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Graduate fellowships offered [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

Graduate fellowships offered The National Science Foundation will offer three-year fellowships in the fields of science and engineering for the 1984-1985 academic year to persons who are at or near the beginning of their graduate study. Deadline for application submissions is November 23,1983. Announcement of awards will be mid-March 1984. For information and application materials write or phone the Fellowship office, National Research Council, 2101 Constitution Avenue, Washington, D.C., 20418. Telephone: (202) 334-2872.

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Blood drive on campus this month [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

Blood drive on campus this month XGI will sponsor a blood drive on October 31, from 9 am to 3 pm outside the Nurse's office in the Olmsted Building. Due to an extensive account at Central P.A. Blood Bank, Penn State students, staff and faculty members and their immediate relatives are eligible to receive free, unlimited blood coverage. Sign-up sheets will be in the Nurse's office or in the XGI lounge. Free donuts, juice and coffee will be available to all donors. For more information contact Leanne Drozdoff at 566-0362.

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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SGA election results announced [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

SGA election results announced By Jim Fitzroy Two hundred and fifty-seven total balldts were cast during the Fall 1983 Student Government elections held earlier this month. At stake were Junior Senator positions for the various divi- * _ . sions, and a question in response to an SGA Executive Board Inquiry. The new Junior Senators are Rita Weyant for Business Administration, 103 Votes; Alysia Bradford for Humanities, 18 votes; and Tony Kanakis in the Division of Science, Engineering and Technology with 91 votes. In a close race for Senator-at-Large, Valari Baker out-polled Dave Fitzgerald, 60 to 54. There were not.enough ballots cast to elect a representative for either the Public Affairs Division or the Division of Behavioral Science and Education. A referendum question posed to the voters, asked voters whether they thought all student organizations, clubs, and activities should be moved from their present locations in the Olmsted Building to a new loc...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Guns and campus police, reoccuring issue discussed [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

Guns and campus police, reoccuring issue discussed "GUNS," continued from pg. 1 mittee several years ago about this, but I guess there wasn't enough violence here to warrant. that* But, I would feel better if .we were armed because you never know when you'll walk into a situation." Had the same situation occurred here as did at HACC, Aleksy said, "We wpuld have blocked off the area as they (HACC Security) did and called in local police." "Local police are at least as available to the campus as they are to their own jurisdictions," said Dr. Jerry South, Director of Student Affairs. "There is good response from police in the Boroughs of Middletown and Highspire, and primarily from Lower Swatara Township, and the Pennsylvania State Police, if necessary." James Cox, Public Information Officer for the State Police, said his department has no opinion on campus policy toward arming campus police and that the issue is "entirely up to the campus administration." Lower Swatara Township ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Minimum pass-fail grade requirement may be upped [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

Minimum pass-fail grade requirement may be upped "PASS/FAIL," continued from pg. 1 deed failing. According to Miller, the passfail option permits students to take courses outside their major without jeopardizing their G.P.A., but allows some students to slide by without really learning, lowering academic standards. "I've always been in favor of pass-fail," Miller said, "but around here I've found a lot of students use it to lighten their workload." The study also cited that passfail hinders students applying to graduate and professional schools. Often these schools convert a T' to a 'D' when computing grade point, Miller said. Student Senator Jirii Kress, who represents the interests of the branch campuses at the Faculty Senate, said the subcommittee investigated many options, including eliminating pass-fail altogether. While he's not committed to either option, Kress said the motion as it stands now is better. "I saw more harm being done to students going on to graduate sch...

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Survey findings released after year-long compiling [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

Survey findings released after year-long compiling By Michele S. Haley Results of a women's survey on equal rights attitudes taken at random among women students registering for the Fall term at Capitol Campus one year ago, finally have been compiled and analyzed. Rie Gentzler, Professor of Behavioral Science, told Capitol Times that results of the survey have been delayed because "I simply didn't have the time to do it." Gentzler said she worked with the consulting of Dr. Kathryn Towns, Associate Professor of Educational Psychology along with the aid of some students. "We just wanted to find out what types of things women on the campus might want," she said. New women's courses and a debate to change the focus of the present Returning Women's Organization are examples. According to the study, 30 percent indicated they would like to see a current women's issues organization and female counseling on campus. Results of the survey show most women do not see themselves as femini...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Computerization to ease registration process [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

Computerization to ease registration process By Thomas O. Dekle Capitol Campus is in the midst of installing a computer system that will ease the admissions and registration processes. The new computer, known as Administrative Information System (AIS), is expected to be completely installed by January 16, 1984. AIS is a main computer system with various components including the Admisions, Records and Finance offices, Student Affairs, Academic Provost and Dean's office, and the various division heads. The Admissions office is currently being outfitted with the terminals for the AIS. The Records office will have their terminals by January 16. The system will first be used for registration for the Summer 1984 semester. AIS will make all information on a student's record readily available. During registration, course openings and closings will constantly be updated so a student may immediately decide what courses are available to him or her. Dorothy Guy, Records and Institut...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

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Gilmore applies for provost post, leaves on Fulbright Grant [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

Gilmore applies for provost post, leaves on Fulbright Grant By James P. Kushlan Dr. Harold L. Gilmore, fired last month from his position as Head of the Division of Business Administration, has applied for the office of Provost/Dean of Capitol Campus. In a telephone interview on October 8, the evening before he left for India on a Fulbright grant, Gilmore said he was going to inform the University Park administration of his application for Capitol's highest post. "I think I'm qualified," he said. Gilmore, a Professor of Management, was removed from his position as head of the Business Division August 31 by Dr. Stanley N. Miller, Acting Provost/Dean. Gilmore retains a teaching position here, though. Miller, speaking through Michael J. Breslin, Director of Campus Relations, continued to decline comment on any reasons for Gilmore's firing. According to Breslin, such silence is normal in personnel matters. In the September issue of Capitol Times, Gilmore was reported to be awa...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

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Business reps, discuss jobs at career fair [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983

Business reps, discuss jobs at career fair By Jeff Shatzer Sponsored by the Placement Office, the Career Fair brought more than 35 corporate, governmental, and military representatives to campus on October fourth and fifth. According to Julie Burton, a Career Planning and Placement Specialist, the fair is not a recruiting effort, but is designed to be an information exchange. The Placement Office invites companies to attend the fair to represent the various majors within the student body. Most that visit the campus are local businesses with a few international corporations like IBM. Burton said her office also invites businesses who have Capitol Campus Alumni as representatvies because students feel more comfortable talking with them. Some representatives commented on the job market and significance of a Career Fair. Michael Wills, AMP's representative, said, "the Fair is the best place for students to find out what various companies are about and what they have to offer."...

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