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Dr. Bruce Dayton Physics S. Edgar LeVine Engineering Gerald D. Linke Engineering George F. Teale Engineering H. Jay Davis Mathematics William A. Gothard Mathematics Harold A. Moomaw Chairman DIVISION OF ENGINEERING There are many fields of engineering offered at SAC to students who plan to go on to a four year college. They are as follows: architectural, chemical, civil, electrical, mechanical and industrial, mining, petroleum, and process engineering. Mathematics, meteorology, and physics majors are also in this physically expanding department. Architectural and mechanical drafting are offered to the student who plans to make drafting his vocation. Surveying is another course which many engineering students take. Some of the leading men of science are actively engaged in educating the minds of tomorrow at SAC. Because of the large enrollments in math classes, additional in- structors were necessary. Hammond Hall is the scene of all engineering activities at SAC. Dr. R. E. Nokay Mathematics Robert Hopkins Mathematics Raymond Taylor Mathematics, Baseball 24
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Thomas H. Glenn Chairman DIVISION OF HUMANITIES An ever expanding division is the Division of Humanities. The curricula offered covers nine areas: architecture, art, drama, English, foreign languages, journalism. Liberal Arts, music, and speech. Drama, music, and speech majors now attend classes in the newly completed Phillips Hall whose technical facilities are the most modern in quality. Journalism students at SAC are especially fortunate to be gaining their technical skills in one of the most modern publication buildings in the state, one of three wings in the fine arts group. With the new year came the completion of the art wing. All art majors were happy to move from Building " Q " to the ultra modern art building which features its own art gallery. New areas developing in art are ceramics, illustration and advertising design. Tenta- tive plans for advanced courses in foreign languages are in the making. One of the mos t popular classes this year was the creative writing class which met In the new English wing. 26
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