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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1966

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Peace Corps. Changes Method, Forms of Training;
Moves from Campus to Slum Areas, Special Camps

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By The Associated Press at Shawnee on Delaware-some to volunteers who will be working trust territory of the Pacific "They are in a position to let
WASHINGTON - T h e Peace two hours from Philadelphia - in underdeveloped areas." known as Micronesia. us know what was helpful and
Corps, now in its fifth year, has where a market place and temple Some 7,500 men and women are For the first time, trainees are what was not," he said. "They are
slowly changed the training meth- have been built to give the trainee now in training programs which preparing for assignment in Mi- a constant source of new ideas.
ods it uses to prepare volunteers a touch of the atmosphere of a began in late June and early July cronesia, South Korea, Guayana, 'But we still don't know what is
for duty in foreign countries. small village in India. and run through September. It is Mauritania, Chad, Bechuanaland the best way and we will continue
Gradually, the corps has shifted Job Training the largest number of trainees to and Libya. The first volunteers to to try new ideas.
training from the ivy-covered lec- Other volunteers are being sent sign up for any one period. Paraguay will train in early fall. nida."
ture halls of the nation's univer- overseas immediately to the coun- The summer programs train the When the Peace Corps was be-nnovations
sity campuses to the slum areas of try in which they will undergo volunteers in teaching, commun- gun, most of the training was done One of the recent innovations is
large cities, pntothe Indian Res- on the job training. ity development, health, agricul- by and on university campuses. sending volunteers into slum areas
ervations of the Southwest and "We're just trying to give them ture and foreign languages. "Back then, nobody knew any-fortraining.
West and into the poverty pockets something new. and different. A About 36 percent of the men thing about the Peace Corps or Trainees going to Ethiopia are
of Appalachia. new change of life for most of and women who complete training how to train for it," said Asha- sent to the Watts area of Los
Volunteer traiiees also are en- them," said Brent Ashabranner, will be sent to Latin America, 21 hrwnneri"hforainngsardgrams 'sAng
traines . brander. "The training programs Angeles. scene of week-long riot-'
tering camps such as one in the director of the Peace Corps Divi- percent to Africa and the remain- were set up by universities because ing in 1965. Volunteers being
Florida Keys which is to be simi- sion of University Relations and der to the Middle East, Asia and they were the only ones geared for trained for child care projects in
lar to what the volunteers will find Training. the Far East. By year's end, the this type of thing. Turkey are working in the anti-
in the South Seas. "We found that lecture halls Peace Corps will have volunteers "But usually, the training was a poverty Head Start program on
Or, like the Pennsylvania camp and tile showers are detriments at work in 53 countries and the three-month extension of the vol- New York's lower East Side. Oth-
.e.,".. .i.*,..*.r. unteer's senior year in school. ers going to Nigeria are in the
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New Concepts slum areas of Atlanta, Ga.
"Over the years, we developed Some of those going to India are
DAILY OFFICI AL BULLETIN Inew concepts and are moving more sent to the Appalachia regions of
toward the realism of working ov- Kentucky, while volunteers being
r.eseas." sent to Iran and Afghanistan are

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15
Day Ca endar
Center for Programmed Learning for
Business Workshop-Michigan Union,
8:30 a.m.
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar-"Management by Objectives -
Results-Oriented Appraisal Systems":
Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m.
Cinema Guild-Jerzy KawalerowiCz's
"Joan of the Angels?": Architecture
Aud., 7 and 9 p.m.
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar-"The Management of Managers"'
Michigan Union, 8 a.m.
William K. McInally Memorial Lec-
ture: Arjay Miller, president of Ford
Motor Co., will present the First An-
nual William K. Mclnally Memorial

Mandatory advanced registration may Interested students who are U.S. citi-
be completed at the Office of the Gra- zens and hold an A.B. degree,or who
duate School for the ETS Test of the will receive such a degree by May,
local screening test during regular 1967, and who are presently enrolled in t
hours, 8 to 12 noon; 1 to 4 p.m. The the University of Michigan, should re- t
next ETS Test will be given Thursdayy, quest application forms for a Fulbright
Oct. 13, 7 to 9 p.m., Rackham Lecture award at the Graduate I ellowship Of-
Hall; the next local screening examina- Tice, Room 110 Rackham Bldg. The
tion will be given November 10, 7 to closing date for receipt of applications
9 p.m., Rackham Lecture Hall. Registra- is Oct. 12, 1966.
tion for a Reading Examination may be Persons not enrolled in a college or
completed with the Foreign Language university should direct inquiries and
Examiner, Room 3028, Rackham Build- requests for applications to the Insti-
ing during office hours: Monday and tute of International Education, U.S
Thursday, 2 to 4 p.m.; Tuesday, 10 to Student Program. 809 United Nations
12 noon. Plaza, New York, N.Y., 10017.
Engineering Seniors and Graduate Last Chance Lecture: Will be given
Students: The 1967 College Placement by Prof. Organski of the Political Sdi-
Annual, official occupational directory ence Department on Sept. 15 at 4:15
of the College Placement Associations, p.m. in the Multipurpose Room of the
is now available free to seniors and UGLI.

Ashabranner said the biggest getting practice teaching in Mexi-
factor in the changing philosophy co. Others, being trained for as-
-instituted by the present direc- signment to French-speaking West
tor, Jack Hood Vaughn-has been Africa. are sent to teach in the
the returning volunteers. remote areas of Canada.

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Lecture sponsored by the University!
of Michigan's Graduate School of Bus-
iness Administration on Sept. 15, atF
4 p.m. in the Rackham Lecture Hall'.
All University students and facultyj
are invited.
General Notices3
Engineering Placement Deadline: En-
gineering students expecting to inter-
view this term for either permanent
or summer employment must file their
"College Interview Form" at the Place-
mnent Office, 128-H, W. Engrg. by Sept.#
16 to receive full benefits of place-
ment service.'
Training Grants: Information in
Room 1014 Rackham Graduate School
on $50 to $750 training grants, to quali-
fied professionals for short-term, post
graduate courses which place emphasis,
on cerebral palsy offered by National
Society for Crippled Children and
Adults. Deadline for applications is
October 1.
Faculty Fellowships: The National
Council on the Humanities has just an-
nounced three programs of faculty lel-
lowships and one program for. project
grants which will be initiated in the
summer of 1967. Deadlines for initia-
tion of applications are Oct. 10 and 17.
1966. Program information, application
forms and instructions may be secured
through the Academic Relations sec-
tion of the Office of the Graduate
School, 764-4405, or through ORA, 764-
7243.
Graduate Students may complete doc-
toral language requirements by exami-
nation either with successful passing of
the Educational Testing Service Exam-
ination (in French or German) or the
Reading Examination. If a student
wishes to elect the Reading Examina-
tion he must have a No. 111 course with
a No. 111 course with a grade of B or
better while enrolled as a graduate Stu-
dent, or pass a preliminary objective
screening test. The ETS Examination
may be taken without a preliminary ob-
jective test.

graduate students at the Engineering
Placement Service, 128-H, West Engi- Doctoral Examination for Shaio-wen
neering Bldg. Sun Wong, Chemistry; thesis: "En-
thalpies of Combustion of Selected
School of Nursing Tuberculosis Test- Compounds Composed of Globular or
ing Program-Spring 1966 Freshmen: Polynuclear A r o a m t i c Molecules,"
Tests: Mon., Sept. 19, Room M5330 Med. Thurs., Sept. 15, Room 3003 hem-
Sci. Bldg. Time: 4-5:30 p.m. istry Bldg. at 1:30 p.m. Chairman, E.
Readings: Wed., Sept. 21, Room F. Westrum
M4108 SNB. Time: 4-5:30 p.m.
Sophomore, Junior, Senior - Tests: Placem et
Tues., Sept. 20, Room M4108 SNB. Time:
3:30-5:30 p.m. ANNOUNCEMENT:
Readings: Thursday, Sept. 22, Room The Chilean Government is making
M4118 SNB. Time: 3:30-5:30 p.m., t a concerted effort to improve the
Students may be tested on either medical and nursing facilities in Chile,
day, but it is hoped that they will and has the Peace Corps to assist in
come on the day assigned if their this program. Hospital administrators,
schedule permits. medical technologists, laboratorytech-
nicians, nurses with BS degrees and
Applications for Fulbright Awards for occupational therapists needed. Con-
Graduate Study during the 1967-68 tact Bureau for further information.
academic year are now available. Coun-
tries in which study grants are of- POSITION OPENINGS:
fered are Afghanistan, Argentina, Aus- The Devereux Foundation, Institute
tralia, Austria; Belgium-Luxembourg, for Research and Training, Devon, Pa.
Bolivia, Brazil, Ceylon, Chile, China -Training supervisor for psych. serv
(Republic of), Colombia, Costa Rica, ices program. Male, PhD or EdD. Dem-
Denmark, Ecuador, El Salvador, Fin- onstrated ability in writing and exper- I
land, France, Germany (Federal Repub- ience with mentally retarded or handi-
lic of), Greece, Guatemala, Honduras, capped youth.
Iceland, India, Iran, Ireland, Italy, .la- AeroquippCorp , Jackson, Mich.t-
maica, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, Trainee positions in Material Control
Nepal, The Netherlands, New Zealand, and Supervision. Expeditors progress-E
Nicaragua. Norway, Pakistan, Para- ing through all phases of mat, con.
guay, Peru, the Philippines, Poland, including planning, ordering and an-
Portugal, Rumania, Spain, Sweden, alysis of inventory.
Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Repub- Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich. -
lie, the United Kingdom, Uruguay, Ven- Continuing need for college grads in
ezuela and Yugoslavia. The grants are metal stamping division. Alumni or re-
made for one academic year and in- turning servicemen particularly.
clude round-trip transportation, tui- I * *
tion, a living allowance and a small For further information please call
stipend for books and equipment. All 764-7460, General Division, Bureau of
grants are made in foreign currencies. Appointments, 3200 SAB.
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WED., Sept. 14-Engine Arch
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FRI., Sept. 16-Palmer Field
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picture sitting during the current sale. The photographers have
begun work and there's a sitting fee of $2. Sign at the Roving
Booth (times listed above) or at any time on the Diag.
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