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All Faculty Conference [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 April 1958
All Faculty Conference At the All-University Faculty Conference, which met at Santa Barbara on April 2, 3, and 4, reports were given by various study committees including "The Faculty of the Uni-versity—l9sB-70," and "Educational Policy and Research. The first report was prepared under the chairmanship of Angus E.. Taylor, the second was under George A. Bartholomew. The Faculty of the University, 1968-70 In order to maintain the present high quality of its faculty, it will be necessary to pay "the highest" salaries and improve other benefits. It will be quite difficult to attain high-quality faculty within the next few years because the supply of potential teachers is restricted by the low birth rate of the 30's; the increased competition from industry, and government. By 1970 the University should increase its staff 2.5 to 3 per cent in order to accommodate the increase in students and reduce the student-faculty ratio from 20:1 to 12:1. The total number of potential Ph.D.'s is abou...
ASUCMC CONSTITUTION [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 April 1958
ASUCMC CONSTITUTION This is the new A.S.U.C.M.C. constitution which will provide a workable up to date framework under which your repreresentatives to the council can function. You will be asked to vote on this next week. Read it, give it your consideration, and vote! It was designed by Mr. Jim Lleberman, president of the Medical School, and by the staff of the A.S.U.C.M.C.
CONSTITUTION [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 April 1958
CONSTITUTION I. NAME AND PURPOSE 1. The name of this organization shall be the Associated Students, University of California Medical Center. (ASUCMC.) 11. ORGANIZATION AND MEMBERSHIP 1. All registered students, graduate and undergraduate, In the University of California Medical Center shall be members of the ASUCMC. 2. The organization shall be governed by a Campus Council. 111. THE CAMPUS COUNCIL 1. The Campus Council shall consist of two parts. a) the Executive body; Including the ASUCMC president and the presidents of the schools of Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, and Pharmacy (or the vice-president of a school whose president Is also ASUCMC president); membership total of five, b) the Representative body shall Include one member ot each class of the above named schools (total 15 representatives); one graduate student from each of the schools of Dentistry, Medici n-e, Pharmacy (total 3 representatives); one representative from each of the schools of Dental Hygiene, Physical Therapy...
CAMPUS MEMO [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 April 1958
CAMPUS MEMO April 25 —ASSM Council—Curriculum evaluation. All Medical students invited. Time: 2:00 p.m. Place: Room 1365. April 26—Dental School Dance, Lion's Club (see pg. 1). April 29—Noon Concert from 12--1 in Classroom B, Medical School Building. April 30—Noon Topics from 1--1:30 in Golden Gate Room, H. C. Moffitt Hospital; Social Ethics and Human Ecology. April 30—Newman Club meeting at 8:00 p.m. Lecture by Rev. Warren HOlleran on "The Mystery of Infallibility." May 4 —Medical School Piftiic (see pg. 1 for details). May 4—Newman Picnic at Los Altos. May 6—Noon Concert. May 7—Noon Topics: Voice and Personality. May 9—Rummage Sale.
TRAVEL IN TEMPOSPRING SING THEME [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 April 1958
TRAVEL IN TEMPOSPRING SING THEME It's spring again and the nurses at 810 are exercising their vocal cords. This year's theme is the result of the "catchy title" contest sponsored by the spring sing committee. Winner of this contest (for which the prize was two big weeks of polished white shoes) was Joyce Daulton. Her title of "Travel in Tempo" will set the stage for the program. The Spring Sing this year will be held on the seventh floor of 610 Parnassus. The public is invited to hear and see this event to be held on May 15 and 16, Included on the program are songs both sublime and ridiculous interspersed with dances and other routines. The committee for the song fest includes Carol Marklcy, chairman; Sylvia FertiaW, Marilyn Skidmore, Glen da Odale, and Mary Lou Stogden, music; Carol Hagihara and Adele Tern, staging and costumes; and Elaine Park, publicity. Jot down these dates —we hope to see you there.
Dean Fleming Honored By California State Dental Association [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 April 1958
Dean Fleming Honored By California State Dental Association Those who educate students well are more to be honored than they who produce them; for these only gave them life, those the art of living well. April 21 —ARISTOTLE The great philosopher must have looked into the future and had the man in mind whom we honor today for, certainly, no one could have given more than he to building the lives of those who have had the privilege of training under him. His work is his profession, his contributions to dental education, and that which he has done to cause the advancement of the art and science of dentistry and the improvement of the health of the public are noble examples of complete devotion to a cause, a purpose and a duty. His selection as a member of the Council of Dental Health of the American Dental Association, his election as president of the American College of Dentists and of the American Association of Dental Schools, and his constant counseling with other institutions of l...
ON THE HILL Long Live the King [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 April 1958
ON THE HILL Long Live the King by Jack Hockel and Bob Neumayr BEAUTIFUL, BEWILDERING, BACCHANALIA: The Royale Room of the Richelieu Hotel was packed to capacity by a wonderful crowd anxious to crown their King Bacchus . . . the temperature of the room was quite understandably increased; no one seemed to mind this otherwise uncomfortable condition, but those few who did found the dancing quite enjoyable in the street outside . . . among the guests who remained in the lighter levels of Stage I anesthesia were Doctors Mikkefeeit and Berglars . . . Roger Tennyson .was seen standing quite bewildered at the bar staring at the mass of people wondering, perhaps, if there could be someone willing to listen to a sales talk on the merits of his '51 Chrysler . . . the door was well tended by the men of pharmacy: Dick Penna, Walt Arkush and Bob Day were seen busy with bids in this corner . . . some even came without dates, such as Jacques deLorimcr and Paul' Fredericks . . . the bartenders, slow...
SPORTS Track Star at Med Center [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 April 1958
SPORTS Track Star at Med Center By MITS FUKUMURA The son of a former Olympic star is now attending UCMC. His name is John Merchant, a sophomore dental student who is specializing in orthodontics. John's career in track stems back to his father who competed in the 1920 Olympics at Belgium and 1924 Olympics at Paris, France. The senior Merchant's main interests were in the broad jump and hammer throw; and at one time, he held the National record for the latter event. Taking after his father, John broad-jumped and also ran the high hurdles at Berkeley High. After Berkeley High, John decided to go to UC at Berkeley. As a freshman at Cal, John broadened his track participation as he entered all the events he possibly could. John's greatest thrill came when he was one of the four members of the sprint medley relay team which broke the freshman collegiate record for that event. Running with him were three outstanding track stars —Don Bowden, who was the first American citizen to run the mi...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 April 1958
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Zen Buddhism and Psychiatry [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 April 1958
Zen Buddhism and Psychiatry By YASIN BALBAKY Mr. Allan Watts recently gave an illuminating lecture on Zen Buddhism; the issue was raised about the applicability of the Zen Euddhist concepts in modern psychiatry. The very question is quite interesting in its presumptiveness, the implication that some mystical and Oriental "God knows what" philosophy could have something to do with psychiatry. Of course lor learned people it may be quite easy to see the continuity between freedom from anxiety and conflict sought in psychonalysis on one hand and the SATORI state of oneness with the universe and with the self, the state of no purpose and no end, the state ol direct perceptiveness and the blissful suchness . . . ideas with which Mr. Watts confounded us so delightfully. 'But let us leave for the moment our deep thinking psychiatrists and "go back to the cave" as Plato would put it, back to our refreshing crowd of young students, nurses and doctors and study their reactions to the issue at...
KULTURE KORNER [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 April 1958
KULTURE KORNER If you have seen any interesting- plays, films, etc., about which you have any comments, or If you wish to try your hand at creative writing: or poetry, send your contributions to Kulture Korner, Synapse, Sl4 UCII. All articles will be considered, so if you wish to see your name and work in print (or your work without your name) submit today. Noon Concerts—Every Tuesday from 12:10-1:00, students and faculty members may enjoy the various programs of classical music as presented by divers groups of musicians in classroom B of the Medical School Building.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper — 25 April 1958
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