The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 06.10.1978, Blaðsíða 2

The White Falcon - 06.10.1978, Blaðsíða 2
Page 2 White Falcon October 6, 1978 Registration to begin Tuesday Base education offered through levels of Degrees Registration for the University of Maryland and Los Angeles Com- munity College Overseas Term II will begin Tuesday at the Navy Campus office in BOQ 638. Students may register between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday until Oct. 20 for classes which start Oct. 23 and end Dec. 15. UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND Featured classes will be Prin- ciples of Economics, an introduc- tion to the problems of unemploy- ment, inflation and economic growth. Taught by Glenn Payne, this is your opportunity to better understand monetary and fiscal policies. Government and Politics of Latin America will be taught by Paul Saxton, who is the Director of the American Cultural Center at the American Embassy. Mr. Saxton previously served in Peru, Costa Rica and Washington, DC. The Student and the University develops more efficient study skills and habits. Monica Ackermann previously taught this course in the Far East Division. Other courses offered will be: Production Management, studying the operation of a manufacturing enterprise, taught by a specialist in this area, Rene Smith. For those interested in de- veloping effective writinp skills, Expository Writing, a general education requirement, will be offered to round out the fall schedule. LACCO LACCO also highlights several courses this term: Concepts of Criminal Law, studying the histori- cal development, philosophy of law and constitutional provisions, definitions, legal research, study of case law and methodology, taught by Michael Walker. Human Relations for Supervisors is designed to develop leadership through the application of princi- ples of human relations to the problems of supervision; morale, leadership communication, group dynamics are a few of the topics to be covered by instructor Frank Harwood. Life-saving principles and procedures will be taught by Linda Ray Bauer in Emergency Medical Technician. Also offered will be: Communi- cations Electronics. Two courses for the amateur photographer include Introduction to Photography and Color Photo- graphy. Other offerings are Reading and Writing Basic Skills, Basic Chemistry, Auto Tune Up, Private Pilots' Ground School, Real Es- tate Principles and Business En- glish. The White Falcon Commanding Officer Captain Thomas J. Keene Editor and Public Affairs Officer J02 Jerry L. Foster Editorial Staff JOSA Paula Ritrovato AA Karen Mayo The White Falcon is published each Friday in accordance with NAVEXOS P-35 for distribution to U. S. military personnel, Naval Station Keflavik, Iceland, their dependents and to military and ci- vilian employees of the Iceland De- fense Force and their families. It is printed at the Naval Sta- tion Print Shop from appropriated funds. The opinions and statements made herein are not to be construed as official views of the Department of Defense or the U. S. Government. News items, questions, sugges- tions and comments may be submitted by calling the Naval Station Public Affairs Office at 4612 or by visit- ing the Naval Station Public Af- fairs Office in Bldg. T-44.

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