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Governor Reynolds has shown an active interest in the University and its functions. Working in cooperation with the Board of Regents and President Harrington, he sees the need for expansion, advanced research, and further educational development.

BOARD OF REGENTS W ,L -es -. Board of Regents-First Row. Ellis E. Jensen, vice-president, Jacob F. Fredrick, president, A. Matt Werner, Carl F..

Second Row. Charles D. Gelatt, Kenneth L. Greenqust, UW President Fred H. Harrington, Arthur DeBardeleben, Gilbert C.

Rohde, Maurice B. The ultimate supervision and control of University pol- icy is concentrated in the hands of the ten members of the University Board of Regents.

Under the general heading of policy fall such specifies as the appointment of the Uni- versity president and approval of all promotions and ap pointments of professors and assistant professors.

Extending far beyond personnel, the Regents set all fees, both for tuition and for University resident halls, approve any changes in curriculum, accept all gifts and grants, and exer- cise a supervisory control over fraternities and sororities.

They are also responsible for all construction programs on campus. The totality of the Regents' concern is centered not only in Madison but also includes the many extension centers located throughout the state.

BOARD OF VISITORS Serving in an advisory capacity to the University Board of Regents, the Board of Visitors, receiving assign- ments from the Regents, does the em- pirical research on proposed action.

Among its recent projects have been an inquiry into the image of the Uni- versity within the state, a study of the accelerated student, and a review of the possibility of extending the L Sc S honors program into other areas.

After completing its initial studies, the Visi- tors submit their findings and recom- mendations to the Regents for the final policy formation.

Various methods are used to select the twelve-member board. T h r e e members are appointed by the gov- ernor, six are chosen by the Alumni Association and three by the Board of Regents.

Board of Visitors-Mrs. Bruno V. Bitker, Milton E. Schneider, Mrs. David O, jones, William A. Jahn, Mrs. Eldon B.

Russell, Bidwell K. Gage, Mrs. Lewellyn J. Walker, Arthur J. O'I-Iara, Dale R. Clark, Adolph J. Ackerman, Mrs. James Hill. Qlflbsent: Mrs. Robert D.

Peterson L. Neil Cafferty, Vice-President for Business Af- fairs, is responsible for all the operations of the University, including such things as purchasing, academic personnel, ,residence halls, and the Uni- versity hospital.

In addition, his Work is connected with student loans, the payroll, and budgeting. A member of many University committees, Vice- President Alfred W.

Peterson is the University's chief business oflicer. Besides directing the vital cam- pus expansion plans, he is a University trust oflicer. Vice-president Neil Cafferty 81' M LeRoy E.

Luberg, Dean of Students. Th eodore W. Zillman, Dean of Men N 1 1 Co-ordinating the multiplicity of student activities outside the classroom is Dean of Students, Leroy E.

Working closely with the Division of Resi- dence Halls, the Union and special services, Dean Luberg seeks to further University education in services and in academic goals.

Working hand-in-hand with Dean Luberg are the Dean of Women, Patricia Tautfest, and,Theodore Zillman, Dean of Men. As members of many stu- dent-faculty committees such as Student Life and Interest, the deans keep in close contact with perti- nent daily issues.

They also act as individual coun- selors and advisors to many organizations. Patricia Tautfest, new Dean of Women, and Martha Peterson, special assistant to the president.

Miss Peterson was formerly Dean of Women. Equal- ly important, he acts as the Director of Admissions. Assisting the President in public relations are George Fields, Robert Taylor, Ira Baldwin, and Carl Runge.

They also assist in the formulation of University policies. As Secretary to the Faculty, Alden White is in charge of preserving all educational records and statistics and assisting faculty committees.

Secretary to the faculty Alden White. Registrar Wayne Kuckham Presidential assistants Ira Baldwin, Carl Runge, George Fields, and Robert Taylor.

When in high school, one has many questions about college. For the high school student in Wis- consin there is an answering service offered by the University which is called the Wisconsin Pre-Views.

Under the supervision of Dean Luberg and the cen- tral committee, headed by Tom Burgess and Jeanie Olsen, four speakers visit various high schools.

They try to enlighten the students about our program and answer any questions. The discussions are usually conducted in informal gatherings and all answers are spontaneous and uncensored.

Alnry Alice Sclmll ronrluds a Pre-Views szfsxirm in Green Bay. WISCONSIN PRE-VIEWS ras Pre-Views Central Committee-Firsf row: S.

Thomson, S. Styles, T. Burgess, Olsen, M. Second row: T. Shambeau, Dean Luberg, D, Kalsched. The Student Counseling Center, for instance, offers student vocational guidance and help in career selection.

Financial advising is given to student organizations while the University News Service distributes releases of campus news to state mass media.

Other special serv- ices include student health, the union, resi- dence halls, student activities, and loans and undergraduate scholarships.

Lewis Drake, student counseling director. Rick Bolien, director of loans 'and undergraduate scholarships. Elmer Meyer, assistant dean of men and student activities director.

Peter Eichman, coordinator of the student clinic. Jack Newman, director of the university news service. Ray Hilsenhoff, sludent fiI'lUJ7Cill1 adviser.

Heald, Frank V. Birch, Rudolph C. Zimmerman, and joseph A. Realizing that their personal achievements and happiness are built on the solid foundation acquired at Madison, many alumni con- tribute annually to their Alma Mater.

Others, moved by social responsibility, know that our schools and colleges cannot perform productively without gen- erous and continuing support from friends and alumni.

In a group of alumni organized the Uni- versity of Wisconsin Foundation to solicit, accept, and use gifts for those things not supported by state taxes.

A private non-proiit corporation, the Founda- tion has compiled an admirable record of service to the students, alumni, faculty, and citizens of Wis- consin.

Robert B. Rennebohm '48, executive 'direc- tor, is in charge of the Foundation's oflice located in the Wisconsin Center, an adult education build- ing given to the University by the Foundation.

Leadership of the Foundations efforts is provided by alumni who never lost their enthusiasm for Wis- consin. Principle oflicers are chairman Frank V.

Birch '18, president Rudolph C. Zimmerman '22, executive vice-president Abner A. Heald '25, secre- tary and counsel Ray M. Stroud '08, and treasurer Harlan C.

Nicholls ' The Foundation is presently engaged in a major project to raise funds for the ,, art center that will be constructed on the lower campus as a memorial to the late president Conrad A.

The University's collection of more than 1, works of art-about of museum quality-is now just a "college catalog" promotion factg until attrac- tive and versatile display space is provided, the paint- ings by old and new masters adorn dark corridors, disinterested conference rooms, or remain secure but unseen in the hidden recesses of Bascom basement.

Traveling exhibits, outstanding works on loan from public and private collections, now bypass Wis- consin since proper security and display areas are limited.

Because of this lack of facilities, the Uni- versity has not openly sought gifts and loans of art works which could only be consigned to storage.

When the faculty and administration was asked what was the most needed facility for the campus, an art center and gallery rated Number One on the list.

Last semester 4, students were enrolled in Administrative secretary of the Wis- consin Foundation, James E.

Scholarship winners D. Dresang, R. Lenz, C. Housfeld, R. Freedman, J. Slapikes, and T. Dozens of other departments of the University will be served as the Art Center provides special exhibits and displays to complement their teaching and research.

President Fred H. Harrington and the entire Uni- versity family have pledged their solid support to Milwaukee attorney Malcolm K. Whyte '12, national chairman of the fund raising campaign.

The main gallery, provided by a gift of ,, from the Brittingham Trusts, will be named in honor of Thomas E.

The Art Library is to be a gift from the Kohler Foundation and Kohler Company. Other gifts of all sizes will be sought during from business firms, alumni, faculty, students and friends of the University.

Alumni realize that tuition pays only about of the cost of student instruction, but even that small amount might deprive many good scholars the op- portunity to enroll at Wisconsin.

Contributions for scholarship aid to the Foundation help many stu- dents, including: Dennis Dresang, Knight Scholar- shipg Robert Lenz, Friday Scholarship in Dairy and Food Industry, Carol I-lousfeld, Richard Freedman, and janet Slapikes, UWF-Orchestra, Thomas J.

Ver- age, UWF-Commerceg Richard C. Kleinfeldt, Elwell- Comrnerceg james R. Kahl, Frazer-Commerce, David M. Boyd, UWF-Medicine, Anne E. Buchanan and Paul D.

Klawiter, Staley-Education, Ruth Newman and Carol Helgeson, Goessling-Home Economics, Timm A. Zimmerman, Burton O. Nees- vig, and John R.

Olson, Phillips-Medicineg William R. Smith and Steven C. Underwood, Schreiner Memorial. Mucks, Jr.

Some of the programs which highlighted the year of Association activity Were: alumni club officer Workshops held in the fall to brief local alumni oflicers on leadership techniquesg the sponsorship of a special alumni tour to the Rose Bowlg the third annual Wisconsin Women's Dayg and many other activities, including Alumni Day held on Com- mencement-Reunion Weekend.

In addition to these programs, the Association established a faculty relations co-mmittee, presented scholarships and awards to outstanding junior and senior students, and carried out an extensive infor- mation program Which included the publication of the Wisconsin Alumnus.

Alumni board an Alumni Association chartered airplane for their Rose Bowl trip. President Harrington addresses the directors of the Association at their annual Homecoming meeting.

Gibson, director of alumni relations, chats with Green annual Wisconsin Women's Day. During the year, plans to build a new Alumni House next to the Wisconsin Center Building pro- gressed, and an architect was hired to draft final plans for the new alumni center.

Officers for the year were Dr. Norman O. Becker, Fond du Lac, chairman of the boardg Lloyd Larson, Milwaukee, presidentg Charles O. Newlin, Chicago, first Vice president, Russell A.

Teckemeyer, Madi- son, treasurerg and Mrs. John J. Walsh, Madison, secretary. In addition to Executive Director Arlie Mucks, jr.

Gibson, director of alumni relatio-nsg Arthur Hove, editor of the Wisconsin Alumnusg and Mrs. Edith Knowles and Mrs. Gayle Langer, office managers.

County alumnae at the Lloyd Larson, president of the Alumni Association, and Arlie M. Mucks, jr. Froker wtf? The College of Agriculture stressed research extensively this year with the reorganization of their experimental farms and coordination with other schools on the campus.

The H. Russell Laboratories and the Veteri- nary Science Building Will soon be located on Linden Drive. Already in use is the new Genetics Building on the mall.

A four-option curriculum is now in operation. More graduate students than undergraduates are enrolled in the College of Agriculture which re- sults in much research activity off campus.

Experimental farms are lo- cated throughout the state, including the newly-purchased Arlington prai- r1e. Home economics, part of the Ag campus.

I 1 f 1'1Jsg,, Qy,,,Wc " f ,.. R' ai lem ,, ,,, 4-'. Learning to operate the IBM system is practical training for Commerce students. COMMERCE Progressive educational aids were secured by the School of Commerce with the inauguration of its IBM system.

Installed in November, it will be used for research and for teaching courses on data processing. Other highlights of the year included the presence of visiting behavioral scientists, David G.

Moore from Michigan State and William Henry from the Univer- sity of Chicago, who held a series of lectures and taught seminars on the relationship between business and the behavioral sciences.

Students of the School of Commerce may enter in their junior year from the College of Letters and Science, the School of Engineering, and the Col- lege of Agriculture.

The students this year may also embark on the new Honors Program, integrated with the Letters and Science Honors Program.

Honor societies and fraternities for both men and women give Commerce students an opportunity for specialized participation.

Commerce students earnestly discuss a technical business point after class. This program makes available to the undergraduate a teaching internship with salary in his fifth year leading to an M.

Ninety- two students participated in the new program this year with seventeen school systems cooperating. Two new departments of Educational Adminis- tration and Educational Psychology have also been added to- the school.

The Honors Program has been extended to include the School of Educa- tion, which is synchronized with the School of Commerce and the College of Letters and Science.

There are over students enrolled in the School of Education, and they lead all students in grade-point averages on the campus.

Student teachers try out the lessons learned in methods courses. BVU sn. Art education majors learn how to teach through doing.

N M abr-is wi-1 ' ki. F 'H sqm ,af -,ef 1. This year marks the completion of the third addi- tion to the 33 million engineering building.

In the fourth and final edition should be completed. Research needs have been expanding rapidly in the past years in the School of Engineering, due to an increase in graduate students.

The University is par- ticipating in research projects, including a satel- lite program. During the past year, Explorer VII was successfully orbited, and the Wisconsin package in it produces useful data on the heat budget of the earth.

The School of Engineering also has an IBM expressly for teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

Professional student societies exist in each branch of engineering including three professional fraterni- ties and five honorary groups. Edwin Young Baseom Hall the nucleus of the College of Letters and Sczence COLLEGE OF LETTERS AND SCIENCE The College of Letters and Science is headed by Dean H.

Edwin Young. The role of the College is to provide instruction and carry out research in the fields of social studies, the basic sciences, and the humanities.

Undergraduates, graduates, and students in other colleges of the University take letters and science courses. The College provides services for state government, individual citizens, and state com- munities.

Integrated Liberal Studies is one such program, selected by many new students and involving a two year planned curriculum of courses ranging from anthropology and earth science to varied English courses and classics.

The opportunity is ever present, but one must open the door. Modern, well equipped laboratories aid the eager student.

FT "' IV'. Students find interested professors with a desire to give assistance. The new Social Science building is an- other campus gathering-place.

The College of Letters and Science is the starting point for students who aren't sure of their future college plans. It provides a broad general background in various fields of study.

From here the student may complete a major in Letters and Science or enter the schools of education, law, medicine, or library science. For students who show outstanding ability, desire, and perform- ance and wish to enrich their college program, the College of Letters and Science offers an extensive Honors Program leading to awarding of special degrees upon successful participation in the program.

The program was begun in for freshmen and sophomores and in for upperclassmen. This year various degree requirement changes were suggested by the College.

These will go into effect for freshmen entering in The purposes of the changes were to further broaden the basis of study, institute a more rigorous series of requirements, and adjust requirements to the increasingly extensive high school preparation received by students.

Familiar lecture halls with new courses, new faces. The never-ending search for new and better drug products.

Manufacturing Lab: practical application of ac quired knowledge. Dean Arthur H. Uhl Established in , as the second American school of pharmacy in a state university, the School of Pharmacy was the first to offer Qin D the B.

At the graduate and undergraduate level it pioneered in such areas as physical pharmacy, the history of pharmacy, pharma- ceutical technology, and pharmacy adminis- tration, some decades before other American schools.

Now, on this its eightieth anniversary, it is about to break fresh ground with the introduction of a new graduate program o-f social studies in pharmacy.

Each of these mile- stones in the history of the school assumes importance by virtue of its part in the overall development of the schoolg a few of these milestones also stand out for their unques- tionable importance to the history of phar- maceutical education in the United lStates.

Sludcfnls gain practice filling prescriptions. Pharmacy school, now a 5-year program. GRADUATE SCHOOL Diversity is a key Word in speaking of the Graduate School.

Not only are the students from diverse back- grounds, but they also study a variety of subjects. According to Dean Willard, students from all over the globe-from India to California-carry on ad- vanced study and research in more than eighty-five different fields.

They pursue courses of study ranging from microbiology to Asian studies. In spite of these diversities, the graduate students have a common purpose-to become experts in their chosen fields.

The students exchange knowledge of their major field With those of other fields, thereby not only becoming thoroughly trained in their own fields, but also developing a familiarity with tech- niques and knowledge available in many others.

Students from many different backgrounds must strive to maintain Graduate School standards. P a-If '.

Graduate student teaching assistants sometimes occupy cramped office quarters. Ni, X. W Individual initiative and experimentation is a large part of Wisconsin's graduate school program.

The law library becomes a second home to law students. Dean George Young. The University of Wisconsin has supported a prominant law school for many years.

Founded nearly one hundred years ago, the law school is noted for its ever-present "spirit of inquiry and productive scholar- ship. Admission standards are kept high in an effort to admit only students with law aptitude.

The law school at the present time is one of the ten largest in the nation, excluding schools with night programs. In order to accommodate the large number of students, a new classroom, administration and faculty oflice building is being planned to replace the seventy-year old main law building.

Besides unusual seminar rooms, the building will include a Moot Court. N fi A quiet, studying mood pervades the law school atmosphere.

The yea structure. LAW riold law building, tg be replaced by a new Dr. James F. Crow Freshman medical students study a seemingly-endless number of slides.

Upjnerclassmen make ward rounds at University Hospitals. MEDICINE This year, with the largest freshman class in the history of the medical school, the honors system was adopted instead of conventional grading.

There is also an honors program combining research with the medical courses. The medical school faculty engages in extensive research also, with work in birth defects, mental re- tardation, open heart surgery and cancer research.

A federal grant has been provided for the construction of a radiotherapy center for advanced study of can- cer therapy. The University of Wisconsin Medical School.

Medical students practice the intent observation that is a great part of their training.

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3 Kommentare

  1. Voodoojora

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  2. Vudogor

    wie man in diesem Fall handeln muss?

  3. Kagazshura

    Aller ist nicht so einfach, wie es scheint

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