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1 lies " X . . T:-:-: !i . ' y'-. ,.':...:v.;.,:;.. ::; x;x;y -r--y : .:::y. : ..y.A-: .....:y ;:;:-:' v:V:':::":;:::::y:y:;x;::x::;'"''::yC!:':': : THIS WEEK Community A letter from Saudi Arabia. See page 4. Campus News Western Week activities. See page 6. International Forum presents China pro-democracy leader. See page 7. Entertainment Groening's Life in Hell. See page 13. Joe Bob Briggs Movie Review. See page 13. Sports UVCC Assassination Game. See page 15. La Veil Edwards comes to UVCC. See page 16. Mountaineering and mountain biking. See page 14. Commentary Student Views. See page 3. Index News. . . .1,6-9 Commentary .2,3 Community .4,5 ; Entertainment - . , Sports .... . 1416 limes 5 volume UVCC hosts Larry yV: - '.t J Hoge honored as Teacher of UVCC selected an Office Technology and Administration (OTA) instructor as its teacher of the year. Barbara Ann Hoge received the award from President Kerry Romesburg at the fall faculty meeting. Karl Worthington, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs said, "Teachers of the year are judged in six areas. These areas are school service, current student evaluations, community, state, and national UVCC public relations involvement, peer evalua tions, and professional devel-opment."Karen Ewell, a former student of Hoge, said, "Hoge has the skills and abilities necessary to help her students grasp 19 issue 4 19 September 1990 Utah valley community college the concepts she teaches, making it exciting to learn." Hoge said it has always been her goal to be an outstanding teacher. "The factors that have allowed me to achieve this award come from continual upgrade of information in teaching methods and course content, taking breaks from the classroom that ease burnout, School service, current student evaluations, community, state, and national UVCC public relations involvement, peer evaluations, and professional development are the areas used to determine the Teacher of the Year. and continual commitment to the profession of teach-mg. She continued, "As a member of the OTA depart Spealces UVCC will host a past presidential, press secretary in a forum on September 26 at noon in UVCC's Ballroom. Speakes was Chief Spokesman for President Reagan from 1981 to 1987. Prior to joining the Reagan administration Speakes' career included service as a senator, as executive for an international public relations firm and press assistant to two other presidents. In 1974, Speakes joined the Nixon administration and was later appointed press spokesman for the Watergrate Legal Defense Team. He also served as Assistant Press Secretary to President Ford. After leaving the White House in 1987, Speakes be ment at UVCC, I have been allowed and encouraged to pursue each of those areas that help me to improve my teach' ing." Hoge's teaching experience has been varied, having taught both junior high school and high school, as well as on the college and university levels. Hoge came to UVCC in 1976 as an instructor in the Office Educa- - tion program. Since that time she has held many positions of leadership. She is a past-president of the Faculty Senate and past-president of the Utah Business Education Association. Other awards Hoge has received include the outstanding Business Educator Award presented during the in forum came Senior Vice President for Merrill Lynch and Co. in New York, where he directed the company's worldwide communications and advertising program. He was awarded the "Silver Anvil" by the Public Relations Society of America for directing Merrill Lynch's comprehensive response to the stock market crash of October 1987. Since leaving Merrill Lynch in April 1988, Speakes has been an author and lecturer. His best-selling autobiography, "Speaking Out" was published in May 1988. This forum is free and open to the community. For more information call 222-8000, ext. 681 or 612. the Year Barbara Hoge June Vocational Conference this year. She was selected as the Orem City Chamber of Commerce Teacher of the Year in 1981. She also participated in the Back-To-Industry Program with Novell as an employee trainer during the 1988-89 academic year. '
|Title||UVCC College Times, 1990-09-19|
|Description||The UVCC College Times was the name of the student newspaper for Utah Valley Community College from September 28, 1987 to June 23, 1993.|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Valley Community College--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
|Source||College Times, 1990-09-19|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|