Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology - Yearbook (Welland, Ontario Canada)
- Class of 1972
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Text from Pages 1 - 152 of the 1972 volume:
i THE H t5 ' ml 72 KNIGHT 1971-72 PRESIDENT A. S. MANERA THE PRESIDENT ' S MESSAGE I am very happy to take this occasion to say a few words to students and friends of the College who may be reading this yearbook. College life is, to a large extent, what you make of it. As with life in general, there is potential for accomplishment, satisfaction, and frustrations. Disappointments and frustrations are often as much a part of personal development as are the successes. Whether you are just graduating or whether you are reading this several years after it is writte n, the events and people described in this yearbook will undoubtedly bring back many memories. If you are graduating this year, you will find that the College did not provide you with all the ans- wers to all the questions that will come up in your everyday work or personal activities. If you are reading this after several years, I am sure that by now you have also found this out. Hope- fully, though, the time spent at Niagara College will have provided some of the tools needed to find some of the answers, though not by any means all of the answers. The year 1972 is certainly a milestone in the history of Niagara College. Hopefully, it will be remembered as the year in which future goals were defined and future directions chartered. Cer- tainly the past has much to teach us and, in looking through this yearbook, we must look to the future which I hope will be satisfying and successful for each other. A. S. Manera 2 THE COLLEGE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE The College Executive Committee was established by the Board of Governors following the early retirement of Dr. W. George Bowen as President of Niagara College at the end of June, 1971. The structure and functions of this Committee, which came to be popularly known as the CE.C. , were outlined in a memorandum issued July 5, 1971 by Mr. Harwood, Chairman of the Board of Governors. Following is an ex- cerpt from that memo. " Until a new President or an Interim President is selected, an Executive Committee will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the College. This Committee will consist of: Mr. I. J. Giancarlo - Chairman Mr. R. S. Bigelow - Vice-Chairman Mr. A. Wyatt Mr. S. H, M. EUiott Mr. A. P. Mclntee Mr. A. S. Aboud Mr. J. P. Roos - Secretary The Board of Governors has confidence that this group can successfully guide the College until a more perma- nent arrangement is made. I hope that all staff members will actively support the Executive Committee during this interim period so that the best interests of Niagara College, and more particularly, the best interests of the students, will not be adversely affected in any way. " At the first formal meeting of the C.E. C. on July 6, 1972, the members agreed to meet daily to deal with the accumulated items of College business. The Committee ' s first task was to forumlate immediate College object- ives. Highest priority was given to preparation for instructional activities in the Fall term. This included such matters as the completion of faculty assignments and timetabling, provision of physical space and teaching facili- ties, equipment and supplies. Written reports of all important activities and College operational matters were sup- plied to the Board on a regular basis. The C.E.C. also met with the Board of Governors once a week, later once every two weeks, to present its report on conditions in the College. In an effort to maintain all channels of com- munication open, regular meetings were scheduled with the Divisional Chairmen, the Faculty Executive, and the S.A.C. executive. As the Committee continued its operations, it soon became apparent that, in addition to day-to-day operations, involvement in long range College planning was necessary. A number of sub- committees or action groups were formed. One dealt with the Connect Campus, or S.R.G. five-year planning. A review of all iteins in the Policy and Procedures manual was begun. The Committee in effect assumed all the functions of the offices of the President and the Dean of Faculty. This responsibility was delineated by Mr. Harwood, Chai rman of the Board, in a progress report which was issued on August 19, 1971. " In my note of July 5th I indicated that the College Executive Committee wotild be responsible for the day-to- day operations of the College until a new President or an interim President is selected . It is most unlikely that the appointment of an interim President will be made and, consequently, the C.E.C. will function until a new President takes office. The College Executive Committee with Mr. I. J; Giancarlo as Chairman as well as Act- ing Chief Officer of the College, has had an extremely busy summer, and I would like to compliment this group for the initiative they have shown in guiding the operations of Niagara College during a difficult period. The members of this Committee have asked me to extend their appreciation to the many staff members who have contributed a great deal of time and effort in assisting them to fulfil their responsibilities. As the functions of the President and the Dean of Faculty have been assigned to the C.E.C. by the Board of Gov- ernors, the position of the Dean will cease to exist in this interim period. Mr. Wyatt has been designated as Acting Director of Resources area and will assume administrative direction of the Computer Centre as well as those areas now imder Mr. E. Lundman, Director of Campus Development, who resigned effective the end of September to accept a position elsewhere. " In addition to their Committee activities, the members of the C.E.C. continued to perform their duties in head- ing up various Schools and branches of the College. Mr. Mclntee, Associate Dean of the School of Business, under- took to head up Continuing Education until a decision was made regarding the appropriate place of Continuing Education in the College organization. The co-operation of all Board members, administrators, faculty and staff evident during this period as everyone worked to ensure the continued progress and orderly operation of the College. The C.E.C. continued to function until the new President, Mr. A. S. Manera, took office in January, 1972. A President ' s Management Team composed of members of the C.E.C., Mr. J. R. W. Whitehouse, Assistant Dean of the School of Industrial Relations and Labour Studies, and Mr. W. H. Cornett, Director of the Division of Re- training Programs, was formed by the President to carry on with administrative functions. - I. J. Giancarlo May 24, 1972 3 BOARD OF GOVERNORS Dr. D. H. MacDonald, 1972 Chairman R. T. Sawie, 1972 Vice-Chairmaii A. S. Manera President I. D. Buchanan Mrs. R. R. Buchanan W. H. Burton E. Goldsmith G. H. Hamilton R. C. Harwood E. M ateka M. F. Pummell A. Sharp r ' STAFF APPLIED ARTS L J. Giancarlo - Dean R. T. BADDELEY J. E. ARNOTT, Mrs. T. ABDEL-REHEM G. A. BLAZETICH I. BROWNLEE R. J. BOWMAN M. BRAMBLE E. CHURCH, Mrs. J. CLARKSON D. L. COLUSSI K. E. COSGROVE J. CUTHBERTSON J. DAVIE S, Mrs. D. DAVIE S P. DAVOUD J. ELLISON G. FILO, Mrs. J. M. FLYNN R. FORSTER B. N. GREEN O. GLYN -JONES B. GREENFIELD R. GUNTHORPE F. HABERMEHL H. HALLIDAY 14 M. HAMILTON, Mrs. D. HARRIS G. HAY G. HILYER, Mrs. A. JELBERT A. M. KEITH E. LUCAS, Mrs. D. MACKENZIE D. J. MA LONE J. P. MANSFIELD G. R. MATTHEWS D. MICHENER B. C. MILLIGAN B. MISENER, Mrs. E. MORGAN N. MORGAN, Mrs. J. MUGGE RIDGE W. B. MUNROE J. NICHOLAS F. NORRIS B. QUANDIL, Mrs. J. ROSS E, M. SNIDER, Mrs. L. TAYLOR C. VANDEVELDE J. WELLER AN OF TECHNOLOGY ' . Nature ' s vast re . : terial and energy wb I rendered usable to ma.: Lnds its identification v.,. logy. More and more students are realizing that pronounced effect which technology has on our every day life. Not only do they recognize the influence in material things, but there is a fur- ther realization of the social changes which contribute to the overall pattern of living. The past academic year was one of consolidation for ' : - rams offered in Technology. Rather than embark on : : new programs, the School concentrated on providing ma i quality plus a choice of options within existing pr: excellent placement record for graduates this yea._ that previous graduates have become excellent amba;: , and their employers are now returning annually to conduct interviews . My congratulations are extended to those who have achieved their goals and depart from our school with the Niagara Diplo- ma. May you now stand ready to meet the challenges of the seventies and the years to come. SHMExt May 17 72 TECHNOLOGY S. W. M. Elliott - Dean L. W. APPEL H. S. LUNDY P. J. BESWICK T. J. McGUINNESS C. C. BINGLEY H. MIETHIG G. CAMPBELL A. E. MILLS R. D. CAMPBELL N. K. MISRA R. K. CHOPRA H. 0. NEWTON F. A. CICCAULLI R. L. ROTH G. CIERI G. SCHLIEHAUF N. T. CIOLFI T. STRAWFORD T. W. ERASER J. H. SUTTON A. JAMIE SON J. G. TAKATA J. A. KOPEC W. D. WALKER J. LIANGA J. D. WILKINSON 21 YEARBOOK DRAFT A. P. McINTEE Dean, School of Business This is a report to our stockholders - to graduates, to the business community, to prospective students - on the year that was. It was a good year. Maybe our best year. It was certainly the most gratifying year from the standpoint of problems faced, opportunities taken and new acquaintences made. We started the year with a challenging assignment: an enviable placement record of past graduates and a reputation among colleges as innovators in the task of provid- ing relevant business education experience. We met the challenge head on. We are not unhappy with the results. The philosophy of the School of Business remained constant: to meet changes in the world of business with change in, our methods of working with those young people preparing to become part of their community ' s business world. As a result, new programs were studied. New techniques evolved. Our unique " open classroom " concept providing practical experience became, if anything, more open. Labs were introduced to additional business courses. Our services were made available to an evei widening audience both within and without the college. Projects took our students to every part of the community; into businesses, into the marketplace, and into a variety of profes- sional and educational organizations. Data Processing students worked with the Junior OHA on a system of computerized statistics. Marketing students, at the request of various sponsors, conducted field trips surveys on a variety of topics. Hotel and Food Services Management trainees became a factor in the area ' s world of hospitality and leisure activities. Financial Manage- ment students completed a transportation feasability study involving the problems encountered by commuting students. Advertising students raced national advertisers in working out plans, objectives and strategies on new consumer products. Secretarial students undertook and completed meaningful bvisiness projects. On any given day classes included visiting biasinessmen and graduates giving their time, sharing experiences, providing new information. At the end of the school year, in a tightening job market, many positions were available for the School of Busi- ness graduate. Many opted to continue their education, planning to go on with further formal programs or travelling in Canada and the rest of the world. We wish all God-speed. The staff is proud to have been of some help to all the young people on their way up. To have been a part of this critical time of their lives. We feel the ones who have left us are the kind of people we would like to do busi- ness with. We have a high standard to maintain and we wouldn ' t have it any other way. 23 BUSINESS A. P. Mclntee - Dean J. E. BIRNEY G. L. BOYLE J. W. CALDER J. C. CASSIDY J. L. CHAPMAN L. R. COTE D. FINCH M. FREEMAN, Mrs. A. J. GOSS I. HANLIN, Mrs. R. HARRIS -LOWE, Mrs. I. J. JOCSAK W. J. KALAHER B. A. KIMBERLEY B. F. MILLARD J. MURPHY, Mrs. I. E. NOREN P. J. SULLIVAN R. SHEPPARD W. J. TRIANO G. VIE NOT W. G. WRIGHT E. A. ZANETTI 26 MATHEMATICS A. Ferguson - Chairman D. P. ABRAHAM J. B. HERON R. A. CALLADINE T. D. HONEY D. L. CORNER J. G. KILLIP J. E. FOX B. J. WHYTE, Mrs. 27 LABOUR STUDIES INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS J. R. W. WHITE HOUSE D. A. CURRIE S. O ' FLYNN ACADEMIC RESOURCES D. FARR G. McKINNON P. J. BYRNE S. J. KEES K. LINDBERG M. THERRIEN, Mrs. 30 COLLEGE SERVICES K. W. ANDERSON w. G. Mcpherson A. BOWES D. ORR F. BASSI J. L. PARRETT M. BOSEY M. E. PATTERSON J. E. CASS T. J. PEACOCK R. P. GRID LAND G. R. PEVERE D. E. GILLIES G. RE PAR M. KERR P. L. RYLANDER E. KRIKORIAN J. A. SPITTLE G. R. LaROSE R. B. TALLON D. G. LAWRENCE E. THOMPSON 48 GRADUATES M. Addario D. Aldxy S. Anderson D. Andrews J. Andreychul M. Arthtir C. Atkinson K. Atkinson N. Ballantyne R. Ballard S. Barratt P. Beach P. Bearrs R. Beatty B. Bender I. Berg J. Berry D. Bessey J. Bezemer S. Billing R. Bissell M. Blanchaxd M. Blatt P. Boardman R. Boilard C. Bolduc R, Bonin J. Boughner B. Bowman O. Bourak 51 J. Cooper N. Corbeirre 52 K. Cornwell J. Costen K. Courhoyea K. Csuka T. Cumpstone J. Czubak G. D ' Addario R. Dagg J. Dallaire M. D ' Ammizic B. Davey W. Davis D. Devissar E. Downes P. Downey D. Duchesne R. Dumpis B. Dunham C. Ecclestone W. Elliot E. Ellis J. Engels D. Erling K. Fejes B. Fergiason S. Femi C. Fisher M. Force R. Fortier G. Foster 53 D. King M. Kirby J. Klobucar A. Koczttla J. Kok D. Kotaylo 55 M. Krutaski L. Kun S. Lacroix R. Laflexir L. 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