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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. December 25, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19438/show/19307.

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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/19307

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Title Houstonian 1988
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  • University of Houston
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Transcript Ambassadors meet for an end-of-the-year finale, including Secretary Lee Williams, Senior Jodi Cox, '87 President James Cerson- sky, '88 President James Booker, Vice-president Tara Branham (also Ambassador of the year), Alain Londes, Advisor Cathy Tanenbaum, and Joe Kubicek. Decisions Made Easy When the time comes for a student to face the responsibility of choosing a university, a great many factors must be considered. A student looks at the faculty, the school's reputation and facilities, and, of course, campus life. The UH Ambassadors wanted to make this choice easier. The Office of Admissions had established a program to attract the finest students on campus and allow them the opportunity to promote the school. The organization was primarily concerned with area high schools and talking to students about the university from a student's point of view. The Ambassadors are also responsible for contact with students wishing to visit the campus by providing daily tours and exposing them to some of the more exciting aspects of college life. Each semester, the Ambassadors helped organize and host a day-long open house (Cougar Preview) in order to give prospective students a chance to spend a day on campus and familiarize themselves with the school. This open house also gave interested students an opportunity to meet with faculty and staff members from the students' chosen major, to get questions answered, and to receive information about such topics as financial aid, scholarships, and the University Honors Program. All in all, the UH Ambassadors provided a wonderful opportunity for students to promote the University. -Michael Johnson and Ed Rogan a ► to face the responsibility of choosing a university, a great many factors must be considered." UH AMBASSADORS — Front: Jennifer Novak, Elena Espinoza, Chitra Sankaran, Birgit Kamps, Teresa Ramirez, Patty Shadowens, Leah Plummer, Julie Dill, James Booker, Suchita Subramanian, Rhoda Johnson, Leticia Cantu, Deborah Martin, Vicky Short. Second Lee Williams, Kim Pearson Connie Simmons, Andrew Rubenstein, Tom May, Roscoe Ferguson, Sean Cain, Tara Brahnhara, Fairan Jones, Rhonda Wisenbaker, Jodi Cox, Leslie Robertson. Third: Dee Dee Banani, Katie Traverse, Chris Barber, Joe Kubicek, Diana Bischof, Carl Dawson, Vicky Lopez, Amina Sayeed, Denise Baker Andrea Bright, Kim Hooker. Fourth: Jerry Chrisman, Kara Nichols, Mary Wilkey, Helen Knight, Cindy Pena, Steve Hollingshead, Andy Economon, Bonnie Neagle, Jennifer Akkerman, Leigh Head, Steve O'Connor. Fifth: James Cersonsky, Lisa Linn, Steve Harper, Laurie Reese, Natalie Cech, Michael Danke, Vik Menra. Sixth, hd Rogan, Mike Loos, Alain Londes, Floyd Tyrone, David Schnidel, Scott Nguyen, Mark Hillje, Mark Sherrard. 224 University of Houston Organizations 225