New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 16, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas
16 O Herald-Zeitung □ Friday, February 16,1996Personals
Evelyn Riedel celebrated her 80th birth Sunday, Jan. 27. Family and friends from out of town and the surrounding area joined her for the special occasion.
Deanna L. Mills
■ Deanna L. Mills of New Braunfels has been accepted and is enrolled in her first semester in the Southwestern Oklahoma State University School of Pharmacy at Weatherford. Mills is the daughter of Bennie D. Mills of New Braunfels and Donna S. Mills of Houston.
A total of 40 students were accepted to the 1996 spnng semester pharmacy schools class at Southwestern. Chosen from 127 qualified applicants, the class has an average cumulative grade point average of 3.28 and is composed of 20 women and 20 men.
■ An article written by Kyle Barrington, executive director of Teen Connection, will be featured in the spring edition of the Journal of Experiential Education in February.
The article discusses ideas for teachers working with at-risk youth. Barrington said the article deals with “teaching teachers alternative ways to work with alternative youth” while keeping them in a classroom with other kids.
The research for the article was done over the course of a two-year study by Barrington as part of his dissertation at the University of Houston. Barring7on is currently working on obtaining a doctorate in early childhood education from the university.
Barrington said the idea discussed in the article includes teaming teachers with counselors or social workers to make the classroom more conducive for at-risk youth.
“Maintaining an ‘at-risk’ student in a regular classroom setting increases the chances that youth will graduate from high school and have fewer behavioral problems while in school. Additionally, it costs significantly more money to place that youth in an alternative setting,’’ Barrington said.
■ Maggie S. Brandt was among the 780 graduates of the 137th Annual Commencement of Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois on Saturday, Dec. 16, 1995. Brandt received her B.S. Degree in marketing from the College of Business.
Brandt was a member of Sigma, Sigma Sigma Sorority and held the office of treasurer. She also served as a Resident Hall Assistant while attending ISU. Prior to attending ISU, she attended Parkland College, Champaign, Illinois where she received her Associates Degree in Business Administration.
Brandt is employed by the Marketing Support Department at Caterpillar, Inc. in Peoria, Illinois as a Marketing Trainee.
She is a 1992 graduate of Rantoul Township High School, Rantoul, Illinois and the daughter of Darrell and Nancy Brandt, Rantoul. Her grandparents are Wendell and Esther Headrick, New Braunfels, and Donald and Gertrude Brandt, Nora, Nebraska.
■ Two New Braunfels residents have been named to the Dean’s List at Austin College for the fall 1995 term.. They are Kerri Davidson and Stellate McDonald.
Only those students who earned grades which placed them in the top 20 percent of the student body academically were named to the list. All those on the fall list earned a grade point average of 3.6 or higher.
■ Larry L. Walker, managing principal of The Walker Group, a human resource consulting firm based in New Braunfels, has announced that they have completed development of a training course geared toward the health care industry with a special emphasis toward patient service.
The course, entitled “Service First in Health Care,” covers the critical areas of service excellence, what a profes
sional service provider is, working together as a team, understanding patient needs, why knowledge of the health care product is important, effective listening, dealing with patient emotions and your own emotions, challenges that surface in providing service, and improving on a continuing basis.
Walker said, “This is an intensive one-day workshop that we feel is critical in addressing patient services in the health care field. Managed care has created a tremendous amount of pressure for group practices to see more
patients in a shorter period of time. This trickles down to the service providers who have been trained to provide the technical skills to the patient, but may not have the people skills to deal with the patient’s emotions.” He said that the firm has already begun to market this program locally and nationally.
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