North Carolina Newspapers

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Volume LXI
Salem College, Winston-Salem, N.C., Friday, November 10,1978
Number 6
The Presidential Search Committee has begiln its
assignment of recommending Dr. Cuninggim’s suc
cessor to the -Board of Trustees. The challenge for our
committee is to recommend a person who will provide
innovative academic, managerial, and Christian
leadership, one who will continue to build on the good
work of Dr. Cuninggim.
Though we all regret President and Mrs. Cun-
ninggim’s leaving Salem at the end of this year, the
yvork of finding a new president must be carried on. The
Presidential Search Committee has already sent two
hundred letters out to friends of the College and state
and national leaders asking for suggestions for the
At the conference,
delegates will take on the
roles of professional
diplomats. They will work
with other delegates trying to
achieve their own national
objectives as well as working
toward the necessary con
sensus for desired in
ternational action. The issues
to be simulated at the NMUN
will reflect political realities
in the international sphere.
We solicit your assistance. We recognize that some of
the stronger potential candidates may be individuals
who would not apply for the position unless urged to
consider it by others. Specifically, we would appreciate
your nominating candidates who by their record have
proven leadership aiblity in the field of higher
education and who are interested in the growth and
strengthening of contemporary women’s education.
We will receive nominations through December 31.
Please direct your correspondence to me in care of:
Salem Academy and College
Post Office Box 10548
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27108
I am grateful for your consideration of our important
Thomas S. Douglas, III
Chairman, Presidential
Search Committee
Dr. Merrimon
President Salem
Academy and College
*lumerous canidates’ names have already
been received. The announcement of Salem’s new
president will be made in the spring after the Board of
Trustees has considered the Search Committee’s
The Presidential Search Committee:
Trustee Committee
Mr. Tom Douglas
Mr. Alan Barnes
Mrs. Mildred Cash
Mr. C. F. Bimbo
Mr. Charles Vance - ex officio
Advisory Committee
Dr. Bill White - college professor
Dr. David Kurtz - college professor
Mrs. Susanne Britt - academy teacher
Mr. Robert Newton - academy principal
Dean Evelyn Helmick - college academic dean
Mary Scott Best - administration
Mrs. Kate B. Ogburn - academy alumni
Mrs. Gwynne Taylor - college alumni
Jennie Smith - college student
Connie Caldwell - college student
Mary Womble Barringer - academy student
Participants will have the
unique opportunity to receive
a briefing of their assigned
country’s permanent mission
to the United Nations. These
briefings, conducted by
members of the mission and
often by an ambassador,
provide an otherwise unob
tainable opportunity to gain
information and insight
concerning the delegates
assigned country and its role
in the UN.
The NMUN will be held
April 10-15, in New York City,
Until then, the Salem
delegation, under the
leadership of Dr. Pubanty,
will be exploring particular
issues and conflicts in the
international system. The
importance of diplomacy as
an instrument of policy in
world affairs cannot be
overstated, and a simulation
such as NMUN affords the
opporunity for direct in
volvement in the diplomatic
Salem *s Next President
Progress Report
on Model U.N.
The National Model United
Nations group met Wed
nesday for the first in a series
of lectures to be given by Dr.
Jerry Pubanty. The purpose
of these lectures is to
familiarize students with the
structure and function of the
United Nations and the role it
plays in international
politics. The Salem
delegation has not yet
received its country
assignment for the con
ference but hopes to be
representing Czechoslovakia.
As soon as country assign
ments are made, the students
in the delegation will meet
weekly to familiarize
themselves with their
assigned country and the
political philosophy of its
present leaders.
European Travel Info
S.G.A. Reports
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