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AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS—FRONT ROW: H. K. Reynolds, R. Johnson. SECOND ROW: Gloria Mackey, Earl Johnson, Joan Gagnon, Gordon
Tobey, Mike Burns, Ronald Borochoff, Ron Keller, Jack Levitt. THIRD ROW: Jane Rider, A. J. Russel, Jr., Edgar Cortes, John McCaskill, Jacob Glaich,
Al Jan. BACK ROW: Dennis McDonald, Charles Dejohn, Richard Lord, Sammy Hay ward, Howard Schmidt, Daniel Gibbons.
Co-sponsored seminars with Sigma Pi Sigma highlighted the
1964-65 efforts of the UH chapter of the American Institute of
Physics to create an atmosphere of physics on the campus.
Guest speakers, some of whom were graduate students, led the
discussions. Technical films were also shown at meetings. These and
other methods allowed the students to share ideas among themselves
and be introduced to the experiences of prominent people in the
world of physics.
Weekly seminars and discussions conducted by outstanding
physicists keep Sigma Pi Sigma members informed of current developments in physics.
The objective of Sigma Pi Sigma, national physics honor fraternity, is to help students achieve excellence, and to recognize
academic excellence in physics.
Sigma Pi Sigma members attempt to gain the same excellence
in play as in work. Socials included the annual picnic and Christmas party.
SIGMA PI SIGMA—FRONT ROW- Chei-Mei Chou, Dan Gibbons, Soo Nyong Lee, V. Sivaram Murty, Ronald Borochoff, Beverly Chen, Chen-kun Chang,
Clinton Long. SECOND ROW: Hal Johnson, R. E. Collins, Charles Dejohn, H. K. Reynolds, Alton Warren. BACK ROW: Tom Hudson, H. M. North, Leon
Graver, R. H. Walker, C. W. Zabel, John Kern.