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Meredith herald. online resource (None) 1986-current, October 10, 1989, Image 1

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M E D E D I T H HERALD Vol 5 No. 5 Meredith College, Raleigh, NC 27607 October 10,1989 Meredith Abroad Announces 1989 Curriculum and Itinerary by: Gennie Stuart If you are looking for involvement and an exciting time from May 28- August 26, you will be interested in the Meredith Abroad program, so take notice! Dr. Webb announces two meeting times for Tuesday, October 10. The first one will be held from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. and the next time will be 9-10. Both will be held in 103 Joyner. Anyone who is unable to attend either of the meetings should contact Dr. Webb during her office hours in Joyner. Accompanying Dr. Webb on the trip will be two other professors from Meredith, Dr. Fran Page and Dr. Virginia Knight. Classes will start in Switzerland for sevoal weeks and then the women move to Lon don for the remainder of their time where they continue their studies. Travel is intermingled with classes. For example, weekends are free for travel to such places as France, Austria, Germany, Holland and there is an optional trip to Scotland of fered for those who are interested. Also, included in the program are class excursions to historical and educational points of interest. The base price includes tuition, room and board(all meals except lunch in England), the international flight, and weekly excursions with the group. All of this is equal to the price of tuition for a semester at Meredith in the year 1990-91. The curriculum offered for this summer is as follows: IDS-100 Appreciation of Fine Art 3 hr. I>r. Fran Page MUS-234 Chorus 3 hr. Dr. Page Continued on page 5 Brisson Enjoying New Position by: Sandra Johnson One of the new faces you will see around campus this year is our new registrar, Dr. Carson Brisson. Dr. Brisson is very excited about working here at Meredith, and he has many ideas for improving the registrar’s office. Right now he is concentrating on a computer system that will increase accuracy and effi ciency in his office. Dr. Brisson stated, “Implementing an on-line stystem will allow us to automate all functions in the office.” This proce dure will make tasks less time con suming. Adjusting has been relatively easy for Dr. Brisson. Dr. Charles Davis, the former registrar and Sue Todd, who has been in the rc;.'-Stmr’s of fice for twenty-one years, have been especially helpful to Dr. Brisson. In addition to his new position here at Meredith, Dr. Brisson and his wife have just had a new mem ber, Evan Hunter, added to their family. Congratulations Dr. Bris son!

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