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THE NEWS ARGUS
The America they'll grow up in depends on all of us.
Pretty soon you'll be in the driver's
seat. With a responsibility for the
way things go in this country.
If you're like most young people
today, you'd like to do something
But you’re also interested in a
career in business.
Why not do both?
In a career with a company that
believes investment in people is
as important as investment
Sure, we invest lots of money every
year in American business.
But we're making other kinds
of investments, too.
Investments in people .. . with
millions of dollars we direct into
the fabric of American life.
This money helps rebuild cities that
are falling apart.
Creates jobs for people who need
Improves and expands hospitals and
clinics. And gives young people
a decent shot at the education
You can be part of it.
At Prudential we offer opportunities
An Equal Opportunity Enrtployer,
in marketing management,
investments, applied computer
technology, sales, accounting,
actuarial, and other areas.
As well as responsibility and
challenge in a company that's
committed to social involvement.
A Prudential representative will be
visiting your campus soon.
Check with your Placement Office
for the exact date and make
arrangements to talk to him.
The Dean and Faculty of the School
of Nursing wish to express our gratitude
to the many, faculty and staff mem
bers who so graciously gave of their
time, energy and intellect in assisting us
to become accredited by the National
League of Nursing.
The School of Nursing w'as visited by
two qualified educators in nursing
as representatives of the Nation
al League for Nursing beginning Octob
er 3, 1972 - October 6, 1972. The purpose
of their visit was to verify and clarify
the validity of our self study report
which was submitted to the League one
month prior to the site visit.
On December 8, 1972 following the Na
tional League of Nursing Board of Re
view meeting at League headquarters in
New York City the Winston-Salem State
University School of Nursing was granted
initial accreditation. Initial accredita
tion means accreditation for the first
The first application for national ac
creditation was made to the National
League for Nursing during the 1971-72
school year, with the encouragement of
Dr. Kenneth R. Williams and under the
direction of Dean Mary S. Isom.
National accreditation of the School of
Nursing will have a great impact on the
University in terms of increased enroll
ment, increased financial aid for the
students, greater opportunity for grad
uate study and greater opportunity for
the graduates to advance in job organiza
tional hierarchy. The impact upon the
City of W'inston-Salem perhaps will be
even greater due to the phasing out of
Intern Applicants Sought
The State Department of Natural and
Economic Resources has announced it is
accepting applications for its summer in
tern program for college students.
Twenty-one internships at $360 per
month for three months are being offer
ed by the Department.
Students will be asked to prepare re
ports on subjects ranging from develop
ment of interstate short tours to the efflu
ent charge alternative as a means of
water quality control.
Other subjects are local planning; an
alysis of industrial market; public partic
ipation in state water plan preparation;
water inventory of wet industries; rec
reation consultant; and field research on
the experimental method of evaluating
aquatic food plants in salt marsh im
Applicants need to have completed two
years of college or technical training
prior to beginning internship.
Application blanks can be obtained
from the personnel office of the Depart
ment of Natural and Economic Re
sources in Raleigh. Application deadline
is March 1, 1973.
Phi Beta Lambda will sponsor a
free Income Tax Assistance Clinic for
all students on February 20 in the Stu
dent Union Ballroom from 5 p.m. until
10 p.m. Assistance will be available for
all students who do not wish to itemize
deductions. Forms 1040A will be avail
able at the clinic.
On Saturday, March 3, 1973 the mem
bers of Phi Beta Lambda will be com
pleting income tax forms for low income
families and senior citizens throughout
Study At Oxford
Earn up to six hours credit while in
residence in literature, philosophy, his
tory, or drama. Room, board and all fees
for four weeks term, $400. This includes
trips to Stonehenge, Stratford-upon-Avon
and Churchhill’s birthplace. Air travel
provided if required at lowest rates.
Write, Dr. James Stewart, UNC-A, Ashe
ville, N. C. 28804.
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