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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1993 - Academics. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 18, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19121/show/19064.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1993 - Academics. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19121/show/19064

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Transcript Humanity Project Lets Students Help Others The UH chapter of Habitat for Humanity, a national non-profit organization, helped provide basic housing for low-income families. Comprised of approximately 150 students, faculty and alumni of the College of Architecture, the chapter worked with the American Institution of Architecture Students (A.I. A.S.), on a community space located on Rawley Street in Houston's Fifth Ward. Architecture professor David Thaddeus, the founder of the UH chapter, said ideas from Michael Dreef, Marcal Opstal, David Lee and Le Nguyen, all students, were incorporated into the designs for the project. The students won a design build competition and the A.I.A.S. contacted the Habitat for Humanity with the ideas for the community area. The design called for benches, barbecue pits and a covered area located on the median of Rawley Street. Construction was done by about 60 volunteers from UH. Dreef said of the project, "It's great. What started as a small design for the school has now given us a chance to build something." In a press release, Thaddeus said, "The Habitat Program presents a unique opportunity because we can use hands-on experience to teach our students while benefiting a good cause." -David Conover Resume, Research Helps Students In Job Search How important is a resume? "It's one of the most critical steps in the job search process," said Sheryl Dawson of Dawson and Dawson Management Consultants. She addressed a group of job- hungry students in the College of Business Administration as part of the Industry Cluster Network (ICN) program. An outgrowth of the College's mentor program, the ICN was open to students of all majors. "Your resume and interview are important, but they're not the only steps to getting a job," Dawson said. She said students needed to master the concept called linkage, or At the College of Business Administration's CareerDay, students interacted with prospective employers and explored the tough job mark et. Ph otobv Mich a el W. Sm ith. John Ivancevich Dean-College of Business Administration getting all the steps in the job-search process to work together. Specifically, when going for an interview students should refer continuously to their resume, Dawson added. "People have different opinions on resumes," said Virginia Benfield, human resources manager for Texaco and a co-presenter at ICN. Student should shop around for the resume that most closely fits their own vision of themselves. Researching companies before an interview also gave students an advantage. "If you do your research, you will know what salary range is in the position you're applying for," Dawson said. -Tom Anderson ARCHITECTURE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 300 Academics