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  • 1957

  • SUMMER SESSION BULLETIN

    SCHOOL CALENDAR SUMMER SESSION-1957

    RC.l(istr'Jti()1I Iwc;im H:(){) rly hy Pacifi( Luthn-an Colh'g(', Tacoma 44-, Wash ington . Entneci as s('cond-class ilia tte I' September I, 1943, at the post offic'

  • S U M M E R S E S S I O N B U LL ET I N

    SUMMER STUDIES FOR . . .

    Those desiring special studies in Liberal Artso

    Teachers iloilo IVi,1t to llleet requirements :'or ,ocrlilil'aLioll allLl/or aflminilra't.ive 'TE'dentials or 1I'l\O desirE' addilional training lor promotion and ell' improvement..

    Graduates \\'orl(ing (O\nlnl all arlvan,oed de)!:r eo i\laster or Art in l;;'dll

  • S U M M E R S ES S I O N B U L LI::T I N 3

    VISITING FACULTY

    H E N R Y J. B E R T N E S S B.A., Augsburg, 1943; M.A., University 0 1 Minnesota, 1948; Ph.D., University 0 1 Minnesota, 1955. Educational Psychologist, Highline School District, Seattle.

    WAL L A C E B L O R E B.A., North Dakota State Teachers, 1939; M.S., University 01 North Dakota, 1941; University 01 Washington, 1949. Superintendent, Sequim Schol District, Sequim, Washingtan.

    E V E L Y N B U CK L E Y B.A., 1944; M.Ed., University 0 1 Washington, 1955. Educational Psychologist, Shoreline Public Schaols, Seattle.

    HA R R I E T C A R M O D Y B.A., Washington State College, 1937; M.A., Columbia University, 1942; graduate work, University of Oregon, 1943; graduate work, Columbia University, 1953. Director of Reading Instruction, Tacoma Public Schools.

    R O G E R E L D E R B.A., Linfield College, 1918; graduate study, University of Washington, 1931-1933. Principal, Stadium High School, Tacoma.

    M O R R I S E V E R E T T FO R D B.A., College of Puget Sound, 1932; graduate wark, ibid, 1933-34, 1937-38, 1938-39.

    Superintendent, Fronklin Pierce Schaal District, Tacoma. HA R O L D F. G R A Y

    B.A., Pacific Lutheran College, 1944; B.Ed .. College of Puget Sound, 1946; M.A., College of Puget S01Jnd, 1950. Principal, Clover Park High School, Toco/na.

    I R E N E HA I R B.A., Black Hills Tea chers College, 1940; M.A., Colorado State College Educa tion, 1943. graduate study, University of Minnesota, 1952. Curriculum Diredor (Elemel1tary). Pierce County.

    R A Y W, H O W A R D B,A., 1931; M,A., 1940; Ed. D., 1949, University of Washingtan; Columbia University, 1951. Superintendent, Shoreline School District, Seallie.

    D O R I S H U B N E R B.A., College of Puget Sound; graduate work, College of Puget Sound. Assistant in Education at Pacific Lutheran College, summers 1952, 1956.

    A N N E E_ O R L U C K B.A., University of Washington, 1952; M.A .. University of Washington, 1954. Warren Avenue Elementary School, Seattle.

    E R M A B L E T H E N P A R K E R B.A., College o f Puget Sound, 1927; M.A .. Ohio State University, 1929; graduate work (part-time). New York School of Social Work, Columbia University, 1930-1940_ Director of Elementary School Counseling, Tacoma Public Schools.

    HE L E N P OL L A R D B.A., Eastern Washington College of Education; B.Ed., University of Washington. Consultant, Seattle Public Schools.

    KATHE R Y N E, WHI T E B.A., Western Washington College of Education, 1942; M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University. Head Teacher, Buricn Heights Elementary Schaal, Highline Schaal District, Seattle,

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    REGULAR FACULTY

    EI VIN M. AKRE, B.A., M.A.

    HERBERT M. AXFORD, B.Comm. , M.Com.

    GRACE ELEANOR BLOMQUIST, B.A., M.A.

    VERNON C. CARLSON, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.

    ELNORA EMILY CHESTERMAN, B.A., M.A.

    ELLEN K. CHRISTENSEN, B.A., M.A.

    OSCAR R. DIZMANG, B.S., M.A.

    LESLIE O. EKLUND, B.S., M.A.

    STANLEY D. ELBERSON, B.A., B.Ed ..

    JON MEYER ERICSON, B.A. in Ed., M.A. DONALD R. FARMER, B.S., Ph.D. JOHN EDWARD GAINES, B.A., Petro Engr. GORDON O. GILBERTSON, B.A., M.M ... ARNOLD J. HAGEN, B.A., M.Ed., D.Ed. MARVEL KEITH HARSHMAN, B.A. LUCILLE M. JOH NSON, B.A., M.A . . OLAF M. JORDAHL, A.B., M.S., Ph.D. THEODORE O. H. KARL, B.A., M.A. LARS EVERETT KITTLESON, B.S., M.S., M.F.A. ANNE E. KNUDSON, B.A., M.A .... JOHN G. KUETHE, A.B., B.D., S.T.M . . EUGENE A. MAIER, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. ELINE KRAABEL MORKEN, B.A., R.N. ANN CAROLYN NELSON, B.A., M.A . . FREDERICK L. NEWNHAM, A.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., L.R.A.M . .. MAGNUS NODTVEDT, B.A., A.M., Th.B., Th.M., Ph.D . . ERIC NORDHOLM, 8.A. 8URTON T. OSTENSON, B.A., M.S., Ph.D. DONALD LOU NOTHSTEIN, B.A., M.D . . ARNE KENNETH PEDERSON, B.A. in Educ., M.A . . JESSE P. PFLUEGER, B.A., B.S., C.T., D.D., L.H.D . . ............ . .. ..

    H istory

    Economics

    . . .... English

    . .. Education

    English

    Music

    Economics

    Psychology

    . Speech

    . .. Speech .. Political Science

    .. Indus trial Arts __ ... . Music

    Education .. . . .. Physicol Education

    .. . .... ..... .. .... English . .... Physics, Mathematics

    Speech ..Art

    .English Philosophy, Religion

    . ..... ...... Mathematics Nursing Education

    .. ...... .. So:iology . . Music

    History .. ... Speech

    .. ..... . .. . . . .... ...... Biology . ... Biology

    _ _ _ .. Educotion . . Phi'osophy, Religion

    FLORENCE A. QUAST, B.S., M.S. .. ........ . . . Hame Economics ANDERS W. RAMSTAD, B.A., M.S. . . .. .. _. .. .... . Chemistry HERBERT R. RANSON, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. .. . . . . . . .... . . .. ....... English KELMER N. ROE, B.A., B.Th., M.Th. .. ................. . . . .. .. .. .. .. .... Religion GEORGE ROSKOS, B.A. Art Ed., M.A. . .......... Art .JOSEPH E. RUNNING, B.A., M.A. Mathematics H. MARK SALZMAN, B.A., M.A. ......... . ............. .. ...... .. . . . . . Physical Edueat'on THEODORE J. SJOD'ING, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. KRISTEN B. SOLBERG, B.A., Ed.M., Ed.D. ANTHONY STAMPOLlS, A.B., M.PA., Ph.D. WILLIAM L. STRUNK, B.A., M.S., D.Se .. PAUL G. VIGNESS, A.B., M.A., Ph.D . ...... KARL E. WEISS, B.M . .... RHODA H. YOUNG, B.A., M.S . .

    .... Education Psyeholo3Y, Education

    . ...... .. Economics ... Biology

    Religion Music

    . ... Physical Education

  • S U M M E R SESS I O N BULLETIN 5

    SPECIAL FEATURES

    READING CENTE RS

    E.xperienced teachns an' lookill for practical courses during the sumnwr s('ssions. Th 'y want sonll"thing" that can be u,,d directly in till classrooll\. It has b,,n the policy ,It Pacific Luthtran College to make the complete program of this nature. Two COurSes arc being offered this slimmer that should be of particular ,alue to the teach,rs wishin.l!: hdp in the teaching uf nading for tilt" child who has had difficulty. These cuurses arc:

    Educ. 469-Directed Teaching in Reading Centers Four hours

    Dir('ctt'd obs(, rvation and tf'Hching in SUJlnn('f f('TTwdial cLiss('s ill public schouls. To be t:.1kt:n concurnntlv with Educ. 119.

    Educ. 449-Reading Center Workshop Two hours Clinical study of reacling problenb and suggested corre ti,"C measures. To b, taken cOl1cllrr"l"ntly with Educ. 469.

    The nading Centers and workshops will 11

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    The first session will 1)(" taught by lVlr. Arne I" 'derson, nll'llIbcr of till' colkgl' staff. The childrell ill this s(, ction will 111' ,nl''I'ino.: "'\Tll th grad,: ill the fall.

    The sl"'ond Sl'ssion will il,' und .. .. the direction of },'liss H,>kn Pollard, a curriculum consultant for th,' Seattll' Public Schools. The children for this "'ssion will be third graders.

    A D M I N IST R AT I O N A N D S U P E R V I SIO N WO RKSHOP This wu rkshop will [,"ature Dr. Ray W. Huward, supl'l'intl'ncknt of the

    Shon.:lin" school distri1. Mr. Howard is an outstanding administriltor in this stat, and has s'rved well and dficicntly in natiunal ca pacities as \V"II. This course will ser\'e the intercsts and necds uf tf,,' llIL'llIb"rs of the class. Typical topics are curriculum planning and adjustlll,c'nt in lille with present n -cds, public nlations progr'"I1S, pnsonnd problnllS and financing btlildin" and edul'

  • SUMMER SESSION BuLLETIN 7

    GENERAL 'INFORMATION LOCATIO N

    Pacific Luthnan Colle,I{", the only Luthnan senior college on the entire Pacific Coast, is locatt'd in Parkland, Washington, a suburh of Tacoma, an attractilT city of about 160,000 inhabitants; it is near Mount Rainier and the f\arrows Bridge, third largest ,uspension bridg" in the world.

    Th" I :is-acre coll""fC call1pus is situated in the heart of the Evergrecn Playground whpl"!' thtTC is a healthful climate and b"'autiful scenery. Railroads and highways make the college casily acc('ssihlf' from all parts of tht.: country. Tacuma city hus'" run rc!,:ularly to ami from downtown and stop in front of the campus.

    ACCREDITATION Pacific Lutheran Coll"ge is fully accredited by thl.: f\ortll\vest Association

    of Secondary and Higher Schools as a fou r-vea l' liberal arts college. It is a'crcclil!'d by the State Board of Education as II teacher training iIlStitution offning a compll"te training program for PI'ospcctiv,' t

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    continue in the s('cond tcrIll IllUst IIlnk,' an official withdrawal froIll th' seCond term course.

    Official withdrawals wiJl ht' .1.(ivL'n any tilT\\, during th,' session if till'. student is cloing satisfactory work. Droppin a courM' at any timt;. without infonning' the Registrar's officI' will 1)(' classified on the n'('ord as an 'E."

    EXPENSES Tuition, per ere'dit h0111 . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . Matriculation fct ............. . . Audit f"" pn credi t hOll\'. Diplorna and Graduation f{'(' for ("ach degree. Privatl' Instruction in }Jiano or instrUIIH'nt, per lIz-hour leSSOll . . . . Rent