Rho Chi Assists
As the national honor society for
students in pharmacy, Rho Chi represents the top five per cent of the class.
Membership is open to junior and
senior pharmacy students with at least
45 hours in their major and a 3.0
overall grade point average. They
must also demonstrate characteristics
of leadership and high moral attitudes.
Professional development in pharmacy is encouraged. Last year Rho Chi
co-sponsored a high school careers
program and a drug abuse campaign
with the Harris County Pharmaceutical Association in the Houston area.
At its Spring Banquet Rho Chi annually presents a gift to the first-year
pharmacy student who has maintained
the highest scholastic average in his
FRONT ROW: Maris Jo Reynolds, Reginald Segar (vice-president), Mary Ann Brenner
(secretary), Jo Trial (president), Connie Lopez. SECOND ROW: Dr. Carl Driever,
Carol Pendergrass, Jerre Ruth Smith, Martha Harding, Kathleen McCelland. THIRD
ROW: Dr. Robert Wilson, Donald Draehn, Paul Contrucci, Robert Gallio, Clinton Heine,
Gary Collins. FOURTH ROW: Jimmie Jahn, Calvin Ryan, Dr. Vishnu Gupta, Sue Rouse,
George Mimari. FIFTH ROW: Robert Sartin, Barry Shoss, Martha Jones, Dr. Michael
Clay, Dr. Lindley Cates (adviser), Dr. Kenneth Euler. BACK ROW: Dr. M. George
FRONT ROW: Richard Whipple (vice-president), Steven Schuster (recording secretary),
Gary Summers (bridge correspondent), William P. Simonds (president), Edgar Lee
Dohmann (corresponding secretary), Jerry Highnote (treasurer). SECOND ROW:
Enrol Williams, Donald Plank, Tom Riley, David Houston, Clark Bennett. BACK ROW:
John D. Mitchell, Lewis W. Brown, Michael E. Gruchalla, Charles E. Bautsch.
Eligible for EKN
Juniors in the top quarter of their
class and seniors in the top third of
their class are prospects for membership in Eta Kappa Nu, national electrical engineering society.
EKN holds two smokers a year to
get acquainted with qualified students
who are interested in joining the
Students are usually initiated in the
fall and a banquet is held in their
Faculty members who spoke at last
fall's banquet included Dr. Edward
Michaels who told of his teaching assignment at a university in Finland
and William Kittinger, who studied
the setup of electrical engineering department in India.