The North Texan, Volume 19, Number 1, October 1967 Page: 11
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June and August, arid this year set
a record for total degrees granted
in one ^alendjir-year—2,546. The
previous high in one calendar year
was 2,450 degrees conferred in
1966. ' -
-Construction bids are tentatively
scheduled to he called for in No-
vember on two projects costing an
estimated $4.5 million each, One
is the first unit of a new library,
which will be built in three phases.
The other is a 1,(KXJ. bed girls dor-
mitory. ... ——
The library will be located just
south of the .Administration Build-
ing, facing east on a proposed mall
running from Highland Street to,
the Ad-Bmhling. Completion of the
first unit is scheduled in 1969, with
the second to be briilt_after 1972
and the third after 1978.
The new dorm, To be located east
of Maple Street Hall. was originally
scheduled to be completed by the
fall of 1968. Construction was de-
layed a year when the first con-
struction bids all-came in higher
than architect's estimates.
A $49,195 institutional assistance
Welfare to support the NTSU pros-
jx'ctive teacher fellowship program
funded last spring.
• $28,622Jfor Second- year support'
of graduate traineeships in water
supj>ly and polution vcontrol. The
funds arp .part of a five-year grant
of $145,953 from the Federal-Water
Pollution Control Administration of
the Department of Interior. Dr. J.
K. G. Silvey. distinguished professor
and director of the biology depart-
ment, directs the training program.
• $38,886 grant from the Voca-
tional Rehabilitation Administration
of the Department of Health,-Edu-
cation and Welfare for support of
a training progfafifin basic business
methods for sheltered workshop
^managers. L. S,Me\vhtuney of the
business administratron faculty will
direct the program.
- Alumni To Meet
A meeting of the reorganized Ex-Student Association will be held on
campus during Homecoming at 9,a.m. Saturday, Nov. II, 19.67, in Room
178 of the Business Administration Building. President H. G. Wells ('54)
urges all members to attend to hear a report from the Constitution Revision
Commi-ttee and to transact any necessary business related to the new
Association. A copy of the proposed Constitution-can be obtained from ~
the Office of Alumni Affairs, Box 13557, N.T. Station, Denton, Texas 76203.
$18,100 from the Atomic-Erier-
John Carrell of the business ad-
gy Commission to Dr. James R. ininistration faculty is the new pres-
Lott of the biology (department to
continue a study, of effects of X-ir-
radiation on plant arid animal Jtis-
sues. It* is the eighth renewal of the
project which investigates., what
happens within the cell "when it re-
ceives a dose of radiation.
• The Allstate Insurance Co. has
made a $4,5(X) scholarship grant to
NTSU for training driver educatiotT
• Titche-Coettinger has made a
$ 1.8(H) gift to the University to es-
tablish a basic library of retailing
literature in the School of Business.
Dr. Charles B. Martin of the
ident-elect of the American Business
Law Association. His election was
announced at the annual meeting
of the association at the University
of Oregon m August.
Dr. Sarah- Law Kenneriy of the
library service faculty has— been
named chairman of the American
Library Association Frederic G.
Melcher scholarship committee, and
vice chairman and chairman-elect..
of the Teacher Section of the ALA -
Library Education Division.
C. E. Shuford, director of the
journalism department, was one of
eight recipients of the 1967 South-
west Journalism Forum Awards at
SMU in Dallas. Shuford, a national-
ly agdh^ qf tjgg^
.XTSy-itnmrdi ^ ~ ~ ~
demic year at the University of
Sevilla in Sevilla, Spain. Hie will
return in June, 1968.
Dr.Tlack Vaughan |r.„ a member
of the art faculty since 1965, has
department, succeeding Dr. Ronald
Williams. Dr. Vaughan had been
acting director of the department
since last January.—
C. W. York, a member of the
registrar's'staff since 1965, has been
named NTSU registrar. He replaces-.
George S. Sto.it Jr. who has become
assistant to the director-of guidance,
t Dr. Horace Brock of the business
administration faculty has been
granted a leave of absence to serve
as a teacher and adviser to the
Turkish government in Istanbul for
18 months. He will return in Jan-
C- Dean Davis, a 1953 graduate
of NTSU who now practice^ law in
Austin,, and Ernest Schur, Odessa
banker, were appointed to the
NTSU Board of Regents in July by
Gov. John Connally.
Ben Wooten of Dallas, chairman
of the board, and Carroll F. Sulli-
vant, Gainesville attorney, were re-
appointed to the board at the Same
Remaining rin the board are E.
C. Pannell of Fort Worth, vice
chairman; David A. Kimbell, Wich-
ita Falls; Dr. Joseph Nelson, ,Wea-
therford; Raymond Lr Toltetf, Big
"Spring; and A. M. Willis, Lohg-
view. Dr. James L. Rogers, NTSu
vice president for administrative af-
fairs, is secretary to the board. □
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