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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1988 - Organizations. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 13, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19438/show/19288.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1988 - Organizations. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19438/show/19288

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Transcript Active Gear for Student Chapter The Institute of Industrial Engineers (HE) is an international organization, headquartered at Nor- cross, Georgia. Student chapters exist at most American universities with Industrial Engineering departments. The University of Houston chapter, better known as HE, has been pulsating with activities this year. The basic motive of the HE, is to serve as a platform to broaden the personal/professional awareness and experience of its student members, and it was fulfilled with vigor. Plant tours were organized to industries practic ing one or more of the wide variety of aspects of contemporary Industrial Engi- neering. Coca-Cola, Schlumberger, and UPS were a few of the six plants visited. In conjunction with the department of Industrial Engineering, HE co- sponsored monthly student seminars presented by graduate students on current research in Industrial Engineering related theory and applications. Student members were constantly presented with opportunities to lend their ears to distinguished and experienced professionals in the IE profession, Tarig Mian walked away with the first prize at the annual HE District Level University Paper Contest. through the efforts of HE, and regular invitations of the HE — Houston senior chapter to attend their programs, meetings and plant tours. These fiesty people are known to have meetings at Astros and Rockets games. The annual HE District Level University Paper Contest is an excellent opportunity for students to gauge the work of fellow IE's from neighboring schools. The winners could end up in an international competition in which this contest finally culminates. Seventeen student members, along with faculty adviser Dr. Golgen Bengu, went to the contest at Arlington in Feb/88. Tariq Mian from HE walked away with first prize. The HE published three newsletters in the past year. Very aptly titled "Optimal Ramblings," they kept students up-to date with plans, activities, and the departmental grapevine. This student chapter is also a vital source of student volunteers for events like Cougar Preview, Engineers' Day, Registration, and the Engineering College Phonathon. That takes care of the "all work" part of it. But HE plays hard too. The past year was sprinkled with picnics. Barbaques, a chili cook-off, get- togethers, and gracefully ended with the HE Annual Banquet and Awards ceremony. All this surely seems like a lot of activity for one year from a student chapter. HE — Houston senior chapter thought so too, and HE was awarded third place for overall performance in a nationwide competition. John Farhart, Vanina Pire, and Leila Rmadi tend to shishkabobs on grill at the HE picnic in April. Vanina Pire holds up a shirt from the student paper conference. Members play volleyball at the an nual spring picnic. HE members are on their way to the university conference held at Arlington. The UH chapter won 1st place for student paper content. 194 University of Houston Organizations 19 5