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C Toys' Farewell to 1992 Sports 3 Levinson and Williams O L r """" disappoint fans Spring Semester ORIENTATION 1993 Orientation issue and Student Services Fair welcome students Welcome back. Vacation is over and it's back to school. I'm sure that this new semester will be full of changes and events that will effect or interest us all. My staff and I are dedicated to reporting these events to you. This issue is our annual Spring studentorientation issue. For those of you returning from last semester, we hope to refresh your memory or tell you something new. For those of you that are new here, we have included articles to inform you of a few of the services offered here on campus. . As part of this orientation theme we have also invited a number of local businesses onto campus to participate in our semi-annual Student Services Fair. Hopefully this will give you a chance to become familiar with some of the businesses in our area that appeal to students, as well as sample some of their products. Please support our advertisers and browse their wares in the Hall of Flag this week. We urge you to pick up a copy of The College Times each week and keep informed. Thankyou, and good luck. David J. Madden Editor in Chief Orientation articles inside: Willy card, pg. 4 Services for students with disabilities, pg. 13 Library expansion and services, pg. 13 Reduced movie and ski tickets at the Student Center, pg. 8 Testing Center Changes, pg. 13 volume 21 issue 15 I ' - -ri " " V 1 vT" - - w ' . - . li'-:. 7:Y'' ! " Employees Three Utah ValleyCommunity College (UVCC) employees were chosen by their co-workers to be awarded the "Employee of the Semester Award." Eddie Sorensen, Nancy Bar-tlett and Thomas Keele were honored for their dedicated services and contributions to UVCC in their respective areas. Along with the award, the three employees received $100 from the College and a complimentary portrait from Rick Nye Photography. Sorensen, of Ceder Hills, received the honor in the area of administrative services. He has Academic UVCC is offering the opportunity to earn college credit while studying abroad in Germany. The German and humanities program atUVCC ishosting a three week study abroad program in Germany. The program will begin May 12 and go till June 5, 1993. "This is the first time our department has offered a program in Germany," said Dr. Eberhard Leh-nardt, assistant professor of humanities. "We are very excited to sponsor this unique experience." UVCC to be The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will name UVCC as the FAA Aviation Education Resource Center for the state of Utah on December 8. Lawrence B. Andriesen, deputy regional administrator of the FAA's Northwest Mountain Region, will name UVCC as a regional training site in Utah. The Northwest Mountain Region is responsible for aviation safety matters in seven states; Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Wyoming and Colorado. limes 6 january 1993 utah valley of the semester named at UVCC worked for the College for the past four years in computer services and was recently made the assistant director and network administrator of computer services. "Eddie is an all-around great guy who is very personable and takes pride in his work," said Tom Rasmussen, director of computer services. Bartlett, of Orem, was chosen in the area of college relations president's staff. She has worked for a year as an office assistant in personnel. "Nancy is absolutely invaluable to me. She is very instrumental in themanagementand functioning of the personnel office experience offered in The group will spend the first week visi ting some historically and culturally important German cities, including Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne and Freiburg. The remaining two weeks the group will live with families in Erfurt, a town located in the former East Germany.During the group's stay in Erfurt, college credit classes will be offered in German civilization and culture, German conversation and possibly humanities. While tak named FAA Education Resource Center The Center will provide materials for schools in Utah to establish aviation and aerospace programs. "Aviation curriculum materials will be available for all levels of education from elementary through high school," said Rusty Butler, executive director of the Utah Aerospace Educational Foundation. 'The material is not only educational but very interesting and entertaining." Ron Smart, UVCC director of aviation, said the 1990's will see a record demand for college- community college Photo by Robbi Bur CoHog Timet and is extremely pleasant to work with," said Karla Holm, acting director of personnel. Keele, of Provo, received the award in the area of academic services. He is director of career support services and has worked at the College for 14 years. 'Tom contributes support and management to students who need it. He is excellent in counseling," said Grant Cook, dean of academic support services. Keele is married and has four children, three of them being triplets. He has two grandchildren and will soon have two more. ing classes, the group will continue to visit other German cities and will also take trips to France and Switzerland. Anyone interested may attend and there is no language requirement. "We will accept students, adults from the community and mature high school seniors," Leh-nardt said. Ten to twenty people will be accepted to participate in the program. Lehnard t and his brother Rue-diger Lehnardt, an associate pro trained professional pilots and mechanics for computer, regional and major air carriers employment."Aviation and aerospace personnel work in highly technical, applied scientific environments on a daily basis," said Smart. "They have responsibility for operating and maintaining single and multi-engine aircraft and helicopters."Aviation jobs available include: commercial airline pilot; charter and air taxi pilot; univer Staff writer, Patrick Sheltra offers best and worst of '92 The, College Times seeks provide the information you need on the events and news of 1993. A winter shadow is cast in the south hall between the Business Building and the Administration Building. The "Employee of the Semester Award" is presented by the Professional Administrative Classified Employees (PACE) committee, a campus association that represents the interests of full-time employees who work in non-faculty positions. "The award is our way of recognizing employees who contrib-ute to the College by doing a great job, yet most of the time go unnoticed," said Mike, Jones president of the PACE committee. Each semester PACE awards three of UVCC's professional, administrative and classified employees for their contributions to the College. Germany fessor of German, will accompany the group and teach the classes. They are originally from the former East Berlin and have been living in theU.S.forapproximately35 years. The program will cost $3,500. This fee includes tuition, room and board, academic fees, air fare to and from Salt Lake and traveling expenses of group excursions. The deadline for applications is Feb. 1,1993. For more information contact Eberhard Lehnardt at 222-8000, Extension 8132. sity flight instructor; fire spotting and fighting; recreation and site-seeing pilot; police and traffic control; flight test; airplane sales; light aircraft and heavy airframe maintenance; air traffic controller; aviation safety; airport management and many more. Graduates of UVCC's aviation program qualify for entry into many of these jobs or a four-year programs. For more information about aviation opportunities call 222-8000, extension 8450.
|Title||UVCC College Times, 1993-01-06|
|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, 1993-01-06|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|