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PorfiDDDj") Lov Geepeoiiecll Don Pew Volume 9 Number 17 This parking area has been reopened for student use on the Provo Campus of Utah Technical College. Students had been complaining of a parking shortage in Provo. Drafting Enrollment Up 12 Percent If you are looking for a career, Drafting might be just for you. It is an open field. There has been 100 percent placement for UTC students and about half of the graduates have been able to stay in the area. The enrollment, up to now, has been unlimited. There is about a 19 percent enrollment of women. Women in this career seem to find placement Rny-Cna To Greriuaie In Nursing Fifty-one students will graduate as practical nurses from Utah Technical College at Provo-Orem on March 18 at 7 p.m. in the Lakeridge Junior High School, 951 S. 400 W., Orem. The graduates will be eligible to take the state examination for licensed practical nurses, and upon successful completion may then work as such in Utah. Utah Tech graduates two classes per year in its five-quarter program for practical nursing. The next class will graduate in August. Relatives, friends and anyone interested may attend the graduation. Speakers will be Dr. James M. Nance of Springville, obstetrician and gynecologist, and Jan Johnson, R.N., quicker than men. The average beginning salary for either men or women is $1141 a month. The drop out rate is rather high but according to Doug Jorgensen, the department head, "if the students come to all the classes and work, they can do it." The program has 18 credit hours on the average per quarter. The department is open at 7:00 a.m. till 10 p.m. and recovery room head nurse from the Utah Valley Hospital. Utah Tech President Wilson W. Sorenson will conduct the rites. Sianne Rodenbaugh, Kingman, Ariz., class president will deliver the address of welcome. Presentation of graduates and the traditional capping and pinningceremonieswillbe conducted by the Utah Tech nursing faculty, headed by Karin Swendsen, director. The college has a nursing faculty of 11 besides Mrs. Swendsen. Awards to outstanding students of the class are scheduled from R. Douglas Carter, dean of the school of technology, health and transportation at Utah Tech. Official Newspaper of the Utah there are always instructors available. - There is a Kood co-op program also available. You can choose to alternate working one quarter and attending class the next quarter or to a part day in class and part day on the job. For those who work on the coop plan, 30 to 40 percent stay with their co-op jobs. The drafting Department has a very active student club with Graduates include: ProvoCarrie Lyn Bird, Paula T. Clemens, Jamie Ruth Cross, Julia A. Duerden, Debra Kay, Cheryl Paskett, Sharon Y. Ronson, Terry L. Hurst Turner. Orem-Sharon Backus, Sheri Chase, B.J. Claflin, Alaine Ewing Cottle, Anna L. Fucile, Velma Hanson, Patty Loveridge, Chyleen Mackey, Becky L. Morris, Sheralynn Watt. Payson, Elaine Green, Roger L. Hiatt, Elizabeth Gwen Oryall, Lisa R. Peters, Ron W. Pulver. American Fork, Barbara Lawrence, Peggi icholes; Springville, Paul Russell Nance; Mapleton, Linda Carrol Osick; Lindon, Kaylene Richins; Pleasant Grove, Arlis Walker; Moroni, Gay Technical College frovoOiem student officers. Their club, VICA stands for Vocational Industrial Clubs of America. They have just recently had a very successful contest in the department and will go on to the state. Another great thing the club does is have a party each quarter. Through fund raising projects, the whole group enjoyed a river trip in the spring. Bailey; Tooele, Cindy M. Gwynn; Salina, Maxine Monroe; Salt Lake City, David S. Hollingshead; Brigham City, Susan B. Olsen; Grantsville, Marilyn Palmer; Mt. Pleasant, Erma Shelley; Roosevelt, Janet Hall; Copperton, Gena Bodily Tyler. Ely, Nev., Terry Harrison; Blackfoot, Ida., Wendy Bigler; San Diego, Calif., Marci Gill Bowen; Roswell, N.M., Rebecca J. Bowerman; Alamosa, Colo., Carol D. Cowan; Upland, Calif., Sheila Ford; Seattle, Wash., Patricia A. Gale; Kingman, Ariz., Dianne Rodenbaugh; Grand Junction, Colo., Debbie Ruppelius; Powell, Wyo., Sherrill Sanders; Chinle, Ariz., Annie Tsosie; Harrogate, England, LynnGrennhough. Parking Spaces Opened Near Provo Campus With the increased number of students attending UTC, parking has become a never-ending problem. The Orem Campus has room to grow, but the Provo Campus is limited for expanding space. Dudley Rowley, Coordinator for the Transportation Department, has been very cooperative in helping to make more parking space available. He suggested the tractors and trailers, used for professional driving courses, be parked in the compound area: along with the state vehicles. This will open more stalls for employees and students. There are 134 stalls along the back side of the school. Recently opened up are 1 IB new stalls on the north rear side. Now the students and employees will have access to more new stalls along the north front side of the '&3? I PRO v0 -i L ' 4 I- Whittingham Pays Visit To UTC DECA Approximately 75 members of the UTC Deca Club held a special forum last week and heard Fred Whittingham, Defensive Coordinator of the Brigham Young University football team. Mr. Whittingham spoke to the group about leadership and developing qualities in youth. He also answered questions about the Brigham Young March 6, 1981 building. This area is very accessible to classrooms, and everyone is urged to use it. It has been named the "Multi-Campus and Employee Parking Area," devised primarily with the people who have to travel between campuses in mind. The Prison is in the process of making new signs for UTC, and Chief Kric Fame informs us there will be much better directional signs and an increased number of handicap parking stalls, to help eleminate these problems. The motorcycle stalls in front have been moved to a more protected area between the trailers. A new area will be constructed on the south rear corner, also for motorcycles and bicycles. Security w ill continue to enforce the use of decals. Students should also note, there is ample parking space if they will park in the appropriate areas. -H r- University football team and showed highlights of the Holiday Bowl. He played professional football for the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles, Los Angeles Rams and the New Orleans Saints. He played pro ball for ten years as a linebacker. He has five children and he and his family reside in Provo.
|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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