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1 California State University, San Bernardino CSUSB ScholarWorks Friday Bulletin CSUSB Archives November Friday Bulletin Follow this and additional works at: Recommended Citation Friday Bulletin, "November " (1976). Friday Bulletin. Paper This Article is brought to you for free and open access by the CSUSB Archives at CSUSB ScholarWorks. It has been accepted for inclusion in Friday Bulletin by an authorized administrator of CSUSB ScholarWorks. For more information, please contact

2 BULLETin CALIFORNIA STATE COLLEGE «SAN BERNARDINO CENTER FOR NEW DIRECTIONS OPENS November 5, 1976 The housewife whose kids are in school all day, the breadwinner who feels trapped in a dead-end job, and others who interrupted their education for family, military service, work or other reasons are being offered a new choice. The College's Center for New Directions, recently established, will provide a special free counseling service to those who don't "think college" because of previous academic deficiences or interirption in academic attendance. The new center might just also be the cup of tea for those who are looking for a second career or advanced degree or mature persons who are wondering what to do with the rest of their lives. Lorraine Beaman, coordinator of the program, states that the free counseling service provides an initial counseling interview, general information about types of programs, classes and scheduling of classes, referrals for academic vocational and personal-growth counseling; information on low cost child care, career information and many other student services. Six ways to attend CSCSB are open to the returning students: through regular day or evening classes, extension classes, external degree programs, summer sessions, the Open College extension program (formal admission not required) or selfpaced study outside the classroom, Ms. Beaman adds that a special adraissions category may enable non-high school graduates to enroll. Probationary admission also may be possible in some instances. Lois McAfee, Public Affairs Assistant, is also coordinating the program. ft ft IT'S OPEN ENROLLMENT TIME» He^th Insurance Deadline - November 15. Employees may enroll, change plans, or add all eligible family members. Group Family Hospital Income Plan Deadline - November 15. This is a group insurance plan which pays the employee a pre-determined amount each day that the employee (or any covered family member) is confined in a licensed general hospital. Accident Protection Plan Deadline - November 15. This is a group insurance plan which pays the employee (or any covered family member) a predetermined amount for accidental death or dismemberment. Deferred Compensation Plan Deadline - November 30. This State-sponsored plan allows deferral of up to 80% of an employee's salary until retirement. No state or federal income tax is paid on this money until after retirement. NOTE: A meeting to discuss this program is scheduled todag from 2-3 p.m. in SS-171, All employees welcome. Effective dates on all of tfe^- above programs are January 1, 1977,

3 ALICE WiLSON NAMED SR. ASST. LIBRARIAN FACULTY MUSICIANS PERFORM SUNDAY EVE Ms. Alice Wilson has been reclassified to Senior Assistant Librarian. Ms. Wilson, Curriculum Librarian, has been with the Library since December 1, 1969, -MUSIC Clarinetist Arthur Moorefield and pianist Timothy Strongr music faculty artists, will present a program Sunday evening, November 7, Robert Kuehn, violist and junior music major, will assist in the performance of a Mozart trio. The College and public are invited to attend the recital at 7:30 p.m. in PS-10, Opening the concert will be Hindemith's Senate fur Klarinette. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Trio in B flat Major and Johannes Brahms' Sonata in E flat Major, Opus 120,No. 2, complete the program. Admission is $1.50. without charge. Children and students with identification are admitted BAROQUE MUSIC PROGRAM IS WED. NOON MUSICALS This week's Wednesday Noon musicale features a descriptive program of Baroque music and instruments by Dr. Lawrence Johansen, applied music instructor, and his wife, Judith. Dr. Johansen, also on Cal. Baptist College and UCR faculties, is an authority on Baroque instruments. Everyone is welcome, free of charge, November 10, FA~104. * * * BLUEGRASS MUSIC The foot-stomping, down-home Bluegrass music of "The New Lost CONCERT THURSDAY Wrightwood Ramblers " will be featured this Thursday, Nov. 11 in an A.S.B.-sponsored concert at 11:30 a.m. at the Commons Patio. Free. NOV. AND DEC. PAYDAYS LISTED The two remaining pay dates in 1976 will be as follows November - December 1 December - December 31 The Bulletin will publish the pay dates in 1977 when they become available. BROUGHT BACK BY POPULAR demand: CSCSB BULLETIN The California State College, San Bernardino BULLKTIN is published by the Office of College Relations. AD-Hl, Ext Material for publication must be received by noon Tuesday before the Friday of publication. Editor Printed at >uplieatmg The Faculty-Staff Socials start again Thursday, November 18, 4-6 p.m. Refreshments and good conpany. Contributions may be given to Theron Pace, 7551; Penny Jones, 7238; Frank Lootens, Put Nov. 18, Lower Commons on your calendar now. * A A Barbara Nolte TONIGHT'S MOVIE - 6 8:30,PS-10 tromeo and Juliet (1968) The youngest performers ever to professionally play Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers Cler. Asst. IIA - Personnel Off.; type 50 wpm; 1/yr EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES pd cler. exp.; calculator; $673/mo; 40 hr./wk; perm,; apply by Nov PERSONNEL CHANGES promotion - Congratulations - Ellen Edgar - Cler. Asst. IIIA, Adms. Rec. RECLASSIFICATION: Nita Blackwell to Dept. Sec'y I; Barbara Sullivan to Sec'y B; Henry White to Stnt. Aff. Asst. I; Janet Lawson to Dept. Sec'y I. Hussey, Leonard Whiting,

4 The Price is Right', SWINE FLU SHOTS Starting next week, Monday, swine flu shots will be avail- START NEXT WEEK able to all students, faculty and staff in the Student Health Center, AD-117. The shots, free of charge, will be given on a revised schedule, as follows: Men., Wed., Fri.: 9 a.m. to A:30 p.m. - lues.: 10:30 a.m.- A:30 p.m. Thurs.: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. A onc'inan presentotion by LS irx,» X ^ ^ Exotic woods in new furniture fcrms will be on view in Leo Doyle's one-man show, Woodturnings, opening next Friday, November 12. The College and public are Invited to meet the WO0BTUMM1M S artist in a reception at 8 p.m. opening day in the Art Gallery and see his display of new and experimental ways of turning on a wood lathe. Mr. Doyle, Assoc. Prof., Art, stresses utility as well as artistry in his wood objects. The objects feature a wide range of sizes and uses, often with surprising characteristics. The artist is currently developing a lathe for woodturning which will allow him to turn even larger pieces. Mr. Doyle earned a MFA from the School for American Craftsmen in New York. His work is in many private collections and several pieces were displayed in last spring's California Design Show in Los Angeles. * * PSYCHOLOGY fintjnqjjiijh SERIES BEG31JS NOV. 10 The Psychology Department will bring a Colloquium Series hare this year.the first of foxor speakers scheduled for the season is Bonnie Burstein, UCLA clinical psychology graduate doing intern work at Cedar Sinai Hospital. Her topic is "Predicators of Sexual Behaviors and Satisfaction in College Women." The speech vjill be given in LC-SOO, 4-5 p.m., November 10, followed by an informal discussion with all interested persons at dinner at a local restaurant. it a WHAT GOES ON The second monthly noon luncheon discussion of an interesting IN THAT COURSE? course taught on canpus will feature "Popular Culture: The Rock Generation," taught by Bruce Golden, Assoc. Prof., English. Some questions which might be asked and answered are: What are the students learning in this course? What is the significance of this era for today? All faculty are invited to come, bring theirquestions, join the group for lunch, noon to 1, Tuesday, Nov. 9 in. The meeting is sponsored by the Faculty Development Center. * * it STUDENTS INVITED TO Two representatives from the CSUC International Programs MEET WITH INT'L PROG, will be on campus to meet with students who are interested REPRESENTATIVES in going abroad for study next year or in the future. Students in all fields are eligible to apply for the program, which offers a year of study in a foreign university to juniors or seniors. Freshmen and sophomores are welcome to Join the discussion for future planning. Room LC-276, Wednesday, Nov. 10, noon to 3 p.m. Call Dr. Rydell, 7^73 for information. k it it F^3yiEMBER" call Drama Dept. Office, Ext, 7452 for ticket information for "Three Men on a Horse." 3

5 «1_ i _ iitl Anand Bhatia (Administration) addressed the Inland Empire Chapter of the American Production and Inventory Control Society on "Information Flow and Barriers to Managerial Communication," Oct. 20, in Riverside. Robert Blackey (History) spoke on "Witchcraft: History and Perspective," before the high school youth group of Temple Emanu El, San Bernardino on Halloween eve. Lloyd Campbell (Education) spoke to psychology classes at Riverside Poly High School on "Getting Close to People," Nov. 4- Margaret Gibbs (Administration) conducted a three hour seminar in the ecology of planning at UC, Irvine, Oct. 7. ^ Bruce Golden (English) discussed "Poetry and Writing Careers" with the Journalism Class at Colton High School, Nov. 2. ^ Janice Loutzenhiser (Administration) spoke to the Rotary Club of San Bernardino, East, on "The ERA: What it Is, and What it Isn't," Nov. 1. Neville Spencer (Math) spoke to the Sundowners Chapb. of the American Business Women's Assn. on "What About our Metric Future?" Nov. 2. * * * PUBLICATIONS John Chaney (Administration) has had an article entitled, "An Experiment in a Completely Self-Paced Home Study Finance Course," written in conjunction with Jack McDonnell (Administration), accepted for publication in the 1976 issue of the Journal of Financial Education. ^^ Dick Ackley (Aca. Admin.) was re-elected by the Professional Activities Inland Empire World Affairs Council board of directors as vice-president for academic affairs. Hal Hoverland (Administration) has been elected a member of the Board of Directors of the San Bernardino Chamber of Commerce. Harold Jambor (Sociology) conducted a seminar in "Interviewing for Information" at Pacific Oaks Children's Center and College, in Pasadena,for students in a course on school-parents-community relations, Oct. 22. Sarojam Mankau and Alex Sokoloff (Biology) appeared as panelists in a Creation- Evolution seminar held at the San Bernardino Convention Center last week. Frederick Newton (Psychology) recently presented two papers at the Sixteenth Annual Mtg. of the Society for Psychophysiological Research in San Diego on "High Frequency EEG Correlates of Cognition," and "Long-Term Control of 40Hz EEG Activity." ^ Tennes Rosengren (Education) presented a workshop, "Training Session in Communication Skills," for students and teachers at Richardson Jr. High School, Oct. 25. George Weiny (P.E. & Rec.) will present a report on findings of a field study cf the fauna cf Santa Cruz and Santa Rosa Islands, Talcott Shoals and Rhodes Reef at the International Conference on Underwater Educ. in San Diego, Nov Roger Fogg (Grad. Asst., P.E. & Rec.) assisted in the field study. 4

6 it's hcppehing' at CAtlFORNIA STATE COLLEGE, SAN BERNARDINO when... DAY. HOVEMBER 5 2:30 & 4:00 p m. 2:00 p.m. 6:00 & 8:30 p.m URDAY. NOVEMBBR 6 10:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m. what... where. Soccer Club Meeting I0-204_ Intramural Flag Football P.E. Fields Mtg.r - Def. Comp, Prog. & Tax-Sheltered Annuity Prog. SS-171 Film: **Romeo and Juliet" PS-10 ESCAPE: Santa Anita Race Track Bus Trip Faculty Wives Potluck Depart Main Lot CO-104 SDAYj NOVEMBER 7 7:30 p.m. DAY. NOVEMBER 8 9:00 a.m. 1:30 p.m. ESDAY. NOVEMBER 9 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 5DAY. NOVEMBER 10 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 3:00 & 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 8:15 P*ni. DAY. NOVEMBER 11 11:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:15 P»ni. Faculty Artists Recital LDSSA Meeting ^ Tertulia en Espanol Acctg. Club Mtg. - Speaker Theodore Strader Gay Student Union Meeting Intramural Coed Softball Library Center Session: "Writing & Revising the First Draft" Christian life Club Meeting Faculty Development Center Discussion Film Festival: "Philadelphia Story" Intramural Badminton Doubles Serrano Village Council Meeting A.S.B. Executive Cabinet Meeting LDSSA Meeting Film Festival: "Philadelphia Story" Symphony Board Meeting Musical: Lawrence Johansen & Judith Johansen Visiting Represenatives for Int*l Program BSU Meeting Int'l Club Meeting Intramural 3 Person Basketball AAUP Meeting Psych. Colloquim: Bonnie Burstein (UCLA) Judicial Board Training Meeting VETERAN'S DAY (Use for Holiday Dec. 24) Band Concert M.E.Ch.A. Club Meeting CSEA Facility Group Meeting General Info Meeting for Psychology Seniors A.S.B. Sports Committee Meeting Woodpushers Anonymous Opening Night: "Three Men on a Horse" PS-10 CO-125 LC-500 (so) LC-277 P.E. Fields LC-130 LC-276 LC-Listening Fac. Gym SS-171 LC-Listening Fac FA-104 LC-276 LC-204 Gym AD-121 LC-500 (S) Commons LC-276 BI-101 SS-Atrium Little Theater