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Southern, Winston-Salem College Participate In Exchange Program for Students, Faculty
Southern, Winston-Salem College Participate In Exchange Program for Students, Faculty
Item IDEgyptian19651210Southern.tif
TitleSouthern, Winston-Salem College Participate In Exchange Program for Students, Faculty
AuthorRichard Rush
DescriptionThree students and one faculty member from Winston-Salem State College in North Carolina are studying at SIU this year as part of an unusual exchange program between the two schools.
Original Publication SourceDaily Egyptian
Date1965 December 10
Volume47
Issue56
SectionEducation
Page(s)6
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Digital File PublisherSpecial Collections Research Center, Morris Library, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
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CollectionDaily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
TranscriptSouthern, Winston-Salem College Participate In Exchange Program for Students, Faculty

By Richard Rush

Three students and one faculty member from Winston-Salem State College in North Carolina are studying at SIU this year as part of an unusual exchange program between the two schools.
In turn, one SIU student is spending the year at the southern school.
Gloria Barringer, Adlena Faye Howie and Bernice Seward are the first Winston-Salem students to come here as part of the program. And Guy Pearce is the first SIU student to attend Winston-Salem.
However, this summer, when the program began, there was an exchange of teachers with one SIU faculty member teaching there and several of their faculty members here.
Miss Barringer, a sophomore from Charlotte, N, C, is a vocal music major. She said she thinks the program is a "wonderful opportunity" for both students and faculty members.
Both Miss Howie and Miss Seward, juniors majoring in English, said they were very enthusiastic about the program. Miss Howie is from Winston - Salem and Miss Seward from Wilmington.
Jefferson Humphrey, who for the past three years served as dean of men at Winston- Salem College, is the exchange faculty member who is here this year. He is a doctoral student in the Department of Higher Education at SIU.
He is working on his Ph.D. with special emphasis on student personnel. Humphrey is a research assistant and is involved in upgrading the departmental bibliography on student personnel.
The exchange program grew out of a visit by President Delyte W. Morris to the Winston-Salem campus to make a speech. Last November a special SIU committee was named to study how the University could take a more active role in assisting smaller schools. William J. McKeefery, dean of academic affairs, served as head of the committee.
After conferring with leading educators, a special Winston-Salem task force was appointed, headed by Elmer J, Clark, dean on the College of Education, to work out the details of the exchange.
Orville Alexander, chairman of the Department of Government, was the first SIU faculty member to participate in the faculty exchange aspect of the program. He spent the summer teaching at Winston-Salem.
"The people at Winston- Salem State College are very charming, " Alexander said. "I have experienced a very worthwhile association with them."
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