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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1991 - Academics. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 24, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19959/show/19743.

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Transcript Religion Theories In Enbaugh's new book Books, journals and stacks of paper line the walls in her office. Books she has written, teaching excellence awards and other plaques enhance the walls. Helen Rose Ruchs Enbaugh, associate professor 01 sociology, had added a new dimension to the sociology department since 1973. She adds spice to the cirrculum in her own area of research, which focuses on the organizational decline of religious orders, the process of role exit and the sociology of religion. In her latest book A Van ishing Institution: Organizational Decline in Religious Orders in the U.S., she anticipated that religious orders will "vanish as an institution in society/' Enbaugh's theory of role exit concerned the long and some- times complicated process of exiting one role and entering a new one. Her subjects range from ex- policeman to ex-spouses. "Being an ex is sociologically very different from never having been a part of the previous role," Ebaugh said. -Parul Shah Social Sciences Studying outside the Social Work building was popular because of all the trees, which kept students out of the sun during the summer. Houstonian photo. Harrell Rodgers Dean-College of Social Science In the Social Work building, John White, computer science graduate student, and Khai Huynh, electrical engineering senior, work on the computer. Houstonian Photo. A Busy Year Social Work keeps busy The Graduate School of Social Work faculty presented workshops to Houston Parks and Recreation employees on Understanding Human Growth and Development, Cultural Diversity, and Crisis Intervention. T h e fifth annual Fu- t u r e s Conference, focused on "Crisis Intervention: From Pain to Promise." Topics included disabled persons, problems faced by minorities and issues related to sexual pref- Sociai Work erence. The Alumni Association held a "round up," at which a number of social work community leaders, outstanding alumni and community leaders were "jailed" for bail money. Over $5,500 was raised in bail for t liese community leaders. At the Helen B. k;i pi I off Health Care Lecture, Dr. Gary Rosenberg, Senior Vice President of Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York, spoke on health care trends and issues for the coming decade. A t the social science building, stu- O tudents were able to type papers -^^dents were offered classes to ^ on the computers in the social learn to use the Macintosh. Photo by Kyle Saenz. work building. The lab was open 24 hours a day.Photo by Kyle Saenz. 94 ^jf* Academics Codeges -fy 95