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ENGINEERING STUDENT BODY 1995 Organizations American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics riational Society of Professional Engineers American Institute of Chemical Engineers University of Mississippi Geological Society American Society of Civil Engineers Society of Women Engineers American Society of Mechanical Engineers American Military Engineers Association of Computing Machinery Tau Beta Pi Association of Engineering Geologists Chi Epsilon Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Eta Kappa Piu National Society of Black Engineers Sigma Gamma Epsilon 1995 C Jasofi f i z:fSLiL =X3SK.v 2 tiiSiui I «krSa ' ««j f. Photo by Susan Salber The School of Engineering of the University of Mississippi, established in 1900, is the first engineering department founded in Mississippi. Mot only are the admissions standards for the School higher than for any other school at the University, but also higher than any program of the State ' s eight publicly- 228 Organizations supported universities. The School offers de- grees in chemical, civil, electrical, geological, and mechanical engineering as well as computer science and telecommunications. Engineering students come to Ole Miss from all parts of the worid and are very involved in all aspects of University life. I 1995 Oi
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ASSOCIATED ACCOUNTING STUDENT BODY Photo by MhoeneelK Milliard 1995 Officers Casey Lyon, President; Jay Allen, Vice-President; Robert Williams, Secretary Treasurer; Michelle Miller, Graduate Senator; Dr. Jimmy Davis, Dean The Associated Accountancy Stu- dent Body is the organization of students enrolled in the Ole Miss School of Accountancy. Elected officers advise the Office of the Dean on matters related to stu- dents issues ranging from curricu- lum and advising to professional job placement. The organization serves as a communication medi- um to inform students of oppor- tunities in the field of accountancy and to encourage student enroll- ment in the School of Accountan- cy. The officers coordinate activi- ties with other school organizations such as Beta Alpha Psi and Institute of Management Accountants. Organizations 227
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! FINAINCIEK ' S CLUB Photo by Emmy Cenzalli 1995 Officers Adrian Smith, President; Katie Kennington, Vice-President; |; Jason Howard, Secretary; Greg Windham, Treasurer; Dr. Stephen Graham, Faculty Advisor. PHI DELTA CHI fers i - ludents edin The University of Mississippi ' s Financier ' s Club is primarily composed of students majoring in banking and finance and managerial finance; however, the club Is open to all Ole Miss students interested in the area of finance. Annual dues are used to entertain guest speak- ers and to hold a fall and spring party. The speakers bring infor- mation about the current bank- ing and finance business world. The objective of the club is to familiarize its member with many aspects of various finance professions and to aid them in making career decisions. Phi Delta Chi is a profession- al Pharmacy fraternity dedi- cated to the advancement of the science of pharmacy and its many facets. Phi Delta Chi was established in 1883 as an all male professional ft-a- temlty. The organization saw the need for equality and is now coeducational. It provi- des a chance for pharmacy students to be involved in numerous community ser- vice projects, as well as soci- ally enlightening fijnctions. The Alpha Epsilon Chapter of the University of Mississippi boasts the achievement award for 1993 for comple- tion of services and scholas- tic activities. Phi Delta Chi is a promoter of academic achievement and involve- ment. ' I 1995 Officers Roy Arnold, President; Brandon Bond, Vice-President; Becky Spell, Correspondent; i etarsha Griffith, Secretary; Rachel Smith, Treasurer; Cynthia Ruiz, Champlain; Barbie Creager, Alumni Liason; Kim Stanford, Alumni Liason; James Qlisson, Inner Guard; Kelli liosey, Master At Arms; Susan Evans, Pledge Trainer. Organizaitons 229
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