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Page 81 text:
DAVID ADCOX, Searcy, Ark.
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PAT Dense, Hqleyviue, Ala.
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EUGENE UNDERWOOD, LaGrange, Ga.
RESEARCH materials in the library become very important
when a student begins graduate work, as Pat Deese finds.
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problems at a chapel service at the Memphis graduate s:lfool.
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Page 80 text:
Graduate students do independent research
TEACHERS from the vicinity find the graduate seminar courses in education
offered at Harding valuable in keeping abreast of developments in their field.
GRADUATE COUNCIL. SEATED:
Graduate work toward the degree of Master
of Arts in Teaching is offered on the Searcy cam-
pus. Because of the growing amount of informa-
tion necessary to keep abreast of current develop-
ments. both new and experienced teachers find
the courses valuable. The program is designed
to strengthen Hardingis offerings in teacher
training and meet the needs of teachers seeking
improvement in instructional or administrative
skills. Admittance to the North Central Associa-
tion of Colleges and Secondary Schools has aided
the growth of the current program.
The Graduate School of Bible and Religion
which began in Searcy in 1955 and was moved
to Memphis in 1958 offers courses in doctrinal,
historical. practical, and Biblical fields. Three
years of graduate work leading to the Blaster of
Arts, Master of Religious Education. and Bache-
lor of Sacred Literature are available in Mem-
. K. Summitt, L. C. Sears, RoyWelIborne. STANDING: Leonard Lewis, G. W. Bond, C. L, Ganus, J. E. Pryor.
Page 82 text:
Superior scholorship promoted by honor society
Alpha Chi is a national honor scholarship soc-
iety which strives to recognize and promote ex-
cellence in scholarship and to promote those
elements of character which make scholarship
effective for service.
To qualify for membership one must be a reg-
ular student at Harding College for one year
prior to becoming a member. Seniors must have
achieved not less than a 3.50 average on at least
104 semester hours and juniors a 3.70 average
on at least 80 semester hours.
The Arkansas Eta Chapter was chartered at
Harding College on March 1, 1957. The chapter
was petitioned by the Alpha Honor Society
which was organized as a local honor society in
the Winter of 1936.
Sponsor of the Arkansas Chapter of Alpha Chi
is Dean Joseph E. Pryor and faculty advisors are
Dr. James Atteberry and Miss Annie Mae Alston.
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