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The Dragon chronicle. (Cortland, N.Y.) 1990-current, September 07, 1990, Image 9

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,,, - ,.,. -~':'l' ~h ........ :.: • \' .... ... • ~ - • ~ succ Jot•PaFtileii1iP\ ··- ----- --- . witb\ .. Dance ablt Radi~ Prilf~ri'Ter8tinated Syracuse ~S~bool ..._ .· ~ Specialto The Pre~s . . . . Teache~ at the T.W Meacllam El- dea(in,gw.ithresearch.andinnovation,\ ementary S~JtQOl itt Syracuse have H~said. ''CoJ.t)an(l.studentsalso hos~ s~~tteachefi from Sate Uni- will be. able t9 wo~ m<lividually with verstty CqJl~ge ~t. ~rtlmd since the Me.aetleln· stlldents as,tufbrs \he said. • • \• '• r ..... ~~,, ~- - •• -I .r.•·--~ ' '<\ ~ .. - •• , early 198~·~arratgementhasbeen eo,t.land, which.qff:e.m (lte Imgestel- develo~ into_ ... a_MII'i'IN>~hipof shared erne· iii_.,... :.• -teadteredWin. 'Ofi . · . · r---- o~\'· .. .. . . . . :prog;ramm reso~. ~~·lin~ teclmiques and Ne~Y'*s~, ~:'t;:r~c;hnajorsin the ·prof~stonal ~yel~entpwgnuns. Educati.E:ln <lepartmeti~~dabout l ,000 This new teacfler educati_pn partner- graduate students in elementary edu- shipis begirininjthb~mester, accord- cati~. ing to DOnna DeSiato, prin~~ple of The EQucation Dep~ent estab- Meachem89hool. '\Wehave.en;oyeda lished a Stlldent tea,phing cenlter in good working rel~t!onshie. With the ·s~use.fJ\1987 toprn'{!cJeurban field peopleatCortlamla~~dlampleasedthat ex.p,memeesforedlqli.On.majOJSandto th.e sc~pe of our cooperation will in- forgealilnk.betweenjbeozyandpractice crease m the months aheltil.\' De Siato witlrci!Y schools. Ab9ilt20 CClrtland said. student$ aooplaced incit;y schools each . JamesP.Hendersom,assistantprofes~ semester; about 8 students have been sorofeducationatCootland.isworking doing practice teaching at Meachem closelywitbDeSiatofutthef~tio~of each yew. ·' ·. By ~ennifer Dibble Staff Writer ~ New students interested in majoring in Radio/fV or Dance at the State University Colle;geat Cortland may have to go elsewhere to find what they are looking for. · · · · This is due to the recent decision of the collegeadminislration to eliminate these two co11centrations from tbe Cortland cuniculum, according to an announcement by President James M. Clark. Threeprofessorshavebeenfiredfrombothofthedepartments.asaresultofthisdecision. AndorCzompo,Atull. Czompo. and Bess R. Koval, llave over 20 Years each invested in the Pbystcal Education Departm.e11t \'Ibis decision will alter a strong Pbys~.Edueation cuniculum whi~h cuts across the whole campus;~ Koval said. Dance classes reqllired for Physical Education majors wiil be taught by adjunct professors, acwrding M Clark. Assistant Professors Gina Daddario, David Hoilenback. and Robert Thompson are being tenninated from the Radio/ TV cc;m.centration of the Communications Department . The six professors were notified of their dismissals on Ftiday, August 31 , by Clark. · Daddario said she feels \we are bein~ penalizeQ for success.\ · Thcmpson said \tJte Radio andTelevision staff practically followed a recipe to build tt s~ssful department\ Clark:saidstudentsaccepredintotheRadio{fV concentrationasofSeptember I, 1990will beabletoreceivetheirdegrees. He said studentsnotalready acceptedintotheprogram by September l will beforcedtotransfertoanotherschoolorchoose anotller major. AccordingtoComrnunicationsDepartment~rds,approximarelytwo-thirdsofthe l70~tudentswaiting to be accepted into the department are interested in the Radio/fV concenlration. Clark: said the reorganization process will join the Connnunications studies department with the Theater departtnent \We have cut the fa~ now we are cutting into the bone,\ Clark said. · th.e program bet.wee11 the two mstitu- A joiot C()mmittee of teache:rs and tions. \This.:arrang~ent will pennit administrators at ; Meachem and Ccrtlandstudentsto.oilta.iltmorehands- Co£1:bfidillldertooktbef0fmati011ofthe ...----------------------------- on experience in .a wicler range of . partnerShip ptognUn. 'wh.ich lias re- c~related poognu:ns\ he sai~. ceivedtbeapprovaloftbeS)'racu:;eGty Accordmg toHe11dersoo. the tradi- Sclloot:Booro. tiona! way that public scltools cooper- •Tutorittl programs and ptmonal are with teacher preperali()n programs contaclt wi:th Cortland students makes in colleges and univ-oersities is tO host schooling lll()re meaningful.\ DeSiato stlldent teachers~ - said. ~·M~chem students ~rceive .. Cortlandstudenn at Meachem will ·CortlandSludentsaspositiverolemod- be working with the teachers in such els, whichsliouldmotivatethechildren areas as preparing «iemcnstration Ies- to team proouctively and remain in sons, developing rol!cro-teac}ting ~es- school.'\ she said. sons, and Ull<fettakful~ special projc:cts . \ \'OAH- NEW .. WORf.D MuSIC\ SA1UliDAY SEPTEMBER22, 1990 BROWN AuttrORIUM ·8:00PM DOAH breaks new grouil~i9tomtJSic'sfu. ture, Witho...:~\&~ .... ~•c · · m- .. 1~~ Q positions writ~en for over. seventy instru- mentsoomaroundthe world~ :· ~ · ' :i OHOBAUET 'llJFSDAY ocrosm30, 1990 OOWDANE AlUS THEATRE . · 8:00PM \1l1:~Y are polished. :They are athletic. They at~gracefut :They are :-.:.::11 \ . exct:~~ent. .. JOIN THE PRESS POSffiONS S'I'ILLAVAILABLE. COI\ffi TO THE MEETING, MONDAY AT 4 P.M. ' . AND SEE WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT. THE CHESTNliT BRASS COMPANY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 30, 1990 BROWN AUDITORIUM 8:00PM How many qwu1:ets do . you know of that per- · form 150 different in- struments and have a repertoire that spans fromtheMiddleAgesto Contemporary Jazz ft STARRING KEN RIC liTERS . fRIDAY FEB~UAAY 8, 1991 BROWN AUDITORIUM 8:00PM \He brings America's most celebrat~d 1HE LA1E GREAT. LADIES OFBLUF.S ANDJ.A'ZZ SUNDAY MARCH3, 1991 COREY UNION RJNCTION ROOM 8:00PM SandraReaves-Phillips recreat~ tD;eessences of such great ladi~ as ·. Bessie Smith, Billie · Holidayand~~phble ·oo'AH . PRESS HERALD · (Portland_~ .Maine) ~ : . . . . •·'. - ' ' . . .- ~-- ' - - . . . lndic;i(/(l~{tic'f.?.ets for singl~ perfqrlju1nces may_ be pnrchased, and will go on sale 3 WEEKS PRIOR to each perfonnance at: • LOVE OF PETE -1 '7 -~~-.,.~--. • ,•-'. . ,·:~_-·-~ .•• ' • ' .;ft: . ' . 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