Daily O'Collegian, 1979-11-30
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historical society 2-c "the dafly o'colleowj bldi. -wj sjsmftg bcwspapcr archives oklahoma cityi ok 73105 boger debates college's structure by marty kufus the college of arts and sciences should be restructured only if there are strong, compelling reasons, university president lawrence boger said thursday. a final decision on restructuring rests with regents. was hub academics at oklahoma state university. dividing into two smaller colleges or relocating some departments not new ideas, he said, but resignation college's dean george gries now forces its structure. "the point is, you don't hire something then when get him here start shifting things around," said. gries, after 12 years as dean, this summer requested reassignment biology professor. selection committee will begin searching early next year possibly in january for or, necessary, deans. announcing his to faculty in august, gries said the university should consider restructuring issue, boger said. however, other things such as hiring a new dean of division agriculture and vice president for student services had to be dealt with first, "because there has been nothing done, some (a&s) ad-minstrators have thought something big is going happen that 'the hand whitehurst hall' would descend proclamation," he not case, added. receiving suggestions already discussed topic at nov. 15 arts sciences general meeting. "the presidents myself are doing our homework on recommendations made," they looked universities found "there no consistency around country organization sciences," another fine mess . by tim mccarthy oklahoma city freshman mark pleasant puts the finishing touches on his painting of laurel and hardy, which is a window in willham complex cafeteria. an informal poll indicated "that a majority of a&s faculty favored retaining the present single-college structure," according to minutes nov. 5 meeting board representatives for college. members cited tradition, interdisciplinary programs and "greater breadth education" college provides, said. minority division create "more homogenous structures" having "shorter chain command." also was "dean better able be nurturing administrator," minutes. at osu this semester, college has 5,781 students from a total enrollment of 22,003. that is the largest eight colleges or divisions at osu, spokesman for registrar's office said. arts and sciences schools: biological sciences; fine humanistic studies; health, physical education leisure services; journalism broadcasting; languages literature; mathematical earth sciences, social sciences. 30 departments, including department military studies. about 330 full-time faculty members work in university spokesman said. boger likened the college to a hub at center of "wheel" made seven other colleges. "every professional school (at osu) has required courses in arts and sciences," he "the dean sciences be concerned about academic developments all areas university," selecting is "harder, but some ways, easier, than for colleges," "in agriculture, example, you have groups constituencies consider because agriculture blankets state. (dean), your concerns are mainly here on campus," the , daily ocollijegian vol. 85-no. 64 stillwater, okla., friday, november 30, 1979 newsstand copy 10c experiences evaluated counseling methods changed counselors at the oklahoma state university counseling services are using a new technique, to help people solve problems. nuero linguistic programming, helps evaluate subjects' mental processes through experiences, counselor ross stewart said thursday. offers different view traditional psychological counseling, he said. with person will go into session and focus on pain that they feeling leave still hurt, t when seeks program "on good things in life," noted. "that's such happier way deal people," subject may be asked set of counseled, include visual memory, construction internal voice, memory is used recall past experiences their mind. occurs imagine something does not exist. the internal voice is that people hear when talking to themselves or listening a remembered from past experiences, he said. stewart said technique powerful tool because counselors can tell person moving into some kind of "body awareness." "it's important know are one system another one," "as practitioner it's very i how get problems they confronted with," there two problem categories in program. first have bad memory experience and hurt each time reoccurs, counselor change persons history by reorganizing personal experiences with more pleasant such way gains realistic view what really happened. other involves who wants do something but can't it feel restraints, through number same processes used for deleting memories, counseling show do. rumph avoids student government limelight m handy rumph has avoided the limelight jjmtjmmm rumph, near end of his student imm government association vice presidential ah term, said he been supervising mhm)vhb various sga services, while rarely speaking bm 1sntf f out on issues. jv soft-spoken enid junior will h leave office satisfied with some accomplishments, admitting failure in hhml other areas. t v a, and president dan mcmahan jjj relinquish their positions to newly hbpsjkik elected executives lyndon taylor te randy marsh january. jjmk j "yeah, i'd say i've kept a low profile," mluk 1 said. "i've just tried do my job k lk keep services order." lvlbk i rumph's duties include overseeing sga's ui imk renter's association, consumer action illkj council. forum, community ituihl interaction program legal services. . rkph those programs have continued hfefet phj thrive improve ways, hl. noted new rental property 9hhbti inspection service. is especially pleased increased awareness sga, gained without increased publicity funding. "but some things have happened that i've been disappointed with. we didn't get a few done wanted to do," he said. his greatest disappointment is the loss of cooperative education program which provided on-the-job training for students. was discontinued when $g4,000 federal grant not renewed. rumph said canceled "was just coming into its own." progress league oklahoma college and university students, sometimes controversial student lobbying group, has also left dissatisfied. "i don't think they should much money," $3,000 senate appropriated locus. advised government leaders keep close eye on locus expenditure funds by state universtiy fees. rumph, 20, member sigma phi epsilon fraternity. received $1,500 sga work during 1979. sources displeased with limited role mcmahan allowed him in operations, notably past four months. rumph refused to confirm or deny those reports, but said, "i don't think i've been as effective i could've been, a lot of it was due lack communication." "we get along. we have good working relationship. ever met anyone who thinks things through well dan does." revealed his desire seek the sga presidency during recent student elections. felt students needed another alternative, one more experience, wasn't able an experienced running mate." he said. rumph. unlike mcmahan, did not publicly endorse any presidential candidate. declined say whom privately supported. lyndon and ricky will do job. i'm ready help them started," said leaves office with mixed emotions. miss enjoyed people, now i'll free time, time study," finance major "there's possibility may run for some scat later on, leaning against it. haven't ruled out completely."
|Title||Daily O'Collegian, 1979-11-30|
|Subject||Oklahoma State University-Students-Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals-Oklahoma; Stillwater, (Okla.)-Newspapers|
|Description||The student-run newspaper at Oklahoma State University from 1924 -|
|Publisher||Stillwater, OK; Oklahoma State University. 1924 -|
|Relation||The Daily O'Collegian|
|Rights||Copyright 2011 Board of Regents for the Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical Colleges. All rights reserved.|