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Art I ' ll M IMP Barbara Bishop Chairman The department of Art at Longwood College is guided by the concept that a student ' s educatioR;, must concern Itself with creative learniij mentation in the visual arts, and concefl ment. These goals are achieved through aj different programs and people. The facil sents a wide spectrum of talent and ! specialties; this helps to give the student, _ .. choice of courses. According to Miss Barbara Bist the departmental head, the student ipnm-: «; enthusiasm is a definite strong point of t|f ment. j The opportunity to work within differe while learning composition and design are j offered students concentrating in Stadio | Studio Art, students may choose to concl Painting, Crafts, Sculpture, Drawing, or PrS Graphic Design. 3 In Art History, students begin with a core xsffiSl courses. These courses support a broad, gen knowledge of art while defining terms and te,f i " ' " The courses within the concentration trace | from prehistoric days to the present. | Courses are also available in the area of filr| All faculty members are exhibiting artisf well-known throughout the region. Their et and their understanding of the various art ' foi strengthened by their concern for teaching, are r0g fleeted in the high quality of education of ' " " " Longwood ' s Art Program. :| Some special events taking place within ti ment include guest speakers and exhibit fflj,, ,,; ,..,,, ! . as well as a lecture-workshop series sponsored each year. ■Zfy-wtmi Chairman 3 Barbara L. Bishop I Faculty j Mark S. Baldridge, Assistant Professor , ' l Elisabeth L. Flynn, Associate Professor ,, Janice S. Lemen, Professor Mary Virginia Mitchell, Assistant Professor Charlotte Schrader-Hooker, Professor J Homer L. Springer. Jr., Assistant Professor j Conway B. Thompson, Assistant Professor _ '
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A.O. Mitchell II Mrs. A. 0. Mitchell, Rector Newport News Roland E. Thompson, Vice Rector Upperville George J. Kostel, Secretary Clifton Forge Lester E. Andrews Farmville Mrs, William L. Anfin Radford Mrs. J, L. Davidson Lynchburg Alice Gay Kampfmueller Virginia Beach M. Ralph Page Richmond Mrs. Joshua Pretlow Suffolk Eric L. Robinson Farmville Mrs. E. A. West Rocky Mount
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John E. Carr, III lA ILA i r ' M- .kJ Business economics This program is one of Longwood ' s most rapidly " xpanding areas of study. This major prepares stu- pnts.to make the important decisions required of ay-to-day business management. The program mphasizes the skills and techniques needed for a irgpr in Business Administration. ysiness Administration majors take a core cur- |of general business courses and then begin Irating in one of five areas: accounting, fi- i management, marketing, or real estate fee. jiligh the program, students are able to parti- ,, in a practicum during their senior y_ iracticum is designed to give students a full practical experience in the field tion. jusiness-oriented students wishing t iod offers a major in Business Educati ,iri, which is approved by the National] fcreditation of Teacher Education, 1 fetirses in general business and in professions .ion. Students majoring in Business Educatj feentrate in one of two areas of certification: ' Office Procedures or Stenography. ■ The Office Administration major is designed li ttudents who desire careers in office manageme, |r in supervisory positions within business. ,» The full range of business areas is covered, pro- viding students with a broad, general base of knowledge. SChairman .; Uohn E. Carr III SjFaculty , pohn B. Christian, Instructor ■ iAnthony B. Cristo, Associate Professor j Thomas L. Dickens, Instructor s siGwen F. Fields, Assistant Professor ' Raymond Gilchrist, Associate Professor ' Frances N. Hamlett. Assistant Professor jWiilard G. Leeper. Associate Professor (Donald G, McCort, Assistant Professor IMary J. Noblitt, Assistant Professor iBrian A. Pumphrey, Instructor iPatsy G. Watson, Instructor
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