They Learn to Teach
OFFICERS AND BOARD—First Row: Judith Sloan, William Skinner, Sydalise Crawford,
Mona Ruth Morgan, Bill Crockett, Thomas L. Llervillys, Barbara Taylor. First Row, Standing:
Edwene Gaines, Dr. Nelson, Eva Hardin, Pearl Vaught, Linda Pledger, Mary Jane Pennington,
Patsy C. Midecken, Carolyn Langford, Rosemary Snow, Barbara Rudewig, Jeanette Morgan,
Joan Ganett, Cindy Willard. Second Row: Emerson Turner, Jim Spurlock, Logan Wood,
Ernest C. Atsinger, John K. Mulholand, Johnny C. Fisher, Willard Jones, Duane Crim, Phil
With 821 members, the University of Houston Student Education Association is for the
second successive year the largest of the sixty
Texas Student Education Association chapters
and of the 834 Student National Education
Association chapters in the United States.
Being adjudged one of the most active chapters in the United States by the National
Commission on Teacher Education and Professional Standards, the UH-SEA was invited
by the NEA Committee on International Relations and the Asian Society to acquaint
Noboru Ito, vice bureau chief of the Asahi
Shimbun, the world's most widely circulated
newspaper, with the organization and functional activities of students in professional
educator's associations. Mr. Ito met with
UH-SEA members from June 16 to 19 to
study means of introducing Student NEA
chapters in the universities of Japan.
At the 1960 Texas Student Education Association State Convention, George Heit was
a finalist in the Mr. TSEA contest, and the
UH-SEA exhibit, "Education Shapes the
World's Future," won first prize. The club
was invited to display the exhibit at the National Student NEA Leadership Conference.
Dr. Esther Marion Nelson sponsors the Association.
Jerry Eagleson, Judith Sloan, James McLamore, Jeanette Morgan, Willard Jones and Edwene
Gaines participate in a public relations workshop conducted by UH-SEA members at the
1960 TSEA State Convention in San Antonio.
UH-SEA's exhibit at the 1960 TSEA State Convention
depicted the theme of "Education Shapes the World's