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Planning and coordinating the largest NU Foundation
fund-raisin drive ever wCl be the top priority for the
foundation's recently elected board chairman, D.B.
Vamer, who has submitted his resignation as NU pres
ident effective Jan. 1, was elected chairman of the NU
Foundation's board of directors Oct. 1. Ills term as board
chairman wD begin Jan. 1, 1977, and is for an indefinite
Varnef said plans for the drive should be completed
in the next three to five months. Although a goal has not
been set, an Oct. 1 press release showed a S25 million gift
campaign is being considered.
A broad based group of volunteers across the state
and nation would lead the drive, Vamer said. Among
volunteers would be members of national alumni groups,
More - 'women trying
Calling the increased cumber of women in business
schools "a huge resource we're just beginning to, tap,"
a UNL College of Business Administration (CBA) admin
istrator predicted a continued increase in women's
enrollment. ' '
Mary Mowday, CBA director of undergraduate studies,
said this year's increase in women's enrollments was about
the same as last year's, although exact figures for this year
were not available. Women's enrollment in CBA nearly
doubled from 1973 to 1975. She said the trend began in
the 19603 and would continue because "women are just
beginning to learn about the opportunities available to
them in business."
Those opportunities are in all phases of business, but
especially in administration and management, she said.
The job market has opened up quite a bit for women in
the last few years, she noted, and is not limited to office
'and clerical work anymore. V
such as Californians for Nebraska.
Harry Ilaynie, foundation president, said this would be
the largest fund-raising drive to date. Other current
foundation projects have included an effort to raise $1
million for the College of Pharmacy, and drives that raised
$13 million for the Nebraska Center for Continuing
Education, $400,000 for the College of Law and
$350,000 for the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) participation
is one major difference between the drive now being con
sidered and past foundation drives. Generally, the UNO
Alumni Association collects funds for the Omaha campus.
But Ilaynie said UNO would participate in the major
Currently, the foundation's assets are $253 million.
The last fiscal year has been the foundation's most
productive-it collected $5.4 million. The funds come
from alumni, corporations, foundations, grants and invest
ments. Symposium schedule
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She said better employment opportunities are the main
reason for the increase in women's enrollment, .but she
also cited "awareness" as a big factor. '
"Women are a lot more informed of the jobs and
careen available to them in business today than they were
a few years ago," she said. The student grapevine is very
effective in this area.
"There have been lots of stories in the news media, in
advertising as well as in the career planning office about
the opportunities available for women."
She said many good areas of employment are open to
women because so few women have had business training
in the past. The influx of women in CBA has not meant
any great changes in curriculum or staffing, she added.
Mowday said as far as she knew, no courses were
planned especially for women and no courses were
planned dealing with possible problems women might
have in the business world.
Following is the sche
dule for Power end Con
spiracy in American: Who's
in Control?" a symposium
sponsored by the Talks and
Topic Committee of Union
10 xm.-Agribusiness vs.
the Family Farm, John Han
son, farmer from Newman
Grove, Don Ralston, co-director
of the Center for
Rural Affairs, Bert Evans,
UNL associate professor of
11:30 lum.-The Long
Chain, a fikn about multi
national corporations, Neb
raska Union main lounge.
1 pjn.-Howard Hvgkes
and the Yankee-Cowboy
Wars, Carl Ogelsby, from
the Assassination Informa
330 pjn. The Riding
Class, William Domhoff.
psychology and sociology
professor at the University
of California-Santa Cruz.
730 pjn Asssssina-
tktn: The Questions Con
tinue, author Mark Lane
the assassination of John
F. Kennedy, author and
playwright Donald Freed,
the assassination of Robert
F. Kennedy, author Jeff
Cohen-the assassination of
Martin Luther King.
10 xm.-The Murder of
Black Leadership, Freed and
Cohen, including the film,
The Murder of Fred Hamp
ton. 1 psa.-OswsU end the
Freed and Cohen. '
3:30 pjn. DcV.is to
Watergzte: A Decade of
7:30 pjn. Whatever
Happened to the Black
Panthers?, Elaine Brown,
chairwoman of Black Pan
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or Language before September 1977, the
National Security Agency's Prof essional
Qualification Test (PQT) can be the key to
a rewarding career.
You must register by November 6 in order
to take the PQT on campus it will not be
giTcn again during the school year. By
, scessMgweK on this test, you will qualify
for an employment interview. During the
iatGrvisw. an USA representative will
discuss tho rdo you might play in furthering
this country's communicatiens security
or in producing vital intelligence information.
The PQT helps to measure your aptitude
for career areas such as:
LANGUAGES Foreign languages are
valuable tools for research, analysis, and
documentation projects. Ad vanced training
in your primary language or perhaps a new
language can be expected.
testing logical designs for global commwnf- . :
cations is a unique pursuit It follows that -your
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analysis projects could not be clicctrfdy
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how to use them.
PICK UP A PQT BULLETIN at your college
placement office. It contains a registration form
which you must mail prior to November 6
in order to take the test on November 20.
Electronic Engineering, Computer Science.
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