The East Carolinian, February 21, 1980






�l?c lEast �arnlmtan
Vol. 54 No
Thursday, February 21, 1980
(Greenville, N.C.
Circulation 10.000
Appeals Board Rejects SGA Elections Change
b ii:rry gray
News Kdilor
I he Appeals Board ruled Tuesday
a student government
Liture bill which would have
taken away the SGA president's
power to appoint the elections com-
tee chairman is in violation of
the student government constitu-
� on.
Passed Jan. 28, the proposed con-
ditional amendment would have
n the appointive power to the
member SGA Executive Coun-
of which the SGA president is
a member.
According to Appeals Board
Chairman John Aldridge, - the
amendment was not in itself com-
pletely unconstitutional, and could
go into effect next fall.
Aldridge explained that the pro-
blem arose because the SGA con-
stitution states that the student
legislature cannot enact bills which
directly affect the incumbent SGA
president.
Lynn Bell, chairman of the stu-
dent legislature's Rules and
Judiciary committee, introduced the
proposed change as a means of tak-
ing bias out of the election process.
"Placing the power to appoint the
elections chairman in the hands of
the president is just too much. The
committee felt that having more
people involved in the selection
would result in a more unbiased
decision Bel! said Wednesday.
"I'm not happy about the ruling
� it's an insult to the Rules and
Judiciary committee and an even
bigger insult to the legislature she
added.
The elections committee chair-
man's duties include overseeing the
SGA elections and disqualifying
candidates who do not abide by the
election rules.
According to SGA President
Brett Melvin, who initiated the ap-
peal, his concern in raising the ques-
tion was not over the erosion of the
SGA president's powers.
"My intent was to see to it that
the student government constitution
was upheld. If we are allowed to
pass legislation in violation of the
constitution, then there's no need to
have a constitution at all Melvin
said.
Melvin originally brought the
matter to SGA Attorney General
Drake Mann, who presented it to
the Appeals Board for judgement.
"There were some very good
arguments on both sides of this
issue, and I asked the Appeals
Board to decide on it because it was
so close Mann said.
A source in student government
who wished not to be identified said
he thought the Appeals Board
"didn't fully realize what thev were
doing when they made their deci-
sion.
"The constitution states that the
legislature has the power to enact
laws affecting the incumbent presi-
dent, provided a judicial body
agrees with it. The Appeals Board
should have been deciding whether
the change was necessary or not,
and not whether it was unconstitu-
tional the source said.
The source was referring to article
3, section 8.d of the constitution,
which states that the student
legislature has the power to "enact.
by a two-thirds vole, laws governing
student government association
elections and article 3, section II,
which states that the legislature mav
not "enact any law affecting any in-
cumbent, except as directed bv an
established judicial body
The amendment bill contains
other proposed changes which the
Appeal Board upheld. Melvin must
now veto the bill, since it was
declared in part unconstitutional,
and the other items must be voted
on again bv the student legislature.
Melvin aid Wednesday that he
was going to Jelav advertising tor a
new elections chairman until the
situation could be cleared up.
Injured Student
Seeking Action
Joggers Pass By The Spot Where Student Fell
c-noto Oy KIP SLOAN
A student fell and injured his
ankle Monday night when he trip-
ped on jutting roots in a pathway
frequently used by students.
Tommy Pearce, a Jones Dorm
resident, was returning from the
library at about 9:30 p.m. on Feb.
18.
"1 was walking down behind
Flanagan and Rawl near the gazebo
when I tripped on those uncovered
roots and fell Pearce explained.
"I made it home by stopping every
few steps and resting my foot
The pathway that Pearce and
many other students use between the
buildings is surrounded by trees and
bushes. There is a sidewalk several
yards away which is well-lit but
takes more time to use.
"Everybody uses that pathwav
Pearce said. "They should haul in
dirt or make it inaccessible.
Something needs to be done about
the roots. The lights aren't bright
enough in that area. They're not
even directed on the path at all
Pearce went to the infirmary
Tuesday morning to have his leg
checked. He was told bv a nurse that
ECU Handicapped Focus Of Deaf Awareness Week
Bv DEBBIE HOT AUNG
Assistant Sews Kditor
"People just aren't aware of the
potential of handicapped students
on campus Mike Ernest, director
of the ECU Hearing Impaired Pro-
gram, said.
'That's why we really want peo-
ple to come to our workshops and
other activities next week
Deaf Awareness Week will be
observed Feb. 24-March 1 with
several activities scheduled. The
goal of the activities will be to in-
crease awareness and understanding
of handicappeda students on t he
EC j campus and in the Greenvirte
community.
"The handicapped students will
be running the workshops
themselves. They'll be speaking on
their feelings Ernest said.
"Professors on campus that have
worked with handicapped students
will also speak about the changes
they have experienced in their
teaching methods and in their at-
titudes
The population of handicapped
students on campus is steadily grow-
ing and tne general public is now
becoming more aware of them. "As
more and more handicapped
students enter the classrooms, peo-
ple tend to feel uncomfortable
around them and even avoid them
Ernest explained. "We've even had
a few cases where professors here on
campus have asked the handicapped
students to leave their classes
because they didn't want any inter-
Placement Director
Stays Busy With A
Double-edged Job
preters in the class. We've en-
countered negative attitudes on the
part of the faculty and students.
"Hopefully, with people becom-
ing more aware of the handicapped
students, these negative feelings will
disappear. The whole idea of next
week is to show how the campus is
undergoing a change, and we hope
people will become involved in our
activities Ernest added.
A workshop, "Dealing with Han-
dicapped Students in the
Classroom will be held for ECU
B MARGARET E. BUNCH
EC! News Bureau
Being young and looking for a
job is tough under the best of cir-
cumstances. Being young, away
from home, and looking for a job
thai can be sandwiched in between
classes and studying is double
That's what makes the job of
rlacement officer at ECU in-
teresting.
Furney James, director of Career
Planning and Placement at ECU,
busy trying to match the
arious company representatives
who come on campus recruiting and
students who are frantically job
hunting.
James' job is double edged. His
principal function is to place the
students in careers that they have
been preparing for during the last
four,or five years. His secondary
job is to help students find part time
work that will give them valuable
job experience in their chosen field
after graduation.
Once students graduate and are
placed in careers, James loses track
of many of them. But the students
who are placed in the temporary and
part time summer jobs are the ones
who report their successes back to
him. it is from these that James
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derives his greatest satisfaction.
Two of his most recent success
stories have been Cynthia Thomas
of Jacksonville, N.C, and Eric
Davidson of Statesville, N.C.
Thomas and Davidson both
worked as salesmen for the Varsity
Company, a publisher of Bibles and
educational books, during the sum-
mer vacation. Davidson was a sales
manager and was honored as the top
student salesman with an income of
$14,000.
Davidson earned enough to sup-
port both himself and his wife as
students during their last year at
East Carolina. Davidson has been
accepted at Wake Forest Law
School next year and Mrs. Davidson
will teach in elementary school.
Thomas placed 15th in sales
among hundreds of college students
who worked as salespeople for the
Varsity Company throughout the
nation last summer.
Davidson and Thomas were
awarded engraved plaques at the an-
nual awards banquet and seminar in
Nashville, Tenn where the com-
pany is headquartered. More than
300 students and parents attended.
These are just two of the many
success stories that James can tell
about. "Fifty percent of the East
Carolina University student body
passes through my office and the
summer work experience they
gather is invaluable �to them in
developing careers James says.
"Many students who work as
menials at companies while students
get good positions with the same
company after graduation. For ex-
ample, one student who worked as a
janitor with Carolina Telephone
now is an accountant with the com-
pany. Phil Barbee, who worked as a
salesman, is now sales manager for
a three-state territory since gradua-
tion
faculty, staff, students and any in-
terested persons on Wednesdav,
Feb. 27 from 3:00-5:00 p.m. The
question and answer format
workshop will be held in the Biology
Building Auditorium (room 103)
with a panel .
On Wednesdav, Feb. 27 at 7.30
p.m Mr. Bill Peace from the N.C.
Council for the Hearing Impaired,
will speak on "Opportunities for
Handicapped People Peace, who
has been deaf since the age of 14.
will speak in Brewster B-102.
he should have it x-rayed at Eastern
Radiologists.
His leg was x-rayed on Tuesday
afternoon, and Pearce was told that
his ankle was sprained. He also pull-
ed a muscle in his leg.
"111 be on crutches for a while,
and thev (the doctors at I-astern
Radiologists) told me to stav off it
for a while Pearce said.
Pearce met with S n n y
McLawhorn. who gives legal advice
to students, to discuss the possibili'v
of having the school pav for ms
medical bill.
"Mr. McLawhorn looked it up.
and it seems to him that East
Carolina is liable to pav for anv
damages Pearce said. "The
pathway is not marked dangerous or
inaccessible, and it" it is not to be us-
ed by the students, it should have
been blocked off, or it should be
made clear that the pathwav is not
to be OSe�l,M Pearce said. "I'm go-
ing to try to get an appointment
with Chancellor Brewer about this.
"I don't want to see anyone eUe
get hurt. It's not the monev n0 much
� something should be done about
making it safer. Maybe thev could
put up a sign warning students, or
till it in with dirt so we could use it
without worrying about falling
UNC A dministrator Speaks On Quality
The evening session of the Phi
Kappa Phi-sponsored symposium
on quality in higher education open-
ed Wednesday night in Mendenhall
Student Center with a lecture by Dr.
Raymond H. Dawson, vice presi-
dent for academic affairs at the
University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill.
Dr. Dawson delivered his address,
entitled "Quality Academic Pro-
grams: Perspectives of the General
Administration and the Board of
Governors to a group of approx-
imately 80 ECU administrators,
faculty members, students and area
residents.
One of the main concerns express-
ed by Dr. Dawson in his lecture was
the need for a wider understanding
of the role of the university.
"It is the obligation of East
Carolina University, or any univer-
sity, to do the best that it can to
prepare young men and women to
go into their vocation, but to equate
that with education itself is to
misinterpret what the university's
duties are Dawson said.
"We want graduates to be able to
lead useful and beneficial lives out-
side of their vocational calling he
said.
Dr. Dawson was the eighth
speaker to be featured in the sym-
posium, now in its fifth year at
ECU. The opening session began
yesterday morning with a welcome
address from ECU Chancellor Dr.
Thomas Brewer, and continued with
leotures by Dr. Marie T. Farr, an
assistant professor in the ECU
department of English, and Dr.
John D. Longhill, an ECU School
of Business associate professor who
spoke on the negative effects that
student evaluations have on the
quality of education. Dr. Farr spoke
on the quality of teaching.
Dawson also questioned the need
to require a foreign language for all
university students. Noting that
most students would never have to
See DAWSON Page 2, Col. 1
Dr. Raymond H. Dawson
Soviets Ignore U.S. Deadline
Olympic Boycott Becomes A Reality
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) �
An estimated force of 100,000
Soviets troops stayed in
Afghanistan today, ignoring the
deadline for their withdrawal set by
President Carter last month.
The president said Jan. 20 he
would favor a boycott of the Olym-
pics if the Kremlin did not withdraw
its troops in a month, and in Bonn,
West Germany today, U.S. State
Department spokesman Hodding
Carter said, "the United States will
not participate in the Olympics in
Moscow
In Moscow, the deadline passed
without comment.
The official Soviet news media
previously charged Carter with at-
tempting to blackmail the Soviet
Union and insisted pressure trom
the United States would not affect
Soviet foreign policy objectives. But
the Soviets never reported the Feb.
20 deadline Carter had set �or its
link with American participation in
the summer Olympics.
There were persistent rumors in
the Afghan capital that the Soviets
might stage a token withdrawal of a
few thousand men, but it did not
materialize.
Some Western diplomats here
now speculate the Soviets and the
Soviet-backed Afghan government
will not be able to put down a
21-month rebellion by Moslem in-
surgents without even greater
numbers of troops being sent here
from the Soviet Union.
"There must be some military ex-
perts in the Kremlin advising the
politburo at this very moment that
only 200,000 more men would
enable them to see the light at the
end of the tunnel one Western
diplomat commented.
Western intelligence reports
estimate that sabotage, sniping,
bomb attacks, ambushes and hit-
and-run raids by anti-Communist
Moslem guerrillas cost the Soviet ar-
my at least 3,000 casualities in the
first two months of its Afghanistan
intervention, including between 600
and 800 men killed.
The Afghan army, estimated at
100,000 men before the Soviet in-
tervention in late December, is
believed to have been cut in half
through desertions, purges and
guerrilla action. And Soviet-trained
Afghan soldiers have shown little
enthusiasm for fighting the rebels.
The Russians have intervened
against mutinous Afghan army
units.But they seem reluctant to
deploy their infantry against the
rebels, perhaps for fear of being
drawn into an escalating open-
ended guerrilla war.
One diplomat from a non-
aligened nation said, "The Russians
are in a trap. They cannot retreat
without losing face and they cannot
go forward without getting more
and more embroiled in an incv-
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Continued from Pagt i
use a foreign language
in their jobs. Daw son
said, jokingly, that
"any voting man or
woman can get through
learning all o the
nouns and verbs in Cier-
man has accomplished
a lot right there
I he symposium was
scheduled to continue
today with a lecture b)
ECU Vice Chancellor
lr. Robert Maiei on
the faculty's role in
developing quality in
university education,
and lectures by Dr.
Raymond Martinez and
Mrs. Janet Kilpatrick
on the role of the
library in assisting
quality research.
Also slated for other
lectures are Mr. Ed-
ward Reep, on teaching
effectiveness in the pro-
fessional schools, and
Dr. lames Wright, on
I he challenges and pro-
blems in language
development.
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campus In addition to discussion �l
draft and registration issues, the
meeting will include a report lr�m
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GREENVII LE (AP) A year
alts.i a serious tire that released
potentially poisonous chemicals,
state and local officials say they
have detected no serious problems.
1 as! Feb. 19 a lire at Coastal
Chemical Corp. near Greenville
destroyed hundreds of pesticide and
herbicide containers.
About l.(MK) persons in Pitt and
Craven counties were evacuated.
I luck clouds of smoke covered a
10-mile area, and contaminated
water washed into ditches. A battery
of air, water and health tests were
conducted, and tests are still being
done on areas where debris from the
fire was buried.
"I have not heard of any adverse
effect at all said William B. Buf-
faloe, the pesticide administrator
from the state Agriculture Depart-
ment. He coordinated the cleanup
efforts.
Blood tests and examinations ol
fire lighters and cleanup workers
revealed no health problems, said
Dr. Robert Ehinger, director ol the
Pitt County Health Department.
Ehinger also said no reports ol
tish kills not animal poisonings were
received.
Fields adjacent to the burned
building were saturated with
chemicals, but they have since been
used tor grazing and crops
"We were watching to see it there
was any change1 he said.
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PAGE 4
This Newspaper's Opinion
Catch-22 Lives On
Joseph Heller, in his novel
Catch-22, described in a situation in
the U.S. Army. The Army
bureaucracy says that if you are in-
sane, they will let you go home.
However, if you want to go home,
you can't be crazy; so, back in you
go for another hitch.
A similar "Catch-22" is in opera-
tion right now in the Student
Government Association. The
legislature can enact a law affecting
the incumbent SGA president only
as directed by a judicial body, which
in turn decides that the legislature
cannot enact laws affecting the in-
cumbent SGA president.
Catch-22, revisited at ECU.
It all began some time ago, when
the SGA legislature voted over-
whelmingly to strip SGA President
Brett Melvin of his powers to name
the elections chairman. Referring to
the limitations that the legislature
has in terms of passing laws, Melvin
cited a passage in the SGA constitu-
tion which stipulated that the body
could make no law "affecting any
incumbent, except as directed by an
established judicial body
The constitution is also specific in
saying that the legislature does have
the right to "enact, by two-thirds
vote, laws governing student
government association elections
Melvin referred the case to SGA
Attorney General Drake Mann for
an opinion. Mann told The East
Carolinian that there were good
arguments for and against Melvin's
plea to keep the right to appoint the
elections chairman. Mann then
referred the case to the Appeals
Board. The Board heard the
arguments and decided in favor of
Melvin.
The Appeals Board decision im-
plies that while the legislature can-
not enact laws affecting an incum-
bent SGA president, it can enact
laws affecting a non-incumbent
president.
When is a president not incum-
bent? We were always taught in
grammar school that the president
was always in office, unless he was a
president-elect. The only way to
pass laws governing the behavior of
the president-elect is to do it in the
five minutes or so before the new
president is sworn in at the beginn-
ing of the year.
Mann, a Melvin appointee, was
given the responsibility, however, of
phrasing the question to the Ap-
peals Board, who were charged with
determining its constitutionality.
The constitutionality, we feel, is not
the question here.
It might have been better if the
board had done what it was set up
to do, that is, to decide whether or
not Jhe change was necessary,
desirable and fair. Constitutionality
should not have come up.
What the Appeals Board has
done, in effect, is to decide what the
legislature can and cannot do with
its legislation. n a word, if the
board doesn't like a particular bill,
it has assumed the right to step in
and take over. The U.S. Supreme
Court certainly doesn't go in and
decide to initiate legislation. That,
in effect, is what the Appeals Board
has done.
It must be remembered that the
Appeals Board is appointed, not
elected. We do not think it proper
for the Board to tell a bunch of
elected officials that they cannot
pass laws.
Certainly, Melvin is opening
himself up to criticism by wanting
to name the elections chairman. The
chairman is the one person that runs
the elections, that is responsible for
seeing that everything is fair and
above board, and for seeing that all
election disputes are handled fairly.
Certainly, the potential for abuse is
there, and while we realize Melvin
has said that he will not be here next
year, he may be doing people closest
to him a disservice.
We can see the aay when one of
Melvin's close political allies runs
for office, and wins. That person's
opponents might claim that
Melvin's ally won due to the efforts
of the elections chairman that
Melvin appointed. Such a charge
might be preposterous, but it would
cast a bad light on all the can-
didates, and on the entire electoral
process.
Thejdeal way to do things would
be to nave the legislature choose so-
meone to chair the elections, and
therefore prevent any accusation on
anyone's character or motives. The
campaign should be limited to the
debating of issues, in a mature way,
so that the students can decide who
will lead them.
The time of dirty tricks and false
accusations should not be tolerated
at a university campus. Therefore,
we hope that the legislature will
fight tooth and nail to help prevent
any assaults from being made on
their powers.
No Apology For Iran
U.N. Secretary-General Kurt
Waldheim announced yesterday
that the U.N. panel to investigate
the ex-shah of Iran has delayed its
departure for Tehran. A U.N.
spokesman said "there are still open
questions concerning the commis-
sion of inquiry to go to Iran and
one cannot help thinking that Presi-
dent Carter's refusal to
"apologize" to Iran is one of those
questions.
Although the reason given for the
delay is that the Iranians want more
time to prepare for the mission, the
underlying causes are somewhat
more ominous. Carter's apology is
one of the original terms for the
release of the hostages, and it could
be that the Iranians are discussing
the possibility of a release without
an apology.
Carter said it is his duty uphold
the pride of the United States and
that an apology is out of the ques-
tion. This stand is certainly
preferable to a repeat of the Pueblo
incident�an apology later rescind-
ed. The Iranians might abandon the
call for an apology, as they did the
idea of the ex-shah's return to Iran,
considering the impending Soviet
threat to the new Islamic republic.
The Ayatollah's opinion figures
prominently in the acceptance of
Carter's refusal because the
religious leader still commands a
following in Iran, especially among
the students at the U.S. embassy.
Although Khomeini has backed Ira-
nian President Bani Sadr to some
extent, he may not be as reasonable
as Bani Sadr on this issue.
Carter might not have to
apologize, but he cannot deny the
ex-shah's atrocities against human
rights or the natural connection the
Iranians make between the murder
and plunder in Iran and former
U.S. support of the ex-shah. The
president should remember his com-
mitment to human rights when the
time comes to acknowledge the fin-
dings of the U.N. panel, no matter
how grim the picture.
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rLetters To The Editor
More Reactions to 'Brian9
To the Editor:
Mr. Van Dale Hudson says he does not
need to view "The Life of Brian" in order
to critique it. With great self-confidence,
he says that this is because he need not
have to hold dynamite to know it will
blow him up. This is the same thing Ann
Landers told us in 1969: "I do not have to
try marijuana to know it is bad; 1 also
don't have to drink arsenic to see it will
kill me
And yet, the analogies of Hudson and
Landers, smug though they are, are mere-
ly misleading oversimplifications. If a
person holds exploding dynamite or
drinks poison, he dies; demonstrably, im-
mediately, and predictably. True, you
don't have to drink poison to know it will
kill you and you don't have to jump into a
trash can and muss your suit and tie in
order to know its contents (vou might,
however, be well-advised to sift through it
a bit if you think, your lost emerald ring
may be at the bottom.)
But a film is not a cupful of arsenic, nor
is it a bulging Hefty bag. The effects of
watching it are neither immediate nor
clear cut, nor are they uniform upon all
people. These effects are therefore open
to debate, whereas those of poison or
dynamite are not.
Would it not be a less rich world if no
one had ever dared to be the first to taste
an oyster? Types like Van Dale Hudson
would have doubtlessly said staunchly,
"No, I've never tasted one, and I'm not
about to; you can took at that thing and
know it is slimy filth
Also, what if heretics like Galileo and
Copernicus had never challenged the
"common sense" notion that the sun
circled the earth? I can almost hear the
Van Dale Hudsons of Galileo's day now,
no I will not look through your stupid
telescope (and with a knowing wink
toward his wildly cheering mob of
credulous followers), any fool can plainly
see that the sun moves across our sky, just
as the Bible plainly states, and as our God
intended. Also you better take back what
you said or we'll close down your theater;
oops, er, that is, we'll lock you ud
And what about Hudson himself I
would bet that he gets antibiotic shots
when he has an infection. How ironic that
he would have most assuredly been an
anti-vaccinationist during the days of vac-
cine's inception; urging non-interference
with God's chosen diseases, and deman-
ding banishment of the heretics who'd
dare implement this radical new idea. Of
course, present-day Hudson regards vac-
cination as God's gift.
Some people defend the film by saying
it is not blasphemous. I say it is
blasphemous, very much so, and all the
better for being so. J think- the Monty
Python troup consists of brilliant
iconoclastic atheists.
The word "atheist" has been much
maligned in our society. With most people
being conditioned easily, the majority just
uncritically equate belief in God with high
morality, and disbelief with low morality.
What irony! The Pythons see things
which are false, primitive and viscious in
the routines of society. They hate violence
and injustice; most unthinking church
people have been brainwashed into seeing
atheists as wicked, but that is just not true
at all! They are on a higher moral plane
than Van Dale Hudson! Did Hudson's
church take a strong stand against the
Viet Nam war? Do they take action
against the killing of whales?
What about myths deliberately propell-
ed by the church? They say that atheist
Madalyn Murray robbed them of prayer.
iNot true! She just stopped them from
ramming their programming process
down our throats. She did not get praver
banned; she had COMPULSORY prayer
banned. If Hudson and his church were
being forced to attend this movie, I would
defend their right not to be so forced.
This is similar to another church myth:
that the Pilgrims came to America to
escape religious persecution. In fact, they
were run out, first from Holland and then
England, because they were persecuting
other people. NOTE: This is plainly
stated in history books; though I imagine
Van Dale Hudson will say he does not
need to read it to know it isn't true.
The Monty Python group has a scien-
tific attitude, as opposed to a
superstitious one. The church nevei
siders its particular brand of superstition
as superstition. Nevertheless I th .
anything whicn claims spirits.
heavens, devils, hells; anythinj
nature, is superstition. I suppor: Jn-
tific viewpoint. Science is self-correcting;
that is. if new data comes in. and it proves
old ideas wrong, science has d built-in
policy of freedom to change its concepts
without remorse. Religion, on the other
hand, claims it is right, and that it has
always been right! I will take a penicillin
shot rather than a praer ever time
thank you!
I arrv . Surber
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Minges Is Commended
To the Editor:
rw if-
Pat Minges' writing of changing
musical forms (Vol. 54 No. 39) was com-
mendable. Music, indeed, had no choice
but to evolve into the various
"anti-mainstream" forms that are
presently being considered artistic (i.e.
jazz-rock, fusion, punk, etc.).
I would like Mr. Minges to be aware
that other art forms have been
"anti-mainstream" as well. Incongruity
in art and dance have been around for
some time. "Black humor in all its
wonderful disgust, has made me laugh for
a decade or so. Most respected art forms,
dynamic as they are, by definition move
in that direction.
I like to call it "third plane
"Janusian or "lateralized thinking
"Punk poetry god forbid, is beginn-
ing to irritate a few traditionalists as is
"anarchistic science Artistic or seman-
tic incongruity may even show up in a few
of the more traditional institutions such
as education and the family. How about
"punk teaching "incongruent cook-
ing or (pardon the putrid paternal pun)
"flippant dadaism Sound disgusting'
Wonderful!
All these incongruent forms may in
turn produce a need for
"neo-traditionalism" and we are right
back where we started. It appears to be
one big circle.
HalJ. Daniel, III
Professor
Editor's Note: We had to make one
correction in Mr. Daniel's letter, but the
mistake is one that many people have
made in the past. For the edification of
our readers, "that girl who writes the
album reviews" is not a girl. Pat Minges is
a male. His name is Patrick Minges, but
he goes by Pat.
ancf'TProffc Tn'lrie spring
And, you are a inied as seldom
pass anyone going in m direction. The
$2,000 price tag is not the alue of the
van, 48 Chevy "Captain America It is
the estimate to restore it. to the pre-riol
'80 state, via sandblasting, painting,
fender and body work. The final figure1
Unknown!
It does appear from Mr Couch's letter
dated Feb. 7, that someone had closeiv
observed the machine, possiblv inquired
as to the history and selling price, became
frustrated and lashed out at the object of
desire. He dupes those who follow. He's
the duper, and those who follow are
dupable. Mr. Couch depreciates m win
in a canny manner.
It is not my goal to prosecute anyone,
call witnesses, dormitory counselors, etc.
Only to restore my propertv. to make a
statement on ECU parking, and to en
courage the responsible public to come
forth, and speak to institutional commit-
tees on the problems underlying the riot
If you (plural) nave questions. Address
them in confidence to my Tuesda
classified in this paper. A speedy and
favorable reply will be appreciated and
rewarded.
It occurs to me that in my enthusiasm
to explain why I consider, "Captain
America to be such and exceptional
value. I neglected a main reason it is such
a potential treasure for a collector. For as
any collector will tell you, it is the history
and beauty of an item that gives the
deepest and most genuine satisfaction.
Any price increase in the future will be a
confirmation of your basic sense of
values.
Leland K. Williams
Truck Is Worth More
To the Editor:
Question: Does parking privilege at
ECU only guarantee you protection
against two truck operators?
My twenty-five dollars ($25) brought
me none of the following:
A numbered space
A safe traffic-parking design
A theft and vandalism insurance
If your bicycle, person, car was damag-
ed; you need not dance to appease the
snow god. You need do as 1 did park for
the winter, then m the spring. You load
the closet, the sleeper, the sink, the swivel
chairs, and even the electrical out lets. Fun
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Choose An Outstanding
Professor
From Monday, Feb. 25, until Friday, Feb. 29, ECU students will have the op-
portunity to vote for the outstanding teachers they have had for at least one
undergraduate course for credit during the fall or spring semesters of the
1979-80 school year.
The computer processed voting card can be obtained from the student's facui-
ty advisor. The student may vote for up to three undergraduate teachers and is
to assign to each nominated teacher a rating of 10 (highest), 8, or 6, pending
on the intensity of the nomination. The faculty member's four digit code
number, as given in this issue of The East Carolinian, should be used instead of
the faculty member's name. The voting card should be deposited in the voting
box in the Registrar's Office in Whichard Building, 8 a.m5 p.m � �
5-29. (Students who are practice teaching will receive the voting card and this
issue from their supervisors and should return the cards by May 1 to Dr. I.e.
Savetta, Physics Department, ECU, Greenville, N.C 27834.)
Students should bear in mind that the vote is for teachers whom they feel are
outstanding. It is not a vote to find the most popular teacher nor a vote to in-
dicate course preference. The best teachers are not necessarily the most popular
and, conversely, the most popular teachers are not the best.
The student vote will be analyzed by the Committee for Teaching Effec-
tiveness in order to minimize any possible bias in the vote due to differences in
class size, number of classes taught, grade distribution, etc. Announcement of
the results of the vote will be made in the early fall of 1980.
Lab instructors who do not assign final grades or instructors of zero-credit
courses are not eligible for votes. Graduate students are not to vote for any
faculty member on the basis of graduate level courses taken in which a graduate
level grade was assigned. Students should vote only for teachers from which
undergraduate grades and credit will be received.
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Richard Capwell
Herbert R. Carlton
Ernest R. Carraway
Robert Carraway
William S. Carson
Herbert Carter
Teresa Carter
kirn Cashwell
Myron L. Caspar
Joan P. Cassilly
Wilbur Castellow
Charles
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077
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0079
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0109
0110
0111
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0113
0114
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0117
0118
0119
0120
Jack k. Chamberlain
Thomas Chambliss
Beatrice Chauncey
Phillip Cheng
David Chenoweth
William G. Cherry III
Ennis Chestang
Eugene Chewning
John Childers
Deborah Chodacki
Amos Clark
Bill Clark
Jeffreys B. Clark
Donald F. Clemens
Charles E. Cliett
Frank A. Close
Michael Cobb
William H. Cobb
Charles Coble
Donna Coleman
Mark Coley
Carol B. Collins
Donald E. Collins
Joseph Collins
William H. Collins Jr.
Robert Coltrain
Rodney Compton
Clarence M. Condon
Betty C. Congleton
Donna Congleton
Joseph N. Congleton
Albert R. Conley
Jeffrey
Betty Jane Corwin
Debbie Costigan
Byron L. Coulter
Carol Cox
George S. Cox
Robert E. Cramer
John R. Crammer
John Crammer
Wesley V. Crawley
Roger L. Creech
John Cresko
Jerry Cribbs
Daniel J. Crittenden
Earl Hampton
Grumpier
0210 Charles P. Cullop
Howard Cummings
Sally B. Curry
Antonia Dalapas
Donald Dancy
George Danhires
Hal Daniel
Charlene Daniels
Frances Daniels
James F. Daniels
John W. Daniels
Susan T. Danin
M. Saeed Dar
Frances P. Daugherty
Boice N. Daugherty
Stella Daugherty
John P. Davanzo
Doris Davenport
Bob Davis
Charla Davis
Dennis C. Davis
Dean E. Davis
Graham J. Davis
Hank Davis
Kenneth J. Davis
Michael Davis
Trenton Davis
Terry Davis
0163
0164
0165
0166
0167
0168
0169
0170
0171
0172
0173
0174
0175
0176
0177
0178
0179
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0181
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0183
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0186
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0190
0191
0192
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0197
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0202
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0205
0206
0207
0208
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0239
0240
0241
0242
0243
0244
0245
0246
0247
0248
0249
0250
0251
0252
0253
0254
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0256
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0258
0259
0260
0261
0262
0263
0264
0265
0266
0267
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0269
0270
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0272
0273
0274
0275
0276
0277
0278
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0283
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0292
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0300
0301
0302
0303
0304
0305
0306
0307
0308
0309
0310
0311
Lokenath Debnath
Lokenath Debnath
S. Lokenath Debnath
Thadys J. Dewar
Arthur Diani
Robert Dick
Robert Lillard
Alota B. Dillon
Collett Dilworth
Joseph P. Distefano
Colleen Ditorio
Patricia Dix
G. Lynis Dohm
Susan V. Donaldson
Henry Doskey
Richard Double
Robert L. Dough
Frances Douglas
Paul W. Dowell
Meta Downes
Sheldon Downes
Clinton R. Downing
David Downing
Frances F. Dudley
Shirley K. Duff
Kathleen E. Dunlop
Patricia Dunn
Richard B. Dupree
Thomas Durham
William H. Durham
Mitchell L. Dutch
Otto Dystra
Elsie Eagan
Thomas F. Eamon
Rita Early
Frances Eason
John P. East
John Eatman
John D. Ebbs
Beth Eckstein
Louis Eckstein
Robert Edmiston
Sara J. Edmiston
Robert Wayne
Ed
0211
0212
0213
0214
0215
0216
0217
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0219
0220
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0222
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0226
0227
0228
0229
0230
0231
0232
0233
0234
0235
0236
0237
0238
Roberta Edwards
John C. Ellen Jr.
Grace M. Ellenberg
Pamela C. Ellis
Theodore R. Ellis III
Ray Elmore
Thomas M. Elmore
Stephen C. Engelke
L. S. English
Donald Ensley
Elmer E. Erber
Biruta Erdmann
Leonard Ernest
Michael Ernest
Nellvena Eutsler
Debbie S. Evans
George O. Evans
Louise Evans
Thomas L. Evans
Helen Everett
Lou Everett
Perry Everhart
Kathy Fahrenbruch
Alvin A. Fahrner
Marie Farr
Janice H. Faulkner
Bertie E. Fearing
Lon S. Felker
M. J. Esther Fer-
nandez
0312 Joseph A. Fernandez
Henry C. Ferrell Jr.
Rita Finnen
Janet E. Fischer
Rosemary Fischer
James D. Fix
Rhonda Fleming
Paul Fletcher
Bradford Foley
John E. Ford
Dallas Forman
Grace B. Foster
Mary M. Fowler
Charles Fox
Greysolynne Fox
Joseph Frankford
Peter H. Fricke
Wilhelm R. Frisell
Robert S. Fulghum
Frank Fuller
Pell Pulp
Eugene D. Furth
Michael Gall
Robert B. Gantt
David R. Garris
Charles Garrison
Raymond R. Garrison
0313
0314
0315
0316
0317
0318
0319
0320
0321
0322
0323
0324
0325
0326
0327
0328
0329
0330
0331
0332
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0334
0335
0336
0337
0338
0339
0340
0341
0342
0343
0344
0345
0346
0347
0348
0349
0350
0351
0352
0353
0354
William T. Gartman 0458
Patricia Garton 0459
Betty Gay 060
Helen K. Gay 0461
Robyn Gay son
Joseph Gee 0462
Nicholas Georgalis 0463
Alan C. Gibbons 0464
John Gikhrist 0465
David H. Giles 0466
Edward Glenn 0467
Selma Gokcen 0468
Thomas Goolsby 0469
Marilyn Gordley 0470
Tran Gordley 0471
Robert J. Gowen 0472
0355 Lorrayne Graff
0356 Caryl Graham
0357 Robert Graham
0358 Alice B. Granoff
0359 Dan M. Granoff
0360 Susan L. Evans
0361 Carolyn Greene
0362 Jack Gresko
0363 Edwin R. Griffith
0364 Jimmie R. Grimsley
0365 Tennala A. Gross
0366 Wm. F. Grossnickle
0367 Allen Grundy
0368 Umesh C. Gulati
0369 Anthony G. Gutierrez
0370 Steven H. Haeberle
0371 Paul W. Haggard
0372 Louise Haigwood
0373 Thomas J. Haigwood
0374 Nancy W. Hall
0375 Alan K. Halperin
0376 J. Fred Hamblen
0377 George Hamilton
0378 Louise Hamilton
0379 Sharon Ann Hamilton
0380 Albert R. Hammond
0381 Carol Dean Hampton
0382 Carolyn H. Hampton
0383 Tongsook Han
0384 Karen Hancock
0385 Arthur Haney
0386 Faye Hankins
0387 William Hankins
0388 L. Robert Hanrahan
0389 Gretchen Harding
0390 Marian Harding
0391 Rosalie Haritun
0392 Betsy Harper
0393 Cynthia Harrell
0394 Rita Harrell
0395 Charles Harrell Jr.
03 Candis Harrington
0397 Charles J. Harrington
0398 Lawrence S. Harris
0399 Nancy G. Harris
0400 Patti L. Harrison
0401 Howard Hart
0402 Paul Hartley
0403 Gerald Haskins
0404 Jim Haslup
0405 Robert L. Hause HI
0406 David Hawkins
0407 Dean H. Hayek
0408 Myree Hayes
0409 Edgar Heckel
0410 Carlton Heckrotte
0411 Ramon M. Hedges
0412 Sue Hei
0413 Lisa Heller
0414 Otto W. Henry
0415 Wiliam C. Hensel
0416 Thomas C. Herndon
0417 W. Erwin Hester
0418 James L. Higgins
0419 Debra P. Hill
0420 Helga Hill
0421 Joseph A. Hill
0422 Danny R. Hines
0423 Clyde S. Hiss
0424 James E. Hix
0425 Phil Hodges
0426 Katharine W. Hodgin
0427 Charles Hodson
0428 Susan Hofacre
0429 Donald R. Hoffman
0430 C. Tate Holbrook
0431 Norma K. Holland
0432 David Hollander
0433 William H. Holley
0434 Janet R. Holliday
0435 Laurel H. Holloman
0436 Rich Holley
0437 Caroline Holm
0438 Charlotte A. Holmes
0439 James E. Holmes
0440 Lilla Holsey
0441 Teri Holtzclaw
0442 Mathew Holynski
0443 Bettie W. Hooks
0444 Edgar W. Hooks Jr.
0445 Lori E. Hooper
0446 William R. Hoots Jr.
0447 Lawrence E. Hough
0448 Earl E. Howell
0449 Gladys D. Howell
0450 John Howell
0451 Rudalph A. Howell
0452 Monty Howie
0453 Kenneth Hubbard
0454 Keith C. Hudson
0455 James Hughes
0456 W. Garrett Hume
0457 Jerry Hunt
Marvin Hunt
Andrea Hunter
Robert J. Hursey Jr.
Jacqueline Hutcher
0473 Laura Jackson
0474 Richard Jackson
0475 Kenneth C. James
0476 Donald Jeffreys
0477 Susan L. Jeffries
0478 Evelyn W. Jenkins
0479 Lane Jennings
0480 William R. Jernigan
0481 Susan Johanson
0482 Benjamin F. Johnson
0483 F. Milam Johnson
0484 Thomas H. Johnson
0485 Douglas M. Jones
0486 Douglas R. Jones
0487 D. E. Darnel Jones
0488 Harold Jones
0489 James G. Jones
0490 Jo Ann F. Jones
0491 James Jones
0492 Miles Jones
0493 Ray L. Jones
0494 Ruth B. Jones
0495 James M. Joyce
04 Robert N. Joyner
0497 Wilton Glenn Joyner
0498 Gerard Kalmus
0499 Bernard Kane
0500 Rashida A. Karmali
0501 George J. Kasperek
0502 Sudesl Kalaria
0503 Yash Kataria
0504 Mark Katrosh
0505 Robert E. Kear
0506 Martha Keehner
0507 Jane H. Keller
0508 Norman Keller
0509 Janet Kelly
0510 Clarence M. Kelsey
0511 Larry L. Kendrick
0512 Anthony B. Kennedy
0513 Richard Kerns
0514 R. B. Keusch
0515 John C. Keyt
0516 Prabhaker C
Ivetta A. Hutchins
S. Gregory lams
Rene Joseph Immele
Michael S. Indorf
Alphonse J. Ingenito
Margaret H. Ingram
Alfred O. Inman III
Marsha Ironsmiih
Alis J. Irwin
E. Robert Irwin
Takeru Bo
0517
0518
0519
0520
0521
0522
0523
0524
0525
0526
0527
0528
0529
0530
0531
0532
0533
0534
0535
0536
0537
0538
0539
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0542
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0552
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0556
0557
0558
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0574
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Joong Ho Kim
Jung-Gun Kim
Alfred S. King
James W. Kirkland
Mary Kirkpatrick
Constantine Kledaras
Robert A. Klein
Clifford B. Knight
George Knight
David Knox
Adrienne Koehler
Dixie Koldjeski
Arthur Kopelman
Denise Korniewicz
John Kozy Jr.
Karen Krupa
Betsy Kurzinger
John Laffiteau
Richard H. Laing
Robert C. Lamb
John D. Lambeth
Deborah M. tandy
Andrew S. Lane
Gene D. Lanier
Rosina Lao
Y. J. Lao
Roman Laubert
Richard A. Lauffer
Mabel Laughter
William E. Laupus
Sarah Lauria
John S. Laurie
Desmonde F.
Donald L. Lawler
Therese Lawler
I. E. Lawrence
Thomas J. Lawson
Edward Lea
Palmyra Leahy
Shelia Leavister
Gorman W. Ledbctter
Belinda Temple Lee
Charles Lee Jr
James M. Lee
Janice Leggett
Alan Leichtling
Marion Ross Leiner
Mark Leinhass
Robert W. Leith
Donald Ray Lennon
Louise Levey
Richard Levinson
Don Lewis
Don Lewis
Lauretta Lewis
Chia-Yu Li
Edward M. Lieber
Leonard D. Lilley Jr.
Jim Lindley
Virginia Linn
John H. Linton
Joseph W. Lit ten
Monty Little
Antoinette Lloyd
Travis Lock hart
Bonita Lockwood
Amanda Loessin
Edgar Loessin
Ben Loflin
Helen Logan
William Logan
Richard D. Logue
Roy Norman Lokken
0590 Betty Long
0591 Thomas Long
0592 John D. Longhill
0593 Frank Longino
0594 Jerry Lottehos
0595 Thomas M. Louis
05 Nash Love
0597 Jean E. Lowry
0598 Barbara Luce
0599 Marilyn Lucht
0600 Richard Lucht
0601 David C. Lunney
0602 John Lutz
0603 Jarlath M. Mackenna
0604 Pamela J. Madaris
0605 John Maiolo
0606 Phyllis Z. Makuck
0607 Peter Makuck
0608 Maria B. Malby
0609 Irene Malesic
0610 Victor Mallenbaum
0611 Betty N. Manning
0612 Nannie Lee Manning
0613 Raquel Tano Manning
0614 Sarah Maresco
0615 James R. Markello
0616 Edward W.
Markowski
0617 Richard H. L. Marks
0618 Wanda Marie
Marlowe
0619 Ernest C. Marshall
0620 Charlotte M. Martin
0621 William B. Martin
0622 Inez N. Martinez
0623 Raymond Martinez
0624 C. T. Martoccia
0625 Richard S. Marx
0626 I.E. Masters
0627 James L. Mathis
0628 David Mattheis
0629 Floyd E. Mattheis
0630 Richard L. Mauger
0631 Nancy K. Mayberry
0632 Kenneth C. Mayer
0633 Warren A. McAllister
0634 Robert McCabe
0635 Bettie McClaskey
0636 Patricia D. McClcllan
0637 Mona McConnaughey
0638 Robert McCutcheon
0639 Susan G. McDaniel
0640 Charles McDonald
0641 Maylon McDonald
0642 Terence E. McEnally
0643 Patricia McGaffagan
0644 Susan McGhee
0645 Madge McGrath
0646 Virginia McGrath
0647 Martin McGuire
0648 Charles McLawhorn
0649 Walter McLendon
0650 Douglas McMillan
0651 Margaret A. McNeil
0652 Evelyn McNeill
0653 Larry W. Means
0654 Paul Mehne
0655 Zubie Metcalf
0656 Nancy R. Meyer
0657 Nina Mikkelsen
0658 Vincent Mikkelsen
0659 Dorothy Z. Mills
0660 Peggy Boyd Mills
0661 Charles C. Mitchell
0662 Herman Gus Moeller
0663 Edwin M. Monroe
0664 Charles W. Moore
0665 Charles H. Moore
0666 Miriam B. Moore
0667 Oscar K. Moore
0668 Virginia Moore
0669 Waltraud Q. Morales
0670 Clarence Morgan
0671 Carl Morgan
0672 Hazel Morgan
0673 Gerald Moriarity
0674 Estelle Morin
0675 Jean Morris
0676 Susan W. Morris
0677 R. C. Morrison
0678 Bruce Mosier
0679 John Moskop
0680 Frank W. Motley
0681 Barton J. Moyer
0682 Paul D. Moztey
0683 Alfred Muller
0684 Dorothy Muller
0685 Uwe W. Muller
0686 Frank Murphy
0687 Robert A. Muzzarelli
0688 Frank R. Myers Jr.
0689 Ellen R. Nagode
0690 Gregory Nagode
0691 Donald W. Neal
0692 Margaret Nelson
0693 Mark S. Nelson
0694 Charles G. New Jr.
0695 Phyllis G. Nichols
06 James O. Nicholson
0697 James Ntckeisen
0698 Julie A. Ntckeisen
0699 Bodo Nischan
0700 Deborah
Noltemeier
0701 Joseph Norwood
0702 Margaret Noss
0703 Thomas F. O'Brien
0704 Michael P. O'Connor
0705 George
Olrogge
0707 Willene E. O'Neal
0708 Charles W. O'Rear
0709 Lynn Orr
0710 PaulOsman
0711 Randolph Osman
0712 Gary Overton
0713 Stamford V. Overton
0714 Barbara L. Oyler
0715 John Paca
0716 Debora M. Paden
0717 Donna Padgett
0718 Lucy S. Pake
0719 Veronica S. Pantelidis
0720 Anthony J. Papalas
0721 Francoise Papalas
0722 Fred M. Parham
0723 Thomas Alan Parker
0724 Oral E. Parks
0725 James Parnell
0726 Pamela G. Parrott
0727 Herbert R. Paschal
0728 Angela B. Pate
0729 Peggy Patrick
0730 Paula Patterson
0731 Rachel L. Patterson
0732 Henry A. Peel
0733 Mary Louise Pelteiier
0734 Norman C. Pendered
0735 Sam Pennington
0736 Jean Pennucci
0737 Patricia Penovich
0738 Mallie Penry
0739 Evelyn L. Perry
0740 Marguerite A. Perry
0741 Patricia Pertalion
0742 Janet H. Petterson
0743 Betty E. Petteway
0744 Joan B. Pfeiffer
0745 D. Phelps
0746 Carolina Phillips
0747 Lidie Phillips
0748 Phil Phillips
0749 Deborah Phipps
0750 Eldean Pierce
0751 Everett Pittman
0752 Max C. Poole
0753 Walter J. Pories
0754 Ruth E. Porter
0755 Gwendolyn Potter
0756 Edward A. Potts
0757 Frederick L. Potts III
0758 Carolyn Powell
0759 Jill Powell
0760 Michael W. Powell
0761 David A. Powers
0762 Edward L. Powers
0763 Steven H. Prevatte
0764 Clinton R. Prewett
0765 Allen Price
0766 Charles Price
0767 Donald Pridgen
0768 William F. Pritchard
0769 Doris H. Pruitt
0770 Rose Pully
0771 John Pyburn
0772 William H. Queen
0773 Ben D. Quinn
0774 Mary J. Raab
0775 Spencer O. raab
0776 Frank Rabey
0777 Fred Ragan
0778 Edith Rand
0779 Richard Ransom
0780 Allen Rappaport
0781 A. Robert Rasch
0782 William H. Queen
0783 Ben D. Quinn
0784 Wiliam Rathbun
0785. Charles Ravaris
0786 George Douglas Ray
0787 Dixie Ray
0788 Mavis Ray
0789 Floyd Read
0790 E. Reep
0791 James L. Rees
0792 Kelly Reeves
0793 Jasper Register
0794 Christa Reiser
0795 Bramy Resnik
07 Buford Rhea
0797 DdeneRhea
0798 Patricia G. Rice
0800 Gary D. Richardson
0801 Gary D. Richardson
0802 John T. Richards
0803 Tim Ricks
0804 Stanley R. Riggs
0805 Ralph H. Rives
0806 Charles Rob
0807 Leon Bobbins
0808 Joy H. Roberts
0809 Patricia Robertson
0810 Joy Rogers
0811 Jeff Rollins
0812 Eliza M. Roper
0613 Jonathan Rose
0814 Ma� Ann Rose
0815 Jonathan Rose
0616 Norman Rosenfeld
0617 Vita H. RosenfeM
0818 Elizabeth Ross
0619 Gregory A. Ross
0620 Herfcert P. Rothfcdcr
0821 Troy I. Rouse
0822 Cheryl Rubtno
0823 Edward P. Ryan
0624 Eugene E. Ryan
Herbert 0825 lone Ryan
0826 Judith 5k�dler
0827 Donna Sadler-Davis
0828 Alger Salt
0829 Robert Sammons
0830 Stanley Sams
0831 F. David Sanders
0832 Gloria Sanders
0833 Gale D. Sanderson
0834 William C. Sanderson
0835 D. Satterfield
0836 John E. Satterfield
0837 Carol E. Saunders
0838 Frank W. Saunders
0839 Josephine B. Saunders
0840 Robert C. Sawyer
0841 Richard Sawyer
0842 Donald H. Sayce
0843 Thomas C. Sayetta
0844 Kelly Scarborough
0845 Donna Schafer
0846 June R. Schafford
0847 Raphael Scharf
0848 John R. Schmidt
0849 Ernest W. Schwarz
0850 Blondy E. Scott
0851 Donna E. Scott
0852 James A. Searl
0853 Nanda 5Sehga!
0854 Prem P. Sehgal
0855 Evelyn Seute
0856 Donald Sexauer
0857 Edward J. Seykora
0858 I aurel Shackelford
0859 Priscilla Shahecn
0860 Barry M. Shank
0861 Ruth G. Shaw
0862 Jannis Shea
0863 Philip Shea
0864 Moses M. Sheppard
0865 Ruby Sheridan
0866 Jessica J. Shimer
0867 Richard Shine
0868 Robert C. Shock
0869 Joe Shrader
0870 William F. Shreve
0871 Ralph Shumaker
0872 Alice Simmons
0873 Everett C. Simpson
0874 Autar Singh
0875 Preston Sisk
0876 Simon Sitterson
0877 John Skinner
0878 Kathleen A. Smiley
0879 A. Mason Smith
0880 James O. Smith Jr.
0881 W. James Smith
0882 James L. Smith
0883 Mary Dell Smith
0884 Susan T. Smith
0885 Terry Allen Smith
0886 William C. Smith
0887 Charles Snow
0888 Linda A. Snyder
0889 Scott Snyder
0890 Grant W. Somes
0891 Young-Dahl Song
0892 Malcolm H. South
0893 Gerald
Southerland
0894 Katye O. Sowell
Kent Sowers
Elizabeth Sparrow
Keats Sparrow
Dana K. Spear
Felice Spence
William R. Spicker
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Sylvene D. Spicker
Richard K. Spruill
Nell Stallings
Melvin S. Stanforth
Donald Stanley
Hazel F. Stapleton
Mark G. Starling
Hilton R. Staton
Mary Lois Staton
Marilyn Stede
Ralph H. Stcetc
Joseph F. Stcelman
Lala C. Steetman
Helen V. Steer
Edward Steers
Donald Steila
Richard Stephenson
William Stephenson
C. Wayne Stephens
E. Beth Stephenson
Charles Stevens
William N. Still
Henry Stiodt
James Stone
Mary A. Stone
Paul Strausbauch
Harvey Strickland
Alan Stults
Joanne 1- Suggs
Charks Sullivan
McKay Sundwall
James Sutton
John Swopc
Robert S. Tackcr
Cad V TadJock
MMitt Tanner
Paul Tardtf
Virginia Talc
Bar Taylor
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Mary Templeion
Patricia Terrell
Jerry V. tester
Ronald Ihiele
Francis T. Thomas
Judith M. Thomas
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Mary Thornton
Robert E. Thurber
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Ion B. Tmgelsiad
Paul Q. Topper
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Paul D. Tschetter
Carol Tucker
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Eileen Tuey
Monica Turner
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loci E. Nickers
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Christy Wadeck
Frank Wagner
Bonnie E. Waldrop
Paul E. Waldrop Jr.
William R. Walker
Relly Wanderman
Alfred Wang
Wanda Wang
Bruce V Wardrep
Linda Warner
John W arren
Bret I T. Watson
Romer Watson
William H. Waugh
James Hugh Wease
Ben F. Weaver
Florence Weaver
Helen M. Weaver
Elizabeth Webb
Edith Webber
J. Robert Weber
Donald D. Weir
Johnny W . W elborn
Oddl Welborn
Charles Westbrook
Alisa Wetherington
Elizabeth W halen
Elmer Duke Whedbee
Elizabeth White
Gladys R. White
James L. White
Kay E. White
Theodore Whit ley
Ray W ilkinson
Tilton L. Willcox
Dorothy Williams
George H. Williams
Melvin J. Williams
Richard Tate W illiams
Stephen W illiams
D. W ilms
Kenneth W ilson
Rebecca W ilson
W ilkins Bowdre W inn
James F. Wirth
James Wirth
James Wirth
Edwin M. Woll
Carol Wolfe
David W olgrtvh
George Henry W otnl
Peggy Wood
Steve J. Woodie
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David George Wcxxiy
Wallace R. Waatci.
Robert Workman
J. Scott Wodey
James Wright
Tim Wright
Mulaiu Wtthnch
Sandra WurthT longh
Mary C. Wyatt
Geneva H. Yadav
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THE EAST CAROLINIAN
FEBRUARY 21, 1980
Choose An Outstanding
Professor
From Monday, Feb. 25, until Friday, Feb. 29, ECU students will have the op-
portunity to vote for the outstanding teachers they have had for at least one
undergraduate course for credit during the fall or spring semesters of the
1979-80 school year.
The computer processed voting card can be obtained from the student's facul-
ty advisor. The student may vote for up to three undergraduate teachers and is
to assign to each nominated teacher a rating of 10 (highest), 8, or 6, depending
on the intensity of the nomination. The faculty member's four digit code
number, as given in this issue of The East Carolinian, should be used instead of
the faculty member's name. The voting card should be deposited in the voting
box in the Registrar's Office in Whichard Building, 8 a.m5 p.m during Feb.
25-29. (Students who are practice teaching will receive the voting card and this
issue from their supervisors and should return the cards by May 1 to Dr. T.C.
Sayetta, Physics Department, ECU, Greenville, N.C 27834.)
Students should bear in mind that the vote is for teachers whom they feel are
outstanding. It is not a vote to find the most popular teacher nor a vote to in-
dicate course preference. The best teachers are not necessarily the most popular
and, conversely, the most popular teachers are not the best.
The student vote will be analyzed by the Committee for Teaching Effec-
tiveness in order to minimize any possible bias in the vote due to differences in
class size, number of classes taught, grade distribution, etc. Announcement of
the results of the vote will be made in the early fall of 1980.
Lab instructors who do not assign final grades or instructors of zero-credit
courses are not eligible for votes. Graduate students are not to vote for any
faculty member on the basis of graduate level courses taken in which a graduate
level grade was assigned. Students should vote only for teachers from which
undergraduate grades and credit will be received.
0001 I uis Acevez
KX)2 Winona Ackerman
0003 Annette Adams
(KXU Barbara Adams
0005 Carl G. Adler
(XX Philip Joseph Adler
000" Mohammed Ahad
0008 R. Ajmera
0009 lames E. kers
0010 Tammie Albertson
0011 Robert R. Allen
0012 Wendall E. Allen
0013 Paul Msion
0014 Dogan Altuner
0015 Gary John Ambert
0017 lta W . Andrews
0018 Barbara C. Andrews
0019 Robert -ngell
0020 Peggy Anton
x 21 Iradj Rowshan-Araghi
0022 Nicole Aronson
0023 Phillip Arrington
0024 1 rank Arwood
0025 Andrew N. Ash
0026 Richard Athe
0021 lohn C. Atkeson
0028 Ken Aung-Din
0029 Beit) ustin
0O3P Kjv Ci. Aver)
0031 Caroline L. Avers
0032 Paul W . Avers
0033 Vickey I . Baggott
0034 Donald E. Bailey
0035 Barbara Bain
0036 Harry Baird
0037 Ira L. Baker
0038 Judy Baker
0039 Seymour Bakerman
0040 Karen Baldwin
0041 John R. Ball
0042 Hisham A. Barakat
0043 Jean Barbou
0044 John Barkand
0045 Donald W . Barnes
0046 Judy Barnes
0047 lames R. Barnes Jr.
0048 Robert C. Barnes
XU9 I Jarrett Barnhill
0050 Jose Baro
0051 Robert L. Barrett
0052 Bruce D. Barry
0053 Michael Bassman
0054 Charles Bath
0055 James W. Batten
0056 Hazel M. Batts
005" Harry Baxley
0058 James H. Bearden
0059 Cynthia L. Beck
0060 R. Frederick Becker
0061 David l. Beck man
0062 Francis P. Belcik
0063 Hey wood C. Bellamy
064 Vincent J. Bellis
065 Ruth Benedict
�hs6 Josephine D. Benfield
�7 Carlton R. Benz
9068 Lynn S. Benzing
�9 Penny Benzing
070 Ian Berger
0071 Daisy Best
072 Thomas C. Beverage
0073 Steven A. Bienstock
T4 Audrey J. Biggers
0075 George Bissinger
(XT6 Shiram Biyani
1077 Ons Blackwell
(XT8 Charles E. Bland
009 Karen Blansfield
00R0 Gay Hogan Blocker
0081 William Bloodworth
0082 Charles E. Boklage
0083 Cecilia Boklage
0084 Larry Bolen
0085 Paul Bolin
0088 C arolyn K. Bolt
0087 Catherine A. Botton
0081 Robert Lee Boone
0089 1 vnn G. Borchert
0880 John Bort
8091 John Bort
0092 Allen Bowyer
0098 Ruth Boxberger
0094 Emily S. Boycc
0095 Joseph G. Boyettc
')0 Franklin L. Bradham
0097 Robert G. Brame
0098 Dorothy M. Brandon
0099 Oscar W. Brannan
0100 Tinv Braswell
0101 Mary Jo Bratlon
0102 John T. Bray
0103 Anita Brehm
0104 Margaret Brennan
0105 Sally Brett
0106 Robert Bnce
0107 Sandra D. Bridwell
0108 Jack E. Brinn
0109 Mark Brinson
0110 Ann Brittle
0111 Frederick Broadhurst
0112 Kuth J. Broadhurst
0113 Shcsla Brooks
0114 Charles L. Broom
0115 George Broussard
0116 C. Q. Brown
0117 Ernest Brown
01IH Martin Brown
0119 Robert Brown
0120 Sylvia T. Brown
0121 Hazel Browning
0122 Lucille Browning
0123 Janet Bryan
0124 James T. Bryant
0125 Michael Bryant
0126 Gregorv Buch
0127 William C. Buchanan
0128 James Buck
0129 Manolita F. Buck
0130 Robert L. Bunger
0131 Dannv Buraczeski
0132 Robert P. Burchard
0133 Hubert W. Burden
0134 James K. Burgin
0135 Byron T. Burlingham
0136 Carol Burmeister
0137 Ravmond L. Busbee
0138 Joe Bailey Buske
0139 Alxander Bykat
0140 J. William Byrd
0141 William C. Byrd
0142 Alfred E. Byrum
0143 Myra H. Cain
0144 WWilliam Cain
0145 Walter T. Calhoun
0146 Janet Campbell
0147 James M. Campbell
0148 Peter Campbell
0149 I oren k. Campion
0150 Richard Capps
0151 Richard Capwell
0152 Herbert R. Carlton
0153 Ernest R. Carraway
0154 Robert Carraway
0155 William S. Carson
0156 Herbert Carter
0157 Teresa Carter
0158 Kim Cashwell
0159 Myron L. Caspar
0160 Joan P. Cassilly
0161 Wilbur Castellow
0162 Charles F.
Chamberlain
0163 Jack K. Chamberlain
0164 Thomas Chambliss
0165 Beatrice Chauncey
0166 Phillip Cheng
0167 David Chenoweth
0168 William G. Cherry ill
0169 Ennis Chestang
0170 Eugene Chewning
0171 John Childers
0172 Deborah Chodacki
0173 Amos Clark
0174 Bill Clark
0175 Jeffreys B. Clark
0176 Donald F. Clemens
0177 Charles E. Cliett
0178 Frank A. Close
0179 Michael Cobb
0180 William H. Cobb
0181 Charles Coble
0182 Donna Col.eman
0183 Mark Coley
0184 Carol B. Collins
0185 Donald E. Collins
0186 Joseph Collins
0187 William H. Collins Jr.
0188 Robert Coltrain
0189 Rodney Compton
0190 Clarence M. Condon
0191 Betty C. Congleton
0192 Donna Congleton
0193 Joseph N. Congleton
0194 Albert R. Conley
0195 Jeffrey
01 Betty Jane Corwin
0197 Debbie Costigan
0198 Byron L. Coulter
0199 Carol Cox
0200 George S. Cox
0201 Robert E. Cramer
0202 John R. Crammer
0203 John Crammer
0204 Wesley V. Crawley
0205 Roger L. Creech
0206 John Cresko
0207 Jerry Cribbs
0208 Daniel J. Crittenden
0209 Earl Hampton
Crumpler
0210 Charles P. Cullop
0211 Howard Cummings
0212 Sally B. Curry
0213 Antonia Dalapas
0214 Donald Dancy
0215 George Danhires
0216 Hal Daniel
0217 Charlene Danids
0218 Frances Daniels
0219 James F. Daniels
0220 John W, Daniels
0221 Susan T. Danin
0222 M. Saeed Dar
0223 Frances P. Daugherty
0224 Boke N. Daugherty
0226 Stella Daugherty
0227 John P. Davanzo
0228 Doris Davenport
0229 Bob Davis
0230 Charla Davis
0231 Dennis C. Davis
0232 Dean E. Davis
0233 Graham J. Davis
0234 Hank Davis
0235 Kenneth J. Davis
0236 Michael Davis
0237 Trenton Davis
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Collett Dilworth
Joseph P. Distefano
Colleen Ditorio
Patricia Dix
G. Lynis Dohm
Susan V. Donaldson
Henry Doskey
Richard Double
Robert L. Dough
Frances Douglas
Paul W. Dowell
Met a Downes
Sheldon Downes
Clinton R. Downing
David Downing
Frances F. Dudley
Shirley K. Duff
Kathleen E. Dunlop
Patricia Dunn
Richard B. Dupree
Thomas Durham
Wilfiarn H. Durham
Mitchell L. Dutch
Otto Dystra
Elsie Eagan
Thomas F. Eamon
Rita Early
Frances Eason
John P. East
John Eatman
John D. Ebbs
Beth Eckstein
Louis Eckstein
Robert Edmiston
Sara J. Edmiston
Robert Wayne Ed-
Roberta Edwards
John C. Ellen Jr.
Grace M. Ellenberg
Pamela C. Ellis
Theodore R. Ellis III
Ray Elmore
Thomas M. Elmore
Stephen C. Engelke
L. S. English
Donald Ensley
Elmer E. Erber
Biruta Erdmann
Leonard Ernest
Michael Ernest
Nellvena Eutsler
Debbie S. Evans
George O. Evans
Louise Evans
Thomas L. Evans
Helen Everett
Lou Everett
Perry Everhart
Kathy Fahrenbruch
Alvin A. Fahrner
Marie Farr
Janice H. Faulkner
Bertie E. Fearing
Lon S. Felker
M. J. Esther Fer-
nandez
0312 Joseph A. Fernandez
Henry C. Ferrell Jr.
Rita Finnen
Janet E. Fischer
Rosemary Fischer
James D. Fix
Rhonda Fleming
Paul Fletcher
Bradford Foley
John E. Ford
Dallas Forman
Grace B. Foster
Mary M. Fowler
Charles Fox
Grcysolynne Fox
Joseph Frankford
Peter H. Fricke
Wilhelm R. Frisell
Robert S. Fulghum
Frank Fuller
Pell Pulp
Eugene D. Furth
Michael Gall
Robert B. Gantt
David R. Garris
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Lorrayne Graff
Caryl Graham
Robert Graham
Alice B. Granoff
Dan M. Granoff
Susan L. Evans
Carolyn Greene
Jack Gresko
Edwin R. Griffith
Jimmie R. Grimsley
Tennala A. Gross
Wm. F. Grossnickle
Allen Grundy
Umesh C. Gulati
Anthony G. Gutierrez
Steven H. Haeberle
Paul W. Haggard
Louise Haigwood
Thomas J. Haigwood
Nancy W. Hall
Alan K. Halperin
J. Fred Hamblen
George Hamilton
Louise Hamilton
Sharon Ann Hamilton
Albert R. Hammond
Carol Dean Hampton
Carolyn H. Hampton
Tongsook Han
Karen Hancock
William T. Gartman 0458
Patricia Ganon 0459
Betty Gay 0460
Helen K. Gay 0461
Robyn Gay son
Joseph Gee 0462
Nicholas Georgalis 0463
Alan C. Gibbons 0464
John Gilchrist 0465
David H. Giles 0466
Edward Glenn 0467
Selma Gokcen 0468
Thomas Goolsby 0469
Marilyn Gordley 0470
Tran Gordley 0471
Robert J. Gowen 0472
Arthur Haney
Faye Hankins
William Hankins
L. Robert Hanrahan
Gretchen Harding
Marian Harding
Rosalie Haritun
Betsy Harper
Cynthia Harreli
Rita Harreli
Charles Harreli Jr.
Candis Harrington
Charles J. Harrington
Lawrence S. Harris
Nancy G. Harris
Patti L. Harrison
Howard Hart
Paul Hartley
Gerald Haskins
Jim Haslup
Robert L. Hause III
David Hawkins
Dean H. Hayek
Myree Hayes
Edgar Heckel
Carlton Heckrotte
Ramon M. Hedges
Sue Hei
Lisa Heller
Otto W. Henry
Wiliam C. Hensel
Thomas C. Herndon
W. Erwin Hester
James L. Higgins
Debra P. Hill
Helga Hill
Joseph A. Hill
Danny R. Hines
Clyde S. Hiss
James E. Hix
Phil Hodges
Katharine W. Hodgin
Charles Hodson
Susan Hofacre
Donald R. Hoffman
C. Tate Holbrook
Nor ma K. Holland
David Hollander
William H. Holley
Janet R. Holliday
Laurel H. Holloman
Rich Holley
Caroline Holm
Charlotte A. Holmes
James E. Holmes
Lilla Holsey
Teri Holtzclaw
Mathew Holynski
Bettie W. Hooks
Edgar W. Hooks Jr.
Lori E. Hooper
William R. Hoots Jr.
Lawrence E. Hough
Earl E. Howell
Gladys D. Howell
John Howell
Rudalph A. Howell
Monty Howie
Kenneth Hubbard
Keith C. Hudson
James Hughes
W. Garrett Hume
Jerry Hunt
Marvin Hunt
Andrea Hunter
Robert J. Hursey Jr.
Jacqueline Hutcher-
0473 Laura Jackson
0474 Richard Jackson
0475 Kenneth C. James
0476 Donald Jeffreys
0477 Susan L. Jeffries
0478 Evelyn W. Jenkins
0479 Lane Jennings
0480 William R. Jernigan
0481 Susan Johanson
0482 Benjamin F. Johnson
0483 F. Milam Johnson
0484 Thomas H. Johnson
0485 Douglas M. Jones
0486 Douglas R. Jones
0487 D. E. Darnel Jones
0488 Harold Jones
0489 James G. Jones
0490 Jo Ann F. Jones
0491 James Jones
0492 Miles Jones
0493 Ray L. Jones
0494 Ruth B. Jones
0495 James M. Joyce
04 Robert N. Joyner
0497 Wilton Glenn Joyner
0498 Gerard Kalmus
0499 Bernard Kane
0500 Rashida A. Karmali
0501 George J. Kasperek
0302 Sudesi Kataria
0503 Yash Kataria
0504 Mark Katrosh
0505 Robert E. Kear
0506 Martha Keehner
0507 Jane H. Keller
0508 Norman Keller
0509 Janet Kelly
0510 Clarence M. Kelsey
0511 Larry L. Kendrick
0512 Anthony B. Kennedy
0513 Richard Kerns
0514 R. B. Keusch
0515 John C. Kevt
0516 Prabhaker G.
Khazanie
0517 Joong Ho Kim
Jung-Gun Kim
Alfred S. King
James W. Kirkland
Mary Kirkpatrick
Constantine Kledaras
Robert A. Klein
Clifford B. Knight
George Knight
David Knox
Adrienne Koehler
Dixie Koldjeski
Arthur Kopelman
Denise Korniewicz
John Kozy Jr.
Karen Krupa
Betsy Kurzinger
John Laffiteau
Richard H. Laing
Robert C. Lamb
John D. Lambeth
Deborah M. Landy
Andrew S. Lane
Gene D. Lanier
Rosina Lao
Y. J. Lao
Roman Laubert
Richard A. Lauffer
Mabel Laughter
William E. Laupus
Sarah Lauria
John S. Laurie
Desmonde F.
Donald L. Lawler
Therese Lawler
I. E. Lawrence
Thomas J. Lawson
Edward Leahy
Palmyra Leahy
Shelia Leavister
Gorman W. Ledbetter
Belinda Temple Lee
Charles Lee Jr
James M. Lee
Janice Leggett
Alan Leichtling
Marion Ross Leiner
Mark Leinhass
Robert W. Leith
Donald Ray Lennon
Louise Levey
Richard Levinson
Don Lewis
Don Lewis
Lauretta Lewis
Chia-Yu Li
Edward M. Lieber-
0590 Betty Long
0591 Thomas Long
0592 John D. Longhill
0593 Frank Longino
0594 Jerry Lottehos
0595 Thomas M. Louis
05 Nash Love
0597 Jean E. Lowry
0598 Barbara Luce
0599 Marilyn Lucht
0600 Richard Lucht
0601 David C. Lunney
0602 John Lutz
0603 Jarlath M. Mackenna
0604 Pamela J. Madaris
0605 John Maiolo
0606 Phyllis Z. Makuck
0607 Peter Makuck
0608 Maria B. Malby
0609 Irene Malesic
0610 Victor Mallenbaum
0611 Betty N. Manning
0612 Nannie Lee Manning
0613 Raquel Tano Manning
0614 Sarah Maresco
0615 James R. Markello
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Olrogge
Ivetta A. Hutchins
S. Gregory lams
Rene Joseph Immele
Michael S. Indorf
Alphonse J. Ingentto
Margaret H. Ingram
Alfred O. Inman HI
Marsha Ironsmith
Alts J. Irwln
E. Robert Irwin
Takeru Ho
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Leonard D. Lilley Jr.
Jim Lindley
Virginia Linn
John H. Linton
Joseph W. Lit ten
Monty Little
Antoinette Lloyd
Travis Lock hart
Bonita Lock wood
Amanda Loessin
Edgar Loessin
Ben Loft in
Helen Logan
William Logan
Richard D. Logue
Roy Norman Lokken
Edward W.
Markowski
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0618 Wanda Marie
Marlowe
0619 Ernest C. Marshall
0620 Charlotte M. Martin
0621 William B. Martin
0622 Inez N. Martinez
0623 Raymond Martinez
0624 C. T. Martoccia
0625 Richard S. Marx
0626 L. E. Masters
0627 James L. Mathis
0628 David Mattheis
0629 Floyd E. Mattheis
0630 Richard L. Mauger
0631 Nancy K. Mayberry
0632 Kenneth C. Mayer
0633 Warren A. McAllister
0634 Robert McCabe
0635 Bettie McClaskey
0636 Patricia D. McClellan
0637 Mona McConnaughey
0638 Robert McCutcheon
0639 Susan G McDaniel
0640 Charles McDonald
0641 Maylon McDonald
0642 Terence E. McEnally
0643 Patricia McGaffagan
0644 Susan McGhee
0645 Madge McGrath
0646 Virginia McGrath
0647 Martin McGuire
0648 Charles McLawhorn
0649 Walter Mc Lend on
0650 Douglas McMillan
0651 Margaret A. McNeil
0652 Evelyn McNeill
0653 Larry W. Means
0654 Paul Mehne
0655 Zubie Metcalf
0656 Nancy R. Meyer
0657 Nina Mikkelsen
0658 Vincent Mikkelsen
0659 Dorothy Z. Mills
0660 Peggy Boyd Mills
0661 Charles C. Mitchell
0662 Herman Gus Moeller
0663 Edwin M. Monroe
0664 Charles W. Moore
0665 Charles H. Moore
0666 Miriam B. Moore
0667 Oscar K. Moore
0668 Virginia Moore
0669 Waltraud Q. Morales
0670 Clarence Morgan
0671 Carl Morgan
0672 Hazel Morgan
0673 Gerald Moriarity
0674 Estelle Morin
0675 Jean Morris
0676 Susan W. Morris
0677 R. C. Morrison
0678 Bruce Mosicr
0679 John Moskop
0680 Frank W. Motley
0681 Barton J. Mover
0682 Paul D. Mozley
0683 Alfred Muller
0684 Dorothy Muller
0685 Uwe W. Muller
0686 Frank Murphy
0687 Robert A. Muzzarelli
0688 Frank R. Myers Jr.
0689 Ellen R. Nagode
0690 Gregory Nagode
0691 Donald W. Neal
0692 Margaret Nelson
0693 Mark S. Nelson
0694 Charles G. New Jr.
0695 Phyllis G. Nichols
06 James O. Nicholson
0697 James Nickeisen
0698 Julie A. Nickeisen
0699 Bodo Nischan
0700 Deborah D.
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0701 Joseph Norwood
0702 Margaret Noss
0703 Thomas F. O'Brien
0704 Michael P. O'Connor
0707 Willene E. O'Neal
0708 Charles W. O'Rear
0709 Lynn Orr
0710 Paul Osman
0711 Randolph Osman
0712 Gary Overton
0713 Stamford V. Overton
0714 Barbara L. Oyler
0715 John Paca
0716 Debora M. Paden
0717 Donna Padgett
0718 Lucy S. Pake
0719 Veronica S. Pantelidis
0720 Anthony J. Papalas
0721 Francoise Papalas
0722 Fred M. Parham
0723 Thomas Alan Parker
0724 Oral E. Parks
0725 James Parnell
0726 Pamela G. Parrott
0727 Herbert R. Paschal
0728 Angela B. Pale
0729 Peggy Patrick
0730 Paula Patterson
0731 Rachel L. Patterson
0732 Henry A. Peel
0733 Mary Louise Pellet ler
0734 Norman C. Pendered
0735 Sam Pennington
0736 Jean Pennucci
0737 Patricia Penovich
0738 Mallie Penry
0739 Evelyn L. Perry
0740 Marguerite A. Perry
0741 Patricia Pertalion
0742 Janet H. Petterson
0743 Betty E. Petteway
0744 Joan B. Pfeiffer
0745 D. Phelps
0746 Carolina Phillips
0747 Lidie Phillips
0748 Phil Phillips
0749 Deborah Phipps
0750 Eldean Pierce
0751 Everett Pitt man
0752 Max C. Poole
0753 Waller J. Pories
0754 Ruth E. Porter
0755 Gwendolyn Potter
0756 Edward A. Potts
0757 Frederick L. Potts 111
0758 Carolyn Powell
0759 Jill Powell
0760 Michael W. Powell
0761 David A. Powers
0762 Edward L. Powers
0763 Steven H. Prevatte
0764 Clinton R. Prewett
0765 Allen Price
0766 Charles Price
0767 Donald Pridgen
0768 William F. Pritchard
0769 Doris H. Pruitt
0770 Rose Pully
0771 John Pyburn
0772 William H. Queen
0773 Ben D. Quinn
0774 Mary J. Raab
0775 Spencer O. raab
0776 Frank Rabey
0777 Fred Ragan
0778 Edith Rand
0779 Richard Ransom
0780 Allen Rappaport
0781 A. Robert Rasch
0782 William H. Queen
0783 Ben D. Quinn
0784 Wiliam Rathbun
0785. Charles Ravaris
0786 George Douglas Ray
0787 Dixie Ray
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THE EAST CAROLINIAN
Features
FEBRUARY 21. 1980 Paec 6
Saigon To ECU
Chancellor's Assistant Recalls
Days Of Vietnam "Conflict"
Col. Richard Blake
ECU Professors
Remember Draft
B MARK KF.MP
Staff Wrilcr
Well come on all you big strong
men
Uncle Sam needs your help again
He's got himself in a terrible jam
Way down yonder in Viet Nam
So put down your books and pick
up a gun
We're gonna have a whole lot o'
fun.
Joe McDonald
When Country Joe McDonald, of
The Fish, wrote these lyrics back in
15, the conflict was in Viet Nam.
It would be very easy to change Viet
Nam in the fourth line of this verse
to Afghanistan and apply the song
to the situation today. Of course the
problem now is not yet as serious as
it was in 1965 during the war. Many
students and faculty at ECU are
watching international
developments closely. Many people
are once again asking the fearful
question, "Will the draft be
reinstated?"
President Carter brought up the
possibility of reinstating draft
registration. This issue, however, is
not new to Congress. It has been
discussed for quite some time. One
major reason for possible draft
registration is, according to the
military, because our volunteer ar-
my is not working. But now, with
the situations in Afghanistan, Iran,
and around the Persian Gulf, the
registration and eventually the draft
seem even more inevitable.
Some people believe that Carter is
using international problems
overseas to boost the initiative of
the American youth toward a
stronger interest in military involve-
ment. Dr. Ernest Marshall, pro-
fessor of philosophy at ECU,
stated, "For a long time there has
been talk about reinstituting the
draft because the military has been
in trouble for some years now. The
volunteer army isn't working too
well. I think that now a lot of people
are trying to use the Afghanistan
crap as an excuse to bring back the
draft for these other reasons.
"Politically, that's shrewd: now
that people are worried about
Afghanistan we can make the move
to bring the draft back. But I think
in terms of foreign affairs it's
dangerous as hell Dr. Marshall
added that there are good reasons
for bringing back registration, but
going about it in this manner is an
"over-reaction on the part of our
government
Dr. James Leroy Smith, also a
professor of philosophy here at
ECU, was draft age during the Viet-
nam War. He said he believes there
is no legitimate reason for rein-
troducing the draft registration to
determine the current "manpower"
in the U.S.
"If it's a matter of moving
beyond that, quickly to actually
reinstituting the draft, then it seems
to me a lot more information has to
be available concerning the need for
it in order to justify a draft said
Smith. In 1967 he advocated the
anti-draft movement.
"Had I been drafted in 1968,
there's some real question in my
mind as to whether I would have
See FACULTY Page 7 Col. 1
By MARC BARNES
Senior Editor
It's a long way from a landing
field in Saigon to the office of the
assistant to the chancellor at ECU,
but former Air Force Colonel
Richard Blake seems to have made
the transition well.
Blake's office in the Spilman
Building has an decidedly un-
military look about it � room 203
looks like the aftermath of a week
of final exams in a fraternity house.
The long, walnut conference table
where Blake says he jets most of his
work done, is covered with several
layers of reports, scratch pads and
letters from parents. An ashtray and
a used coffee mug complete the ar-
rangement. No-nonsense, red
leather chairs surround the table,
and several mementos from his Air
Force days are hung on the walls
and displayed on his desk.
For Blake to wind up working for
ECU Chancellor Thomas Brewer
should come as no surprise. Blake is
a 1954 graduate of East Carolina
Teacher's College, now ECU.
During Blake's sophomore year,
the war in Korea was still going on,
and he decided to join the Reserve
Officers Training Corps. ROTC was
one way to assure a better rank than
buck private if you ended up in the
war, and it still is.
The Korean conflict ended by the
time Blake completed East
Carolina, and when he finished his
first hitch, he decided to stay with
the Air Force and become a career
Weekend Flick
officer.
It wasn't until 1962 that Blake
first saw a war from the pilot's seat,
and it wasn't supposed to have been
a war at all.
"We were having to abide by the
Geneva Accords, which were settled
after World War II. There were no
jet aircraft allowed (in Vietnam) at
the time, and we found that we were
on the threshold of violation when
we sent our planes in there.
"We took about 30 or 40 airlift
nothing. It's a pretty lasting ex-
perience to see your comrades with
rubber bladder, body bags zipped
up.
"Our country was not even sup-
posed to be at war.
"The widows of those kids back
then, the benefits they got were bas-
ed on as if a guy at Fort Bragg went
up Fort Bragg Boulevard towards
Spring lake and got killed in a
wreck. There is a big difference bet-
ween benefits of getting killed in
So we weren't even recognizing the fact that we were in v lov-
ed in any war at all. I used to fly art planes hack from Saigon to
the Phillipines with dead bodies in there, and it was mighty
lonesome. No fanfare, no nothing. It's a pretty lasting ex-
perience to see your comrades with rubber body bags zipped
up.
Our country was not even supposed to be at war. "
airplanes, and we sent in 4 or 5
planes configured to defoliate. We
operated them under the State
Department. When we went over
there, we went over there on secret
orders. My orders read 'secret train-
ing mission
"So we weren't even recognizing
the fact we were involved in any war
at all. I used to fly airplanes back
from Saigon to the Philippines with
dead bodies in there, and it was
mighty lonesome. No fanfare, no
combat � educational benefits for
the kids and all that. It wasn't until
1967 that it was changed
After Vietnam, Blake was pro-
moted to full colonel and assigned
to the Pentagon. He first served as
policy analysis advisor to former
Air Force secretary Robert
Seamons, a Nixon appointee.
As analysis advisor, Blake work-
ed primarily with appropriations
committees in the House and Senate
on policy matters, the Air Force
budget, and weapons development.
"Things really began to get smellv
during the summer of 194.
Watergate. Seamons departed, and
Nixon was having a hard time 'Hi-
ding a replacement for him "
It wasn't long before Blake
departed, leaving Washington
the campus of ECl and the
assistant to the chancellor
Blake immediately got
frav over the E I Medical Scl ool,
a fight which eventual!) led
N.C. General Assembly H .
Chancellor I merit us I co I
fought against the prejud
eastern North Carolina.
� I he east, you know,
KK) years or so, has suckt
teat. Here was what started
Lhptacc of America: the centei
commerce, the center ol l
center of art, and the ,0; u
wilderness
Now. Blake siw. �� i '�.
all. and we ain't got nothing
Ioget the Medical Schoo
at ECl . Blake and Jenkins relied on
what Blake called "missionaries
which sou tided more than a I
like lobbyists.
Blake and Jenkins found govern-
ment studies which showed that
health care in eastern N. wa
worst in the United States. Ihc
took this information to legislator
and others who could help their
cause, and the general avsemhh
decided to fund the Medical School
in 1975.
Sec BI.AKK Payc 7.ol. 6
Laughs Rule"Blazing Saddles"
By BFAL HAYS
Assistant Features Kdiior
"Alright then, would you do it
for Randolph Scott?"
Randolph Scott is just one of the
sacred cows that Mel Brooks blasts
in his satire of movies of the Old
West, "Blazing Saddles which is
featured in Mendenhall Student
Center's Hendrix Theater Friday
and Saturday night at 7 and 9
o'clock.
"Blazing Saddles" follows the
traditional pattern of Westerns: the
lawless town that needs a sheriff,
the corrupt public officials out to
make a few thousand dollars, and
the people of the town (aided by the
sheriff) defeating the bad guys.
But before the heroes ride into the
setting sun, the Old West is reduced
to sight gags, double entendre
humor, and a great deal of advanc-
ed silliness. Brooks has left few
stones unturned in his riotous inter-
pretation of the classic plot.
Cleavon Little is Bart, a railroad
worker who gets saved from hang-
ing by the town to make him sheriff
of Rockridge. Being a western town
in the tradition of the 1880's, it is
not extremely interested in having a
black sheriff. I a man- can run the railroad Km, a �uu Ban iiads m the jmI
The man responsible txar hav.ag thrawgfc Kc fhwir-Hlrv�ffffflan-uT t�fth out to he the rarest eun
Bart sent to Rockridge is Heddy is absolute!) hilarious as the slight west tor anv direction around)
Lamarr. He sends Bart to chase the prissy villain. Pecos iWCr and I utle team up in
people out of Rockridge so that Gene Wilder is great as the Waco an attempt to bring law and order to
Rockridge.
"Blazing Saddles" rounds out
side-splitting �aure with Madeline
Kahn (the enchanting I illv
I
gargantuan but dumb cowboj
Gene Wilder and Cleavon Little
in a scene from "Blazing Saddles"
When released, "Blazing Sad-
dles" was hailed as one of the fun-
niest films ever made, and it remain-
as one. Very few movies make the
audience cry with laughter, but this
one certainly can. There is absolute-
ly non-stop comedy of everv form:
slapstick, racial humor, and like all
Mel Brooks films, frame after frame
of sight gags.
"Blazing Saddles" ends with one
of the greatest fight scenes ever film
ed, and it is a fitting conclusion to a
film that will leave people laughing
all weekend.
Student Union Artwork Has
Gained National Recognition
"John Channel as Mark Twain"
By KAREN WEN DT
Features Editor
Two ECU Student Union
graphics were presented with first
place awards in the National
Graphics Competition of the Na-
tional Entertainment for Campus
Activities and Administration con-
ference held in Washington, D.C.
last week.
The two graphics, "John Chappel
as Mark Twain" and the Cof-
feehouse newspaper advertisement
were awarded the titles. No other
awards were given to the Union.
This is the first year that the Stu-
dent Union has entered the competi-
tion, and it is considered very im-
pressive for the group to have won
two first place titles.
Karen McLawhorn, Student
Union President, said she thought
the Union had done "very well" in
the competition.
Former Student Union president
Charles Sune first suggested the idea
of entering the competition.
However, he had resigned before
the awards were given.
"John Chappel as Mark Twain"
was designed by v Teresa Bice, a
sophomore communications arts
major. The design was given first
place in the one-color poster divi-
sion. One of her graphics classes
submitted attempts to the Student
Union for the project and hers was
chosen by the committee.
Craig Vosler, a senior in com-
munications arts, created the Stu-
dent Union Coffeehouse ad. It
received first place in the non-poster
division.
The award certification was
presented at the opening banquet of
the conference on Feb. 13.
At the conference, Assistant Pro-
gram Director Wanda Euhaus
presented an educational seminar on
presenting Madrigal dinners.
Bill Mandicott, coordinator of
the NECAA sent the Union two let-
ters of congratulations.
and Coffeeftottse ad
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FEBRUARY 21, 1980
Faculty Comment On Conscription
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gone to prison rather
than going to Canada,
although that's easy for
me to say looking back
on it Smith said. "1
was definitely conscien-
tiously against the war
to the extent of being
unwilling to participate
in it
Dr. Griffith, pro-
fessor of political
science at ECU, gave
his views concerning
Operas Run
This Weekend
Bv STEPHANIE K.
TIISGLER
Staff Writer
Spring semester for
the School of Music
seems to be shifting in-
to high gear as events
are scheduled for every
week (excluding Spring
Break) until mid-May.
This week-end
climaxes many weeks
of hard labor for many
as the East Carolina
Opera Theater presents
two evenings : Ibert's
Angelique (Feb. 22),
and Vaughan Williams'
Riders to the Sea (Feb.
23).
Angetique's story
line is similar to that of
Shakespeare's The
Taming of the Shrew.
ngelique is sold by her
husband after he finds
he can no longer live
under her tyranny. Un-
fortunately, she is
returned after each pur-
chase, and he finally
runs out of hope.
Angelique gets one
final offer, but we can-
not reveal His identity.
It would spoil the fun.
The title role U sung
bv Susan Owen. From
Salisbury, N.C Owen
has had several leading
roles in ECU opera
productions: Papagena
in Moart's The Magic
Flute, lolanthe in
lolanthe by Oilbert and
Sullivan, anf Tosca in
Puccini's Tc$ca.
The part of Boniface
will be sun� by Loren
Watkins bn Friday
evening and by Bill
Lear on Saturday
Watkins recently ap-
peared as Mark in the
ECU Playhouse pro-
duction "Streets of
New Yap and Lear
has held the role of Sgt.
Willis in lolanthe.
Chariot will be sung
by John Michael
McDonald, a senior in
vocal performance and
pedagogy. McDonald
has performed in La
Traviata, lolanlhe and
The Magic Flute.
Kiders to the Sea, by
Vaughn Williams, is a
modern work on the
"sailors-lost at sea"
theme. It tells of an
Irish family that has
sacrificed several of its
men to the Northern
Atlantic. This is not
Mozart or Verdi, so
don't come prepared
for "bel canto" style.
draft registration. Grif-
fith also participated in
the Viet Nam war.
"1 don't understand
why people are so
upset he said.
"Registration is cer-
tainly no threat. There
is no system established
whereby they are de-
fiantly going to take
people into the ser-
vice But many people
want to halt the situa-
tion before it gets
started.
Griffith's reply to all
this was, "Suppose that
we had gotten into arm-
ed combat with the
Soviet Union in
Afghanistan? What do
you do? Are we just go-
ing to say, 'Well, that's
it � we give up?' We
certainly don't have the
military strength
Dr. H.A.I. Sugg,
retired professor of
political science at ECU
and retired commander
in the U.S. Navy, was
also in the Vietnam
War. When asked
about the reinstitution
of draft registration,
Sugg commented, "I
think it is a wise move.
The situation of our
Armed Forces at the
present time is not
good
When questioned as
to his judgement on the
justification of the
Vietnam War, Sugg
referred to a report he
wrote in 1961.
"It essentially said
that the basic problem
within Vietnam was
primarily a civil war,
not a true aggression
from the North in the
sense that the Korean
War was. As far as the
majority of the people
themselves were con-
cerned, as I saw it, it
was really a continua-
tion of the Vietnamese
Civil War, which had
been going on for 150
years or more.
"My conclusion was
that short of a total
mobilization on the
part of the United
States, there was no
way, militarily, to solve
the problem. My
recommendation based
on this was that under
no conditions should
there be any armed
forces into Vietnam
Sugg also stated that
the anti-draft
movements in the
United States at that
time were reasonable
responses to the situa-
tion at hand. As for the
current anti-draft
movements, he stated,
"I can see why a lot of
people would object to
this. I think that there
are some fairly sound
reasons in constitu-
tional terms as well as
political terms for do-
ing so. I would say that
there are very few peo-
ple who want to go into
the armed forces if
their career objectives
lie elsewhere, especially
at a time when there is
some uncertainty as to
the degree of the pro-
blem that we're fac-
mg.
Sugg summed up his
feelings by stating that
he does disagree with
these objections based
on past experiences in
the military.
"I see real danger for
the United States
here he said.
One new committee
on campus, the Student
Caucus for Progressive
Reform, is now in the
process of organizing a
student rally on the
mall. The tentative
theme will be "Festival
of Humanitarian
Renassance It is ten-
tatively scheduled for
early spring. The draft
will be a major issue
covered in the rally.
There will be musi-
cians, artists and
speakers there to ex-
press their views on
various humanitarian
activities, such as the
opposition of the draft,
new energy sources,
political reform, etc.
Jeff Whisnant, one
of the organizers of the
committee, defined
their motives.
"Our major objec-
tive is the promoting a
non-violent society
rather than the violent
one which has grown
from man's inability to
work together.
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Blake Rembembers
Continued from Page 6
When Blake is not
overseeing business for
the chancellor, he is a
devoted husband to
wife Nana, a graduate
of UNC-Greensboro
and a schoolteacher;
and father to son
Chuck, a freshman at
ECU; daughter Susan,
a budding artist who is
in the tenth grade; and
daughter Tina, who is
in the sixth grade.
The Blakes have a
200-acre farm near
Southern Pines. The
farm originally belong-
ed to his father and
grandfather, and Blake
currently grows
vegetables on part of
the farm for his fami-
ly's use and maintains
the rest as a sort of
private wildlife
preserve.
Blake plants some
feed grains for the
wildlife to eat during
the winter months, and
he has a hired man who
tries to keep the hunters
off the land.
"I just don't think
it's right to shoot
animals
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Sports
FtBRLARY 21. 1980
Paac 8
THE EAST CAROLINIAN
Pirates Fall, 89-75
Bv CHARLES CHANDLER
Sports Editor
NORFOLK, VaAn early se-
cond half explosion catapulted Old
rDominion to a 89-75 win Over East
Carolina last night, giving the
Monarchs their 21st win of the
season. ,
Paced bv Dave Underwoods
eight points the Pirates went ahead
early d led 15-5 at the 15 minute
mark of the opening half. ECU
maintained at least an eight point
lead until late in the first half, when
the Monarchs pressure defense and
transition offense began clicking.
ODU scored eight of the last ten
points of the opening stanza to
totally erase the ECU lead and go
into the dressing room ahead 3-30
at the half. . .
The Pirates recaptured the lead
during the first two minutes of the
second half when George Maynor
connected to put them ahead 42-41.
rhis was to be the last hurrah for
the Pirates. .
ODU then went on a torrid streaK
for the next seven minutes, outscor-
ing ECU 21-2 to take a commanding
62-44 advantange. Guard Billy
Mann spearheaded the streak, scor-
ing nine points and playing scrappy
defense. .
The Monarchs, now 21-4 ana
headed for some sort of post-season
play, built the lead to a maximum ot
23 points, at 76-53.
ECU coach Dave Odom pulled
his starters with about nine minutes
remaining in the contest, evidently
seeing that the game was out ot
reach. ,
The ECU reserves, though, did as
well or better than did the starters
Tom Szymanski, a seldom-used 6-10
center, played very well and ed a
rebounders with his 10 pulls, all
coming in an 11-minute period.
Odom said following the game
that there were good and bad points
about his team's play. "We did ex-
actly what we wanted to in the first
half "he said. "Early on, I felt that
our defense was just outstanding.
Later, though, we let things get out
of hand
Odom gave two reasons tor tne
Monarch explosion. "First, our
transition defense fell down, he
said "Of their first eight breaks,
they scored on five. That's just not
good defense.
"Secondly, we became
disoriented on offense in the se-
cond Odom continued. "A few
times down the floor we got out of
our offense and tried to go at them
one-on-one. That really hurt us
The win was the second ot tne
season for the Monarchs over the
Pirates, the first being a 70-65 deci-
sion in Greenville. Odom said that
game was discussed at halftime last
"Ve talked about how they hurt us
with their transition game he said.
"We had hoped to prevent it from
happening again but it did
anyway .
The Monarchs were led, as in tne
earlier game, by senior forward
Ronr Valentine. The 6-7 All-
American scored 20 points pulled
down eight rebounds and dished oft
five assists while playing his last
home game of The Scope as a
Monarch.
Sophomore forward Ronnie
McAdoo added 16 points while Billy
Mann pitched in 14. Guard Tommy
Branch played an. excellent floor
game and led all players with eight
assists.
For the Pirates, now 14-11, only
two plavers scored in double
figures. Guard George Maynor
tallied 12 while reserve Kyle Powers
scored 11, most of which came in
the game's last ten minutes.
Sikes Succeeds With
Lady Pirate Off ens
Bv JIMMY DuPREE
Assistant Sports Editor
t
She's not as tall or famous as Old
Dominion's Nancy Lieberman, nor
as fast as N.C. Slate's Angie Arm-
strong, but East Carolina point
guard Laurie Sikes has faced both in
her short career and given them all
they could handle.
In just 28 appearances in the pur-
ple and gold, Sikes has led the ECU
fast break to 19 wins against just
nine losses, including a near miss
against the Wolfpack at Minges
Coliseum when the junior canned 24
points with long range accuracy.
'�1 needed to be hitting that
game' Sikes reflects. "1 knew we
weren't going to be able to get the
inside shots.
"Old Dominion was by tar my
best game she states positively.
"The fans up there - they're super
Their fans are there to see good
basketball and they appreicate it.
"1 was surprized when they
started coming up to us after the
aame and telling us how well we had
played, but 1 guess that's the way
they are. That made me feel good
that they respected our ability to
play against the top-ranked team in
the country
That is the only game which Sikes
has been the leading point producer,
but she has played a vital role in
every outing.
The excitable blonde twisted one
of her tender knees in an early con-
test preventing her from starting
the next game. But Sikes insisted she
was able to play, and entered the
came midway the first half.
Pirate coach Cathy Andruzzi
ordered the defense into a zone, less
demanding on the point guard,
"I told them to play zone because
1 thought it would give Laurie a bet-
ter chance commented Andruzzi
after the game. "After a couple of
minutes, Laurie came over and ask-
ed why we weren't playing man-to-
man, so I told her to go ahead. She's
a rugged ballplayer; she surprizes us
sometimes with her durability
Pain is a word Sikes has come to
know as a friend, as her surgery-
scarred knees impare even the most
common of tasks, including ascen-
ding stairways.
"It just hurts all iround from the
strain it causes Sikes offers "But
that is one of the things you have to
get used to
For Sikes, as well as the entire
team 1979-80 has been a season ot
ups and downs, and she feels that
they are just beginning to realize
their full potenial.
"As point guard, I'm supposed to
know when to slow down the fast
break and work the offense, ex-
plains Sikes. "We run the fast break
so much, I'm not sure 1 know .five
made the right decision until the
play is over
At Peace College, a two-year in-
stitution in Raleigh, Sikes averaged
14 points per game, and her tearr
depended on her production in the
scoring figures moreso than at bast
Carolina.
every game, and she's done great
against" girls up to eight inched taller
than she is,
"We haven't got any superstars.
That's one reason teams have had
such a tough time playing defense
against us - they just couldn't key
on any one player. Every
somebody else was on
It's been a long time since Sikes, a
PE major, rode her horse or riding
lawn mower to deliver a newspaper
route in I awrenceville, Fla but
much of her southern herntage still
bursts forth with every
spoken.
"1 euess I'd never fit in up
north Sikes jests, with Staten
Island, N.Y. native Andruzzi nod-
She currently averages 8.7 per
game a total of 48 steals to her credit
on defense, but her most valuable
contribution to the Lady Pirates has
been her nationally ranked 200
assists; more than either Lieberman
or Armstrong, and more than any
other player at ECU has dished out
in a career.
"I knew 1 wasn't going to score as
much here, but that was to be ex-
Mv role is to get the ball to the
player with the best shot, the
Marietta, Ga. court general ex-
plains "1 feel like I have the ability
To get the ball to different players
out on the floor so that they can
take the best shot. agreement.
-It feels good to pass the bal tc ?� scason really f,ew by
Kathy (Riley) or Lydia mree) regreUuUy Tnere were
or anyone else who s in the game Qf wc , th
because they re all such good but tn
shooters. The depth of the team tnink about all
helped us. There have been times
when you just have to have a oreaK �WeNe improVed a lot during thel
mentally if not physically. d , stiU improving
Sikes added that balance has been seaso p
the key to the Pirates' winning JjjfeJ the first two years
record. unaer Andruzzi have been exten-
"Not having any more height . of Laune
than we do, it really makes it hard to s, improvement long-
with the bigger teams.
Herb Krusen recovers
n� A1LNCAIAW Team
ECU Places Three
By JIMMY DuPREE
Assistant Sports Kditor
compete
Marcia has had tough assignments
awaited.
Fourth-seeded East Carolina
placed placed three players on the
Ml NCAIAW team, with only
champion N.C. State equalling the
"eat. . L
Senior forward Rosie Thompson
was one of only three unanimous
seletions to the elite group. Also
chosen from the Lady Pirates were
juniors Kathy Riley and Lydia
Rountree.
Other selections of the coaches in-
cluded Ronnie Laughlin, Genia
Beasley and Trudi Lacey of N.C.
State, Barb Krause and Tara Mc-
Carthy of Duke, and North
Carolina's Bernie McGlade.
Thompson leads the NCAIAW in
scoring again after having won the
title the past two seasons, bhe
recently became the all-time leading
scorer at ECU, surpassing Bobby
Hodges 2,018 points during his
career from 1950-1954. She is the
onlv player in Pirate history to tally
1,000 rebounds in her career.
The selection of Thompson, a
native of Blounts Creek, marked the
fourth time of her celebrated tenure
as a Ladv Pirate. She has been nam-
ed to the All-NCALAW Tourna-
ment Team and Clemson Invita-
tional Tournament Team twice
each The Blounts Creek native cur-
rently holds over 13 school records.
"Where do you find another
plaver like Rosie Thompson says
ECU coach Cathy Andruzzi. "A
plaver like her comes along only so
often. We're fortunate to have had
her the Dast two years
Roumree was selected after hav-
ing been ECU's second leading
scorer a vear ago and currently
ranks third among the Lady Pirates
with a 12.9 scoring average.
The Elm City native moved from
point guard to shooting guard this
season, but improved her reboun-
ding to 6.8, third best on the squad.
t s.f. Rountree relieN on -r
run down errant -hot- She K
the first plaver in lady
history to hand out 100 assists
season in the 1978-79 canpaig
totaling 109.
"Lydia adjusted well n ne
chanae o position praise; V
druzzi. "1 think it took a ot ol
pressure off of her and improved
her shooting
Rilev Came to ECU a- a trtnsfc
from Middle Tennessee S
quicklv earning a starting berth
the Ladv Pirates. Her current scor
ine average of 17.1 is second on the
team andin the state, just aheac ol
Beaslev. The Nashville. Tn. naive
brought an aggeressive element to
East Carolina, often connecting wi
jumpers from 15-20 feet out.
"Kathy Riley was a verv pkasatl
surprize to us this year -aid Ar
druzzi. "She can shoot from ou-
side, she can penetrate, -he's quick;
she has all the tools io be a grea
player
Lady Pirate Swimmers
Down Indians, Pfeiffe,
m
Pholoby KIP SLOAN
Laurie Sikes moves on opponant
By JIMMY DuPREE
Assistant Sports Editor
East Carolina's women swimmers
upped their record to 5-3 over the
weekend, defeating William and
Mary 88-52 Friday and Pfeiffer
93-38 on Saturday.
Trie Lady Pirates were favored in
both meets, but the East Carolina
coaches were cautious of William
and Mary. The Lady Bucs came out
hot however and quickly establish-
ed a 24-10 lead over the Indians in
the first four events.
The 200 medley relay team ot
Carol Shacklett, Tami Putnam,
Cindy Sailer and Lauren Grimes
established a new school record in
the opening event of the meet with a
time of 1:55.31.
Putnam and Sailer each posted a
pair of individual firsts, with Sailer
joining Shacklett, Grimes and Lon
Ross foe first in the 200 freestyle
relav
Putnam, a freshman from Plea-
sant Garden, claimed firsts in the
200 individual medley at 2:16.5
and the 100 IM with a 1:03.80. She
also claimed second in the 100
Tami Putnam
breaststroke.
Sailer, a senior from Burlington,
took top honors in the 100 butterfly
with 1:02.22 and the 50 fly at 28.22.
Shacklett came in first in the 100
free (:55.80) and second in the 100
backstroke. Ross, a versatile
Raleigh freshman, nipped Grimes
for first in the 50 free. . M
Freshman Susan Hanks claimed
Carol Shacklett
the only other ECU first, with a
time of 2:02.77 in the 200 free.
William and Mary slipped to 6-6
with the loss. The Pirate women and
men are competing in the UNC-
Wilminton Invitational today
through Saturday in thcirVinal event
before their respective regional com-
petitions.





Heiden Emerges Olympic Star
I AKF Dl Arm - M.
THEEASTCAROLINIAN FEBRUARY 21. 1980 9
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LAKE PLACID,
veteran skier. Earlier,
NY fAP cl � 'viviau �icr. earner,
with rmr, atmS AustrJan ski queen An-
iin pure power and
awesome ability, Eric
Heiden has emerged as
tne unquestioned in-
dividual star of the
1980 Winter Olympics,
an ice and snow festival
that is becoming a one-
man showcase of
brilliance for the
21-year-old from
Madison, Wise.
Heiden claimed his
third gold medal in as
many races and stayed
on target for an un-
precedented five-event
speed skating sweep,
shattering another
Olympic mark in winn-
ing the 1,000 meter test
Tuesday.
And while Heiden
dominates his events as
few athletes ever have,
these Olympics also are
developing as the Get
Even dames � one
more chance for cham-
pions to claim the gold
medals that have elud-
ed them until now.
It was super skier In-
eemar Stenmark's turn
for vindication Tues-
day, and the Swedish
star came through, cap-
turing the men's giant
slalom with a stirring
second run down
Whiteface Mountai
that propelled hiai
from third place to the
gold medal he has been
waiting four years to
claim.
Stenmark's vijlory
marked the seconc'time
this week that
Whiteface's frozen
slopes have surrendered
nemarie Moser-Proell
ended years of frustra-
tion by winning the
women's downhill race.
East Germany
dominated Tuesday's
results, claiming three
more golds and moving
into a 16-16 tie with the
Soviet Union in total
medals. The Soviets
have won seven gold
medals, the East Ger-
mans six. The United
States has three gold
medals, five total.
Austria has three gold,
six total.
Tuesday's East Ger-
man golds went to
veieran Ulrich Wehl-
ing, who captured his
thircf straight Olympic
Nordic Combined
crown, Frank Ullrich in
the 10-kilometer
biathlon and Hans Riin
and Norbert Hahn,
bined and Austria's
Hans Enn claiming the
bronze with a two-heat
total of 2:42:51. Phil
Mahre was the top
American finisher in
10th place with a com-
bined 2:44:33. His twin
who successfully psyched as I should
defended their two- have been,
mar luge title. "You know going in-
The ice dancing gold to the race that it's go-
medal was won by the ing to hurt. You know
Soviets' world cham- you have to overcome it
pions, Natalia Linichuk
and Gennadi Kar-
ablt1ies "That's what we're many risks
All but flying over waiting for the Stenmark's combin-
tne speed skating oval, Norwegian skater said, ed time was 2-40-74
Heiden blazed to a time "There's no excitement with Wenzel taking the
o 1 minute, 15.18 to racing now. The silver in 2:4149 com
seconds for the 1,000, medals are delivered
well under the Olympic before the races are
record of 1:19:32 set by won
his teammate, Peter Like Heiden, Sten-
Mueller, in 1976. Silver mark has been pointing
medalist Gaetan to these Games for
Boucher of Canada some time, searching
finished a full 1 Vi for Olympic revenge.
seconds behind Heiden In 1976 at Innsbruck, brother, Steve, was Vied
at 1:16:68. Frode Roen- Stenmark, then 19, was for 15th in 2:44:94
rung of Norway and the gold medal favorite Wehling completed
Vladimir Lobanov of but managed only a his third consecutive
the Soviet Union disappointing bronze in gold medal perfor-
shared the bronze the giant slalom. That mance in the Nordic
medal at 1:16:91. gave him four years to Combined, finishing
Mueller was fifth in prepare for Lake Placid with 432.200 points in
ln- and the gold he missed the gruelling event
It looked easy, but it the first time around,
wasn't, said Heiden. This time, he got it.
f "It's getting harder Stenmark, who has
and harder to get won an amazing 14
prepared for each consecutive World Cup
race he American giant slaloms, captured
the Olympic race by
three-quarters of a se-
cond over Andreas
Wenzel of Liechtens-
tein, the first heat
leader. And, as he has
in 10 of those World
Cup races, Stenmark
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The silver went to
Juoko Karjakainen of
Finland with Konrad
Winkler of East Ger-
many claiming the
bronze, just as he did in
Pitt Plaza
Shopping Center
Innsbruck four years
ago.
American
Malmquist,
after the ski
portion.
Walter
second
jumping
Jazz
MONDAY
which consists of a
70-meter ski jump one
day followed by a
15-kilometer cross
country race the next.
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Olympic gold to a
and Andras Sallay of
Hungary. Irina
Moiseeva and Andrei
Minenkov of the Soviet
Union took the bronze
medal.
Heiden and Sten-
mark were decisive win-
ners in their events,
overwhelming the op-
position with perfor-
mances that were at-
tributes to their
So far, Heiden's
powerful legs have
delivered golds at 500,
1,000 and 5,000 meters.
Still ahead are the
1,500-meter race
Thursday and the
10,000-meter on Satur-
day. Then Heiden, a
four-time world cham-
pion, may turn to other
pursuits. Roenning, for
one, hopes so.
myself in a
I shouldn't
have said Stenmark,
who had trailed Wenzel
by 32 hundredths of a
second after the first
heat on Monday. "It
was a quite difficult
course and I didn't race
as well as I would have
liked. You had to make
a decision before every
gate on whether to at-
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through the gate. In the
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THE EAST CAROLINIAN
FEBRUARY 21, 1980
Celtics Eye
7-4 Sampson
BOSTON (AP) �
The Boston Celtics' ar-
dor for college centers
Joe Barry Carroll and
Mike Gminski has cool-
ed and they now are
looking warmly at
7-foor-4 freshman
Ralph Sampson as they
contemplate the basket-
ball draft, says team
vice president Jeff
Cohen.
Although they have
the best record in the
National Basketball
Association, the Celtics
could end up with the
Since the Pistons have
an excellent chance to
finish with the worst
record in the Eastern
Conference, one of
those choices could be
the first in the entire
draft.
Seeking a
dominating center who
eventually would take
over for Dave Cow ens,
the Celtics at first eyed
Purdue's Carroll and
Duke's Gminski.
"But they haven't
been playing that well
recently and we might
top pick of the college decide to go for Samp-
crop in the June draft, son (of Virginia) if he
As compensation for
Bob McAdoo, Boston
got M.L. Carr and
Detroit's two first-
round draft choices.
declares hardship
Cohen said Tuesday.
"Sampson is obviously
the answer for us. He
gives us the future
Pirate Baseball Slate Set
Mike Gminski
East Carolina's
baseball team will play
a 39-game schedule this
spring which includes
22 appearances at. Har-
rington Field on the
:ampus.
The Pirates, 25-19 a
year ago, will open the
season at home with a
double-header against
N.C. State on Mar. 5 at
1 p.m. The first seven
games of the year will
oe at home as Rich-
mond and Connecticut
follow the Wolf pack to
Greenville.
The .night home
opener will be against
North Carolina on
Apr. 3 at 7:30 p.m.
East Carolina will
return visits to N.C.
State on Mar. 27 for
another double-header.
Conference members
Maryland and Virginia
and Independent power
South Carolina are also
included on the slate.
The top returning
batter for the Pirates in
1980 is right field
Macon Moye who con-
nected for a .342
average. Pitcher
Mickey Britt returns
with a 24-11 career
record and a 2.69 earn-
ed run average over
three years.
The Pirates will play
under the guidance of
first-year coach Hal
Baird, an assistant
coach the past three
seasons
Carolina.
The
schedule:
March
for East
complete
N.C
STATE (2); 7, RICH-
MOND; 8, RICH
MOND (I p.m.);
8,CONNECTICUT (4
p.m.); 9, CONNEC
TICUT; 10, CONNEC-
TICUT; 12, at UNC-
Charlotte (2); 13, at
Davidson; 14, at South
Carolina; 16,
VIRGINIA; 19, at
William and Mary; 21,
at Vireinia; 22, at Rich-
mond? 23, OHIO; 27,
at N.C. State (2); 29, at
Virginia Com-
monwealth (2); 30,
FAIRFIELD;
April: 2, FAIR-
HELD; T, NORTH
CAROLINA; 8, at
C ampbell; 10. at North
Carolina; 12,
MARYLAND; 13, at
UNC-Wilmington; 14,
at UNC-Wilmington;
l9 at UNC
ViLMINGTON; 20.
UNC WILMINGTON;
22 at Atlantic Chris-
tian (2); 23 N.C.
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LAKE PLACID, N.
Y. (AP) � Dianne
Holum is an interna-
tional oddity. People
stare at her in awe and
trade whispers when
she surfaces in Oslo,
Stockholm and other
capitals of Europe
where speed skating is
more than a fad 8 it's a
religion.
She is a woman in a
man's world, the only
female coach of a na-
tional speed skating
team and, in these XIII
Winter Olympic
Games, mentor,
counselor and house
mother to the greatest
nale speed skater of
all-time.
Eric Heiden refuses
to find it either unique
or uncomfortable.
"People are always
asking me, 'Is it true
you've got a woman
coach1 he says. "I
say, 'Sure, I wouldn't
be where I am without
her She's terrific.
"If it weren't fot
Dianne, I'd probably
be playing ice hockey
or doing something
else
Heiden, 21, who
looks like something
out of Star Trek movie
in his skin-tight gold
suit, is embarked on a
gold medal odyssey un-
paralleled in Winter
Olympic history. He's
won his first three and
is going on Nos. 4 and
5.
And in the wings,
always, is Dianne
Holum, a petite young
lady of 26, herself win-
ner of a gold and three
other medals in the
Olympics, the prime ar-
chitect and motivator
behind the "Golden
Boy" who has made
these the "Heiden
Olympics
"Every time Eric
wins or Beth (Eric's
kid sister) or any other
of my pupils 8 I feel a
little bit of me being
poured into the race
she says. "It is ex-
hilerating but it also
consuming.
"This will be my last
year
It is ironic that
Dianne has chosen as
her valedictory the mo-
ment of her greatest
triumph as a coach. She
the same without her.
Attired in the official
red, white and blue
snow suit, her long
dark hair hanging to
her shoulders from
beneath a white fur hat,
she has been a striking
figure at rink.side,
guiding Heiden and her
other proteges around
could have the speed the track with the preci-
skating world at her sion of an airplane
fingertips. navigator.
"I must seek a life of She lives with a stop
my own while I am still
young she says, em-
phasizing that the
World Speed Skating
Championships in
Holland early next
month will be her
farewell to the sport.
"I am tired of travel-
ing airports, packing
and unpacking suit-
cases, the long periods
of training, endless
demands. 1 must settle
down to something less
hectic. I probably will
get into teaching
The sport cannot be
watch in one hand. As
her skater glides over
the track, she gives
hand signals " a la a Leo
Durocher at third base '
to regulate the speed.
"She knows exactIv
what I am capable ol
doing says Heiden.
referring to Holum's
regulation of his lap
times. "I have full con-
fidence in her
Once the race is run
and won Dianne ap-
pears uncomfortable
with the traditional re-
quisites that follow
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the TV interviews, the
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sqealing teen-age ad-
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She repeatedly looks
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train is leaving the sta
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dly assess every ques-
tioner. She appears
austere and aloof. It is
a deceptive picture.
Outside her official co-
coon, she is bright, per-
sonable, sensitive. She
is no feminine Captain
Bligh.
"You can't crack the
whip with these kids
she says. "You have to
keep them fresh and in-
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radio station, on
Thursday evening at
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THE EAST CAROLINIAN FEBRUARY 21. 1980 11
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Registration Schedule
ACCT (Accounting) - 01
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Financial Acct (MWF 8:00) (3)
Financial Acct (MWF 8:00) (3)
Financial Acct (MWF 9:00) (3)
Financial Acct (MWF 10:00) (3)
Financial Acct
Financial Acct
Financial Acct
Financial Acct (MWF 2:00)
Financial Acct (MWF 3:00)
Financial Acct
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Financial Acct
(MWF 11:00) (3)
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(MWF 9:00) (3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
Financial Acct (TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
Financial Acct (TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
Financial Acct (TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
(TTh 12:30-2:00) (3)
(MWF 11:00) (3)
Financial Acct (MWF 1:00) (3)
Managerial Acct (MWF 8:00) (3)
Managerial Acct
Managerial Acct
Financial Acct
Financial Acct
(TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
(TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
Managerial Acct (TTh 12:30-2:00) (3)
Managerial Acct (TTh 12:30-2:00) (3)
Managerial Acct (TTh 2:00-3:30) (3)
Managerial Acct (MWF 9:00) (3)
Managerial Acct (MWF 10:00) (3)
Managerial Acct(MWF 12:00) (3)
Managerial Acct (TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
Inter Acct I (TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
Inter Acct I (MWF 12:00) (3)
Inter Acct I (MWF 12:00) (3)
Inter Acct II (MWF 3:00) (3)
Advanced Acct I (MWF 10:00) (3)
Auditing (MWF 1:00) (3)
Auditing (TTh 2:00-3:30) (3)
Cost Acct (MWF 11:00) (3)
Cost Acct (TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
Income Tax I (MWF 2:00) (3)
Income Tax I (MWF 1:00) (3)
Income Tax I (MWF 3:00) (3)
Controllership (MWF 1:00) (3)
Income Tax II (TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
Acct for Dec Mkg (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Acct Theory (TBA) (3)
Mgt Inform Syst (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
AERO (Aerospace Studies) - 02
02 1100 1 US Mil Fes Con World (T 9:30) (1)
02 1100 2 US Mil Fes Con World (T 11:00) (1)
02 1101 1 Corps Training (T 12:30) (1)
02 1101 2 Corps Training (TBA) (1)
02 2200 1 The Dev of Air Power (Th 9:30) (1)
02 2200 2 The Dev of Air Power (Th 11:00) (1)
02 2201 1 Corps Training (T 12:30) (1)
02 2201 2 Corps Training (TBA) (1)
02 3300 1 Air Force Leadership (MWF 9:00) (3)
02 3300 2 Air Force Leadership (MWF 10:00) (3)
02 3301 1 Corps Training (T 12:30) (1)
02 3301 2 Corps Training (TBA) (1)
02 4400 1 Natl Secur Forces (MWF 11:00) (3)
Q2 4400 2 Natl Secur Forces (MWF 12:00) (3)
02 4401 1 Corps Training (T 12:30) (1)
02 4401 2 Corps Training (TBA) (1)
ANTH (Anthropology) - 03
03 1000 1 Intr Anth (MWF 9:00) (3)
03 1000 2 Intr Anth (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
03 1000 3 Intr Anth (MWF 10:00) (3)
03 1000 4 Intr Anth (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
0X1OOO 5 intr Anth (TTh 12;30-1:45) (3)
03 1000 6 Intr Anth (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
03 2010 1 Societies, World (MWF 9:00) (3)
03 2010 2 Societies, World (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
03 3005 1 N Amer Indians (MWF 9:00) (3)
03 3006 1 Peoples of Latin Amer (TTh 2:00-3:15)
03 3101 1 Mesoamerican Prehist (MWF 11:00) (3)
03 4253 1 Social Anth (MWF 11:00) (3)
03 4500 1 Indept Study (TBA) (3)
03 5250 1 Culture & Personality (MWF 10:00) (3)
Jy special permission of Instructor and approval of �
departmental chairman.
ART (Art) - 04
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(MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
(TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
(TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
(TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
(MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
(TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
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(MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
Design (TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
Design (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
(MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
(MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
(TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
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(TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
(MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
Design (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
Design (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
3-D Design (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
3-D Design (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
3-D Design (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
3-D Design (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
3-D Design (MW 3:00-5:00) (3)
(TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
(TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
(TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
(TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
(TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
Drawing (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
Drawing (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
(TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
(TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
Figure Drawing (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
Figure Drawing (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
Figure Drawing TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
Figure Drawing (TTh 10;00-12:00) (3)
Figure Drawing (TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
Intera Fig Draw (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
Intern Fig Draw (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
ics Survey (TTh 10:00-12:00; F 11:00)(3)
(TTh 1:00-3:00; F 2:00) (3)
Metal (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
Metal (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
Intro to Textiles (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
Intr to Textiles (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
Print Sumy (TTh 8:00-10:00; F 9:00) (3)
Print Survey (TTh 10:00-12:00;F 11:00) (3)
Print Survey (TTh 1:00-3:00;F 2:00) (3)
Sculpture Survey (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
Sculpture Survey (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
Art Hijst Survey (MWF 10:00) (3)
Art Hist Survey (MWF 1:00) (3)
Art Appracietion (TTh 9:00) (2)
Art Appreciation (TTh 10:00) (2)
Art Appreciation (TTh 11:00) (2)
Art Appreciation (TTh 1:00) (2)
Ceramics Studio I (TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
Ceramics Studio II (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
Observation (F 12:00) (1)
Intro to CoArt (MW 8:00-10:00; P 8:00) (3)
Intro to Com Art (MW 10:00-12:00; F 10:00)(3)
tro to Cos Art (TTh 6:00-10:00; F 9:00) (3)
tro to Com Art (TTh 10:0�-12:OOjF 11:00)(3)
tro to Cos Art (MW 1:00-3:00; F 1:00) (3)
Design I (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
Ceraa
Ceramics Survey
Intro to Wood &
Intro to Wood &
Course numbers are
SCHEDULE SHOULD IKCL
NUMBER�FOR EXAMPLE
INCLUDE DEPARTMENTAL
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04 2306
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Weaving Design I (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
Fabric Design I (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
Jewelry Design II (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
(TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
(TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
II (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
Weaving Design II (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
Jewelry Design III (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
Interior Planning (MWF 3:00-5:00) (3)
Painting Mater & Meth (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
Painting Mater & Meth (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
Painting: Comp (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
Print Studio I (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
Print Studio II (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
Sculpture Studio I (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
Sculpture Studio II (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
Descriptive Drawing (MW8:00-10:00) (3)
Descriptive Drawing (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
Descriptive Drawing (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
Descriptive Drawing (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
Art of Middle Ages (TTh 9:30-10:50) (3)
Ceramics Studio III (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
Ceramics Studio IV (TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
Ceramics Studio V (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
Typography (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
Typography (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
Photography I (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
Photography I (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
Illustration I (MW 3:00-5:00) (3)
Wood Design III (TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
Weaving Design III (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
Fabric Design III (MW 3:00-5:00) (3)
Jewelry Design IV (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
Interior Probs I (MWF 1:00-3:00) (3)
Interior Probs I (MWF 1:
Interior Materials (MWF 11:00)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Prob in Fig Drawing (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
Drawing Media & Tech (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
Painting: Watercolor (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
Painting: Watercolor (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
Painting: Studio I (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
Painting: Studio I (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
Figure Painting (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
Paint Studio II (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
Studio III (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
Studio IV (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
Studio IV (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
V (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
Art in Elem Sch (MWF 10:00-12:00) (3)
in Elem Sch (MWF 1:00-3:00) (3)
Art in Elem Sch (MWF 1:00-3:00) (3)
Art in Elem Sch :h 1:00-3:30) (3)
Art in Elem Sch (TTh 1:00-3:30) (3)
Art in Elem Sch (MWF 1:00-3:00) (3)
Participation (M 4:00-5:30) (1)
Participation (W 4:00-5:30) (1)
Participation (Th 4:00-5:30) (1)
(Th 10:00-12:00) (3)
(TBA) (3)
in Art (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
(TBA) (3)
(TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
(TBA) (3)
Ceramics Studio VI (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
Ceramics Studio VII (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
Ceramics Studio VIII (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
Graphic Design II (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
Photography II (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
Illustration II (TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
Wood Design IV (TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
Weaving Design IV (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
Fabric Design IV (MW 3:00-5:00) (3)
Art in Second Sch (TTh 8:00-10:00;F 9:00)
(3)
Interior Probs II (MWF 3:00-5:00) (3)
Interior Systems'(MWF 11:00) (3)
Advanced Painting (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
Advanced Painting (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
Print Studio V (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
Print Studio VI (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
Print Studio VII (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
Print Studio VIII (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
Print Studio IX (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
Sculp Studio VI (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
Northern Renaissance (MWF 1:00) (3)
20th Cent Paint & Sculp (MWF 11:00) (3)
20th Cent Archit (MWF 9:00) (3)
Seminar in Art Hist (TTh 1:00-2:20) (3)
Ceramics Studio IX (TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
Ceramics Studio X (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
Metal Design Studio (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
Wood Design Studio (TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
Weaving Design Studio (TTh 8:00f10:00) (3)
Fabric Design Studio (MW 3:00-5:00) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Interior Probs IV (MWF 1:00-5:00) (6)
Advanced Drawing (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
Print Studio X (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
Sculp Studio VIII (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
Probs in Ceramics (MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
Probs in Com Art (TBA) (3)
Probs in Design (TBA) (3)
Probs- in Metal Design (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
Probs in Wood Design (TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
Prob in Weav Des (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
Prob in Fabric Des (MW 3:00-5:00) (3)
Prob in Metal Des (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
Prob in Wood Des (TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
Prob in Weav Des (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
Prob in Fabric Des (MW 3:00-5:00) (3)
Prob in Wood Des (TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
Prob in Weav Des (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
Probs in Drawing (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
Probs In Painting (MW 3:00-5:00) (3)
Probs in Printmaking (MW 10:00-12:00) (3)
Prob in Sculp '(MW 1:00-3:00) (3)
Hist & Phil of Art Educ (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Northern Renaissance (MWF 1:00) (3)
20th Cent Paint & Sculp (MWF 11:00) (3) �
20th Cent Archit (MWF 9:00) (3)-
Research in Art Hist (TTh 1:00-2:20) (3)
Seminar in Art Hist (V 7:00-10:00) (3)
Thesis Seminar (TBA) (3)
Thesis Seminar (TBA) (3)
Internship in Art
Internship in Art
Internship
Internship in Art
Internship in Art
Internship in Art
BIOL (Biology) - 09
09 1050
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09 1050
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-Prin
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Biol I (MWF 8:00) (3)
Biol I (MWF 8:00) (3)
Biol I (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
Biol I (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
Biol I (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
Biol I (MWF 9:00) (3)
Biol I (MWF 9:00) (3) ,
Biol Z (MWF 9:00) (3)
Biol I (MWF 10:00) (3)
Biol I (MWF 10:00) (3)
Biol I (MWF 10:00) (3)
Biol Z (MWF 11:00) (3)
Biol I (MWF 11:00) (3)
Biol Z (MWF 11:00) (3)
Biol I (MWF 1:00) (3)
Biol Z (MWF 1:00) (3)
Biol I (MWF 1:00) (3)
Biol I Lab (M 11:00-2:00) (1)
Biol I Lab (M 2:00-5:00) (1) '
Biol Z Lab (T 8:00-11:00) (1)
Biol 1 Lab (T 11:00-2:00) (1)
Biol I Lab (T 2s09-5$00) (1)
Biol Z Lab (V 11:00-2:00) (1)
Biol I Lab (V 2:00-5:00) (1)
Biol Z Lab (V 6:30-9!30) (1)
Biol I Lab (Th �:00-11:00) (1)
Biol I Lab (Th 11:00-2:00) (1)
Bid 1 Lab (Th 2:00-5:00) (1)
Biol I Lab (Th 6:30-9:30) (1)
Biol I Lab (F 11:00-2:00) (1)
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Lab
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Prin Biol
Prin Biol
Prin Biol
Prin Biol
Prin Biol
Prin Biol
Prin Biol
Prin Biol
Prin Biol
Prin Biol
Prin Biol
Prin Biol
Prin Biol
Prin Biol
Prin Biol
Prin Biol I Lab
Prin Biol I Lab
Prin Biol
Lab
Lab
Lab
Lab
(M 11:00-2:00) (1)
(M 2:00-5:00) (1)
(T 8:00-11:00) (1)
Lab (T 11:00-2:00) (1)
Lab (T 2:00-5:00) (1)
Lab (W 11:00-2:00) (1)
(W 2:00-5:00) (1)
(Th 8:00-11:00) (1)
Lab (Th 11:00-2:00) (1)
Lab (Th 2:00-5:00) (1)
Lab (F 11:00-2:00) (1)
Lab (M 11:00-2:00) (1)
Lab (M 2:00-5:00) (1)
(T 8:00-11:00) (1)
(T 11:00-2:00) (1)
(T 2:00-5:00) (1)
(T 6:30-9:30) (1)
Lab (W 11:00-2:00) (1)
Prin Biol I Lab (W 2:00-1.00) (1)
Prin Biol I Lab (Th 8:00-11:00) (1)
Prin Biol I Lab (Th 11:00-2:00) (1)
Prin Biol I Lab (Th 2:00-5:00) (1)
Prin Biol I Lab (F 11:00-2:00) (1)
Environ Biol (TTh 10:00-12:00) (4)
Environ Biol (TTh 10:00-12:00) (4)
(TTh 10:00-12:00) (4)
(T 2:00-5:00) (1)
(W 2:00-5:00) (1)
Environ Biol Lab (Th 2:00-5:00) (1)
Gen Botany (MTThF 12:00) (5)
Gen Botany (MTThF 12:00) (5)
Gen Botany Lab (M 2:00-5:00) (0)
Gen Botany Lab (T 2:00-5:00) (0)
Gen Botany Lab (W 2:00-5:00) (0)
Gen Zoology (MTThF 1:00) (5)
Gen Zoology (MTThF 1:00) (5)
Gen Zoology Lab (M 2:00-5:00) (0)
Gen Zoology Lab (T 2:00-5:00) (0)
Gen Zoology Lab (W 2:00 5:00) (0)
Gen Zoology Lab (Th 2:00-5:00) (0)
Fund Microbiology (MW 3:00) (4)
Fund Microbiology (MW 3:00) (4)
Fund Microbiology (MW 3:00) (4)
Fund Microbiol Lab (TTh 8:00-10:00) (0)
Environ Biol
Environ Biol Lab
Environ Biol Lab
Fund Microbiol Lab
Fund Microbiol Lab
(MW 8:00-10:00) (0)
(MW 10:00-12:00) (0)
Fund Microbiol Lab (TTh 12:00-2:00) (0)
Fund Microbiol Lab (TTh 12:00-2:00) (0)
Fund Microbiol Lab (TTh 2:00-4:00) (0)
Fund Microbiol Lab (MW 4:00-6:00) (0)
Fund Microbiol Lab (TTh 4:00-6:00) (0)
Fund Microbiol Lab
Fund Microbiol Lab
Fund Microbiol Lab
Hu Phys and Anat
Hu Phys and Anat
Hu Phys and Anat
Hu Phys and Anat
Hu Phys and Anat
(TTh 4:00-6:00) (0)
(MW 12:00-2:00) (0)
(MW 4:00-6:00) (0)
(MTThF 9:00) (4)
(MTThF 9:00) (4)
(MTThF 10:00) (4)
(MTThF 10:00) (4)
(MTThF 11:00) (4)
Hu Phys and Ant (MTThF 11:00) (4)
Hu Phys Anat Lab (T 8:00-11:00) (1)
Hu Phys Anat Lab (Th 8:00-11:00) (1)
Hu Phys Anat Lab (W 8:00-11:00) (1)
Hu Phys Anat Lab (Th 11:00-2:00) (1)
(T 11:00-2:00) (1)
(W 11:00-2:00) (1)
(Th 2:00-5:00) (1)
Hu Phys Anat Lab
Hu Phys Anat Lab
Hu Phys Anat
Lab
Hu Phys Anat Lab (T 2:00-5:00) (1)
Hu Phys Anat Lab (W 2:00-5:00) (1)
Field Botony (T 12:00-2:00) (4)
Field Botony Lab (Th 1:00-5:00) (0)
Field Zoology (MWF 10:00) (4)
Field Zoology Lab (M 2:00-5:00) (0)
Field Zoology Lab (W 2:00-5:00) (0)
Cmll Phy� (TXh l:3gdUA� (4)
Cell Phys Lab (M 2:00-5:00) (0)
Cell Phys Lab (W 2:00-5:00) (0)
Honors (TBA) (1)
Comp Vert Anat (TTh 9:00) (4)
Comp Vert Anat Lab (TTh 2:00-5:00) (0)
Microbiol (TTh 8:00) (4)
Microbiol Lab (TTh 10:00-12:00) (0)
Microbiol Lab (TTh 10:00-12:00) (0)
Res. Prob Biol (TBA) (2)
Res Prob Biol (TBA) (2)
Honors (TBA) (2)
Invert Zoology (KUT 11:00) (4)
Invert Zoology Lab (Th 2:00-5:00) (0)
Phycology (MWF 10:00) (4)
Phycology Lab (Th 2:00-5:00) (0)
Ecology (MWF 9:00) (4)
Ecology Lab (M 2:00-5:00) (0)
Ecology Lab (T 2:00-5:00) (0)
Prin Biol II (TTh 1:00) (2)
Pria Biochem I (MWF 11:00) (4)
Prin Biochen I Lab (T 2:00-5:00) (0)
Prin Biochem I Lab (Th 2:00-5:00) (0)
Internship (TBA) (1)
Seminar (TBA) (1)
Estuarine Ecology (T 2:00-4:00) (2)
Topics Cell Biol (MWF 9:00) (3)
Res Prob Biol (TBA) (2)
Res Prob Biol (TBA) (2)
Intro Research (M 7:00-9:00) (2)
Internship (TBA) (1)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Residence (TBA) (0)
BLED (Business Education & Office Ministration) - 11
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Begin Typewriting (MTThF 11:00) (2)
Intern Typewriting (MTThF 10:00) (2)
Adv Typewriting (MTThF 2:00) (2)
Intro To Data Procesg (TTh 9:00) (2)
Intro To Data Procesg (TTh 8:00) (2)
Begin Shorthand (MTThF 9:00) (3)
Intern Shorthand (MTThF 1:00) (3)
Intro To Transcription (TTh 12:00) (2)
Early Experience for Pros Teachers (T)
(5:00) (1)
Bus Tech I Reprog (TTh 10:00) (2)
Bus Tech II Off Mach (TTh 2:00) (2)
Applied Typewriting (MWF 1:00) (2)
Bus Communications (MWF 8:00) (3)
Dist Tech I: Mdsg (MWF 2:00) (3)
Adv Shorthand (MTThF 10:00) (3)
Ofc Sim & Wrd Procesg (MWF 12:00) (3)
Ada Management (MWF 9:00) (3)
Intern Sup Wk Exp (TBA) (1)
Intern Sup Wk Exp (TBA) (1)
Intern Sup Wk Exp (TBA) (1)
Intern Sup Wk Exp (TBA) (1)
Diet Tech II: Promotion (MWF 9:00) (3)
Sec Procedures (MWF 1:00) (3)
MM of Teh Bus Subj (ALL 828-103 2:00-
5:00) (3)
Mid Grades Occ Expl in Dist & BU5D
(T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Seminar: Buying (MWF 11:00) (3)
Seminar: Credit Mgnt (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Areas of Dist: Inat (Th 6:30-4:30) (3)
Prob in BUED: Typewriting (V 6:30-t:30)(3)
IX6D WITH A TW0-DI6I? DEPARTMENTAL' CODE, COURSES LISTED ON THE TRIAL CLASS
THE APPROPRIATE ABBREVIATION, DEPARTMENTAL CODE COURSE NUMBER AND SECTION
t 01 zfttL Section 01, Courses listed on the pre-registratjon form should
I COURSE NUMBER AND SECTION NUMBER.
BUSA (Business Administration) -12
12 2002 1 Intro to Buainees (MWF 9:00) (5)
12 2002 2 Intro to Business (MWF 10:00) (3)
12 2002 3 Intro .to Business (TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
12 2002 4 Intro to Business (TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
12 2242 1 Legal Eavlr Bcsinaas (MWF 8:00) (3)
12 2242 2 Legal Bavftx Business (Iff? 8:00) (3)
12 2242 3 Legal S&vlr ���twill (MWF 9:00) (3)
12 2242 4 Legal Eavlr Business (MWF 9:00) (3)
12 2242 S Legal Envir Smsisam (MWF 10:00) (3)
12 2242 6 Legal Envir Bwti&ewi Q8JF 11:00) (3)
12 2242 7 Legal Eavir fceeimeaa (MW? 1:06) (3)
12 2242 8" Legal Bwvir Basiaema (TTh 12:30-2;@B 3)
11 2242 9 . Legal Buvir Bueincee (TTh 8s@g-ts30) 1
1 2242 10 Legal Isvir Basis CfTJi 9:19-11:00) (3)
IS 242 11 Legal Sarir Sasinaea Cm 930iltOO) CS
12 2242 12 Legal Savir &�iaee (Its 11:00-1130) CSJ
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Business Administration (Continued) - 12
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Organisational Mgt (MWF 8:00) (3)
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Organisational Mgt (MWF 11:00) (3)
Organisational Mgt (MWF 12:00) (3)
Organisational Mgt (MWF 2:00) (3)
Organisational Mgt (TTh 8:00-9:30)
Organisational Mgt (TTh 8:00-9:30)
Organisational Mgt (TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
Organisational Mgt (TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
International Bus (MWF 9:00) (3)
International Bua (MWF 11:00) (3)
International Bus (TTh 12:30-2:00) (3)
Operation Management (MWF 8:00). (3)
Operations Management (MWF 9:00) (3)
Operations Management (MWF 10:00) (3)
Operations Management (MWF 11:00) (3)
Operations Management (MWF 12:00) (3)
Operations Management (TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
Operations Management (TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
Operations Management (TTh 12:30-2:00) (3)
Marketing Management (MWF 8:00) (3)
Marketing Management (MWF 10:00) (3)
Marketing Management (MWF 10:00) (3)
Marketing Management (MWF 1:00) (3)
Marketing Management (MWF 2:00) (3)
Marketing Management (TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
Marketing Management (TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
Marketing Management (TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
Retail Management 0WF 8:00) (3)
Regail Management (MWF 9:00) (3)
Manpower Management (MWF 10:00) (3)
Manpower Management (MWF 1:00) (3)
Manpower Management (TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
Manpower Management (TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
Marketing Strategy (MWF 10:00) (3)
Marketing Strategy (MWF 12:00) (3)
Marketing Strategy (TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
Commercial Bank Mgt (TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
Marketing Research (MWF 11:00) (3)
Marketing Research (MWF 2:00)(3)
Marketing Research (TTh 11:00-12:30)
Marketing Research (MWF 1:00) (3)
Consumer Behavior (MWF 8:00) (3)
Consumer Behavior (MWF 10:00) (3)
Consumer Behavior (MWF 12:00) (3)
Consumer Behavior (TTh 9:30-11:00)
Consumer Behavior (MWF 1:00) (3)
Adv and Promotion Mgt (TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
Adv and Promotion Mgt (TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
Marketing Channel Mgt (TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
Marketing Channel Mgt (TTh 11:00-12:30)(3)
Business Policy (MWF 9:00) (3)
Business Policy (MWF 9:00) (3)
Business Policy (MWF 10:00) (3)
Business Policy (MWF 10:00) (3)
Business Policy (MWF 11:00) (3)
Business Policy (MWF 2:00) (3)
Business Policy (TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
Business Policy (TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
Princ of Real Estate (MWF 8:00) (3)
Princ of Real Estate (TTh 9:30-11:00)
Real Estate Appraisal (MWF 9:00) (3)
Topics in Mgt and Mkt (TTh 12:30-2:00) (3)
Topics in Mgt and Mkt (MWF 11:00) (3)
Topics in Real Estate (TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
Management and Org (F 6:30-9:30) (3)
Marketing Mgt. (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Management Science I (M 6:30-9:1,0) (3)
Management Science II (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
International Bus (F 6:30-9:30) (3)
Business Mkt Research (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Business Policies (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Entrepreneurship (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
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OEM (Chemistry) -13
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Prep Col Chem (MWF 8:00) (2)
Prep Col Chem (MWF 8:00) (2)
Prep Col Chem (MWF 10:00) (2)
Prep Col Chem (MWF 10:00) (2)
Gen Descrip Chem (MTThF 9:00) (4 ,
Gen Descrip Chem (MWThf 11:00) (4)
Basic Gen & Org Chem (MWF 9:00)
Org Chem (MWF 9
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Basic Gen
Basic Gen
Basic Gen
Basic Gen
Basic Gen
Bas Gen &
Bas Gen &
Bas Gen &
Bas Gen &
Bas Gen &
Bas Gen
& Org Chem (MWF 9:00) (3)
& Org Chem (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
& Org Chem (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Si Org Chem (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
& Org Chem (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Org Chem Lb (M 12:00-3:00) (1)
Org Chem Lb (M 3:00-6:00) (1)
Org Chem Lb (T 8:00-11:00) (1)
Org Chem Lb (11:00-2:00) (1)
Org Chem Lb
Org Chem Lb
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Bas Gen & Org Chem Lb (W 12:00-3:00) (1)
12:00-3:00) (1)
3:00-6:00) (1)
3:00-6:00) (1)
(Th 8:00-11:00) (1)
(Th 11:00-2:00) (1)
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Bas Gen & Org Chem Lb
Bas Gen & Org Chem Lb
Bas Gen & Org Chem Lb
Bas Gen & Org Chem Lb
Bas Gen & Org Chem Lb (Th 3:00-6:00)
Bas Gen & Org Chem Lb (Th 3:00-6:00)
Gen Chem & Qual Anal (MWF 8:00) (3)
Gen Chem & Qual Anal (MWF 8:00) (3)
Gen Clm & Qual Anal (MWF 10:00) (3)
Gen Chem & Qual Anal (MWF 10:00) (3)
(1)
(1)
Gen Chem Qual Anal Lb
Gen Chem Qual Anal Lb
Gen Chem Qual Anal Lb
Gen Chem Qual Anal Lb
Gen Chem Qual Anal Lb
Gen Chem Qual Anal Lb (T 2:00-5:00) (1)
00-5:00) (1)
(M 2:00-5:00) (1)
(M 2:00-5:00) (1)
(T 8:00-11:00) (1)
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(T 2:00-5:00) (1)
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Basic Biochem Lab
Basic Biochem Lab
Gen Chem Qual Anal Lb
Gen Chem Qual Anal Lb
Gen Chem Qual Anal Lb
Gen Chem Qual Anal Lb
Gen Chem Qual Anal Lb
Gen Chem Qual Anal Lb
Gen Chem & Qual Anal (MWF 1:00) (3)
Gen Chem Qual Anal Lb (M 2:00-5:00) (1)
Gen Chem Qual Anal Lb (M 2:00-5:00) (1)
Gen Chem Qual Anal Lb (T 8:00-11:00) (1)
Gen Chem Qual Anal Lb (T 2:00-5:00) (1)
Quant & Instrum Anal (MWF 11:00) (3)
Quant & Instr Anal Lab (MW 2:00-5:00) (2)
Quant & Instr Anal Lab (TTh 2:00-5:00) (2)
Basic Biochem (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Basic Biochem Lab (M 12:00-3:00) (1)
(M 3:00-6:00) (1)
(T 8:00-H:00) (1)
Org Chem Life Sci (MWThF 11:00) (4)
Org Chem Life Sci Lab (T 8:00-11:00) (1)
Org Chem Life Sci Lab (T 2:00-5:00) (1)
Organic Chemistry (MWF 8:00) (3)
Organic Chemistry (MWF 9:00) (3)
Organic Chemistry Lab (MW 2:00-5:00) (2)
Organic Chemistry Lab (MW 3:00-6:00) (2)
Organic Chemistry Lab (TTh 8:00-11:00) (2)
Organic Chemistry Lab (TTh 2:00-5:00) (2)
Organic Chemistry (MWF 1:00) (3)
Organic Chemistry Lab (TTh 2:00-5:00) (2)
Elem Inorg Chem (MWF 9:00) (3)
Elem Inorg Chem Lab (W 2:00-5:00) (1)
Physical Chem (MTThF 10:00) (4)
Physical Chem Lab (M 2:00-5:00)
Physical Chem Lab (T 2:00-5:00)
Independent Study (TBA) (1)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Reseerch Prob Chem (TBA) (1)
Research Prob Cham (TBA) (2)
Research Prob Chem (TBA) (3)
Instrum Anal I (TTh 1:00) (2)
Inatrum Anal Lab I (T 2:00-5:00)
Adv Inorg Chem (MWF 11:00) (3)
Adv Organ Chem (MWF 9:00) (3)
Indust Internship Chem (TBA) (1)
Indust Internship Chem (TBA) (2)
Induct Internship Chem (TBA) (3)
Chem Seminar (TBA) (1)
Intro Research (TBA) (3)
Research (TBA) (2)
Research (TBA) (3) ' .
Research (TBA) (4)
Research (TBA) (5)
Intro Theor Chem (MWF 1:00) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Residence (TBA) (0)
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14 2150
14 2151
14 5002
14 5025
Surv Coast Mar Envir (TTh 9:00)
Intro Nautical Sci (TBA) (2)
Nautical Science Lab (TBA) (1)
Coastal Marine Anal (TBA) (3)
Man & the Sea Sea (TBA) (1)
(2)
COED (Counselor Education) - 15
15 5358 1 Tests & Measur (T 2:00-5:00) (3)
15 5358 2 Tests & Measur (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
15 5358 3 Tests & Measur (TTh 2:00-3:30) (3)
15 5360 1 Prin of Guidance (W 6:30-9:30) (2)
15 6401 1 Anal Indiv (M 2:00-5:00) (3)
15 6402 1 The Inform Ser (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
15 6404 1 Counsel Theory Tech (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
15 6404 2 Counsel Theory Tech (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
15 6405 1 Group Procedures (W 6:30-9:30) (2)
15 6500 1 Spec Fields Study Gui (TBA) (2)
15 6521 1 Directed Readings (TBA) (2)
15 6990 1 Counseling Internship (TBA) (3)
15 6991 1 Counseling Internship (TBA) (3)
15 6992 1 Counseling Internship (TBA) (3)
CTJHE (Cowunity Health) - 16
16 3000 1 Theo Prac Comm Hlth Educ (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
16 4000 1 Meth Trng & Staff Dev (TTh 9:00-11:00) (4)
16 4100 1 Comm Hlth Profile (MWF 1:00-4:00) (3)
16 4500 1 Independent Study (TBA) (1)
16 4501 1 Independent Study (TBA) (2)
16 4502 1 Independent Study (TBA) (3)
16 4990 1 Intern Comm Hlth Educ (TBA) (8)
16 6000 1 Hlth Care Sys & Prob (Th 2:00-5:00) (3)
16 6100 1 Comm Hlth Admin (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
16 6200 1 Conn Hlth Educ I (M 2:00-5:00)
16 6500 1 Independent Study (TBA) (2)
16 6501 1 Independent Study (TBA)
16 6502 1 Independent Study (TBA)
16 6990 1 Interns Conm Hlth (TBA)
16 6991 1 Interns Comm Hlth (TBA)
Five week course
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CORS (Correctional Services) - 17
17 1000
17 1000
17 2000
J.7 2000
17 3000
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17 3002
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17 5000
1 Crim Justice Sys (MWF 9:00) (3)
2 Crim Justice Sys (MWF 8:00) (3)
1 Crim Offender (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
2 Crim Offender (MWF 8:00) (3)
1 Residential Instit (TTh 1:00-3:00) (4)
1 Comm Corrections (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
1 Juv Justice Sys (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
1 Crim Investigation (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
1 Comp Crim Justice (T 12:30-3:30) (3)
CSCI (Computer Science) - 18
18 1584 1 Linea Alg Com Applic (MWF 9:00) (3)
18 1584 2 Linea Alg Com Applic (TTh 12:30-1:45)
18 1584 3 Linea Alg Com Applic (MWF 1:00) (3)
18 3600 1 Intro Digit Comput 0WF 10:00) (3)
18 3600 2 Intro Digit Comput (MWF 12:00) (3)
18 3600 3 Intro Digit Comput (TTh 12:30-1:45)
18 3600 4 Intro Digit Comput (MWF 2:00) (3)
18 3601 1 Comput Org & Progr (MWF 10:00) (3)
18 3601 2 Comput Org & Progr 0�F 1:00) (3)
18 3608 1 Cobol (MWF 11:00) (2)
18 3608 2 Cobol (MWF 2:00) (2)
18 4604 1 Sys Simulation (MWF 12:00) (3)
18 4604 2 Sys Simulation (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
18 4626 1 Swtch Theo & Mach Org (MWF 9:00) (3)
18 4626 2 Swtch Theo & Mach Org (MWF 12:00) (3)
18 5774 1 Progr for Resrch (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
DRAM (Drama) - 20
(3)
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20 1000
20 1000
20 1000
20 1000
20 1011
20 1011
20 1012
20 1013
20 1013
20 1013
20 2001
20 2001
20 2001
20 2006
20 2007
20 2007
20 2011
20 2021
20 2031
20 2032
20 2033
20 2035
20 2123
20 3000
20 3001
20 3003
20 3004
20 3007
20 3011
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20 3071
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20 4021
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20 5000
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Intro to Theatre (TTh 9:00) (2)
Intro to Theatre (TTh 10:00) (2)
Intro to Theatre (WF 9:00) (2)
Intro to Theatre (MW 11:00) (2)
Ballet I (MTWThF 8:10-9:10) (3)
Ballet I (MTWThF 8:00-9:00) (3)
Contemporary Dance I (MTWThF 9:10-10:10) (3)
Jazz Dance I (MTWTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
Jazz Dance I (MTWTh 1:00-2:15) (3)
Jazz Dance I (MTWTh 3:30-4:45) (3)
Stage Scenery I (MWF 1:00-2:50) (3)
Stage Scanery 1 (MWF 3:00-4:50) 3)
Stage Scenery I (TTh 1:00-3:20) (3)
The Art of Makeup (T 9:00-10:45) (1)
Makeup Lab (F 10:30-11:50) (1)
Makeup Lab (Th 9:00-10:45) (1)
Poiqte Technique I (MW 3:30-4:30) (1)
Pointe Technique II (MW 3:30-4:30) (1)
Ballett III (MTWThF 11:30-12:30) (3)
Contemporary Dan III (MTWTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Jazz Dance III (MTWTh 12:40-1:50) (3)
Lit for Theatre (TTh 1:00) (2)
Early Exper Prosp Tchr (Th 9:00) (1)
Spec Theatre Proj (TBA) (1)
Spec Theatre Proj (TBA) (1)
Stage Lighting (MW 10:00-11:15) (3)
Scenery Design I (TTh 10:00-11:15) (3)
Costumes for the Stge (MWF 1:00-2:50) (4)
Pointe Technique III (MW 3:30-4:30) (1)
Pointe Technique IV (MW 3:30-4:30) (1)
Acting I (TTh 10:00-11:45) (3)
Acting I (TTh 12:00-1:45) (3)
Acting I (TTh 3:00-4:45) (3)
Acting I (MW 1:00-2:45) (3)
Advanced Acting I (TTh 12:00-1:45) (3)
Ballet V (MTWThF 10:20-11:20) (3)
Jazz Dance V (MTWTh 5:00-6:15) (3)
Directing I (MWF 3:00-4:45) (3)
Partnering in Dance (TTh 3:30-4:30) (2)
Advanced Tap Dance (TTh .2:00) (1)
Spec Theatre Proj (TBA) (1)
Spec Theatre Proj (TBA) (1)
Pointe Technique V (MW 3:30-4:30) (1)
Pointe Technique VI (MW 3:30-4:30) (1)
Composition (F 2:00-5:00) (3)
Theatre History I (MWF 1:00) (3)
Ballet VII (MTWTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Teaching Theatre Arts (MWF 9:00) (3)
Dramatic Arts Workshp (TBA) (3)
DRED (Driver Education) - 21
21 20001
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21 22101
21 22111
21 22112
21 22113
21 22114
21 22201
21 22301
21 23071
21 33201
21 33211
21 43111
21 43231
21 53301
21 64201
21 65211
21 65221
21 69901
21 69911
Intro Dr Ed (MWF 12:00) (3)
Early Exp,Dr TrS for Tea (TTh 12:00) (1)
Motorcycle Safety (M 11:00) (2)
Motorcycle Safety Lab (T 10:00-12:00) (0)
Motorcycle Safety Lab (Th 10:00-12:00) (0)
Motorcycle Safety Lab (T 2:00-4:00) (0)
Motorcycle Safety Lab (Th 2:00-4:00) (0)
Highway Trans Sys (TTh 11:00) (2)
Traffic Law (T 6:30-8:30) (2)
Prac Dr & Traf Saf (MW 2:00) (3)
Lab Prog Dr TSE (MW 1:00) (3)
Lab Prog Dr. TSE Lab (TTh 12:30-3:30) (0)
Drg Adm Sup Dr Tra S (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Method Tea Dr & Tr S (MTWThF 10:00-11:30)0)
K-12 Tr Saf for Tee (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Fed Prog Hwy Saf (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Readings Dr & Tr S (TBA) (2)
Readings Dr 6 Tr S (TBA) (2).
Bxternshlp Dr Tr SE (TBA) (2)
Externshlp Dr Tr SE (TBA) (2)
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ECDN (Economics) - 22
COWS (Coastal t Marine sources) - 14"
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Prin Econ II (MW 11:00)
Prin Econ II Lab (F 11:00)
Prin Econ II Lab (F 11:00)
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Prin Econ II Lab (F 11:00)
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latro to Computers (MWF 8:00) (3)
Intro to Centers (MWF 12:00 (3)
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Intro to Computers (MWF 12:00) (3)
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Intro to Computers (MWF 2:00) (3)
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Intro to Computers (TTh 12:30-2:00) (3)
Intro to Computers (TTh 2:00-3:30) (3)
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Intro to Computers (MWF 8:00) (3)
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Intro to Computers (MWF 10:00) (3)
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Cur Instr Spec Int II (TBA) (3)
Econ I Lab (V 3:00) (0)
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Intro to Educ OsVF 9:00) (3)
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Early Chile Carrie (MWF 11:00) (3)
Early Cnlld Carrie (MWF 10:00) (3)
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Lent Arta UBS (Tin 12:00-2:00) (4)
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Teh Lm & Tost LEG (MTWThF 1:00-3:15) (4)
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Teh Lrn & Toot UEG (MTWThF 8:00-11:00) (6)
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Prob in Educ (TBA) (1)
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Iraprov Read Instr (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Applied Phonics (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Applied Phonics (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Read Jr & Sr Hi Sch (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Invest Teh Read (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Tech of Teh Elem Sch (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Prob Lo Elem Grades (TBA) (3)
Prob Upper Elem Grades (TBA) (3)
Read The Urn Bases (T6:30-9:30) (3)
Foundations of Read (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Id & Eval Read Dis (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Elem Sch Curr (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Org & Manag Read Prog (TBA) (3)
Adv Lang Arts Elem Sch (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
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Composition (MWF 1:00) (3)
Composition (MWF 9:00) (3)
Composition (MWF 1:00) (3)
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Composition (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
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Composition (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Composition (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Composition (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Composition (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Composition (TTh 3:30-4:45) (3)
Composition (TTh 3:30-4:45) (3)
Composition (TTh 3:30-4:45) (3)
Composition (TTh 3:30-4:45) (3)
Composition (TTh 3:30-4:45) (3)
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Composition (TTh 9:30-10:4S (3)
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Major Amer Writer QfWF 9:00) (3)
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Major Amor Writer (MWF 10:00) (3)
Mojot Aaor Writer (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Recent Brit Am Writer (MWF 9:00) (3)
Recoct Brit Am Writer (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Recoct Brit Aa Writer QfWF 10:00) (3)
English Cram (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Fuafctiaaal Gram (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Groa Ling lie Moj (X 6:30-9:30) (3)
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Gram Ling Kiev Maj (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
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Classical Myth (MWF 1:00) (3)
Science Fiction (MWF 12:00) (3)
Aaor Folklore (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Amor Folklore (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Amer Folklore (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Acer Folklore (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Amer Folklore (MWF 1:00) (3)
Amer Folklore (MWF 8:00) (3)
Amer Folklore (MWF 11�00) (3)
Classics: Homer to Dante (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Human Value in Lit (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Orientol Lit (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Bible as Lit (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Advanced Gram (MWF 9:00) (3)
Ling Theory Sp Clinic (MWF 8:00) (3)
Advanced Coap (MWF 10:00) (3)
Intro Poetry Writing (MWF 1:00) (3)
Intro Fiction Writing (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Intro Non-Fiction Writ (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Intro Edit & Abstract (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Writ Bus & Industry (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Chaucer (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Shakespeare: Hist (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Shakespeare: Tradedie (MWF 11:00) (3)
18th Cent Lit (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Victorian Lit (MWF 9:00) (3)
Amer Lit: 1820-1865 (MWF 12:00) (3)
Teach Engl High Sch (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
Senior Honors Sem (TBA) (3)
Senior Honors Sem (TBA) (3)
Pract: Careers in Writ (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Pract: Careers in Writ (TTh 2:00-3:15) (6)
Film Lit & Hist I (TTh 2:00-4:00) (3)
Lit for Child (MWF 9:00) (3)
Lit for Child (MWF 2:00) (3)
Lit for High Sch (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Milton (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Aesthetic Movement (MWF 11:00) (3)
20th Cent Brit Am Novel (TTh 11:00-12:15)(3)
Contemp Poetry (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Ling & Cult Hist (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Modern Grammar (MWF 9:00) (3)
Adv Poetry Writ (MWF 2:00) (3)
Adv Fiction Writ (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Adv Non-Fiction Writ (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Adv Writ Bus & Ind (MWF 10:00) (3)
Medieval Engl Lit (MWF 9:00) (3)
Jacobean Drama (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Bryon, Shelley, Keats (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Amer Renaissance (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Sped Studies Sem VI (TTh 3:30-4:45) (3)
Biblio & Methods (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Prob in Teach Comp (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Methods Teach Engl (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Applied Ling Lang Teach (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Residence (TBA) (0)
FINA (Finance) - 27
(MWF 8:00)
(MWF 9:00)
(3)
(3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
(MWF 11:00) (3)
(MWF 12:00) (3)
(MWF 1:00) (3)
(TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
(TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
(MWF 11:00) (3)
(TTh 12:30-2:00) (3)
-3:30) (3)
(TTh 12:30-2:00) (3)
:30) (3)
9:30) (3)
27 3724 1 Financial Management
27 3724 2 Financial Management
27 3724 3 Financial Management
27 3724 4 Financial Management
27 3724 5 Financial Management
27 3724 6 Financial Management
27 3724 7 Financial Management
27 3724 8 Financial Management
27 3724 9 Financial Management
22 3724 10 Financial Management
27 4304 1 Investments (TTh 2:00
27 4404 1 Sec Analy & Port Mgt
27 6144 1 Fina Mgmt I (W 6:30-9
27 6604 1 Fina Mgmt II (W 6:30-
FREH (French) - 28
COURSE SECTION
NO. NO.
28 1001 1 Elementary French (MWF 9:00) (3)
28 1001 2 Elementary French (MWF 10:00) (3)
28 1001 3 Elementary French (MWF 11:00) (3)
28 1001 4 Elementary French (MWF 12:00) (3)
28 1001 5 Elementary French (MWF 1:00) (3)
28 1001 6 Elementary French (MWF 2:00) (3)
28 1002 1 Elementary French (MWF 8:00) (3)
28 1002 2 Elementary French (MWF 9:00) (3)
28 1002 3 Elementary French (MWF 11:00) (3)
28 1002 4 Elementary French (MWF 2:00) (3)
28 1003 1 Intermediate French (MWF 8:00) (3)
28 1003 2 Intermediate French (MWF 10:00) (3)
28 1003 3 Intermediate French (MWF 11:00) (3)
28 1003 4 Intermediate French (MWF 12:00) (3)
28 1004 1 Intermediate French (MWF 11:00) (3)
28 1004 2 Intermediate French (MWF 1:00) (3)
28 2100 1 Contemporary France (TTh 11:00) (2)
28 2103 1 Review of Grammar (MWF 9:00) (3)
28 2108 1 Conversational French (MWF 11:00) (3)
28 2220 1 French Lit In Tran (MWF 10:00) (3)
28 2228 1 Intro to Study of Lit (T 2:00) (1)
28 3215 1 Practical Phonetica (TTh 9:30-10:20) (2)
28 3231 1 Fren Lit Mid Ages Ren (MWF 12:00) (3)
28 4323 1 Meth Tchng Frgn Lang (MWF 10:00) (3)
28 5521 1 Spec Topics Fren Stud (MWF 1:00) (3)
GEOG (Geography) - 29
29 1000 1 Earth & Man (MWF 8:00) (3)
29 1000 2 Earth & Man (MWF 9:00) (3)
29 1000 3 Earth & Man (MWF 10:00) (3)
29 1000 4 Earth & Man (MWF 11:00) (3)
29 1000 5 Earth & Man (MWF 12:00) (3)
29 1000 6 Earth & Man (MWF 1:00) (3)
29 1000 7 Earth & Man (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
29 1000 8 Earth & Man (MWF 2:00) (3)
29 2001 1 World Geog Pt 1 (MWF 11:00) (3)
29 2003 1 Economic (MWF 10:00) (3)
29 2003 2 Economic (MWF 8:00) (3)�
29 2004 1 Physical Geog Pt 1 (MWF 9:00) (4)
29 2005 1 Physical Geog Pt 1 Lab (T 1:00-3:00) (0)
29 2005 2 Physical Geog Pt 1 Lab (T 3:00-5:00) (0)
29 2008 1 Map Reading Inter, (TTh 9:00-11:00) (3)
29 2008 2 Map Reading Inter (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
29 2123 1 Early Exp Pros Teach (TBA) (1)
29 3000 1 Population (TTh 9:00) (2)
29 3002 1 Coastal Geography (MWF 10:00) (3)
29 3003 1 Political Geography (TTh 9:00) (2)
29 3004 1 Urban Geography (MWF 10:00) (3)
29 3005 1 Geog Eng Resources (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
29 3050 1 Africa (MWF 9:00) (3)
29 3054 1 Caribbean (TTh 12:00) (2)
29 3055 1 North Carolina (TTh 11:00) (2)
29 3072 1 Cartography (TTh 2:00-4:00) (3)
29 3073 1 Quantitative Geog (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
29 3078 1 Geogrophy Seminar (Th 2:00) (1)
29 4000 1 Geog of Agriculture (T 1:00-3:00) (2)
29 5083 1 Air Photo Inter (TTh 2:00-4:00) (3)
29 5083 2 Air Photo Inter (TTh 9:00-11:00) (3)
29 5084 1 Map Compil & Design (TTh9:00-12:00) (3)
29 5099 1 Seminar in Phys Geog (Th 2:00-5:00) (3)
29 5501 1 Problem (TBA) (1)
29 5502 1 Problems (TBA) (2)
29 5503 1 Problem (TBA) (3)
29 6003 1 Cultural Geog Seminar (T 7:00-9:00) (2)
29 6013 1 Quantitative Geog (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
29 6500 1 Research Urban (TBA) (3)
29 6501 1 Research Economic (TBA) (3)
29 6502 2 Reooarch Cartography (TBA) (3)
29 6503 1 Research Physical (TBA) (3)
29 6504 1 Research Geog Edu (TBA) (3)
29 6521 1 Readings (TBA) (3)
29 6995 1 Thesis (TBA) (3)
29 6996 1 Thesis (TBA) (3)
29 6999 1 Residence (TBA) (0)
GEOL (Geology) - 30
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Physical
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Physical
Physical
Physical
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Physical
Physical
Geology (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
Geology (MWF 8:00) (3)
Geology (MWF 9:00) (3)
Geology (MWF 11:00) (3)
Geology (T 6:30-9:20) (3)
Geology Lab (M 12:00-3:00) (1)
Geology Lob (M 12:00-3:00) (1)
Geology Lob (M 3:00-6:00) (1)
Geology Lob (M 3:00-6:00) (1)
Geology Lab (T 12:00-3:00) (1)
Geology Lob (T 12:00-3:00) (1)
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Physical
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Physieol
Physical
Geology Lab
Geology Lob
Geology Lob
Geology Lob
Geology Lob
Geology Lab
Geology Lab
(T 3:00-6:00) (1)
T 3:00-6:00) (1)
(W 12:00-3:00) (1)
(V 12:00-3:00) (1)
(W 3:00-6:00) (1)
(V 3:00-6:00) (1)
(Th 12:00-3:00) (1)
Physieol Geology Lab (Th 12:00-3:00) (1)
Physical Geology Lab (Th 3:00-6:00) (1)
Physical Geology Lab (TH 3:00-6:00) (1)
Physical Geology Lob (F 12:00-3:00) (1)
Physical Geology Lab (W 6:30-9:30) (I)
Physieol Geology Lab (Th 6:30-9:30) (1)
Historical Geology (MWF 12:00) (3)
Historical Geology Lob (T 12:00-3:00) (1)
Historical Geology Lob (Th 12:00-3:00) (1)
Environmental Geology (TTh 10:00-12:00) (4)
Mineralogy (MWF 12:00) (4)
Mineralogy Lab (Th 2:00-5:00) (0)
Structural Geology (TTh 11:00) (4)
Structural Geology Lab (MW 3:00-6:00) (0)
Sedimentation (TTh 8:00) (3)
Sedimentation Lab (W 12:00-3:00) (0)
Optical Mineralogy (TTh 10:00) (3)
Optical Mineralogy Lab (T 12:00-3:00) (0)
Dir Studios in Gcol (TBA) (2)
Dir Studios in Gcol (TBA) (2)
Dir Studies in Cool (TBA) (2)
Economic Gool (TTh 9:30-10:45) (4)
Economic Gool Lob (T 3:00-6:00) (0)
Sedimentary Petrol 0�W 10:00) (3)
Sedimentary Pet Lab (W 3:00-6:00) (0)
Principles Paieoecology (MWF 10:00) (3)
Prin Paleo Lob (Th 12:00-3:00) (0)
Rood in Geol Topics (TBA) (1)
Rood in Geol Topics (TBA) (1)
Reed in Gool Topics (TBA) (2)
Rood in Geol Topic (TBA) (2)
Prin of Geophysics (TTh 10:00) (2)
Seminar in Geology (TBA) (1)
Seminar in Geology (TBA) (2)
Seminar in Geology (TBA) (1)
Seminar in Geology (TBA) (2)
Intro to Research (TTh 11:00) (2)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
GEFfl (German) -51
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Elem German QfWF 10:00) (3)
Elem German (MWF 12:00) (3)
Elem German (MWF 1:00) (3)
Elem German (MWF 9:00) (3)
Interm German (MWF 10:00) (3)
Intent German (MWF 12:00) (3)
Gormen Civilisation (MWF 12:00) (3)
Intro to Study of Lit (T 2:00) (1)
Adv Grammar and Comp (MWF 1:00) (3)
Germ Lit Beg-Enlight (MWF 2:00) (3)
Naturalism to Present (MWF 9:00) (3)
Meth Tchng Frgn Long (MWF 10:00) (3)
Germ Lyric 1700-Pres (MWF 11:00) (3)
HIST (History) - 32
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World Hist to 1500 (MWF 9:00)
World Hist to 1500
World Hist to 1500 (MWF 10:00)
World Hist to 1500 (MWF 10:00)
World Hist to 1500 (MWF 11:00)
World Hist to 1500 (MWF 12:00)
World Hist to 1500 (MWF 1:00) (3)
Hist Eur Since 1500 (TTh 9:30-10:45)
Hist Eur Since 1500 (MWF 11:00) (3)
Hist Eur Since 1500 (MWF 12:00) (3)
Amer Hist to 1877 (MWF 8:00) (3)
(3)
(3)
(TTh 9:30-10:45)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(TTh 8:00-9:15)
(MWF 9:00) (3)
(MWF 9:00) (3)
(MWF 9:00) (3)
(TTh 9:30-10:45)
(TTh 9:30-10:45)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
,(MWF 10:0ft) (3)
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Amer Hist to 1877
Amer Hist to 1877
Amer Hist to 1877
Amer Hist to 1877
Amer Hist to 1877
Amer Hist to 1877
Amor Hist to 1877
amer Hiat to 1877
A?: Mot to 1877
Amer Jatst to 1877 ((MWF 11s 00?
Amer Hi�t to 1877 (MWF 11:00)
Amor Hit to 1877 (TTh 11:00-12:15)
Amer Hist to 1877 (TTh 11:00-12:15)
Amor Blot to 1877 (MWF 12:00) (3)
Amer Hit to 1877 (TTh 12:30-1:45)
Amer Hit to 1877 (MWF 1:00) (3)
Amer Hit to 1877 (MWF 1:00) (3)
Amer Hiot to 1877 (MWF 2:00) (3)
Am Hit Since 1877 (TTh 8:00-9:15)
Am Hit Since 1877 (MWF 9:00) (3)
Aa Blot Since 1877 (MWF 10:00) (3)
Am Hiot Since 1877 (MWF 10:00) (3)
Am Hiot Since 1877 (MWF 11:00) (3)
Am Hi.t Since 1877 (MWF 11:00) (3)
Am Hit Since 1877 (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Am Hiot Since 1877 (MWF 12:00) (3)
Am Hiot Since 1877 (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Aa Hist Since 1877 (MWF 1:00) (3)
Am Blot Since 1877 (MWF 1:00) (3)
Aa Hist Sine 1877 (MWF 2:00) (3)
Aa Hist to 1877 (MWF 9:00) (3)
World Hist to 1500 (MWF 9:00) (3)
Amor Business Hist (MWF 8:00) (3)
Am Business Hist (MWF 9:00) (3)
Aa Business Hist (MWF 11:00) (3)
Aa Business Hist (MWF 12:00) (3)
Erly Expor Proop Tchr (M 11:00) (3)
Women in Aaor Hiat (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Women in Aaor Hiat (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Hiot Sports West Soc (MWF 9:00) (3)
(MW? 8:00) (3)
(TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
Ho Carolina Hiot (MWF 12:00) (3)
Hiot of Block Aaor (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Hist of Block Aasr (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Aa Rev 6 Fed Era (MWF 12:00) (3)
Cont Expaa 08 (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Sect 4 Civil Wer (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Birth Mod Aaor (MWF 9:00) (3)
Pop 6 Prog in Aaor (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Erly Mod Eur to 1648 (MWF 11:00) (3)
Hist Eur 1815-1914 (MWF 9:00) (3)
The ABC Powers (MWF 11:00) (3)
HC Hiot Since 1835 QfWF 11:00) (3)
Mot Moth Soc Stud (MTWTh 9:00-11:00) (3)
Hist of Russia to 1917 (MWF 11:00) (3)
Hist of Mod China (MWF 10:00) (3)
Directed leadings (TEA) (1)
Directed Readings (TBA) (1)
Honors (TBA) (3)
The Old South (MWF 10:00) (3)
Tud or Stuart England (MWF 12:00) (3)
Int Adm Arc Hi Man (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Teh Museu Hist She (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Prsa Hi Anc Greece (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Dip Hist OS to 1898 (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Hist Intro to Bash (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Intern Train in Blot (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (2)
Thesis (TBA) (2)
Residence (TBA) (0)
Ho Carolina Hist
Bo Carolina Mat
Bo Carolina Mat
Of (Health Education) - 55
33 1000 1 Blth Mod See (TTh 8:00) 2)
33 1000 2 Mth Mod See 08? 8:00) (2)
33 1000 3 Blth Mod See (Mb 8:00) 2)
33 1000 4 Blth Mod Soc (W? 6:00) (2)
33 1000 3 Blth Hod See (TTb 9:00) (2)
33 1000 6 Blth me See 08 SiOO) (2)
33 1000 7 Blth Mod Soc (TTh 9:00) 2)
33 1000 8 Hith Mod Sec (W? 9:00) (2)
33 1000 9 Blth Mod See m 10:00) (2)
33 1000 10 Mlth Mod See Cm 10:00) 2)
33 1000 U Blth Mod See Cm 10:00) (2)
33 1080 12 Hth Mod See (TTh 10:00) 2)
33 1000 13 mth Mod See m 1000) (2)
33 1000 14 Blth Mod See (TTh 10:00) 2)
33 1000 1$ Hith Mod See (TTh iOiOO) (2)
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33 1000 IS Blth Mod See (fTh 11:00) (2)
33 1000 19 Slth Koe See 0ft? Ut�0) CS
33 1000 20 Blth Mod Sec (Tffe 11:00) (2
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COURSE SECTION
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(1)
Hlth Mod Soc (TTh 12:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Soc (WF 12:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Soc (TTh 12:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Soc (MW 12:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Soc (TTh 1:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Soc (MW 1:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Soc (WF 1:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Soc (TTh 2:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Soc (MW 2:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Soc (TTh 2:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Soc (TTh 3:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Soc (MW 3:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Soc (TTh 3:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Soc (MW 3:00) (2)
Int & Obs Teh Hlth (M 6:30-9:30)
Safety Ed & F A (TTh 9:00) (2)
Safety Ed & F A (MW 9:00) (2)
Safety Ed & F A (MW 10:00) (2)
Safety Ed & F A (TTh 11:00) (2)
Safety Ed & F A (MW 12:00) (2)
Safety Ed & F A (TTh 1:00) (2)
Safety Ed & F A (MW 1:00) (2)
Found Spts Med (MW 9:00) (2)
Found Spts Med Lab (F 8:00-10:00) (0)
Spts Med Prac (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
Prac Hlth Elem Sch (MW 9:00) (2)
Prac Hlth Elem Sch (MW 2:00) (2)
Prac Hlth Elem Sch (TTh 1:00) (2)
Prac Hlth Elem Sch (MW 1:00) (2)
Prac Hlth Elem Sch (MW 2:00) (2)
Prac Hlth Elem Sch (M 6:30-8:30) (2)
Adm Sch & Conm Hlth (MWF 9:00-12:00) (3)
Meth Teh Hlth (MWF 1:00-4:00) (3)
Hlth Educ Prob (MWF 10:00) (3)
Hlth Educ Prob (MWF 10:00) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Alcohol Educ (T 2:00-5:00) (3)
Drug Educ (Th 2;00-5:00) (3)
Block Course Ends October 3, 1980
HLTt (Home Economics) - 34
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Food Lab (T 8:00-11:00) (0)
Food Lab (T 2:00-5:00) (0)
Clothing Constr I (TTh 9:30-12:00) (1)
Clothing Constr I (TTh 9:30-12:00) (1)
Clothing Constr II (TTh 9:30-12:00) (1)
Clothing Constr II (TTh 9:30-12:00) (1)
Clothing Constr III (TTh 9:30-12:00) (1)
Clothing Constr III (TTh 9:30-12:00) (1)
Intro to Home Ec (Th 8:00) (1)
Intro to Home Eco (T 2:00) (1)
Family Relations (MWF 9:00) (3)
Family Relations (TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
Family Relations (TTh 2:00-3:30) (3)
Family Relations (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Nutrition (MWF 8:00) (3)
Nutrition (MWF 11:00) (3)
Nutrition (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Sanitation & Safety (Th 10:00-1:00) (2)
Erly Exper Prosp Tchr (W 12:00) (1)
Consumer Affairs (MWF 1:00) (3)
Consumer Affairs (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Textiles (TTh 1:00) (2)
Fashion Fund (MWF 10:00) (3)
Interior (TTh 12:00) (2)
Interiors Lab (T 2:00-5:00) (1)
Interiors Lab (Th 2:00-5:00) (1)
Infancy (MWF 12:00) (3)
Preschool Child (TTh 11:00) (3)
Preschool Child Lab (TTh 10:00) (0)
Preschool Child Lab (TTh 2:00) (0)
Cloth & Hum Beh (MWF 9:00) (3)
Cloth & Hum Beh (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Management & Theory (TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
Middle Childhood (MWF 9:00) (3)
Advanced Food (MW 11:00) (3)
Advanced Food Lab (F 10:00-1:00) (0)
Preschool Educ (TTh 8:00) (3)
Preschool Educ Lab (TBA) (0)
Advanced Nutrition (MWF 8:00) (3)
Problems in Interiors (W 9:00) (3)
Prob in Interiors Lab (MF 8:00-10:00) (0)
Prob in Interiors Lab (MW 2:00-4:00) (0)
Furn Constr Anal (W 1:00) (3)
Furn Constr Lab (MW 12:00-2:00) (0)
Consumer Equip (MF 2:00) (3)
Consumer Equip Lab (W 2:00-5:00) (0)
Nutritional Care (MW 9:00) (3)
Nutritional Care Lab (F 9:00-12:00)(0)
Food for Children (TTh 2:00-3:30) (3)
Preschool Meth & Mat (TTh 2:00-4:00) (3)
Curric Dev (MWF 9:00) (3)
Methods of Tchg HE (MWF 10:00) (3)
Clinical Dietetics (MWF 1:00) (4)
Clinical Dietetics Lab (M 2:00-5:00) (0)
Food Service Mgt (F 10:00-12:00) (4)
Food Serv Mgt Lab (MW 10:00-1:00) (0)
Quantity Food (TTh 9:00) (3)
Quantity Food Lab (T 10:00-1:00) (0)
Quantity Food Lab (Th 10:00-1:00) (0)
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Seminar (F 8:00) (1)
Display Tex & Furn (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Mgt of Resources (W 10:00) (3)
Mgt Resources Lab (MF 10:00-12:00) (0)
Mgt Resources Lab (TTh 10:00-12:00) (0)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Readings in Home Ec (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in F & N (TBA) (4)
Field Exper in F & N (TBA) (4)
Merchandising Intern (W 8:00) (3)
Child in the Family (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Middle Grades Occup (T 5:00-8:00) (3)
Infancy Intervention (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Human Dev & Fam Rel (W 2:00-5:00) (3)
Adult Educ (TTh 1:00) (2)
Adult Educ (Th 6:00-8:00) (2)
Apparel-Design II (TTh 1:00-3:30) (3)
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Family Life Educ (M 12:00-3:00) (3)
Hist Amer Homes (TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
Int Lighting Design (TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
Hous Prog & Policy (MWF 10:00) (3)
Adm Child Dev Centers (T 1:00-4:00) (3)
Gerontology Dev Liv Env (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
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Presch Internship Lab (TTh 9:00-12:00) (0)
Presch Internship Lab (MW 1:00-4:00) (0)
Presch Internship Lab (TTh 1:00-4:00) (0)
Adv Preschl Internship (W 8:00) (3)
Adv Pteschl Lab (TBA) (0)
Seminar Child Dev (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Adv Methods & Curric (W 5:00-8:00) (3)
Seminar-Food & Nubr (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Internship Child Spec 1 (M 1:00) (3)
Internship Child Spec II (M 1:00) (3)
Internship Cloth & Tex (TBA) (3)
Internship Cloth & Tex (TBA) (3)
Internship Home Ec Educ (TBA) (3)
Internship Home Ec Educ (TBA) (3)
Internship Food & Nutr (TBA) (3)
Internship Food & Nutr (TBA) (3)
Internship Housing M�t (TBA) (3)
Internship Housing Mgt (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Residence (TBA) (0)
HPRD (Health Professions) - 35
35 2002 1 AlHlth � Soc Prob (MW 11:00) (3)
2002 2 Al Hlth & Soc Prob (MWF 1:00) (3)
2002 3 Al Hlth & Soc Prob (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
2100 1 Perspec in Hlth (W 6:30-8:30) (2)
4300 1 Comm Hlth & Org (T 6:30-8:30) (2)
4300 2 Comm Hlth & Org (TTh 12:30) CJ)
4305 1 Adm Sup Cons Hlth Pr (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
4305 2 Adm Sup Cons Hlth Pr (M 9:30-12:30) (3)
4330 1 Physiology (MTWThF 8:00) (5)
4340 1 Psychiatry (MW 8:00-9:30) (3)
4350 1 Research Design (Th 9:30-11:30) (2)
4350 2 Research Design (T 3:00-5:00) (2)
4360 1 Medical Science I (MTW 3:30-5:00) (2)
5000 1 Human Sex Dys (W 6:30-8:30) (2)
5010 1 Epid for Hlth Profess (T 2:00-5:00) (3)
5020 1 Biost for Hlth Profess (M 6:30-8:30) (2)
5094 1 Trt of Alcoholism (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
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36 2020 1 Politics (TBA) (3)
36 2030 1 Scientific Method (TBA) (3)
36 2040 1 Philosophy (TBA) (3)
36 2050 1 Comedy (TBA) (3)
36 2060 1 Human Lives (TBA) (3)
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L1DT (Industrial & Technical Education) - 37
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Metals Tech I (M 10:00-12:00) (4)
Metals Tech I (M 2:00-4:00) (4)
Metals Tech I (M 6:30-9:30) (4)
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Metals Tech I L (WF 10:00-12:00) (0)
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Metals Tech I L (WF 2:00-4:00) (0)
Metals Tech I L (W 6:30-9:30) (0)
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Power Tech (M 12:00-2:00) (4)
Power Tech L (TTh 8:00-10:00) (0)
Power Tech L (WF 8:00-10:00) (0)
Power Tech L (TTh 12:00-2:00) (0)
Power Tech L (WF 12:00-2:00) (0)
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Construction Tech II (M 10:00-12:00)
Construction Tech II L (W 10:00-12:00) (0)
Metals Tech II (TTh 12:00-2:00) (3)
Intro to INDT (MWF 2:00) (3)
Erly Exp Prosp Teach (TBA) (1)
Arch Drafting (TTh 2:00-5:00) (3)
Graphic Arts III (TTh 2:00-4:30) (3)
Elec Com: RadioTV (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
Construction Tech III (M 3:00-5:00) (3)
Construction Tech III L (W 3:00-5:00) (0)
Supv Work Exp (TBA) (2)
Supv Work Exp (TBA) (2)
Industrial Prod (M 1:00) (2)
Industrial Prod L (W 1:00-3:00) (0)
Industrial Prod L (F 1:00-3:00) (0)
Ind Main Prac (M 8:00) (2)
Ind Main Prac L (T 8:00-10:00) (0)
Ind Main Prac L (Th 8:00-10:00) (0)
Eval in Ind Ed (MTWThF 10:00-11:35)
Tech Writing (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
Industrial Safety (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Prin of Ind Training (MWF 11:00) (3)
Lab Plan & Layout (MWF 12:00) (3)
Job Anal ProcApp (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Industrial Supv (MWF 10:00) (3)
Meth in INDT (MWF 3:00) (3)
Managing Lab Progs (MTWThF 8:00-9:35)
Ind StdyGraphic Comm (TBA) (3)
Ind StdyVisual Comm (TBA) (3)
Ind StudyElec Comm (TBA) (3)
Ind StdyConst (TBA) (3)
Ind StudyMfg (TBA) (3)
Adm & Supv of INDT (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Hist & Phil Ind Ed (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Ind Ed Appren (TBA) (3)
Spec Prob in Ind Ed (TBA) (3)
Spec Invest in Ind Ed (TBA) (3)
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Class meets August 28 through October 3, 1980
ITAL (Italian) - 38
38 1050 1 Intro Ital Lyric Lit (MWF 1:00) (3)
JOUR (Journalism) - 39
39 2000 1 Intro Mass Media (MWF 10:00) (3)
39 2000 2 Intro Mass Media (MWF 12:00) (3)
39 2100 1 Basic Reporting (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
39 2100 2 Basic Reporting (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
39 3100 1 Adv Reporting (MWF 11:00) (3)
39 4200 1 Legal Prob (MWF 9:00) (3)
39 4510 1 Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
39 4520 1 Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
39 4890 1 Pract: Careers In Writ (TTh 8:00-9:15)
39 4891 1 Pract: Careers in Writ (TTh 8:00-9:15)
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Research Skills (MW 11:00) (1)
Research Skills (MW 12:00) (1)
Research Skills (MW 12:00) (1)
Research Skills (MW 12:00) (1)
Research Skills (MW 1:00) (1)
Research Skills (MW 1:00) (1)
Research Skills (MW 1:00) (1)
Erly Exper Lib Sci (T 4:00) (1)
Met 4 Mat in Med Prog (MTWTh 2:00-4:00) (3)
Found of LibS (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Intro to Reference (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Intro to Reference (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Cataloging & Class (TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
Mats for Children (MWF 9:00) (3)
Lib Admin & Manage (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Collection Building (M 2:00-5:00) (3)
Storytelling (TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
Storytelling (MWF 11:00) (3)
Program Planning (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Tech Services (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Auto of Lib Processes (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Adv Reference (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
On-line Cataloging (V 2:00-5:00) (3)
Sem Lib Adm: School (T 4:00-6:00) (2)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Readings Lib Sci (TBA) (1)
Internship (TBA) (2)
Meets August 28 through October 16, 1980
xMeets all semester September 2 through December 9, 1980
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?Meets October 21 through December 9, 1980
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Meets August 28 through October 2, 1980
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Music of the Theatre (MW 12:00) (2)
Music of World's Peoples (TTh 3:00) (2)
History of Jazz Muse (TTh 12:00) (2)
String Grp (TTh 8:00) (1)
String Grp (TTh 9:00) (1)
Composition (T 11:00 TBA) (2)
Mus Hist & Lit (MW 8:00) (2)
Accompanying (W 5:00) (1)
Accompanying (T 3:00) (1)
Accompanying (W 5:00) (1)
Basic Music Skills (MWF 8:00) (3)
Basic Music Skills (MWF 10:00) (3)
Basic Music Skills (MWF 12:00) (3)
Basic Music Skills (MWF 10:00) (3)
Basic Music Skills (MWF 11:00) (3)
Basic Music Skills (MWF 1:00) (3)
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ME in Elem Grd (TTh 9:00) (2)
ME in Elem Grd (TTh 2:00) (2)
ME Interm Grad (TTh 10:00) (2)
Muse Except Child (TTh 12:00) (2)
Muse Except Child (TTh 1:00) (2)
Func Guitar Class (M 6:30-8:30) (1)
Conducting (MW 11:00) (2)
Conducting (MW 11:00) (2)
Conducting (MW 11:00) (2)
Conducting (MW 11:00) (2)
Orchestration (MW 9:00) (2)
Orchestration (TTh 9:00) (2)
Voice Fundamentals (TTh 8:00) (1)
Beg Instru-inst Mu ed (TTh 11:00) (2)
Beg Instru-inst Mu ed (TTh 11:00) (2)
Beg Instr Voc Gen Me (TTh 11:00) (2)
Music Therapy I (MWF 9:00) (3)
Marching Band Tech (TTh 9:00) (2)
Choral Lab (MW 9:00) (1)
Orient to Therapy (TBA) (1)
Composition (T 11:00TBA) (2)
Electronic Mus Comp (MW 12:00) (2)
Accompanying (TBA) (1)
Voice Pedagogy (MW 2:00) (2)
Foundations of Piano Ped (MW 1:00) (2)
Opera Literature (TTh 12:00) (2)
Music for Grp Act (MW 10:00) (2)
Mat & Meth of Inst. Teh. (ALL 9:00) (2)
Composition (T 11:00-TBA) (3)
Mat & Meth of VG Teh. (ALL 9:00) (2)
Adv Comp Elec Med (TBA) (3)
Accompanying (TBA) (1)
Dir Study Mu Theory (TBA) (2)
Music Honors Program (TBA) (2)
Psych Fdn of Music (TTh 10:00) (2)
20th Century Harmony (MW 11:00) (2)
Mus of Rococo & Classic (WF 10:00) (2)
Music of Romantic Era (TTh 2:00) (2)
Intro to Echnomusicology (TTh 12:00) (2)
Hymnology (MW 2:00) (2)
Studio Vocal Tech (MW 9:00) (2)
Organ Lit & Adv. Ped. (TBA) (2)
Advd Applied Cond (MWF 2:00) (3)
Sem: Problems Piano Ped. (TTh 11:00) (2)
Piano Ped: Observ St Teach (TBA) (2)
Piano Lit & Adv Ped. (MW 2:00) (3)
Performance Practice (TTh 12:00) (2)
Wind Inst. Lit. (TTh 11:00) (2)
Clinical Internship (TBA) (1)
Music Struct & Style (TTh 1:00) (2)
Editing & Arranging (TBA) (2)
Composition (T 11:00-TBA) (2)
Spec Prob Elec Mus (TBA) (2)
Sem Res in Music (TBA) (2)
Intr Research in Mu (TTh 9:00) (2)
Music Adra & Super (T 7:00-9:00) (2)
Sem Prob in Mu Ed (TBA) (2)
Sem Prob in Mu Ed (TBA) (2)
1st 6 weeks of semester
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Nurs Perspectives (W 10:00-12:00) (2)
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Intro Proc of Nsg (MThF 10:00-12:00) (6)
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Nutr Coma Setting L (Th 3:00-5:00) (0)
Nsg of Adult II (MThF 12:00-3:00) (6)
Prac in Nsg of Adult II (TW 7:00-3:00) (5)
Prac in Nsg of Adult II (MT 3:00-11:00) (5)
Prac in Nsg of Adult II (WTh 3:00-11:00)(5)
Intro to Phys Assess (TBA) (3)
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Nu Chbg Chrs Fam (ThF 8:00-12:00) (6)
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Prac in Nu Chbg Chrs Fam (T 11:00-3:00)(5)
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Clin Nurs Spec (TBA) (3)
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Clin Nurs Spec L (TBA) (0)
Fam Com Hlth Nsg (M 4:00-6:00; F 10:00-
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Prac in Fam Comm Hlth Nsg" (MT 9:00-4:00)(4)
Prac in Fam Coon Hlth Nsg (WTh 9:00-4:00)
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Prac in Nurs Leadership (M 4:00-9:00;
T 7:00-4:00) (3)
Issues la Nursing (Th 4:00) (1)
Issues In Nursing (T 4:00) (1)
Issues in Nursing (T 4:00) (1)
Research in Nurs (F 1:00-3:00) (2)
(F 1:00-3:00) (2)
(F 1:00-3:00) (2)
(Th 2:00-4:00; F 10:00-
12:00) (4)
Prac Man Hlth Nsg Com (TW 9:00-4:00;
Th 9:00-1:00) (4)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
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Theory of Nurs (Th 5:00 - 7:00) (2)
Role Develop Nurs Leader (W 3:00 - 5:00) (2)
Org Con for Nurs (M 3:00 - 5:00) (2)
Nurs Assessment (T 5:00 - 7:00) (2)
Nurs Assess L (I 7:00 - 9:00) (2)
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Gtorr is Nurs (T 5:00 - 8:00) (3)
Ivml la Murs (Th 5:00 - 8:00) (3)
ReadingsResearch (M 3:00 - 5:00) (2)
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Research in Nurs
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Funct Role Develop Prac (TBA)
Funct Role Develop Prac (TBA)
Funct Role Develop Prac (TBA)
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Res ReportThesis (M 5:00 - 7:
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Res ReportThesis (TBA) (1)
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48 3001 2 Agents (TTh 1:00 - 3:00) (2)
48 3010 1 Theory I (T 11:00 - 12:00) (2)
48 3011 1 Theory I Lab (T 10:00 - 11:00;
Th 10:00 - 12:00)
48 4010 1 Theory III (M 4:00 - 5:00; F 8:00 - 9:00) (3)
48 4011 1 Theory III Lab (T 3:30 - 5:30;
F 9:00 - 10:00)
48 4030 1 Theory V (TTh 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
48 4020 1 Seminar I (F 10:00 - 12:00) (1)
48 4521 1 Prof Lit (Th 3:30 - 5:30) (2)
48 4992 1 FW I Psych (TBA) (1)
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Public Budget & Fin (W 6:30 - 9:30) (3)
Urban Policy Adm (M 6:30 - 9:30) (3)
Interns Pub
interns Pub
Interns Pub
Independent
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Adm II (TBA) (2)
Adm III (TBA) (3)
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Research (TBA) (3)
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(MWF 2:00 - 3:00) (3)
Man and the State fttWF 1:00 - 2:00) (3)
Intro to Logic (TTh 9:30 - 10:45) (3)
Intro to Logic (TTh 11:00 - 12:15) (3)
Intro to Logic (TTh 12:30 - 1:45) (3)
Intro to Logic (MWF
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2:00 - 3:00) (3)
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(MWF 9:00 -
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Intro to Phil of Art (MWF 12:00 - 1:00) (3)
Phil Perspec of Sex (MWF 9:00 - 10:00) (3)
Intro Phil of Sport (MWF 10:00 - 11:00) (3)
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Ancient Phil (MWF 2:00 - 3:00) (3)
Modern Phil (MWF 1:00 - 2:00) (3)
World Religions (MWF 11:00 - 12:00) (3)
Intro Crit Thinking 0(WF 11:00 - 12:00) (3)
Moral Prob in Med (MWF 9:00 - 10:00) (3)
Moral Prob in Med (MWF 10:00 - 11:00) (3)
Plato (TTh 9:30 - 10:45) (3)
Existentialism (T 7:00 - 9:30) (3)
Kant and Ger Idealism (TTh 2:00 - 3:15) (3)
Semantics (TTh 11:00 - 12:15) (3)
Mathematical Logic (TTh 12:30 - 1:45) (3)
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Found Phye Lab (TTh 10:30 - 11:30) (1)
Found Phye Lab (TTh 11:30 - 12:30) (1)
Found Phye Lab (TTh 12:30 - 1:30) (1)
Found Phye Lab (TTh 1:30 - 2:30) (1)
Elem Basketball (MW 2:00 - 3:00) (1)
Elem Swim (MW 10:00 - LUQ0) (1)
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Badminton (TTh 12:00 - 1:00) (1)
Volleyball (TTh 8:30-9:30) (1)
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S & M - Gymnastics (MW 8:00 - 9:50) (2)
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Adv. Life Saving (MW 2:00 - 3:30) (2)
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Wat Saft Inst Course (MWF 3:30 - 6:00) (3)
Rum Kinetics & Mot Lrng (MW 10:00 - 10:50;
F 10:00 - 11:50) (3)
Hum Kinetics & Mot Lrng (MW 10:00 - 10:50;
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Coaching Theories (TTh 2:00 - 3:00) (2)
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Meth Teach Phye (JN-F 8:00 - 9:15) (3)
Math Teach Phye (M-F 8:00-9:15) (J)
Organ 6 Adm Fhye (MWF 10:00 - 11:00) (3)
Tests 6 Meas Phye (f 8:00 - 9:00;
Th 8:00 - 9:50) (2)
Phys of Exercise (MW 12:00 - 12:50;
F UtQO - 1:50) 3
PER Meat Retard (TTh 8:00 - 9:15) (3)
PR Meat Retard (MWF 1:00 - 2:00) (3)
Adm Phye 6 Athl (M 6:30 - 9:30) 3
Hist � PM1 Phye (MWF 9:00 - 10:00) (3)
Adv Tests 8 Has �m 8:00 - 9:00) (3)
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2 Class meets from November 10 to December 8
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to October 15 (MW) or October 16 (TTh)
4 Classes meet from October 20 (MW) or October 21 (TTh)
to December 8 (MW) or December 9 (TTh)
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Phys & the Univ (TTh 2:00-3:15) (4)
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Gen Physics I (MWF 12:00) (3)
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Gen Phys 1 Lab (M 2:00-4:00) (1)
Gen Phys 1 Lab (M 4:00-6:00) (1)
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Radiation Tech (TTh 12:00) (3)
Radiation Tech Lab (Th 3:00-5:00)
Exp Physics III (W 2:00-4:00) (1)
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Quan Mechanics I (MWF 11:00) (3)
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State 6. Local Govt (MWF 9:00) (3)
State & Local Govt (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Civil Liberties (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Internation Relations (MWF 11:00) (3)
Internation Relations (MWF 1:00) (3)
Political Theory (MWF 12:00) (3)
Political Issues (MWF 1:00) (3)
Political Parties (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Amer Legislature (MWF 11:00) (3)
Amer Judiciary (MWF 10:00) (3)
West Europe Pol Syst (MWF 9:00) (3)
Urban Politics (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Public Admin (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Covt Personnel Adm (MWF 11:00) (3)
Middle East Pol Sys (MWF 12:00) (3)
Intl Organization (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Am Political Thought (MWF 9:00) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (1)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Directed Readings (TBA) (1)
Directed Readings (TBA) (2)
Honors I (TBA) (3)
Internship Pub Adm I (TBA) (1)
Internship Pub Adm II (TBA) (1)
Sem in Amer Govt (T6:30-9:30) (3)
Research in Pol Sc (M 2:00-5:00) (3)
Sem Intern Org (W 2:00-5:00) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
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PADM (Public Administration)�See Page 13
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55 3200 1 Therap Rec (MWF 9:00) (3)
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55 3300 1 For Rec & Nat Res Mgmt (TTh 3:00-4:40) (4)
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55 4601 1 Sr Seminar in Rec (M 1:00-2:40) (2)
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Experimental Lab (T 1:00-4:00) (0)
Social (MWF 9:00) (3)
Social (MWF 10:00) (3)
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Learning (MWF 10:00) (3)
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Research I (TBA) (2)
Research II (TBA) (2)
Readings I (TBA) (1)
Readings II (TBA) (1)
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Field Experience (TBA) (1)
Field Experience (TBA) (1)
Field Experience (TBA) (1)
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Intro Psyc Testing (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Intro Psyc Testing (WF 2:00-3:15) (3)
Meth Human Meas (MWF 11:00) (3)
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Cont Mgt in Classroom (MWF 1:00) (3)
Cont Mgt in Classroom (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Psyc of Sex Behav (MWF 9:00) (3)
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Abnormal OWF 11:00) (3)
Exceptional Child (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Exceptional Child (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
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Field Experience (TBA) (1)
Field Experience (TBA) (1)
Tech for Sch Psyc (WF 9:30-11:10) (4)
Adv Educational (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
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Motivation (WF 2:00-3:15) (3)
Adv Stat Res Des (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Grp Proc Beh Dist Child (WF 4:00) (2)
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1 Indep Study II (TBA) (3)
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Intr Aud Vis Instr (MTWThF 12:00) (2)
Intr Aud Vis Inst (MTWThF 12:00) (2)
Intr Aud Vis Instr (MTWThF 1:00) (2)
Intr Aud Vis Instr (MTWThF 1:00) -
Intr Aud Vis Instr (MTWThF 2:00) (2)
Intr Aud Vis Instr (T 6:30-9:30) (2)
Itr A��f r� r�er W 6:30-9:30 (2)
Intr Aud Vis Tnstr (Th 6:30-9:30) (2)
The Second Sch (MTWThF 8:00-9:30) (3)
The Second Sch (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
The Second Sch (MTWThF il:00-12:30) (3)
The Second Sch (MTWThF 12:30-2:00) (3)
The Second Sch (MTWThF 2:30-4:00) (3)
Obs Sup Teh Hi Sch (TBA) (8)
Educ Comm Meth Mat (TBA) (3)
Des Mult Inst Mat (W 6:30-9:30)
Intro Educ TV (W 3:00-6:00) (3)
Hist & Phil Educ (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Founda Curric Devel (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Founds Curric Devel (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Statistics in Educ (TBA) (2)
Eval of Educ Media (TBA) (3)
Mgt Educ Media Ctrs (TBA) (3)
Media Prog Ind Sch (TBA) (3)
Fid Prob Educ Comm (TBA) (3)
Inst Dev Educ Comm (TBA) (3)
Founda Amer Educ (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Intro to Resrch (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Intro to Resrch (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Intro to Resrch (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Intro to Resrch (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Meets Angu8t 28 through October 3, 1980
SLAPSpeech. Language & Auditory Pathology) - 62
Prin of Comm (MWF 10:00) (3)
Comm Disorders (M 6:30-9:00) (2)
Coma Disorders (TTh 9:30-10:30) (2)
Speech Pathology (MWF 9:00-11:00) (5)
Intro Sign Lang (TTh 4:00-5:30) (3)
(TTh 4:00-5:30) (3)
(TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
(3)
(3)
Inter Sign Lang (TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
(3)
61 32721
61 32722
61 32723
61 32724
61 32725
61 32726
61 32727
61 32728
61 32729
61 327210
61 327211
61 327212
61 327213
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61 32 7215
61 327216
61 327217
61 33251
61 33252
61 33253
61 33254
61 33255
61 43241
61 53211
61 53741
61 54921
61 64231
61 64241
61 64242
61 64301
61 64311
61 64321
61 64331
61 64341
61 64351
61 64541
61 64801
61 64802
61 64803
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62 20001
62 21001
62 21002
62 30001
62 30011
62 30012
62 30013
62 30014
62 30021
62 30022
62 30023
62 32251
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62 60031
62 61001
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62 61061
62 61091
62 62251
62 62261
62 62271
62 62281
62 62301
62 62311
62 62321
62 62331
62 65201
62 65211
62 65221
62 65231
62 69901
62 69911
62 69951
62 69961
62 69971
Intro Sign Lang
Intro Sign Lang
Intro Sign Lang (TTh 1:00-2:30)
Inter Sign Lang (TTh 4:00-5:30)
Inter Sign Lang (TTh 4:00-5:30)
Lab In Clin Pract (W 4:00) (0)
Clinic Practlcum (W 4:00) (3)
Spec Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
Spec Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
Spec Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
Lang Dis in Children (TTh 11:00) (2)
Meth Clin Audiology (T 1:00-4:00) (3)
Seminar in Audiology (Th 1:00-4:00) (3)
Seminar in Audiology (MVF 11:00) (3)
Hearing Rehab (T 1:00-4:00) (3)
Lang Develop (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Voice Science (V 1:00-4:00) (3)
Sea Ora Fac Anomalies (M 3:00-6:00) (3)
Sea Fluency Disorders (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Motor Speech (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Clin Practice in Sp (V 4:00) (1)
Clin Practice in Sp Of 4:00) (2)
Clin Practice In Sp (V 4:00) (3)
Lab Clin Pract In Sp (V 4:00) (0)
Clin Practice in Aud (TV 4:00) (1)
Clin Practice in Aud (TV 4:00) (2)
Clin Practice in Aud (TW 4:00)
Lab Clin Pract in Aud (V 4:00)
Master of Scie Paper (HA) (2)
(3)
(0)
Read Sp Hrg Research (TBA)
Read Sp Hrg Research (TBA)
Read Sp Hrg Research (TBA)
Internship (TBA) (2)
Internship (TBA) (2)
Theaie Sp Hrg (TBA) (3)
Thesis Sp Hrg (TBA) (3)
Thesis Sp Hrg (TBA) (3)
(1)
(2)
(3)
SOCI (Sociology) - 63
63 10251
63 10252
63 10253
63 10254
63 21101
63 21102
63 21103
63 21104
63 2110S
63 21106
63 21107
63 2110�
Courtship & Marriage (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Courtship 4 Marriage (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Courtship & Marriage (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Courtship 4 Marriage (MW? 1:00) (3)
Intr Sociology (HOT 8:00) (3)
Intr Sociology (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
Intr Sociology 0 9:00) '(3)
Iatr Sociology (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Xatr Sociology (MOT 10:00) (3)
Iatr Sociology (MOT 11:00) (3)
Intr Sociology (TTa 11:00-12:15) (3)
Iatr Sociology (MW 12:0�) (3)
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63 2110
63 2110
63 2110
63 2110
63 2110
63 2110
63 2111
63 2111
63 2111
63 3213
63 3214
63 3222
63 3225
63 3234
63 3289
63 3327
63 4325
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63 4345
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63 4370
63 4521
63 4522
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63 5313
63 5318
63 5331
63 5385
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63 6431
63 6459
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9
10
11
12
13
14
1
2
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
IntT Sociology (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Intr Sociology (MW? 1:00) (3)
Intr Sociology (KWF 2:00) (3)
Intr Sociology (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Intr Sociology (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Intr Sociology (MWF 10:00) (3)
Modern Social Prob (MWF 11:00) (3)
Modern Social Prob (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Modern Social Prob (MWF 1:00) (3)
Intr Quant Soci (MWF 9:00) (3)
Intr Quant Soci Lab (TBA) (0)
Rural Sociology (MWF 9:00) (3)
Urban Sociology (MWF 11:00) (3)
Symbolic Interaction (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Comm Organization (MWF 1:00) (3)
Intr Medical Soci (MWF 1:00) (3)
Marriage & Family (TTh 3:30-4:45) (3)
Criminology (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Adv Principles (MWF 10:00) (3)
Racial & Cult MIN (TTh 11:00) (2)
Social Stratif (MWF 12:00) (3)
Meth of Social Research (MWF 9:00) (3)
Read in Sociology (TBA) (1)
Read in Sociology (TBA) (1)
Read in Sociology (TBA) (3)
Applied Social Stat (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Applied Social Stat Lab (TBA) (0)
Soc Aspects of Death & Dying (W 2:00-5:00)(3)
Juvenile Deliquency (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Hist of Sociology (MWF 11:00) (3)
Research Marriage Prob (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Sem Deviant Behav (TTh 3:30-4:45) (3)
Sera Mod Social Theory (Th 2:00-5:00) (3)
Read in Sociology (TBA) (1)
Read in Sociology (TBA) (2)
Read in Sociology (TBA) (3
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
By special permission of instructor and approval of
departmental chairman
SOCW (Social Work) - 64
COURSE SECTION
NO. NO.
64 1000 1 Intro to Soc Work (TTh 8:00) (2)
64 1000 2 Intro to Soc Work (TTh 12:30) (2)
64 2000 1 Intro to Soc Welfare (TTh 9:30) (2)
64 2000 2 Intro to Soc Welfare (TTh 12:30) (2)
64 2001 1 Fundamentals of Interv (TTh 9:30) (2)
64 2001 2 Fundamentals of Interv (W 3:00-5:00) (2)
64 3001 1 Soc Welf Leg & Case Law (MW 3:00-5:00) (4)
64 3001 2 Soc Welf Leg & Case Law (TTh 3:30-5:30) (4)
64 3002 1 Soc Welf & Pol Issues (MTWTh 11:00) (4)
64 3003 1 Proc Soc Work Intervent (TTh 9:00-11:00)(4)
64 3003 2 Proc Soc Work Intervent (TTh 2:00-4:00) (4)
64 4000 1 Org & Mgmt Soc Welf Syst (M 1:00-4:00) (3)
64 4001 1 Persp Death & Dying for S W (M 6:30-9:30)(3)
64 4002 1 Crisis Interv (W 2:00-5:00) (3)
64 4990
64 4990
64 5001
64 5001
64 5002
64 5003
64 5004
64 5005
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
Fid Educ & S�� (M 9:00-12:00) (10)
Fid Educ & Sem (M 9:00-12:00) (10)
Hum Beh & Soc Envir (W 9:30-12:30) (3)
Hum Beh & Soc Envir (Th 12:30-3:30) (3)
Com Serv Child (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Proc Grp Interv (F 8:00-11:00) (3)
Family Couns (M 1:00-4:00) (3)
Com Prof & Dev Soc W Aging (T 6:30-9:30)(3)
SPNI (Spanish) - 65
65 1001
65 1001
65 1001
65 1001
65 1001
65 1001
65 1002
65 1002
65 1002
65 1002
65 1002
65 1003
65 1003
65 1003
65 1003
65 1004
65 1004
65 2103
65 2116
65 2228
65 3216
65 3231
65 3233
65 4323
65 5370
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Elem Span (MWF 9:00) (3)
Elm Span (MWF 10:00) (3)
Elem Span (MWF 11:00) (3)
Elem Span (MWF 12:00) (3)
Elem Span (MWF 1:00) (3)
Elem Span (MWF 2:00) (3)
Elem Span (MWF 9:00) (3)
Elem Span (MWF 10:00) (3)
Elem Span (MWF 11:00) (3)
Elem Span (MWF 12:00) (3)
Elem Span (MWF 1:00) (3)
Intern Span (MWF 9:00) (3)
Interm Span (MWF 10:00) (3)
Interm Span (MWF 12:00) (3)
Interm Span (MWF 1:00) (3)
Interm Span (MWF 10:00) (3)
Interm Span (MWF 11:00) (3)
Review of Grammer (MWF 11:00) (3)
Span-Am Civilization (TTh 11:00) (2)
Intro to Study of Lit (T 2:00) (1)
Adv Grammar & Comp (TTh 9:30) (2)
Span Lit Origins-1499 (MWF 1:00) (3)
Span Lit 1681-Present (TTh 12:30-1:45)(3)
Meth Tchng Frgn Lang (MWF 10:00) (3)
Don Quixote (T 6:30-8:30) (2)
SPCH (Speech) - 66
66 2000
66 2001
66 2001
66 2001
66 2001
66 2001
66 2001
66 2001
66 2001
66 2001
66 2001
66 2001
66 2001
66 2001
66 2001
66 2001
66 2001
66 2001
66 2001
66 2001
66 2002
66 2002
66 2002
1
1
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5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
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14
15
16
17
18
19
1
2
3
Bcasting Wrkshp (TBA) (1)
Voice & Diction (TTh 10:00) (2)
& Diction (TTh 11:00) (2)
�, Diction (TTh 12:00) (2)
& Diction (TTh 1:00) (2)
& Diction (TTh 10:00) (2)
& Diction (TTh 11:00) (2)
& Diction (TTh 1:00) (2)
& Diction (WF l2:0p) (2)
& Diction (TTh 9:00) (2)
& Diction (TTh 10:00) (2)
& Diction (TTh 1:00) (2)
& Diction (WF 9:00) (2)
& Diction (WF 12:00) (2)
5, Diction (TTh 10:00) (2)
& Diction (TTh 11:00) (2)
& Diction (TTh 1:00) (2)
& Diction (WF 11:00) (2)
& Diction (MW 2:00) (2)
& Diction (WF 11:00) (2)
& Diet Majors (MWF 9:00) (3)
& Diet Majors (MWF 11:00) (3)
& Diet Majors (MWF 1:00) (3)
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
66 2013
66 2013
66 2080
66 2080
66 2080
66 3000
66 3004
66 3004
66 3018
66 3020
66 3022
66 4000
1
2
1
2
3
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
Fund of Broadcasting (TTh 12:00) (2)
Fund of Broadcasting (TTh 9:00) (2)
Business 4 Prof Spch (TTh 10:00) (2)
Business & Prof Spch (TTh 11:00) (2)
Business & Prof Spch (WF 9:00) (2)
Bcasting Workshop (TBA) (1)
Public Speaking (WF 11:00) (2)
Public Speaking (WF 12:00) (2)
Radio Production (WF 10:00-11:30)
Motion Pics for TV (MW 2:00-3:30)
TV Production (TTh 2:00-3:30) (3)
Bcasting Workshop (TBA) (1)
(3)
(3)
SPED (Special Education) - 67
6721011
6721012
6721021
6721022
6732011
Intro to Except Chil (MWF 9:00) (3)
Intro to Except Chil (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Intro to Mental Ret (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Intro to Mental Ret (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Meth Mat MR I (MWF 9:00) (3)
Special Education (Continued) - 67
COURSE SECTION
NO.NO.
67 32012
67 32013
67 43011
67 43021
67 43251
67 51011
67 51021
67 51031
67 55011
67 55021
67 61011
67 62011
67 62012
67 62031
67 63021
67 69901
67 69911
67 69921
67 69931
Meth Mat MR I,(MWF 11:00) (3)
Meth Mat MR I(MWF 12:00) (3)
Rein Rdg Handicap (MW 10:00-12:30, Aug. 28-
Oct. 3) (2)
Educ and Retardation (MW 1:00-3:30,Aug.28-
Oct. 3) (2)
Obs Supv Tchg Sp Ed (TBA) (8)
Intro Except Child (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Perspectives in MR (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Test & Meas Sp Ed (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Minor Prob Spec Ed (TBA) (3)
Minor Prob Spec Ed (TBA) (3)
Intro to Learn Disab (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Meth Mat LD Child I (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Meth Mat LD Child I (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Adv Meth Mat MR I (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Research in Spec Ed (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Practicum in LD I (TBA) (2)
Practicum in LD II (TBA) (2)
Internship in MR I (TBA) (2)
Internship in MR II (TBA) (2)
TECH (Technology) - 68
68 4100 1 Intern in Tech Teach (TBA) (8)
68 5300 1 Mid Grades Occup Expl (T 5:00-8:00)
Same as Home 5300
(3)
Summer School Schedule
ACCT (ACCOUNTING) - 01
FIRST TERM
Financial Accounting (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Financial Accounting (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Managerial Accounting (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Managerial Accounting (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Inter Accounting I (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Cost Accounting (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Cost Accounting Theory (M-TH 6:30 - 8:25) (3)
SECOND TERM
Financial Accounting (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Managerial Accounting (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Managerial Accounting (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Inter Accounting II (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Income Tax I (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
ANTH (ANTHROPOLOGY) - 03
FIRST TERM
03 1000 Intro Anthropology (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
03 1000 Intro Anthropology (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
03 2010 Societies, World (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
SECOND TERM
03 1000 Intro Anthropology (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
03 2010 Societies, World (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
012401
012401
012521
012521
013551
013621
016811
012401
012521
012521
013561
013901
ART (ART) - 04
04 1001
04 1001
04 1001
04 1010
04 1910
04 1910
04 2100
04 2110
04 2610
04 2750
04 3100
04 3110
04 3120
04 3500
04 3600
04 3850
04 4100
04 4110
04 4120
04 4620
04 4630
04 4640
04 5110
04 5500
04 6100
04 6101
04 6102
04 6103
04 6104
04 6105
04 6106
04 6107
04 6600
04 6601
04 6602
04 6603
04 6604
04 6605
04 6606
04 6607
FIRST TERM
Color & Design (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Color & Design (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Color & Design (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
3-D Design (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Art Appreciation (M-F 9:00 - 10:00) (2)
Art Appreciation (M-F 10:00 - 11:00) (2)
Ceramics Studio I (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Ceramics Studio II (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Printmaking Studio II (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Descriptive Drawing (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
Ceramics Studio III (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Ceramics Studio IV (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Ceramics Studio V (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Printmaking Studio III (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Art in Elem. School (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Ceramics Studio VI (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Ceramics Studio VII (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Ceramics Studio VIII (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Printmaking Studio VII (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Printmaking Studio VIII (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Printmaking Studio IX (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Ceramics Studio IX (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Prob. in Ceramics (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
in Ceramics (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
in Ceramics (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Prob. in Ceramics (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Prob. in Ceramics (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Prob. in Ceramics (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Prob. in Ceramics (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Prob. in Ceramics (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Prob. in Printmaking (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) 3
Prob. in Printmaking (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) 3
Prob. in Printmaking (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) 3)
Prob. in Printmaking (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) 3
Prob. in Printmaking (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Prob. in Printmaking (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Prob. in Printmaking (M-F 8:00 - 9:30 3
Prob. in Printmaking (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Prob.
Prob.
04 1001
04 1001
04 1010
04 3500
04 3850
04 5500
SECOND TERM
Color & Design (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Color & Design (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
3-D Design (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Art in Elem. School (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
BIOL (BIOLOGY) - 09
FIRST TERM
09 1050 Prin Biol I (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
09 1051 Prin Biol I Lab (MWF 1:00 - 4:00) (1)
09 1051 Prin Biol I Lab (MWF 1:00 - 4:00) (1)
09 1080 Gen Zoology (M-F 8:00 - 10:00) (5)
09 1081 Gen Zoology Lab (MWF 1:30 - 4:30) (0)
09 2120 Hu Phys and Anat (M-F 8:00 - 10:00) (4)
09 2121 Hu Phys and Anat Lab (MWF 1:30 - 4:30) (1)
09 3310 Cell Phys (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (4)
09 3311 Cell Phys Lab (MWF 1:30 - 4:30) (0)
09 3400 Biol Fid Stu Coas Plain (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (3)
09 3401 Biol Fid Stu Coas Pin Lab (TTH 12:30 - 5:00) (0)
09 3550 Biol Honors (TBA) (1)
09 4504 Res Prob Biol (TBA) (2)
09 4514 Res Prob Biol (TBA) (2)
09 4550 Biol Honors (TBA) (2)
09 5250 Ecology (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (4)
09 5251 Ecology Lab (MWF 1:30 - 4:30) (0)
09 5300 Genetics (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
09 5995 Internship (TBA) (1)
09 6003 Seminar (TBA) (1)
09 6504 Res Prob Biol (TBA) (2)
09 6514 Res Prob Biol (TBA) (2)
09 6994 Internship (TBA) (1)
09 6995 Thesis (TBA) (3)
09 69 Thesis (TBA) (3)
09 6999 Residence (TBA) (0)
SECOND TERM
09 1050 Prin Biol I (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
09 1051 Prin Biol I Lab (MWTH 1:00 - 4:00) (1)
09 1060 Environ Biol (M-F 8:00 - 10:00) (4)
09 1061 Environ Biol Lab (MWTH 1:00 - 4:00) (1)
09 1070 General Botany (M-F 8:00 - 10:00) (5)
09 1071 General Botany Lab (MWTH 1:00 - 4:00) (0)
09 2120 Hu Phys and Anat (M-F 11:20 - 1:20) (4)
09 2121 Hu Phys and Anat Lab (MWTH 1:30 - 4:30) (1)
09 3550 Biol Honors (TBA) (1)
09 4504 Res Prob Biol (TBA) (2)
, 09 4514 Res Prob Biol (TBA) (2)
09 4550 Biol Honors (TBA) (2)
09 5490 Biol Elec Micros (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (5)
09 5491 Biol Elec Micros LaB (M plus 6 hrs TBA) (0)
09 5995 Intership (TBA) (1)
09 6003 Seminar (TBA) (1)
09 6020 Marine Biol (TTH 1:30 - 4:30) (3)
09 6021 Marine Biol Lab (WF 1:30 - 4:30) (0)
09 6504 Res Prob Biol (TBA) (2)
09 6514 Res Prob Biol (TBA) (2)
09 6994 Internship (TBA) (2)
09 6995 Thesis (TBA) (3)
09 69 Thesis (TBA) (3)
09 6999 Residence (TBA) (0)
BUED (BUSINESS EDUCATION) - 11
FIRST TERM
11 3225 Ofc Sim & Word Processing (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
SECOND TERM
11 3291 Intern Sup Wk Exp (TBA) (1)
11 3292 Intern Sup Wk Exp (TBA) (2)
11 3293 Intern Sup Wk Exp (TBA) (3)
11 3294 Intern Sup Wk Exp (TBA) (4)
11 6401 , Areas of Dist: Functions (MF 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
11 6475 Org&AdmofOccDlst&OffEdPrograms(M-F8:00-9:30)(3)
11 6476 Coordination Techniques (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
11 6492 lob Anal & Curr Devel (M-F 2:40 - 4:10) (3)
11 6495 Trends, Issues, & Voca Philosophy (M-F 11:20 -12:50) (3)
BUSA (BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) - 12
FIRST TERM
12 2242
12 3242
12 3242
12 3352
12 3722
12 3832
12 3832
Legal Envir Bus (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Organizational Mgt (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Organizational Mgt (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
Internationa! Bus (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
Operations Mgt (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Marketing Mgt (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Marketing Mgt (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
12 4362
12 4462
12 4732
12 4752
12 4842
12 4852
12 2242
12 3242
12 3722
12 3722
12 3832
12 4352
12 4562
12 4662
12 4732
12 4842
12 6722
12 6822
Retail Mgt (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Manpower Mgt (M-F 2:40 - 4:10) (3)
Consumer Behavior (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Adv & Promotion Mgt (M-F 9.40 - 11:10) (3)
Bus Policy (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Princ of Real Estate (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
SECOND TERM
Legal Envir Bus (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Organizational Mgt (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Operations Mgt (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Operations Mgt (M-F 2:40 - 4:10) (3)
Marketing Mgt (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Selling and Sales Mgt (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Marketing Strategy (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Marketing Research (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Consumer Behavior (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Bus Policy (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
Bus Policies (MTWTH 6:30 - 8:18) (3)
Marketing Mgt II (MTWTH 4:30 - 6:18) (3)
CHEM (CHEMISTRY) -13
FIRST TERM
13 0150 Prep Col Chem (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (2)
13 1120 Basic Gen & Org Chem (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
13 1121 Basic Gen & Org Chem Lab (MTTH 1:00 - 4:00) (1)
13 1150 Gen Chem & Qual Anal (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
13 1151 Gen Chem Qual Anal Lab (MTTH 1:00 - 4:00) (1)
13 2750 Organic Chem (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
13 2751 Organic Chem Lab (MTWTH 12:30 - 5:00) (2)
13 4505. Independent Study (TBA) (1)
13 4515 Research Probl Chem (TBA) (1)
13 5991 Indust Internship Chem (TBA) (1)
13 6500 Intro Research (TBA) (3)
13 6502 Research (TBA) (2)
13 6995 Thesis (TBA) (3)
13 6999 Residence (TBA) (0)
SECOND TERM
13 1020 Gen Descrip Chem (M-F 9:10 - 11:10) (4)
13 1160 Gen Chem & Qual Anal (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
13 1161 Gen Chem Qual Anal Lab (MTTH 1:00 - 4:00) (1)
13 1161 Gen Chem Qual Anal Lab (MTTH 1:00 - 4:00) (1)
13 2620 Basic Biochem (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
13 2621 Basic Biochem Lab (MTTH 1:00 - 4:00) (1)
13 2760 Organic Chem (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
13 2761 Organic Chem Lab (MTWTH 12:30 - 5:00) (2)
13 4505 Independent Study (TBA) (1)
13 4515 Research Probl Chem (TBA) (1)
13 5991 Indust Internship Chem (TBA) (1)
13 6500 Intro Research (TBA) (3)
13 6502 Research (TBA) (2)
13 6995 Thesis (TBA) (3)
13 6999 Residence (TBA) (0)
COAS (COASTAL & MARINE RESOURCES) -14
FIRST TERM
?14 5000 Ship & Underwater Tec (TBA) (2)
�14 5001 Coastal Marine Prob (TBA) (3)
�14 5002 Coastal Marine Prob (TBA) (3)
�14 5025 Man and the Sea Sem (TBA) (1)
�14 5026 Man and the Sea Sem (TBA) (1)
�Field School in Underwater History based at Edenton, NC; admission by permission of
instructor only.
SECOND TERM
No courses offered in this discipline this term
COED (COUNSELOR EDUCATION) - 15
FUtSTTERM
15 6406 Org & Adm Gutd Serv (MW 6:00 - 9:45) (3)
15 6483 Seminar - Coun Prob (M-F 1:00 - 4:00) (2) (June 3 -16)
��
SECONDTEUM
15 5360 Prin of Guidance (M-F 9:4� - 10:4�) (2)
15 6401 Anal Irufiv (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
IS 6482 Supv Prac Coun (M-F 11:2� - 4:00) (3)
15 6482 Supv Prac Coun1M-f 8:00 -11:20) (3)





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COHE (COMMUNITY HEALTH) - 16
FIRST TERM
16 4502 Independent Study (TBA) (1)
16 4990 Inter Comm Hlth Educ (TBA) (0)
16 6500 Independent Study (TP) (2)
16 6501 Independent Study (TB J ,)
16 6502 Independent Study (TBA) (3)
16 6990 Intern Comm Hlth (TBA) (3)
16 6991 Intern Comm Hlth (TBA) (3)
16 4502
16 4990
16 6500
16 6501
16 6502
16 6990
16 6991
SECOND TERM
Independent StudyPatient Educ (MTTH 8:30 - 12:20) (3)
Inter Comm Hlth Educ (TBA) (8)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Interns Comm Hlth (TBA) (3)
Interns Comm Hlth (TBA) (3)
CORS (CORRECTIONAL SERVICES) - 17
FIRST TERM
17 1000 Crim. Justice System (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
17 2000 The Crim. Offender (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
SECOND TERM
17 1000 Crim. Justice System (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
17 3001 Community Corrections (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
17 3002 Juv. Justice System (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
17 3003 Addict Crime & Criminal (M-F 2:40 - 4:10) (3)
17 3005 Police and the Community (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
CSCI (COMPUTER SCIENCE) - 18
FIRST TERM
18 1584 Linea Alg Com Applic (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
18 3600 Intro Digit Comput (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
SECOND TERM
18 3600 Intro Digit Comput (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
18 3601 Comp Org & Progr (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
18 3608 COBOL (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
DHEA (DIVISION OF HEALTH AFFAIRS) - 19
FIRST TERM
Ale. Hlth & Soc Prob. (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Human Sexual Dysfunc. (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (2)
Human Sexual Dysfunc. (MTTHF 9:40 - 10:55) (2)
Prev of Alch Abuse (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
SECOND TERM
Ale. Hlth & Soc Prob. (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Trt of Alcoholism (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
DRAM (DRAMA) - 20
192002
195000
195000
195096
192002
195094
20 1000
20 1000
20 1011
20 1013
20 1000
FIRST TERM
Intro to Theatre (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
Intro to Theatre (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (2)
Ballet I (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Jazz Dance I (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
SECOND TERM
Intro to Theatre (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (2)
DRED (DRIVER EDUCATION) - 21
FIRST TERM
21 2000 Intro. Driver Ed. (M-F 8:00
9:30) (3)
212210
212210
212210
212211
212211
212211
212220
212230
216420
216521
216522
216991
212000
212000
216415
216521
216522
216990
216991
Motorcycle Safety (TTh 11:20 - 12:50) (2)
Motorcycle Safety (TTH 1:00 - 2:30) (2)
Motorcycle Safety (TTH 2:40 - 4:10) (2)
Motorcycle Safety Lab (MWF 11:20 - 12:50) (0)
Motorcycle Safety. Lab (MWF 1:00 - 2:30) (0)
Motorcyle Safety Lab (MWF 2:40 - 4:10) (0)
Highway Trans. System (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (2)
Traffic Law (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (2)
Federal Prog. Hwy. Saf. (MWTH 6:30 - 9:30) (3)
Readings Dr. Traf. Saf. (TBA) (2)
Readings Dr. Traf. Saf. (TBA) (2)
Externship Dr. Traf. Sa. (TBA) (2)
SECOND TERM
Intro. Driver Ed. (M-F 8.00 - 9:30) (3)
Intro. Driver Ed. (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Human Factors in Dr. Ed. (MWTH 6:30 - 9:30) (3)
Readings Dr. & Tra. Saf. (TBA) (2)
Readings Dr. & Tra. Saf. (TBA) (2)
Externship Dr. & Tra. Saf. (TBA) (2)
Externship Dr. & Tra. Saf. (TBA) (2)
Oi)
ECON (ECONOMICS) - 22
222223
222223
222223
222283
222283
223243
223623
223623
224203
226823
222223
222283
223243
223243
223623
223623
224353
FIRST TERM
Intro Computers (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Intro Computers (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Intro Computers (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
Stat. Anal. I (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Stat. Anal. I (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Microeconomics (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Mgt Sci I (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Mgt Sci I (M-F 2:40 - 4:10) (3)
Labor Rel (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
Bus & Soc (MTWTH 4:30 - 6:25) (3)
SECOND TERM
Intro Computers .(M-F 1:00 -
Stat Anal I (M-F 8:00
Microeconomics (M-F
Microeconomics (M-F
Mgt Sci I (M-F 11:20
Mgt Sci I (M-F 2:40 -
2:30) (3)
� 9:30) (3)
9:40 - 11:10) (3)
1:00 - 2:30)(3)
12:50) (3)
4:10) (3)
I '
Und Countries (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
EDAD (EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION & SUPERVISION) - 23
FIRST TERM
Seminar-Supervision (M-F 1:00 - 4:00) (2) (June 11-24)
Elem Sch Admini (WTH 4:20 - 8:00) (3)
Public Sch Finance (MT 4:20 - 8:00) (3)
Sec School Admin (MT 4:20 -8:00) (3)
Prin Prac Supervision (WTH 4:20 - 8:00) (31
Intro Com Col & Ad Ed (MW 1:00 - 4:45) (3)
Dev Adult Ed Prog (TTH 4:20 - 8:00) (3)
Intro to School Law (WTH 4:20 - 8:00) (3)
Public Sch Admin (WTH 4:20 - 8:00) (3)
Staff Person Probl (MT 6:30 - 9:15) (2)
Issu Prob Research Ed (WTH 6:30 - 9:15) (2)
SECOND TERM
Home Sch Com Relat (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
Seminar-Supervision (WTH 4:20 - 7:00) (2)
Elem Sch Admin (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Public Sch Finance (WTH 4:20 - 8:00) (3)
Sec School Admin (WTH 6:00 - 9:45) (3)
The Adult Learner (MW 1:00 - 4:45) (3)
Intro to School Law (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Processes in Adult Ed (TTH 4:20 - 8:00) (3)
Seminar-Admin (M-F 11:20 - 2:00 (2) (July 7-18)
Prob in Educ Superv (MT 4:20 - 8:00) (3)
Adv Public Relations (WTH 4:20 - 7:00) (2)
EHLT (ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH) - 24
FIRST TERM
24 2100 Intro Environ Hlth (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (2)
236400
236406
236407
23 6409
23 6428
236479
236481
236483
237408
237410
237472
235334
236400
23 6406
23 6407
23 6409
236453
23 6483
23 6487
23 7400
237429
237460
24 3501
24 3502
24 4990
24 6501
24 6980
24 6995
24 3501
24 4991
24 6502
24 69
Prob in Environ Hlth (TBA) (2)
Prob in Environ Hlth (TBA) (3)
Environ Hlth Interns (TBA) (5)
Prob Research Environ Hlth (TBA) (2)
Environ Hlth Prac (TBA) (6)
Ti.esis (TBA) (3)
SECOND TERM
Prob in Environ Hlth (TBA) (2)
Environ Hlth Interns (TBA) (5)
Prob Research Environ Hlth (TBA) (2)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
ELEM (ELEMENTARY EDUCATION) - 25
25 2101
25 3203
25 3204
25 4340
25 4341
25 4342
25 4343
25 4344
25 4345
25 4346
25 4347
25 4348
25 4532
25 4533
25 4534
25 5316
25 6416
25 6417
25 6425
25 6488
25 4532
25 4533
25 4534
25 5306
25 5309
25 5310
25 5312
25 5313
25 5313
25 5316
25 5317
25 6405
25 6415
25 6416
25 6417
25 6418
25 6419
25 6425
FIRST TERM
Intro to Educ (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
Lang Arts LEG (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (4)
Fund of Reading (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Obs & Stu Teh Kind (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh LEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh LEG (TBA) (4)
Stu Teh LEG (TBA) (4)
(4)
Obs &
Obs & Stu Teh
UEG (TBA)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA) (4)
Prob in Educ (TBA) (1)
Prob in Educ (TBA) (1)
Prob in Educ (TBA) (1)
Applied Phonics (MW 5:00 - 8:45) (3)
Prob Lo Elem Grades (TBA) (3)
Prob Upper Elem Grades (MW 5:00 - 8:45) (3)
Elem Sch Curr (TTH 5:00 - 8:45) (3)
Adv Lang Arts Elem Sc (TTH 5:00 - 8:45) (3)
SECOND TERM
Prob in Educ (TBA) (1)
Prob in Educ (TBA) (1)
Prob in Educ (TBA) (1)
Soc Studies in Elem Sc (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Founda Curr Er Chi Ed (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Teh Eval Et Chi Ed (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Improv Read Instr (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Read Remed & Prac (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
Read Remed & Prac (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
Applied Phonics (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Read Jr & Sr Hi Sch (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
Invest Teh Reading (M-F 9:40 -12:50) (3) (June 26-July 17)
Tech of Teh Elem Sch (M-F 1:00 - 4:10) (3) (June 26-July 17)
Prob Lo Elem Grades (TBA) (3)
Prob Upper Elem Grades (TBA) (3)
Read-The Learn Bases (M-F 1:00 - 4:10) (3) (June 26-July 17)
Foundations of Read (M-F 9:40 -12:50) (3) (June 26-July 17)
Elem Sch Curr (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
ENGL (ENGLISH) - 26
FIRST TERM
26 1100 Composition (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
26 1100 Composition (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
26 1200 Composition (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
26 1200 Composition (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
26 1200 Composition (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
26 1200 Composition (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
26 2200 Major Amer Writers (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
26 220C Major Amer Writers (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
26 2200 Major Amer Writers (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
26 2750 Gram Ling Elem Maj (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
26 2750 Gram Ling Elem Maj (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
26 3270 Frontier Am Lit (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
26 3570 American Folklore (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
26 3570 American Folklore (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
26 3880 Writ Bus & Industry (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
26 4090 Shakespeare Tragedies (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
26 4120 18th Cent Lit (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
26 4200 Amer Lit: 1800-1865 (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
26 4510 Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
26 4520 Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
26 4950 Lit for Children (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
26 4950 Lit for Children (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
26 5700 Ling & Cult Hist (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
26 6995 Thesis (TBA) (3)
26 6996 Thesis (TBA) (3)
26 6999 Residence (TBA) (0)
SECOND TERM
26 1100 Composition (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
26 1200 Composition (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
26 1200 Composition (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
26 1200 Compositon (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
26 2200 Major Amer Writers (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
26 2200 Major Amer Writers (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
26 2750 Gram Ling Elem Maj (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
26 2750 Gram Ling Elem Maj (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
26 3420 Short Story (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
26 3460 Classical Myth (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
26 3570 American Folklore (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
26 3570 American Folklore (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
26 3570 American Folklore (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
26 3880 Writ Bus & Ind (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
26 4010 Medieval Lit (M-F 9:40 - 11t10) (3)
26 4510 Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
26 4520 Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
26 4950 Lit for Children (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
26 5460 Early 20th Cent Poetry (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
26 6020 Chaucer (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
26 6200 Amer Renaissance (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
26 6995 Thesis (TBA) (3)
26 69 Thesis (TBA) (3)
26 6999 Residence (TBA) (0)
FINA (FINANCE) - 27
27 3724
27 3724
27 3724
27 4304
27 3724
27 3724
FIRST TERM
Financiat Mgt (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Financial Mgt (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Financial Mgt (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Investments (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
SECOND TERM
Financial Mgt (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Financial Mgt (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
FREN (FRENCH) - 28
FIRST TERM
28 1001Elem Fren (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
28 1002Elem Fren (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
28 1003Inter Fren (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
28 1004Inter Fren (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
SECOND TERM
28 1002Elem Fren (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
28 1004Inter Fren (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
GEOC (GEOGRAPHY) - 29
FIRST TERM
29 1000 Earth and Man (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
'29 1000 Earth and Man (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
29 2001 World Geog I (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
29 2003 Economic Geog (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
29 3046 U.S. & Canada (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
29 2008 Map Reading (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
29 4015 Soils (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
SECOND TERM
29 1000 Earth �nd Man (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
29 1000 Earth and Man (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3) .
29 2002 World Geog II (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
29 3005 Environ Resources (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
GEOL (GEOLOGY) - 30
FIRST TERM
Physical Geol (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Physical Geol Lab (MW 1:00 - 4:00) (1)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
SECOND TERM
Historical Geol (M-F 9.40 - 11:10) (3)
Historical Geol Lab (MW 1:00 - 4:00) (1)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
GERM (GERMAN) - 31
FIRST TERM
31 1003 Inter German (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
301500
301501
306995
30 69
301600
30 1601
30 6995
30 69
31 1004
SECOND TERM
Inter German (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
HIST (HISTORY) - 32
321040
321041
321050
321050
321051
321051
323050
323100
323120
32 4521
324522
325160
32 6693
326995
3269
326999
9 30) (3)
� 11:10) (3i
9:30i (3,
11:101 (3)
FIRST TERM
World Hist to 1500 (M-F 8:00
Hist Eur Since 1500 (M-F 9:40
Amer Hist to 1877 (M-F 8:00
Amer Hist to 1877 (M-F 9:40
Amer Hist Since 1877 (M-F 11:20 12:50) (3)
Amer Hist Since 1877 (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Represen Amer I (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
No. Carolina Hist (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Am Military Hst (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Directed Readings (TBA) (1)
Directed Readings (TBA) (1)
Am Marit Underwater His (TBA) (3)
Directed Research (TBA) (1)
Thesis (TBA) (2)
Thesis (TBA) (2)
Residence (TBA) (0)
�Field School in Maritime and Underwater History to be taught at Edenton SC
Admission by permission of instructor only.
SECOND TERM
32 1040 World Hist to 1500 (M-F 8.00 - 9:30) 3i
32 1041 Hist Eur Since 1500 (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
32 1050 Amer Hist to 1877 (M-F 8:00 - 9.30) (3)
32 1051 Amer Hist Since 1877(M-F 9:40 - 11:10) 3i
32 2140 Women in Amer Hist (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3i
32 3240 Age of FDR Era (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
32 4521 Directed Readings (TBA) (1)
32 4522 Directed Readings (TBA) (1)
32 5140 The Old South (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) Hi
32 6050 Prsm in Us Since 1929 (M-F 4:30-7:30) (3) (June 16-)uK 3.1980.
32 6993 Directed Research (TBA) (1)
32 6995 Thesis (TBA) (2)
32 6999 Residence (TBA) (0)
HLTH (HEALTH EDUCATION) - 33
FIRST TERM
Hlth Mod Society (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Society (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (2)
Hlth Mod Society (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (2)
Safety Educ & F.A. (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
Safety Educ & F.A. (M-F 9W40 - 10:40) (2)
. Rrmc Hlth Elem Sch (M-F 1:00 2:00) (2
Hlth Educ Prob (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Alcohol Hlth Educ (M-F 1:00 - 4:00) (3) (June 3-24 1980
Drug Educ (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
SECOND TERM
Hlth Mod Society (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Society (M-F 9:40 - 10.40) (2)
Safety Educ & F.A. (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
Safety Educ & F.A. (M-F 9:40 - 10.40) (2)
Prac Hlth Elem Sch (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (2)
HOME (HOME ECONOMICS) - 34
FIRST TERM
34 1151 Intro to Home Econ (TTH 1:00 - 2:15) (1)
34 2103 Family Relations (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
34 2105 Nutrition (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
331000
331000
331000
332125
332125
333244
334348
335345
335355
331000
331000
332125
332125
333244
34 2126
34 2134
34 2201
34 2202
34 3203
34 4500
34 4501
34 4502
34 4521
34 4990
34 5040
34 5321
34 5335
34 6500
34 65
34 i .1
34 6980
34 6981
34 6984
34 65
34 6986
34 67
34 6995
34 69
34 6999
34 1005
34 1086
34 2103
34 2180
34 2181
34 4500
34 4501
34 4502
34 4521
34 4990
34 5305
34 5313
34 6426
34 6500
34 6501
34 6502
34 6900
34 6961
34 6964
34 6985
34 6966
34 6967
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Consumer Affairs (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Textiles (MWF 1:00 - 3:00) (2)
Preschool Child (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (3)
Preschool Child Lab (TBA) (0)
Middle Childhood (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Readings in Home Econ (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in F & N (TBA) (4)
Special Fabric Const (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Adult Educ (MTWTH 1:00 - 2:30) (2)
Nutrition Educ (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Interns Child Sp I (TBA) (3)
Interns Child Sp II (TBA) (3)
Interns Home Econ Educ (TBA) (3)
Interns Home Econ Educ (TBA) (3)
Interns Food & Nutr (TBA) (3)
Interns Food & Nutr (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Residence (TBA) (0)
SECOND TERM
Food (M 8:00 - 10:00) (3)
Food Lab (MWTHF 8:00 - 10:00) (0)
Family Relations (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Interiors (M 1:00 - 3:00) (2)
Interiors Lab (TWTHF 1:00 - 3:00) (1)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Readings in Home Econ (TBA) (3)
Field Exper in F & N (TBA) (4)
Food Conservation (M-F 1:00 - 4:00) (3) (June 26-July 18)
Human Dev & Fam Rel (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Supervision (M-F 8:00 - 11:00) (3) (June 26-July 18)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Interns Child Sp I (TBA) (3)
Interns Child Sp It (TBA) (3)
Interns Home Econ Educ (TBA) (3)
Interns Home Econ Educ (TBA) (3)
Interns Food & Nutr (TBA) (3)
Interns Food 4 Nutr (TBA) (3)
Interns Housing Mgt (TBA) (31
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
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34 6999 Residence (TBA) (0)
HRPO (HEALTH PROFESSIONS) - 35
FIRST TERM
Comm Hlth & Org (MTTHF 1:00 - 2:15) (2)
Adm, Sup & Consult (MWF 9:40 - 12:30) (3)
Gross Anatomy (M-TH 9:00 - 10:00) (0)
Cross Anatomy Lab (M-TH 10:00 - 12:00) (0)
35 4300
35 4305
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�35 4311
35 2100
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SECOND TERM
Perspect in Hlth Care (MTTH 1:00 - 2:40) (2)
Gross Anatomy (M-TH 9:00 - 10:00) (5)
Gross Anatomy Lab (M-TH 10:90 - 12:00) (0)
8:00 - 10:00) (3)
3:00) (3)
�This course will run consecutively from May 20 - July 18 (8 weeks). Students must enroll
in both terms to receive credit.
INDT (INDUSTRIAL & TECHNICAL EDUCATION) - 37
FIRST TERM
37 1030 Engineer Graphics I (M-F 8:00 - 11:10) (4)
37 1040 Graphic Arts I (M-F 1:00 - 4:10) (4)
37 2030 Engineer Graphics II (M-F
37 3030 Arch Drafting (M-F 1:00 -
37 3090 Supv Work Exp (TBA) (2)
37 3091 Supv Work Exp (TBA) (2)
37 3092 Industrial Prod (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (2)
37 3094 Ind Maint Prac (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (2)
37 4290 Job Anal ProcApp (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
37 5500 Ind StudyGraph Comm (TBA) (3)
37 5501 Ind StudyVisual Comm (TBA) (3)
37 5502 Ind StudyElec Comm (TBA) (3)
37 5503 Ind StudyConst (TBA) (3)
37 5504 Ind StudyMfg (TBA) (3)
37 6104 Ind Ed Appren (TBA) (3)
37 6500 Spec Problnd Ed (TBA) (3)
37 6501 Spec Investlnd Ed (TBA) (3)
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SECOND TERM
37 1001 Industrial Crafts (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (2)
37 1050 Fund of Elect (M-F 8:00 - 10:40) (4)
37 3090 Supv Work Exp (TBA) (2)
37 3091 Supv Work Exp (TBA) (2)
37 3290 Tech Writing (M-F 1:00 - 3:00) (3)
37 3292 Ind Safety (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
37 4323 Methods of INDT (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
37 5500 Ind StudyGraph Comm (TBA) (3)
37 5501 Ind StudyVisual Comm (TBA) (3)
37 5502 Ind StudyElec Comm (TBA) (3)
37 5503 Ind StudyConst (TBA) (3)
37 5504 Ind StudyMfg (TBA) (3)
37 5550 Inst Aids & Dev (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
37 6001 Adm and Supv of INDT (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
37 6104 Ind Ed Appren (TBA) (3)
37 6500 Spec Prob Ind Ed (TBA) (3)
37 6501 Spec Investlnd Ed (TBA) (3)
JOUR (JOURNALISM) - 39
FIRST TERM
39 2000 Intro Mass Media (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
39 3100 Adv Reporting (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
39 4510 Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
39 4520 Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
SECOND TERM
No courses offered in this discipline this term.
LIBS (LIBRARY SCIENCE) - 41
FIRST TERM
Research SWls'jW-ri-136 "1:36)'W (fiine tfjuly 14)
Res Meth in Lib Sci (M-F 8:00 -11:00) (3) (June 4-June 24)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Readings Lib Sci (TBA) (1)
Internship (TBA) (2)
SECOND TERM
Research Skills (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (1) (June 30-July 14)
Foundations of Libs (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Cataloging & Class (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Lib Admin & Manage (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
Collection Building (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Adv Cat & Class (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Reading Libs (TBA) (1)
Internship (TBA) (2)
MATH (MATHEMATICS) - 42
FIRST TERM
42 0001 Math Learning Lab (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (0)
42 0001 Math Learning Lab (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (0)
42 0001 Math Learning Lab (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (0)
42 1063 College Algebra (M-F 8:00 - 10:30) (3)
42 1063 College Algebra (M-F 11:20 - 1:50) (3)
42 1065 College Algebra (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
42 1065 College Algebra (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
42 1075 Plane Trig (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
42 2119 Elem of Calculus (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
42 2127 Basic Cone Math I (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
42 2129 Basic Cone Math II (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
42 2182 Integr Calculus I (M-F 9:40 - 12:10) (5)
�42 3219 Teh Elem Math (MW 8:00 - 10:30) (3)
�42 3219 Teh Elem Math (MW 11:20 - 1:50) (3)
�42 3220 Teh Elem Math (TTH 8:00 - 10:30) (0)
�42 3220 Teh Elem Math (TTH 11:20 - 1:50) (0)
42 3228 Elem Statis Meth I (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
42 3228 Elem Statis Meth I (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
42 3263 Intro Mod Alge (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
�Students must enroll in same class section as Lab
SECOND TERM
42 0001 Math Learning Lab (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (0)
42 0001 Math Learning Lab (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (0)
42 1063 College Algebra (M-F 8:00 - 10:30) (3)
42 1065 College Algebra (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
42 1075 Plane Trig (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
42 2127 Basic Cone Math I (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
42 2129 Basic Cone Math II (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
42 2183 Integr Calculus II (M-F 9:40 - 12:10) (5)
42 3219 Teh Elem Math (MW 8:00 - 10:30) (3)
42 3220 Teh Elem Math (TTH 8:00 - 10:30) (0)
42 3228 Elem Statis Meth I (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
42 5801 Statis Theory I (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
42 6261 Diag Appro Teh Elem Ma (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
411000
416488
416500
416523
416990
411000
415101
415103
415116
415120
416103
416502
416521
416990
MRSC (MEDICAL RECORD SCIENCE) - 44
FIRST TERM
44 3000 Intro to Med Term (M-F 1:00 - 2:00) (2)
SECOND TERM
No courses offered in this discipline this term.
MUSC (MUSIC) - 46
FIRST TERM
46 1166 Basic Musicianship (M-F 11:20 - 1:20) (4)
46 1386 Compre Music Lab (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (1)
46 1445 Percussion Grp (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (1)
46 2105 Inter Gro Piano fM-F 8:00 - 9:00) (1)
46 2115 Inter Grp Piano (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (1)
46 2208 Music Appreciation (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (2)
46 3018 Basic Music Skills (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
46 3028 Muse Ed in Elem Grds (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (2)
46 3048 Muse for Except Child (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (2)
46 3455 Accompanying (TBA) (1)
46 3465 Accompanying (TBA) (1)
46 4455 Accompanying (TBA) (1)
46 4465 Accompanying (TBA) (1)
46 5436 20th Cen Music (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (2)
46 5926 Wind Instr Lit (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (2)
46 5997 Clinical Internship (TBA) (1)
46 6006 Music Struc & Style (M-F 1:00 - 2:00) (2)
APPLIED MUSIC: Piano, Voice, Clarinet, Percussion (1 each)
SECOND TERM
46 1405 Woodwind Grp (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (1)
46 1435 Brass Grp (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (1)
46 2208 Music Appreciation (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (2)
46 2218 Orchestral Music (M-F 1:00 - 2:00) (2)
46 3018 Basic Muse Skills (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
46 3038 M Ed in Inter Grds (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
46 3455 Accompanying (TBA) (1)
46 3465 Accompanying (TBA) (1)
46 4455 Accompanying (TBA) (1)
46 4465 Accompanying (TBA) (1)
46 5997 Clinical Internship (TBA) (1)
46 6016 Muse Struc & Style (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (2)
46 6977 Curr Prob Trds M Ed (M-F 1:00 - 2:00) (2)
APPLIED MUSIC: Piano, Voice, Oboe, Trmpet (1 each)
NURS (NURSING) - 47
FIRST TERM
Nurs Perspectives (M-F 11:00 - 12:00) (2)
Intro Phys Assessm (TBA) (3)
Intro Phys Assessm L (TBA) (0)
Clin Nurs Specialty (TBA) (3)
Clin Nurs Specialty L (TBA) (0)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Role Dev for Lship Nurs (TH 2:00 - 4:30) (0)
Clinical Nurs I (W 3:00 - 5:30) (0)
Clinical Nurs I (W 3:00 - 5:30) (0)
Clinical Nurs I (W 3:00 - 5:30) (0)
Pract Clinical Nurs I (TBA) (0)
Pract Clinical Nurs I (TBA) (0)
Pract Clinical Nurs I (TBA) (0)
Independent St in Nsg (TBA) (2)
ReadingsResearch (TTH 4:00 - 6:00) (2)
Cl Nurs Options (TBA) (3)
Research ProjectThesis (W 4:00 - 6:00) (2)
Research ProjectThesis (TBA) (1)
Research ProjectThesis (TBA) (1)
SECOND TERM
Nurs Perspectives (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
Clin Nurs Specialty (TBA) (3)
Clin Nurs Specialty L (TBA) (0)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Role Dev for Lship Nsg (TH 2:00 - 4:30) (2)
Clinical Nurs I (W 3:00 - 5:30) (2)
Clinical Nurs I (W 3:00 - 5:30) (2)
Clinical Nurs I (W 3:00 - 5:30) (2)
Pract Clinical Nsg I (TBA) (2)
Pract Clinical Nsg I (TBA) (2)
Pract Clinical Nsg I (TBA) (2)
Meth Eval in Nurs (TTH 4:00 - 7:30) (3)
Research ProjectThesis (W 4:00 - 6:00) (2)
Research ProjectThesis (TBA) (1)
Research ProjectThesis (TBA) (1)
�Students must enroll in both terms to receive credit.
OCCT (OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY) - 48
FIRST TERM
48 4997 Field Work Level II (M-F 8:00 - 5:00) (0)
MEDT (MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY) - 43
FIRST TERM
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Immunohematology (TBA) (2)
Immunohernatology Lab (TBA) (0)
CMn Mirco II (TBA) (0)
Clin Micro II Ub (TBA) (0)
47 1000
473240
473241
473305
473306
475500
475501
475501
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47 6980
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473306
475500
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47 6995
47 69
47 6997
48 4998
SECOND TERM
Field Work Level II (M-F 8:00 - 5:00) (6)
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SECOND TERM
Clin Micro II (TBA) (4)
CSin Micro II (TBA) (2)
PADM (PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION) - 49
FIRST TERM
49 6161 Pol Analysis (TTH 6:00 - 10:00) (3)
49 6187 Internship Pub Adm I (TBA) (1)
49 6188 Internship Pub Adm II (TBA) (2)
49 6189 Internship Pub Adm III (TBA) (3)-
49 6198 Independent Research (TBA) (3)
49 6199 Independent Research (TBA) (3)
SECOND TERM
49 6111 Cont Prob Per Admin (TTH 6:00 - 10:00) (3)
49 6187 Internship Pub Adm I (TBA) (1)
49 6188 Internship Pub Adm II (TBA) (2)
49 6189 Internship Pub Adm 111 (TBA) (3)
49 6198 Independent Research (TBA) (3)
49 6199 Independent Research (TBA) (3)
PHIL (PHILOSOPHY) - 50
FIRST TERM
50 1100 Knowl Exist & Value (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
50 1170 Human Conduct (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
50 1500 Intro to Logic (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
50 2340 Contemp Phil (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
50 3451 American Philosophy (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
SECOND TERM
50 1100 Knowl Exist & Value (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
50 1500 Intro to Logic (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
50 2581 Moral Prob in Med (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
PHYE (PHYSICAL EDUCATION) - 51
FIRSTTERM
51 1000 Found Phye Lab (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (1)
51 1000 Found Phye Ub (M-F 1:00 - 2:00) (1)
51 1018 Beginning Swimming (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (1)
51 1021 Tennis (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (1
51 1021 Tennis (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (1)
51 1101 Physical Conditioning (M-F 1:00 - 2:00) (1)
51 1120 Goif (M-F 2:40 - 3:40) (1)
51 1139 Bowling (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (1)
51 2323 Prin Phye (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (2)
51 2761 S & M - Badm & Bowling (M-F 1:00 - 2:00)
51 2763 S & M - Swim (M-F 11:10 - 12:20) (1)
51 ;2773
512785
513560
513600
513850
514804
516005
516207
516995
5169
511000
511000
511021
511021
511101
511118
511120
511139
512530
512764
513545
513784
513790
514403
514805
515303
516001
516102
516104
516201
516995
5169
S & M - Vllbl (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (1)
5 & M - Flk & Sq Dnce (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (1)
Prac & Proc Ear Chid PE (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (2)
Coaching Theories (M-F 2:40 - 3:40) (2)
Kinesiology (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Tests & Meas Phye (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (2)
Int & Ext Activities (M-F 6:00 - 7:30) (3)
Phys of Exer (M-F 4:20 - 5:50) (3)
Thesis (M-F 2:40 - 4:10) (3)
Thesis (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
SECOND TERM
Found Phye Lab (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (1)
Found Phye Lab (M-F 1:00 - 2:00) (1)
Tennis (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (1)
Tennis (M-F 2:40 - 3:40) (1)
Physical Conditioning (M-F 2:40 - 3:40) (1)
Inter Swimming (M-F 1:00 - 2:00) (1)
Golf (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (1)
Bowling (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (1)
Grp Gms Low Organ (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (2)
S & M - Water Sports (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (1)
Prac & Proc Phye Elem Sen (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
S & M - Baseball (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (1)
S & M - Wrestling (M-F 1:00 - 2:00) (1)
Organ & Adm Phye (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Phys of Exer (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Phye Ment Hand (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Adm Phye & Athl (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
His & Phil (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
Curriculum Phye (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Adv Tests & Meas (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Thesis (M-F 4:20 - 5:50) (3)
Thesis (M-F 2:40 - 4:10) (3)
PHYS (PHYSICS) - 52
FIRST TERM
52 1050 Phys & the Envir (M-F 11:20 - 1:20) (4)
52 1080 Phys & the Univ (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (4)
52 1081 Phys and the Univ (MW 7:00 - 11:00) (0)
52 1250 General Physics (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
52 1251 General Phys Lab (TTH 1:00 - 5:00) (1)
52 2360 Adv General Phys (M-F 9:40 - 11:40) (4)
SECOND TERM
52 1050 Phys & the Envir (M-F 8:00 - 10:00) (4)
52 1061 Experimental Phys (MW 1:00 - 5:00) (1) -
52 1260 General Physics (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
52 1261 General Physics Lab (TTH 1:00 - 5:00) (1)
PLAN (PLANNING) - 53
FIRST TERM
53 3001 Planning Techniques I (M-F 8.00 - 9:30) (3)
53 3010 Regional Planning (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (2)
SECOND TERM
53 3000 Urban Planning (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (2)
53 3001 Planning Techniques I (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
POLS (POLITICAL SCIENCE) - 54
FIRST TERM
54 1010 Amer Government (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
54 1010 Amer Government (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
54 2104 Civil Liberties (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
54 3203 American Executive (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
54 4380 Inti Politics (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
54 4521 Dir Reading Pol Sc (TBA) (1)
54 4522 Dir Reading Pol Sc (TBA) (2)
54 4991 Internship Pub Adm I (TBA) (1)
54 4992 Internship Pub Adm II (TBA) (2)
SECOND TERM
54 1010 Amer Government (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
54 1010 Amer Government (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
54 2108 Pol Theory (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
54 3011 Pol Issues (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
54 3039 Black Pol (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
54 4521 Dir Reading Pol Sc (TBA) (1)
54 4522 Dir Reading Pol Sc (TBA) (2)
54 4991 Internship Pub Adm I (TBA) (1)
54 4992 Internship Pub Adm II (TBA) (2)
PRCA (PARKS, RECREATION & CONSERVATION) - 55
FIRST TERM
55 4990 Recreation Field work (TBA) (12)
55 4990 Recreation Fieldwork (TBA) (12)
SECOND TERM
55 2000 Int Lei Ser (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
55 3002 Rec Plan & Adm (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (2)
55 4990 Rec Fieldwork (TBA) (12)
55 4990 Rec Fieldwork (TBA) (12)
PSYC (PSYCHOLOGY) - 56
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General I (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
General I (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (2)
General II (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
General II (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (2)
Statistics (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (3)
Statistics (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (3)
Statistics Ub (MWTH 1:00 - 4:00) (0)
Statistics Lab (MWTH 1:00 - 4:00) (0)
Childhood (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Developmental (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Social (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Learning (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Adolescence (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Adolescence (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Personnel & tndustr (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Adjustment (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Personality (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Educational (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Educational (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Physiological Psyc (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Psycho! Research I (TBA) (2)
Psycho! Research II (TBA) (2)
Readings in Psyc I (TBA) (1)
Readings in Psyc II (TBA) (T)
Readings in Psyc III (TBA) (1)
Held Exp in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exp in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exp in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Intro to Psyc Test (M-F 8:00 - 9:30)
Cont Mgt in Classroom (M-F 9:40
Psyc of Sexual Behav (M-F 8:00
Abnormal (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Psyc of Excep Child (M-F 11:20
Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) ft)
Prob in Psyc I (TBA) (1)
Prob in Psyc II (TBA) (1)
Prob in -Psyc lit (TBA) (1)
Independent Study I (TBA) (3)
Independent Study if (TBA) (3)
Internship In IO Psyc (T1A) (4)
Field Upm ls Psyc fTBA) (1)
field $M$m in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Expcr in Psyc (TSA) (1)
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9:30) (3)
12:50) (3)
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6519
6520
6970
6980
6981
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6995
6996
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
SECOND TERM
General I (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
General I (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (2)
General II (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
General II (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (2)
Statistics (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (3)
Statistics Lab (MWTH 1:00 - 4:00) (0)
Childhood (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Social (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Learning (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Adolescence (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Adolescence (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Adjustment (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Personality (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Educational (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Educational (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Psychol Research I (TBA) (2)
Psychol Research II (TBA) (2)
Readings in Psyc I (TBA) (1)
Readings in Psyc II (TBA) (1)
Readings in Psyc III (TBA) (1)
Field Exp in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Intro to Psyc Test (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Cont Mgt in Classroom (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Cont Mgt in Classroom (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Directed Readings (TBA) 43)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Adv Educ Psyc (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Prob in Psyc I (TBA) (1)
Prob in Psyc II (TBA) (1)
Prob in Psyc III (TBA) (1)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study II (TBA) (3)
Internship in IO Psyc (TBA) (4)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
58 6997
58 6998
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PTHE (PHYSICAL THERAPY) - 57
FIRST TERM
57 3150 PThe Fund Pt Care (M-TH 1:00 - 3:00) (2)
SECOND TERM
No courses offered in this discipline this term
RECO (REHABILITATION COUNSELING) - 58
FIRST TERM
58 6200 Somatopsye Disability (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
58 6501 Prob & Research (TBA) (1)
58 6502 Prob & Research (TBA) (1)
58 6503 Prob & Research (TBA) (1)
58 6504 Prob & Research (TBA) (1)
58 6505 Prob & Research (TBA) (1)
58 6506 Prob & Research (TBA) (1)
58 6521 Dir Read in Rehab (TBA) (1)
58 6522 Dir Read in Rehab (TBA) (1)
58 6523 Dir Read in Rehab (TBA) (1)
58 6991 Internship in Rehab (TBA) (3)
58 6992 Internship in Rehab (TBA) (3)
58 6993 Internship in RehaJb (TBA) (3)
56 6994 Internship in Rehab (TBA) (3)
58 6997 Thesis (TBA) (3)
58 6998 Thesis (TBA) (3)
58 6501
58 6502
58 6503
58 6504
58 6505
58 6506
58 6521
58 6522
58 6523
58 6991
58 6992
58 6993
58 6994
SECOND TERM
Prob & Research (TBA) (1)
Prob & Research (TBA) (1)
Prob & Research (TBA) (1)
Prob & Research (TBA) (1)
Prob & Research (TBA) (1)
Prob & Research (TBA) (1)
Dir Read in Rehab (TBA) (1)
Dir Read in Rehab (TBA) (1)
Dir Read in Rehab (TBA) (1)
Intership in Rehab (TBA) (3)
Intership in Rehab (TBA) (3)
Intership in Rehab (TBA) (3)
Intership in Rehab (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
SCIE (SCIENCE EDUCATION) - 60
60 1250
60 1251
60 1260
60 1261
60 3216
60 3216
60 5990
60 6019
60 6505
60 6506
60 6507
60 6522
60 6995
60 6996
60 1250
60 1251
60 3216
60 3216
60 3350
60 5990
60 6505
60 6506
60 6507
60 6522
60 6995
60 69
FIRST TERM
Phy Scie Elem Ed (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (4)
Phy Scie Elem Ed (TWTH 1:00 - 4:00) (0)
Biol Env Scie Elem Ed (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (4)
Biol Env Scie Elem Ed (TWTH 1:00 - 4:00) (0)
Tea. Scie in Elem Sch (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (2)
Tea. Scie in Elem Sch (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (2)
Apprenticeship Scie (TBA) (3)
Scie in Elem Educ (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Prob in Scie Educ (TBA) (3)
Prob in Scie Educ (TBA) (3)
Prob in Scie Educ (TBA) (3)
Readings in Scie Educ (TBA) (1)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Theses (TBA) (3)
SECOND TERM
Phy Scie Elem Ed (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (4)
Phy Scie Elem Ed (TWTH 1:00 - 4:00) (0)
Teach Scie in Elem Sch (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (2)
Teach Scie in Elem Sch (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (2)
Astronomy (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Apprenticeship Scie (TBA) (3)
Problems in Scie Educ (TBA) (3)
Problems in Scie Educ (TBA) (3)
Problems in Scie Educ (TBA) (3)
Readings in Scie Educ (TBA) (1)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
SEED (SECONDARY EDUCATION) - 61
613272
613272
613272
613325
615321
616424
616454
616480
616480
613272
613272
615321
615374
616423
616424
616480
FIRST TERM
Intr Aud Vis Instr (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
Intr Aud Vis Instr (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (2)
Intr Aud Vis Instr (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (2)
The Secondary School (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Educ Comm Meth Mat (TBA) (3)
Founda Curricu Devel (TTH 6:00 - 9:45) (3)
Founda Amer Educ (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Intro To Resrch (MW 6:00 - 9:45) (3)
Intro To Resrch (TTH 6:00 - 9:45) (3)
SECOND TERM
Intr Aud Vis Instr (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
Intr Aud Vis Instr (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (2)
Educ Comm Meth Mat (TBA) (3)
Des Mult Inst Mat (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Hist & Phil Educ (M-F 2:40 - 4:10) (3)
Founda Curricu Devel (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Intro To Resrch (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
SLAP (SPEECH, LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY PATHOLOGY) - 62
FIRST TERM
Lab Clinical Practice (TBA) (0)
Clinical Practicum (TBA) (3)
Practicum in Appraisal (TBA) (1)
Spec Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
Spec Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
Spec Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
Seminar in Audiology (TBA) (3)
Clinical Practice Sp (TBA) (1)
Clinical Practice Sp (TBA) (2)
Clincial Practice Sp (TBA) (3)
Lab Clinical Practice Sp (TBA) (0)
Clinical Practice Aud (TBA) (1)
Clinical Practice Aud (TBA) (2)
Clinical Practice Aud (TBA) (3)
Lab Clinical Practice Aud (TBA) (0)
Master of Science Paper (TBA) (2)
Readings Sp & Hrg Res (TBA) (1)
Readings Sp & Hrg Res (TBA) (2)
Readings Sp & Hrg Res (TBA) (3)
Internship in SLAP (TBA) (2)
Internship in SLAP (TBA) (2)
62 3225
62 4225
62 4226
62 5510
62 5511
62 5512
62 6002
62 6225
62 6226
62 6227
62 6228
62 6230
62 6231
62 6232
62 6233
62 6520
62 6521
62 6522
62 6523
62 6990
62 6991
62 3225
62 4225
62 4226
62 5510
62 5511
62 5512
62 6002
62 6225
62 6226
62 6227
62 6228
62 6230
SECOND TERM
Lab Clinical Practice (TBA) (0)
Clinical Practicum (TBA) (3)
Practicum in Appraisal (TBA) (1)
Spec Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
Spec Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
Spec Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
Seminar in Audiology (TBA) (3)
Clinical Practice Sp. (TBA) (1)
Clinical Practice Sp. (TBA) (2)
Clinical Practice Sp. (TBA) (3)
Lab Clinical Practice Sp. (TBA) (0)
Clinical Practice Aud. (TBA) (1)
Note: The space below is provided for you to compute your schedule.
Further information is available from your advisor.
62 6231 Clinical Practice Aud. (TBA) (2)
62 6232 Clinical Practice Aud. (TBA) (3)
62 6233 Lab Clinical Practice Aud. (TBA) (0)
62 6520 Master of Science Paper (TBA) (2)
62 6521 Readings Sp & Hrg Res (TBA) (1)
62 6522 Readings Sp & Hrg Res (TBA) (2)
62 6523 Readings Sp & Hrg Res (TBA) (3)
62 6990 Internship in SLAP (TBA) (2)
62 6991 Internship in SLAP (TBA) (2)
SOCI (SOCIOLOGY) - 63
FIRST TERM
63 2110 Intro. Sociology (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
63 2110 Intro. Sociology (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
63 2110 Intro. Sociology (M-F 1:00 - 2.30) (3)
63 2111 Modern Social Problems (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
63 3222 Rural Sociology (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
63 3225 Urban Sociology (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
63 3289 Community Organization (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
63 4337 Advanced Principles (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
63 4330 Criminology (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
63 4370 Methods of Social Res. (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
63 2110
63 2110
63 2111
63 5314
63 5331
SECOND TERM
Intro. Sociology (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Intro. Sociology (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
Modern Social Problems (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Sociological Concepts (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Juvenile Delinquency (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
SOCW (SOCIAL WORK) - 64
FIRST TERM
Intro to Soc Work (M-F 1:00 - 2:00) (2)
Fundamentals of Interv. (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (2)
Proc Soc WK Interven. (M-F 1:00 - 3:00) (4)
Crisis Intervention (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (3)
64 1000
64 2001
64 3003
64 4002
SECOND TERM
64 2000 Intro to Soc Welf (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (2)
64 5001 Human Behavior and Soc Envir (M-F 8:00 - 9 30) (3)
SPAN (SPANISH) - 65
FIRST TERM
Elementary Spanish (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Elementary Spanish (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Intermediate Spanish (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Intermediate Spanish (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
65 1001
65 1002
65 1003
65 1004
65 1002
65 1004
SECOND TERM
Elementary Spanish (M-F 9:40 - 11.10) (3)
Intermediate Spanish (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
SPCH (SPEECH) - 66
SPED (SPECIAL EDUCATION) - 67
66 2001
662001
66 2001
662001
662014
662080
663004
662001
662001
662001
662001
662013
662080
663004
SPED (SI
672101
672102
673201
675101
675102
675301
675501
676203
672101
672102
673202'
675101
676101
676201
676204
67 6301
FIRST TERM
Voice & Diction (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
Voice & Diction (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (2)
Voice & Diction (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (2)
Voice & Diction (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (2)
Radio & TV Speaking (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
Bus & Prof Spch (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (2t
Public Speaking (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) 2
SECOND TERM
Voice & Diction (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
Voice & Diction (M-F 9:40 - 10:40) (2)
Voice & Diction (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
Voice & Diction (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (2)
Fund of Broadcasting (M-F 9:40 - 10:40)
Bus & Prof Spch (M-F 8:00 - 9:00) (2)
Public Speaking (M-F 11:20 - 12:20) (2)
(2)
FIRST TERM
Intro to Except Chil (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Intro Mental Ret (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
Meth Mat in MR I (M-F 11:20 - 12:501 (3)
Intro to Except Chil (M-F 4:20 - 5:50) (3)
Perspectives in MR (M-F 4:20 - 5:50) (3)
Test & Meas Spec Ed (M-F 4:20 - 5:50) (3)
Minor Prob Spec Ed (M-F 6:00 - 7:30) (3)
Adv Meth Mat MR I (M-F 4:20 - 5:50) (3)
SECOND TERM
Intro to Except Chil (M-F 8:00 - 9:30) (3)
Intro Mental Ret (M-F 9:40 - 11:10) (3)
Meth Mat in MR II (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Intro to Except Chil (M-F 1:00 - 2:30) (3)
Intro to Learn Disab (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Meth Math LD Child I (M-F 2:40 - 4:10) (3)
Adv Meth Mat MR II (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)
Char of Cripp Child (M-F 11:20 - 12:50) (3)





Title
The East Carolinian, February 21, 1980
Description
East Carolina's student-run campus newspaper was first published in 1923 as the East Carolina Teachers College News (1923-1925). It has been re-named as The Teco Echo (1925, 1926-1952), East Carolinian (1952-1969), Fountainhead (1969-1979), and The East Carolinian (1969, 1979-present). It includes local, state, national, and international stories with a focus on campus events.
Date
February 21, 1980
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