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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 31, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Page 128 Now 198r Higher Education Act topic of SWT discussion MARCOS The Higher Kdunition Act of IKtt aiul Lyndon Unities Johnson will be the fonts of discussion dm mi activities scheduled to commemorate the anniversary of the ads 711 on the Southwest Texas Slate University campus Twenty years Johnson chose the campus of his alma as the place to the historic art into The president received a haehelors decree and n permanent certficate from SWT in lie often the school and the relationships he developed while attending it helped mold his SVVTSt has not forgotten A campus liinldini he Memorial Student enter hears his as docs a San Marcos city The which today has an enrollment of more than honors its outstanding senior with the Award each two LIU Distinguished Lecture Series presentations are made annually and two Hill Country and two South Texas area students receive LIU Family Foundation Scholarships When Koherl a former aide and spcccliwnlor for became the schools seventh president on he Southwest TexasLyndon Johnson lies were still Since Har dcstys lirst IJimpse of the SWTSU campus came durini the presidential visit to sifn the Higher fvkicalioii it is inevitable that llardesty and SWT take loading roles in Hie coitunvmoration of the h anniversary of the acts alone with the Texas Guaranteed Student Loan Corporation and The Brown is spon the twoday 7 and I thai will include a hearing by the House of Hepresenlalives on Postsecondary chaired by U William Ford of Activities will also include the unveiling of a com inemralive srulpUirr selected in a natiowide the eighth Distinguished Lecture Series address by a breakfast address by Texas Mark White that will focus on higher education in Texas and a luncheon address by Hardesty on the impact of the Higher Education Keynote presentations on The Hole of tie Federal Government in Higher Education by John pi of New York Stale and Honald actin assistant secretary of posLsecondary Department of will the morning session of the hearing The afternoon session will feature by a panel of education and public policy Thousands of college and university graduates owe their educations at least in part to the historic nets student financial aid contained in Title Student As amended through the Title Student authorizes a variety of programs to assist minority and lowincome college and university Grants and special programs for students demonstrating financial need covered under Title IV include Hasic Opportunity Grants Pell special programs for disadvantagcd students Talent Upward Mound and Special Services for Disadvantaged special programs for students whose families are in migrant or seasonal farm low interest Guaranteed Student WorkStudy programs and National irect Student The original copy of the 20th anniversary observance will include 7 I unveiling of the commemorative designed and executed by artist Scott a master of fine arts graduate of the University of LIU Student Center Mall 4 reception honoring Wallace and Hill Country LIU Student and 7 the LBJ Distinguished Lecture Series presentation by It public gallery seating for Texas Mark Whites discussion of higher education in San Macros LBJ Student Center 10 public Subcommittee on Fostsecondary Education of the Committee on Kdueation and House of keynote presentations on The Hole of the Federal Government in Higher Education by Brademas and Evans oon in vitational luncheon and address by SWTs President Hardesty on The Impact of the Higher Edcuatiori San Marcos LBJ Student the public hearing continues with panelists Robert At American Council on Joseph former Secretary of Health Education and William Clohan Association of Education and Wilhelmina Texas House of Irvvin University of Southern representing The Brown Foun Joe Texas Guaranteed Student I Corporation and Charles president of Grove City For more information on 20th anniversary call 512 owells 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