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Academic reform movement
spread through the University
(Continued from page 1)
Two graduate students in
mathematics have asked that two
students be 'allowed to sit on their
department's executive commit-
tee, but the reaction there has
been very negative. Faculty nmem-
bers cite lack of a representative
method of ichoosing them and lack
of distinct advantages as draw-
backs to the proposal.
The students -.Ed Bloomberg
and Wayne Patterson - say the
department suffers from a lack of
communication, that it is a "cold"
department. They are willing to
accept a split agenda, tang no
say in tenure. The proposal will
come up at this month's meeting,
bu~t approval is not likely..
The history department, which
was: the first to offer a forum to
open up, discussion between stu-
dents and faculty, has fallen some-
what behind the others in its re-
They originally set up a Joint
student-faculty curriculum com-
miteee, started monthly meetings
between the executive committee1
and the student steering commit-
tee and,.created monthly forums
for all, history students and facul-
ty.-It.is the latter which the stu-
dents see as their main mechanism the undergraduates more or less
for affecting departmental deci- behind.
sions. They won't be isolated, however.'
The idea of the forum has been Attempts at getting the under-
picked up by the undergraduates! graduates. organized-by under-
in the English department. Their: graduates themselves, by graduate
proposals more or less parallel; students and even by faculty mem-
those won by the history students., bers and department chairman-
The action in these departments'aebaigsm riadwl
Is mre r lss he angardof'poal lead in the long-run to
what is happening in the literary !sbtnilnvven.
college as a whole. And they point "We're not as organized as the
up many of the problems that stu-I graduate students," one under-
dents face in trying to gain a more graduate admits, "but we expect
powerful position in the running to sort of follow in their wake and
of their departments, argue for representation equal to
There is, for one thing, the un- ter.
dergraduate dichotomy. Graduate Natural science departments
students form a smaller and more' have been relatively very inactive
cohesive group than undergrad- compared to what has been hap-
uates, and organization is much pening elsewhere in the Univer-,
easier for them. They are also, of sity. Department chairmen claim
ncessIty. in much closer contact this is' a result of the attitudes
with the faculty and are more inherent in their student bodies.
experienced in the ways faculties ! iv knnthr n n, =frn
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them all by Wednesday.
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