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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1990 - Organizations. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 25, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/21919/show/21753.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1990 - Organizations. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/21919/show/21753

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Transcript GROUP Hillel is a non-profit agency which promotes religious, cultural, educational, and social programs on behalf of Jewish students. -Majorie Goodman I owe much of my knowledge in information systems to MISSO and our faculty advisor, Dr. Michael Parks. -Raymond Berry It's been an exciting year for MISSO with respect to employment. Internships and professional placements were abundant.-Demse Pfenninger X^isso members, John Ruck, Warren Egg, Carol Lenderman, April Lancon Rick Morgan, Nora Ortiz, and Raymond Berry enjoy splashing around at an end of the semester bash called "Thank God Its Over" hosted by Leonard Mandrgoc.Pfr oto courtesy Management Information Systems Student Organization. y eagerly participating in a over 130 members, MISSO, one of great amount of social events, the the largest organizations in the busi- Management Information Systems ness college, held monthly meetings Student Organization (MISSO) to gather the members together. Ber- wanted to keep away from being ry said, "At the meetings, we brought in speakers stereotyped a boring academic organization. Raymond Berry, president of MISSO, said, "We had several parties which included 'Beach House Blowout.' Other informal group gatherings occurred at Gingerman, Bayou Mama's, Sam's, Yucatan, and others. These helped balance out MISSO's generally serious business orientation." Management Information Systems (MIS) was a fairly popular program located in the Decision Information Sciences department of the Melcher College of Business Administration. MISSO developed in order to bring MIS students together for academic as well as social enrichment. With .. .bridging the gap between the academic and professional world. from industry to relate current MIS topics and technologies to our members." Aside from their monthly meetings, MISSO held a mixer with the Information Systems research Center. MIS students were given a chance to meet Information Systems professionals in a social setting. MISSO also provided a book of members' resumes to area businesses. Denise Pfenninger said, "With the propagation of the Information Systems industry, MISSO is striving to bridge the gap between the academic and the professional world. -Jonathan Imperial MISSO Rose Appiah, Raymond Berry, Carol Bucek, William Calhoun, Michael Clark, Robert Corn- stock, Kelly Cunningham, Bruce Furstenberg, Ben Geller, Amond Holmes, Syed Hossian, Rose Lam, April Lancon, David Lee, Carol Lenderman, Rick Morgan, Servando Pena, Scott Reynolds, Manal Rophail, Arthur Schubert. Photo by Thomas Nguyen. OMICRON DELTA KAPPA Irving Rothman, Harry Walsh, Lynn Mitchell, Michael Patterson, Douglas Burmaster, Loren Israel.Pfrofo by Thomas Nguyen. HILLEL Lyle Hertzberg, Marsha Schneider, Jackie Sherman, Liebe Lagnado, suzanne Kapler, Perla Lahana, Lucy Lahana, Aida Rivas, Troy Meeker, Benjamin Lewis, Stuart Federow.Phofo by Thomas Nguyen. 212 Organizations anizations 213