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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 2001 - Organizations. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 10, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/8890/show/8665.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 2001 - Organizations. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/8890/show/8665

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Title Houstonian 2001
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Title Organizations
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  • Students of the University of Houston
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  • University of Houston
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Transcript HEALTHY options in medical careers The Allied Health Professions Society (AHPS) enabled its members to understand their chosen field of employment, and to form valuable networks of acquaintances while doing so. Many students who came to the university planning a career in medicine did not realize the many options they had. "We wanted to introduce them to the health "We want to help better prepared health schools." professions available besides pre-med" said junior Kim Coleman, president of AHPS. The fields investigated ranged from nursing and physical therapy to acupuncture. More than simply introducing the members to the various career opportunities, the AHPS helped them to be better prepared to apply for and begin work in that venue. The main office housed journals for a wide variety of fields, which the students could access in order to keep up with the advances in their particular area of study. "When you go to apply to your school, one MMM, COOKIES! Pamela Kumar and Lauren Vassigh sold treats at an AHPS bake sale. The bake sales were an effective way for the group to raise money for its activities. of the questions they ask is what is happening in your field" said Ivy Amadin, a sophomore biology major. "It really helps to keep up-to-date" AHPS helped its members prepare for their later schooling in other ways as well. They organized study groups so that the students could share their knowledge and past experiences with newer members. "We all take many of the same classes" Coleman pointed out, "so the chances are, if you're about to take a class, somebody else in the group has already taken it and they can give you advice" The members found this advantage particularly useful. No matter what their chosen field of study, students in the AHPS were able to find resources to help them along the way. "Its a big network of people who can help you in your classes, or your job, or anything you need" said Coleman. -Ashley Grubbs students be to apply to Kim Coleman |oJ Organizations TWO STEPS FORWARD Kim Coleman, Ivy Amadin, and Anju Sam followed the lead of the speaker at their meeting, an acupuncturist, who was teaching them how to walk in Tai Chi. Calendar of Events 9/5 Meeting 9/19 Dr. Lloyd Michael 9/26 Bake Sale 10/3 Dr. Jeff Baker 10/17 Dr. Lou 10/21 UNT Field Trip 10/31 Bake Sale Raffle Drawing 11/7 Phyllis Jendrusch Melodee Mancuso 11/21 John Paul Liang Scholarship Awards AS YOU CAN SEE... Lauren Vassigh presented ideas for volunteer opportunities at a meeting. The group encouraged volunteering, and helped its members find ways to do so. AHPS MEMBERS Top: Anju Sam, Fances Pham, Kim Coleman, Joey Hurt, Terry Agbara, Holland Nquyen. Bottom: Monique Mills, Lauren Vassigh, Ivy Amadin, Quyen Tran. Allied HeaCtft Professions Society J^f