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(TW .esss J- iiii gtt THIS WEEK Commentary This week's Couch Carrot Letters to the Editor Campus News Finals schedule German exchange students at UVCC More construction to begin on campus Entertainment Joe Bob Briggs movie review Movie flubs provide great laughs Feature Scuba diving in Catalina Scuba diving course offered at UVCC Sports Wolverine Basketball Karate classes and self-disciplineIndex Campus News 1 5-9 Classifieds 8 Commentary ..2-4 Entertainment 13-15 Feature 10-11 Sports 17-19 volume Study day slated on Saturday for students Maci Elkins Editor-in-Chief According to Karl Worth-ington, associatedvice-president for academic affairs, students have asked that their teachers be in their offices on December 15 to respond to questions in preparation for final exams. Hourly faculty should also be available. "We encourage students to form study groups and to come because faculty will be available," said Worthington. However, instructors are skeptical no one will show up. , "No one knows about Saturday. And teachers have some concerns. So if they haven't said anything to their students about being here Saturday, there's no way students will know to come ," said Patrick Hanrion, UVCC ombudsman. "My biology teacher told us in class today.... I think it's a great idea and I'm going to come to get help with Biology because I'm not doing too well in that class," said UVCC student Jennifer Jones. Her friend Debbie Hadley had- School of Business receives professorship status UVCC's School of Business has awarded the rank of professor to business faculty members who meet the new ranking standards. Helen Ashton, Wes Bitters, Jerry Conder, Annette Gomm, Reed Gooch, Dennis Greer, Barbra Hoge, Bob Jenkins, and Clyde Westwood all met the requirements and were awarded the rank of professor. The new academic ranking standards award four different ranks to UVCC busi 19 issue 1 6 1 2 december 1990 utah valley community college heard nothing about a study day. Three years ago, students brought up the concern that there was not enough time to prepare for finals. The Calendar Committee took this into consideration and thus made arrangements for faculty to be available this coming Saturday. The Committee has also approved a study day for finals next year. "It's an unusual day but faculty is contracted to be here," said Worthington. He also said he had made arrangements with the student government for them to help encourage thO student body to come in on Saturday by providing babysitting for single mothers and hot dogs and soda pop for everyone who shows up. But he was not certain if the student government would be providing all of this. Student government has said they will be providing free popcorn and soda pop for those who come to school on Saturday to take advantage of the study day. ness teachers. The rank of instructor, assistant professor, and associate professor are tied to the tenure process which is related to the number of years of successful service at each level. These ranks also require qualitative components that evaluate teachers' performance and related professional development activities. The rank of professor is awarded after an individual has achieved tenure, has appropriate credentials (mean DTT n nmi Oil Photo by Thomas Epting Building hours for holiday break The Student Center will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. The Game Center and the Craft Center will be closed. Bookstore Hours: December 17-21: 7:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. December 24-25: Closed December 26-28: 7:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. December 31 and January 1: Closed January 2-4: 7:45 to 5 p.m. (regular Bookstore hours) Food Services: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily ing a master's degree or a doctorate degree) and meet the standards set in each of the following areas: improving teaching excellence, discipline expertise and experience, scholarly and professional activities and college service. Once the level of associate professor is reached, instructors must work on goals in each of the four areas if they want to earn the rank of professor. The objective of the ranking procedure is to n in n it A have every aspiring "professor" actively involved in academic pursuits that will help himher achieve excellence at UVCC. Ian Wilson, dean of the School of Business, said, "We feel that rank of professor is meaningful and we don't want seniority to be the sole reason the rank of professor is awarded. We want instructors to work toward professorship to be tied to an instructor's professional achievement."
|Title||UVCC College Times, 1990-12-12|
|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, 1990-12-12|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|