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Cabinet Changes Go into Effect Friday [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1966
Cabinet Changes Go into Effect Friday Dr. Ronald Roskens, dean for administration and assistant to the president, tomorrow assumes the newly-created position of vice-president for University relations and development. Acting on President White's recommendations, the board of trustees at its May meeting also approved the following changes, all effective tomorrow: Dr. George C. Betts, from director of University relations to executive dean for public service and publications, also a new position. Dr. Robert E. Matson, from dean of men to dean of students, a post vacant since 1963. Change of title of Dr. John J. Kamerick from vice-president and dean of faculties to vice-presi-dent and provost. Dr. F. Leslie Speir, from assistant to the vicepresident and dean of faculties to associate provost. Richard Edwards from coordinator of federal programs to assistant to the president. Robert Stockdale, from assistant to the director of University relations to assistant to the vice-presi-dent for...
Flutist To Solo [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1966
Flutist To Solo Flutist John Rautenberg will be soloist when the Cleveland Summer Orchestra opens the KSU Summer Art-ist-Lecture Series July 5. The varied program will start at 8:30 p.m. in Memorial Gym and is open to the public without charge, with no seats reserved. Louis Lane will conduct the orchestra in the following selections: "Hungarian March" from"The Damnation of Faust," by Berlioz; "Introit" (Homage a Pierre Monteux) (1966) by Paul Creston; Mozart's "Concerto for Flute and Orchestra in G Major," featuring Rautenberg, and Tchaikovsky's "Symphony No. 4 in F Minor, Opus 36." The Summer Orchestra will return to Kent August 9 for a second concert of the season here. All seats will be on a firstcome, first-served basis, according to Dr. John C. Weiser, director of the Concert-Lecture program. . . . Cleveland Summer Orchestra has played many times in Memorial Gym
Deadline [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1966
Deadline Deadline for applying for August commencement in all colleges is the end of this week. Applications for graduates in the College of Education may be obtained in the office of Dr. A.E. Hendricks, assistant dean for student personnel, Education Building, or the admissions and records office in Bowman Hall. Other colleges request that application blanks all be obtained at the Bowman office.
Units Given New Names [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1966
Units Given New Names Trustees have approved the change from Department to School of Library Science and named Dr. Guy Marco dean rather than chairman. The new school will be autonomous rather than a division of the College of Education. The change is in line with recommendations of the American Library Association Committee on Accreditation. Trustees also changed the name of the Department of Industrial Arts to the Department of Industrial Arts and Technology.
Harkness Is Arts, Sciences Dean [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1966
Harkness Is Arts, Sciences Dean Dr. Bruce Harkness of the University of Illinois has been appointed dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. His appointment, effective August 1, was announced by President Robert I. White following approval by the board of trustees. Dr. Harkness, presently professor of English and associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Illinois, succeeds Dr. Phillip R. Shriver, who is now president of Miami University, Oxford. Dr. Robert F. Sitler, associate professor of geology, has been acting dean of the college since Dr. Shriver's resignation in 1965. In announcing the appointment, Dr. White said: "We are indeed fortunate to have secured the services of Dr. Harkness. He is a scholar of note and has had major administrative experience in a nationally-known university"ln addition, he is widely known in circles which will be important in such matters as recruiting." Dr. Harkness joined the Illinois English faculty in 1950 after receiving his ...
W. B. Welch Talks Today [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1966
W. B. Welch Talks Today Dr. W. Bruce Welch, education research and program specialist for the U. S. Office of Education, bureau of disadvantaged and handicapped, will speak at 10 a.m. today in University School Auditorium. His subject will be, "A Program for the Disadvantaged: Project Head Start, Its Past, Present and Future." His talk is part of the College of Education's Summer Lecture Series. Dr. Welch has served in many positions, including teacher, principal and supervisor of activities in rural schools for Greene County, Ga.; professor of education, Foreign Operations Administration, Education specialist to Iran; director of guidance and testing; school psychologist, and coordinator of training program for Peace Corpsmen bound for Nigeria. Before assuming his present position, he served as director of the human development department of the Richmond, Va., public schools.
Ten Students in Africa For Work-Study Project [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1966
Ten Students in Africa For Work-Study Project Ten Kent students have arrived in Africa on a trip designed to bolster U.S.-Tanzanian relations. The students, along with their advisor, traveled by jet to Dares Salaam, capital of Tanzania, with short stops in Paris and Cairo. They left New York last Saturday. Termed SPOT (Student Project on Tanzania), the plan calls for the students to spend 10 weeks in the East African nation on a work-study program. The first week will be spent at the International Conference of World University Service meeting in Dares Salaam. The next five weeks will be devoted to a "bricks and mortar" project with African college students building an elementary school addition. The remaining weeks will consist of a tour of Tanzania, allowing Kent students to study the country and its people. The 10 students making the trip are: Sherry Mullett of Barberton; Barbara Clark, Cleveland; Alan R. Keeping, Coshocton; Eva Kies, Cuyahoga Falls; Tom Rail, Middleport. Bob Hil...
Name Brown For Council [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1966
Name Brown For Council Dr. Glenn H. Brown, dean of research and professor of chemistry, has been elected to represent the American Chemical Society's Akron section on the society's national council. The council, which meets twice a year, is the deliberative body of the 103,000-member society. It helps to select the socity's national officers and guide ACS scientific and educational activities. Dr. Brown has been a member of the American Chemical Society since 1942. He was chairman of the Akron section last year and previously served on the society's national council in 1955-57. He was a member of the ACS committee on constitution and bylaws in 1957. Born in Logan, Dr. Brown received the bachelor of science degree from Ohio University, his master of science from The Ohio State University and doctor of philosophy from lowa State University. He is a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and a fellow of the American Institute of Chemists.
Set Display Schedule [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1966
Set Display Schedule Library exhibits this summer will feature KSU's international projects, Nigerian artifacts and the press and democracy, according to Prof- William Taylor, who is in charge of scheduling the exhibits. Professor Taylor said the display schedule is filled through March, 1967, except for next January. The office of international studies and programs, with Dr. Roy Wenger in charge, will furnish the July exhibit. Nigerian artifacts on loan from President Emeritus George A. Bowman will be shown in August. Social studies librarian Mrs. Esther Bone will be in charge. "The Press Serves Democracy" is the title of the School of Journalism's September exhibit, with the school's chairman, Dr. Murvin H. Perry in charge. Professor Taylor said anyone wishing to sponsor next January's display or to schedule one after March should contact him in room 118, Rockwell Library.
Need Tutors [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1966
Need Tutors Akron-Summit County Tutorial Project needs tutors to assist deprived children in reading, mathematics and other subjects, according to Rev. William E. Jacobs of United Christian Fellowship. Anyone who can give one night a week to this effort is asked to contact the Religious Counselors' Office, room 119 Kent Hall, for further information. The phone number is 672-2785. Transportation will be furnished, the Rev. Mr. Jacobs said, and the hours involved, including travel time, will be 6:30-9 p.m.
Vincent, Melville Specialist, Is Granted Third Fulbright [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1966
Vincent, Melville Specialist, Is Granted Third Fulbright A Kent professor and world authority on poet-novelist Herman Melville will be in Italy next year under his third Fulbright award. Dr. Howard Vincent will lecture at the University of Rome and serve as a consultant to the Council of American Studies in Rome. The following two years he was His grant, which runs from October to June, 1967, also calls for lectures at the Universities of Naples, Florence and Bari. Dr. Vincent's is the eleventh Fulbright award held by Kent faculty members in the last dozen years. A member of tjie English faculty since 1962, Dr. Vincent came here after a year as a Fulbright lecturer at the University of Liege, Belgium. In 1954-55, he held a similar Fulbright in France at the Universities of Lyons, Bordeaux and Aix-enJProvince. director of library services in France with the United States Information Service. Dr. Vincent's many books include "The Trying-Out of Moby Dick," a highly regarded study of Me...
Corey, Malandro Head Departments [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1966
Corey, Malandro Head Departments Dr. C. Stanley Corey has been appointed chairman of the economics department and Dr. Rudolph Malandro has been named chairman of accounting. Dr. Corey, professor of economics, was named to a twoyear term as chairman at his own request. Dr. Malandro, associate professor of accounting, succeeds ProfFranklin H. Sweet, who resigned to accept another position. Trustees also have approved the appointment of George Urban as assistant business manager. He has been serving as administrative assistant to the dean of the College of Art and Sciences. Dr. Corey was named acting chairman of economics last fall, replacing Dr. Bernard Hall who is now dean of the College of Business Administration. A member of the Kent faculty since 1937, Dr. Corey taught previously at Keuka College in New York. He is also a former high school principal and mathematics instructor. Dr. Malandro, who joined the Kent faculty in 1955, taught previously at Ferris Institute in Big Rapids, ...
Perlmutter, 57 Others Of Faculty, Staff Quit [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1966
Perlmutter, 57 Others Of Faculty, Staff Quit Resignation of Dr. O. William Perlmutter, dean of the College of Fine and Professional Arts, to assume a similar position at New York State University, Albany, is effective today. At its last meeting, the board of trustees also accepted 57 other staff and faculty resignationsThose who are leaving are: Dr. Maurice W. Baker (biology), Caroline Bean (resident counselor), Judith Bowman (resident counselor), Linda Bragg (English), Dr. Romeo Ciriano (chemistry), Dr. Gerrit Daams (philosophy). William M. Derrick (assistant to dean of College of Fine and Professional Arts), Dr. G. Phillip Dolan (assistant dean of men), Louis J. Elteto (Germanic and Slavic languages). Thomas W. Emerick (TV technician), Margaret Ezekiel (speech), Margaret Fabry (mathematics), Carol Flaumenhaft (history) Dr. Arra M. Garab (English), Gloria Galante (English), Mario Garcia (University School). Richard Goodrick (journalism), Barbara Gregorich (English), Dr. Joseph Gros...
She Recalls KSU of 49 Years Ago! [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1966
She Recalls KSU of 49 Years Ago! Graduates of universities all over the country who go back to their campuses after a decade or more, experience feelings of nostalgia for the old and awe in seeing the new, as gigantic expansion programs take place. Miss Matilda Kessler, 1919 graduate of the Department of Home Economics at Kent, was unable to attend dedication ceremonies for her department's new building, Bertha L. Nixson Hall, last April. But the invitation to the dedication stirred memories and she wrote the following letter, which was read by Mrs. Helen Yahner, class of 1952, at the luncheon following formal ceremonies. The letter has been placed in the Home Economics archives. "Imagine if you can, the September of 1917 and this green high school kid lugging her suitcase up the hill to enroll. No parents drove us or even escorted us; it was long before the affluent society and two or three cars in every garage; just legs as a means of transportation. No weeping, wistful family far...
Honor Society Blanks Due [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1966
Honor Society Blanks Due Applications for membership in Kappa Delta Pi, national honor society in education, are now being accepted for summer initiation, July 14. Application blanks may be obtained from the Elementary, Secondary, Early Childhood, Special Education and Graduate Education offices in the Education Building. Completed applic ati on s must be received by July 8 to be considered for summer initiation, according to Dr. Glenn Maynard, faculty counselor of the society.