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School Secretaries To Open Eleventh Workshop Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 6 July 1955
School Secretaries To Open Eleventh Workshop Tomorrow Kent State University’s eleventh annual Workshop for School Secretaries will begin tomorrow and continue through Saturday. Designed as an in-service training program, the conference sessions will feature lectures and group discussions on subjects which will best help the school secretary and clerical worker to perform their work effectively. The workshop is being sponsored by the College of Business Administration and the College of Education of the University and by the Division of School Systems Secretaries of the Ohio Association of Public School Employees. A welcome to KSU to those attending the workshop will be given Thursday morning by Prof. Louise H. Wheeler, of the KSU Department of Secretarial Science. All sessions of the workshop will be held in the KSU Union building.
Martin Head Of Accounting [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 6 July 1955
Martin Head Of Accounting Prof. W. Harold Martin, who has been a member of the KSU faculty since 1948, has been approved as head of the accounting department by the University’s Board of Trustees. He succeeds Prof. Herbert W. Wilber who returns to full-time teaching. Professor Martin was graduated from Illinois State Normal University with a bachelor of education degree and from the University of Illinois with a master of science degree. He passed the examination as a Certified Public Accountant in Indiana in 1948 and in Ohio in 1934. The new department head is a member of the American Accounting Association, American Association of University Professors, National Association of Cost Accountants, American Institute of Accountants, Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants, and the Kent Chamber of Commerce. . . . Prof. Martin
Promotions Given To 20 On Faculty [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 6 July 1955
Promotions Given To 20 On Faculty Twenty faculty promotions have been approved by the University’s Board of Trustees. In addition, Dr. Charles E. Atkinson, registrar, who previously had no academic rank, was designated an associate professor of education. Also, Roland Patzer, who has been assistant director of the KSU Union building, was named assistant to the dean of men. Those promoted from associate to full professorships include Dr. Maury D. Baker, history; Prof. Walton Clarke, speech; Dr. Jacques Engerrand, foreign languages; Prof. John Kaiser, mathematics; Dr. Alberto Pamies, foreign languages; Dr. Matthew Resick, health and physical education. Faculty members promoted from assistant to associate professorships include Prof. Paul Baus, art; Prof. Karl Chesnutt, health and physical education; Prof. Evelyn Davidson, education; Dr. Rachel D. Davies, special education and speech; and Prof. Sarah Dunning, English. Prof. Robert Morrow, art; Prof. Henry Moulds, philosophy; Dr. Charle...
Aptitude Tests To Be Given [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 6 July 1955
Aptitude Tests To Be Given Counseling and aptitude testing for vocational and educational planning will be available at KSU to high school students and recent graduates during July and August. Dr. Dwight L. Arnold, director of guidance testing, explained that the testing and counseling should prove valuable to those who will attend college as well as those not planning further study. "Young people in or just leaving high school are often confused as to what they can or should do,’’ Dr. Arnold pointed out. "They want to get into work they can do successfully. Very often they are unsure as to what they can do and where there are jobs.” According to Dr. Arnold, counseling and aptitude testing often can help the student explore his interests, abilities and opportunities so that he can make plans which are more suitable for him. Advanced graduate students will assist the Office of Guidance Testing in this work. The testing of the individual may include interest inventories, scholastic ap...
Rackham, Flusche On Inspection Trip [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 6 July 1955
Rackham, Flusche On Inspection Trip Dr. Eric N. Rackham, dean of the College of Liberal Arts, and Capt. Raymond P. Flusche, assistant professor of air science, left on July S for Perrin Air Force Base, Texas, where they will inspect the Summer Camp which 16 AFROTC Cadets are attending. Their inspection will take place today and tomorrow, and they will return on the 8th. They will travel by commercial airlines on the trip. This is Dean Rackham's first visit to an Air Force Base where students are undergoing summer training. Captain Flusche’s home is at Electra, Texas—approximately 150 miles from Perrin.
Summer Choir To Give Fourth Annual Concert [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 July 1955
Summer Choir To Give Fourth Annual Concert The Fourth Annual Concert by the Summer School Choir is to be presented Tuesday, July 19, at 8:15 p.m. in the University auditorium. The program is under the auspices of the University’s Cultural Programs Committee and is open to the public. The choir is directed by Robert Hull Foulkes, assistant professor of music, with Marian Frutchey, accompanist. Choir membership is made up of both graduate and undergraduate students. Included in the program will be: Contata No. 61, "Come Redeemer of Our Race” by J. S. Bach, with the following soloists: Jo Ann Slevin, soprano, Akron; Wallace Nolin, tenor, Barberton; and B. Neil Davis, bass, Kent.
Registration Dates Set [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 July 1955
Registration Dates Set Students who are in school and wish to attend the second summer session may pay their fees starting Monday, July 18, until noon of July 23, according to Dr. Charles E. Atkinson, registrar. Students who have not been advised may sign up for classes during that week or at any time between now and July 23. Students not in school are to register for the second term on Friday, July 22. There will be a late registration fee charged beginning Monday, July 25. All graduate students must pick up their trial programs and large registration cards at the office of the dean of the Graduate School. Students who have filed their second term trial programs in the registrar’s office may pick them up and pay their fees now or any time before July 22.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 July 1955
STAR IN PLAY—Shown above are the principals in the University Theatre production, “Hay Fever,” to be presented Thursday and Friday at 8:30 p.m. in the University auditorium. Tickets for the Noel Coward three-act comedy are available to students free of charge in room 119 Kent Hall. Prof. Earle G. Curtis is directing the play. Left to right, above, Mary Stephenson, who portrays “Myra,” John Loice, who plavs “David” and Barbara Curtis takes the role of “Judith.”
Book Store Urges Cap, Gown Orders [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 July 1955
Book Store Urges Cap, Gown Orders Students finishing their work in July for the August commencement are asked to make arrangements in the book store in the basement of the Union building to pay for the rental of caps and gowns before leaving the campus this month. Graduation announcements also are available in the Pock store. Rental fee for a bachelor’s degree cap and gown is $2.58 including tax and the fee for the master’s is $5.67.
Honorary To Hold Picnic For Pledges [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 July 1955
Honorary To Hold Picnic For Pledges Delta Beta chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, national honor society in education, will hold a picnic and pledging ceremony tonight at Fred Fuller Park, Kent. Members and pledges will meet at 5 p.m. in the parking lot behind Kent Hall where transportation will be provided. Members of other chapters, alumni of Delta Beta chapter, and husbands and wives of members and pledges are invited. Tickets for the picnic supper are 75 cents per person and are on sale in 213 Kent Hall.
Opera Star Lily Pons To Present Concert [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 July 1955
Opera Star Lily Pons To Present Concert Lily Pons, world-famous coloratura soprano, will appear at KSU auditorium Saturday, July 16, under the auspices of the University’s Cultural Programs Committee. The famous star of opera, radio and television and movies was born in Cannes, France and became a U.S. citizen in 1940. Miss Pons made her opera debut in Europe at the Opera House in Mulhaus, Alsace Lorraine in "Lakme.” She made her Metropolitan debut in New York Jan. 2, 1931, in the title role of Lucia di Lammermoor. In addition to her appearances with the Metropolitan, Miss Pons has appeared with leading opera comStudents, faculty and other KSU employees may get tickets for the Lily Pons concert in the corridor between the Administration Building and Merrill Hall from 10 a.m. until noon Thursday (July 14) or until all are distributed. Students &gt; must present activity tickets. Any remaining tickets will go to the general public on a first-come-first-served basis from 9 to 1...
Display Driving Trainer [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 July 1955
Display Driving Trainer The "classroom of tomorrow,” featuring a revolutionary behind-the-wheel training device for giving ’teen-agers driving lessons in wheelless cars, is being demonstrated here today. The trainer is located in back of the arts building. Now in use at a number of high schools and commercial driving schools throughout the nation, the Drivotrainer is the subject of a widespread research program being sponsored by the Aetna Casualty and Surety Company in the New York City and Los Angeles public schools and at lowa State Teachers College. The unique driver-training classroom, equipped with a two-place model of the Aetna Drivotrainer, is being shown this summer to driver education instructors attending summer sessions at colleges and universities in the northeastern part of the U.S. The Drivotrainer tour is being conducted by the insurance company in cooperation with the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators, National Safety Council and the International...
Capt. Herbruck To Join Faculty At West Point [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 July 1955
Capt. Herbruck To Join Faculty At West Point Capt. Bruce K. Herbruck, Assistant Professor of Air Science at Kent State University, has received orders transferring him to the United States Military Academy, West Point, N. Y. He will report to the Military Academy on July 15, and will be assigned to the Department of English as an instructor. Both West Point and Annapolis have been assigning 25 percent of their graduates to the Air Force since it was established as a separate service in 1947. Twenty-five percent of the teaching personnel at West Point is made up of Air Force officers. This is the last year that Air Force officers will be assigned to other service academies as teachers because of the establishment of the new Air Force Academy to produce regular USAF officers. Captain Herbruck has been with the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps at KSU since June 1952. During his three years here he has been teaching both freshman and senior Air Science courses. Before coming to...