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Schools' PR Unit To Hear Finance Talk [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 19 August 1965
Schools' PR Unit To Hear Finance Talk An expert on school financing will address a meeting of the Northeast Ohio Chapter of the National School Public Relations Assn. to be held here next Tuesday, August 24. Speaking on "The Public Relations Role in School Finance," will be William Henry, director of publications and the information service of the Ohio Education Assn. (OEA). The meeting will be from 3 to 5 p.m. in Room 202, Merrill Hall. There is no admission charge and everyone interested is welcome, according to Dr. Harold Van Winkle, School of Journalism faculty member and secretarytreasurer of the sponsoring chapter. Henry has been with the OEA five years and is a former legislative correspondent in Columbus for United Press International. He has given special attention to school legislation in Ohio this year. Following a 6:30 dinner meeting of the OEA Leadership Conference in Eastway Center the same evening, Ned S. Hubbell of the National School Boards Assn., will give an addre...
Name John Binder Director Of Geauga Academic Center [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 19 August 1965
Name John Binder Director Of Geauga Academic Center John J. Binder has been appointed director of the KSU Geauga County Academic Center. He joined Kent State in 1964 as a college counselor and was both counselor and assistant director of the Elyria Center until his recent appointment. A veteran of the Korean conflict, he received his bachelor of education degree from Duquesne University and his master of arts from University of Notre Dame. He studied at University of Rochester in 1960 under a National Defense Education Act fellowship and also has done graduate work at St. Bonaventure University. Binder formerly was director of guidance at Panama Central School, Panama, New York; instructor in psychology at Jamestown Community College in Jamestown, New York, and a guidance counselor at Lorain High School. Binder
A A U P Honors Dr. J. K. Olsen [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 19 August 1965
A A U P Honors Dr. J. K. Olsen Dr. James K. Olsen of the political science faculty has been named to a special national committee of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP). Appointed by AAUP President David Fellman, Dr. Olsen will sit on a committee to revise the association's constitution. In addition to teaching at Kent, Dr. Olsen is an attorney at law and director of the University's Honors Program.
Diplomas Go to 946 Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 August 1965
Diplomas Go to 946 Saturday Degrees will be conferred upon 946 students—the largest summer graduating class in Kent's history at the 52nd summer commencement this Saturday. Master's degrees will go to a record 357 graduates, and four doctor of philosophy degrees will be conferred by Pres. Robert I. White. Ceremonies begin at 9:30 a.m. in Memorial Gymnasium. Commencement speaker is Max Freedman, nationally-known newspaper columnist. A native of Canada and one-time personal aid to the late Prime Minister MacKenzie King, he is considered one of Washington's most influential journalists. Freedman has been Washington correspondent for England's prestigious Manchester Guardian for 14 years. His byline appears in many American newspapers, including the Cleveland Press and the Toledo Blade. Also during commencement ceremonies, two men will be cited with Distinguished Service Awards for "significant contribution" to the University. They are Dr. Raymond M. Clark, dean emeritus of the Graduate...
Choir Will Perform Dr. White's Cantata [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 August 1965
Choir Will Perform Dr. White's Cantata Ending the summer on a musical note, Kent State's summer choir will present a concert this evening in the recital hall of the Music and Speech Building. Beginning at 8:15 p.m., the program will feature an original work by Dr. John White, assistant dean of the graduate school. Also among the selections will be a series of Handel choruses transcribed and edited by Dr. Frank Stillings, chairman of the school of music. Dr. Stilling's arrangements are from an early printing of Handel's manuscripts, purchased recently by the university for the library's rare books collection. The second half of the program will feature a premiere performance of a short secular cantata by Dr. White. He will direct the choir in his "Three Choruses from Goethe's Faust," including "The Monkey's Sonnet," "The Passing of Winter," and"The Turmoil." Also on the program will be Monteverdi's "Mass II"and "Four Love Songs" by Brahms. Piano accompanists will be Carolyn Foltz and...
Exhibit Has New Reading [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 August 1965
Exhibit Has New Reading One thousand paperback books for junior and senior high school students are on display at the Kent State University school today. The exhibit, open from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., is for teachers, librarians, supervisors and administrators in the Kent-Ravenna area. The collection contains new books specially selected for student reading, and represents over 70 American publishers. It is sponsored by the National Defense Education Act (NDEA) School Library Institute, now in its fifth week on campus.
Officials Make Ready For Housing Squeeze [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 August 1965
Officials Make Ready For Housing Squeeze One of the worst housing shortages in Kent State history is in prospect this fall, and university officials have taken emergency steps to accommodate the flood of students seeking dormitory and off-campus accommodations. The university has appealed to area residents to provide rooms for nearly 400 students who cannot be housed on campus because a dormitory was not completed when expected. Housing officials had hoped that the new eight-story Beall Hall would be completed ahead of schedule, and they optimistically booked 500 students for the fall quarter. With word that the building will not be ready until November or December, most of the displaced students must be accommodated in off-campus housing. According to Ronald Beer, assistant dean of men, the residence hall squeeze is even tighter because an unusually large number of upperclassmen are returning to the dormitories. Beer said the men's halls were "extremely overcontracted" because of t...
Cooperation Is Key For Kent and CSU [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 August 1965
Cooperation Is Key For Kent and CSU Kent State hopes to develop a "warm relationship" with the newly-created Cleveland State University, Pres. Robert I. White announced in a recent talk. "I see nothing in the way of conflict," Dr. White declared during a luncheon address before the Cleveland Kiwanis Club at Hotel Sheraton-Cleveland. "We all know the long-range job we must do in regard to the number of students to come," he added. Dr. White pointed up the problem by saying, "Even if all of the private colleges and universities in Ohio doubled their enrollments during the next eight years, the state-assisted schools would have to triple their enrollments to handle the number of students seeking to enter college." He also cautioned against placing too great an emphasis on numbers. "The citizens of Ohio," he said, "are concerned too much with numbers. Let us also keep in mind the necessity for quality." Dr. White noted that the floodtide of college student reflects the large population ...
Smooth Operating [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 August 1965
Smooth Operating Overloaded telephone lines will be a problem of the past when the university switches to the Centrex system Sept. 5. The new system will make it possible for outsiders to call university offices directly, without going through the campus switchboard. The new university exchange will be 672. All offices will have new four-digit extension numbers. Calls between departments on campus may be made by dialing the four-digit number. The same number, in combination with the 672 exchange, will be used by outside callers.
'EXPERT VISITORS' Our Men in Tanzania Receive Recognition [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 August 1965
'EXPERT VISITORS' Our Men in Tanzania Receive Recognition Kent State's teacher training project in Tanzania expected to continue until 1966 drew recent praise from Tanzanian president Julius K. Nyerere. Nyerere took the opportunity of dedication ceremonies for a new teacher training college to acknowledge the work carried on by Kent for the past three years. "Buildings by themselves are not very much use," he said. "This college is already able to make a contribution to our teaching requirements because we have had the services of specialists from Kent State University, U.S.A." "These expert visitors," Nyerere continued, "have contributed very much to improving the quality of the training given to teachers both here and elsewhere in Tanzania." He added the hope that, al- though the project was nearing completion, Kent officials would never "completely sever their connections with Tanzania." Kent's program in the African nation was begun in 1962 under a contract with the U.S. Agency ...
Four ROTC Cadets Land Scholarships [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 August 1965
Four ROTC Cadets Land Scholarships Four outstanding members of the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) have been awarded two-year scholarships worth about $2,500 each. The students, all juniors, are John T. Balcik of Lorain, Frederick W. Birkner of Kent, Frank W. Latona of Cleveland, and David D. Mainwaring of Streetsboro. Selected as alternates were Harold Careway of Canton and Rudy A. Champa of Cleveland. They will receive a scholarship should any vacancy occur. The four Kent students are among 977 cadets to receive the Air Force scholarships. Each scholarship pays registration and other fees, books and supplies, and a monthly allowance of $l5O. The two-year scholarships have been made available for the first time to Air Force ROTC cadets under provisions of the recently enacted ROTC Vitalization Act of 1964. Students were nominated by a faculty scholarship board composed of both military and civilian representatives. Requirements for nomination were based on leadersh...
Kansas Prof To Lecture On Yearbooks [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 August 1965
Kansas Prof To Lecture On Yearbooks C. J. Medlin, a national authority on school yearbooks, will be principal speaker at Kent State University's High School Yearbook Workshop Sept. 18. More than 300 students and faculty yearbook advisers are expected to attend the annual program, sponsored by the Northeastern Ohio Scholastic Press Association and Kent's school of journalism. Medlin, a yearbook adviser at Kansas State University, has conducted workshops across the country and is the author of two textbooks on yearbook production. His talk will be part of a daylong program on yearbook editing, layout, photography and business management.
All Booked Up [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 August 1965
All Booked Up Ann Wiland, who begins her freshman year this fall, surveys a stack of books which represent the amount of reading she will do in her first year at Kent. Her mother, Mrs. Richard Wiland, stands by the pile of books which were freshman reading in her college days. The difference represents the growth of Kent State and its academic program in the past decade. Both of Ann's parents were graduated from Kent 15 years ago. They live at 1223 Woodhill Dr. in Kent. For those who will be returning to school with Miss Wiland, Sept. 22 is the first day of classes.
Cooperates With Argonne Kent Joins Science Venture [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 August 1965
Cooperates With Argonne Kent Joins Science Venture Kent State is one of twelve institutions in this area which recently formed a new association to promote graduate education in the sciences. Known as the Central States Universities (CSU), the new association will stimulate graduate study in biological sciences, physical sciences, engineering and mathematics, especially as related to nuclear science. Dr. Charles A. Randall Jr., chairman of the physics department at Ohio University, will serve as president of the board. Dr. George G. Mallinson, dean of graduate studies at Western Michigan University, will be chairman of its council. Dr. Glenn Brown, Kent's Dean for Research, will represent KSU as a member of the board and a member of the council. He will also head a special committee of university advisers. Besides Kent, members of CSU are Miami University, Bowling Green, Toledo, Ohio University and John Carroll. Also included are Western and Northern Michigan, Northern and Southern ...
Some Help in Learning the Ropes Pre-College Conference Visits Provide Briefing for Freshmen [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 August 1965
Some Help in Learning the Ropes Pre-College Conference Visits Provide Briefing for Freshmen Beginning a college career can be a hectic process for the new freshman, confronted for the first time with registration procedures, placement tests, book buying, class scheduling and other foreign experiences. And parents, with their high school or college days behind them, can be twice as bewildered at today's fast-moving campus life. For the past seven years, Kent State's summer orientation program has made the transition to college life a bit easier for the student, as well as for mother and father. "Our program is unique in a sense because we do invite parents and have a special program for them," says Russell K. Nahas, di- rector of Kent's New Student Program. Throughout July and August, the University holds a series of Pre-College Conferences, each accommodating 200 new students and one or both of their parents. The two-day programs allow parents to stay overnight, getting a taste of c...