Through the American Institute of Industrial Engineers, industrial engineering students
were able to familiarize themselves with new engineering
The institute advanced and
disseminated knowledge of theories and practices in industrial
engineering. Also, AIIE presented a proper perspective of
engineering work by providing
an opportunity for members to
become acquainted with practicing professional engineers.
By sponsoring the industrial
engineers Student Grievance
Committee, AIIE members were
able to offer suggestions to improve the activities of the institute.
FIRST ROW: T. Bookout, president; J. H. Parish, vice president; S. C. Hall,
treasurer; G. H. McBride, secretary; Dr. B. Rhodes, advisor. SECOND Row!
P. Hesser, J. Ramsey, C. Brinkdeter, S. Godkin. THIRD ROW: R. F. Chehlabui,
E. C. Kelly, K. Caskey, D. Branch, J. Boland. BACK ROW: M. Bartniski w'
Mausbach, F. Pokladnik, D. Lowell, C. Chancellor.
Engineers link with profession
The aim of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers
this past year was to assist the
chemical engineering student in
his professional development and
maturity through activities on
and off campus.
Through guest speakers and
trips to industries, AICE helped
to expand the chemical engineering curriculum.
In addition to intellectual activities, the organization also
sponsored picnics and banquets.
FRONT ROW: S. Johnston, president; H. Watson, vice president; I. Polasek,
secretary; W. Woodard, treasurer; R. Williams, representative. SECOND ROW:
D*". W. L. Honeywell, advisor; K. Simpson, J. Rosser, R. McDaniel, D. Melasky.
THIRD ROW: M. Tracy, J. I. Frank, M. Heidemann, H. McCollum, R. Carter.
FIFTH ROW: M. C. Breckel, J. Wolf, J. Johnson, R. Huebel, K. Rock. SIXTH
HOW: J. Rexer, D. D. Siemonsma, R. Parrish, S. Hager, B. Lind. BACK ROW:
6. Odell, T. L. McKeehan, D. Smith, R. Spencer, Jr.