Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 13, 1962 · Page 25
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 25

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, September 13, 1962
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IN DIVISION II — Science division streamlined To meet modern age demands The Science Division has been ' closely studied in the past two years and streamlined to meet the demands of our modern age of atomic power, miracle drugs, satellites, space exploration, and an endless number of other scientific discoveries. The challenge to the young mind is almost beyond imagination, but little can be achieved without the proper studying and training of fundamentals. Division n is organized and supplied with trained faculty members to present the student with the facts of the sciences. Materials, scientific equipment, and laboratories are quite adequate and better than they have been in the history •of the college. In addition, the division presents the student with the methods of the sciences based upon reason and logic, and attempts to develop in the mind of the student a critical scientific attitude toward the problems of modern life and our complicated civilization. Basic training in the sciences is available for the student who wishes to specialize in this area and make this his life -occupation. Various courses are correlated to provide an adequate cultural ^ background in the scientific .world~1to the student who does not wish to specialize in the sciences. , v , The sciences, at Upper Iowa include mathematics, ' chemistry, physics, botany,/and zoology. The .chief objective in mathematics is to train the student in the art of DR. ERNST NAYLOR clear, logical thinking, and to develop his powers of analysis. This is fundamental to all the sciences and is therefore highly recommended especially for chemistry and physics. Courses in mathematics are also designed for the liberal arts student as well as the student desiring background for technical studies. Consult with 'the mathematics department- if 'you are uncertain in this area. ' The courses offered in. chemistry are also designed to meet'the needs of both those who wish to learn the subject as part of a liberal education, and • those who wish to specialize in the field. Upper Iowa is very proud of both the personnel and the materials and equipment in the chemistry department. Those who obtain majors here are prepared either to enter the professional field or do graduate work in chemistry necessary for those seeking admission to schools of medicine, dentistry, veterinary science, pharmacy, nursing, and engineering. The physics department has new equipment of the most recent design. The program is designed for students preparing for professional careers or as Ugh school physics teachers. An the physics courses are offered for pre-training in engineering, medicine, dentistry, and optometry. A minor in physics is particularly suitable for students majoring in chemistry or mathematics. Wen integrated courses in both botany and zoology are offered in the biology sciences. Man and the • Biological World is strictly an elementary course in biology, especially for students who never intend to take more work in this field. It does not apply on a major or a minor. If your interest is m biology, take either the Erst course in botany or zoology. Advanced courses are given to pr ents for professkaal? estry, ecology, nursing. ^ field of conservattafcr?. \ For additional infcnnaii the catalog member of Mariner Corps teaxnr ffife^ • VisitoacainiwOcfcZ A team from the United States Marine Corps wffl visit the D.^1. DLf« campus on' Tuesday; 1 Oct a^fbr/' the purpose of interviewing? stod- * ents who are interested in'-obtaro-S; ing a commission in the Marine Corps upon graduation, ' , The team win be located in the lounge of the Colgrpve-Walfcer Memorial bufldmg tram 19 a. jn. untfl 4 p. m.' ' The Marine Corps offers the . Platoon Leaders class for college WELCOME STUDENTS AND FACDLTY Special Prices On OIL FILTERS Maynard, Iowa WELCOME STUDBfTS AND R • See Us Fo or ' V NEW A... . •)' . . - tit * -A* Day andt Wrftt Wnckar - . ,.„ •"HI Wit CHEVRO^f - - f . ipi Phone We're Proud - - - TO HAVE A PART IN THE BUILDING PROGRAM OF UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY. THIS IS AN INSTITUTION THAT IS GROWING BY LEAPS AND BOUNDS. WE ARE SURE THEY WILL CONTINUE TO GROW AND WE HOPE TO BE SERVING THEM IN MANY WAYS. \ *-'"".; - * The New Science Building-- — BESIDES ADDING THE MUCH NEEDED CLASS ROOM FOR THE INCREASING ENROLL^, - ' j?2 * jit ^s"* 1 MENT, ADDS' BEAUTY AND DIGNITY TO THE U.I.U. CAMPUS. THE STUDENTS WHQiV! HAVE THE PRIVILEGE OF HAVING CLASSES IN THIS BUILDING SHOULD FE ORED, INDEED. ITS BEAUTY AND SERVICEABILITY CANNOT BE SURPASSED OTHER COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY. ..'.-. We Congratulate Upper Iowa on its PROGRES i-^i HON- t« C General Contractor New Hampton, Iowa T«* r' ^-w 1 f rLd V; 5r Ff> J ,.i .*sil

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