North Carolina Newspapers

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Vol. LXVIII No. 6
Salem College, Winston-Salem, NC
April 29,1988
Dr. Judy Aanstad
To Leave Salem
by Amy Washburn
Career Center Director Dr.
Judy Aanstad will be leaving
Salem at the end of this year.
After thirteen years here. Dr.
Aanstad has decided to make a
career change--she says, "I took my
own career counseling advice."
Dr. Aanstad's primary work
will be with Ziff Associates of
Winston-Salem. She will be doing
qualitative market research, and
clients will hire her to test
consumer attitudes. Her results
will be used to decide about certain
types of product development and
advertising. As a part of this job.
Dr. Aanstad will be travelling all
around the country.
She will also work as a
consultant for a firm in Greensboro
in a management development
program. She will work with
upper and middle level managers
in assessing their personal
managment styles. Dr. Aanstad
says that these jobs will give her a
chance to do some different things
using her same skills and
education.
She says, "I've enjoyed and
learned a lot here-this has been
an important part of my life."
Sarah Arbritton, who
currently lives in Chicago, has
been hired to take over the Career
Center. She received her Master's
Degree at Florida State
University. Dr. Aanstad remarks
that, "she is a really dynamic,
interesting young woman. I think
students will really enjoy getting to
know her."
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Banquet Kicks Off Founders' Day Festivities
by Staff Reporter
The annual Leadership
Banquet was held on Wednesday,
April 27 at 6:00 p.m. in the
Refectory. The Banquet was part
of the Founders' Day festivities at
the College. This dinner was an
opportunity to honor campus
leaders and focus on leadership.
The featured speaker was a Salem
alum. Dr. Jennie Anderson Smith,
who spoke upon the rewards of
leadership and the hardships
involved.
Among the awards presented
were team captains' awards. The
following people were recognized.
Equestrian Team: Courtney
Nanninga, Elizabeth Betts, Tracy
O'Connor; Field Hockey Team:
Paige Miller, Pat Palumbo; Soccer
Team: Beth Douglas, Allison Gill;
Swimming Team: Sally Lemmon;
Tennis Team: Catherine Penry;
Volleyball Team: Cathy
Whitlock.
Several people were honored
for their work in drama. Elizabeth
Mullins received the Pierrot
Award for outstanding
participation in theater.
Recognized as the new members of
the dramatic honor society. Alpha
Psi Omega, were Julia Carpenter,
Parker Hubbard, Heather Inge,
Jenny Muench, Dawn Phelps, Lucy
Woodham, Michelle Duffie, and
Jennifer Hencinski
Student Government Awards
were given to Millie Eubanks, Lynn
Turpin, Ginger Saunders, and Laura
Arndt.
Recipients of the Spirit
Awards for outstanding
participation in class activities
were: Freshman: Betsy Saxman;
Sophomore: Cathy Bowers and
Strat Newitt; Junior: Michelle
Brennan; and Senior: Joanna
Winecoff.
Tapped for membership in the
O.D.K. honor organization for
scholarship and leadership were
Michelle Brennan, Michelle
Jaynes, Cathy Whitlock, Kay
Costenbader, Bridget Maley, and
Amy Washburn.
Recipient of the O.D.K.
Outstanding Teacher Award was
Dr. Patricia Howe of the History
uepartment.
The Freshman Leadership
Award was given to Camille
Flippin. The Carroll Lennon
Award for achievement in
residence life was awarded to
Debbie West.
Millie Eubanks was the first
recipient of the new Sarah Fulcher
Leadership Award, which honors
tenacity, ability to communicate
clearly, and effectiveness and
perseverance as a student leader.
    

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