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Kappa Delta Pi, Education Honorary, Installs Thirty-four [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 July 1965
Kappa Delta Pi, Education Honorary, Installs Thirty-four Thirty-four students have been initiated into Kent's Delta Beta chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, national honor society in education. The induction program was under the direction of the chapter officers, Kathleen McCurdy, acting president; Mrs. Josephine Warden, vice-president; Carole Lumm, historian, Harry Forgan, and Prof. John Durance and Dr. Glenn Maynard, faculty counselors. Dr. Richard F. Goodings, lecturer and tutor at the Institute of Education, University of London, England, and a visiting lecturer at Kent this summer, presented the lecture at the ceremonies. He was inducted as an honorary member of the society. Initiates from Ohio are: Marian C. Huber, Akron; Maxine Miller, Amherst; Rita F. Recker and Rita J. Harvey, Ashtabula; Christine Nowak, Bedford; Mrs. Joellyn L. Leget, Beverly; Mrs. Lucile Cornell and John T. Weber, Jr., Canton; Anthony F. Gregorc, Chesterland. Mary Jane Manak, Robert J. Planisek and Myron H. Riege...
Frosh Orientation Starts on Monday [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 July 1965
Frosh Orientation Starts on Monday Some 3,500 freshmen will interrupt summer jobs and vacations during July and August to complete plans for entering the University this fall. They, along with their parents, are coming to campus to attend pre-college conferences, a series of two-day sessions, scheduled from July 26 to August 27. Students will spend their time on testing, academic consultation, registration, buying their books and paying fees. Their parents will get a glimpse of campus life and Kent programs through tours and briefing sessions with uni- versity officials and upperclassmcn. Objective of the conference is "to help students find starting college a more meaningful and orderly process than is possible in the rush of the first days of classes," said President Robert I. White. "We want both students and parents to learn more about the University and its staff and to become aware of our concern for the welfare and progress of each student as an individual," he added. Russell...
Centers Add Two to Staff [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 July 1965
Centers Add Two to Staff Dr. N. A. Sicuro and Thomas Lamb have joined the central administrative staff of KSU's Division of Academic Centers. Dr. Sicuro has been appointed Director of Program Planning and Development and Lamb, Director of Regional Services. Lamb is no stranger to the division, having served as director of the Euclid Academic Center the last three years. He also is a member of the elementary education department, holding the rank of assistant professor. Dr. Sicuro comes to the University from Geauga County, where he has been assistant superintendent of schools for a year. Sicuro was one of three persons to be awarded a doctor's degree at Kent's June, 1964, commencement.
Civil Service Seeks Chemists [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 July 1965
Civil Service Seeks Chemists A new examination announcement for chemist positions paying up to $16,460 a year has been issued by the Chicago region of the U. S. Civil Service Commission. The professional positions are with federal agencies in Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin. Details concerning the jobs are in a booklet which can be obtained by writing the Regional Director, Chicago Region, U.S. Civil Service Commission, Main Post Office Building, Chicago, Illinois 60607.
Original Piano Quartet Gives Concert Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 July 1965
Original Piano Quartet Gives Concert Wednesday The Original Piano Quartet, which has performed in major cities throughout the world, will appear July 28 in the Summer Artist-Lecture Series. The performance, to begin at 8:30 p.m. in University Auditorium, is open to the public without charge. Quartet members are William Gunther, Adam Garner, Edward Edson and Frank Mittler. They organized in Europe before World War 11. Because there was virtually no music written specifically for four pianos, the quartet has developed a repertoire of its own arrangements. Works of 13 composers will be presented in the Wednesday concert. They are Bach, Mozart, Schubert, Liszt, Paderewski, Gershwin, Bizet, Paganini, Chopin, Grieg, Garner, Falla and Ravel. Before coming to the United States, the group gave concerts in Paris, Brussels, Vienna, Budapest, Berlin and Leipzig. Their premiere performance in America was in New York City in 1940. Since then, they have appeared in every major city in the United S...
Too Many Leave Field Of Teaching – – Gorman [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 July 1965
Too Many Leave Field Of Teaching - - Gorman There is no shortage of qualified teachers in this country, there is only a shortage of personnel available for teaching, according to Dr. Burton W. Gorman, chairman of the Department of Secondary Education. The problem exists, says Dr. Gorman, in the ability of school systems to attract and hold qualified teachers. And it is not altogether the money, he adds. "Conservatively, I would estimate there are from 50,000 to 75,000 persons in Ohio alone who are certified to teach or who could renew their certification with a minimum of work, yet who are not teaching today," the professor declares. To him, the fact that for the past several years more than 15,000 teachers have left money in the Ohio Teachers' Retirement Fund who were not retired, signifies they might intend to return to the profession. "Professional personnel is the one persistent problem that has haunted American education from the beginning," Dr. Gorman asserts. Another signific...
Latin America Expert Speaks [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 July 1965
Latin America Expert Speaks Author and journalist Daniel James, a specialist on Latin American affairs, spoke here yesterday on "The Explosive Caribbean and American Survival." His talk was sponsored by the Artist-Lecture Series in cooperation with the Latin American Area Studies program. Author of five books on Latin America, James is currently a correspondent for the Latin American Times in Mexico City. He also has done network television commentary in the United States. James recently completed a news-gathering tour of the Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Colombia, Guatemala and Mexico.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 July 1965
SENORA ESTELA Ramirez Pacheco de Ogan dramatizes a point to her beginning Spanish class for third and fourth graders being held here in conjunction with the Spanish Institute. The pupils meet from 8:50 to 9:45, Monday Photo by Mike Chickiris through Friday. The class started June 28 and will conclude August 10. Last week the youngsters were taken on a field trip to Western Reserve University in Cleveland.
Three Army ROTC Cadets Win Two-Year Scholarships [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 July 1965
Three Army ROTC Cadets Win Two-Year Scholarships Three outstanding students in KSU's Army Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) have been awarded two - year scholarships. The students, all juniors, are James Hansen of Cuyahoga Falls, Daniel Koch of Berea, and Rudolph Petrich of Barberton. Awarded under the ROTC Vitalization Act of 1964, the scholarships include all registration and laboratory fees, books and other required expenses, except room and board. Bach cadet also receives $5O a month except during six weeks of summer training, when he is paid $l2O per month. Requirements for nomination were based on leadership, academic rank, military aptitude and motivation, and service to the University. Koch, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Koch, was first in his military science class in both his freshman and sophomore years at Kent. A mathematics major, he has won the Military History Prize and the Department of the Army Superior Cadet Medal. He is a member of the Newman Club, worke...
'Stark County Day' Is Set [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 July 1965
'Stark County Day' Is Set The University will host the first annual "Stark County Day" on Saturday, September 25, when it entertains Dayton in its home opener in Memorial Stadium. Most of the Golden Flash coaching staff formerly coached in the Stark area. Head Coach Leo Strang, of course, was at Massillon before coming to Kent. Assistants Nick Coso and Jack Robb served under him there, while Tony Ware came from Canton McKinley and Hap Lillick, from Louisville. Dayton's coach, John McVay, also has a Stark County background. He played his prep football at Massillon, then coached at Canton Central Catholic.
Board Photos Now in Atrium [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 July 1965
Board Photos Now in Atrium For the first time, portraits of a Kent State board of trustees are displayed in the Administration Building. The 11-by-14-inch photographs, framed in walnut, are hanging outside the board room in the reception room for information of the Atrium. The gold labels identify Robert C. Dix of Kent, board president; Robert H. Stopher of Akron, vice-president; Robert L. Baumgardner of Westlake; Frederick M. Broda, Canton; Ray P. Dinsmore, Akron; John McSweeney, Wooster; C. R. Porthouse, Streetsboro; Donald C. Rowley, Ashtabula, and Clayton G. Horn, Canton.
See 14,000 Fall Enrollment, 1,000 More Than '64 [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 29 July 1965
See 14,000 Fall Enrollment, 1,000 More Than '64 It seems likely that full-time campus enrollment this fall will exceed that of September, 1964, by 1,000 students, and reach "slightly more than" 14,000. But "figures change daily,"says Dr. J. Quentin Jones, director of admissions and records. Some 3,500 to 4,000 new students freshmen and transfers—are expected to begin the fall quarter. Latest compilations show 3,373 new students already have paid fees and confirmed their attendance. Of these, only 237 are transfers, according to Dr. Jones, who explains, "Transfers are slower in responding. Some are attending summer schools or working, and they just don't know their plans. There usually are many transfers in the group we hear from immediately before classes start." The office of Dr. Jones "hears from" a great number of people. There is an average of 11,000 pieces of mail each month to answer either by letter or by sending literature, he says. One of the things that makes his job inter...
Schedule August 4-7 For 'Miracle Worker' [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 29 July 1965
Schedule August 4-7 For 'Miracle Worker' William Gibson's "The Miracle Worker," highly successful on Broadway and in the movie, will be University Theatre's fourth presentation of the summer, opening Wednesday, August 4 and continuing through August 7. A special Saturday matinee on August 7 has been added to the originally scheduled performances. It will begin at 2:30. Dr. William Zucchero will be directing his second play this season. First was the opener, "West Side Story," which rated rave reviews from critics. Playing the part of Annie Sullivan, devoted teacher-friend of blind and deaf Helen Keller, will be Professor Zucchero's wife Nancy. Helen Keller will be portrayed by Lisa Bixenstine. All evening performances will begin at 8:30 in E. Turner Stump Theatre, Music and Speech Center. Others in the cast are Glen Lucas, a doctor; Bette Blakslee, Kate Keller; Tony Walsh, Capt. Arthur Keller; Doris Ramsey, Aunt Ev Keller; Kim Bixenstine, Percy. Paula Treckel, Martha; James Brown, J...
Recruiters Here For Air Force [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 29 July 1965
Recruiters Here For Air Force Air Force recruiters will be in the lobby of the Union from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, August 5, to speak to both men and women about opportunities in the Air Force. "You are encouraged to discuss your future with representatives of the Air Force Officer Selection Team," say the recruiters. "Remember, as you plan your career, the Air Force is a team, a proud profession a way of life. Your decision is important to you, your family and the Air Force as we approach new horizons in The Age of Space."
Marceau, Conried Signed For Artist-Lecture Series [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 29 July 1965
Marceau, Conried Signed For Artist-Lecture Series Internationally-famous French pantomime artist Marcel Marceau and actor Hans Conried head the list of attractions in the KSU Artist-Lecture Series to begin next fall. Also highlighting the 1965-66 season will be a performance by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Max Rudolph and featuring piano soloist Lorin Hollander. Lectures will be given by Lawrence Spivak, producer of television's Meet the Press, poet John Ciardi and syndicated columnistpolitical scientist Max Lerner. Other performers will be S. I. Hayakawa, author and language authority; Sylvia Marlowe, harpsichordist, and William Warfield, baritone. Tickets for all performances will be available in the University Bookstore in the Union. All programs are open to the public and most are free. A charge of $1 will be made to non-students for tickets to the Marceau, Conried and Cincinnati Symphony programs. Conried will present a comedy satire, "Absence of a Cello." (A...
Mass Times Set [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 29 July 1965
Mass Times Set Mass schedule for the second summer term in Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel has been announced by the religious office. Masses will be at 9:30 and 11 a.m. on Sundays, and at 6:50 a.m. and 4:20 p.m. daily, Monday through Saturday. Confessions will be half an hour before Mass. The church is located at 1424 Horning at the end of Theatre Lane, east of the Music and Speech Building.