March 19th. Dr. Kelley received a Ph.D. in Communication and Rhetoric from the University of Oregon, and is a practicing feminist rhetorician. The speech will focus on women's concern for equal rights during the last two centuries. When the Constitution was established in 1787, the phrase "We the people" generally meant white men who owned property. Women and minorities were usually excluded from the interpreted meaning of this document. Dr. Kelley suggests the "exclusion" in the Constitution has to be interpreted according to "the spirit of the time to reflec...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 19 March 1987

Choir sacrifices break for tour , by Craig Altmire ' Collegian Staff Writer Some people sacrificed chocolate for Lent, others gave up drinking alcohol. The Penn-State Behrend Concert Choir sacrificed their _Spring Break to represent Behrend on a ten-concert tour across the states of New York and Massachusetts. David Stuntz, Behrend music department director, Marjorie Podolsky, instructor of English and choir pianist and the 40 member choir left Behrend at 7 a.m. Wednesday, March 4 via Blue Bird Bus. The first stop of the tour was Rochester, New York where the choir performed their 19-song program in two settings. They stayed in Rochester for the night and traveled to Syracuse on Thursday, where they performed two concerts, one of which was at SUNYThe Behrend vocalists found themselves in Boston on Saturday and many took the opportunity to sightsee. "Boston Harbor was beautiful," said Sean Weaver, a sophomore baritone. Probably the most popular sight was the Bullfinch Pub, whic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 19 March 1987

Buyer skills seminar University Relations—Area buyers can increase their bartering and profit-making skills by participating in "Purchasing Basics for Buyers," a two-day workshop sponsored by the Penn State-Behrend Division of Continuing Education. The workshop, designed to develop and improve a buyer's understanding and skill in negotiations and value analysis, will be held March 26-27 from 9:00 am until 4:30 pm. at the Holiday Inn South, 1-90 and Rt. 97. Dr. Kenneth Killen, C.P.M., an associate professor of business administration at Cuyahoga Community College, will lead the workshop, which will feature topics like "Improving Profits: Establishing Purchasing as a Profit-Making Center" and "Profit Improvement through Better Buyer-Seller Negotiations." Killen 's background, a blend of practical business experience and academic expertise, makes him an ideal leader for Behrend's buyingpower workshop. Before beginning his teaching career, Killen worked for a major corporation, ...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 19 March 1987

news by Greg Raudenbush WBCR Secretary Lately, Behrend College Radio is making a lot of moves, and many things are happening. First of all, new members have been added to the WBCR management staff. Lon Higley, Stan Smith, Kirk Stewart, and Greg Raudenbush have filled the positions of Chief Announcer, Publicity Director, Program Director and Secretary. Also, new General Manager will be elected to replace Bill Packwood, who will be leaving. The annual IBS convention will be held in New York City. WBCR will be sending four people to learn the latest technology and ideas in college radio. WBCR has recently welcomed several new members to fill open time slots on the air. We still have a few. If you are interested, stop by the station for information. New records are also being bought with alotted money, so we will be playing some new sounds. It was suggested that some hard-core records that will always be good be bought. To round current WBCR planning out, we will soon have our o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 19 March 1987

by Michelle Grasmick ROTC Writer If you 're a sophomore now, and you think it's too late for you to get involved in ROTC, then you should read this article. _^ Army ROTC offers a no-obligation military training summer program, where you'll earn $900. This six week program is known as Basic Camp, not to be confused with basic training. Basic training is for enlisted personnel joining the Regular Army, Army Reserves, ar National Guard. ROTC Basic Camp puts you under no obligation to join the Army, but it does enable college sophomores to become contracted ROTC cadets and become comissioned as a Second Lieutenant upon graduation. Basic Camp is held at Ft. Knox, Kentucky. The training is a rigorous challenge which includes training in numerous military skills such as military map reading, land navigation, rifle marksmanship, leadership techniques, individual and unit tactics, commmunications first aid , drill parades anc ceremonies, tough physical training, and military customs...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 19 March 1987

k_5HlVlcl JLlOIlOrCCl continued from page 1 issue (that is) drawing companies' attention to quality programs and improvements..we're doing- our part here (in the Erie area)," he said. Two students at Behrend also have won recognition for their studies in Engineering. Holly M. White, one of Behrend's first students enrolled in the new Behrend College Engineering major, was nominated by Behrend tc receive the 1986-87 Louis W. Balmer Scholarship Award. Gary Ellis, a second semester Electrical Engineering major, was awarded the 1986-87 Hugh M. Nelson Award by the Wives of Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers, Erie Chapter. These scholarships are based on academic performance and extracurricular activities as well as financial need. Although most Engineering students still transfer to University Park to complete their majors, 25 students are currently enrolled in the new four-year Behrend Engineering major, and the numbers are expected to grow. The awards received by fa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 19 March 1987

Police aftdSafety Police and Safety-Police and Safety and Resident Life Staff Programs in March: Thursday, March 19 at 7:30 p.m. in Lawrence Lobby, "Self Protection Tips;" Monday, March 23 at 7:30 p.m. in Apartments Community Room "Peer Pressure and Alcohol Abuse." Both are free and will have free refreshments. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 19 March 1987

news _"»"** Students aid students in preparing taxes 2 JL ' JL \~-S Ra by Christopher Rapach Collegian Staff Writer The stress of tests, term papers being due and overdue assignments, not to mention the worrying of the unadvoidable final exams, sums up a few of the hardships - students deal with while in college. With all of these standard expectancies, no student needs to go through the baffling and complicated procedures involved with filing one's income tax return. V.I.T.A. (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) was created to help save the student, or individual, any unnecessary perplexities in the proceedings of the 1040A or 1040EZ tax forms. V.I.T.A. was introduced to the Behrend College populace on January 19 ' and will continue on up to April IS. The designated office for V.I.T.A. is on the first floor in the Reed Building, in the television lounge, to the left of the dividers. v Volunteers are available on Mondays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.* Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 19 March 1987

Bowman holds management workshop News Release-On March 25, a one-day workshop sponsored by a Penn State-Behrend Division oi Continuing Education will help local managers manage the consistent inconsistencies of corporate living. That workshop, "Managing Change for Excellence," will be held from 8:30 am until 4:30 pm at the Holiday Inn South, (1-90 and Rt. 97). . ' Designed to cover a variety of "changing" topics, including sessions on "Assessing the Need for Change" and "How " to Be a Facilitator of Positive Change," the workshop will be led by Dr. Donald Bowman, assistant profesor of management development in the Pennsylvania State Univer- Participants in the workshop, a sity's College of Business Administration. Dr. Bowman, who specializes in human resources management, organizational and- management development, corporate policy formation and organizational design, received his B.S. and M.S. degrees with emphasis in adult education and statistics from Drake University i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 19 March 1987

Summer study abroad V -i _; • i__ * .. i_ by Barb her needs to apply b Byers Collegian Staff Writer Study abroad this summer! Penn State is offering five separate programs for all eligible students. Mari Trenkle, Administrative Assistant for Academic Affairs said the 3-8 week courses are a "nice way to get abroad without interfering in academic progress," and they "also get BDR's (Basic Degree Requirements) out of the way." Summer courses are offered in England, Italy, and Sardinia, an island south of Italy. The dates and :redits for the programs vary. No previous foreign language training is necessary. The tuition is the same per credit as other University dasses, and the student must arrange for his or her own transportation. The summer study abroad pro¬ gram is "flexible in eligibilty," Trenkle said, but the 3-week Comparative Education course in England is geared toward education majors and professional teachers. Basically the summer program, however, is less competitive...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 19 March 1987

Business school director named University Relations—Dr. John Magenau has been named director of the Penn State-Behrend School of Business and associate professor of management. According to Dr. John Lilley, provost and dean of Penn State-Behrend, this appointment is the result of a nationwide search. "He had outstanding letters of recommendation from such institutions has the University of California at Berkeley, the State University of New York at Buffalo, and the University of Washington," said Lilley. "Because of his outstanding academic backgroud_, the business faculty and I are confident the Dr. Magenau can meet the challenge of building superbv graduate and undergraduate programs," continued Lilley. "Dr. Magenau knows that Penn State-Behrend is competing in a national market for high quality PhD faculty. I think he will be particularly successful in recruiting such faculty." Magenau received his doctorate negotiations in collective bargainfrom the State University of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 19 March 1987

£\l_/Cj_* C/'V & #/€>_CXf_£o continued from page 1 working unit.'Our goal is to promote health awareness and wellness on campus. With Cathy Rigby Mc-Coy promoting nutrition, we think that it will peak a lot of interests in the Wellness Fair Week as a whole." The entire week's events will be held in the Reed Building with as many as thirty tables set up throughout. Literature will be available on everything from drug keynote address, "Balancing and alcohol abuse to weight- Wellness," will be at 7:30 p.m. training. Everything will be free of charge although some features will "The main idea behind the Fair request pre-registration which can is to get people to be aware of their be obtained at the RUB Desk. own wellness. Wellness," says "The Drive for Perfection" will Grimm, "is much more than not be Ms. McCoy's first presentation being sick; it is a total approach to at 12 noon. She will be available physical, mental and complete for autographs at 1 p.m. and wil...

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