The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, June 25, 1959, Page PAGE 4, Image 4

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    PAGE 4
JUNE 25, 1959
Your University What Is Haa to Offer
Laborers Symbolize Needs
Two brawny, shirtless la
borers sorted lumber before
the growing structure of the
Student Union Building that
will cost appoximately 1,
250,000 when completed this
But they weren't just labor
ers. They were a part of the
reason why the Union build
ing is being enlarged and im
proved. John Osterland and
Larry Shields, Lincoln High
School graduates and football
players, are part of the swell
of new students that win use
the sew facilities and who
have made them necessary.
Both of the boys are earning
their tuition and school ex
penses by construction work.
Cafeteria Opens
Among the facilities that
John, Larry and the summer
session students may enjoy
now is the new cafeteria that
opened last week.
Also available for the sum
mer students are movies
shown on the new Cinema-
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Bb Handy shows students the ew Crib.
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scope screen, set sp ki the
Bob Handy, Activities Di
rector of the Union, said that
this fall the Nebraska students
will be able to enjoy every
thing from a hair cut to a
symphony concert in the en
larged, air-conditioned, and
eye-pleasing surroundings.
Bowling alleys with auto
matic pin setters highlight
Union plans to make itself
one of the vacs', modern in
stallations of if type in the
Enlargments Made
Also a larger lounge, Crib
aad ballroom are in the pro
cess of being completed. In
the lower level there will be
billiard tables and ping pong
tables as well as a handicraft
room. The upper story will
see an enlargment of the
campus organization offices.
Money for the addition and
renovation comes entirely
from a student fee 'included
in all tuitions.
The formal opening and
dedication of the new Student
Union is being planned for
the week-end of September
18th and 19th. However, the
building will be open for use
the first week in September.
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"Aa artist's dream coming true:
Teacher placement is one
of the many services which
the University of Nebraska
offers its students.
The Teacher Placement Di
vision not only places its
graduates, but any under
graduate who has completed
12 hours in residence may
apply for out service," said
Mrs. Florence Kowley, cre
dential clerk.
She added that graduate
students having taken any
number of hours are eligible
for the placement service.
The benefits of the service
Up-to-date set of creden
tials. Service for one vear from
the date of registration.
individual service designed
to meet individual interests
and needs.
Vacancies solicited from
aH states in the United States,
several of the territories, and
many foreign countries.'
Weekly list of vacancies
prepared during the spring
ana summer months. j
Follow-UD renorts serum!
on the degree of success in
The procedure for obtain
ing placement service is initi
ated by the Univesity early
in October. At that time reg
istration forms are completed
by those interested ia teach
ing. A credentials file includes
a complete educational and
professional record, an auto
biographical sketch, refer
ences from five faculty mem
bers with whom the student
has worked, two professors
in the student's professional
field, two academic ttrofes-
sors, usually in the m i n o r J
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iieia, ana one aavisor.
The services require a
nominal fee of six dollars a
University High School, Bancroft Elementary School
Serve As Laboratories for Teacher Training
Two schools on the campus !
serve as laboratories for,
teacher training at the Uni-j
versity of Nebraska. j
At Bancroft Elementary
School, teachers may observe
the methodology used by ex-,
pert elementary tacher, ac
cording to Miss An C'hrist
ensen, principal.
Teaching at Univ.. ... High
School this summer is L.jgtne
Bizzell who was named
"Teacher of the Year" in
Math Expert
Visits Campus
A visiting mathematician
from the University, of Ore
gon addressed the Mathemat
ics Colloquium held on the
campus Tuesday.
He is Prof. Bertram Yood,
who discussed "Some Aspects
of Modern Analysis."
Professor Yood, considered
to be one of the country's out
standing young mathemati
cians, was a research asso
ciate at Yale University last
year.- He has published
a number of articles on vari
ous phases of analysis, . par
ticularly on "Normed Rings"
and "Rings of Linear Opera
tors" and has done work on
the theory of "Banach
He received his Bachelor's
and Ph.D. Degrees from Yale
and his Master's Degree from
the California Institute of
TV Schedules
"Program Previews," a
free monthly publication fist
ing KUON-TV program sched
ules is available by writing
Publicity, KUON-TV, Univer
sity of Nebraska, Lincoln 8L
WANT IMB Q it it-
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Plans Made for School Telecasts
Steady progress is being
made in plans for the 1959-60
Nebraska program of high
school telecasts on Channel
12. The TV classes will pro
vide direct television teach
ing as weM as KUON-TVs
established type of instruction
by TV -correspondence study.
Of special significance is
tbe fact that the Lincoln
schools wul be in the project
as an active participant.
An old gym at Lincoln High
School is being renovated as
a receiving room. The space
will house approximately
eight TV receivers and wiU
seat 300-400 students, KUON
TV engineers have been
asked to consult with the
schools In helping plan and
design the reception facilities.
Iincoki Southeast and Lin
coln Northeast High Schools
both will use several large
classrooms accommodating
50-75 students each.
"Subjects to be offered next
faU are geometry, physics,
beginning art, American liis
tory and senior English.
English and American his
tory wul not have correspond
e n c e study accompanying
them as the courses are
planned with the follow-up to
be done by a regular teacher
in the classroom.
Geometry will be offered
for large class consumption
but win also be used by small
er schools in combination with
correspondence study. Phys
ics will be viewed in one Lin
coln high school but, togeth
er with tf"t, wiU be primarily
directed to the small schools.
'Student teachers have the
i are opportunity of observing
the techiuiquee used by ex
perts such as Bizzell," said
i Mr. Robert Staleup, assistant
Staleup added that Univer
sity High is conducted chiefly j
to provide experience for stu
dent teachers and to serve
in an observatory capacity
for high school teachers who
wish to see new practices and ;
Classe- are taught largely
by student teachers under the i
constant supervision of certi-'
Tied and experienced teach-!
ers. !
"Three types of students at-!
tend University High during
the eight week summer ses-
sion," Staleup said, "those
who have failed a course:
during the winter session,
those who had schedule dif-:
fkrulties "and were unable to j
take certain courses during;
the regular session, those who j
want to work off required j
courses to make room for;
electives, and accelerated
students." i
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