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Page 264 text:
Dr, John E. Visser, executive ossistont to the
president ond protessor ot history, terminoted
his tour ond one holt yeors ot service ot Boll
Stote on Februory 8, l9o7. Dr, Visser lett Boll
Stote to become president ol Konsos Stote Teochers'
College in Emporio, Konsos, ond vvos succeeded by
Dr. Richord Coldemeyeri Dr, Visser obtoined his
BA, from Hope College ond his MA. ond PhD.
from the University of lovvo. l-le hos served os
Deon ot Men ot l-lope College, Assistont to the
Registror ot Western lvlichigon University, Deon
ot Grond Ropids Junior College, ond Assistont
Deon ot Boll Stote. During the post yeor, Dr.
Visser served os on ex otticio member of the
Protessionol Policies Council, ond os choirmon
ot the Long Ronge Plonning Committee, the Doto
Processing Advisory Committee, ond the Westminster
Foundotion Committee, l-le holds membership in
the Notionol Educotion Associotion, lndiono Stote
Teochers I-Xssociotion, Notionol Associotion for
l-ligher Educotion, ond Phi Delto Koppo.
Dr. John E. Visser,
executive assisfani lo fhe president
Dr. Richard H. Caldemeyer,
execulive assisfanf to lhe president
1 A 9- Z
Page 263 text:
As He Nears Retirement
ln his tvventy-second year as president of both Ball
State Teachers College and Ball State
University, Dr. John P. Emens will till this capacity
for one more year. In his last year he will look
into the past when he began his career as a rural
school teacher in l92O. l-le later held positions
ot a principal, State Director ot Teacher Certification
and Education, Deputy Superintendent ot Public
lnstructior ot Michigan, a college teacher at Eastern
Michigan University and Wayne State
University, and director ot personnel in the Detroit
public school system. l-le became president ot Ball
State Teachers College in l945. As President Emens
looks to the future, he sees many ot his long-range
plans tor the campus either completed, near
completion, or to be started. The l-lealth Center,
Student Center, and Library have been completed,
vvith the nevv science and classroom buildings
and a new residence hall in progress. l-le hopes to see
the stadium, swimming pool, and architecture
building completed in the near future. Atter retire-
ment, President Emens will remain in Muncie tor
consultation work on university attairs.
i wisu me BEARS i
COULD mv LIKE we i
President Emens has d p f
students and helps th
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l-leaded by Dr. Merrill C. Beyerl, the Student Affairs
Office coordinates all services which help students
adiust to university life and become responsible, self-
directing individuals. The areas of housing, health
service, counseling and psychological services, stu-
dent programs, financial aids, and professional selec-
tion are included in student affairs to maintain, en-
courage, and guide students, The Office of Admissions
Records and Registration enrolls students and main-
tains their permanent files. Such files are stored
at Kansas University to insure their permanence.
The Placement Office helps graduates find iobs. This
life-time service can be used by any Ball State grad-
uate. The events of all student organizations are co-
ordinated by the Office of Student Programs, Inter-
national Student Programs and Religious Programs
are also guided by Student Affairs. With this em-
phasis onthe student, the Student Personnel Adminis-
tration Program vvas recently established at the grad-
uate level. This program is designed to fill the demand
for administrators and faculty in student affairs.
Miss Martha Wickham, assistant dean of students
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