Registration Guide

1. Register with ISM National: ism.ws

Instructions

1. Go to http://www.ism.ws
2. On the top right of ISM National Page, create an account. If you already have an account with ISM and are a returning member, enter in account information
    • a. Note: If you cannot remember your login, you can select “forgot password” near the login box to have your username and  password sent to your email that you registered the account with.
3. Once the log in is complete, point cursor on Membership on the ribbon. Select “Become a member”
4. Underneath the Join ISM online header, select “Student and Academic Membership”
5. Under the Students and Educators header, select “Students”
6. In the Resources for Students section, click the first bullet point that has “online” as a hyperlink.
7. When asked to choose your affiliate, select 295 ISM Houston as your selection.
8. Fill in required information. Make sure to specify University of Houston as your institution
9. When the shopping cart is displayed, click continue
10. Congratulations! You are now a member of ISM Nation! Our parent chapter will receive your membership information and have you listed as a registered student member.
2. Using your ISM National ID fill out the required information to the right.
(The last six digits of your ISM National ID) Ex:”432576″
3. Click on Pay Now.
4. Using Paypal submit a payment of $50.
5. Congratulations! You are now a member ISM BAUER!

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*Any issues or discrepancies must be emailed with proper notation of missing events. For more information on ISM Bauer’s point system please refer to the point guide below.

  • * 100 = Active Status
  • * 150 = Gold Status

*Must be an active member to run for an Officer Position for Fall 2014.

POINTS GUIDE

Points Breakdown

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Total Possible Points
200
Active member
100
Gold member
150
Major Events
Student Dev
Philanthropy
Socials
Orientation10Resume10Trees for Houston10Orientation Social10
GM 110Excel Bootcamp10Neon Splash Dash Run10GM Social 110
GM 210Industry Panel10GM Social 210
GM 310Personal Branding10GM Social 310
Plant Tour 110Committee10Major Social 110
Plant Tour 210Case Competition10Major Social 210
Possible Points60Possible Points60Possible Points20Possible Points60
Bonus Participation
Bake SalesStudent DevAlumni BBQ
Bake Sale #1 - Donations10Completion of Cert50Volunteer10
Bake Sale #2 - Donations10Donations10
Bake Sale #3 - Donations10
Volunteer #110
Volunteer #210
Volunteer #310
Possible Points60Possible Points50Possible Points20

About

Our Proposition

Vision

The ISM-Bauer is the premiere student organization for Supply Chain Management at the University of Houston C.T Bauer College of Business. For over five years we have been tirelessly dedicated to our Vision:

Producing the most professional and knowledgeable students of Supply Chain Management while being recognized as the number one organization for SCM in the world.

Mission

In order to understand the purpose and goals of Institute for Supply Management Student Organization at Bauer College for the upcoming 2014 Fall semester we have composed a Mission Statement:

To provide the members with the resources to become professionals and join major corporations with ease through the curriculum, networking opportunities, industrial knowledge, professional and personal developments.

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Networking

Opportunities to build a network, which will last a lifetime, through formal and informal events hosted during the semester.

Professional Development

Professional Development

Chances to grow your personal skillsets to market yourself with professional tangibles such as a resume and/or polish your soft-skills are offered by our Student Development Program.

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Industry Knowledge

Supplement your classroom education by exploring Plant Tours of leaders in the industry and Museums with your peers.

Career Opportunities (2)

Career Opportunities

Although our organization does not guarantee your next employment opportunity, we strive to present a comfortable setting for you to market yourself by hosting variety of General Meetings and Mixers.

Benefits

  • Committees provide auxiliary support for the officer team, assisting them in planning and executing events. Committees provide an opportunity for members to deepen their involvement in the organization.

    Vice President

    Expectations/Requirements: Maximum Positions (1)

    • * NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME.

    Finance

    Expectations/Requirements:

    • * NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME.

    Alumni Relations

    Expectations/Requirements: Maximum Positions (2)

    • * Must be available Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings to attend officer and committee meetings, as well as ISM events.
    • * Must have completed SCM 3301.
    • * Business casual attire required to all officer meetings/ISM events.

    Your Name (required)

    Your Email (required)

    Peoplesoft (required)

    Comments (required)

    Resume Upload (recommended)

    I agree that I can meet the listed requirements and expectations as a committee member.

    Public Relations

    Expectations/Requirements: Maximum Positions (3)

    • * NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME.

    Operations

    Expectations/Requirements: Maximum Positions (6)

    • * NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME.

    Communications

    Expectations/Requirements: Maximum Positions (2)

    • * NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME.

    Corporate Development

    Expectations/Requirements: Maximum Positions (1)

    • * NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME.

    Student Development Program

    Expectations/Requirements: Maximum Positions (6)

    • * Must be available Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings to attend officer and committee meetings, as well as ISM events.
    • * Must have completed SCM 3301.
    • * Business casual attire required to all officer meetings/ISM events.

    Name (required)

    Phone Number (required)

    Email (required)

    Peoplesoft (required)

    Preferred contact method (required)

    Why should we consider you for this position? (required)

    What interests you about this committee? (required)

    Resume Upload (recommended)

    I agree that I can meet the listed requirements and expectations as a committee member.

    Marketing

    Expectations/Requirements: Maximum Positions (3)

    • * NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME.

    Quality

    Expectations/Requirements: Maximum Positions (3)

    • * NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME.

    Campus Activities

    Expectations/Requirements: Maximum Positions (3)

    • * NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME.

    Information Technology

    Expectations/Requirements: Maximum Positions (2)

    • * NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME.

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    Our depository of resume’s from UH members of ISM. Companies use this resource to search for potential candidates for full time and part time employment.

    • * Click here for a Resume Template

    • * NOTE: This event is for paid members only. The Deadline is 02/11/14. Students who have not paid their dues by 11:59pm on 02/11/14 will not be eligible for the mixer.

    VResume Submission Form

    Your Name

    Your Email

    Interested in:
    Internship Full-Time 

    SCM GPA:

    Cumulative GPA:

    Mixer Specifics:

    Anticipated Graduation Date:

    Please upload your resume: *note must be in a PDF format

  • Guidelines:

    • * 1-2 pages long
    • * 12 pt font
    • * Double spaced
    • * Times New Roman
    • * 1” margins
    • * ONLY include PSID on the submission along with the selected topic
    • * MUST BE A PAID MEMBER

    Essay Contest #1 Due Date:

    Essay Contest #1 Due Date: February 7th

    Choose between the 2 topics listed below:

    Essay Contest #2 Due Date:

    Essay Contest #2 Due Date: February 15th

    Choose between the 2 topics listed below:

    Essay Contest #3 Due Date:

    Essay Contest #3 Due Date: Saturday, February 22nd @ 11:59pm

    Choose between the 2 topics listed below:

    Grading Rubric:

    • * Grammar/Spelling:10%
    • * Organization/Clarity: 10%
    • * Message/Voice: 50%
    • * Relevance to prompt: 20%
    • * Word choice: 10%
    • * Each Grading Category is given a score of 1-5

    VEssay Submission Form

    PeopleSoft (required)

    Select the appropriate Essay number

    Please upload the your essay

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    Description:

    • * 1st place and 2nd place teams win scholarships.
    • * Final Rounds judged by ISM Houston
    • * Great team building opportunity
    • * Opportunity to work on both those soft and hard skills that companies seeks in their applicants

    Schedule

    • ,  March 20th – 25th (Th)-Sign-up Deadline
    • ,  March 25th (Th)- Case and Team Release Meeting
    • ,  April 8th (T) (6PM)-Preliminary Rounds
    • ,  April 15th (T) (10–12PM) – Finals-ISM Houston, 6:30- 7:30pm

    VCase Competition Signup

    • * NOTE: The deadline for the Case Competition application has been extended until 3/25/14 at 11:59pm.
  • HP – Full Time

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    Name: HP
    Job – Strategic Procurement Analyst
    Primary Location – United States-Texas-Houston
    Schedule – Full-time
    Job Type – Early Career
    Shift – Day Job
    Travel – No
    Job Posting – Jul 11, 2014

    Description

    • Performs analytics, identifying reasons for minor issues, by applying knowledge of supply chain, rules, policies, and processes.
    • Lead analysis of specific commodity data and industry trends, reporting results to HP and Supplier management.
    • Reviews data and identifies issues or conclusions to report to more senior individual contributors.
    • Contributes to a project or cross-functional team as a member with peer reviewing role.
    • Supports senior team members by performing ground work analysis, used to create strategic supply chain solutions.
    • Reviews performance metrics on a regular basis, identifying opportunities for improvement
    • Participate in supplier selection and supply / supplier management activities for less complex product domains.
    • Works across multiple countries and businesses; regional or sub-regional engagement.
    • Assigned moderately complex project responsibilities.
    • Utilise Supply-Chain management and financial modeling tools
    • Decision-making limited to immediate function with minimal risk to the business.

    Qualifications
    Education and Experience Required

    • First level university degree or equivalent experience
    • Typically 2-4 years of experience in a supply chain function.

    Knowledge and Skills Required

    • Strong analytical skills.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of Excel, PowerPoint, Word, and Access.
    • Strong written and verbal communication and presentation skills; mastery in English and local language.
    • Ability to work on a team and collaborate across business units.
    • Developing business acumen, including understanding of HP’s overall business model.

    Here is the direct link: http://h30631.www3.hp.com/houston/supply-chain-and-operations/jobid5680572-strategic-procurement-analyst-jobs (Strategic Procurement Analyst).

    Candidates will need to apply at the HP Jobs site and fill out the form below. The requisition number is: #1295686.

    Your Name (required)

    Your Email (required)

    PeopleSoft

    Phone Number

    Submit Resume

    Wise Men Staffing – Sourcing Specialist

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    Name: TBD (Major Oil and Gas Company Downtown)
    Job – Sourcing Specialist
    Primary Location – United States-Texas-Houston
    Schedule – Full-time
    Job Type – Early Career
    Shift – Day Job

    Description

    • · Qualify suppliers, services, and goods based on predetermined criteria, focusing on minimum requirements
    • · Coordinate or lead sourcing strategies, commercial solutions and activities for the assigned category, which include, prioritization of sourcing initiatives, contracting strategies, negotiation strategy and execution, contract development, implementation planning, portfolio management
    • · Implement the “category management” processes to ensure communication and alignment of prioritized sourcing initiatives with internal stakeholders, understanding of market trends, supplier economics, assisting in legal challenges and contract finalization, while obtaining the lowest total cost solution through established key performance indicators.
    • · Lead or coach others as required in specific sourcing initiatives, commercial solutions e.g., develop sourcing plan, establish call for tenders and/or initiate direct negotiations with suppliers in support of the sourcing plan.
    • · Bachelor’s Degree in Logistics, Business and/or Engineering.



    If interested please fill out the form below.

    Your Name (required)

    Your Email (required)

    PeopleSoft

    Phone Number

    Submit Resume

    Bredero Shaw – Intern

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    Name: Bredero Shaw
    Job – Process Improvement
    Primary Location – United States-Texas-Houston
    Job Type – Early Career
    Shift – Day Job

    Description

    BrederoShaw Management is seeking interns with experience in Process Improvement and Technical Writing. Experience gained in the classroom will be accepted.

    Interns will work with Plant Management service areas process owners to review workflow, model processes, and document standard operating procedures. In addition, the analyst will conduct Process Improvement events and prepare reports in issues such as business continuity, service levels, bench-marking, etc. Must have strong facilitation, service planning and work flow management skills. This position requires excellent oral/written communication skills and proficiency in MS Office Suite, MS Visio, and MS Project.



    Responsibilities

    The Intern will be responsible for building relationships with plant staff and management, sustaining deliverables in a timely manner and proving full circle feedback throughout the team.



    Requirements

    Applicants must have strong facilitation, service planning and work flow management skills. Applicants would have completed basic supply chain classes including quality management and statistics. This position requires excellent oral/written communication skills and proficiency in MS Office Suite, & MS Visio. Preference is given to those with a Six Sigma Green/Yellow Belt.



    If interested please fill out the form below.

    Your Name (required)

    Your Email (required)

    PeopleSoft

    Phone Number

    Submit Resume

Events

Main Events

Note, the events start at 6PM and tend to end around 8PM and are subject to change.

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Descriptions

Our organization hopes to provide you opportunities to grow and accomplish your personal goals by hosting a variety of events throughout the semester. Below are brief descriptions of the various types, to help you find what attracts you the most.

A-Z Meetings

A-Z Meetings

Our A-Z Meeting is for students who are interested in learning more about the field of Supply Chain Management. The meeting involves a discussion led by Dr. Victor Wayhan as he outlines the degree requirements of the major as well as the different parts of Supply Chain that a student could be involved in. The meeting is an excellent way to discover if the major is right for you.

Note: A-Z Meeting is a prerequisite for our Student Development Program.

Bake Sales

Bake Sales

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ISM bake sales are events held three times a year at Melcher Hall during class hours. The purpose of these events is for fundraising, raising student awareness of the organization, and most importantly allowing members the opportunity to network informally in a context that puts them in close contact with other members and officers. Bake sales also give members the chance to invest a part of themselves in ISM’s efforts, whether it be donating time or offering up one of their culinary specialties. It is one of the few events held all day, allowing members the flexibility of contributing when it is most ideal.

Career Mixers

Career Mixers

397848_10151712237967018_79584489_nCareer Mixer are one of ISM Bauer’s main membership benefits. This enables our students to have direct access to Corporate Partners that are recruiting students for Internships and Full-time positions. All members have an equal chance of attending a mixer as long as they submit their resume on time in the correct SCM Major resume format to the Corporate Development Officer. Format of the Mixer: Each company sits at a round table. As you sit, you will meet and interview with the first company along with 5-7 other students. Each session is about ½ hour, and after the ½ hour elapses, you and your assigned group of 5-7 other students will move to the next table and meet with new company for another session. This process is repeated until your group has sat at every table.


Click here for requirements

General Meetings

General Meetings

525436_556283054383821_291322296_nGeneral Meetings (GM) are one of the main events of ISM Bauer. Each GM includes a guest speaker from a world renowned corporation to educate us about their companies culture, industry knowledge, and supply chain department. At the meeting food will be provided as well as a great opportunity to meet fellow SCM Major Students. We also encourage looking up information about the companies before hand to have good background knowledge and be able to ask relevant questions.

ISM-Houston Dinners

ISM-Houston Dinners

ISM Dinner meetings are held by our parent chapter at the Sheraton Hotel off of Highway 290 & I610. Held on the second Tuesday of every month @ 6:00 P.M., the events are an excellent networking opportunity as attendees hail from all over Houston and work in diverse fields. Members who attend are given a special discount on their meal and are treated to a guest speaker presentation.

Note: Members are required to RSVP for Dinner Meetings the Thursday before the event.

Philanthropy

Philanthropy

Philanthropy events are a way for us to give back to the community in which we live. It also gives us a way to interact with each other and improve teamwork skills. This year we have partnered with Trees for Houston, a local non-profit that plants trees at local schools, and parks to beautify the community an provide a greener healthier World.

Plant Tours

Plant Tours

8226983511_e79a994477_nBy attending plant tours you will have the opportunity to see each company’s processes and how they benefit the world. This is also a chance for you to learn how Supply Chain relates to every aspect of their business as well as a chance to ask specific questions about the company and the industry.

Tailgates

Tailgates

Part of being a Coog means supporting your team. The University of Houston has a long standing tradition of being the premiere Division I college football team in the Houston area. Tailgates are a way for you to interact with your fellow ISM members on game day in a fun and casual environment where we can come together to support our team. Tailgates will consist of snacks/beverages and music, and encourage networking opportunities outside of the classroom. What better way to spend your game day experience than with ISM Bauer?

Socials

Socials

At ISM, we believe effective networking is done face-to-face. Socials are hosted by ISM after each general meeting and give members an opportunity to meet the officer team while establishing long term relationships with fellow SCM majors. They are a great way to build solid connections throughout the industry.

Student Development Workshops

Student Development Workshops

534931_559485414063585_535387934_nISM Bauer’s Student Development Program, or SDP, is engineered to provide our student members at the University of Houston with relevant information in respect to professionalism, interview preparation, and the supply chain industry; while focusing on the development of interpersonal, or “soft”, skills. The SDP’s intent is to assist our student members during their transition from a college student to a young supply chain professional.

Workshop 1: Career Preparation Workshop – This workshop is geared towards helping students understand more about the attributes and values; while touching on resume help and focusing on professionalism.

Workshop 2: Career Management Workshop – This workshop is strictly focused on the supply chain industry, as well as some certificates that are available to improve our student’s supply chain knowledge; which will appeal to recruiters and hiring managers.

Workshop 3: Personal Presentations – This workshop is the capstone of our program. It is dedicated to our student member’s presentations, which allows them to demonstrate where they want their careers to go, but more importantly, what they have learned in the program.

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  • UH Core Requirements

    UH Core Requirements

    The University of Houston Core Curriculum is required for all undergrads enrolled at the University as of 2013-2014

    UH Core Courses & College Requirements [12 hrs]

    ENGL 1303 – Freshman Composition I ( 3 hrs)
    ENGL 1304 – Freshman Composition II (3 hrs)
    GENB 3302 – Connecting Bauer to Business (formerly GENB 2301; prerequisite: completion or concurrent
    enrollment in ENGL 1304) (3 hrs)
    PSYC 1300 or SOC 1300 – Intro to Psychology or Sociology (3 hrs)

    Additional UH Core Courses [24 hrs]

    HIST 1377 or HIST 1376 – The United States to 1877 (3 hrs)
    HIST 1378 or HIST 1379 – The United States since 1878 (3 hrs)
    POLS 1336 – US & Texas Constitutions & Politics (3 hrs)
    POLS 1337 – US Government: Congress, President & Courts (3 hrs)
    Humanities (3 hrs)
    Visual & Performing Arts (3 hrs)
    Natural Science (3 hrs)
    Natural Science ( 3 hrs)

    Bauer Pre-Business Courses

    Bauer Pre-Business Courses

    Pre-Business classes should be taken by undergraduates who have been accepted into the Bauer College of Business and have not declared a business major.

    Pre-Business Courses [21 hours with C grade or higher]

    MIS 3300 – Intro to Computers and MIS ( 3 hrs)
    MATH 1314 or 1431* – Calculus for Business (business cal) ( 3 hrs)
    MATH 1313 – Finite Mathematics (finite) ( 3 hrs)
    ACCT 2331 – Financial Accounting ( 3 hrs)
    ACCT 2332 – Managerial Accounting ( 3 hrs)
    ECON 2304 – Microeconomics (micro) ( 3 hrs)
    ECON 2305 – Macroeconomics (macro) ( 3 hrs)
    GENB 3302 – Connecting Bauer to Business (Gen B) ( 3 hrs)

    STAT 3331** – Statistical Analysis for Business Applications (Stats) ( 3 hrs)

    *Must complete prerequisite College Algebra (MATH 1310)
    ** Must be completed with a passing grade

    Bauer Advanced Business Courses

    Bauer Advanced Business Courses

    Advanced business classes are required for all business majors to complete. The do not have to be completed before taking your declared major classes. Make sure to file your degree plan before moving on to your major electives

    Advanced Business Courses [24 hrs]

    SCM 3301 – Service and Manufacturing Operations (Intro to SCM)(3 hrs)
    FINA 3332 – Principles of Finance (3 hrs)
    MANA 3335 – Introduction to Organizational Behavior and Management (Management) (3 hrs)
    MARK 3336 – Elements of Marketing Administration (Marketing w/ Cox) (3 hrs)
    MARK 3337 or COMM 3356 – Professional Selling or Business & Professional Speaking (comm) (3 hrs)
    INTB 3354 – Introduction to Global Business (3 hrs)
    INTB 3355 – Global Environment of Business (3 hrs)
    GENB 4350 – Business Law & Ethics (second Gen B, B Law) (3 hrs)

    Bauer Supply Chain Management Courses

    Bauer Supply Chain Management Courses

    These courses comprise the body of knowledge required of all supply chain majors, and they provide the foundation for students to specialize in one of three career-specific tracks:energy supply management, strategic sourcing, and business analytics.

    The Core (must take all 6)

    SCM 4301 – Logistics Management (3 hrs)
    SCM 4330 – Business Modeling & Analysis (spreadsheets, excel) (3 hrs)
    SCM 4350 – Strategic Supply Management (purchasing) (3 hrs)
    SCM 4362 – Demand & Supply Integration(3 hrs)
    SCM 4367 – Managing Productivity & Quality (quality) (3 hrs)
    SCM 4390 – Supply Chain Strategy (3 hrs)

    Certificates

    Certificates

    Students who demonstrate competence in these areas by taking specific electives beyond the core course requirements earn certificates that demonstrate to potential employers they have developed additional skills that many employers seek. The three certificate programs are:

    Strategic Sourcing

    SCM 4351 – Strategic Sourcing & Spend Analysis or MANA 4340 – Negotiations

    SCM 4380- Enterprise Resource Planning

    Analytics

    SCM 4380- Enterprise Resource Planning

    SCM 4397- Supply Chain Simulation & Analytics

    Energy Supply Management

    SCM 4302- Energy Supply Chain or FINA 4371 – Energy Val Chain

    SCM 4312- Project Mgmt. for Energy Industries

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Meet the Team

Your New Fall 2014 ISM Bauer Officers!

Cyrus Kotenai

Cyrus Kotenai

President

“Seek first to understand, then to be understood.”
-Stephen Covey-

Bilal Meziou

Bilal Meziou

Vice President

“In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure.”

Tohfe Beidas

Tohfe Beidas

VP of Corporate Dev.

“Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” – Dr. Seuss

Hannah Peña

Hannah Peña

VP of Finance

“Men, their rights, and nothing more; women, their rights, and nothing less.” -Susan B. Anthony

Katie Miranda

Katie Miranda

VP of Student Dev.

“Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful.” – Joshua J. Marine

Jonathan Eckerd

Jonathan Eckerd

VP of Alumni Relations

“Making others happy, through kindness of speech and sincerity of right advice, is a sign of true greatness.” – Paramahansa Yogananda

Hina Gadit

Hina Gadit

VP of Marketing

“I can accept failure, everyone fails at something. But I can’t accept not trying” -Michael Jordan

Anam Kader

Anam Kader

VP of Public Relations

“If you don’t go after what you want, you’ll never have it. If you don’t ask, the answer is always no. If you don’t step forward, you’re always in the same place.” – Nora Roberts

Murad Hadwan

Murad Hadwan

VP of Quality

“It is wrong to suppose that if you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it – a costly myth” – W. Edwards Deming

Ryan Stephens

Ryan Stephens

VP of Procurement

“An expert is a man who has made all the mistakes that can be made.”
Niels Bohr

Alejandro Castor

Alejandro Castor

VP of Logistics

“Life is ten percent what happens to you and ninety percent how you respond to it.” – Lou Holtz

Adnan Ratani

Adnan Ratani

VP of Campus Activities

“There is no such thing as a self made man. We are made up of thousands of others. Everyone who has ever done a kind deed for us, or spoken one word of encouragement to us, has entered into the make up of our character and of our thoughts, as well as our success -George Matthew Adams

Kelly Tough

Kelly Tough

VP of Communications

“Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.” – Thomas A. Edison

Gerardo Salgado

Gerardo Salgado

VP of Information Technology

“The greatest pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do.” -  Walter Bagehot

ISMgram: tag #ismbauer when using Instagram

Happy Tuesday from your IT and Marketing officer! We hope you're enjoying your summer so far! @hina_g @gsalgadojrIt's that time again, ISM Bauer stoles have finally came in. Graduation is only two days away, drop by our office to pick up your lovely stole! They are $20, cash only! .Say hello to your new officer team Flashback to the 80'sWe thank our alumni for coming out to the crawfish boil #ismalumsafter concert #neonsplashdash
You all are now officially #UHAlumnis We love you all! #TeamISM #Coogs ISM BanquetHere's to an ending of a great semester with a great team! ❤️have YOU bought your banquet ticket yet? Prices increase on Friday at 5pm!! This is an event you won't want to miss!! We will be celebrating all of our achievements from this semester and welcoming the new officer team! See you on April 25th!Dean Ramchand giving support to ISM #supplychain #gocoogs #bauerNeon Splash Dash ✳️
Some of our lovely graduating seniors at Dr. Wayhans party! A big congrats to all of you walking that stage tomorrow morning! #GoCoogs #SCM #UH #ISM #2014GradsSpring 2014 Banquet Get your KoolAid at our bakesale!!Crawfish Boil!Join ISM at the backdrum of Melcher until 4pm!! We have tapioca drinks, nachos, halal tacos, desserts, and kolaches!!#volunteering

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