Highlights: President Kidera indicated reversal of a previous downward enrollment trend, an operating surplus of more than $250,000 and retirement of $230,000 in long-term debt, and significant increases in gifts and grants were all part of the 1971-75 period --Thomas W. Todd, newly appointed University part-time consultant in Black Studies, is welcomed by Dr. Charles E. Ford, academic vice president and dean (photo) --Campus Reports --The President's Corner --Series of SHU Bicentennial events --1975-76 men’s varsity basketball schedule announced --Dr. Anthony V. Pinciaro, profesJ sor and chairman of chemistry, and^ Dr. Paul Siff, associate professor of history and director of American Studies, were visiting faculty fellows at Yale University.
Office of Public Information, "Happenings at Sacred Heart University, Vol. 8, No. 4" (1975). Department Newsletters and Magazines. 21.