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Tbe Press/Friday, November 11, 1988/THREE Run across America \Workforce of the Future\ By KELLY HOGAN Assistant News Editor On May 30, 1988 fifteen Cortland College students set out to \Run Across America.\ In conjunction with the Na- tional Commission for the Prevention of Child Abuse the students began their quest at Liberty Park, N.J. and reached their destination after crossing the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco California. A total of 13 states and 3400 miles were covered. The national commission College Relations The program . is jointly for the Prevention of Child sponsored by the Office of Abuse is an organization An expected crisis in the Graduate and Continuing idependently operated out of workforce during the next Education at Cortland Col- New York City. decade, created by a shrink· lege and the Business and In- The run sought public ing labor pool and an expan- dllstrial Center at TC3. awareness of the problem and dihg job market, will be the · The keynote speaker for prevention of child abuse, not focus of a day-long seminar, the conference will be financial donations. Nov· 16, at State University Rosemary Scanlon, chief Monies raised covered College at Cortland. economist for the New travelexpensesoftherunners. \WorkforceoftheFuture: York/New Jersey Port During the course of their The Year 2000\ will feature Authority. An assistant pro- travels the group received cita- federal, state and local of· fessor of economics at CJrd tions in Cincinnati, ran ficials and a panel of area Dominion University in Nor- through the Rockies 11,000 ft. businessmen exploring a folk, Va., before joining the above sea level, and even predicted, severe shortage of Port Authority in 1969, dodged riots. Despite these entry~level workers that is ex- Scanlon has risen through road blocks the group reached pected to plague business and the ranks from a position as their destination in exactly industry through the 1990's. staff economist to her cur- two weeks. The conference has been rent J. ob. \Run Across America\ was · d dd h orgamze to a ress t ese She is frequently invited to organized by Cortland Col- The r nner ' I t d f u s goa was o concerns an attempt to o - address high level economic lege students. It was led by make it across the country and fer some suggestions for conferences in the u.S. and Brigette Lalley, Joe Keany and according to Brigette Lalley, dealing with the labor market abroad, and at present she e a 1 erence. 1 o t e uture. serves as a member of the ex- Judy Sparks. The runners con- \to mak d'ff \ W'th f b f sisted of 5 women and 10 b th al h' d th f '1 o go sac 1eve e group The con erence WI I run ecutive committee of the Na- men. Thirteen of the fifteen 's con 'd · b'k' t t' 9 d 1 s1 enng 1 mg nex 1me between a.m. an 4:15 tional Counc 1 'I on Urban running are members of the or o 'bl t k' d'ff t · b F · p ss1 y a mg a 1 eren p.m. m t e unction Room Economic Development and Cross Country Track Team. ro te f b c U · SU C j----------~--~~~~--~~u~·----------------~--~o~t~e~~o~re~y~~n~Io~n~at~~C~-~·--~as~arnemberoftheboardof Physics department honored BY WALTER RENDON Special to the Press The Cortland College Physics Department has been nationally recognized by the American Institute of Physics, for the sixth time. Even though Cortland State is famous for its strengths in Physical Educa- tion and Teaching Educa- tion, another powerful department has emerged. The Cortland College Physics Group analogous with the Cortland College Physics Club, was honored last week by the American Institute of Physics. Cort- land is one of the 'Society of Physics Students' Chapters nation wide. Last week Cort- land was recognized as an \Outstanding\ chapter for the 1987-88 school year. The nommauon was baseu upon Cortland's 1987-88 an- nual reports, which included the invitation of several guests and the presentation of several films. Along with these activities were projects which involved outside sources and field trips. Dr. Wheeler, a Physics professor commented that the main interests of the Club are were to advance the lear- ning process of the st.udents involved and advance the education of physics in general. David Block, a physics stu- dent here at Cortland, ex- pressed his admiration by saying, \I had a strong in- terest but now I have a full fledged major. I have seen the signs.\ directors of the Research Foundation of the State University of New York. Her topic at ''Workforce ... 2000'' will be ''Trends and Demands of the Workforce.\ The remainder of the con- ference will revolve around two panel di~cussions. The first will involve represen- tatives of federal, state and local governmental agencies and will discuss \Filling the Gap/Looking at Under- utilized Sources of Labor.\ It will include Judy Avener, director of the New York State Division of Labor; Thomas Matecki, of the U.S. Department of Immigration and Naturalization; Thomas Haggarty, assistant chief patrol agent, U.S. Border Patrol; Gerald Greene, challenge Industries of Ithaca~ and Sid Mann, direc- tor of the Southern Tier Regional Education Center for Economic Development in Elmira. 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