AIESEC, International Association
of Students of Economics and Commercial Sciences, offers the student an opportunity to gain practical experience
in international business.
Its main object is to raise trainee-
ships in foreign countries for American students.
Last year Foley's, Cameron Iron
Works and the Warwick Hotel provided jobs for foreign students. During
the summer, University of Houston students worked in Germany, Italy and
The year's activities were discussed
at the AIESEC Spring Banquet attended by local business men who serve
on the Board of Advisors.
FRONT ROW: George Garcia, Richard Almendaras, Christina Perez, Cecilia Zanelli,
Vincent Bustamante (vice-president). SECOND ROW: Albert Kendall, Randy Broz,
Evelyn Friedrichs (secretary), Lucy Hunt, Joyce Blaney. BACK ROW: Ben Will (treasurer), Rene Hancock, Don Shephard, Marcia Torres, Allen Schoepf, Barry Werpin, David
Morgan (president), Jerry Marlin.
FRONT ROW: Dr. Arthur Paul (advisor), Tom Bookout (secretary), Buddy Roth (president), Ray Wren (vice-president), Robert Loos (treasurer). SECOND ROW: Don Swift,
Ray LeSage, Steve Wallin, Leo Baca, Saul Datzer, Maureen Alstatt. THIRD ROW:
Jimmy Buckalew, Jim Sinclair, Ken Rochow, Ken Caskey, Chin-Kuei Cho. BACK ROW:
John Massey, John Parish, James P. Vinson, Robert Black, Bill Budewig, Ken Gibson,
Florian Janes, Craig Hall.
Events for AIIE
Industrial engineering students become acquainted with the integrated
systems of men, material and equipment through membership in the American Institute of Industrial Engineers.
To achieve these aims, monthly
meetings feature professional speakers.
Senior members of AIIE often speak
to other organizations related to the
field of industrial engineering.
Major events for last year included
sponsorship of a "Rolamite" exhibit
for Engineering Week and presentation of the Outstanding Senior Award
to a graduating senior.
In the spring AIIE sent representatives to the student conference held
at Southern Methodist University in