The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 17, 1984, Finals Week Edition, Page Page 13, Image 13

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    Monday, December 17, 1034
Daily Ncbraskan
Page 13
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Sixteen UNL students were
Initiated into UNL's Alpha Chap
ter of Phi Beta Kappa honor
society Friday in a ceremony at
the Nebraska East Union.
Phi Beta Kappa is a national
scholastic honorary limited to the
highest-ranking students in the
liberal arts and sciences.
Thomas E. Gouttierre, director
of International Studies and Pro
grams at UNL, was the featured
speaker at the banquet. His topic
was "Tensions in Afghanistan."
Among initiates were:
Ja Engd of Alliance, a sopho
more in the NU College of Den
tistry. Pallida Sallivaa , of Doniphan,
a senior majoring in speech com
munication. Dcn&ld Scoggins of Grand
Island, a senior majoring in psy
chology. Mic&ael Pettiisgsr of Lincoln,
a senior majoring in English.
Tracey Poyer of Lincoln, a
senior majoring in sociology.
Tony Sch&ppaEgh of Lincoln, a
senior majoring in art and ad
vertising. Doris Weiiaer of Lincoln, a
University Studies major who also
works full-time at the Lincoln
Regional Center.
Barbara Chantry of Omaha, a
senior majoring in English and
KMMeen McMahon of Omaha,
a 'senior majoring in political
science, English and psychology.
Karen Patterson of Omaha, a
senior majoring in political
Deborah Robinson of Omaha,
a senior majoring in geology.
Cynthia Schinzel of Overton, a
senior majoring in psychology and
criminal justice.
Cynthia Conger of Scottsbluff,
who graduated in July 1984 with
a degree in news-editorial journ4
Ward J acobson of Stromsburg,
a senior majoring in broadcast
Holly Marston of Arlington,
Texas, a senior majoring in
Tsn Pearl Wong of Shanghia,
China, a senior majoring in com
puter science and mathematics.
The Nebraska Farmer Co. pro
vided two $300 scholarships. They
were awarded to llsxtin Kccter
of Lyndon, I1L, and Janet Kcece
of Valentine.
Michael Turner of Rising City
and Ronald Bahe of Aurora also
were awarded scholarships.
R. B. ?arren, UNL extension
horse specialist, received the
Nebraska Cooperative Extension
Service Excellence in Extension
Programming Award recently.
Help bring the world together.
Host an exchange student
As part of International Youth Exchange, a Presidential Initiative
for peace, your family welcomes a teenager from another country into
your home and into your way of life.
Volunteer host families from all segments of American society
are being selected. If you'd like to be one of them, send for ,SJ7
more information. -iS-TyS
Help bring the world together, one friendship at a time. 0'il,;!7
A iwsskc fnirn The Adwrtisinjt Cihiih il and The Internal inn,il Vouch Kxirwnjje. :
Seven UNL College of Agricul
ture students have been awarded
agricultural journalism scholar
ships with a total value of $3,300.
Radio station KRVN of Lexing
ton provided three $600 scholar
ships. They were awarded to Eon
Arp of Sutton, Mark Ford of
Cody and Lola Doescfect Schlake
of Firth.
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