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Wednesday, September 17, 1975
Satisfaction of women in traditional and nontraditional
careers was the topic of discussion at Tuesday's Women
Speak program. ,
Guest speaker at the program, which is sponsored by the
Student Y, was Wilrna Crumley, assistant director of UNL's
School of Journalism.
The School of Journalism and College of Home
Economics joined in a study last year which examined the
career paths of women in traditional fields such as home
economics and non-traditional fields such as journalism,
Each department sent questionnaires to 1965 and 1969
graduates,- she. swd. The study included which represented
80 per cent of both fields.
One of the conclusions drawn from the study was that
there are no significant differences in job satisfaction
according to college majors, sex, number of children or
years since graduation, she said.
Another" conclusion was that college graduates appear
to believe they encounter special problems with their
careers and goals after five and ten years of full-time
employment, she said.
Crumley noted that men push ahead in careers more
frequently than females. This, she said, may be the result of
males being more mobile than females.
She also said that although the questionnaire did not
specify homemaker as a career, the study received many
replies that listed it as one.
According to the study, Crumley said, more women may
find significant problems when moving to management type
Crumley said that the study is continuing and that
Louisiana State University and Missouri State will conduct
the same type of studies this year.
Latin American Women, a panel discussion of the roles
of women in Latin America is the WomenSpeak topic
m . 1 rn ;;,. nf th American Society of
inc annual iui iwiuv -
Mechanical Engineer scheduled for Sept. 1 at l p.m.
at Holmes Park. For more information call Gregg Bloom,
435-2075, or Don Hendry, 475-5343.
An organizational meeting for the Environmental Task
Force is planned for Sept. 17 at 7:30 pjn. at the Nebraska
Alpha Lambda Delta officers will meet today at 4 p jn.
in the Administration Room of the Administration Bldg.
All people interested in Human-Legal Rights Committee
should meet today at 7:30 pjn. in the ASUN office. Major
ideas and plans will be discussed.
The University Women's Action Group (UWAG) is
meeting Sept. 17 at 4 pjn. in the Nebraska Union.
Everyone is welcome.
mpfltine of Orchesis. a dance trourje. is nl.nnno
for tonight at 7 p.m. in the Women's PE Bldg. A techmque
session will be conducted by Barbara Mason.
ASUN needs to make two appointments to the UNL
Police Committee, which compiles codes of ethics in en
forcement and advises the police chief. Contact the ASUN
office for more information.
The Thursday weekly luncheons sponsored by the Inter
national Student Union (formerly International Club)
will resume Sept. 18 at the University Lutheran Chapel at
15th and Q. Dr. Khigh Dhiegh will be the guest.
An organizational meeting of Phi U, a home economics
honorary, is scheduled for Thursday at 6:30 pjn. in Home
Economics Bldg. 104 on East Campus. Ail members are
encouraged to attend.
Students interested in interim courses in Paris should
attend a meeting Sept. 18 at 4 pjn. in Oldfather 1138.
8 a.m.-5 pjn.-Dept. of
Forestry "Management Seminar-Nebraska
8 ajn.-5 pjn.-Lincoln
, 8 ajn.-5 pjn. Manage
ment Concepts (CTU
NCCE. 10:30 ajn.-Business
Teacher Education 120-Ne-braska
Association for Administra
tive Development Luncheon
Noon-6 p jn.-Union Pro
gram Council (UPC) Film
12:30 pjn.-Health Ed.
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Coat Interviews-Union 222.
4 pjn.-Women's Action
4 pjn. Career Planning
and Placement Orientation
4:30 pjn.-All University
Fund (AUF)-Union 242.
5:30 , pjn.-Gamma
6:30 pjn.-ASUN Senate
Meeting-Union 202. '
1. Community Relations
2. CSL report
5. Faculty Adviser
1. Resolution No. 13 Ap
pointments 2. Resolution No. 12
1. Resolution No. 17
l.Big-8 Student Govern
7 p jn.-Interfratenuty
7 pjn.-UNL Chess Club
-Union Harvest Room.
7 p.m.-Minority Affairs-Tutoring-Union
7 pjn.-Career Planning
and Placement Orientation
7:30 p.m.-UNL Hockey
7:ju p.m. iMwXiw .
American Student Associa
tion -Union 232.
Brlw. News Edltori: Randy
Gordon and Lorl Damo, Manag
ing Editor; Stan Llnhorit, Ai
cleta Newi Editor: Gina Hilli.
Layout Editor: Michele Schrnai,
Arti and Entertainment Editor.
Robert Thurber, Sporli Editor.
Larry Stunkel, Third Dlmenilon
Editor: Vince Boucher, Photo
Chief: Tad Kirk, BuilneM Mana
ger: Jerri Haunter, Adverti
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