|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
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|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
GREETINGS WELCOME NEW RETURNING STUDENTS STUDENTS Vol. 10. No. 1 Westminster College, Salt Lake City, Utah New Appointments Swell Faculty Ranks In addition to the many new students there are a number of new faces among the faculty members this fall. The appointments of six full-tim- e professors, a head librarian, and three part-tim- e instructors have been made by Allan W. Bosch, Academic Vice-Presiden- t. GREETINGS University of Wisconsin. Part-tim- e Instructors Added Mr. Perris Jensen will in . the Economics and Business Administration department. Teaching psychology will be Mr. Lester Nielsen and Mr. Kalman Bogner will be the instructor in geography. In making these appointments Mr. Bosch commented, In every instance we have found for these appointments persons wrho promise to maintain the demanding but concerned ability generally characteristic of Westminster part-tim- e Professors Appointed Dr. Robert G. Warnock has been appointed Assistant Pro-- , fessor of biology. A graduate of the University of Utah, Dr. Warnock has had a number of publications resulting from his research. He comes to Westminster from a teaching assignment at the University of Utah. New instructor in the English department will be Mrs. S.G.A.C. Inga Wolf berg Wiehl. A native of Denmark, Mrs. Wiehl graduated from the University of Copenhagen. She has travelled extensively throughout Europe and has done postgraduate work at the University of Washington in Seattle where she is now a candidate for the Ph.D. degree. Mr. Howard V. Leslie will serve as Associate Professor of History. Mr. Leslie is a doctoral candidate at the University of Colorado. He comes to us from the University of Kansas City where he has taught both graduate and undergraduate courses in European and English history. Serving as Assistant Professor of psychology and womens counselor will be Mrs. Ruth MuIIiken. A doctoral candidate at the University of On behalf of the SGAC exUtah, Mrs. MuIIiken has had ecutive 'officers I would like to extend a warm welcome practical teaching and counNew in back to the returning students experience seling York. She comes to Westminand a very sincere welcome ster from a position of to all new students. ing assistant and counselor at For those of you who are the University of Utah. She returning you should reflect also served as instructor in a moment on the past year. Educational Psychology here From this moments refleclast semester. tions you should attempt to Dr. Thomas W. Nagle will draw from the past those take over as Associate Pro- guidepoints that will help you fessor and Head of the Dethe coming year. To the new students, you partment of Political Science. Dr. Nagle took his doctorate are about to begin one of the at the Graduate Institute of most important phases of your International Studies in Ge- life. What you do and accomneva, Switzerland. He comes plish this year will set a patto our campus from a teach- tern for the future. Study and ing assignment at the U. S. question what you have Naval Postgraduate School in learned, for only by questionMonterey, California. ing will you understand. All of us should participate Westminster Joining the faculty next semester will be as fully as possible in our extra curricular program. EvMr. Casmer Smith as Associate Professor and Head of the eryone should be an active Department of Economics and member of at least one camBusiness Administration. Mr. pus group outside of his reSmith will come to us with spective class organization. a varied background. He most We have a wide, variety of clubs. In addition our intrarecently has served as Trainmural ing Director for the Lake program offers a Terminal Railroad Group (a chance to participate in almost subsidiary of U. S. Steel). every type of sport from Other members of the staff chess to basketball. Westminster will only be as and instructors from the comgood as we make it. We all munity will offer a full program in this department until have a responsibility to the Mr. Smith joins us. campus and most important to ourselves to help in buildHead Librarian Named ing a college that we will be Mrs. Arthur E. (Alice) Flint, proud to show to anyone. formerly assistant librarian, Again, our most sincere has been appointed head li- wishes for a most successful brarian. Mrs. Flint is a grad year. Full-tim- e Welcome - EXTENDED BY NEW COLLEGE PRESIDENT Welcome to Westminster as we launch the school year 1963-6It is hoped that it will prove to a fruitful and beneficial experience for you. As the school year begins, I would pose a question, Why are you 'here? Surely, you know the answer. Young people, like you, have known it for years. Although they all dont have the wonderful opportunities that you have, at Westminster, .they have been aware of the fact that going to college offers the fastest and surest way to learn so much in such a short period of time. You will be missing the boat if your primary purpose in going to college is for any reason other .than to further educational developyour ment. However, in addition to the scholastic, cultural, and citizenship training which you will find available, you may also expect to benefit in some or all of the following ways: a. Improving your personality. b. Meeting new friends. c. Gaining experience in getting along with people. d. Participating in college social life. Probably, you are able to give many other equally important reasons for going to college. Do not be hesitant to add, to have fun, to the list. Here, at Westminster, you will be encouraged to enjoy yourself. This is due to our belief that second to hard work, there is nothing that will aid learning more than a smile on your face and a song in your heart. 4. uate of Iowa State Teachers College and has a Diploma in Library Science from the serve September 23, 1963 Ellesworth W. Cardwell Appointed Vice President Ellsworth Salt Lake named vice velopment College. W. Cardwell of City has been president for deat Westminster Dr. Arbogast, presi- dent of the college, announced the appointment for the board of trustees. Mr. Cardwell for the past five years has been branch manager of Western Supply Co., serving a territory comprising Utah, Wyoming, Nevada, western Colorado and northern New Mexico. A graduate of the Univerl sity of Wyoming, Mr. Card-wel- was a company commander during the Korean action. In announcing the appointment Dr. Arbogast said, Mr.. Cardwell is well qualified for his new position by back- ground, education, and experience. He knows the area, the needs and importance of its private colleges, and the potential of the Intermountain West. Iam particularly pleased to announce his appointment. Mr. Cardwell succeeds James J. Farley who resigned to accept the position of director of development of Chapman College, Orange, California. Mr. Cardwell, his wife Marilyn, and their three children reside at 4208 Shanna St.