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Houstonian 1992
Undergrads: Wilson - Zemlak
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Houstonian 1992 - Undergrads: Wilson - Zemlak. 1992. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 26, 2015. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19684/show/19482.

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(1992). Houstonian 1992 - Undergrads: Wilson - Zemlak. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19684/show/19482

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Title Houstonian 1992
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  • Students of the University of Houston
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  • Houston, Texas
Date 1992
Description This edition of the Houstonian, published in 1992, is the official yearbook of the University of Houston.
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  • University of Houston
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Transcript Unique classes help students find A Change of Pace Innovation in curricula gave students various opportunities to explore, test and experience unique classes. Each college had their own share of touching imagination. The College of Technology offered a program in the Department of Human Development and Consumer Science, directed by Rhets DeVries, Ph.D. DeVries said, " The program is a training ground for university students. It allowed them to work in a day care with the Jean Pioget system of ' contructi vis t education'" De Vries explained. Jeannette Diona, associate director of the Human Development Lab School, said, "Constructivist education is a form of developmental education based on the status of student thinking. It is a model of pre-school education and developmental theory" Another interesting innovation in curricula was the Informal Science Study program, headed by Dr. Howard Jones. "Our goal is to Houston Museum of his students have been Natural Science, was working with Sumner on working for several year the results of the project. on a project with the NASA. She sent toys up in space and had the astronauts video tape each other while playing with make science fun for children. To show them the practical application of physics in their daily lives," Jones said. "The best way to demonstrate the concept is by using toys. We call it the physics of amusement and toys," he said. Caroline Sumner, science director of the them. Jones said, "The students can see first hand how physics effects the toys with which they play, when they view the video tapes." He said, " The project is called Toys in Space' and demonstrates free fall and the effects of zero gravity and motion on the toys." Jones and The Animal ( are Center was a work-study project available through the science research department. "Students feed, clean ^nd care for the laboratory a nimals," Shirley Thomas, office manager, said. The Schools of Music, Art,and Education had there share of unique classes. The music department offered specialized courses in quartets and instruments. The art department offered the opportunity for students to display their work in Blaffer Gallery. The physical education department scheduled karate and bowling. The various courses available to students helped prepare them for their post-academic careers.-Merrill Baum Ff^^&s / Rachel Wilson, Business, Fr. Glenys Monique Winfiele, Psychology, Soph. Marlowe Writht, Civil Engineering, Soph. Jonathan M. Zemlak, Undeclared, Fr. Undererads 53