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

 - Class of 1983

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Home Economics Family Studies Right: Cindy Risser and Carla Clinton take notes in class. Bottom Iett: Regina Gilmore practices her sewing techniques in Clothing Design and Construction, a home economics class. Bottom right: Instructor Mrs. Wanda Montgomery helps Debbie Johnson make adjustments on her sewing project. 3501 Home Economics The "Our mission was to strengthen families," said Dr. Donice Kelly, department chairman and graduate adviser for family studies. Home economics students put classroom knowledge to use and had high expectations for the future job market. Several ACU graduates in the department of home economicsffamily studies were established in jobs around the state and nation as a result of the programs ACU offered, said Dr. Kelly. The home economicsffamily studies department con- sisted of four major divisions: home economics educationg it .V ,rtt ilit -5 family strengtlf food, nutrition and dieteticsg fashion merchandising, interiw design and general home economics. Home economics education majors could get a voc tional certification with an option for teaching endorsemen in kindergarten by taking only nine more credit hours. Mai students followed that route, said Dr. Kelly. Practical wo: in this field included majors maintaining the Adams Hon Management House located on Cedar Crest. In eight weeks four women were given the opportunity 1 manage food, time, money and resources in the home, supe vised by jeri Welch, part-time ACU teacher. Also, majo looking for endorsements in kindergarten were required 1 spend some time at the ACU nursery, which was directed l Mrs. Loreta Kelley. Dr. Kelly said only a small number of majors were food, nutrition and dietetics because of all the science i volved. ACU offered the American Dietetic Association a proved Plan IV which led graduates to apply for an inter ship and a possible Registered Dietitian designation. Dr. Kelly said that food, nutrition and dietetics majo were encouraged to work in their field while attendir school. She said 40 hours of outside work in some sort I food management was required. The fashion merchandising major had one of the large number of students. Many job opportunities were in Dall and Houston. In this major students were required to fini: 160 hours of work to graduate. Annetta Smith was the first student to graduate from tl interior design program. As the newest degree area in the department, it was attracting many students, said Dr. Kelly. General home economics, furthermore, provided for broad background in homemaking skills and did nr specialize in any particular field. The department also offerc graduate programs. An outstanding accomplishment in the faculty was wha Marianna Rasco, associate professor, received her Ph.l from Texas Tech. - Kristy Pendergmrr SX . . I

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