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Summer Grads Get Reminder [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 July 1965
Summer Grads Get Reminder Candidates for degrees at Summer Commencement who are completing work at the end of the first term are reminded to do the following before leaving school: 1. Order cap, gown and graduation announcements at the University Bookstore in the Union. 2. Be certain the dean of the college involved has the correct address to which commencement materials will be mailed during the second term. 3. Check with the treasurer's office for any unpaid bills which could hold up graduation. Commencement rehearsal will be at 3 p.m. Friday, August 27, in Memorial Gymnasium, where Summer Commence will be held at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, August 28. All graduates are urged to attend the rehearsal.
Long-Time Trustees Dix, Stopher Again Lead Board [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 July 1965
Long-Time Trustees Dix, Stopher Again Lead Board Robert C. Dix, editor and publisher of the Kent-Ravenna Record-Courier, Monday was elected to his third full term as president of Kent State's board of trustees. Dix was president pro tem from January to June, 1963. He was elected for 1963-64, reelected for 1964-65, and now, for 1965-66. A resident of Kent, he has been a trustee 24 years. Other officers, all reelected, are: Robert H. Stopher of Akron, editorial page editor of the Akron Beacon Journal and a board member since 1955, vice-president; Miss Sue Gambaccini, secretary to President Robert I. White, secretary, and University Treasurer Frederick H. Bauer, treasurer. Dix
Brazil Ex-President Speaks Here Friday [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 July 1965
Brazil Ex-President Speaks Here Friday Former Brazilian President Juscelino Kubitschek will speak here tomorrow under auspices of Latin American Area Studies and the Summer Artist-Lecture Series. His talk, at 11 a.m. in Bowman Lecture Hall A, is open to the public without charge. Kubitschek served as Brazil's chief executive from 1955 until 1961. He would have been eligible to run for the presidency again this year, but his political rights have been suspended by Humberto Branco, interim president. Kubitschek, as well as other high officials, was barred from political activity when Branco was appointed several months ago to fill out the unexpired term of former President Goulart. No specific charges have been made public against Dr. Kubitschek or any of the other leaders suspended. The widely known statesman will discuss his country's present turbulent, unstable situation in his talk tomorrow. Educated in medicine and a practicing physician for many years before he entered politics,...
Mental Health Aide Lectures [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 July 1965
Mental Health Aide Lectures Dr. Eli Bower of the National Institute of Mental Health is speaking at 10 a.m. today in University School auditorium. He is second lecturer this week in a summer series sponsored by the College of Education. On Monday, Robert Vosper, president-elect of the American Library Association, spoke. He also is head librarian at the University of California at Los Angeles. Also appearing on campus today is Dr. Michael Pap, director of the Institute of Soviet Affairs at John Carroll University.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 July 1965
Dr. Jordan A. Hodgkins, chairman of the geography department and director of the Institute on Understanding the Communist Challenge, chats with Dr. Richard L. Walker, right, special lecturer at the institute. Dr. Walker, a leading authority on recent developments in Red China and the Far East, is professor of international relations and director of the Institute of International Studies at the University of South Carolina. His appearance last Saturday was part of the five-week institute sponsored by the Cleveland Bar Assn. and the University's Soviet Area Studies Committee. Today Prof. Michael Pap, director of the Institute on Soviet Affairs at John Carroll University, will speak at 10:55 a.m. in Bowman Lecture Hall B. His talk will be on, "Communism and Nationalism."
70 Youth Counselors in Training [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 July 1965
70 Youth Counselors in Training An eight-week training institute designed to help alleviate the critical shortage of qualified youth counselors in Ohio began Monday at KSU. Seventy counselor trainees from Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky are enrolled and most will be employed at Ohio's new Youth Opportunity Centers after they complete the program. The centers, to be operated by the State Bureau of Employment Security, are being established to aid the thousands of Ohio youths unable to find jobs because they lack the necessary education or training. Offices will be located in Cleveland, Akron, Youngstown, Columbus, Cincinnati, Canton, Dayton and Toledo. The Cincinnati office already is open and the others will open later this year. Officials say the number of jobless youth has been increasing steadily the last several years because automation is eliminating more and more jobs requiring only minimum skills. The institute, financed by a $54,656 grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, contin...
Allen To Direct University Press; Eight Other Staff Posts Approved [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 July 1965
Allen To Direct University Press; Eight Other Staff Posts Approved C. Howard Allen, former editor and director of the Western Reserve University Press, this week was named director of the newly-established Kent State University Press. Created earlier this year, the University Press is designed to stimulate research and is another major step in Kent's drive for excellence. Allen, president of his own Cleveland publishing firm of Howard Allen, Inc., for the last six years, is one of eight staff appointments approved by the board of trustees at its Monday meeting. The board also approved Edwin P. Fricke, a member of the journalism faculty at Loyola University in New Orleans, to the new post of publications editor; Thomas E. Hairston of Ohio University as director of the placement bureau, and Dr. F. Leslie Speir to the new position of assistant to Dr. John J. Kamerick, vice-president and dean of faculties. Allen, who headed Western Reserve University's Press operations from 1946 to 1958...
Counseling Service Is Open to All [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 July 1965
Counseling Service Is Open to All The University's Guidance Laboratory offers vocational, educational and personal-social counseling services to KSU students and individuals, regardless of age, from surrounding communities. There is no charge for guidance services. Appointments are available from 8 a.m. through 2 p.m., weekdays, during both summer terms. The laboratory is located at 303 Kent Hall, telephone extension 304. Dr. Lawrence Litwack is director.
Interns Getting Taste Of Accounting Work [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 July 1965
Interns Getting Taste Of Accounting Work Did you ever hear of a busman's holiday that lasted three months? That's exactly the situation of 17 accounting students this year and 15 to 20 students during the next academic year. The "holiday" is an internship with an accounting firm, a program inaugurated in 1961. Nearby public accounting and industrial firms cooperate with the University in giving the interns the opportunity to get on-the-job training before graduation. Sixty-nine accounting majors have participated in the plan since its inception. Director is Dr. Rudolph Malandro, assistant professor of accounting. Dr. Franklin H. Sweet, chairman of the department, said the purpose of the program is "to give the student a chance to apply theory he has been taught in class. "The student sees various accounting stystems in operation. Helping him to decide whether he wants public or industrial accounting also is an objective." Four hours' credit is given for the three-month training peri...
Taylor Renamed To PR Council [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 July 1965
Taylor Renamed To PR Council William Taylor, professor of journalism, has been reappointed to the educational advisory council of the Public Relations Society of America. The nine-member council advises the society on current developments in public relations teaching. Prof. Taylor served as chairman of KSU's School of Journalism from 1936 to 1963, when he stepped down to devote full time to teaching and research. Twice he has received the Governor's Award for the advancement of Ohio's prestige. He is a member of numerous organizations in public relations education and journalism.
Media Events Lineup Given [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 July 1965
Media Events Lineup Given Films, talks and demonstrations continue to attract audiences for the NDEA-sponsored Educational Media Institute, with special events being held Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings. They are from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. in University School Auditorium and are open to the public without charge. Tonight Ralph Riefenstahl, community service supervisor of Ohio Bell Telephone Co., will give a "Preview of Sponsored Films and Other Instructional Materials." Next Tuesday, new Encyclopedia Britannica Films will be presented by Edward Jenkins, representative of the company. John Dome, director of audiovisual services at Miami University, will present, "Counseling the Instructional Staff Concerning the Effective Use of Educational Media" and "Providing Effective Support for Instruction," on July 21. Next Thursday, Frank Carbee, regional representative of Eastman Kodak Co., will present, "MultiImage Projection" and"The Super Eight Film in Education." Dr. John W. Mitchel...
Formosans Aim at Ph. D.'s [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 July 1965
Formosans Aim at Ph. D.'s Jim Wang and his friend Yan Johnson, both from Formosa, found out about Kent State University in a catalog at the American Embassy in their native country. They now live in an off-campus apartment, along with Wang's wife and two-year-old daughter Lucy, while the men work toward their doctorates in chemistry. They have been here a year and a half. Wang, a research assistant, says he expects his Ph.D. in the summer of 1968. He is a graduate of the Taipei Institute of Technology, Taipei, Formosa. Mrs. Wang is interested in securing typing jobs.
Final Revised Broadcasting Schedule WKSU FM 89.7mc KENT THE SOUND OF SUMMER '65 [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 July 1965
Final Revised Broadcasting Schedule WKSU FM 89.7mc KENT THE SOUND OF SUMMER '65 Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 6:00 p.m. News News News News News 6:05 Summer Serenade (one hour of dinner music, 5 days a week) 7:00 Georgetown Fruitful BBC World Forces of Dateline Forum Years Report Change London 7:15 Georgetown Profile Viewpoint Forces of Dateline Forum Change London 7:30 Folkways European Jazz ways Forces of Broadway Review Change 7:45 Folkways German Jazzways Contact Broadway Press 8:00 News News News News News 8:05 Sounds of Theatreland Sounds of Sounds of Sounds of Summer Showcase Summer Summer Summer 9:00 Summer Pops Concert , . (each night featuring one composer or orchestra; 9:55 News News News News News 10:00 Sign Off Sign Off Sign Off Sign Off Sign Off
Second Session Deadlines Near [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 July 1965
Second Session Deadlines Near Next week is the time for those planning to attend the second summer term to complete registration procedures and pay fees. Students who have pre-reg-istered may pick up their packets in the lobby of Bowman Hall between 9 a.m. and noon or 1 to 3:30, Tuesday through Friday, July 20-23. Those who have not preregistered may do so on Friday, July 23, only. All fees are to be paid by next Friday, according to Fred F. Head, assistant to the registrar.
School Lunch Sessions Held [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 July 1965
School Lunch Sessions Held The first of two workshops for managers and cooks in school lunch programs began last Sunday and the second will start next Sunday. Sponsored by the Ohio School Food Service Association (OSFSA) and the University, the six-day programs proved intensive training in food purchasing, storage, preparation and serving. The workshops are limited to 20 participants each.
Learned Visitors Teach At KSU This Summer [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 July 1965
Learned Visitors Teach At KSU This Summer Many visiting professors and instructors are on campus this summer, lecturing in various departments and institutes. The social sciences have Dr. Thomas D. Clark, distinguished visiting professor, who is chairman of the history department at University of Kentucky; Dr. Seweryn Bialer, department of political science, Columbia University. Dr. Charles G. Crowe, history, Western Reserve University; Prof. Richard L. Lawton, geography, Northern State Teachers College, Aberdeen, S. Dakota; Dr. W. M. Lotkowski, geography, Antioch College, and Dr. Morris Slavin, history, Youngstown University. Dr. Leonard B. Spiegel, department of chemistry, Youngstown University, is a visiting associate professor. Among those the College of Education has added for the summer are William Arn, supervisor of special education, Mansfield city schools; Mrs. Leona Anderla, elementary supervisor, Crestwood; Dr. Rachel Ball, professor emeritus, Arizona State University. Dr...