TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1966
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 7
General Notices r
The Michigan Memorial-Phoenix Proj-
ect invites requests for faculty research
grants to support research within the
scope of the term "peaceful uses of
nuclear energy." The Project is par-
ticularly interested in studies concerned
with: Biological Effects of Radiation,
Radiation Dosimetry, New Uses of Iso-
topes, New Tracer Techniques, Direct
Conversion of Nuclear Energy to Elec-
trical Energy, The Fusion Process, Plas-
mas as Related to Controlled Fusion,
Radiation Chemistry, Nuclear Weapons
Proliferation and Disarmament, Psy-
chological Attitudes Toward Nuclear
Energy Hazards, Evaluation of Hazards
to Urban Populations from Nuclear
Activities, and Economic Studies of
Nuclear Activities Including Power Pro-
uction. The Project will not support
work whose only relation to nuclear
energy is a routine use of isotope
Requests for grants of $3000 or less
are most appropriate. Grants may cov-
er equipment, supplies, research assist-
ance, and field trips. Applications for
these grants should be returned to
the Phoenix Project by Mon., Jan. 31,
1966. Grants will -be made by April 1.
Application blanks may be obtained
from the office of the Phoenix Proj-
ect at the Phoenix Memorial Labora-
tory on the North Campus or by call-
Ushers: Applications will be accept- proven aptitude being primary criter-
ed on Tues, Jan. 11 from 7 p.m. to 9 ia. Students in any biological science,
p.m. at the Box Office at Hill And., or in other subjects with suitable ex-
from any persons on campus who may perience, are eligible. For full details
be interested in ushering for the re- and application form, request informa-
maining concerts in each series in tion on "NSF Undergraduate Program""
both Hill Aud. and Rackham, to fill at Zoology Dept. office, 2091 Natural
vacancies caused by graduation, etc. Science Bldg. Application deadline
If you did sign up in the fall and about Jan. 12.
were not accepted for any reason, this
is your chance to get on the list and Applications for Faculty Research
fill out the season. The list of con- Grants: Faculty members who wish to
certs and special events will include a apply for grants from faculty research
number of popular concerts that have I Instructions and format may be ob-
not as yet been publicized. tained in Room 118 Rackham, or you
All Hill Aud. ushers who are signed funds to support projects should file
up fore the Special Popular Concert their applications in Room 118 Rack-
series should insert the following dates ham Bldg. not later than Jan. 31, 1966.
on the back of their usher cards, as may call 764-4405 and we will be glad
these dates for the second semester to mail them to you.
were not available when the tickets
were printed. The dates and events Education and Training Allowance:
follow-Jan. 15-Stan Getz, Feb. 5 Students elegible for and electing to
Bill Cosby, Feb. 19-Mitchell Trio,r
March 11-New Christy Minstrels. The receive education and training allow-
annual Spring Glee Club Concert on ance under Public Law 634, 894, or 815
April 2 stands as is. during the winter semester must bring
unoi« rc vetrns azzaoirs _1ecin camsA
Fulbright-Hays Awards for Faculty
Members: A revised list of lecturing
and research awards still available for
1966-67 has just been received and may
be consulted in the Graduate Fellow-
ships Office, Room 110 Rackham Bldg.
There are openings in Agriculture,
American Studies (History and Litera-
ture), Anthropology, Biochemistry, Biol-
ogy, Botany, Economics and Business
Administration, Education, Engineer-
ing, English iLterature, English as a
Foreign Language, Geology, Home Eco-
nomics, Journalism, Mathematics, Medi-
cine, Pharmacy, Physics, Political Sci-
ence, Psychology, Sociology, and Zool-
Faculty members who wish to receive
spring announcements of Fulbright-
Hays awards for 1967-68 are advised to
request them now of the Committee
on International Exchange of Persons,
Conference Board of Associated Re-
search Councils, 2101 Constitution Ave.,
7J N WA.hiT T t DC2n(,.9041R_
their veterans' affairs election cards,
signed by their advisors and ID cards
to the Office of Veterans Affairs, 4557
Administration Bldg., during the week
of Jan. 10 through 14,
French and German Screening Exami-
nations: The Grad School's examina-
tions in French and German for Doc-
toral candidates will be administered
on sat, morning, Jan. 8, from 9 to 11
a.m. in Auditorium, B, Angell Hall. All
students planning tod take one of these
examinations must register for it, be-
fore Sat., Jan. 8, at the Reception
Desk of the Grad School Office in the
Doctoral candidates must pass the
objective screening exam before tak-
ing the written test in French or
German, unless they have received a
grade of B or better in French 111
or German 111.
For further information call the Re-
ception Desk, Office of the Grad School,
Bldg. Peter A. Wehinger, Dept. of As-
tronomy, will speak on "The Berkeley
Meeting of the American Astronomical
Doctoral Examination for Gerald Ed-
ward Schultz, Geology; thesis: ".The
Geology and Paleontology of a Late
Pleistocene Basin in Southwest Kansas."
Fri., Jan. 7, 2045 Nat. Science Bldg.. at
2 p.m. Chairman, C. W. Hibbard.
U.S. Office of Education Represen-
tative, George B. Lane, will be on the
campus on Thurs., Jan. 13, and will
meet with interested faculty for the
purposes, and during the periods listed
below,\All meetings will be in the Board
Room of the Rackham Bldg., main
floor, west wing,
10:30-12 - Discussion of fellowships
for prospective elementary and second-
ary school teachers offered under new
acts of Congress.
3-4 p.m.-Faculty having questions
about formulation of applications for
NDEA Title IV Fellowships for start-
ing tenure 1967-68.
Joint Judiciary Council: At the meet-
ings of the Joint Judiciary Council on
Nov. 23, 1965 and Dec. 8, 1965, the
following cases were heard:
a) 1 student, disturbing the peace,
b) 1 student, petty larceny, $25 fine,
c) 3 students, acting in a disorderly
manner, $30 fine, $15 suspended.
Joint Judiciary Council: Action taken
by the Joint Judiciary Council at the
meeting of Dec. 8, 1965,
The Joint Judiciary Council passed
the following constitutional amend-
ment which becomes effective upon the
approval of the vice-president for stu-
dent affairs and may be reviewed by
the Student Government Council:
Article II: "The Council shall con-
sist of 10 students of at least Junior
standing (60 credit hours) or with three
semesters in residence, of whom not
more than six shall be of the same
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Biological Research Awards: To en- tion) will be in Ann Arbor on Jan. 10
courgadespportunerradu:ten- and 11. Faculty members wishing to Events
courage and support undergraduate par- consult him may call Robert L. Wil-
ticipation in biological research, awards liams' office for an appointment. 764- The following sponsored student
are available under a program spon- 9292. events are approved for the coming
sored by the Dept. of Zoology and the weekend. Social chairmen are reminded
National Science Foundation. In the that requests for approval for social
program, .students engage in research Psychology Colloquium: Jan. 7: Dr. events are due in the Office of Student
projects with participating staff mem- Justin Aronfreed, University of Penn- Organizations not later than 12 o'clock
bers. Applications are now invited sylaa,2illosena on "Thei ter"a noon on Wednesday prior to the event.
from students wishing to participate , oFRI., JAN. 7-
during the Winter Term (part-time Punishment," 4:15 p.m., Angell Hall, Kappa Sigma, Open-Open.
basis, stipend $100) plus 10 weeks in Aud. B. SAT., JAN. 8-
the spring or summer (full-time, sti- Delta Sigma Phi. Band Party; Phi
pend $600). Awards are made on a Astronomical Colloquium: Fri., Jan. Kappa Tau; Theta Xi, Open House:
competitive basis, with interest and 17, 4 p.m., Room 807 Physics-Astronomy Trigon, Initiation Dance; Delta Upsi-
Ion, Record Party.
Peace Corps Placement Test-Deter-
mines in what capacity you can best
' serve. Test will be given Sat., Jan.
8, 9 a.m. at Downtown Post Office,
Main & Catherine. To take test ques-
tionnaire must be completed. Test
takes 112 hours plus 1 hr. if applicant
:N M" ' '"wants language achievement test. De-
tails and applications available at Bu-
reau of Appointments, 3200 SAB.
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study in personnel admin. req. 2. Em-
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Anchor Hocking Glass Corp., Lancas-
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2-4 yrs. exper. in systems & procedures.
Also data processing. 1-3 yrs. exper.,
WJR Radio, Detroit-Record Librar-
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Detroit Public Schools, Detroit-Sen-
ior Accountant, BA Acctg. or Bus. Ad.
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Goodwill Industries, Adrian, Mich. -
Occupational Therapists. Men or wom-
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Louis A. Weiss Memorial Hospital,
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yrs. clinical exper. pref., but not req.
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For further information, please call
764-7460, General Div., Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3200 SAB.
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Board of Regents Bylaw 8.06:
"No student while in attendance at the University shall operate an automobile except
under regulations set down by the Office of Student Affairs. Students over 21 years of age
and seniors . . . in good standing may operate an automobile if properly registered with the
Office of Student Affairs. In exceptional and extraordinary cases the Office of Student
Affairs may grant permission to operate an automobile to students under 21 years of age or
less than senior standing. Any student violating these regulations shall be liable to disciplinary
action by the proper University authorities."
Students who have automobiles and motor-
cycles on the campus, within a 25 mile
radius of Ann Arbor, may be found in vio-
lation of this bylaw unless they are regis-
tered with the Office of Student Affairs.
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