IEEE promotes engineering growth
The Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers attempted
to aid professional development
by promoting growth in all aspects of electrical engineering
The UH branch presented the
Outstanding Student Award to
Paul Robert Siebeneicher for his
contributions to the organization.
A field trip was taken to Lock-
heeds at NASA in the fall. In
addition, IEEE held an annual
banquet in the spring and sold
IEEE decals to all members as a
FRONT ROW: R. Young, D. Bustillos, A. Glover, A. Kelly, P. Siebeneicher, Luce,
V. Long. SECOND ROW: F. Meaux, C. Landry, M. Kong, D. Brown, B. Otis.
THIRD ROW: H. Bindord, J. Phillips, C. Rojas, J. Guarino, E. Sharp, R. Boat-
right. BACK ROW: H. Lewis, B. Munds, H. Krieg, J. Casey, D. Hiltpold, S.
Harding, J. Alexander.
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FRONT ROW: E. Hanley, K. Coffman, E. Kennedy, S. Garcia, K. Walker.
SECOND ROW: B. Kipgen, L. Hartman, A. Hatcher. THIRD ROW: N.
Mikeska, K. Power, L. Langham. FOURTH ROW: G. Bush, G. Williams,
R- Beckham. BACK ROW: C. Baker, R. Cure, C. White, N. Maley.
Several highlights of the year
for Kappa Epsilon, professional
women's pharmacy organization,
included a tea honoring the pharmacy faculty on KE's Founder's
Day, Christmas activities in the
college, the participation in National Poison Prevention Week.
Kappa Epsilon aimed to unite
women pharmacy students to
promote the achievement of professional consciousness, attain
high scholarship and maintain
high personal standards.