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i Volume 10 Number 13 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT PROVOOREM P.O. Box 1609, Provo, Utah 84603 December 13, 1982 Hewlett Mew General Ed. Coordinator Veonne W. Howlett will assume responsibilities of General Education coordinator, at UTC. She replaces Dr. Douglas Warner who is the new Dean of Business, General Education and Learning Services. Mrs. Howlett's position will become effective December 15, 1982. Currently a doctoral candidate through Utah State University, her major field of study is curriculum development with business education and supervision also included. Mrs. Howlett has received a Master of Science from Brigham Young University in ' 1977 and Bachelor of Science, also from BYU, in 1955. She also attended Utah State University from 1951-55. An employee of U.T.C. at ProvoOrem since 1966, she was employed by Orem Jr. High School, Millard High School and Monticello High school. Currently State Vice President for the Western Association of Coop Educators and Employers and President of the Utah State Coop Association, she is also the Presidentelect of the U.T.C. at ProvoOrem Faculty Association and President of Delta Pi Epsilon. A Spanish Fork native, Mrs. Howlett and her husband, Leonard, are parents of five children. Accident Injures Student By Gregory Nelson A serious accident involving a UTC student occured in front of the Orem Campus last week. David F. Haskell, 21, a UTC student majoring in Auto Mechanics was seriously injured and is in intensive care at the Utah Valley Hospital. Hospital officials 'stated that Mr. Haskell suffered two broken legs in the accident. Since then he has come out of the coma. Gerald M. Lund of Bountiful was west bound when he struck Mr. Haskell who was making a left turn. The impact pinned Mr. Haskell inside his Volkswagon for about 15 minutes until rescue workers could free him. Although shaken up, Mr. Lund was not injured. Both vehicles received extensive damage. : Auto driven by David Haskell. Pfiase Twe Testing At LEC By Michele Caneen The first phase of testing conducted in the LEC has been completed. According to Dr. Locky, Professor at the U of U, and Ken White, Industrial Hygienist, the results show that formaldehyde levels are within the established levels of .01 and .02 factors per million. A minum level of .05 factors per million is, where ''most-sensitive people would be affected," according to a memo from LaVar Rockwood's office on the environmental problems at the LEC. Authorization has been given to proceed to phase two, which will consist of testing actual material samples. Anticipated date for the detailed testing will begin Dec. 13 through 17, with results being returned to UTC before December 30. Tests will include those used by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). . ' ; L USf .ibafc. CNC Photo VEONNE W. HOWLETT Registration Turnout Lower Than Expected By Greg Nelson Early registration is well underway, but according to Grant Cook, Head of Registration, only 50-60 of the anticipated returning students have taken advantage of the first priority registration opportunity. The low turn-out has helped to alleviate many of the problems experienced during registration last quarter. UTC switched to a computer aided system last term, and many students experienced frustration and annoyance with the delays that put registration behind up to five hours in some cases. Mr. Cook said they still don't have all the equipment that is needed, but so far, only a few students have had to wait more than 15 or 20 minutes to complete the process. Since the number of students registering early has been so low, a rush of late registers is expected for the first week of January. It would be wise to avoid the rush and finish your registration before leaving for the Christmas Holidays.
|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;|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|