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IM Features Golf, Tennis, Softball [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 June 1961
IM Features Golf, Tennis, Softball Intramural competition in three sports will be open to all students during the first summer term according to Richard P. Paskert, intramural director. Monday, June 26, will be the deadline for all intramural entries in Kent State's summer program of tennis, golf and Softball, Paskert said. Students may register for the program in Room 166, Memorial Gymnasium. Paskert explained that every member of a baseball team entry need not sign up. Team members can be represented by their manager he said, but all others—golf, tennis and nonaffiliated Softball players must sign up individually. Softball players will be supplied the necessary material Paskert said, but golfers must furnish their equipment and tennis players must provide their own rackets.
National Science Foundation, KSU Offer Fellowships [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 June 1961
National Science Foundation, KSU Offer Fellowships The National Science Foundation has notified University officials that Kent State has been selected to participate in the Foundation's fellowship programs. This is the first time the University has been selected to participate in the Foundation's program. Kent State will be permitted to recommend a number of applicants for fellowships under the Foundation's 1962-63 Cooperative Graduate Fellowship program and the 1962 Summer Fellowships for Graduate Teaching Assistants program. Applications for the National Science Foundation fellowships must be filed in the office of Kent State's Graduate School by November 1, 1961. Graduate record examinations must be taken before November 3, 1961. Fellowships are available in the mathematical, physical, medical, biological and engineering sciences, anthropology, economics, geography, the history and philosophy of science, psychology, and sociology. Under the Cooperative Graduate Fellowship program...
Read Takes Group On European Tour [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 June 1961
Read Takes Group On European Tour A group of 39 Kent State University graduate and undergraduate students are taking part in a seminar-field trip to Scandinavia, Poland, Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union this month and next. Dr. Gerald Read, professor of education at Kent, is in charge of the group which left Cleveland Saturday and will return the last week of July. The schedule calls for visits to Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm, Helsinki, Warsaw, Leningrad and Moscow. Last summer Dr. Read conducted a seminar and field study for 48 Kent students in five South American countries.
Alumni Elect Kovalik, Give KSU $10,000 [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 June 1961
Alumni Elect Kovalik, Give KSU $10,000 Martin Kovalik, Cleveland businessman, is the new president of the Kent State Alumni Association. His election was announced at the June 9 banquet of the alumni in the Kent State Union. Also announced at the banquet was an alumni gift of $lO,OOO to the University. Named as new vice president of the alumni group was Watson Watts of Twin Lakes, while Ann E. Grey of Kent is new recording secretary. Ed C. Barlett of Barberton, Dr. Marvin Garner of Canton and August Quattronchi of Cleveland were elected members of the alumni council. Winner of the annual alumni award for personal achievement was Loretta M. Antl of Middletown, Conn. NE\Y / ALUMNI OFFICERS. Discussing alumni activities for the coming year are the newly elected officers of the Kent State University Alumni Association. Pictured left to right are Ann Gray, Kent, recording secretary; Watson Watts, Twin Lakes, vice president, Benjamin G. McGinnis, faculty advisor, and Martin Kovalik, presi...
Trustees Give Promotions To 35 Faculty Members [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 June 1961
Trustees Give Promotions To 35 Faculty Members Promotions for 35 University faculty members were authorized earlier this month by the Board of Trustees. Named to full professor were Dr. Paul M. Houser, sociology; Dr. Marvin R. Koller, sociology; Prof. Robert Morrow, art, and Dr. Charles V. Riley, biology. Advanced to associate professor rank were Prof. Eleanor P. Anop, music; Prof. Emmett W. Boyd, accounting; Dr. Harold R. Collins; English; Dr. Charles M. Foreman, education; Dr. George Lucht, education; Dr. R. Thomas Myers, chemistry; Prof. Clyde A. Patterson, Jr., architecture; Dr. Harold Schwartz, history; Dr. Naomi Simms, education, and Dr. William F. Zornow, history. Fifteen members of the faculty were promoted to assistant professor. Six of this group are on the staff of the University School. They are Robert Buckley, Donald A. Moore, Virginia Moore, Orval Stiegemeier, Bernice J. Wicks and Mabel L. Winkler. The other newly appointed assistant professors are Dr. Tom S. Cooperrid...
Faculty Plan Varied Activities [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 June 1961
Faculty Plan Varied Activities (Editors Note: This is the first in a series of articles on faculty activities this summer.) * Sfc * Traditionally a time for vacation and relaxation, summer will be a busy period for many Kent State University faculty members. In addition to those teaching, some will be engaged in advanced study and research, while others will be away from campus to attend professional meetings. Dr. Thomas F. Marshall, head of the English department, will be a delegate to the bi-annual meeting of the International Federation for Theater Research in Paris, France, the last week of June. He is the archivist and member of the executive committee of the American Society for Theater Research which is a member of the world organization. * * * Dr. J. W. McGrath and Dr. A. A. Silvidi of the physics department will continue their campus research on interactions of nuclear particles in solids undsr a grant from the National Science Foundation. Dr. Ralph S. Kaczor and Dr. C. S. ...
KSU Graduates Second Largest Class, 970 [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 June 1961
KSU Graduates Second Largest Class, 970 With more than 5,000 parents, friends and faculty looking on, President George A. Bowman conferred degrees on 970 candidates at the Spring quarter commencement ceremonies of Kent State University. Dr. John A. Krout, vice president of Columbia University, delivered the commencement address to the group gathered in Memorial Gymnasium for the June 10 ceremonies. The graduating class was the second largest in the history of the University. President Bowman conferred degrees on 859 undergraduates and 111 graduate candidates. An honorary doctor of laws degree was conferred on Robert C. Dix, publisher of the RavennaKent Record Courier and member of the Kent Board of Trustees. This year the graduates came from 214 Ohio cities and towns in 44 counties. Ten states other than Ohio were represented by graduates as well as the countries of Uganda, Lebanon, South Vietnam, Republic of China, British Guiana, Ethiopia and Korea. Ninety-one of the graduates wer...
$7-Million Program To Begin in Fall [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 29 June 1961
$7-Million Program To Begin in Fall Construction will start this Fall on a $7-million student housing project according to Emil Berg, University business manager. The project calls for four resident halls, to house 375 students each, a central dining room, and five apartment buildings with a total of 100 suites for married students. Berg said the four resident halls will be built at a total cost of 54.5-million. The married student housing will cost $1.2-million. He explained that the remainder of the money will be used to improve the site of the new housing with streets, sidewalks, lawns, etc. Some of the money will also be used to furnish the buildings. The four resident halls will resemble one huge building. The halls will be joined together by a large dining hall. The structure will be located near the eastern edge of the 472-acre campus. The five apartment buildings, each with 20 suites for married students, will be erected east of Allerton St. Construction of the S7-million pr...
Cynthia Gooding Sings Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 29 June 1961
Cynthia Gooding Sings Tonight Cynthia Gooding, contraltoguitarist, will sing a collection of international folk songs in a concert tonight at University Auditorium. The 8:30 performance is the second in a series of 13 attractions offered during KSU's Summer Artists Series. Admission is free. Miss Gooding will be participating in the Summer Artists Series for the second straight year. Last summer she appeared with organist Richard Ellsasser in a joint concert. The contralto will sing folk songs from Mexico, England, Ire- land, France, Spain, Turkey, Sicily, Italy, British West Indies and the United States. After four introductory songs from Mexico, England and Ireland, the program will be divided into six sections:—"Kings, Queens and Quasi-History;" "War and Prisoners;" "The History of a Song;" "Home Life;" "A Love Song," and "Modern Folk Songs." The singer will accompany herself on her hand-made Chilean guitar. Miss Gooding specializes in presenting songs from various nations in the...
July 5th Deadline Set For Second Summer Session [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 29 June 1961
July 5th Deadline Set For Second Summer Session Trial programs for students who are now in summer school at Kent State University and who expect to attend the second term must be turned into the Registrar's Office on or before Wednesday, July 5, Charles E. Atkinson, registrar, said today. Payment of fees must be made on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday, July 18, 19, and 20th. Registration for the second term for students not attending first term of the Summer Session will be Friday, July 21. Trial programs for those students now in school and who expect to attend day classes on campus during the Fall Quarter must be deposited at the Registrar's Office on or before Friday, July 7.
Shortage of Classrooms, Housing Forces Registration Deadline Change [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 29 June 1961
Shortage of Classrooms, Housing Forces Registration Deadline Change Critically short of classroom and housing space, Kent State University moved up its deadline Monday for Fall quarter admissions from September 8 to August 15. This means qualified students must complete all applications by August 15 or they will be refused admission this September. The new deadline was set because current admissions already are 14 percent higher than last year, and classroom and housing space is nearly exhausted. At the present time, slightly over 4,000 new students have completed applications for admission in September. Last year, the University approved 3,500 admissions and 3,004 students were on hand for the opening of classes. Although applications have tapered off, the University is still approving about 75 new admissions weekly. Kent is expecting 9,000 fulltime students this Fall, a 10 percent increase over last year when enrollment reached a record of 8,232 full-time students. To take care of...
Proposed Budget Cuts Hinder KSU Programs [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 29 June 1961
Proposed Budget Cuts Hinder KSU Programs Budget cuts made by the Ohio Senate Finance Committee "will be devastating" to the operation of Kent State University, President George A. Bowman told the Board of Trustees Friday. He said that if the 6-per cent reduction proposed by the State Senate Finance Committee in the University's operating budget was sustained by the Senate that recent salary increases authorized by the trustees might have to be modified. The trustees also heard President Bowman report that capital improvements sought by Kent had been trimmed from S6-mil-lion to 52.3-million by the legislators. If the General Assembly votes to approve the reduced amount for Kent several proposed buildings and additional land for the University will have to be bypassed for the next two years. The proposed 52.3-million is earmarked for the construction of a 51.6 million College of Education Building, a 5500,000 maintenance building and warehouse and 5200,000 for the maintenance of prese...
Universities May Place Ceiling On Student Enrollment [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 29 June 1961
Universities May Place Ceiling On Student Enrollment The nation's state universities are faced with the prospect of placing ceilings on undergraduate enrollments, according to a Kent State University administrator. The reason: "funds are chronically short in most states," according to Dr. Phillip R. Shriver, assistant dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Writing in the current issue of Delta Upsiloti Quarterly, Dr. Shriver points out that public universities "caught the brunt of the post-war veterans' bulge spurred by the G.I. Bill," adding: "In recent years, these schools, too, have been confronted with the prospect of limiting undergraduate enrollments and concentrating their resources increasingly on research and graduate and professional training." As an example, he cites reports that the University of California at Berkeley and Los Angeles plans enrollment ceilings of 25,000 students. "Other large state universities are contemplating similar limits," he says.
Trustees Attack OSU Research Center Bill [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 29 June 1961
Trustees Attack OSU Research Center Bill Kent State University's Board of Trustees Friday sharply attacked proposed state legislation for financing a new engineering research center at Ohio State University. In a resolution condemning the use of a $l5 million cigarette tax surplus, the trustees questioned the use of this money for a single institution. "At this very moment, students are being denied the quality of education they deserve," the trustees pointed out, because "the needs for classrooms, libraries, laboratories, instructional equipment, rehabilitation and repair" are not being met at the state universities." The trustees emphasized they were not against the engineering facility, as such, but stated that these surplus funds were voted under a SISO million bond issue in 1955 for all state universities, as well as for other capital projects. The trustees further noted that all state universities in Ohio presently have a serious lack of classroom and laboratory facilities des...
Workshop Plans Two-Year Course [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 29 June 1961
Workshop Plans Two-Year Course Cosmetology teachers from all of Ohio are attending a workshop at Kent State to develop a twoyear course outline for the subject. The week-long program began Tuesday. The workshop is the first attempt to develop a uniform course outline for the entire state. The cosmetology program is offered in the 11th and 12th grades of school. Prof. Clyde E. Stiner of the University's trade and industrial education division is in charge of the workshop.
Free Tickets Available For Campus Concerts [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 29 June 1961
Free Tickets Available For Campus Concerts Reserved seat tickets for the campus concerts of the Cleveland Summer Orchestra will be available beginning tomorrow at the Extension Office on the second floor of the Administration Building. The office is open 9 to noon and 1 to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. The first of two concerts by the Cleveland Summer Orchestra will be at 8:30 p.m., Thursday, July 6 in Memorial Gymnasium. The second concert is August 8, also in Memorial Gymnasium. A limited number of reserved seats are set aside for each concert. All other seats are available without tickets.