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VOL. 41 NO. 1 



EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS COLLEGE 

BULLETIN 



Summer School Number 



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MARCH, 1950 
Greenville, North Carolina 



EAST CAROLI NA TEACHERS COLLEGE 

IS AN ACCREDITED MEMBER OF 

THE SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AND 
SECONDARY SCHOOLS 

THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES 
FOR TEACHER EDUCATION 

AND 

THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE CONFERENCE 



VOL.41 MARCH, 1950 No. 1 



EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS COLLEGE 

BULLETI N 



Summer School Number 



GREENVILLE) NORTH CAROLINA 



Published four times a year — March, May, August, and December. 

Entered as second-class matter March 16, 1936, at the Post Office at 

Greenville, N. C, under act of Congress August 24, 1912. 



Feb. 


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April 


7 


April 


12 


May 


12 



SPRING QUARTER 1950 

Monday — Registration and classification 
Tuesday — Class work begins 
Friday, 1:00 P. M. — Spring holidays begin 
Wednesday — Class work resumed 

Friday, 1:00 P. M. — Examinations for spring quarter 
close 
May 13 Saturday to May 15 — Commencement exercises 

SUMMER QUARTER 1950 

FIRST TERM 

(Classes meet five days weekly) 

June 5 Monday — Registration 

June 6 Tuesday — Class work begins 

July 14 Friday — Examinations — First Term Ends 

SECOND TERM 

(Classes meet six days weekly) 

July 15 Saturday — Registration 
July 10 Monday — Class work begins 

Aug. 19 Saturday — Summer School closes — Commencement 
exercises 

FALL QUARTER 1950 

Sept. 4 Monday, 6:30 P. M., Faculty meeting and departmental 

meetings 

Tuesday and Wednesday — Freshman registration 
Thursday — Registration of upperclassmen 
Friday — Class work begins 

Wednesday, 12 M. — Fall quarter closes — Thanksgiving 
holidays begin 

OFFCERS OF ADMINISTRATION 

John D. Messick, Ph.B., Ph.D., Lit.D President 

Leo W. Jenkins, B.S., M.A., Ed.D., Dean Director of Summer School 

J. K. Long, B.S., M.A., Ph.D Registrar 

F. D. Duncan, B.S Treasurer and Business Manager 

Wendell W. Smiley, B.S., M.S.-— Librarian 

Ruth White, A.B Dean of Women 

Fred Irons, M.D. Physician 

Mrs. Blanche Cherry, R.N College Nurse 

Paul R. Julian Steward 

Mrs. L. L. Rives, A.B _ Dietitian 

Camille B. Clark, A.B Dietitian 



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EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS COLLEGE 

BULLETIN 

SUMMER SCHOOL NUMBER 

Volume 41 March, 1950 Number 1 

SUMMER SESSIONS 1950 

The Summer quarter at East Carolina Teachers College 
is an integral part of the academic year, and is the equiv- 
alent of any one of the other three quarters in respect to 
courses, their credit value and the quality of instruction 
given. 

The Summer quarter is divided into two equal terms. 
This arrangement is made for the convenience of a large 
number of students who find it inconvenient, if not im- 
possible, to attend the full quarter, but who find it neces- 
sary or profitable to use a portion of the summer for further 
study. 

During the first term classes meet five times a week for 
six weeks. During the second term classes meet six times 
a week for five weeks. 

Instruction periods are fifty minutes long, exclusive of 
the change period between classes. Students will be per- 
mitted to carry a maximum of three full courses each term 
for a total credit of nine quarter hours a term (six semester 
hours). 

A tentative list of the courses to be offered during the 
summer sessions is found in this bulletin, but any course 
listed in the general catalogue will be offered during either 
term of summer school provided there is sufficient demand 
for it. If there is not sufficient demand for an\' course 
listed in this bulletin it will be dropped and another course 
will be offered in its stead. 

Practice teaching in the elementary grades will be offered 
during the first term only. 

All courses offered carry degree credit. 



4 EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS COLLEGE 

ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS 

The requirements for admission are the same for the 
summer session as for the regular year. For complete 
statements concerning them the regular catalogue should be 
consulted. 

High school graduates who expect to enter college here 
for the first time must submit their high school credits 
before registering; preferably, a month before the opening 
of the summer session. 

Graduates of accredited high schools are admitted with- 
out examination if their credentials include a minimum of 
sixteen units of acceptable courses. 

Applicants who have attended any college or university 
should have a transcript sent from the college (or colleges) 
to the Registrar of East Carolina Teachers College. Per- 
sons who wish to attend the summer term only need not send 
a transcript from other colleges unless credit earned is to 
be used in meeting requirements for a degree from East 
Carolina Teachers College. 

The above statement applies to students who are eligible 
to continue in the College in which they were last enrolled. 
Persons who are ineligible to continue in another college are 
not eligible to register in East Carolina Teachers College. 

Former students of East Carolina Teachers College who 
desire to continue their work toward a degree find little 
difliiculty in adjusting the work done on an earlier curricu- 
lum to the requirements of present curricula. Credits 
earned elsewhere in standard colleges will be accepted, 
when properly certified, provided such credits fit in with 
the curriculum selected by the students in East Carolina 
Teachers College. 

The Registrar should be supplied with an official tran- 
script of any recent extension or residence work done in 
other colleges for which the student desires credit at least 
three months in advance of the date he expects to graduate 
here. 

It is expected that each student will keep for his own 
information and guidance an orderly check on the courses 



SUMMER SCHOOL SESSION 5 

completed, and those yet to be completed on his curriculum 
as it is outlined in the catalogue. 

Fees and expenses 

1st 2nd 

Term Term Total 

Registration Fee $ 5.00 $ 5.00 $10.00 

Tuition (residents of N. C.) 17.50 17.50 35.00 

Tuition (Non-Residents of N. C.)._. 35.00 35.00 70.00 

Room Rent 10.00 10.00 20.00 

Laundry Deposit 4.00 4.00 8.00 

Student Activity Fee 5.50 5.50 11.00 

Additional Room Rent for Slay 

and Wilson Halls 1.50 1.50 3.00 

Auditor in one or more Courses 6.00 6.00 12.00 

^Infirmary Fee .50 .50 1.00 

Observation in Training School 

(Not exceeding two weeks) 5.00 5.00 

Private Music Lessons 15.00 15.00 30.00 

Changes in Schedule (a subject) .25 .25 .50 

Practice Teaching Fee 10.00 10.00 

All fees are due at time of registration. • 

Special students, i.e. day students who schedule not more 
than four credit hours a term, will pay a fee of $4.00 a 
credit hour scheduled. 

Students who, for any reason, withdraw from the college 
before the end of any quarter will have a proportionate 
part of the amount paid for board refunded. Under no 
circumstances will other fees be refunded. Refund will be 
from the date of official withdrawal from college. 

Housing Facilities 

The college has abundant space in its dormitories and 
cafeteria for all who may attend the summer sessions, and 
private homes are available for those who desire to live off 
the campus. 



* Charged day students not living in own liome; gives infirmary 
service. 



6 EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Women students not living in their own homes are re- 
quired to live in the college dormitories unless they have 
written permission from the Registrar to live in an ap- 
proved private home. The application of minors must be 
signed by parents before they will be considered. 

Students staying in private homes may secure board in the 
college cafeteria. Room and board may be found in private 
homes convenient to the college at reasonable rates. 

Students not living in the college dormitories should be 
sure to give their local address on registration forms, so 
they may be located quickly in case someone desires to get 
in touch with them. 

Living quarters will be reserved for the housing accomo- 
dations of married couples who attend the summer sessions. 
These accommodations will be available when the husband 
is registered for summer school w^ork here. Children may 
not live in the college dormitories nor take meals in the 
college cafeteria. 

Rooms in the men's .dormitory will be available during 
the summer sessions for men students. 

Speed-Up Program 

A year may be saved in a four year curriculum by at- 
tending three full summer sessions. However, good educa- 
tional standards must not be sacrified for the sake of speed. 

Certificates and Degrees 

Ail work offered during the summer sessions applies to- 
ward the requirements for a teacher's certificate in North 
Carolina and tow^ard the requirements for a degree in East 
Carolina Teachers College. All curricula leading to the 
Bachelor of Science degree meet the requirements for a Class 
A teacher's certificate. 

To meet the request of those students who do not expect 
to teach, this college now offers curricula, leading to the 
Bachelor of Arts degree, which do not require the educa- 
tion courses required of those preparing for the teaching 
profession. 



SUMMER SCHOOL SESSION 7 

Primary and Grammar Class A Certificates 

The State Department of Certification now requires the 
satisfactory completion of the requirements for a degree 
from a standard college and the specific certificate require- 
ments as qualifications for the Class A certificate. This 
means that the department does not issue the Class A certifi- 
cate merely on the earning of a minimum of 120 semester 
hours, including specific subject requirements for the cer- 
tificate as was done formerly. 

Teachers who are expecting changes in their certificates 
in 1950 as a result of their summer school work should 
wait four weeks after the close of the term before making 
any inquiry of the State Department of Public Instruction 
at Raleigh. 

When a certificate is to be raised to a higher grade it 
is not necessary to send the old certificate to the State 
Department of Certification. 

Reports of the summer school work go promptly from 
the college to the State Department of Public Instruction 
on a form provided by the Department of Certification. 
This form should be obtained from the Registrar and filled 
out by each student who wishes to have credits reported to 
the State Department of Education. Do not send the De- 
partment your personal report of summer school work. 

Graduate Certificates 

All graduate work at East Carolina Teachers College is 
directed toward the completion of requirements for graduate 
certificates. Courses are offered for the following graduate 
certificates : The principal's certificate, the superintendent's 
certificate, and graduate certificates in secondary and ele- 
mentary education. 

A generous offering of courses leading to the Master of 
Arts degree is scheduled for the summer sessions. The 
larger offering is during the first six-week session. The 
Master's degree may be earned in three quarters or in three 
eleven-week summer sessions. 



8 east carolina teachers college 

Library Science 

Attention is called to the offerings in Library Science dur- 
ing the summer sessions. Work is offered leading to full 
qualifications as a school librarian on both the undergrad- 
uate and graduate levels. Completion of all courses offered 
in the program of the Library Science Department and 
meeting of all other requirements for the Bachelor of Science 
degree and the Master of Arts degree will qualify teacher- 
librarians to hold the graduate certificate in secondary or 
elementary education. 

Teacher-librarians, that is, teachers who give a portion 
of their time to library work, shall have earned a degree 
in a standard four year college, met the professional re- 
quirements for a class "A" teacher's certificate, and earned 
at least twelve semester hours in library science. This 
work shall include administration, reference, children's and 
adolescent literature. 

Auditors 

With the permission of the instructor any class offered 
in the summer quarter is open to auditors; that is, to per- 
sons who desire to attend classes without receiving any 
credit for the course taken. The registration fee for this 
privilege is $6.00 for each term, or fraction thereof. Audi- 
tors may register for any three courses at any time during 
a term. They will not be permitted to take examinations 
in the courses audited. 

Absences 

Absences are counted from the first class meeting, hence, 
late registration constitutes an absence from class. A 
student will not be allowed credit on a course in which 
he is absent from 25% of the class meetings. The student 
is held accountable for the work covered in each class meet- 
ing. See catalogue for full regulations. 



summer school session 9 

Classification 

Students working for a degree in East Carolina Teachers 
College are classified according to the number of credit 
hours earned and on record toward the completion of a 
curriculum in this college. Students having on record fewer 
than 45 quarter hours of credit are classified as freshmen ; 
those with 46 to 96 quarter hours are classified as sopho- 
mores, those with 97 to 147 quarter hours are classified as 
juniors, and those with 148 quarter hours or more are 
classified as seniors. 

Students taking a limited schedule of studies (not more 
than eight quarter hours) are classified as "special stu- 
dents." 



Study Program and Credits 

The usual regulations concerning a student's program 
of studies will apply during the summer sessions, but the 
regulations are interpreted for two equal terms instead 
of for an unbroken quarter. 

A student may schedule a maximum of nine quarter 
hours a term ; with special permission from the committee 
on credit and classification he may schedule ten quarter 
hours, but under no circumstances may a student schedule 
more than ten quarter hours a term. 

To convert quarter hour credits into equivalent semester 
hour credits multiply by two thirds, e.g. 9 (quarter hours) 
multiplied by 2/3 equals 6 (semester hours). 

To convert semester hour credits into equivalent quarter 
hour credits, multiply 1.5 or 3/2, e.g. 12 (semester hours) 
multiplied by I14 equals 18 (quarter hours). 

Teachers' certificates may be renewed in a six weeks 
term; credits may be earned toward a higher certificate, 
and toward graduation. 

Students desiring transcripts checked or college credits 
evaluated before making up their summer term schedules 
should submit transcripts and request the check at least one 
month before the session opens. 



10 EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Each student should register if possible on the first day 
of the term. Late registration is a serious hindrance to 
the best work and there is a fee of $1.00 charged late 
entrants. 

Examinations 

Final examinations in each term will be held in each 
class on the hour of the last class meeting. A condition 
(Grade of "C") incurred in the summer quarter must be 
removed, in the manner directed by the instructor of the 
course, not later than the close of the next quarter of the 
student's re-enrollment in the college ; if not thus removed 
it becomes automatically a failure. 

Demonstrtaion Classes 

Demonstration classes are provided for observation in the 
Training School for the first term of Summer School. Ob- 
servation is offered in grades one through eight, and the 
hours are from 8 :30 a. m. to 12 :30 p. m. each day. Tuesday 
and Thursday afternoons are reserved for conferences with 
the teacher in charge of the class or with teachers as a group. 
Particular attention is given to reading difficulties. 

Experienced teachers may enroll for observation alone, 
which carries no college credit, for a nominal fee of $1.00 a 
day. The minimum charge is $5.00. The number of persons 
that can be admitted for observation is limited. Persons 
desiring to observe in the Training School must register, 
secure a permit from the Registrar of the College and receive 
direction concerning the time and manner of observations. 

Graduate Work 

East Carolina Teachers College offers excellent oppor- 
tunities for graduate work leading to the M. A. degree. 
The teaching staff is experienced and well trained, the 
library is sufficient and well selected, and the costs are very 
low. The whole program of graduate instruction has been 
worked out to provide better principals and teachers for the 



SUMMER SCHOOL SESSION 11 

schools of North Carolina. One may secure an M.A. de- 
gree in three summers of satisfactory work. The following 
departments will offer graduate courses during the sum- 
mer of 1950: Business Education, Education, English, 
Geography, Health and Physical Education, Mathematics, 
Psychology, Science, and Social Studies. 

Placement Bureau 

The facilities of the College Placement Bureau are avail- 
able to all students and graduates of the college without 
charge to them. If they register with the Bureau and fur- 
nish the personal data needed, the Bureau endeavors to 
place them in teaching positions for w^hich they are best 
fitted. 

Self-Help 

There is a limited amount of self-helf work available 
to students who must earn a portion of their college ex- 
penses while attending the summer sessions. These self- 
help assignments are made about May 10, and students 
desiring such work should make application prior to that 
date on a form provided by the college. Only students 
with better than average scholarship are considered for 
these assignments. 

Recreation and Entertainment 

The summer school at East Carolina Teachers College 
offers abundant opportunities for wholesome recreation to 
its students. Eight tennis courts, a municipal swimming 
pool adjacent to the campus, a baseball field, a good volley- 
ball court, the weekly motion picture show in the college 
auditorium and the regular social hour each evening in 
the Robert H. Wright Building, are some of the attractions 
available. 

A series of attractive entertainments secured from a 
national lyceum bureau will be offered during each term 
of the summer school. In addition there will be the usual 



12 EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS COLLEGE 

picnics, barbecue luncheons, watermelon cuttings, etc., which 
are provided for summer school students. 

Since the College is only seventy miles from the ocean, a 
day or a week-end at the beach may be enjoyed frequently. 
Atlantic Beach, at Morehead, and Bayview, on the Pamlico 
River, are popular resorts easily reached from here. 

Faculty 

Attention is called especially to the strength of the faculty 
retained for the summer sessions. Students who attend 
the summer sessions of East Carolina Teachers College are 
assured of all the benefits that ordinarily accrue to one who 
attends a thoroughly modern college of high standing. 

Graduation 

Graduation exercises are held twice each year, viz., at 
the close of the spring quarter in June and at the close of 
the summer quarter in August. 

Students contemplating graduation in August should ac- 
quaint themselves with the graduation requirements as 
found in the general catalogue. 

Formal application for graduation, with a specific degree 
and in a specific curriculum, must be made not later than 
registration day of the quarter in which graduation is ex- 
pected. The graduation fee of $5.00 is due when the appli- 
cation for graduation is made. 

Significance of Course Numbers 

Course numbers as used in this bulletin and in the general 
catalogue indicate the college year in which the courses 
should be taken; that is, courses numbered 1 to 99 are for 
freshmen; 100 to 199 for sophomores; 200 to 299, for 
juniors; 300 to 399 for seniors; 400 and above, for grad- 
uate students. 

The letter G following courses numbered from 300-399 
indicates Senior-Graduate courses. 



COURSES — TITLES — PERIODS — INSTRUCTORS — 

CREDITS 

ART AUSTIN BUILDING 

FIRST TERM 

Catalogue Qr.Hrs. Room 

No. Title Period Credit Teacher No. 

204 Art Education in tlie Gr. Grades... 6-7 Sat. 6 3 Cirlot A-203 

218 Art Appreciation 4 3 Cirlot A-203 

304 Clay Modeling 2-3 3 Cirlot A-203 

SECOND TERM 

120 Design for Posters & Display 6-7 3 Neel A-201 

203 Weaving and Basketry 3-4 3 Neel A-201 

301 Art in the Integ. Program.... 1-2 3 Neel A-201 



BUSINESS EDUCATION 

FIRST TERM 
Catalogue 
No. Title Period 

3 Typewriting 5 

107-8a-9 Office Machines 4 

130 Principles of Accounting 2-3 

231 Business Law 1 

334 Auditing ..- 2 

413 C. P. A. Problems 4 

SECOND TERM 

131 Accounting Principles 2-3 

218 Office Management 1 

234 Accounting Practice 5 

235 Advanced Accounting -. 3 

344 Credits and Collections 2 

414 C. P. A. Problems 5 



FLANAGAN BUILDING 



Qr.Hr 


•s. 


Room 


Credit Teacher 


No. 


2 


Cameron 


7-B 


3 


Cameron 


10-B 


3 


Cameron 


12-B 


3 


Browning 


12-B 


3 


Browning 


9-B 


3 


Browning 


9-B 


3 


Wilkerson 


12-B 


3 


Wilkerson 


9-B 


3 


Wilkerson 


12-B 


3 


Howell 


9-B 


3 


Howell 


9-B 


3 


Howell 


9-B 



EDUCATION 

FIRST TERM 
Catalogue 

No. Title Period 

315 Directed Observation in 

the Elem. Sch 2 

322 History of Ed. in U. S 3 

361G Introd. to Exceptional Child 4 

362G Speech Pathology 8.'^ 

363G Principles of Speech Correction 2 

401 Foundations of Arith 1 

406 Elem. School Admin. 1 

407 School Finance 2 

409 High School Admin 3 

412 Improv. Read, in Elem. Sch 6 



GRAHAM BUILDING 



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•s. 


Room 


Credi 


t Teacher 


No. 


3 





200 


3 


Haynes 


202 


3 


Pet^cins )u 


h( 201 


3 


Perkins 


201 


3 


Perkins 


201 


3 


Reynolds 


A-125 


3 


Oppelt 


SM 


3 


Hurlburt 


300 


3 


Finck 


300 


3 




200 



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EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS COLLEGE 



Catalogue Qr.Hrs 

No. Title Period Credit 

413 School Bldgs. & Grounds 4 3 

424 High School Curriculum 2 3 

425 Elem. School Curriculum 5 3 

428 Supervision 5 3 

434 Home-school-community Relations 6 3 

484b Workshop in Supervision 3 

Hrs. to be arr. 

SECOND TERM 

208 Read, in the Prim. Grades — 2 3 

306G Soc. Sci. in Elem. Sch 3 3 

307G The Primary School 4 3 

325 Principles of Sec. Ed 1 3 

358G Test and Measurements 4 3 

360G Principles of Guidance 5 3 

365Ga,b,c Resource-Use Ed. Workshop . 2,3,4 9 

404 Counselling Techniques 2 3 

408 Public School Admin 3 3 

410 Staff Personnel Prob 5 3 

420 Teaching Aids 1 3 

425 Elem. School Curriculum 2 3 





Room 


- Teacher 


No. 


Hurlburt 


300 


Oppelt 


202 




300 


Oppelt 


201 


Finck 


300 


Staff 


300 





200 




200 




200 




201 


Fuller 


303 


Fuller 


303 


Jones, Fon- 




ville 


F-1-1 


Fuller 


303 




300 




300 


Hurlburt 


300 


Hurlburt 


300 



ENGLISH 

FIRST TERM 
Catalogue 
No. Title Period 

1 Composition 6 

2 Composition i 4 

112b English Literature 3 

222 Grammar 5 

226 Introduction to Philosophy 4 

318aG Literature of the American Age 

of Reason 3 

325 Shakespeare 1 

326G Romantic Poetry .' 2 

SECOND TERM 

2 Composition 1 

3 Composition 4 

111 American Literature 6 

112c English Literature 3 

216 Young People's Literature 2 

218 Oral English 2 

223 Teaching High School English 5 

305G Current Problems in English 6 

328G Whitman 4 



AUSTIN BUiLDING 



Qr.Hrs. 


Room 


Credit Teacher 


No. 


3 Pingel 


A-104 


3 Turner 


A-103 


3 Turner 


A-103 


3 Greene 


A-212 


3 Pingel 


A-104 



3 Pingel A-104 

3 Greene A-212 

3 Turner A-103 



3 


Posey 


A-109 


3 


Hooper 


A-103 


3 


Hooper 


A-103 


3 


Hooper 


A-103 


3 


Rutan 


A-212 


3 


Posey 


A-109 


3 


Rutan 


A-212 


3 


Rutan 


A-212 


3 


Posey 


A-109 



SUMMER SCHOOL SESSION 



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GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST TERM 
Catalogue 
No. Title Period 

10 Earth and Man — - — - - 2 

110 North America 3 

120 Physiography G 

212 Hist. Geog. of U. S 1 

330 Peoples of the Earth 4 

410 Geog. of World Problems 5 

SECOND TERM 

10 Earth and Man ___._ 2 

12 Econ. Geog. U. S. and Canada_ 3 

210 South America 6 

221 Educational Geography 1 

230 Ind. Geog. for Elem. Tchrs.... 4 

420 Latin America 5 



FLANAGAN BUILDING 


Qr.Hrs. 


Room 


Credit Teacher 


No. 


3 


Martin 


F 3-1 


3 


Martin 


F 3-1 


3 


Martin 


F 3-1 





Cummings 


F 1-1 


3 


Cummiugs 


F 1-1 


3 


Cummings 


F 1-1 


3 


Lamb 


F 3-1 


3 


Lamb 


F 3-1 


3 


Lamb 


F 3-1 


3 


Picklesimer 


F 5-1 


3 


Picklesimer 


F 5-1 


3 


Picklesimer 


F 5-1 



HEALTH AND PHYS5CAL EDUCATION WRIGHT BUILDING 
HEALTH EDUCATION AND FLANAGAN BUILDING 

FIRST TERM 

Catalogue Qr.Hrs. Room 

No. Title Period Credit Teacher No. 

1 Personal Hygiene 1 3 Dole F 3-1 

105 School & Community Hygiene 2 3 Dole F 5-1 

244 H. E. for El. Schools - 1 3 Tifft F 5-1 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

21 Fundamentals of Tennis 6 1 Tifft W B 

119 Volleyball .„ 4 1 Tifft W B 

127 Playground & Com. Recreation 4 3 Dole F 3-1 

135 (Swimming)— Adapted Activities.. 3f ;! 1 Tifft W B 

302 Org. & Adm. of P. E 2 3 DeShaw F 1-1 

■4&l—eurrent Problems in Health & P. E. 3 3 DeShaw F 1-1 

431 Adm. of Athletics 6 3 DeShaw F 5-1 



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HEALTH EDUCATION 

SECOND TERM 

105 School & Community Hygiene 1 

225 Safety Ed. & First Aid 6 

331G Prevention & Care of Athletic In- 
juries 2 



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fl"! 



Porter F-3-1 

Jorgensen F-5-1 



Porter 



F-5-1 



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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Catalogue 

No. Title Period 

2 Fund, of Rhythms 4 

41 Tumbling 5 

121 Advanced Tennis 7 

136 Adapted Activities 2 

245 P. E. for El. Schools : 5 

411 Public School Curriculum in P. E. 3 

451 Scientific Basis for P. E — 4 



Qr.Hrs. 



Room 



reclit Teacher 


No. 


1 Stallings 


WB 


1 Porter 


W B 


1 Stallings 


WB 


1 Stallings 


W B 


3 Stallings 


F-3-1 


3 Jorgensen 


F-5-1 


3 Jorgensen 


F-3-1 



HOME ECONOMICS FLANAGAN BUILDING 

FIRST TERM .- ^0^^^^^ 

Catalogue ' Qr.Hrs. Room 

No. Title Period Credit Teacher No. 

8 Textiles .?-^, M-W-2, 3 ! 4 Gaut Tex. Lab. 

105 Nutrition 1 3 Strawn F-7-1 

115 Costume Design 1, T-Th., 2 3 Gaut F-8-1 

128 House Furnishings ___........ 7 3 Gaut F-8-1 

204 Home Nursing 3, W-F 4-5 3 Strawn F-7-1 

226 Consumer Education -2 3 Strawn F-7-1 

SECOND TERM 

230 Child Development 3 3 Bloxton F-7-1 

319a Home Management House 6 wks. 3 Bloxton F-7-1 

319b Home Management House 6 wks. 3 Bloxton F-7-1 



INDUSTRIAL ARTS 

FIRST TERM 
Catalogue 

No. Title Period 
1 General Shop 1-2 

223 Methods in Industrial Arts 3 

245 Ind. Arts for Elementary Teachers 6-7 

SECOND TERM 

121 Woodworking 1-2 

140 Industrial Design 3 

158 Machine Shop Practice -._-_■ 6-7 



FLANAGAN BUILDING 



Qr.Hrs. 

Credit Teacher 

3 Bing 

3 Bing 

3 Bing 



Room 

No. 
FB-15 
FB-15 
FB-15 



3 


Powell 


FB-15 


3 


Powell 


FB-15 


3 


Powell 


FB-15 



SUMMER SCHOOL SESSION 



17 



LIBRARY SCIENCE 

FIRST TERM 

Catalogue 

No. Title Period 

201 School Library Adm. 2 

203 School Library Adm 3 

218 Book Selection 7 

322 Observa. and Sch. Lib. Prac. 

Hours to be arranged 

401 Reference and Bibliography 4 

431 Cataloging and Classification 5 

SECOND TERM 

202 School Library Adm. _ 1 

220 Book Selection (Elem.) 2 

222 Book Selection (H.S.) 4 

303 School Lib. Refer. Mat. 2-5 

402 Reference & Biblio. _.... 3 

432 Cataloging & Classif. 7 



LIBRARY 

Qr.TIra. Room 

Credit Teacher No. 

3 Smiley Library 

3 Walker Library 

3 Walker Library 

5 Smiley Library 
3 Smiley Library 
3 Walker Library 



3 


Smiley 


Library 


3 


Walker 


Library 


3 


Walker 


Library 


3 


Smiley 


Library 


3 


Smiley 


Library 


3 


Walker 


Library 



MATHEMATICS 

FIRST TERM 
Catalogue 
No. Title Period 

46 General College Mathematics 3 

59 Solid Geometry 4 

272 Field Work in Mathematics 1 

Lab, 7:00 A.M. twice each week. 

300G Intro, to Graduate Math._ 2 

471 Modern Algebra 5 

SECOND TERM 

47 General College Mathematics 2 

255 Mathematics of Finance 1 

422 Advanced Calculus — 4 



AUSTIN BUILDING 



Qr.Hrs. 
Credit 

3 

3 

3 



Teacher 
Caldwell 
Caldwell 
Caldwell 

Reynolds 
Reynolds 



3 Scott 
3 Scott 
3 Scott 



Room 
No. 
A-126 
A-126 
A-126 

A-125 
A-125 



A-125 
A-125 
A-125 



MUSIC EDUCATION 

FIRST TERM 
Catalogue 
No. Title Period 

10 Theory for Elem. Teachers 1 

30a Piano (Hours to be Arranged) 

32a Voice (Hours to be Arranged) 

102 Materials for Prim. & Grammar 

Grades __ 4 

206 Music Appreciation 3 



AUSTIN BUILDING 



Qr.Hrs. 
Credit 



Teacher 



Willmann 
R. Carter 



Willmann 
Willmann 



Room 

No. 

A-123 



A-123 
A-123 



18 



EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS COLLEGE 



SECOND TERM 
Catalogue 
No. Title Period 

10 Theory foi^ Elem. Teachers 1 

30a Piano (Hours to be Arranged) 

202 Music Ed. in Primary Grades 4 

206 Music Appreciation _- 3 



Qr.Hrs. 

Cy^edit 



Teacher 

H. Carter 
Perry 
H. Carter 
H. Carter 



Roovi 
No. 

A-123 



A-123 
A-123 



PSYCHOLOGY 

FIRST TERM 
Catalogue 
No. Title Period 

103 General Psychology .. 6 

205 Educational Psychology 4 

340G Psychology of Adolescence 5 

370G Mental Hygiene in the School 1 

415 Psychological Testing 3 

421 Social Psychology 1 

440 Applied Psychology 4 

SECOND TERM 

103 General Psychology 3 

205 Educational Psychology 7 

308 Psychology of Elem. Education 4 



GRAHAM BUILDING 



Qr.Hrs. 


Room 


Credit Teacher 


No. 


3 Adams 


G-103 


3 Adams 


G-103 


3 Haynes 


G-202 


3 Taylor 


G-303 


3 Taylor 


G-303 


3 Adams 


G-103 


3 Haynes 


G-202 



3 


Shields 


G-103 


3 


Shields 


G-103 


3 


Shields 


G-103 



SCIENCE FLANAGAN BUI 

FIRST TERM 

Catalogue Qr.Hrs. 

No. Title Period Credit Teacher 

34 General Biology 1, 2 4 Wilton 

71 General Science 3 3 Scruggs 

72 General Science 5 3 Scruggs 

125 General Physics 4 T7,8,9 i Reynolds 

207 Organic Chemistry 1,2 4 Scruggs 

330G Heredity 3, 4 4 Wilton 

455 Experimental Eval. in Sci 2 3 Reynolds 

SECOND TERM 

35 General Biology __ 1,2 4 Rice 

36 General Biology 3, 4 4 Rice 

73 General Science 3 3 Jones 

126 General Physics 1;T 6,7,8,9 4 Derrick 

127 General Physics 3; Th 6,7,8,9 4 Derrick 

420a Investigations in Elem. Sci 4 3 Jones 



LDiNG 

Room 
No. 

F-5-2 
F-4-2 
F-4-2 
F-3-2 
F-4-2 
F-5-2 
F-3-2 



F-5-2 
F-5-2 
F-2-2 
F-4-2 
F-4-2 
F-2-2 



SUMMER SCHOOL SESSION 



19 



SOCIAL STUDIES 

FIRST TERM 

Catalogue 

No. Title Period 

Econ. 101 Principles of Economics- 1 

Econ. 201 Money and Banking __ 3 

Econ. 301 Business Organization 4 

Gov. 1 American Government 3 

Gov. 302 N. C. Government 6 

Hist. 10 Amer. Hist, to 1783 5 

Hist. 11 Amer. Hist. 1783-1865 6 

Hist. 114 Medieval History 3 

Hist. 209 Econ. Hist, of U. S. Since 

1860 - 1 

Hist. 216 Modern Europe 4 

Hist. 219 Hist, of Eng. After 1603 5 

Hist. 310G Sectionalism in U. S 7 

Hist. 327 Revolutionary Period — Eu- 
rope - 2 

Hist. 440 European Nationalism 2 

Hist. 455 N. C. Soc. History 4 

Soc. 100 Introduction to Sociology.... 7 

Soc. 202 Social Problems .- 4 

Soc. 204 Social Anthropology 3 

Soc. 305G The Family 4 

SECOND TERM 

Econ. 103 Principles of Economics 1 

Gov. 1 American Government 2 

Gov. 201 Party Politics 4 

Gov. 210 Municipal Government 5 

Hist. 10 Amer. Hist, to 1783..... 3 

Hist. 12 Amer. Hist. Since 1865 4 

Hist. 113 Ancient History _. 5 

Hist. 115 Modern Europe 2 

Hist. 208 Econ. Hist, of U. S. to 1860.. 7 

Hist. 218 Eng. Hist, to 1603 2 

Hist. 317 Latin America 6 

Hist. 300G Revolution & Counter-Rev 3 

Hist. 407 Civil War .-.. 6 

Hist. 412 Formation of Union 1 

Soc. 101 Rural Sociology - 3 



AUSTIN BUILDING 



Qy.IIrs. 

Credit Teacher 


Room 
No. 


3 


Flanagan 


A-23 


3 
3 
3 
3 


Flanagan 
Flanagan 
Clay 
Murray 


A-23 

A-23 

A-211 

A-114 


3 


Wicker 


A-113 


3 
3 


Clay 
Wicker 


A-211 
A-113 


3 


Johnson 


A-224 


3 


Johnson 


A-224 


3 


Johnson 


A-224 


3 


Clay 


A-211 


3 


Wicker 


A-113 


3 
3 
3 


Murray 
Murray 
Toll 


A-114 
A-114 
A-226 


3 


Toll 


A-226 


3 


Toll 


A-226 


3 


Finck 


F-1-2 



3 


Frank 


A-224 


3 


George 


A-114 


3 


George 


A-114 


3 


George 


A-114 


3 


Frank 


A-224 


3 


Frank 


A-224 


3 


Miss Hollar 


A-226 


3 


Miss Hollar 


A-226 


3 


Miss Hollar 


A-226 


3 


Hollar 


A-15 


3 


Hollar 


A-15 


3 


Hilldrup 


A-23 


3 


Hilldrup 


A-23 


3 


Hilldrup 


A-23 


3 


Hollar 


A-15 



20 EAST CAROLIXA TEACHERS COLLEGE 

RESOURCE-USE EDUCATION WORKSHOP 

Education 365Ga, h,^ 

This course is under the direction of the Education Department 
and Science Department. The course will be in session three hours 
daily during the second term of the summer session and will carry nino yO-' 
quarter hours credit. 

The workshop will be concerned primarily with the following ac- 
tivities: 

1. How to analyze your community. 

2. How to plan and develop programs of community action. 

3. How to plan and operate a workshop. 

4. How to use sociodrama and small group techniques. 

5. How to evaluate a resource-use program. 

6. How non-school agencies and schools can work together. 

WORKSI^OP IN SUPERVISION 

Education 484b. 

This course is under the direction of the Education Department and 
will be taught by the staff. The course will be in session three hours 
daily from Jt^y^JTto July 1'4 and will carry three quarter hours credit. 

'yi'^yjL i i' . ■ ' :> , j 

The workshop will be concerned primarily with the following activi- 
ties: 

1. Planning supervisory programs. 

2. Testing. 

3. Directed observation. 

4. Reading. 

0. Special education. "V^^ 

6. Public relations. ^-' 

7. Group dynamics. P 

8. Evaluation. 



SUMMER SCHOOL SESSION 21 

FACULTY 

John D. Messick, Ph.B., Ph.D., Lit.D President 

Leo W. Jenkins, B.S., M.A., D. Ed., Dean Director of Summer School 

J. K. Long, A.B., M.A., Ph.D Registrar 

Carl L. Adams, A.B., M.A., Ph.D Psychology 

Kenneth L. Bing, A.B., M.A., Ed.D Industrial Arts 

ejaide E. Blo:3^ton, B.S.,, M.S Home Economics 

K .R.'^Vowning,~^;xt.S.', A.B., M.Ed., D.Ed Business Education 

Ellen' kT Caldwell, A.B., M.A Mathematics 

Xorman Cameron, B.S., M.A Business Education 

Herbert L. Carter, B.Mus.Ed., M.A Music 

Robert Carter, B.S., M.A Music 

SofaT'-C^rlo't',' '^i:r iVfATrr. ' Art 



1^^. 



..—Howard piay, A.B., M.A Social Studies 

J. B. Cummings, BTS., M.A Geography 

J. 0. Derrick, B.A., M.S Science 

Charles G. DeShaw, B.S., Ed.M., Ph.D Health and Physical Education 

,a>ijyilliam E. Dole, B.S., M.A Health and Physical Education 

E'.^M. Finck,'Litt.G., M.A., Ph.D Education 

Beecher Flanagan, B.Ped., B.S., M.A., Ph.D Social Studies 

Mary Sue Fonville, A.B., M.A Education 

A. D. Frank, B.S., M.A., Ph.D Social Studies 

Frank G. Fuller, B.S., M.A . Education 

Lilah R. Gaut, B.S., M.A Home Economics 

John J. (George, B.A., M.A., Ph.D Social Studies 

■ Mary H.. -Greene, B.A., M.A English 

""- H. C. Haynete, A.B., L.L.B., M.A., Ph.D Education 

Robert Leroy Hilldrup, A.B., M.A., Ph.D Social Studies 

Dorothy Hollar, A.B., M.A Social Studies 

E^a HoUar^B.S., M.A Social Studies 

Emma LJ^'ooper, B.A., M.A English 

— W. W. Howell, A.B., M.A Business Education 

Allan S. Hurlburt, A.B., A.M., Ph.D Education 

Mildred Johnson, A.B., M.A Social Studies 

Harold C. Jones, A.B., M.A., Ph.D Science 

— Nephi M. Jorgensen, B.S., M.S., Ph.D Health and Physical Education 

-'—F rancpR Peele Lamb, A.B., M.A Geography 

p Georje Martin, B.A., M.A., Ph.D Geography 

•^^aiil ^lui ray. Ph.B., M.A., Ph.D Social Studies 



r> 



22 EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS COLLEGE 

Francis Lee Neel, B.S., M.A . , Art 

J. L. Oppelt, A.B., M.A., Ph.D Education 

Dorothy W. Perkins, B.S., M.S Education 

George Perry, B.Mus., M.Mus Music 

P. W. Picklesimer, B. Ped., B.S., M.A., Ph.D.____. Geograpliy 

Martha M. Pingel,,B.A., M.A., Ph.D : English 

Howard G. Porter, A.B., M.A Health and Physical Education 

M. N. Posey, A.B., M.A., Ph.D English 

Paul Powell, B.S., M.S Industrial Arts 

Charles W. Reynolds, A.B., M.A., Ph.D Science 

John 0. Reynolds, B.S., M.A., Ph.D Mathematics 

Lucile Rice, A.B., M.A Science 

Edward J. Rutau, A.B., A.M English 

P. C. Scott, A.B., M.S., Ph.D Mathematics 

C. A. Scruggs, B.A., M.A Science 

0. L. Shields, A.B., M.A : Psychology 

W. W. Smiley, A.B., M.A Library Science 

Nell Stallings, B.S., M.A Health and Physical Education 

Alice Strawn, B.S., M.A Home Economics 

Hazel Taylor, A.B., M.A., Ph.D Director of Testing 

Margaret Ann Tifft, B.S., M.A Health and Physical Education 

Paul A. Toll, A.B., M.A., Ph.D Social Studies 

Lucile Turner, B.A., M.A., Ph.D English 

Elizabeth Walker, A.B., M.A Library Science 

Worth Wicker, Ph.B., M.A Social Studies 

Dorothy L. Wilkerson, A.B., M.A Business Education 

Rudolph Willmann, B.A., Ph.D Music 

Christine Wilton, B.S., M.S., Ph.D _Science 



TRASNSNG SCHOOL 

Anne L. Redwine, A.B., M.A First Grade 

Christine Johnson, A.B., M.A., Second Grade 

Louise Galphin, A.B., M.Ed Third and Fourth Grades 

Elsie Eagan, A.B., M.A Fifth and Sixth Grades 

Frances Wahl, B.S., M.A Seventh Grade and Principal