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New Phone System Due Sept. 5 [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 8 July 1965

New Phone System Due Sept. 5 Telephone callers to the University soon will be saying, "Number, please?" to switchboard operators instead of the other way around for awhile. On September 5 a new telephone system, called Centrex, will be put into use. It will make possible the by-passing of switchboard operators after callers learn the various private numbers within the University. Faculty and staff members are now passing out cards informing those concerned with the numbers to use in dialing them direct, ac- cording to John W. Bunn, vicepresident for business and finance. Need for a new system became apparent, Bunn said, because the two positions at the present switchboard could not be expected to keep up with present and expected University expansion. Some means for increasing efficiency while keeping labor costs down was sought and it was de- cided that Centrex was best, the vice-president added. All state government offices have switched to Centrex, as {lave many universities incl...

Publication Title: Kent State University Summer News
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Standards Tests Set [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 8 July 1965

Standards Tests Set College of Education Quality Standards Tests will be given from 2 to 6 p.m. Monday in Bowman Lecture Hall A. Students may register for them now in the college office, Administration Building. Next standards tests will be August 2. Formerly each student wrote a composition which was graded two ways for grammar, punctuation, sentence structure and spelling, and for handwriting. As of July 1, a separate halfhour handwriting test will be taken, which will not be graded as a theme, but for penmanship alone.

Publication Title: Kent State University Summer News
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Motor Activity Program Topic [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 8 July 1965

Motor Activity Program Topic "Motor Activity and Its Relationship to the Learning Process" was the topic of a one-day institute for area teachers held here yesterday. Among the speakers were Mrs. Alma Jones, chief psychologist for the Dayton Public Schools, and Dr. Margaret Thompson, director of the Motor Therapy Laboratory at Purdue University and a specialist on physical education programs. Purpose of the program was to acquaint area teachers, students and University staff members with the effects of motor activity on the total learning experiences of children. Dr. Mathew Resick of the Department of Health and Physical Education was in charge of the institute.

Publication Title: Kent State University Summer News
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
'Sleep of Prisoners' Will Open Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 8 July 1965

'Sleep of Prisoners' Will Open Wednesday Second presentation in the University Theatre's summer series will have only four in the cast, all men, including the play's director, Dr. Bedford Thurman. "A Sleep of Prisoners," Christopher Fry's religious play, will be presented July 14-17. It is the story of four prisoners of war who are confined in a church. After an incident in which one of the men tries to kill another, the men go to sleep and their dreams are shown. Biblical figures are reflected in the dreams, and the murder attempt is seen as the story of Cain and Abel. Also portrayed are the stories of David and Absalom and Abraham and Isaac. The men supposedly go through the fiery furnace of Nebuchadnezzar as Shadrac, Meshac and Abednego. According to Dr. Thurman, associate professor of speech, the point of the contemporary English playwright's work is "to affirm Fry's hope that human beings will start practicing Christianity and will live according to the Bible's injunction to lo...

Publication Title: Kent State University Summer News
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Orients New Staff [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 8 July 1965

Orients New Staff Dean O. William Perlmutter of the College of Fine and Professional Arts finishes up a four-day stint tonight as poverty program consultant at the University of Oklahoma. Dean Perlmutter has been helping the university at Norman, Oklahoma, to set up a training program for the staff of various conservation centers in that area.

Publication Title: Kent State University Summer News
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Given Fourth NSF Grant [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 8 July 1965

Given Fourth NSF Grant For the fourth consecutive year Kent State University has received a research grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The $18,387 grant i? to be used by the various science fields to support research through purchase of equipment and stipends for graduate students pursuing higher degrees. Department involved are biology, physics, mathematics, chemistry, psychology and geology, the same ones which shared last year's NSF allotment. A committee of department chairmen will be set up to judge how the money is to be used, according to Dr. Glenn H. Brown, dean for research. "The amount granted by NFS is determined by the amount of research done at a university," said Dr. Brown. "The fact that KSU's allocation has increased steadily over the last four years reflects the growth of research on our campus."

Publication Title: Kent State University Summer News
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Train OWE Leaders Here For New Ohio Centers [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 8 July 1965

Train OWE Leaders Here For New Ohio Centers First of two workshops for coordinators of Occupational Work Experience (OWE) programs will be held here next Monday through Friday. The sessions are for beginning coordinators of 20 new programs to start operation for the first time next fall. The second workshop, August 9-13, will attract experienced coordinators of the 19 programs now in operation in Ohio's public schools. OWE programs, sponsored by the trade and industrial education service of the State Department of Education, have been in operation in the state three years. They are planned to meet the needs of in-school youth, 16 years or older, who have been identified by guidance counselors as not meeting standards for admission to either full-time school or cooperative skilled-trade programs of trade and industrial education. Students in OWE are employed by local industries in limited-skill occupations, at beginners' wages. They also are enrolled in regular school courses, workin...

Publication Title: Kent State University Summer News
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Scandinavia Goal Of 1966 Seminar [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 8 July 1965

Scandinavia Goal Of 1966 Seminar The University will offer a summer travel seminar in the Scandinavian countries during the second summer term of 1966. From July 25 to August 27 next year, those enrolled will travel through Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. The course, intended especially for students in history, geography, sociology, economics, business, art, education, industrial arts, industrial technology and engineering, will be open to others if the program meets their needs. Included will be actual visitations to modern industries as well as historic crafts shops, to famous cities and ancient villages, noted museums and restored villages, old castles and new schools, department stores and crafts exhibitions. There will be lectures by craftsmen, designers, economists and sociologists in universities to point out the role and influence of technology in contemporary Scandinavian culture. Each student will carry on an individual study which may be appropriate to his m...

Publication Title: Kent State University Summer News
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
The KSU SUMMER NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 8 July 1965

The KSU SUMMER NEWS The Kent State University Summer News is published each Thursday during the two summer terms by the School of Journalism. Copy should be turned into the editor, Mrs. Irene Sarbey, at 114 Merrill Hall, by noon Friday, to be included in the following week's edition. Phone numbers of the Summer News office are 386 and 387.

Publication Title: Kent State University Summer News
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Demonstrate 'Telelecture' [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 8 July 1965

Demonstrate 'Telelecture' New methods of communication were demonstrated last night in a program sponsored by the Educational Media Institute, held in University School auditorium. A new system of long-distance communications known as "Telelecture" was in operation. The system, which makes it possible to transmit both sound and pictures through regular telephone wires, has been used by several universities and industries. During the demonstration educational figures in various parts of the country were contacted and interviewed. Also shown was the "Electrowriter," a new device for immediately transmitting written messages from one location to another. Charles H. Hunger, supervisor of Kent's film library, was in charge of the program.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 8 July 1965

The New Lost City Ramblers, folk singers, will appear in University Auditorium at 8:30 p.m. Thursday, July 15. The trio is the third attraction in the Summer Artist-Lecture Series. All natives of New York City, the singers are John Cohen, Tracy Schwarz and Mike Seeger. Cohen holds two degrees from Yale School of Tine Arts and is a contributor to folk music publications. Schwarz and Seeger are veteran band musicians who have recorded their work and published folk music collections. The group, together six years, specializes in American country music, including southern mountain music. Selections from the 192(ys and 193(ys will be featured in the program, which is open to the public without charge.

Publication Title: Kent State University Summer News
Source: Kent State University
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School Secretaries Hear Head of Clarion College [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 8 July 1965

School Secretaries Hear Head of Clarion College Dr. James Gemmell, president of Clarion State College in Pennsylvania, will be keynote speaker for the 21st annual Workshop for Educational Secretaries, to be held here July 12 to 14. Approximately 200 will attend the three-day conference, which provides training for secretaries employed by public schools in Ohio and Pennsylvania. Group discussions at the workshop will cover such topics as educational TV and business communications. Born in Scotland, Dr. Gemmell began teaching in 1938. He taught economics at Pennsylvania State University until assuming the Clarion presidency in 1960. He has been active in numerous business education groups.

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Source: Kent State University
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 8 July 1965

In the last 10 years, 19 faculty members and nine KSU graduates have been awarded fellowships for study and teaching abroad. * * * Kent offers the doctor of philosophy degree in biological sciences, chemistry, education, English and history.

Publication Title: Kent State University Summer News
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Urges Cabinet Post To Upgrade Education [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 8 July 1965

Urges Cabinet Post To Upgrade Education A new federal department of education with a place in the president's cabinet was urged by a prominent educator at the University Tuesday. Dr. Raymond Callahan, author and professor at Washington University, St. Louis, said that "our presidents have not really had the facts" on the state of American education. What is needed, he said, is someone to present educational needs to the chief executive as vividly as military needs are presented by the Secretary of Defense. He criticized both politicians and the public for giving lip service to the value of good schools, but providing for minimum needs rather than a truly excellent program. Callahan, author of a book called "Education and the Cult of Efficiency," spoke in the College of Education's summer lecture series.

Publication Title: Kent State University Summer News
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
28 Get Perfect Grades, 221 on Deans' Lists Spring Quarter [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 8 July 1965

28 Get Perfect Grades, 221 on Deans' Lists Spring Quarter Twenty-eight students in three of the University's colleges achieved academic averages of 4.0, or perfect grades, for the spring quarter. They are: College of Business Administration Steven Darr of Canton and Eugene Landis of Cuyahoga Falls. College of Fine and Professional Arts Elena Maximilian of Cleveland, Harry Schaefer of Medina and Thomas Kucharik of Garfield, New Jersey. College of Arts and Sciences from Ohio, Patricia Ann Warren, Alliance; Olga M. Christos, Ashtabula; Dorothy Neboh, Barberton; Gary J. Sekerak, Bedford; Ann K. Rasche, Canton; Carol Ann Bracken, John J. Stolfo and Cynthia Ann Williams, all of Cuyahoga Falls. Richard L. Violand, East Palestine; Kenneth G. Holden, Geneva; Roger B. Traycoff and Michael A. Walus, Kent; Ann Bohmer, Louisville; Richard Tarulli, New Philadelphia; Roy Bell, Salem. Gail Gimbel, Warren; Cora J. Ross, Waynesburg and Carol B. Schuller, Youngstown. From Pennsylvania, Pamela K. Grand...

Publication Title: Kent State University Summer News
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Eastway Recreation Center Suffering from Disuse [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 8 July 1965

Eastway Recreation Center Suffering from Disuse RECREATION FACILITIES at Eastway Center have been going begging so far this summer, says Raymond Moran, director of housing. Those on campus have the opportunity to bowl, shoot pool or billiards, play ping pong and enjoy refreshments from a complete vending bank. The Center is open from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m., Monday through Saturday. A minimum fee is charged for bowling and billards — other activities are free, Moran explains. Photos at left and right show some of the unused facilities. Photos by Paul Knittel

Publication Title: Kent State University Summer News
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
'Head Start' Trainees Set Up Centers [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 8 July 1965

'Head Start' Trainees Set Up Centers After a week's briefings on campus, members of Project Head Start are setting up centers to provide special training for underprivileged youngsters in the months before school begins. More than 90 trainees attended the program, part of a national effort conducted by the federal government's Office of Economic Opportunity. Co-directors of the orientation were Dr. Roger Beitler, formerly associate director of Kent's academic centers and now superintendent of Ashtabula area city schools, and Dr. Leah Houser, assistant professor of early childhood education. Enrollees came from Steubenville, Lorain, Sandusky, Dayton, Harrison county and Youngstown. "They were to go back, prepare, orient and coordinate volunteer and professional services aimed at giving deprived pre-schoolers a chance to catch up," according to Dr. Beitler. KSU faculty members who participated in the sessions included Dr. Feme Shipley, chairman of early childhood education, Mrs. Ethel...

Publication Title: Kent State University Summer News
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
3011 Enrolled At KSU Centers [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 8 July 1965

3011 Enrolled At KSU Centers Three thousand and eleven students are enrolled for the two tferms at the 10 Academic Centers which are open this summer. All University centers except 3alem and West Geauga have scheduled classes, mostly in the evenings. The terms run concurrently with the campus calendar. Centers operating this summer are Ashtabula, Bedford, Canton, Cleveland, Elyria, Euclid, Orrville, Tuscarawas County at New Philadelphia, Wadsworth and Warren.

Publication Title: Kent State University Summer News
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
New Librarian [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 8 July 1965

New Librarian Walter D. Morrill, Muskingum College librarian the last four years, has taken over his new duties as assistant director of the University's libraries. From 1957-1961, Morrill was on the library staff at University of Illinois, where he received his master of science degree. His bachelor of arts degree is from Monmouth College. Last year he was chairman of the college and university section of the Ohio Library Association.

Publication Title: Kent State University Summer News
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 8 July 1965

The University's 12 off-campus academic centers annually enroll more than 5,000 students. The East Liverpool Center will reopen this fall, bringing the number of centers to 13.

Publication Title: Kent State University Summer News
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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