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Dancers Lead Off Art-Lecture Series [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 June 1965
Dancers Lead Off Art-Lecture Series Internationally-known dance satirists, Mata and Hari, next Wednesday evening will open the Summer Artists-Lecture series which also will feature two appearances by the Cleveland Summer Orchestra. The husband and wife team, Ruth Mata and Eugene Hari, will present a series of pantomimes satirizing such topics as physical culture, a teenage "rock and roll" romance, the silent film era and a symphony orchestra performing at Carnegie Hall. Beginning at 8:15 p.m. in the University Auditorium, the program is open to the public without charge. Mata and Hari, originally members of the Trudi Schoop Company, won popular acclaim through appearances on such television programs as "Your Show of Shows," and the "Ed Sullivan Show." They have appeared in two Broadway shows and their own recent off-Broadway production, "Two for Fun." They have appeared before audiences throughout the world in concert tours. The summer series also will include appearances by the Cle...
Class Change Deadline Here [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 June 1965
Class Change Deadline Here Today is the final day for students of the first summer term to change their programs. This may be done in the Registrar's office from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Courses may be dropped from June 25-28. Trial programs for the second summer term must be filed in the Registrar's office from July 7-9- Registration and payment of second summer term fees will be July 21-23 from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for those enrolled in the first term and July 23 only for those not in school the first term. July 27 will be the change-of-program day for second term. Photo by Paul Kntttel Summer students line up to pay their fees in the treasurer's office Monday as the crush of first term registrants appeared. Fred F. Head, assistant registrar, said he expects another enrollment record to he set this summer.
New KSU Catalog Off Press July I [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 June 1965
New KSU Catalog Off Press July I The new Kent State University 1965-67 General Catalog will be off the presses and ready for distribution July 1. The official publication contains information on all courses and academic programs, student activities and services, housing, expenses and financial aids, and pictures of campus life. Replacing the 1963-65 catalog, the new edition has been extensively revised on recommendations of a special committee which conducted a six-month study of past catalogs. The 420-page new volume is 114 pages shorter than its predecessor, is printed in larger body type for easier reading and contains several tables of contents for quick reference. Edited by Miss Julia Waida, University editor, and Keith Carew, reports officer, the catalog is distributed without charge to all entering students. It also is sent to all school, college and public libraries in Ohio and in many other states. Copies are forwarded to many state and federal agencies. The catalog is avai...
'West Side Story' Opens Summer Theatre Fare [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 June 1965
'West Side Story' Opens Summer Theatre Fare "West Side Story" will open the season of five major productions of recent Broadway shows to be presented this summer by the theatre division of the School of Speech. At least two children's productions also are planned. All performances will be held in the air - conditioned E. Turner Stump Theatre of the Speech and Music Center, beginning at 8:15 p.m. "West Side Story" will run June 30 through July 3 and July 5 through 10; "A Sleep of Prisoners," July 14-17; "A Man for All Seasons," July 21-24 and July 2631; "The Miracle Worker," August 4-7, and "Beat on Any Drum," August 11-14. Director of "West Side Story," Dr. William H. Zuchero, has cast the show with many high school as well as university students. Ron Policy, previously seen here in "Thee Penny Opera," will play the part of Tony. Suzanne Denne, new to district audiences, will take the role of Maria; Terry Corley, also a veteran KSU performer, is cast at Riff, and sixteen-year-old De...
Hedrick Directs Reopened Center [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 June 1965
Hedrick Directs Reopened Center John G. Hedrick is new director of the academic center in East Liverpool, which will reopen this fall after being closed for several years. Hedrick, who has been serving as an instructor of English at Kent's Stark County center since last September, received his bachelor of science in education degree from KSU in 1957 and a master of arts degree from Notre Dame University in 1958. A native of Kokomo, Indiana, he has taught at St. Mary's College in South Bend, Indiana University's extension center in South Bend, and Glenwood High School in Canton. He also has worked as a systems engineer for International Business Machines Co. in Canton. Hedrick, whose home is in North Canton, is a member of the Ohio Education Association and Kappa Delta Pi and is affiliated with the Canton Players Guild. He and his wife have one child. Reopening of the East Liverpool academic center was approved by the University's board of trustees earlier this year. KSU is presently...
Set 6-Week A-V Series [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 June 1965
Set 6-Week A-V Series A series of special evening events, open to the public, will be sponsored by the Education Media Institute, directed by Dr. John W. Mitchell of the audiovisual education department. It will consist of lecturedemonstrations on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings for six consecutive weeks, beginning June 30, in University School auditorium from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Robert Brown, director of educational services for Encyclopedia Films, will present the first in the series, "Demonstration of Effective Use of Instructional Media in the Classroom." Brown has been nationally recognized for this demonstration. Second lecture - demonstration will be by James E. LeMay, field manager of Coronet Instructional Films. His presentation is entitled, "Developments in Educational Media Field." LeMay formerly was audiovisual director of Ozalid Corp.
Specialists' Role Changing, Grads Told [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 June 1965
Specialists' Role Changing, Grads Told Solutions to today's problems call for "a generation of general-specialists," the executive vice-president of American Telephone and Telegraph Co. told some 6,000 persons at the 52nd annual Spring Commencement June 12. Frederick R. Eckley spoke to the 1,018 who had just received degrees from President Robert I. White and their guests in Memorial Gymnasium. The former president of Ohio Bell and former member of the University's board of trustees described today's world as "an interdependent world where we have to stretch ourselves to recognize its problems and make our individual contributions to their solutions. "This stretching," he said, "means reaching across a number of disciplines to meet the needs of your times, for the role of the specialist is being modified." He went on to say that in business "mixed teams are being turned loose on problems. These teams might include an engineer, an economist, a scientist, a production man and a psycho...
Foundation Gets Senate Nod [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 June 1965
Foundation Gets Senate Nod The United States Senate has passed by a voice vote and sent to the House of Representatives a bill which authorizes establishment of a National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities. The House Committee on Education and Labor was to take up its version of the bill in executive session last week. According to the Senate there will be a seven-member Federal Council to coordinate activities of the Foundation. There also will be separate endowments for the arts and humanities.
Youngsters' Spanish Class Opens Monday [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 June 1965
Youngsters' Spanish Class Opens Monday A beginning Spanish class will be conducted on campus this summer for children entering the third and fourth grades next fall. Open without charge to children living in the Kent area, the class is being held in connection with the National Defense Education Act Summer Spanish Institute. / Limited to 30 children, it will meet from 8:50 to 9:45 a.m., Monday through Friday, from June 28 through August 10, in Dunbar Hall. Registration information can be obtained from the Department of Romance Languages and Classics, extension 297.
'Head Start' Unit Leaders Study Here [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 June 1965
'Head Start' Unit Leaders Study Here An intensive six-day workshop for 100 persons who will staff Project Head Start centers in northeastern Ohio began on campus this week. The project is designed to aid culturally and economically deprived children entering school this fall. Kent is one of 133 colleges and universities which are conducting training workshops. The youngsters themselves will attend eight weeks of classes during July and August. Area cities which will operate centers include Ravenna, Massillon, Canton, Steubenville and Youngstown. Also beginning at Kent this week was an Institute on Understanding the Communist Challenge sponsored by the University's Soviet Area Studies Committee and the Cleveland Bar Association. The institute, designed primarily for social science teachers, includes such speakers as Ference Nagy, author and former premier of Hungary; Jan Librach, former Polish diplomat and author; Professor Michael Pap, director of the Institute on Soviet Affairs at ...
Journalism School Shares In Cowles Press Scholarships [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 June 1965
Journalism School Shares In Cowles Press Scholarships The School of Journalism has been invited to share in a $lOO,OOO five-year scholarship program sponsored by Cowles Newspapers in Minneapolis, according to Dr. Murvin H. Perry, chairman of the school. The program calls for an award of $4OO to go to the student of each of the nation's accredited schools and departments of journalism who is rated the outstanding journalism student at the end of his junior year. KSU's School of Journalism was accredited this spring by the American Council for Education in Journalism. Plans for the Cowles scholarship program, to begin in the 1966-67 academic year, were announced recently by Joyce A. Swan, the newspapers' publisher. Swan said there would be "no strings" attached to the grants and that journalism deans and directors would have complete freedom in making selections of the winners. He did suggest, however, that scholastic achievement be given special attention. The award at Kent will be k...
Math Institute Begins [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 June 1965
Math Institute Begins Fifty-seven junior and senior high school mathematics teachers are participating in the University's seventh consecutive Mathematis Summer Institute, which began Monday and will run eight weeks. Director is "Dr. Kenneth Cummins, professor of mathematics. Supported by a $66,980 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), the institute is designed to upgrade the teaching of mathematics on the secondary level.