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Houstonian, 1990 - Organizations. 1990. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 20, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/21919/show/21746.

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Title Houstonian, 1990
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  • University of Houston
Date 1990
Description This edition of the Houstonian, published by the students of the university in 1990, is the official yearbook of the University of Houston.
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  • Houston, Texas
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Transcript LAMB OF V # t was a year of big dreams and big accomplishments for Eta Kappa Nu, an electrical engineering honor society. "Our chapter hadn't done much in the last couple of years," said Kevin Self. "We decided to do something to earn the title of honor society," he said. Working with the Electrical Engineering department, EKN developed the Electrical Engineering Mentor Program to help freshman and transfer students get acquainted with the department. Society members were assigned students to mentor. They continuously checked the students' progress throughout the school year. EKN also wrote a student survival guide made available to new students. The pamphlet was distributed We hadn't done much. We decided to do something to earn the title of an honor society. * absolutely free of charge to the stu- ing steadily towards that goal," said dents. "I feel good," said Haleh As- David White.-Kevin Self MORTAR BOARD HONOR SOCIETY (front) Danna Love, Barbara Cox, Dr. John Danford; (row 2) Zehra AH, Vickie Stulb, My Lam Tran, Judy Taylor; (back) Brock Thomas, Carl Rose, Kristen Ames.Photo by Gilbert Sifuentes. sadi, one of the mentors. "The students were enthusiastic and grateful for the help," he said. The work of EKN did not go unnoticed by the engineering school's faculty. Dr. Betty Barr, director of the undergraduate electrical engineering program, saw a definite result of the hard work EKN had put into developing their program. She said, "Eta Kappa Nu's work has made our orientation infinitely more pleasurable." The chapter was also recognized by the national organization with a Certificate of Merit for Outstanding Activity. The award was given to only seven out of a total of 200 chapters across the nation. "Our goal is to be the electrical engineering service organization, and we are mov BETA ALPHA PSI (front) Emily Carraway, Agnes Tran, Jackie Moy, Theresa Kwan, Simone Hall, Patty Farrell, Joanne Tran; (row 2) Tricia Glorioso, Debbie Putnam, Randy Free, Dan Taylor; (row 3) Amy Smith, Dan Castagnola, Dawn Maruska, Carrie Braun, Kathy Hardcastle, Cathy Fisher, Gene Powell; (row 4) Martin Martinez, Leslie Watford, Alice Kindschuh, Reed Paseur, Betsy Robinson, Debbie Schmeid, Marilyn Falkenhazen; (back) Trish Simmons, Mark Nelson, Lisa Milam, Vicky Trager, Micheal Coley, John Seward.P/ioro courtesy BASK ETA KAPPA NU (front) Haleh Assadi, Jennifer Le, Karl Barrus, Steve Shannon; (row 2) Eyal Ferecht, Kevin Self, Patrick Siemsen; (row 3) Steve Goodmark, David White, Tim Harrington; (back) Mike Williams, Bob May, Gustavo Salbarriaga.P/iofo by Rachel Del Rosario. 198 Organizations Organizations 499