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Western Carolinian Summer Volume 01 Number 05, July 27, 1967

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  • ENTERTAINMENT . Clifford Curry concert set for Mon. night in Hoey, Soul Set, too. 81.25, Ruby mining. Free bus leaves Reid Gym at 9 a.m. Sat., returns 4 p,m, Wear old clothes. Price $1 at mine. TheWESTERN CAROLINIAN INSIDE THE CAROLINIAN . . . Academic reorganization arranges university Into schools; Turner tapped as v.p. for academic affairs, page 1 story. French workshop being held for second time here, also on page 1. VOICE OF THE STUDENTS 51 V 01 . I, NO. 5 TLI OWFEE, N. C. Thursday, July 27, 1967 THESE ARE THE LOCAL SOUTHERN REGIONAL EDUCATION Board interns shown with the Board's university counselor, Dr. C. R. Lovin, and a local representative. They are, left to right: C. W. Sossomon, Edwin Garrison, Janet Smith, Lovin, Kent Coward. See story on Page 3. Second French Worbhop Held Here This Summer "It's a miniature Paris in Cullowhee", said Dr. Carl H. Linden, head of the language department at Western Carolina University, when sneaking of the special two-week French workshop which is being held here for second time this summer. The program was established last summer under the direction of Dr, Linden and was so well attended and helpful it was decided that the workshop should continue for another summer. The main purpose of the workshop is to help in-service students who are already under contract to teach French in North Carolina public schools gain confidence in the French language. The students are allowed to speak only French whether in or out of class. They begin a busy day every morning at 8:00, From 8:00 until lunch they attend classes in vocabulary, conversation, civilization, literature, phonetics and lab and "bull" sessions The nights are set aside for special consulation sessions which are conducted by the instructors in groups of three and four students, At this time any special problems of any of the students are discussed and solved. Films are also shown which are designed to demonstrate various teachinp methods and there have been lessons in French folklore dances. In all studies repetition is given overall emphasis. Instructors or consultants for the course are Mrs. M, R, Buchanan, a native North Carolinian, who is an expert in short courses and institute instruction, and Mrs. Yvonne Vokovic, of Paris, France, who came to Western as a special consultant and will return home at the end of the two weeks session. The program orientation was held Sunday, July 16. At that time the group was divided into elementary and advanced levels. Their studies will continue until Friday, July 28 when the workshop draws to a close, having accomplished the main objective; improving the French teachers. They, in turn, can improve class instruction. University Announces Academic Reorganization CULLOWHEE — A reorganization of the academic structure at Western Carolina University was announced Wednesday by Dr, Paul A. Reid, president. The new academic structure results from studies initiated in 1965, and has been approved by the board of trustees of the university. The reorganization establishes the new position of vice president for academic affairs as the chief educational officer of the university under the president, Dr. Reid announced that Dr. W. Newton Turner, who has served as dean of the institution for the past two years, has been elevated to the new office. As vice president for academic affairs, he will be responsible for the general supervision of all academic and student affairs, THREE MAJOR SCHOOLS CREATED Under the new organizational plan, three new major schools have been created as theft- work for the instructional pro» gram. Each school Is headed by a dean, and consists of dlvi= sions, headed by chairmen, and departments with department heads. Dr. J. Gerald Eller, professor of biology, has been named dean of the School of Arts and Sciences. Dr. J, Floyd Cunningham, professor of business and deaprtment head, has been named dean of the School of Business, Dr, Carl D. Killian, who has held the title of department head, has been named dean of the School of Education and Psychology. Dr. Maurice B. Morrill, who has been director of the graduate division, has been named dean of the Graduate School, Dr, John B, Bennet, who has served as assistant to the dean of the university, will serve as assistant to the vice president for academic affairs. The School of Arts and Sciences embraces divisionsof humanities, social sciences and natural sciences. Dr. Bennet has been named chairman of the humanities division, which includes the departments of English, headed by Dr, Mabel T. Crum; Fine and Industrial Arts, headed by Dr. Rodney Leftwi ch ; modern foreign languages, headed by Dr. William M„ Felsher; and music, headed by I>r, Richard M. Renfro. Dr, Max R, Williams has been named chairman of the division of social sciences. He also serves as head of the department of history. Associated areas include sociology, political science, social welfare and pre-law, C. F. Dodson has been named chairman of the division of natural sciences, embracing the departments of biology, headed by Dr, James H. Horton; chemistry, headed by Dr, David A, Mathewes; earth sciences, of which Tyson A. Cathey has been named acting head; and, mathematics, headed by Dr. J, Pelham Thomas, Felsher and Thomas are new additions to the university faculty. Dr. Felsher formerly was associate professor of French at the University of Southern Mississippi. Dr. Thomas formerly was associate professor of mathematics at the University of North Carolina in Charlotte. Within the School of Business, Dr. Eugene W. Vosecky has been named acting head of the department of accounting. Charles M. Neufeld has been appointed acting head of the department of economics. In the School of Education and Psychology, Dr. Taft B. Botner has been named head of the department of administration and school personnel; Dr. James T. Hamilton head of the department of health and physical education and Mrs. Wilma B. Cosper acting head of the department of home economics. TURNER Dr. Turner joined the WCU faculty In 1937. He. holds the degrees of bachelor of science and master of arts from the University of Tennessee. He holds the earned degree of doctor of philosophy from the University of North Carolina. Dr. Turner taught in the public schools of Tennessee, his native state, and served as a public high school principal. Before coming to Western Carolina, he taught at the University of Tennessee. He served as professor of geography and geology at WCU and during World War II was an officer in the U, S, Navy. Upon establishment of the WCU graduate division in 1951, Dr. Turner became its director and continued in that position until he be- became dean of the institution in 1965. Dr. Eller holds the degree of bachelor of science from Western Carolina and the degree of doctor of philosophy from the University of North Carolina, rie joined the faculty in 1947. Dr. Cunningham holds the degrees of bachelor of sciences and master of arts from Western Carolina, and the degree of doctor of education from the University of Tennessee. He joined the faculty in 1962. Dr. Killian holds the degree of bachelor of science from North Carolina State, the degree of master of arts from Teachers College of Columbia Unlversityand the degree of doctor of phllsophy from Ohio State University. He joined the faculty in 1935. Dr. Morrill holds the degrees of bachelor of science and master of education from the University of Vermont. He holds the degree of doctor of education from Columbia University. He joined the faculty In 1950. Dr. Reid said the new deans CONTINUED, Page 4 These Men To Head University's Academic Affairs DR. W. NEWTON TURNER DR. GERALD ELLER DR. FLOYD CUNNINGHAM DR. C. a KILLIAN DR. M. B. MORRILL
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