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VOLUME 1 NO. 2 WAYNE COMMUNITY COLLEGE DATE February 5, 1969
7'' ' NINE WCC STUDENTS SELECTED FOR WHO'S WHO
Nine students from Wayne Coimnunity College were nominated and accepted for Who's
Who Among Students In American Junior Colleges.
The national publication sent word to Clyde Erwin, WCC president, of the acceptance
of the nine students, whose biographies will be printed in the book for nationwide dis
The nine students include Miss Vivian June Best, Rt. 5, Goldsboro; Mrs. Betty Zane
Everage, 4-05 Westover Rd., Goldsboro; Russell Bryce Hunt, Jr., 1725-B Edgerton St.,
Goldsboro; James Henry Joyner, 209 W. Pearson St., Goldsboro; Charles Allen Ludwigson,
507 N. Komegay St., Goldsboro; Mrs. Mara Gooding MacKenzie, LaGrange; Miss Lutie Ogden
McClain, 14-01 E. Ash St., Goldsboro; Edward Joseph Smith, 701-A E. Walnut St., Goldsboro;
and Guy Percy Williams, Jr., 511 N. Daisy St., Goldsboro.
The basic concept of Who's Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges is to
provide a democratic, national basis for the recognition of outstanding campus leaders.
This directory is a unique institution which now includes thousands of listings from
over 500 schools in all 50 states, and the District of Columbia.
Nominations of second year college students are submitted annually after selection
by campus nominating committees. In most cases these committees are composed of rep
resentatives of the administration, the faculty and the student body. Students whose
academic standing, service to the community, leadership in extra-curricular activities
and future potential are decidedly above average are judged usually on an objective
point-scale system to insure fairness in selection.
ACCREDITING TEAM VISITS
^ The accrediting team of the Council
on Dental Education-American Dental Asso-
* ciation visited WCC on January 16 and 17
* for a final site visit for fall accredi-
tat ion of the Dental Hygiene Curriculum.
* The survey team reviewed all pre-
* vious recommendations of the original
^ team from June 1967 to determine if they
* had been followed through.
* Some new recommendations were made
by the final survey team regarding such
* items as closed circuit television, ex-
* panding classroom facilities, and relat-
* ing progress of hygiene curriculums from
^ other schools. A final report regarding
^ accreditation is expected in May 1969.
POSTGRADUATE SEMINAR AT WCC
The N.C. Society of Dental Anesthe
siology met at the dental facilities of
Wayne Community College January 18 and
19 for a postgraduate two-day seminar.
Guest speaker Dr. Wayne Hiatt from
Ohio State University lectured on Pre
medication of the dental patients, which
included five hours of theory, and slides
of pre-medication. He demonstrated intro-
venous injections of barbituates, narcotics
and tranquilizers in various combinations
with approximately 25 patients. Each
patient was then anesthetized by a local
anesthetic in the mouth and minor surgery
was performed to demonstrate patient re
sponse and comfort with this technique.
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