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;aaculty OrganzatPiP;nen, September 23, e r 'Shared governances' goal of faculty presiders i "My experience as a mem- ber of the Academic Senate for three years and with the Faculty Affairs Council for the past four years has con- vinced me that a primary goal of the Faculty Organiza- tion for the next two years should be the clarification of the concept of 'shared- governance' and to strength- en its functioning at Eastern Washington University." That was the recent state- ment issued by Eastern's new Faculty President Dr. Lula M. Schroder, professor of education, who is urging more "joint planning" with the EWU administration. She said work also will be done this year on reviewing the Merit Pay Plan that stirred an equal amount of emotion and debate this past year by faculty and administrators, alike. Presently, the faculty's Executive Committee is working out "an agreeable plan" with the administration to be presented at a later time to the Board of Trustees. Another concern, according to the new president, will be Dr. Shuck looks back Retiring from Eastern Washington University as President Emeritous was former Eastern President Dr. Emerson Shuck, professor of English. Dr. Shuck came to Eastern Washington State College in Cheney in 1967, serving through December of 1975. Since that time he taught within the English Depart- ment, while also taking on several other major tasks for the institution. One such task was serving as coordinator for a university-wide self study for reaccreditation by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges in 1978, followed by his chairing the EWU Centennial. The Centen- nial, alone, took over two years of planning, also with university-wide input. "We've found Cheney to be the best place for us," said Dr. Shuck, noting he and his wife, Sally, will continue to reside here. Also living in Cheney is one of their four children, Melin- da Nelson, and her two child- ren, and grandfather says it is a pleasure to have them close by. Dr. and Mrs. Shuck have a total of nine grand- children. iiii While also serving on the Cheney Centennial Commit- tee and helping to edit a book on Cheney's early history, which will be published this fall, Dr. Shuck noted he also may be called upon this win- ter to teach one graduate- President Emeritus Emerson Shuck carried Eastern Washing- ton University's new mace during Founder's Day ceremonies last April. The tormer university presi- dent retired from his recent teaching position with the English Department in May. ...Our fellowship is warm, friendly, committed, Bible believing and open ...Our preaching is relevant to today's needs, sensitive to con- temporary problems, yet firmly committed to Biblical answers. ...You will find the services Informal, enthusiastic and uplifting. ...We have small group Bible studies and fellowships on the campus and in the Cheney area. ...We welcome you to EWU. Pastor Bryan Arneson 299-4167 "CORNER OF GRACE & WALKER" '/ ,)')t tld'4tt 299-3139 MEOCAL LAKE WA Call for free bus from campus i that of seeking more support in the State Legislature for higher education during the next Legislative Session. "I hate to see any further cuts," she added, noting that such cuts as the elimination of the fifth and sixth grades from the Reid Lab School threaten the Cheney institution. Dr. Schroder came to East- ern in 1966. She had received her undergraduate degree in education at Eastern, which was followed by master's and doctoral work at the Univer- sity of Idaho. She and her husband, Robert, live in Che- ney and have one married daughter. Other faculty officers this year are: Wayne Hall, profes- sor of education and math, vice president; Robert Olaf- son, English professor, secre- tary; and Ted Gibbons, as- sociate professor of philo- sophy, treasurer. "I think we left things in .... reasonable shape to negotiate matters out," stated out- going president Jay Rea, uni- versity archivist, speaking of the above named issues. Dr. in time level course with the EWU English Department. In looking back over the years in Cheney, Dr. Shuck expressed sincere feelings for the school and those whom he has been associated. "I had the opportunity--and cherish the opportunity--to have come to Eastern at the time of its maturing," he said. "Those were good years, despite the student unrest, which was minor." The former president said Eastern enjoyed continued support during those years from the State of Washington and was allowed to grow. "My opportunity was to assist and participate in East- ern's 'coming-of-age', aca- demically, ,, commented Dr. Shuck. Dr. Shuck noted that he had admired Dr. H. George Fred- erickson's "skill" in "bring- ing the whole thing together." "Hopefully, we had all the foundations layed for him," Dr. Shuck concluded. 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