Newman University - Heart Yearbook (Wichita, KS)

 - Class of 1972

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Reverand Roman S. Galiardi, O.S.B President ofSacred Heart College 8

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-ww.-..,,,. 1 Robert Pearce Assistant to the President s wr I 9 Numerous Changes Result In More Academic Freedom Sacred Heart College experienced numer- ous changes this year, and growth was evi- dent in the results. Under the direction of a new college president and through a revised curriculum, students at The Heart enjoyed more academic and individual freedom. Succeeding Sister Sylvia Gorges, Father Roman S. Galiardi was appointed as presi- dent ofSacred Heart College. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1930, Father Roman had served as President of St. Proco- pius College, Lisle, Illinois, for the previous six years. He received his B.A. Degree in phi- losophy from St. Procopius College, his J.C.B. and J.C.L. in canon law, and M.A. in clincial psychology from the Catholic Univer- sity of America, and his J.C.D. in Rome. Throughout the year, Father Roman proved his ability to communicate with the college community and the community at large. Sacred Heart College also introduced changes in the curriculum to make education at the university more personalized. They eliminated required courses above those for a major and cut the number of hours required for graduation from 128 to 120. Students designed their own study pro- grams, selecting subjects they felt related to their major fields and courses at the grade level they wanted or were prepared for. Fac- ulty members and advisers were available for assistanceg however, the ultimate choice and responsiblity for education lay in the hands of the students. Sister Tarcisia Roths, academic dean, ex- plained the change in curriculum as an at- tempt to help each student "in his personal growth toward maturity and responsibility and a meaningful life." The school also restricted the number of hours each student could take per semester from 18 to 16 to provide more study time. With the individual in mind, the college officials have structured their programs to fit the needs, goals, and interests ofthe students. These changes strengthened the efforts to provide and attain a liberal arts education. Sr. Tarcisia Roths Academic Dean Professor of History 8L Political Sciences.

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