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    • CEDAR C1TY. UTAH 15 BUSINESS MEN'S ACTIVITY SCHOLABSIUPS During commencement week of 1953, a new program was launched to give appropriate recognition to students of unusual achievement and at the same time acknowledge publicly the generosity of...
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    • CEDAR CITY, UTAH 15 BUSINESS MEN'S ACTIVITY SCHOLARSHIPS During commencement week of 1953, a new program was launched to give appropriate recognition to students of unusual achievement and at the same time acknowledge publicly the generosity of...
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    • '· CEDAR CITY, UTAH 15 BUSINESS MEN'S ACTIVITY SCHOLARSHIPS During commencement week of 1953, a new program was launched to give appropriate recognition to students of unusual achievement and at the same time acknowledge publicly the generosity of...
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    • 90 STUDENT BODY AWARDS Student Officers: Royce Chamberlain-President Juanita Chamberlain-Vice President Afton Jolley-Secretary Valedictorians: Florence C. Matthews-Representing Bachelors in Science Steve H. Carpenter-Representing Associates in...
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    • Chester Parry .................................................................................... Carl Miller Presented by Mrs. Chester Parry K1m Jone.a, Representative JOURNALISM: Iron County Record Award...
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    • '1Jolle9e oj @Bucation (S)utstanfJinfj echolat Shea Banks CONVOCATION PROGRAM PROCESSIONAL "Pomp and Circumstance" by Edward Elgar folene Heit, Student Pianist SENIOR ADMINISTRATION REPRESENTATIVE Gregory Stauffer Vice President of Administrative...
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    • 6>olleg-e of r2iducation ®utstcmdin5 OSchtJ!ar Meghan Marie Dahl CONVOCATION PROGRAM PROCESSIONAL "Pomp and Circumstance" by Edward Elgar [olene Heit GREETINGS Dean Bruce 0. Barker INVOCATION Dr. Lee Montgomery ANNOUNCEMENT OF AWARD RECIPIENTS Dean...
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    • 'TJotle9e ot @aucation (J)ut.stanBin~ @Scholat Joan Marie Michler Jennilyn Tucker Peterson Physical Education PESTALOZZI AWARD WINNERS Jared Rindlisbacher Elementary Education JeanMarie Foy Secondary Education Cheryl Story Special Education C...
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    • Incentives for Grad Students 14 provides a social climate supportive of intellectual accomplishment. And third, it enhances the academic performance of its recipients in subsequent semesters. In the study, students who were named to the Dean’s List...
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    • EDUCATION REFORM IN AMERICA 14 television could be watched and what type of television was watched and going to the public library were found to increase academic performance for those students who were recipients of these actions. The researchers...
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    • 14 ()utotanding Scfialar Alysha Jolley () uto tctnding 1vlao ter Student Larry A. Harris 'Depa1t11zental Outstanding Studentcs Heidi Jo Heath Physical Education PESTALOZZI AWARD WINNERS Jennifer Allen Elementary Education Michael A....
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    • 14 ([}uJ:otanding Scf1alar Joan Marie Michler ([)utstandi,nty '?VlCMt:er Student Michelle Kilcrease V epartnzent:a.l Out;s tanding Stude1 it;s, Phil Heywood Tresa Reibel Physical Education PESTALOZZI AWARD WINNERS Alayna Cowan Marriott Element
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    • Program Prelude and National Anthem SUSC Wind Ensemble Professor Joseph Lamoureux, conducting Welcome President Gerald A. Sherratt Invocation Bob Wlnfleld Representing Industrial Education Outstanding Student Address Jan Jolley Representing...
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    • PROGRAM Prelude and National Anthem SUSC Wind Ensemble Professor Joseph Lamoureux, conducting Welcome President Orville D. Carnahan Invocation Cyndi Woodbury Representing Business Outstanding Student Address Wendy Humphrey Representing Family...
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    • Program Prelude and National Anthem SUSC Wind Ensemble Professor Joseph Lamoureux, conducting Welcome President Orville D. Carnahan Invocation Ronda Fay Ivins Representing Family Life Outstanding Student Address Robert Imlay Representing Industrial...
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    • Fusion 360 21 understanding and embracing the importance of technology and creating web-based interaction, a larger target audience can be reached and persuaded through global marketing due to the fact that over 80 percent of Americans use social...
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    • Testimonial videos 20 (1981) also emphasized the importance of strong arguments, “when the arguments presented in a message are inconclusive, the recipients’ thoughts are guided more by their preexisting attitudes than by the content of the...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 22 Institutional racism may be intentional or unintentional; however, it too has a damaging effect on specific targeted groups, as well as the greater society. In addition to the racial words ““nigger,” “negro,” and...

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