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I 1 School of Music The School of Music, a fully accredited member of the National Association of Schools of Music since 1930, has an en- rollment of 450 undergraduates and 300 graduate students. The ratio of students to faculty is approximately 8 to 1, and in order to provide all students individu- alized instruction and a balanced ensem- ble experience, a maximum enrollment of 750 is self-imposed. The School of Music offers over 350 concerts and recitals each year featuring faculty members, students, guest artists, and ensembles of all sizes. Every two years the School presents a major na- tional festival featuring recent works by composers from throughout North America, as performed by students and faculty. The School of Music also reg- ularly hosts various conventions, holds workshops, presents festivals, and gives special courses. Along with a solid education, students within the School of Music are able to acquire a broad cultural awareness by interaction with other creative people in a stimulating and supportive environ- ment. Laura Lehtinen Because of the School ' s continuing strides towards excellence, and because it is one of the top five schools of its kind in the nation, our staff has chosen it as one of the two schools within the Uni- versity to highlight this year as examples of the diversified ways in which F.S.U. is charging forward. Above, Professor Boda, a composition instructor in F.S.U. ' s School of Music. ▲ The School puts on many different perfor- mances each year. Originally from Iowa, Robert Glidden is currently Dean of the School of Music. He holds a Bachelors, Masters and Doc- torate degree from the University of Iowa. He believes in offering students the best university and musical education, and his de dication shows through, for the School of Music is ranked among the top five schools in the nation. With this high honor, the University can only hope that Dean Glidden will continue to be the high achiever we have seen him to be. 48 Charging Forward
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College of Engineering The College of Engineering is a joint program between F.S.U. and F.A.M.U. The new building located near the Reservation offers classes to students from both univer siries. Available courses of study within the College include Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Industrial, and Mechanical En- gineering. Professional organizations that students may join include the American Society of Civil Engineers, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Institute of Electronic and Electric Engineers and the American So- ciety of Mechanical Engineers. The programs in Civil, Electrical, and Mechanical En- gineering have been accredited by the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology, and the Chemical En- gineering program received an accreditation review in October 1986. Directly behind the new engineering building is one of the few " super computer " facilities supported by the fed- eral government to advance the development and usage of the state-of-the-art computer. Both campuses have their own computer centers which students are encouraged to utilize for problem solving. Laura Lehtinen Due to the continuing development of the College ' s curriculum, the new facility they just moved into, their growing number of students, and their highly qualified Interim Dean, our staff has chosen the College of En- gineering as the second school to be highlighted this year. The pictures on these two pages represent different aspects of the five departments within the College — civil, mechanical, chemical, industrial, and electrical engineering. In August of 1987, Dr. Krishnamurity Karamcheti was chosen to become the In- terim Dean of the F.S.U. F.A.M.U. College of Engineering. Dr. Karamcheti came to F.S.U. in 1986 as a professor. As well as serving as a professor of Mechanical En- gineering, he also served as Chairman of the Mechanical Engineering Department. Before his employment at Florida State, he served as professor of Mechanical En- gineering and professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics Emeritus at Stanford Univer- sity. After Dean Karamcheti received his B.S. from Benares Hindu University, he trav- eled to the United States where he pursued his M.S. and Ph.D. at the California In- stitute of Technology. His specialties lie in the areas of fluid mechanics, aerodynam- ics, gas dynamics, kinetic gas dynamics, acoustics, and aeroacoustics. His diversified background and broad range of study will allow Dr. Karamcheti to serve the joint engineering program as an excellent Interim Dean. 50 Charging Forward
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