University of Wisconsin Stout - Tower Yearbook (Menomonie, WI)

 - Class of 1960

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Fern M. Horn, Ed.D., is Acting Dean of Home Economics. ln her year at Stout Miss l-lorn has gained the admira- tion of faculty and students alike. ifwcting the Cuwege Furthering Advancement The administrative staff of Stout State College strives constantly to maintain and develop Stout's high standards and its world-wide reputation. Together with faculty, administration members serve on the committees which determine college policies. They must be constantly alert to the needs of students and aware ofthe evolving demands of the professions for which the students are preparing. Curriculum and policy revisions are not made without due consideration, but now and then justified modifica- tions occur. The recent expansion of the program of graduate studies at Stout is an example. Although their executive positions and busy schedules preclude close contact with students as a routine, the administration demonstrates a deep interest in student welfare and a sincere desire to help when problems arise. Services such as interest and aptitude tests upon entrance to Stout and job place- ment upon graduation are available through the administration. The administrators are willing, too, to aid and counsel students throughout college. ln all matters they bend their efforts towards the better- ment of the college they serveq 'Q""'4i4Uwf Margaret Fillman, M.A., is Dean of Women. Aside from her administrative duties, Miss Fillman also teaches guidance, her consuming spare-time interest, archeology, is quite a contrast. Frank J. Belisle, M.A., is Registrar and Placement Chair- man. A man of community interests, Mr. Belisle has been engrossed in the attempt to consolidate Dunn County's school system. L

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I' K7 - 4- . ,A 6' 1 z, a Merle M. Price, M.A., is Dean of Men. Dean Price's characteristic smile and ever-present cigar are well known on campus, especially at the Student Center. John A Jarvis, Ph.D., is Dean of the School of Industrial Education. A civic-minded Rotarian, Dean Jarvis con- - o - cerns himself with Menornonie's growth, leadership, Administration and welfare, Date " Pallicieo Ray A. Wigen, Ph.D., is Dean of Graduate Studies. The addition ot a group ot Montana moss agates to his rock collection has gladdened the heart ot this lapidary. E15 zfz Ralph G. Iverson, Ed.D., is Dean ot Student Affairs Dr. lverson's understanding and knowledge of youth made him a fitting delegate to the White House Conference on Children and Youth. l2



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Dwight D. Chinnock, M.A., is Supervisor -of Student Teaching. Although Mr. Chinnock is ac- tive in several organizations, he still finds time to putter about his yard. Marian Deininger, Ph.D., is As- sistant Professor of Social Science. Miss Deininger, who returned to Stout after a five- year absence, finds pleasure in the study of America's many ethnic groups. Dwight L. Agnew, Ph.D., Head of the Department Social Science. The annals the erstwhile lumbering town Menomonie are as fascinating to Dr. Agnew as the history of the modern world. Robert Bostwick, M.A., is As- sistant Professor of Physical Education. After a demanding ac U schedule of coaching and teach- ing, Mr. Bostwick enjoys his Proudly They Serve Throughout the seventy-one years of Stout's growth, the college faculty, too, has increased in size and distinction. The efforts of its members have been combined with those of the administration towards the betterment of the college. To this end, faculty members constantly supplement their understanding of their subject matter by reading of current advances in their fields and by engaging in extra study. Many of them spend much of their leisure time in travel or in widely diversified reading, thus keeping informed of world developments. The teaching staff is active in groups beyond campus boundaries and outside school hours, with several professional and civic associations claiming Stout's faculty as members and leaders., The profes- sorate also serves in an advisory capacity to campus organizations and works closely with students in religious, recreationalfand profession-centered activi- ties. Faculty members' limited free time is occupied with such dissimilar pursuits as rock-hunting, fishing, and bridge-playing. Their interests vary, too, science- fiction, handicrafts, and the study of Spanish appear- ing on the list. l-ligh professional standards, command of subject matter, and broad extra-curricular interests unite the Stout State College faculty. f new home and children. Max Sparger, B.A., is Director of the Student Center. Mr. Sparger organizes and coordi- nates the affairs of the busy Center, the scene of every con- ceivable student activity.

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