Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1983

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National Applied Sciences Equipped for micro research The department of biology received new equipment dura 5 the year through donations, research grants and the use special departmental restricted funds, said Dr. Clark -vens. head of the department. An anonymous donor gave the department a Commodore per-PET QSPQOOQ computer that featured six built-in guages. Three TRS-80 model computers and software for t new equipment also were obtained, Stevens said. He said the computers would be used in both teaching d research situations. "We have really just been in the pro- as of learning about the computers," said Stevens. The biology department also received a dozen new earch-quality microscopes, a new laminar flow cabinet it will provide a sterile environment and a new video tape .yer and camera, said Stevens. The equipment was pur- ased with restricted funds made up of money donated to ? department by alumni and friends. The department added a new professor this year. Dr. nes R. Nichols, a 1966 graduate, came to ACU in the fall vm the lTniversity of Central Arkansas. lle received his ister's degree from the University of Michigan in lwti and i doctorate from the University of Missouri at Columbia in 73. Stevens said animal physiology was Nichols' specialty. Several faculty members attended workshops and 2etings during the year. Three faculty members, Dr. Archie anis, Dr. Gerald Wilson and Stevens, served at the meeting the American Society for Microbiology in Lubbock. Manis and Dr. Ken Williams also attended a Sheautaqua orkshop at the University of Texas on the subject of olution. Sheautaqua Workshops are offered around the na- fn about a variety of topics, Stevens said. Dr. Roy Shake ended a similar workshop on ecology that was conducted a small island offthe coast of Georgia, Stevens said. Also, 22 students were accepted into professional pro- ams last year. Fifteen were accepted into medical or dental aools, one to optometry school, one into a doctor of phar- icy program, one into a regular pharmacy program, three physical therapy school, and one to physicians assistant nool. - Tammy Fielder - . . 's . Top: Dr. Nichols shows students a lab animal. Middle: Faye Armstrong and another student check on some lab animals. Bottom: Group picture. 'N chie Manisjohn Little, Gerald Wilsonjames Nichols, Ken Williams, Roy Shake, Clark Stevens. S it J' Biology X 551

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