1968-1971: Oakland University Staff Bulletin

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    Oakland University Staff Bulletin: Special Edition, January 21, 1970
    (Oakland University, 1970-01-21) Oakland University
    This Special issue is to report on January 16, 1970 MSU Board of Trustee Meeting. Topics include: Donald O'Dowd appointment to Chancellor discussed, William Sturner Chairman of the OU Senate Steering Committee and Assistant Provost presented a Senate resolution reaffirming it's desire for Oakland's independence not later than January 1, 1971. Students addressed the Trustees asking that a search and selection process be set up to identify a Chancellor. A vote on Warren Huff's motion for appointment of an acting Chancellor was defeated 5 to 3. Other possible candidates for Chancellor included: Peter Clancy, Director of Mott Program for the Flint Board of Ed; Jack Kambouts, Vice President of Northern Michigan University; Ira Polley, former State Superintendent of Public Instruction; William J. Early, Superintendent of Flint Schools and former Rochester Superintendent; and Jack Breslin, Executive President of MSU. The motion to name O'Dowd as Chancellor was than passed by a 5-3 vote.
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    Oakland University Staff Bulletin: January 19-25, 1970
    (Oakland University, 1970-01-19) Oakland University
    Topics: OU's Detroit Teacher Internship Program in it's second year, Board of Trustees accepted $143,120 in grants, open enrollment for Long Term Disability Insurance ends January 30, Academy of Dramatic Arts booked a tour of area schools in Warren, Clarkston, Hazel Park, Troy and Livonia, C.W. Johnson will present "Aspects of Swahili Structure", Peter Stephens will play in a jazz concert at Brookside Elementary School, Terry Westrick and Charles McKenna co-authored article in Journal of Organic Chemistry, Student Enterprise Theatre to start an evening class, Richard C. Moore promoted, Philip Singer submitted a paper, farewell reception to be held for the Varners. Events calendar included.
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    Oakland University Staff Bulletin: Special Two Week Issue, December 21-January 3, 1971
    (Oakland University, 1970-12-21) Oakland University
    Topics: United Fund Drive extended, summary of a talk delivered in India by Amit Tagore was published Birbhum, West Bengal, ADA Faculty to appear on CKLW-TV, Community of Reconciliation will present a celebration at St. Luke's Methodist Church for Christmas, University has disconnected special Lansing phone lines to save money, School of Engineering received two large grants, William F. Sturner authored an article in Fordham, Sid Mittra organized a "Music of India" program to be broadcast over WDET-FM, Credit Union has Christmas music album for sale, article by Marilyn L. Williamson published in Shakespeare Quarterly. Short events calendar included.
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    Oakland University Staff Bulletin: December 14-20, 1970
    (Oakland University, 1970-12-14) Oakland University
    Topics: Contact William Schwab for information on Fulbright opportunities, Sports and Rec building will be closed for general use December 17 and reopen January 6, Donald E. Morse new Executive Secretary of the College English Association, Lowell Ruggles keynote speaker at new Avondale High School, Oakland Center has special winter break hours, Ralph E. Glenn lectures at Boston Museum of Fine Arts, MGM Cleaners to alter their hours, John A. Denny appointed Music publisher for Grosset & Dunlap, Inc. Events calendar included.
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    Oakland University Staff Bulletin: December 7-13, 1970
    (Oakland University, 1970-12-07) Oakland University
    Topics: Concert Band holding a joint concert with the University of Flint band at the Recital Hall, Senior Art Show opening with many of the pieces for sale, Carlo Coppola presented a paper at University of Pennsylvania, two Meadow Brook Theatre veteran members performed in "The Young Rebels" TV series and at the Fisher Theatre, Thomas Fitzsimmons published a poem, Michael J. Wozny presented a paper in New York City. Events calendar included.
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    Oakland University Staff Bulletin: November 30-December 6, 1970
    (Oakland University, 1970-11-30) Oakland University
    Topics: Stratford actor and Director, Joseph Shaw will direct Meadow Brook Theatre play, Studio Company will stage a special production, Walter S. Collins elected President of the College Music Society, submit corrections in the 1970-71 Telephone Directory in writing to News Service, Kresge Library will host a Beethoven exhibit during December. Events calendar included.
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    Oakland University Staff Bulletin: November 23-29, 1970
    (Oakland University, 1970-11-23) Oakland University
    Topics: $991,924 in gifts and grants received by University, Board of Trustee's authorized eight title changes for campus positions, G. Philip Johnson named acting Dean of Graduate Study, CT's to vote on Michigan Employment Relations Commission representation, Limited space is still available to OU campus for Bahamas trip, Board of Trustees to hold closed hearing on procedures for reappointment of faculty members. University basketball squad to make first season appearance, Judith K. Brown had paper published in the American Anthropologist. Events calendar included.
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    Oakland University Staff Bulletin: November 16-22, 1970
    (Oakland University, 1970-11-16) Oakland University
    Topics: University Concert Band to present it's first concert of the year, article published by William F. Sturner, new 8-credit Community Service course offered for the first time, UF campaign launched with a luncheon, James Hughes to present a paper in New York, Teacher Corps Project outlined, Jerry M. Freeman elected Secretary-Treasurer of the Michigan American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, Audrey Marriner appointed Director of Public Relations for the Division of Continuing Ed., Robert L. Stern to appear on Canadian TV and will present a paper in New York, AP's to hold general membership meeting. Events calendar included.
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    Oakland University Staff Bulletin: November 9-15, 1970
    (Oakland University, 1970-11-09) Oakland University
    Topics: William W. Connellan now Assistant to the President, Collegium Musicum will give it's first concert of the year, V.A. Shahane of Osmania University, India will speak on campus, Patricia Houtz assumed the Presidency of the Michigan College Personnel Association, Trustees to meet on a Saturday, brief power outage planned for each campus building. Events calendar included.
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    Oakland University Staff Bulletin: November 2-8, 1970
    (Oakland University, 1970-11-02) Oakland University
    Topics: Meadow Brook opens it's fifth season, Professor S.N. Eisenstadt of Hebrew University, Jerusalem to speak on campus, Friends of Kresge Library to hold book sale, Faculty textbook orders due for winter semester, Racism series planned, Librarian Royce Butler elected chairman of the Academic Division of the Michigan Library Association, Jennie Cross elected Secretary-Treasurer of the Board of Junior Members Round Table, rare books displayed in Kresge Library, Thomas Fitzsimmons published an article, Hitoshi Yasunishi Anzai published, three Credit Union positions filled by Robert McGarry, H.N. Stoutenburg and Augustine Wright. Events calendar included.
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    Oakland University Staff Bulletin: October 26-November 1,1970
    (Oakland University, 1970-10-26) Oakland University
    Topics: Health plan open enrollment available for full-time employees not yet enrolled, "What is a liberal education?" essay deadline is November 15, Stylist Phil Fitzgerald closed his shop because of lack of business, candidates for the State Board of Education on campus, brief power outages planned for all buildings to switch power cables for Performing Arts Building, Walter Collins nominated for presidency of the College Music Society, faculty and staff Grand Bahamas deposits due for December 26-31 trip, Yel-Chiang Wu won the Credit Union cruise drawing, University Senate voted to hold only one commencement each year, Elizabeth Titus won the Loleta D. Fran Young Librarian of the Year Award, Robert L. Stern along with a former student to present a paper at the American Chemical Society, new Campus Guide available from University Relations, Jesse Pitts served as a panelist at University of Wisconsin symposium. Events calendar included.
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    Oakland University Staff Bulletin: October 19-25, 1970
    (Oakland University, 1970-10-19) Oakland University
    Topics: New Board of Trustees seated with the appointment of Donald O'Dowd as OU's first President, Gloria Steinem and Florynce Kennedy to speak in the Gold Room, James Hoyle had a poem published, six new faculty appointments approved by board, tuition unchanged this year but new student center fee added and dorm rates increased, James L. Howlett appointed to University Attorney, gifts and grants totaling $931,594 accepted by Board of Trustees, 1971-72 budget of $15,845,169 approved, 7.6 to 8.1 percent pay raises approved for staff, planning and engineering work approved for remodeling and resurfacing on campus, Wilson Weekend festivities planned with dinner ticket price of $3.50, Patricia Widmayer to present a paper in Dearborn, Philip Singer published a paper. Events calendar included.
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    Oakland University Staff Bulletin: October 12-18, 1970
    (Oakland University, 1970-10-12) Oakland University
    Topics: C.E. program "Investigation into Identity" to be featured on the Phil Donahue Show, MSU Credit Union to hold drawing of a Caribbean cruise for prospective members during the annual meeting, An "Outdoor Photographers Exhibit" to be held in front of The Creamery, nominations for the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship due soon, Jean S. Braun to participate in Cedar Rapids, Iowa seminar, John Barnard is the associate editor of a five-volume series to be published. Events calendar included.
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    Oakland University Staff Bulletin: September 28-October 4, 1970
    (Oakland University, 1970-09-28) Oakland University
    Topic: Two essay contests offered for a total of $3,000 to OU community, Dodge-Wilson estate is holding a rummage sale to university people only, Defense Attorney William Kunstler to speak on campus, students organized a protest group because of food service price increase, Studio Company of the Academy of Dramatic Art to open it's 1970-71 season at Meadow Brook Theatre, Melvin L. Schwartz a Wayne State Professor to speak at Hannah Hall, University Baroque Ensemble will formally open the recital hall in new Performing Arts Building, Blue Cross premiums increased 40 percent. Events calendar included.
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    Oakland University Staff Bulletin: September 21-27, 1970
    (Oakland University, 1970-09-21) Oakland University
    Topics:Chancellor O'Dowd named 64 Commission Members, faculty cooperation asked for Senior Placement Seminar, Chancellor's office urged departments to stop using the old "Affiliated with MSU" stationery by November 1, faculty elected to be part of the American Association of University Professors. Events calendar included.
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    Oakland University Staff Bulletin: September 14-20, 1970
    (Oakland University, 1970-09-14) Oakland University
    Topics: OU wants to be excluded from the proposed city of Pontiac Township, Meadow Brook Farms Estate to hold rummage sale, OU will offer Hebrew courses for the first time, Elmer Cooper to work on the John Tunney campaign. Events calendar included.
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    Oakland University Staff Bulletin: September 8, 1970
    (Oakland University, 1970-09-08) Oakland University
    Topics: Psychology Department to present series of talks and films, Richard Morgan and Deborah Tuck assume new positions at Oakland Center,Edward Betts is the new Assistant Director of the Office of Urban Affairs, Payroll office moves to NFH, first production of the Studio Company of the Academy of Dramatic Art will be held in Meadow Brook Theatre, Fitz Fitzgerald assumed the lease on the barber shop, OU employee picnic scheduled.
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    Oakland University Staff Bulletin: August 31-September 6, 1970
    (Oakland University, 1970-08-31) Oakland University
    Topics: Addie Nowacki had a prize winning recipe published in Detroit News, Robert Gaylor appointed Associate University Librarian, Security force assigned to 'Beats' on campus, tickets on sale to faculty and staff for the Glyndebourne Picnic, Robert Dyer serving as visiting Professor of Stylistics in Pisa, Italy. New Student calendar included.
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    Oakland University Staff Bulletin: August 17-23, 1970
    (Oakland University, 1970-08-17) Oakland University
    Topics: Governor William Milliken names first Board of Control for Oakland, Harry Ban Hook, Jr. appointed Assistant Dean of CE, summer hours changed for OC, discount for Continuing Ed courses of 1/2 of tuition is offered to faculty, students, staff, and their wives or husbands, Troy Crowder accepted position at Arizona State University, student housing shortage for Fall.
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    Oakland University Staff Bulletin: August 10-16, 1970
    (Oakland University, 1970-08-10) Oakland University
    Topics: Electric car project to be unveiled, South and North Foundation Hall locks to be changed, three thefts reported the week, Carol Andreas to host a Women's Liberation Advocate retreat, Organizational OU Girls Bowling League meeting to be held, John Cutts had article published, Theodore Yntema elected to the Board of Directors of Xenex Corp. Events calendar included.