The Register, 1979-09-07
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schedule to over 200 courses by next semester said smith see volunteers page 3 national giving average of 40.00 williams said the increase was possible because the association enjoyed a 40 percent increase in the number of new donors he also said the average gift of 72.05 per alumnus is far above the realized in 1973 in addition to the fundraising committee the successful drive was due in large measure to the work of the national alumni president jimmie i barber of greensboro director of alumni affairs joseph d williams sr and the newly elected national president dr velma speight of columbia maryland the 1979 total represents 12,000 more than was raised last year and nearly 10,000 more than the previous record amount of 91,000 dr lewis c dowdy chancellor of a&t said the alumni association's effort represents a commendable model of the self-help concept so vital to the survival of all institutions of higher education we are extremely proud that the a&t alumni and friends rallied to enable us to achieve this goal which we have long sought said barnhill it should serve as a tremendous boost to our scholarship program for the university chairman and this industrial area and we are providing business and industrial courses a business at a&t said smith we have the programs that people need good solid programs nobucs discusses plans to save black colleges dr ronald smith said that probably as early as next semester students will be able to work in their spare greensboro n.c new director of the summer school and continuing education at a&t state university announced that area students will soon be able to earn a bachelor's degree from the state university entirely on the strength of night and weekend courses smith who was named to the continuing education post recently came to a&t from fayetteville state university where he served as academic dean he holds a doctorate in education administration from we are also streamlining and organizing such that people can come in and get the required freshman and sophomore courses and move on into their major without any difficulty many people are finding that technical degrees are not enough that they have to have the bachelor's to more into supervisory positions said smith with our industrial technology programs with smith also described the planned expansion of a&t's off-hours program as a chance for people with two-year associate and technical degrees to add to their educational qualifications purdue university and a master's degree in urban studies from northeastern illinois state smith 37 served in various capacities at chicago's center for inner city studies miami-dade fla community college see nobucs page 5 nobucs believes that desegregation should not mean the elimination of african-american institutions buncum contends that it is in fact the african american institution that is the superior institution the reason for its superiority is that it has successfully molded those who because of concerned of newer and more attractive programs and increased funding based on correcting past inequalities are essential as far as nobucs is of improving existing programs implementation the organization took a stand on the unc-hew dispute and according to sga president kevin buncum felt that the african-american institutions of the unc system should be enhanced in terms the national organization of black universities and college students nobucs met august 31-september 2 in the student union to discuss strategies to save and change predominately black institutions by johnny thompson nationally-accredited schools of business and engineering and hopefully a computer science progra'm by next summer i suspect we will be getting the people who want to upgrade i predict an expansion of the night-and-weekend a&t already offers more than 180 night and weekend courses in its fall semester schedule but smith said that it is extremely difficult right now for a student to make a smooth progression toward a degree unless he hits the courses just right time toward any of the 80 degree programs currently offered by the university and bernard baruch college in new york city before coming to fayetteville in 1975 smith is enthusiastic about his new position and the opportunities he sees for the university administration cancels co-ed visitation rights complete awareness for complete ccmvfftment mi carolina agricultural and technical state university greensboro nc september 7 1979 thlÂ£3 register by david puryear - the marshall a meeting will be held the first of next week to assess the problems that we have of male gives 100,318 in campaign national alumni association the total was announced by howard c barnhill of charlotte who served as the group's national fundraising greensboro n.c - the a&t state university national alumni association announced last saturday the raising of a record 100,318 in the association's annual giving campaign students who enter the women residence halls unauthorized and without respect for privacy of the women students after meeting with the co-ed visitation personnel there will be a decision made to determine when or if co-ed visitation will be permitted for the fall semester he continued dr marshall also said that all unauthorized visitors whether student or non student will be summarily dismissed and may even be suspended from the university if found guilty of violating co ed visitation policies such students male or female found in violation will be arrested and charged with trespassing room occupants or other resident students in a room in which the violation occurs who contribute to trespassing will be considered equally in violation and will likewise be subject to summary dismissal from residence halls director announces degree i haven't considered whether co-ed visitation will be permitted the fall semester until i meet with the director of campus security members of the residence halls staff and officers of the sga said dr violations of the co-ed visitation policy have occurred in that female residents are constantly having their rights to privacy in rooms and in the halls denied all areas in residence halls with the exception of lounge areas are off-limit to members of the opposite sex as a result of extraordinary circumstances the security of hall residents has been threatened he further commented that flagrant and repeated dr jesse e marshall vice chancellor for student affairs said that parents have called and asked why their daughters can't go to the bathrooms unmolested semester summer session on the campus of a&t state university has carried over to the fall by prince reed jr an indefinite cancellation of co-ed visitation during the with night weekend courses i see terrific potential for an evening academic program
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