The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 03, 1975, Page page 7, Image 7

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    .friday, October 3, 1975
daily nebraskan
page 7
After nearly 75 years, the College- of
Home Economics is seeking accreditation
from the Council on Professional Develop
ment of Home Economics Association,
according to Dean Hazel Anthony. '
Anthony said the process for accredita
tion began in the spring of 1974.
A report was prepared covering the
goals and objectives, qualifications of facul
ty, services provided for students, student
body, available home economics books in
the library, the physical facility itself, and
the financial aspect of the college.
Faculty and students worked on the
500 page report during the fall semester of
last year, Anthony said. The final report
wa3 submitted in January.
A four person committee, made up of
three from other schools and one from
the Association, wer on campus last week
verifying the report. Anthony said the
committee met with alumni, students,
faculty ,and deans of other colleges during
their visit.
"They were here to check to see if we
were doing the things we said we were
doing,' Anthony said. "The committee
seemed very impressed with the students,
faculty and our facilities."
The college will not know if they are
Home Ec.
waiting for
accredited until next spring, Anthony said
"In time, there will be special advan
tages for those (CoMeges) with accredita
tion," she said. "Students won't be accept
ed into graduate school . withou
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Senior science and
engineering majors
earn about $50,000
Students graduating in December
1975 or May 1978 would earn approx
imately $50,000 In four yean as
a nuclear power specialist for the
U.S. Navy,
Qualified students would receive
year of graduate-level study In nu
clear power, while being paid their
first year salary of $10,000 plus.
They also would receive commis
sion as a Navy officer plus all mil
itary benefits including free med
ical and dental care, 30 days paid
vacation and unlimited paid sick leave.
Engineering, physics, chemistry and
math majors are urged to interview
October 7-9. Contact the UNL Place
ment Office (472-3145) in the Nebr.
Union for an interview time. Or
call Dave Frank in Ornahat collect
at 221-9380 for additional information.
ualif ied sophomores
receive scholarships
If you qualify, all tuition, books and
fees are paid during your junior and
senior years plus you receive $100 a
month for living expenses.
Minimum qualifications are one sem
ester each of calculus and physics
or two semesters of calculus by the
end of the first semester of your
sophomore year.
During your senior year, depending on
performance, you'll be Interviewed to
determine your acceptance for ad
vanced nuclear training. Those selected
will receive a year of graduate-level ,
study, commission as a Navy officer
and all military benefits.
Interested sophomores are urged to
interview October 7 9 . Contact the
UNL Placement Office (472-3145) In
the Nebraska Union for an interview
Or call Dave F.ank In Omaha collect
at 221-9388 for additional info.
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