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Shaughnessy, M.

Overview
Works: 17 works in 17 publications in 1 language and 43 library holdings
Roles: Editor, Author
Classifications: QA11, 510.71
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by M Shaughnessy
1964 December Edition of the Gong : the Gong, Vol. 37, No. 2 by M Webster( )

1 edition published in 1964 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This edition of the Gong includes articles on the following titles: The Gong Pg. 1 "President's Dinner Precedes Holidays: Carolers Will Sing" "SUCCESS" "Seniors Named to Appear in Who's Who For Outstanding Leadership, Scholarship" "St. John's to Join. Maryville in Concert" "Assistant General Visits Maryville First" "Classics Contests Offer $25 Awards" "Student Volunteer-Plan Begins in Inner-City" "Welsh Poet's Play Will Open Tonight" Pg. 2 "Students Could Help In Policy Planning" "Gas Light Square Opens A Window For Dialogue" "Diplomat Among Warriors Filled His Role Admirably" "Mall Talk" "All God's Seasons Are Good" Pg. 3 "T.S. Eliot, Lincoln Midwest Greats, Says R. Sencourt" "First Grandmother-Graduate Does Homework With Children" "Conventions Draw President, Faculty" "K. A. Porter's Personality Holds Listeners Spellbound" "Betty Puts Creative Ideas Into Action" Pg. 4 "Malaysian Ambassador Optimistic; Sees Democratic Future for Asia" "Senior to Go on Air In Folklore Program" "Rodney Winfield Finds Artistic Creation Demands Complete Spiritual Involvement" "ACE Gives Tea for Teachers; Clubs on Campus Reorganized" "Lund-Wickersham Vows Begin Winter Weddings" "Sports Briefs" Alumnae News Supplement Pg. 1 "'64 Graduates Are Versatile People" "Weddings" "Maryville Represented" "RIP" "TV Career Girl" "Club Groups Working Full Time" "Calendar" Pg. 2 "People You Know" "Babies."
1965 April Edition of the Gong : the Gong, Vol. 37, No. 4 by N Stamps( )

1 edition published in 1965 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This edition of the Gong includes articles on the following titles: The Gong Pg. 1 "DES Inducts 6 Maryville Seniors; Dr. Chakravarty Gives Address" "Rose-Ann Alderson Will Head Student Officers Next Year" "AAUW Discusses War on Poverty At April Meeting" "Open Oral Exam Ends Great Books Seminar" "Leading Catechists to Talk On Impact of 'De Ecclesia'" "Ann Perry Wins Alumnae Contest" "College Will Host Initiation Banquet For Math Society" "Air Cooling to Help Classes Next Summer" Pg. 2 "Mall Talk" "Have You Read" "Spring Is a Sudden Poem" "Behind-the-Scene Leader Takes Full Schedule, Honors in Stride" "Selma a Symbol Of Our Solidarity" "Appreciative Students Thank Mother Happy" Pg. 3 "Mother Barrett Of Commission Relates Workings on Human Rights" "Mother Hellmuth Comes To College as Treasurer" "Senior Will Address Academy of Science" "Alumna, Faculty, Students' Art Concludes Show" "Maryville's First Mother-Daughter Team Finds College Life Exacting, Challenging" "German Biographer Describes Life Of Courageous Resister to Nazis" "Literary Magazine Publishes 3 Arts" "Father Luke Accents Liturgy in Retreat" Pg. 4 "Mother Kathryn Sullivan Emphasizes Permanence, Change in Old Testament" "Joint Glee Clubs Give Pop Concert in Mall" "Cast Prepares Off-Broadway Hit, Musical Drama 'The Fantisticks'" "Rev. Mother Benziger Visits Area Convents" "Faculty, Students March for Rights" "Horse Show, May 16, Features Bridlespur Hunt, C.B.C. Band" "Year book Undergoes Change in Production" "Basketball Varsity Finally Triumphs" Alumnae News Supplement Pg. 1 "53rd Annual Meeting and Luncheon of the Maryville College Alumnae" "Out-of-Town Alumnae Returning for Reunion Classes Have Many Changes Awaiting Them" "Club Groups Active Across Country" "Alumnae Spotlight" "1965 Fund Drive Already Success" "WEDDINGS" "Alumnae Represented At Convocations" Pg. 2 "People You Know" "From Maryville's Memory Book" "R.l.P." "Traveler Recounts Amusing Adventure" "Babies."
1963 April Edition of the Gong : the Gong, Vol. 35, No. 4 by M Steinlage( )

1 edition published in 1963 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This edition of the Gong includes articles on the following titles: The Gong Pg.1 "Juniors' Weekend of Surprises Imports Hawaiian Spirit, Mood" "8 Courses Scheduled For Summer Session" "Gifted Local Pianist To Give May Recital" "Math Major Wins Writing Contest" "Exam on Great Books Open to Public May 7" "90 Religious Will Be Guests of Maryville During NCEA Convention, Easter Week" "Ex-Editor Earns Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Grant" "Student Government Posts Filled in Recent Elections" "'Majority of One' Will Close Season" Pg. 2 "Creative Breeze Blows Through Campus Brains" "Author Offers Realistic Solutions To Problems of American Youth" "It's Nice to Have a Few Men Around--Even on the Other Side of the Desk" "Mall Talk" "Spring Tryouts" Pg. 3 "'Round the Campus' Editors Put Life, Humor in Weekly" "Clever Class Club Clicks on Campus" "Phillip J. Scharper Discusses Laity's Role As Priests" "Art Gives New Look To Literary Magazine" "Music Director Uses Math To Teach IBM to Compose" Pg. 4 "Tour of Rehabilitated Area Is Enlightening Experience" "NSC Conference In Washington Draws Delegates" "New Testament Reveals Personality of Church, Says Rev. David Stanley at Scripture Institute" "New Editors, Staff Prepare Supplement" "Council's Program Proves Efficient" "May Art Exhibit Displays Sculpture By Kent Addison" "Professor-Poet Gives Reading of His Poems" Alumnae News Supplement Pg. 1 "Lay Apostles Tell Assembly About Work" "Maryville Remembered In Will of Alumna" "Prayers and Condolences to:" "PhD Dissertation Studies Americans Making Decisions" "Executive Board Host to Academy Alumnae Officers; 'Unity' Discussed" "'63 Funds Report Progress" € € € €-"200 Alumnae Solicit in Area" € € € €-"College Benefits From Joint Drive" "The Maryville Family" Pg. 2 "News of the Classes ... Far and Near" "Scholarships From Space!"
1964 March Edition of the Gong : the Gong, Vol. 36, No. 3 by K Yoch( )

1 edition published in 1964 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This edition of the Gong includes articles on the following titles: The Gong Pg. 1 "Genny Lee Dodge Wins $25 Award In Essay Contest" "Rev. Francis Filas Leads Seminar On Sacred Heart" "Noted French Philosopher Will Speak, April 30, On Jesuit Anthropologist Teilhard de Chardin" "College Will Honor Groups of Donors" "Mothers to Join Fathers At Traditional Banquet" "College Sponsors April Horse Show" "Betty Chopin to Be President" Pg. 2 "Society's Education Helped City Advance" "Come Right On In - The Water's Fine" "Student Glee Club Director Thrives on Sounds of Music" "Mall Talk" "Book Reveals Complexity Of Controversial figure" Pg. 3 "Dynamic Social Worker Dr. Mathews Will Leave Maryville to Do Research" "New Sodality Admissions System Stresses Aspirant's Own Decision" "Guests Contribute Magazine Articles" "Donor of Annual Prize Plans to Sing Abroad" "Bakers, Knitters Share Talent With Culturally Underprivileged" "3 New on Faculty For Spring Term" "Science Book Awards Go to Best Students" Pg. 4 "Actors Bring 'Ibsen's Hedda' to Life" "NCCJ Has Dialogue On Church and State" "Remedies, Ladders, Witches Provide Study Interest for Folk Lore Class" "Scripture Scholar Emphasizes Importance of Ancient Credos" "Top 20 Students Make Dean's List" "College Glee Clubs Give Dinner Concert" Alumnae News Supplement Pg. 1 "Workshop Held For 1964 Fund" "GULF OIL GRANT RAISED TO $2031" "Recent Drama Majors Complete M.A. Work" "Religious News" "MaryviIle Represented At Inauguration" "Alumnae Spotlight" "Alumnae Families In Other Lands" Pg. 2 "22% of 1963 Seniors Attend Grad School" "Dean Carter Wins Sculpture Honors and Acclaim" "People You Know" "RIP" Pg. 3 "Babies" "CLUB NEWS" "Alumnae Office Installs New Addressograph" "Alumnae Son Ordained" "Bridge Roundelay?" "People You Know" Pg. 4 "People You Know" "Weddings" "Questions You Ask" "Days of Recollection For Young Alumnae."
1964 May Edition of the Gong : the Gong, Vol. 36, No. 4 by K Yoch( )

1 edition published in 1964 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This edition of the Gong includes articles on the following titles: The Gong Pg. 1 "College to Honor St. Louis Leaders At Convocation" "Ann Kimble Will Edit Next Year's 'Gong'" "Seniors Put Away Romantic Fantasies, Settle Down to Graduate Work, Careers" "Mother P. Barrett To Study in Tokyo" "Mother Padberg to Get Ph. D." "59 Graduates To Get Hoods. From Cardinal" "Latest Elections Complete Council" Pg. 2 "Senior Exemplifies 'New Generation'" "Muse Musing" "They Also Serve ..." "The Hour Is Late, The Urgency Great" Pg. 3 "French Jesuit Theologian Explains Teilhard's Theory" "Old Vic Player Gives Reading of Hopkins" "Math Professor Found Family Mansion Spooky" "Sentimental Journey 'Home' Recalls Old Maryville Past" Pg. 4 "Parent Gives Pitch 'n Putt 3-Hole Course" "Many Fields Claim Faculty Interests" "Riders, Competitors Excel in Horseshow" "Ancient Chinese Play Ends Drama Season" "Student of Sculpture Works in Clay, Steel" "Students Win Scholarships, Art Awards" Alumnae News Supplement Pg. 1 "52nd Meeting Well Attended" "JUNE 30 DEADLINE" "Class of 1914 Celebrates 50-Year Reunion" "Maryville Points With Pride ..." Pg. 2 "Babies" "People You Know" "5-Year Reunion Classes Success" "Weddings" "Letter to '49ers" Pg. 3 "Peace Corps Worker Describes Experiences In Ethiopian Hospital" "People You Know ..." "Club News" "RIP" Pg. 4 "Babies" "Alumnae Active In Literary World" "Students Tip Hats" "Grandmothers and Barat Hall First Communicants."
1962 October Edition of the Gong : the Gong, Vol. 35, No. 1 by V Willman( )

1 edition published in 1962 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This edition of the Gong includes articles on the following titles: The Gong Pg. 1 "Children of Mary Give Workshop For Student Body" "Gratitude Follows Rev. Mother Lamy" "Ecumenical Year Increases Obligation of Excellence, Says College President" "Dedication of Dowling Memorial Library To Bring Noted Speakers to St. Louis" "Rev. Mother Stanley Superior At Maryville; Faculty Adds 11" "College Club Sponsors Bridge Party, Oct. 27" "Distinguished Scholars Give Honors Seminar" Pg. 2 "Success of Council Depends on Laity" "Ole Miss Muffs On Human Rights" "Five Original Art Objects Made Specially for College" "Mall Talk" "Best-Selling Biography Reveals Michelangelo's Multiform Genius" Pg. 3 "Scared? Perhaps, But Not for Long, Says Sue of Summer in Germany" "Fr. Ong, S.J., Speaks At CCICA Meeting" "Student Council Aims at Responsibility for All" "New Editors Direct College Publications" "Gay Yankee President Manifests Happy Blend of East, South Traits" "Students Honor Golden Jubilarian With 'Marriage of St. Francis'" "Personnel Women, Counselors Meet" "Alumnae Group Plan Sophomore Barbeque" "Kent Addison Speaks On Contemporary Art" Pg. 4 "Conventions Probe Necessity For Community Awareness" "Fall Program Opens With 8 New Courses" "Woman's Role to Form Other Christs, Says Theologian" "St. Louis Craftsmen Present Art Exhibit" "Brilliant Colors, Modern Furnishings Accent New Offices, Rumpus Room" "Faculty Changes" "Reading Plays Newest Trend On Fall Stage" "New Riding Program Attracts Enthusiasts" "President's Address" Alumnae News Supplement Pg. 1 "R.I.P." "News of People You Should Know" "Weddings" "Religious News" Pg. 2 "Babies--Boys" "Babies--Girls."
1962 February Edition of the Gon : the Gong, Vol. 34, No. 3 by K Yoch( )

1 edition published in 1962 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This edition of the Gong includes articles on the following titles: The Gong Pg. 1 "Noted Passionist Will Speak Here On Biblical Study" "Semester Brings New Instructors" "2 Student Retreats Schedules for March" "Notre Dame, Maryville Glee Clubs Offer Joint Concert at Villa Tomorrow Night" "Corporations Help Drive for Funds" Gala Weekend Promises Fun With Parents" "Catholic Colleges Plan Program Co-ordination" "Sodality Sponsors 'Project Love', Makes First Communion Dresses" Pg. 2 "Goldwater at Low Ebb in College Poll" "Constitutional Amendments Will Stabilize Government" "Aggression or Liberation?--Goan Views Nehru Policies" "Mall Talk" "How Did You Like "Franny and Zooey"" "The Gong Staff" Pg. 3 "Brazilian Missionary Sends Suggestions To Lay Volunteers for Latin America" "General Office Plays Do-It-All Roles for College Paper Work" ""They're Slow, But Very Lovable," Says Student Teach Mary Kay" "Kenya Students ..." "ACCW Workshop Held at Maryville" "College Club to Have Day of Recollection" Pg. 4 "Dom Columba Speaks Here on Socialism" "Mardi Gras Fete Will Help Finance College Yearbook" "Theater Group Traces Drama Development" "Family Spirit From General Co-operation Best Value of Concert, Says Director" "Varsity Schedules 2 B-Ball Games With Area Teams" "African Bishop of Most Recent RSCJ Mission Says Money to Educate Priests Is Chief Need" "Maryville to Begin CCD Instructions" Alumnae News Supplement Pg. 1 "2 Alumnae in South America" "Religious News" "Weddings" "Alumnae Family Receive Honors" "R.I.P" "Maryville Calendar" "DES Elects New Officers, Discusses American Culture" Pg. 2 "People You Know ..." "Alumnae News Supplement Staff" Pg. 3 "People You Know ..." (Continued) "3 Alumnae Speak To Student Body At Assembly" Pg. 4 "The Alumnae Office" "Baby Girls" "Baby Boys" "Many Thanks ..." "The Desloges in Merrie Olde Middlesex" "If anyone has any information on the following alumnae, please send it in ..."
1965 February Edition of the Gong : the Gong, Vol. 37, No. 3 by E Volkerding( )

1 edition published in 1965 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This edition of the Gong includes articles on the following titles: The Gong Pg. 1 "Scripture Scholar Mother K. Sullivan Will Talk on History, Religion in Israel" "Selections for Concert Range From Folk to Classical Music" "Maryville Nuns Back "Sister-Sharing Group" "L. M. Blumenthal To Give 3 Talks On Mathematics" "4 City Colleges Sponsor Claudel by Paris Players" "Banquet at Chase Welcomes Parents" "Father Dowling Library Receives $1000 Grant" Pg. 2 "Small Prejudices Deny Brotherhood" "Dante Centenary Proves Poet Man for Our Age" "Modern Authors Give Up Belief in Human Heroism" "Mall Talk" Pg. 3 "Influence of Intelligentsia Brings Orthodox Renewal, Says Zernov" "Students Schedule Elections in March" "Delegates Represent S. Africa at MMUN" "Psychology Instructor Joins Maryville Faculty" "NEWS BRIEFS" "Rose-Ann Finds College Politics Challenge For Present, Preparation for Future" "Freshmen Choose St. Louisan To Head Officers This Year" "Seminars Examine Students' Values" "ENROLLMENT" Pg. 4 "Student Workers Tutor Needy Children" "Financial Experts Conduct Seminar" "Concert Program" "E. Volkerding Heads Dean's List With 'A'" "Skiing, Ice-Skating Lure Sports Fans" "Wife of Dramatics Instructor Stages 'Diary of Anne Frank'" "SEMINAR" "Dr. Marin Marty Will Lecture Here" Alumnae News Supplement Pg. 1 "Representatives at First Annual Workshop Enthusiastic Over Program" "'Sound of Music' Premiere to Benefit Shrine" "World Conference to Meet in Brussels" Pg. 2 "Weddings" "Composers at Festival Hear 'Patriotic Fugue'" "Alumnae Attend Forum" "Religious News" "PEOPLE YOU KNOW" "Lay Volunteers Like the Life" Pg. 3 "Maryville Family Expands" "People You Know" "R.I.P." "1963 AMERICAN ALUMNI COUNCIL REPORT" "Maryville Annual Giving" "Women's Colleges in the St. Louis Area" "Average Annual Gifts" Pg. 4 "More Alumnae Relatives" "People You Know" "Babies."
1963 December Edition of the Gong : the Gong, Vol. 36, No. 2 by E Volkerding( )

1 edition published in 1963 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This edition of the Gong includes articles on the following titles: The Gong Pg. 1 "This Way to Bethlehem" "7 Maryville Students Rate Inclusion In 'Who's Who in American Colleges'" "Architects of Priory Plan College Campus" "ICCS to Sponsor Honors Meeting For St. Louis Area" "Christmas Banquet To Begin Holidays" "T.S. Elliot's Plan On Martyr Bishop To Open Tonight" "Contest to Honor Mother L. Keyes" "Dom Columba to Lead Panel on Vatican II" Pg.2 "Is Freedom Worth Responsibility Risk?" "Exam Worry? Why Bother? Here Are Guides to Help" "Mall Talk" "'Pooh Perplex' Perplexes Professional Poohologists" Pg. 3 "French Drama Critic Explains New Theater of the Absurd" "Maryville Becomes AAUW Member" "Senior Presents Profile in Courage" "Her Legacy--An Example of Nobility" "Discussion Class Polls Opinions On Student Attendance at Lectures" Pg. 4 "Maryville to Host 30 Noted Scholars Of Liturgy Board" "Elliot's Play" "Seminar Correlates Teaching Experience" "Wedding Bells, Honors on Faculty Slate" "NF Regional Congress To Meet Here Feb. 16" "11 Achieve B+ Average, Make Up Dean's List" "Julie Chopin Is President Of Freshmen" "Teachers Attend Language Meeting" "Feast Wishes Honor Rev. Mother Stanley" Alumnae News Pg. 1 "AAUW Forum" "Rev. Mother to Visit" "D.E.S. Elects Officers" "1964 Fund Under Way" "Grads Invited to Join AAUW" "Religious News" "RIP" "Alumnae Spotlight" "Represents Maryville" "Weddings" Pg. 2 "People You Know" "Babies" "New Students."
1964 October Edition of the Gong : the Gong, Vol. 37, No. 1 by K Yoch( )

1 edition published in 1964 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This edition of the Gong includes articles on the following titles: The Gong Pg. 1 "Superior Vicar, New President Head Changes" "College President Proposes Goal Of Excellence" "Dormitory Bursting at Seams With 240; Enrollment of 404 Includes Foreign Girls" "Country Store to Be Distinguishing Feature Of Card Party Nov. 7" "Greek Play Opens On Hillside Stage" "Mother General Invited To Be Council Observer" "K. A. Porter Will Give Talk At Assembly" Pg. 2 "True Commitment-Just What Is It?" "Changes at Maryville Leave Sense of Loss" "Experiment Teaches Senior Greek Idea of Family Life" "Explosion Hits Dorm - We Stick Together ..." "President Johnson Wins In College Opinion Poll" Pg. 3 "History of Local French Families Interests St. Louis Descendants" "Prom at Trader Vic's Tops Social Calendar" "Japanese Culture Impresses Mother Barrett" "Student Council Theme Defines Purpose, 'Promises to Keep, Freedom to Seek'" "Short Shorts On What's Up" "Joachim Probst Has First Exhibit In New Gallery" "New Staffs Will Edit Yearbook, Magazine" Pg. 4 "Bishop Carter, Theologians To Speak Here" "Delegate Senses Air of Political Concern" "Twenty-Fifth Honors Group Examines 'Image of Man'" "ASIS Offers American Students Summer Job Placement in Europe" "New Faculty" Alumnae News Supplement Pg. 1 "In Appreciation" "Brochure Awarded" "ALUMNAE RECEIVE GRADUATE DEGREES" "Alumnae Fund Report on the Way, Circles Include $500, $1000 Donors" "SULKIES BIG FEATURE OF FAMILY DAY" Pg. 2 "People You Know" "Babies" "RIP" Pg. 3 "To and Fro" "Weddings" "Alumnae Relatives New At Maryville This Year" "Represents Maryville At Inauguration" "Hopping Career Girl" Pg. 4 "Alumnae Relatives New At Maryville This Year."
1962 April Edition of the Gong : the Gong, Vol. 34, No. 4 by D Simoes( )

1 edition published in 1962 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This edition of the Gong includes articles on the following titles: The Gong Pg. 1 "Symposium on Devotion to Sacred Heart Offers Collegians Evening of Inspiration" "Jesuit Speaks on S. America at Induction" "New Canterbury Pilgrims to Set Out On Foot to Not-So-Distant Shrine" "Magazine to Have 3 Guest Writers" "Gail Porter Wins 2 Literary Prizes For Story, Poems" "Summer School Set For June 18-July 27" Ecumenical Council Topic of Lectures" Pg. 2 "Lenten Austerity Ends in Exsultet" "Dialogue Promotes Real Understanding" "Now That April's Here" "Mall Talk" "A Long Look Backward Reveals Like Experiences, Unlike Costs" "The Gong Staff" Pg. 3 "Award Winning Art Instructor, Sculptor Teaches and Applies Mestrovic's Method" "Ask the Place, She's Been There ... Claude's the Girl from Everywhere" "President, Deans Attend Meetings" "Jewish Woman of Achievement Explains Her Religious Beliefs" "Society's New Mission Magazine Answers Papal Call for Renewed Missionary Vigor" Pg. 4 "Dads Come From Near and Far to Dance with College Daughters" "Clubs Feature South American, Cuban Cultures; Scientist Illustrates Satellite Guidance Systems" "Workshop Reviews Current Problems" "Scripture Session Accents Gospels for Here and Now" A correction regarding Mrs. Charles Hoffer'sDegree from February Gong, 1962 Alumnae News Supplement Pg. 1 "Workshop Here Launches '62 Maryville Fund Drive" "Alumnae Spotlight"--Featuring Mrs. J Reynolds Medart (Josephine Brinckwirth '26) "Pius X Medal Given To Board Member" "Alumna Urges Support of CCD By Colleagues in Small Towns" "Alumnae Holds Lecture Series by Dr. Neill" "Maryville Calendar" "Weddings" "Babies - Girls" "Religious News" Pg. 2 "People You Know" "Husbands Leading In Purchase of Maryville Medals" "RIP" "Alumnae News Supplement Staff."
1962 December Edition of the Gong : the Gong, Vol. 35, No. 2 by K Yoch( )

1 edition published in 1962 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This edition of the Gong includes articles on the following titles: The Gong Pg. 1 "3 Faculty Members to Publish Poems, Evaluation, Biography" "Senior Class Leads Dean's Honor Roll" "Christmas Banquet, Carols, Skits to Precede Holidays" "4 Senior Achieve Distinction" "College Plans Parties In Honor of Parents" "Winfield Exhibits Visionary Painting" "Mailman Delivers Goods At Class" "Student Retreats" Pg. 2 "Double Interest Double Progress" "Advent Longing Spirit for Life" "Mommy's Face is Red" "'Music Man' Patti Strums Guitar, Teaches Children to Love Song" "Mastermind Probes Mistletoe's Potential" "The Gong Staff" "Mall Talk" "Author, Charley See Nation in 'Rocinante'" Pg. 3 "Volunteer Service at Home, Abroad Attracts Students, Alumnae" "Student Answers Need in Honduras" "Case Work, Typing, Rummage Sales Occupy Volunteer Social Workers" "Road map of Art Topic of Lecture" "Junior to Edit Gong; Present Head Retires" "College Aids Missions in Rome, Uganda, Latin America" "Future Lay Apostle Trains For Latin America Mission" "Sodality Reorganizes, Initiates Cell Groups" Pg. 4 "Club Present Guest Speakers; S.J. Deplores Social Injustice" "Noted S.J. to Discuss Aesthetics, Morality" "Priest, Laymen to Give Senior Marriage Course" "Sports Fans Find Variety in Riding, Bowling, Swimming" "Freshman to Student" "Advent Drama Marks Rev. Mother's Feast" "Freshman Officers Elected To Student Council Posts" "Murder Dominates Stage Productions" "New Yorker Revitalizes Honor Board Concepts" "Welcome to Mother Ann Emmanuel of Sion ..." Alumnae News Supplement Pg. 1 "Graduates of '92 Honored, Recall Studies in France" "Workshop Series to Aid Student Recruitment; First Meetings held" "R.I.P" "Lay Teacher needed At Sacred Heart Covent In Rio de Janeiro" "Club News" Pg. 2 "New Arrivals ..." "Saturday Classes Open to Alumnae" "Class of '62 Reports on Career, Marriage, Travel" "Letters from Foreign Missions Tell of Lay Apostles' Enthusiasm, Experiences, Reactions" "St. Louis Teacher Writes Textbook" "Weddings."
1963 October Edition of the Gong : the Gong, Vol. 36, No. 1 by K Yoch( )

1 edition published in 1963 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This edition of the Gong includes articles on the following titles:??The Gong?Pg. 1?"Nationwide Campaign Promotes Devotion to Mother Duchesne"?"Outdoor Theater To Open Oct. 13 With 'Antigone'"?"Fall Prom to Climax Activities of Season"?"Mother L. Keyes Dies At St. John's Hospital"?"Fall Term Enrollment Increases to 327; 7 New Faculty Members Join Staff"?"Professor, Author Fowlie to Lecture On French Drama"?"2 Juniors Pass Test For Honors Program"?"Responsibility Towards Others Keynotes President's Speech"??Pg. 2?"By Conviction, Not Edict - Now! A Clear Call to Us"?"N. B. Missing and Missed - Three Foundation Stones"?"Energetic Helen, Meditative Val Combine Right Balance of Executive Qualities"?"West's Best-Selling Novel Portrays Pope Facing Contemporary Problems"?"Mall Talk"??Pg. 3?"You Name Them, We Have Them -- Twins, Scholars, Foreigners on Record Roster"?"College Introduces Biblical Holy Hour"?"'Pilot Project' Answers Desire For Practice of Social Theory"?"College Club Sponsors Bridge Party, Oct. 19"?"Student Council Emphasizes Right Relationships"??Pg. 4?"National Student Congresses Spotlight Civil Rights Issues"?"New Editors, Staffs Plan Year's Work For 2 Publications"?"Sodality Stresses Love, Apostolic Work"?"Racism Destroys Mankind Says White Negro Griffin"?"Tournament Opens On 3 New Courts"?"College Buys LZ Ranch, Expands to 218 Acres"??Alumnae News Supplement?Pg. 1?Missing??Pg. 2?"People You Know"?"Alumnae Parties"?"RIP"?"Weddings"??Pg. 3?"Volunteer to Turkey"?"Alumna at Georgia Tech"?"Babies"?"New Office Director"?"People You Know"??Pg. 4?"Alumnae Relatives."
1963 March Edition of the Gong : the Gong, Vol. 35, No. 3 by V Willman( )

1 edition published in 1963 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This edition of the Gong includes articles on the following titles:??The Gong?Pg. 1?"Xavier, Maryville Will Sing In Joint Glee Club Concert"?"Editor of 'Review' To Speak to DES"?"Development Stresses Teaching Qualities"?"Father David Stanley To Talk At Workshop"?"Prior Heads List On Lecture Slate"?"Superior Vicar Resigns Office Due to Illness"?"3 Jesuits Will Conduct Symposium On Sacred Heart Devotion, March 8"??Pg. 2?"Beloved Superior Has Our Prayers"?"More Vital Laity After Vatican II"?"Sion Nun Finds New Israel Model of Fusion, Progress"?"Mall Talk"?"Hats Off ... "??Pg. 3?"Her Southern Drawl Brings in Students"?"Tom Dooley's Courageous, Dedicated Life Still Inspires in Biography by his Mother"?"Orthodox Rabbi Gives Jewish View Of Redemption at Theology Class"?"Maryville's Education Embodies Ideals of St. Madeleine Sophie"?"California Artists Show Works Here"?"Design Major Extends Apprenticeship Program"??Pg. 4?"College President Invited to Speak On NCEA Panel"?"Sheila Dodd Takes Penny Queen Title At Sophs' Mardi Gras Carnival, Dance"?"Daughters Portray Each Decade's Fads In Sprightly Skits for Moms and Dads"?"College Delegates to Represent Netherlands in Model Assembly"?"Term Abroad Pooplular; 8 at Loyola in Rome"?"NCCJ Offers Racial Seminar For 7 Colleges"?"32 Head Honor Roll; Maintain 2.7 Average"?"Joint Concert"??Alumnae News Supplement?Pg. 1?"Chairman Announces Assistants, Program for '63 Fund Drive"?"New Student Committee Reports Success"?"Priory, Maryville Will Co-Sponsor Panel on Space"?"Noblesse Oblige"?"Circle Your Maryville Calendar"?"Alumnae Spotlight"?"We Appologize"??Pg. 2?"News of Classmates You Should Know"?"RIP"?"The Faculty Recommends"?"Chicago Club Elects Officers; Southern Alumnae Organize"?"Babies"??Pg. 3?"More News of Interest From Around the World"?"Recent Graduates Report on Travels, Studies, Children"?"Weddings"?"Family Produces Two Books on Same Day; Other Work Published"??Pg. 4?"Maryville Stars Shine in Summer Stock, Professional Theatre, Schools."
Human Cognition and Information Processing Potential Problems for a Field Dependent Human Sequential Information Processor by M Shaughnessy( Book )

1 edition published in 1996 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Numerous cognitive psychologists have validated the hypothesis, originally advanced by the Russian physician, A. Luria, that different individuals process information in two distinctly different manners: simultaneously and sequentially. The importance of recognizing the existence of these two distinct styles of processing information and selecting a career suitable to one's method of processing information is illustrated by the cases of two sequential information processors who participated in training programs for nuclear power plant operators. Although both men handled serially ordered tasks very well, neither was capable of comprehending the overall structure of related tasks. Because both training programs in which the men were involved were designed for simultaneous information processors, each man failed his respective training course. One of the men chose a new career that was suitable for sequential information processors and went on to become a respected contributor in reactor engineering for a nuclear steam supplier. The other man eventually managed to obtain certification as a nuclear power plant operator by enrolling in a different training program; however, his inability to process information simultaneously eventually led to failure as a nuclear power plant operator and loss of his nuclear license. (Contains 11 references.) (MN)
Papers relating to 2nd Lieutenant W. J. Shaughnessy, 43rd Battalion by South Australian Red Cross Information Bureau( Book )

1 edition published in 1917 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Handbook of research on mathematics teaching and learning by Douglas Grouws( Book )

1 edition published in 1992 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Research in the area of mathematics education has flourished over the past two decades. The Handbook of Research on Mathematics Teaching and Learning is the most comprehensive and up-to-date survey of the best research, new developments, and critical conflicts and controversies in mathematics education. Sponsored by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and written by leading experts in the field of mathematics education, the Handbook is specifically designed to make important, vital scholarship accessible to mathematics education professors, graduate students, educational researchers, staff development directors, curriculum supervisors, and teachers. The Handbook provides a framework for understanding the evolution of the mathematics education research field against the backdrop of well-established conceptual, historical, theoretical, and methodological perspectives. It is an indispensable working tool for everyone interested in pursuing research in mathematics education as the references for each of the Handbook's twenty-nine chapters are complete resources for both current and past work in that particular area. The Handbook's twenty-nine chapters are organized into five major sections. Overview - presents a history of research in mathematics education, an analysis of how mathematics as a discipline has changed over time and how these shifts have influenced research, and a theoretical reconceptualization of one of the most crucial issues in mathematics education - the nature of understanding within the context of learning and teaching. Mathematics Teaching - includes articles on the culture of the classroom, effective teaching, teacher beliefs, classroom organization, and teacher education. Learning from Instruction - comprises chapters organized around mathematical domains that have been the focus of considerable research: additive structures; multiplicative structures; national numbers; problem solving; estimation; algebra, geometry, and spatial reasoning; probability and statistics; and proofs, limits, functions, and infinity. Critical Issues - considers such important issues in mathematics education as affect, evaluation, gender, ethnicity, and technology, while taking into account the evolution of these issues from teaching, learning, and research perspectives. Perspectives - offers viewpoints on international studies of achievement, international research, and reflections on the future of mathematics education
 
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