Dalmas Nelson Award
5 Valley Sfafe Professors Receive Teaching Awards Five professors at San Fer nando Valley State College have been chosen to receive Distinguished Teaching Awards" for the 1969-70 1969-70 1969-70 academic year. They were selected selected by vote of the college's graduating students and fel low faculty members. The five, each of whom re ceived a $500 honorarium with the award, are Dr. Helen Lodge of Reseda, professor of education; Dr. Dalmas Nelson of Northridge, professor of po litical science; Dr. Roy Olson of Granada Hills, associate professor of physics; Dr. James Sefton of Northridge, associte professor of history, and Dr. Clarence Wiggins of Northridge, professor of mu sic. Coauthor of Book Dr. Lodge received her doc mary and secondary level She is coauthor of the book "New Ways in English," Dr. Nelson, who received his PhD from Harvard Uni versity in 1957, has taught at the University of Nebraska and Duke University, as well as at Valley State. He has been a recipient of a Brookings Research Fellow ship and of University of Ne braska and Valley State College College faculty summer fellow ships. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Dr. Nelson, who specializes in public administration and administrative law, has had a variety of articles published in scholarly journals and is the author of the book "Administrative "Administrative Agencies of the U.S.A.: Their Decisions and Authority."