The Register, 1981-03-20
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she was born in talladega alabama on september 26 1924 she was an active member of st stephen united church of christ vanstory hall died monday at richardson hospital she resided at 1700 lincoln street of mrs mary kidd marks dormitory administrator counselor dies dresi in observance of student rights week col goode dr marshall sga attorney general michael eure and commissioner of student rights keith mattison led an issues and answers panel discussion wednesday night in the student umon.fphoto by tyson when the form is completed and signed by the adviser/department head it should be forwarded to the summer school office aiie banquet honors students all students registration will be entered on the computer through the summer school office all students who preregister by april 17 1981 will receive bills at their local addresses by april 24 1981 tucker for the sophomore class winonia jackson and michael hamlin department said this is something we've been doing for the last 10 years we want to honor the outstanding students in the engineering avi telak industrial faculty advisor gillette summarized his speech by saying industrial engineering has done so muchj in the improvement of direct labor we need to undertake the new without getting rid of the still valid old instability there is no such thing as a free lunch and government haridouts the only meaningful measure for productivity is people you won't get production improvement by wishing voting or praying for it new students may preregister by completing the application in the summer school bulletin and returning it to the summer school office by april 17 1981 accepted bills must be paid to the cashier's office either by mail or in person by certified check cash or money order no personal checks will be students must pay for the first session by may 13,1981 or their preregistration for that session will be deleted from the computer file students enrolling for the second session may pay any time during the first session kectpiems of the first freshman awards were margelyn smith and david department the program honored the outstanding students of industrial engineering presenting the awards was dr victor zaloom chairman of the industrial engineering the banquet was highlighted by speaker roy gillette national president aiie and director of industrial engineering and quality control for armstrong world industries the american institute of industrial engineers aiie held its annual honors banquet wednesday night in williams cafeteria by audrey l williams present upswing of economic gillette commented on the gillette highlighting speaker told the audience about the importance of industrial engineers fellow industrial engineers we have a mission in life and a challenge to serve all of the honorees displayed excellent academic achievement in industrial engineering with a grade point average of 3.5 or better judy stringfield received most outstanding junior and the most outstanding student award receiving the senior award was john horton the alphabet at the beginning of the computer number connotes the session in which the course will be taught i.e a computer number beginning with a will be taught in the first session b will be taughtjn the second session c will be taught in the intersession and d will be taught on a variable schedule one form may be used to preregister for all sessions of summer school department head the student and adviser/department head will complete a three-part preregistration schedule form it should be signed by the academic adviser or the enrolled student should go to his/her academic adviser or department head between now and april 17 1981 to be adivsed on courses he/she should take students who are enrolled during the spring semester at a&t will not be required to make application for summer school the procedures which they must follow are indicated below massie to present annual julian lecture aiie consists of its present membership nationally is 34,000 there are professionals and students of industrial engineering throughout the united states dr samuel proctor massie chairman of the department of chemistry at the united also presently 150,000 massie's talk on the keys percy julian an outstanding durham and was assistant lndustr j a j engineers in the to the kingdom will be at black scientist he was program director of the united states the 7:30 p.m in the barnes hall internationally known for his national science foundation department nas grown 10-11 v from states naval academy will annual nt the seconc auditorium the lecture will research in the areas of he holds a master's degree dramatlca ''. be sponsored by a&t and the agriculture and chemistry f rom f j sk universitv and a students in tb when the pro grar expected to surge to 200-250 students carolina central university in massie who formerly ph.d degree in organic started to presently taught under julian was a chemistry from the iowa state students enrollmen former president of north universit percy l julian memorial lecture at a&t state university on wednesday march 25 the memory of the late dr the julian lecture honors nutrition north carolina institute complete awareness for complete commitment # thj4c7 register volume lii number 34 north carolina agricultural &: technical state university greensboro nc friday march 20 1981 not required enrollment applications for summer 19 at 2 p.m at the st stephen united church of christ with dr george gay jr pastor officiating surviving are her husband luther marks her daughter beverly anna bailey of friends greensboro sister eugenia franklin of her hometown relatives and funeral services were held thursday march
|Title||The Register, 1981-03-20|
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