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N.E.H. has summer research grants [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 April 1984

N.E.H. has summer research grants The National Endowment for the Humanities has announced a grant program that allows individuals under 21 to spend a summer carrying out their own non-credit humanities research program. The Younger Scholars Program will award up to 100 grants nationally for outstanding research and writing projects in such fields as history, philosophy, and the study of literature. These projects will be carried out during the summer of 1985. The application deadline is September 15, 1984. Award recipients will be expected to work full-time for nine weeks during the summer, researching and writing a humanities paper. For guidelines write to: Younger Scholars Guidelines CN, Room 406, The National Endowment for the Humanities, Washington, D.C. 20506.

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Public Affairs has certificate program [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 April 1984

Public Affairs has certificate program The Public Affairs Division will offer a certificate program in practical politics in the fall of 1984. The certificate program will include coursed in lobbying, campaign management, political advertising, polling and political consulting. The certificate program will be the third of its kind offered by an American university. For more information about the Program, stop by the Public Affairs Division office in W-164 or call 948-6050.

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Air Force names new dumping sites [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 April 1984

Air Force names new dumping sites Map courtesy P.S.U.; D.E.R. Info. Map shows dump sites: 1.) Meade Heights and 2.) Fruehauf. "Air," continued from p. 1. Additional sites named by the Air Force include: -Lisa Lake, a residential area west of the campus. Records show that this site was used between 1956 and 1963 as a landfill for demolition waste, drums containing oils and other unknown liquids, trash, airplane parts, lumber and other debris. DeBenedictis said some of the drums were crushed to save space. Testing by D.E.R. in July, however, showed no chemical contamination in the lake. ~A fire/emergency training pit west of the runway at the Harrisburg International Airport just south of the campus. This pit was filled with solvents and other flamable materials and used for fire-fighting practice. The wastes have now spread out of the pit. -Two incineration areas under what is now the runway and near the taxiways at the airport. -The Sunset Golf Course s...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Turnout light for S.G.A. election [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 April 1984

Turnout light for S.G.A. election By Linda McCarty Voter turnout for the Spring Student Government Association Election was lighter than last year's turnout, according to former S.G.A. president Joe Oddo. An estimated 15 percent of the student body cast their ballots on during the election held on the third and fourth of this month, down from slightly over 20 percent last year, he said. Public Policy major Peter Mekosh won the nomination for president, beating opponent Linda Licata by 64 votes with a total of 210. Although no candidates appeared on the ballot for the offices of vice president and secretary, Bob Dopkosky won the bid for vice president with 18 write-in votes, and Cindy Kurtz was named secretary with 33 write-in votes. According to Oddo, one student received more write-in votes than Dopkosky for the vice presidential position, but was disqualified due to a rule regarding academic standing which requires S.G.A. members to have at least a 2.0 ...

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Dancers get big 'break' at Capitol [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 April 1984

Dancers get big 'break' at Capitol By Tony Perry They were breaking, popping and gliding before an awe-struck standing room only crowd Monday, but the most exciting experience of the afternoon for them was watching a videotape of the performance. Members of "The Funk Affect," gathered around a television monitor in the video production studio shortly after a 1:00 P.M. break dancing exhibition in the auditorium during which they demonstrated the movements of the latest cultural metamorphosis of dance along with two other young break dancing teams, "The Harrisburg Circuit Breakers" and the "Cosmic Rockers," also from Harrisburg. Conceived and coordinated by second semester Multi-Media major Carol Kokoski, the exhibition more than filled the 208 seat auditorium with an enthusiastic crowd that clapped and cheered. The teams "popped" (moved their bodies jerkily as if they were segmented), "glided" (moved their bodies fluidly as if they were floating), and pe...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 April 1984

limes Thursday, April 19, 1984 Vol. 18, No. 7 Linda A James E Tony G. McCarty Executive Editor Fitzroy Perry Managing Editor Managing Editor Jeffrey G. Shatzer Production Manager Photography Composition Editor Editor Editor Editor Neil A. Angelo Myers Vecchio Sports Haley Events Michele S. Kimberly C. Kathleen E Donald R. Bush Business Manager Assistant Heraghty Production Strausburger Reviews Sean C Ferry Advertising Consultant Consultant Jerome J. Trently Editorial Advising and consulting Bern Sharfman, Dr. John Patterson The 'Capitol Times' welcomes letters from readers. Letters Intended (or publication must be signed by the author and indicate his/her club or organizational affiliation, If any. The 'Capitol Times' rearves the right to edit or releet letters at Its discration, although K la our policy to edit as little aa possible. Letters published do not necessarily reflect the views of this newspaper or He staff. . . M. . ....

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Where's the waste? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 April 1984

Where's the waste? An Editorial By Linda McCarty The probability that the unknown waste buried in the woods near Meade Heights poses a serious health threat to Capitol Campus seems slight. But the incident has posed serious questions about the University's awareness of and preparedness for potential environmental hazards. For eighteen years Capitol Campus has occupied the land once owned and utilized by the Air Force. Hasn't anyone at least inquired about the barrels only partially hidden in the ground for over 20 years? It is understandable that those who have only walked along the Meade Heights path failed to notice. Yet Penn State has maintained houses within yards of the area and even built a path on top of the site, and still it appears as if they've never completely explored it. Had they, someone would have undoubtedly stumbled across the Air Force remains. Or maybe someone did and their findings were deemed too insignificant to wa...

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To correct our mistakes: [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 April 1984

To correct our mistakes: I he photograph of Joe Oddo on page three of our March issue was taken by Laurie S. Bedford, not Jeff Shatzer. The article "Short roster won't harm baseball team's spirit" that appeared on page fifteen was written by Linda McCarty, not Angelo Vecchio

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Letters to the Editor: [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 April 1984

Letters to the Editor: Letter to the Editor, First, I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the people who donated their time and effort to make the book sale that was held March 21 and 22 a success. Almost $400 was collected from students, faculty, and staff and donated to the Joseph C. Atkins Memorial Scholarship Fund. I was pleasantly surprised at the response the students showed; it seems we are not as apathetic as we are portrayed to be. I was also surprised at the response encountered from the faculty—but not pleased. This fund was organized for one purpose-to pay our respects to a fellow human being. We weren't honoring him as a professor, husband, father, or anything else-only as a man. All faculty members of Capitol Campus received announcements of our book sale and a request for donations of used books. Several times flyers were sent out and met with not only apathy, but selfishness. The basic response was, "I didn't know him, therefore I don't care." Only...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 April 1984

Question: How do you feel about a possible housing and Compiled by Linda McCarty lUIIIOn inCTSaSS llSX! T3II.' Photos by Jeffrey G. Shatzer "Again? It seems like it goes up every year. When I started in the fail of 1980, tuition was $600 a trimester or $1800 a year. Now it is $1300 dollars a semester. It has more than doubled in four and one-half years." Rick Fasick Junior, Accounting "It is tough...For those scrimping and saving there is not enough advance notice (with regard to past increases). If they have to, they have to, but (they should) give notice. I know people who couldn't come up with the money last year and couldn't come back." Nancy Smith Senior, Accounting/Finance "I think its depressing. How much tuition has gone up is unbelievable. It puts more pressure on people who support you." Sharon Crosswaite Junior, Behavioral Science "Again? I guess if you want to go to school you have to pay it. But they ought to set a common price instead of raising it every year...

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New provost looks to future... [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 April 1984

New provost looks to future... By Tony Perry The students of Penn State University's Capitol Campus have "the opportunity to participate in the blossoming of an institution," according to Dr. Ruth Leventhal, who will assume the post of Provost/Dean on July 1. Leventhal, who said she was "absolutely delighted" about her move to Capitol, said recently that she was pleased about "working with the quality of faculty, staff and students" at Capitol, and the opportunity to "move Capitol Campus forward and make it as famous as Joe Paterno." Capitol Campus' low percentage of minority and women faculty and students is "something that clearly needs immediate attention " said Leventhal. "We need to put immediate attention into recruitment and retention of minorities and women." She said the campus is in need of "positive role models" for women and minorities to provide students with a balanced perspective. "My past activities and my future activities speak for my committment to minority ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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...while Miller recalls a year of leadership [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 April 1984

...while Miller recalls a year of leadership "What I like doing best is helping people do what they do best." Dr. Ruth Leventhal Incoming Provost Photo Jeffrey Shatzer Dr. Leventhal discusses business with Don Plourde, Finance Officer, on a visit to the campus. Photo by Jeffrey O. Shatzer Dr. Leventhal exchanges greetings with Acting Provost Dr. Stanley Miller. During the press conference on March 17 in which Dr. Ruth Leventhal was introduced as the new Provost/Dean of Capitol Campus, the following other board actions were made after a meeting of the Penn State University Board of Trustees that were relavent to this campus: -The board named Dr. William C. Richardson of Seattle, Wash, executive vice president and University provost at Penn State effective July 1. -The board authorized award of contracts for the construction of a bookstore building here. The one-story structure will be located about 100 feet south of the Science and Technology Building currently under co...

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Capitol and Congo establish co-op exchange [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 April 1984

Capitol and Congo establish co-op exchange By James Fitzroy The signing of an agreement to establish a cooperative education program between Capitol Campus and Marien N'gouabi University of the People's Republic of the Congo on April 4 was "an historical act," said Sylvain Makasso-Makasso, Rector of the Congolese institution. The program encompasses exchanges of faculty and graduate students, cooperative research projects, workshops, short courses and exchanges of periodicals and documents, according to Dr. Robert Simko, the campus' director for the program. Simko said the Congolese are particularly interested in the areas of public administration and regional planning in addition to the American Studies program. The emphasis for Capitol's participants will be African studies. "The interest of the Congolese in studying things American is unique," said Dr. John Patterson, Head of the Humanities divi sion. The Congo has, in the past, been ...

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