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SPECIAL TO THE HERALD TRIBUNE POR tJS!t TBlJ'RSDAY, 14, 1967 EDUCATIOKAL MEETINGS SCBEDUL!D 1 -68 -12/12/67 Ref.: Furman c. Arthur Two educational conferences will be held in the area in January and February as a direct result of the presente of New College. The Co111!1iss!on on Tets of the College !ntranee E:xa:sination !oard will meet at the Sarasota Motor Hotel in late February bringing a total of about 30 or 35 educators together, including such figures aa novel1at John Hersey, now aster of Pieraon College at Yale Univeraity1 Pred Rechtnger, edueation editor of !be New York Times, John w. irley, provost of the UniYersity of Delaware, and Philip H. Abelaon, Director Ceophy teal Laboratory, Carnegie Institution of Dr. Arthur R. Borden Jr., chairman of the Division of Humanities and closely associated for a nuBber of years vltb the CEIB, vae inatru.ental iu haYtna tbta conference called for thia area. Me tinR here January 18-20 at the Sheraton-Sandcaatle will be a group with tba lenAthy title of the Workina Conference on Aaaement Theory aponaored by The C011111ia1on on Aaaea ... nt of !dueatioDAl Outeoaea of the Aaaoeiatton for Supervision and Currf.culwa DeYeloptHnt
. NEW COLLEGE Paaa 2 in cooperation with the ational Inatitute of Mental Health. The sroup, in abort, ia a depart nt of the National Education Aaaociation. B rold Howe, Coll61saioner of Education of the U. s. Departaeut of Education, ia one of the tn.ited participant, mostly profaaaional educatora. Pre ident John !lendorf, vho will be one of the participant, invited th RrOup to at hera. * JRIBr NOtES R. Cecil Veater.an of Baton ia writing a biography ot the late Dr. Fillmore Sanford, chairaan of the Dtviaion of Social Sciencaa during the firat year of the college. n is lookin for in for.atlon about Dr. Sanford and aaveral meabera of th charter faculty have been contacted in this search. Another aember of the charter faculty, Hiatorian Dr. George Curry, will ba in hia ho .. over the bolidaya aud .. viait Deuaia lazar, a charter claaa graduate' nov at .w College, Oxford. Dr. Curry, now aaeociate d .. n of the Univ rsity of South Carolin alao hop.. to viait Hiatorian Arnold Toynbee while in P.nnland. and Toynbee worked cloaely toJather while both ware on the Nev Colleae ca-pua. * VlSITOt RES!AtCR!S BaieR young an4 iuaovative, Mev Colla draW8 aany viaitora tatereated is the approach to varioua educational problaaa. One with a double intereat visited the caapua recently. Col. T. N. Dupuy, exeeative director of the Hiatorical Evaluation and Reaeareb 110ra -
organization of HeLean, v ia drawing atudy to develop a research progra for the deaign developm.nt of aodarn collage librariea. Col. puy'a aroup ia atudyina the relationship of the library to the and the poasibilittea of developing it aa a total inforaation center for the eaapua. Pursuing these be .. t vtth Aaaietant Librarian J ... a DeJaraatt, Library Coamittea Chairaan Dr. Jon t. Culbertaon, eo..tttae ... bar Dr. Willard c. Humpbraye Jr., Planning Capt. Ralph E. Stylaa, and Aaatatant to the President Earl A. Hel1eaon. Col. Dupuy fa doing hia atudy alao in conjunction with the plauoed fouudlnR of Herndon Colleae in northern Virginia. Intended aa a four year, coeducational, private collage of the liberal arta aDd aciencaa, Herndon ia rrojected to ppen in a few yeara. The naae ia only tentative.