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rRADEWIND VOLUME 1. NUMBER 11 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF PROVO MONDAY, MARCH 17, 1975 34 Nurses Graduated, "Pinned" U '& M f k THIRTY-FOUR Practical Nurses received their caps and were ceremonies held last Thursday. Outstanding Nurse Chosen By Janice Potter Bonnie Christiansen has been chosen as The Woman of the Month at Utah Technical College at Provo. She has been chosen as top in her field of Nursing. Her title is L.P.N. (Licensed Practical Nursing.) Bonnie is from Pleasant Grove. She is married and has a five-year old daughter. At the present time, Bonnie spends a lot of her schooling hours working in a hospital. Even though there are a lot of rough MELODY JOHNSON of Orem, Utah, has been awarded the Dann Black Scholarship for the winter and spring quarters of 1975. The Student Council selected six applicants, who were then interviewed by LaVar Rockwood and LaVerl Crosby. The basis for selection was scholarship, need, and extra curr-icular activities. Melody has been very active inDECCAand Institute at UTC. P OG!P.;; - 1 i j Oc d moments in a job like this, Bonnie realizes that the sick people are 'still people", and they need her help. Bonnie really likes the Nursing program at U.T.C. Provo and would recommend others who are interested in nursing to get into the program. Bonnie's other interests are: Sewing and horseback riding. She and her small family live on a small farm and every chance she gets she likes to ride hor- -J -v -, & - x pinned at the graduation ses. Congratulations, Bonnie, for being chosen as outstanding in the field of Nursing. v . -l-rr if? Bonnie Christiansen Women Studies' Class Offered Women students should take special notice of a course being offered through the Department of Continuing Education spring quarter. The course is a introduction in women's studies and will cover achievements of women in all arts, services, sociology, psychology, politics and law. Instructor for the course will be Jan Tyler, Director of BYU's Family Consultation Center, and assistant professor of ChildDev-elopment and Family Relations, Jan was most recently oncam-pus to take part in the debate on the Equal Rights Amendment. The course will be offered Tuesday from 6-7:30 p.m. Anyone interested in registering for the course should contact the Department of Continuing Education. Cost for the course will be thirteen dollars. Thirty-four practical nurses from Utah Technical College were capped and pinned Thursday at 8p.m. in exercises at the North Provo LDS Stake House. The address to the graduates was delivered by Dr. Lyle A. Jacobs, Provo, orthopedic surgeon. The class also heard a talk by Irene Freeman, LPN, Mapleton, president of the Licensed Practical Nurses Association of Utah. The graduates have completed a 12 - month intensive training course at Utah Tech and are now prepared to take their state examinations which, if successfully passed, makes them licensed practical nurses. Job placement in the department is exceptionally high, according to Mrs. KarinSwendsen, director of the Utah Tech nur-ing division, with virtually every graduate having at least one job offer awaiting her successful passage of the state exam. La Von Terry, Alpine, president of the graduating class, conducted the Thursday night exercises and gave the address of welcome. Shirley Paxman, member of the Utah Tech nursing faculty, pre "Zipscript" Anvone Can Lars G. Crandall, a member of the business education faculty, has developed the system, designed to greatly increase the writing speed of the average individual both for the personal and professional use. Mr. Crandall calls the system "Zipscript." He believes it to be a simplified, new method which can be of practical use to everyone learning it. Dr. Crandall said the coming course will be given twice weekly, Tuesday and Thursday nights from 7 to 9 p.m., during the spring quarter, with the first class scheduled Tuesday, March 18. Calendar Of Events March 17 Registration I MarCll 18 School Begins Baseball-SUSC March 19 Baseball-UNLV . I March 20 Movie At Fox I "Earthquake" No Classes 10-12 Baseball-Dixie Tournament March 21 Tournament sented the candidates for graduation. Joan Plott, another faculty member, capped them and Director Swendsen pinned them. Remarks were made by Dale Peterson, educationalvice-president or Utah Tech. graduates from Provo are Shelley E. Johnson, Robin D. Nielsen, Geraldine Porno, Virginia Rowley, Marcis Stevens, Sylvia Johnson and Christine J. Scott. Orem graduates include Cher-rie Barker, Gwen Bramall, Nancy L. Last, Lona M. Lee, Ellen G. Moon, Parry Sargent, Thea Shumway, Christine Snell and Kathryn Wirig. Others include Myrtis Balzly and Lynn B. Todhunter, Payson; Debra Banks, Brenda Lee Baum, Bonnie Christiansen and Tamara Snow, all of Spanish Fork, and Marsha Elwell, Linda Taylor and Jane Trexler, all of American Fork. In addition, there are Becky Greenhalgh, Nephi; Cindy Hall and Jolene Howden, Mapleton; Sheree Mellor, Gunnison; Brant Monson and Dawna P. Powell, Pleasant Grove; Mary L. Pike and Cynthia West, Springville; and LaVon Terry, Alpine. Do It He emphasized it is a beginner's course, requiring no pre-shorthand training or experience. It should aid the average person in taking notes for personal use. It also can be used in a professional sense, he said. The course will last for 10 weeks and is open to anyone. All interested may inquire at Utah Tech for further details. Students may sign up for it registration for evening school, which will be March 10 through 14 and March 17 through 21, Mondays through Thursdays, 12 noon to 8 p.m. and Fridays from 12 noon to 4 p.m.
|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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