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FRADEWIND "i VOLUME 1, NUMBER 14 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF PROVO, MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1375 Associate of ScienceDegree Is Available No Longer! A few months aeo mee tine were held with the State Board of Vocational Education to explain the activities of our school in the area of related and general education. The State Board made an official decision to delete the Associate ofScienceDegree in all areas outlined in the catalog except for thevoc -tecnmajor and the composite voc-tech major. Essentially this meant that no AS degree could be offered for specific general education fields. In a later meeting, convened by the Board of Regents, the Associate of Science degree was deleted completely regardless of the subject. There were a num-er of factors which the boards considered when making these decisions. One of the major factors was that our school was established to fill vocational and technical training needs within the state. The Associate of Applied Science Degree is still being offered in almost allvocational-technical areas in the school. Therefore the only degree that has Seen eliminated is that which was previously ollered to students majoring in essentially the transfer education Mew The State Board of Regents Dixie College Presidential Search Committee met for its first time last week in St. George, working toward a new presidential appointment no later than July 1, 1976. The need for a new Dixie College president was raised in January when Dr. Ferron C. Losee, present chief executive, announced his plans to retire from the position. Losee's normal tenure in the position would extend through July 1, 1976. He told the Regents that he would continue in his position until a successor is named. In an official announcement today, George C. Hatch, Regent chairman who is leading the search effort, saia a nationwide search is now underway. "We hope that students, faculty, alumni and friends of Dixie Public 1. Under the provisions contained in Section 438 (5) (A) of the Federal Privacy Rights of Parents and Students Act, the Utah Technical College intends to make available for public access the following information on each student enrolled. This information, known as "directory information", will be available upon request to individuals and agencies who have a demonstrated need to know. 2. The "directory information" is defined as: Name, address, telephone listing, date and place of birth, major field of study, participation in officially rec subjects. Utah Technical College is a unique school in our state educational system. Historically, it has been instituted and dedicated to fullfilling the technical and occupational needs of the students, of industry within the state, and of our community. Not only is it necessary to train workers to perform with their tools of their trade but they must also receive general and reliijd knowledge which will assist them to communicate well; prepare reports; think critically; be creative; respond to new situations, be responsible workers, and advance on their jobs. The challenges to train personnel to become productive,self-sufficient workers and be responsible participants in their employment in the society in which they live. These goals are emphasized by our trade advisory commitees and by the employers who recruit our graduates. The related and general education division is dedicated to achieving several important goals. They include: 1) to provide desired courses directly related to their occupational College will assist in the search through nominating possible candidates. We are looking for an individual capable of continuing the fine educational tradiditons of the college," Hatch said. Qualified persons wishing to be considered for the presidency, or wishing to nominate a possible candidate should write tc the Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education, Suite 1201 University Club Building, Salt Lake City, Utah 84111, attention Dixie College Search. Expressions of interest with personal resumes or nominations should arrive in the Commissioner's Office no later than July 15, 1975. The other individuals service with Chairman Hatch on the Search Committee include: George C. Hatch, Chairman State Board of Regents; Charles Notice ognized activities and sports, weight and height of members of athletic teams, dates of attendance, degrees and awards received and the most recent previous educational agency or institution attended by the student. 3. Any student may request that any or all of the "directory information" pertaining to him or her not be released. To make such a declaration, the student must advise the Office of the Registrar. This advisement may be given by written request or by use of a form prepared by the Registrar's Office. President needs, 2) to provide pretechnical or developmental instruction for those students who have communications, mathematics, and study skill deficiencies, 3) to provide an educational program for those students who are undecided about their occupational choices at the time they enter college, 4) to provide academic requirements for degree seeking students, and 5) to provide elective courses. A large proportion of courses offered in the related and general education division are courses directly related and general education division are courses directly related to various occupational fields offered within the school. There are a number of students who enter the school still undecided about their occupational choices. General education courses are available to them until such a choice is made. If the selection of courses is wisely chosen through proper counseling with the advisors within the department. These courses may be applied toward an Associate of Applied Science Degree in the various occupational Fields. Needed t. Peterson, State Board of Regents; H. Bruce StuckL State Board of Regents; Warren H. Bulloch, State Board of Regents; F. Wayne Whitehead, Dixie College Institutional Council; Rodger C. Atkin, Dixie Institutional Council; H. Bernell Lewis, Dixie College Institutional Council; James N. Kimball, Dixie College Institutional Council; Dr. C. Paul Andersen, Dixie College Faculty; Dr. Peter A. Nybert, Dixie College Faculty; Mrs. Adeline U. Gooman, Dixie College Faculty; Dr. Clark W. McMullin, Dixie College Staff; Dr. Richard Whitehead, Dixie College Alumni President; Scott A. Gubler.Dixie Col lege Studentbody President. Breakfast Will Honor UTC Student Employers NEWS BUREAU Area employers who have par-ticipared with UTC at Provo by providing part-time work experience for Utah Tech students as part of their total educational program will be honored on April 8th at a special breakfast. The breakfast will be held at 7:00 a.m. at the ZCM1 Tiffin Room in the University Mall. Utah Technical College holds this annual event to hcw appreciation to local employers. This past year 128 UTC stu-ents have received part-time educational work experience by 115 employers. An address of welcome will .a A ELECTIONS HAVE BEEN re-scheduled for this Tuesday, April 8. Candidates were introduced on Thursday at noon in the cafeteria. Each candidate was allowed a few minutes to explain their platform and answer questions. Final elections will be this Friday. 1 CALENDAR OF EVENTS J April 7 . . UTC vs Ricks College (Baseball) 11:00 a.m. at Timp Park April 8 . . . . Primary Elections April 11 Final Elections April 11 Movie at the Fox - 12 midnight The Life and Times of Judge . . . Roy Bean April 15 UTC vs BY U (Baseball) 2 p.m. atBYU April 17.. . . . Dance at the Icehouse "Honey and Soul" ! April 23. Moto-cross race I mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm A be made by Dr. Lucille Stod-of the college dard. chairman Business Division and supervisor of the cooperative internship program. Comments on the program will be made by Rex Nilson, assistant manager of Lockhart Company, representing employers and two students participating in the program, Terri Bates, working at Leaneys in Lehi, and Greg Harris, employed at Pacific States Cast Iron Pipe Company. Presentation of certificates to the honored employers will be made by President Sorenson., Doug Warner, coordinator of office education internship at Utah Tech, will conduct the break- ... f ft V V.'T fast program. According to Dr. Stoddard, Utah Tech this year has placed students in paid internship positions in the fields of accounting, automotive, building construction, graphic" communication, data processing, drafting and design, marketing, office education, welding, machine shop, and general education. "For our students, this program offers more than just a job , it offers an opportunity to receive skills on the job that will benefit our students throughout their careers, " added Dr. Stoddard.
|Description||Tradewinds was the name of the student newspaper for Utah Technical College at Provo, between 1971-12-14 and 1984-11-15.|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Technical College at Provo--History; Utah Technical College at Provo/Orem--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
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