The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, July 16, 1974, Page page 10, Image 10

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lemistry dept.
The Ur.ivr'ty of Nshraska
Lincoln's Chemistry Depart
ment has received a $17,600
matching grant from the
National Science . Foundation
NSF) to purchase equipment
for use in undergraduate
chemistry courses.
The grant will be admini
stered under the direction of
Charles L. Wilkins, NU asso
ciate professor of chemistry.
The NSF's Instructional Sci
ence Equipment program is one
of several NSF actitivies
. designed to help colleges and
universities improve the qual
COLLEGE GliADS-Needed to work on VISTA projects
throughout the U.S. Midwest positions for August 13 include: social
workers, youth counselor, and elementary teacher. For these
positions and others see ACTION recruiters July 22 & 23 in
Placement Office.
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instruction byupdating cdurses
and teaching laboratories.
' The NSF grant will be
matched by the University of
Nebraska-Lincoln Chemistry .
Department to provide ad
vanced undergraduate labora
tories with an electron spin
resonance spectrometer, amass
spectrometer and mini com
puter equipment. The equip
ment will provide students
increased opportunity to famil
iarize themselves with the use
of complex equipment and its
interaction with computers.
University of Nebraska
Summer Sessions
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For the Summer Film Safari this Wednesday, four films will be shown. They are: "Norman Rockwell
(shown in picture): An American Dream," "Poetry By Americans: Robert Frost," "Bernie Casey, Black
Artist", and "The Impact of Xorczak Ziolkowski and Gutzon Borglura." Movies from the Summer
Film Safari are shown each Wednesday noon in the student union west lounge.
Etchings and engravings by a
Fairbury, Neb., native who
now lives in Coral Gables, Fla.,
will be on display in the Art
Shop of the Sheldon Memorial
Art Gallery at the University of
Nebraska-Lincoln through July
Betty L. Kjellson, who
received a Bachelor of Fine
Arts degree from the Uni
versity of Nebraska, is now a
free lance artist and teaches in
the humanities at the downtown
campus of Miami Dade Com
munity College. She is also an
instructor in graphics at the
Miami Art Center.
The Kjellson exhibit at the
Sheldon Gallery includes 15
prints, including several shore
scenes and some abstractions.
Mrs. Kjellson has lived in
Miami since 1966, when she
became a consultant and
contributing artist for the
American Book Company, for
which she produced art work
for the publishing firm's series
"Nw Dimensions in Music."
from the University of Miami at
Coral Gables, and has done
postgraduate work with' artists
Ronald Kowalk ., a rtist-in resi
dence at the University of
'If it's photographic,
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of Fair bury native
displayed at Sheldon
Hawaii, and Gabor Peterdi,
artist-in-residence at Yale Uni
versity. Her work has been included
in numerous shows throughout
the United States, including
shows at the Carnegie Institute,
Pittsburgh, Pa.; the Library of
Congress, Washington D.C.,
and the Joslyn Art Center in
Omaha. At the Lowe Museum
of the University of Miami, she
was awarded first prize in
Photos exhibited
An exhibition of the photo
graphs of photographer Don
Worth is being featured at the
Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery,
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
through August 4, 1974.
The 150 photos, black and
white as well as color, can be
best described in five major
categories. These include
studies of the forest environ
ment; precise close-ups cf plant
fern? drsnf!?t!2fi?5 " th growth
process; photographs of shore
line rocks and moving water;
studies of high peaks and
remote mountain areas; and 'a
recent surreal series of the
N!KON HONtVrtt: t
graphics. She also received the
National Scholastic Scholarship
Award from the Albright Art
Institute, and an award from
the State Foundation of the
Arts in Hawaii.
Her work is represented in
public collections as well as
private collections in the
United States, England, Nor
way, India, Germany and New
photographer in the nude
walking through woods or on
the beach.
Worth was raised on a farm
on the Nebraska plains. The
decade of the 1930's when he
was growing up was a period of
intense "hard times" for
farmers. He escaped from his
austere farm life by entering
John Fletcher College, a church
supported school, where ho
studied music. He later at-
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Manhattan, then Julliard and
the Manhattan School of Music.
Many of his plant close-ups
were shot at his Mill Valley
home in California.
With student ID 10
discount on tires for foreign
& small American cars.
Many other discounted tires
to fit all cars also available.
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10 discount on all 10-speed
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sumrrer rsebraskan
tuesday, July 16, 1974