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Volume 38, Number 24 Weber State College Ogden, Utah January 17, 1978 J :- I ? :" ' ' ' i j ' : v "m ' Mn of the Achievement onors This year's Honors Cortez Faculty and Student Achievement Awards competition is in progress, according to Honors Director Dr. Levi S. Peterson. Made possible by an endowment by the John J. Cortez family, the competition awards three $150 prizes in each of two categories, faculty and student. The prizes may be withheld if the Honors Committee feels the entries are inadequate. Entry content Entries may consist of creative, scholarly, scientific or technological projects completed during winter quarter of the present school year. Entries must relate in some obvious way to the topic, "Preparation for the Twenty-First Century." "We don't want to limit the possibilities at all. If an entry such as an essay, poetic or musical composition, painting or sculpture can be related to the theme, it's acceptable," Peterson noted. Peterson also stated it is perfectly acceptable for students to hand in term projects or lab work, adding, "I have no objection to students preparing their entries under the supervision of a professor." The competition is open to all full-time students, full-time faculty members and administration members holding faculty rank. The deadline for submission is March 17. Further information is available at the Honors Office, SS132-136, or at ext. 112. future? awards 'earcJIi talked by Nancy Bailey Staff Reporter Members of the WSC faculty and campus members of the Presidential Search Committee met Thursday to hear faculty suggestions regarding what criteria to use in selecting a new president. Dr. Richard Sadler, chairman of the faculty senate, hosted the meeting. Reading an announcement which the Board of Regents placed in the Chronicle of Education, advertising for the position, and he briefly outlined for the audience what steps have The new schedule of WSC convocation speakers include comedian Pat Paulsen, and former Director of the Office of Management and Budget, Bert Lance. All but one of the noon convocations will be held on Thursday in the Fine Arts Center auditorium. The one exception will be astronaut Don Lind's appearance "I don't rar what ihey thay it Convocafi about been taken heretofore in setting criteria to be used in the search. Age No Criteria Sadler presented a suggestion from Dr. Borup of the Sociology department stating that age not be used as a criteria in the selection. Some of the basic criteria the committee is considering are: experience and leadership qualities, involvement with civic and community activities, the educational background of the applicants, and successful teaching experience on a College level. ons which is set for noon on Wednesday, Jan. 25. Lind is being presented in conjunction with WSC's Science Day, sponsored by the School of. Natural Sciences. Lind was . selected as an astronaut in 1966. He has served as backup science pilot for Skylab 3 and 4 and as a member of the rescue crew for the Skylab missions. Peter Foy will be the college - th thill Thuprr D'e to me.' Faculty Input Among suggestions taken from the faculty were: a man who would have a thorough knowledge of the workings of the Federal Government, perhaps a man with a background in law. Someone who could bring prestige, and financial gain to the college. A man who is a persuasive speaker. A man who would truly represent the college and not be concerned with being a yes, man. Several faculty members expressed concern regarding how they could be kept abreast of the progress of the search and as to what types of input they would be able to have? An official meeting of the Criteria Committee will be held on Friday the 20th to finalize more plans. lineup convocation guest artist on Feb. 2. Foy is known throughout the nation and world as a "flyer" because of his sophisticated cables and rigs and has flown such notable persons as Mary Martin in "Peter Pan, Barbra Streisand in "Funny Girl", and Sally Fields in "The Flying Nun." : He has just completed an assignment where he flew several people, including 9 babies, for the movie "The Wiz," now in production. Straight-faced comedian Pat Paulsen will return Feb. 9 to the WSC campus. Paulsen visited the college as a convocation performer last year. He is well-known for his unsuccessful campaign for President of the United States in 1968 as well as his appearances on hundreds of television shows. Doug Scott, the first Englishman to reach the summit of Mount Everest, has been tentatively scheduled for Feb. 16. Scott has also climbed Mt. McKinely, Mt. Asgard and Mt. Kenya. Bert Lance, will be the Feb. 23 guest lecturer at WSC. Lance came into the public eye recently when he was questioned about overdrafts made by him at the Bank of Georgia. Concluding this quarter's convocation schedule will be Tom Jackson on March 2. Jackson is known as one of the nation's top manpower and employment experts. In his lecture, "Guerilla Tactics in the Job Market," Jackson will explain to Weber State students new and unusual techniques for finding and getting the jobs they want.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1978-01-17, Vol. 38, No. 24|
|Creator||Weber State College|
|Contributors||Associated Students of Weber College|
|Description||Weber's current student newspaper, the Signpost, first appeared on September 29, 1937. For two years prior to that time, campus news was disseminated via announcements posted on a bulletin board known as the "Signpost". As a result, the masthead of the first issue of the paper itself featured a rudimentary wooden sign with the title spelled out in rustic-looking letters. Over the years the paper has been published continuously, though the look, size and style has changed several times.|
|Subject||College student newspapers and periodicals; Weber State College|
|Publisher Digital||Stewart Library, Weber State University|
|Source||University Archives LD5893.W55 S5, Stewart Library, Weber State University|
|Rights Management||Public Domain. Courtesy of University Archives, Stewart Library, Weber State University.|