The Register, 1980-03-14
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this page is currently missing complete awareness for complete commitment , volume xli number 39 north carolina agricultural and technical state untvepsity greensboro nc march 14 1980 friday governor unveils solar house becoming energy efficient in north carolina in the 1980s is one of the major challenges facing north carolina gov jim hunt told a gathering at a&t state university tuesday hunt cut the ribbon to unveil a special demonstration solar heated home on the a&t campus researchers will study the effects of the lifestyles of persons who live in homes heated by solar and other alternative forms of energy i'm optimistic as to how we can meet the energy challenge said hunt we are not running out of energy in the world but we are running out of cheap gas and oil hunt cited the project at a&t as being a successful partnership between a university and the state government in attacking the state's energy problems a&t received a grant from the north carolina energy institute to initiate the demonstration project we hope that this house will yield important information as to how we can make houses more energy efficient said the governor he also announced that he would release wednesday a major position paper about alternative energy sources in the state the a&t solar home makes use of solar panels on the roof a solar greenhouse attached to a side porch and wood stove to supplement the house's gas heat the a&t researchers mrs carolyn turner of the home economics department and dr yogi goswami of the mechanical engineering department said an old dwelling like the a&t structure can be converted to the use of solar energy for a minimum of 1,400 in his remarks at the opening dr lewis c dowdy chancellor of a&t said the university is committed to research to discover alternative sources of energy 1 for the nation he said a&t plans to develop a solar 1 energy center on the campus _ evans learns from bottom now owns radio station there are just too many challenges other speakers for the conference will be william dilday manager of wlbt tv the black owned station see conference page 3 stulinsky wishes a&t were professional mutter evans advice to aspiring young people is to learn your business from the bottom up at least that is how she figured she last year became the first black woman in the nation to have a 100 percent ownership of her own broadcast facility ms evans who operates radio station waaa in nearby winston-salem n.c will be a keynote speaker for the annual a&t state university mass media careers conference on march 28-29 she will join 35 other professional journalists in the conference a native of williamston n.c attractive ms evans began her broadcast career while a student at wake forest university she joined that university's educational radio station as a freshman and worked as a student announcer and producer she graduated in 1975 and immediately joined the staff of waaa she worked in news and public affairs before becoming sales manager operations manager and then general vice president when an oportunity presented itself to purchase the state station ms evans wasted no time in accepting the offer i suppose i should be awed by this responsibility but i'm not said ms evans in a recent interview i guess by michael fairley and tony moore dr jan a stulinsky professor of architectural engineering wishes this school a&t were more successful and feels that it lacks professionalism but with my professionalism and the cooperation of the school of engineering and the administration this professionalism can be obtained stulinsky has received criticism from students because of his method of instruction and system of grading but he feels that he is only working in the best interest of the students i follow the standard procedure as specified in the university handbook said stulinsky i try not to harm students i try to be just and give students what they deserve stulinsky cited several problems that contribute to the lack of drofessionalism dr jan a stulinsky existing in the school of engineer ingand the university improper handling of faculty manpower some departments like architectural engineering are facing a continuous shortage of faculty while some other departments of the school of engineering are overstaffed at the cost of the a.e department inadequte policy relative to tenured faculty the school of engineering has lost many plummer testifies before house of representatives lee plummer assistant professor of transportation at a&t state university testified before the u.s house of representatives surface transportation subcommittee concerning the nature of regulation of the transportation industry plummer told the committee that deregulation will not be an improvement in the transportation industry it is thought that deregulation will assist consumers however the shippers and receivers as well as the carriers will be hurt if any of the deregulation efforts being proposed by various congressmen and government agencies are successful he said plummer said that currently transportation companies are allowed to set prices collectively because of the government supervision provided by regulatory agencies motor freight companies confer on pricing matters because prices are reviewed by the interstate commerce commission to assure that discrimination does not exist plummer said many congressmen are of the opiinion that competition can replace regulation more than 100 communities in north carolina have just one motor freight carrier he said competition would not serve as a price control in these communities j mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm s w mnwrn mmmm ernor jim hunt center cuts the ribbon to open the new r home as i to r dr harold mazyck chairman of the ne economics department house representative henry :; chancellor lewis c dowdy and mrs carolyn turner ne economics department look on photo by love professional expertise they have been forced to leave because of lack of respect and lack of professional and financial stimulation it seems that this kind of policy has some hidden objective it seems that the adminstration keeps one see stulinsky paee 2
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