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Editor's note: This is the first in a series of
stories examining graduate studies at UNL.
By Gina Hills
Ins 1886, 17 years after the University of
Nebraska was created, graduate instruction
In 1896, a graduate school was organized
which became the Graduate College 13 years
Today more than 70 departments at the
University offer graduate degrees.
During the 1974 fall semester, 969 doctoral,
1,308 master's and 820 unclassified students
were enrolled in the Graduate College. This was
132 students less than in the 1973 fall semester.
Some enrollments increased
Despite the decline, adult education,
architecture, business, industrial engineering and
life sciences enrollments have increased.
The number of graduate students in the
departments vary with as few as one student in
paleontology and as many as 182 in business.
More than 600 graduate students have no
departmental designation, or are unclassified.
The departments offer about 800 teaching
and research positions to graduate students
during the regular academic year. Stipends for
these range from about $2,400 to $3,600 per
year for an average of 12 to 15 hours per week.
Fellowships and traineeships also are available
to graduate students.
During the 1974-75 fall semester, 699 male
and 268 female graduate students were given
support as assistants, fellows, and trainees.
Assistant ships through departments
The assistantships are budgeted through the
departments awarding them, with approval from
the Graduate College. The fellowships and
traineeships are available from government
agencies and private foundations.
Graduate students with major fellowships or
traineeships are not allowed to have other
employment without permission of the dean,
The administrative body for graduate studies
at UNL is the graduate council. It also serves as
an advisory body to the dean and consists of
eight graduate faculty fellows and two students.
The eight faculty members are elected by the
Graduate College faculty for terms of three
The University of Nebraska rowing team Thursday night was
l60m allocated $3,200 for the rest of the 74-75 school year by the Fees
1 Allocation Board. The money was given "with the understanding
I the board will look unfavorably on any additional requests for
T II II QS funding during the spring funding process."
Ron Rusthoven, coach of the rowing team, appeared before the
I II board and requested $5,895 to purchase a new eight man shell and
QflOl I three new sets of oars. The shell costs $3,195 and the oars cost
WB ,WB 1 $900 per set.
A motion to provide the team with $4,100 to purchase the shell
and one set of oars failed, 6-2. The second motion allocating
$3,200 passed, 5-3. Both motions included the understanding that
the rowing team not ask for any more money during the 74-75
Henry's is now open Sundays from 12-6
Turkey dinner includes mashed potatoes, gravy, dressing,
salad & drink.
Next to Nebraska Bookstore
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In Person January 24 through February 1
The fCQsnsoy Levis Trio
Winner of the Grammy Award for "In
Crowd," "Hold It Right There." Seven Gold
Records including "Hang On Sloopy," "Wade
in the Water," "Choice" and "Sounds of
Shows at 8:30 and 1 0:30 n m
Call for reservations - 464-0264 . W LiXS Xf"ij
Tickets ot the door $3 50 per person Mon. thru Thurs. $5.00 FrI. & Sot.
Ramsey Lewis package $!5 IZZ w. Sot! Thur,
Includes six course dinner, (Steak or Prime Rib), free wine
The One end Only Ramsey Lewis Show
ion tor reservations 464-0264 56th a Cornhusker Hi
friday, january 24, 1975
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