Acknowledging our Faculty



To acknowledge the academic accomplishments of the University of Idaho faculty, the library recognizes faculty promotions and achievement of tenure by inserting a bookplate into a book that has special personal significance.

2014

Donna Gillespie, Extension Professor in the Southern District

  • I Dare You!, by William H. Danforth

Gary Austin, Professor of Landscape Architecture

  • Green Infrastructure for Landscape Planning, by Gary Austin

Karen Richel, Extension Associate Professor in the Northern District, with tenure

  • The Missing Semester, by Matt Kabala and Gene Natali, Jr.

John Anderson, Associate Professor of Virtual Technology and Design, with tenure.

  • Anatomy of Reality:┬áMerging of Intuition and Reason, by┬áJonas Salk

Vivek Utgikar, Professor of Chemical and Materials Engineering

  • Chemical Reaction Engineering Beyond the Fundamentals, by L.K. Doraiswamy and D. Uner

Stacey Camp, Associate Professor of Sociology and Anthropology, with tenure.

  • The Archaeology of Race and Racialization, by Charles Orser

Yunhyung Chung, Associate Professor of Business, with tenure

  • The People Make the Place: Dynamic Linkages between Individuals and Organizations, by D.B. Smith

Laura Sant, Extension Professor in the Eastern District

  • Eat, Drink & Be Mindful, by Susan Albers.

Robert Perret, Librarian with the rank of Associate Professor, with tenure

  • Five Novels of the 1960s and 70s, by Philip K. Dick

Barry Bilderback, Associate Professor of Music, with tenure

  • Drum Gahu: An Introduction to African Rhythm, by David Locke

Angelique EagleWoman, Professor of Law

  • Mastering American Indian Law, by Angelique EagleWoman & Stacy Leeds

SeAnne Safaii, Associate Professor of Family and Consumer Sciences, with tenure

  • The Blue Zones, by Dan Buettner

Tanya Miura, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences, with tenure

  • The Coming Plague, by Laurie Garrett.

Benjamin Barton, Associate Professor of Psychology and Communication Studies, with tenure

  • The Compleat Academic : A Career Guide, by John M. Darley

Pedram Rezamand, Associate Professor of Animal and Veterinary Science, with tenure

  • Animal Nutrition, by L. A. Maynard and J. K. Loosli

Phillip Wharton, Research Associate Professor of Plant, Soil, and Entomological Sciences, with tenure

  • The Potato: Botany, Production and Uses, by Roy Navarre

Jodi Johnson-Maynard, Research Professor of Plant, Soil, and Entomological Sciences.

  • Earthworms: Their Ecology and Relationships with Soils and Land Use, by Kenneth Ernest Lee

2013

Jay McCormack, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering

  • Undaunted Courage: Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, and the Opening of the American West, by Stephen E. Ambrose

D. Eric Aston, Professor of Chemical Engineering.

  • Fearfully Made: Prequel to the Ellari Invasion, by D. E. Aston

Robert Ely, Associate Professor of Mathematics, with tenure.

  • Concluding Unscientific Postrscript to the Philisophical Crumbs, by Soren Kierkegaard

Amber Moore, Extension Associate Professor of Plant, Soil, and Entomological Sciences, with tenure.

  • Western Fertilizer Handbook, by the California Fertilizer Association

Ramirose Attebury, Librarian with the rank of Associate Professor, with tenure.

  • T'was the Night Before Round-up, by Nancy Garhan Attebury

Mikaela Marlow, Associate Professor of Psychology and Communication Studies, with tenure.

  • Race, power, and language criticism: The case of Hawai'I, by Mikaela Marlow

Indrajit Charit, Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering.

  • An Introductrion to Nuclear Materials: Fundamentals and Applications, by K. Linga Murty and indarajit Charit

Rod Hill, Professor of Animal and Veterinary Science

  • Feed Efficiency in the Beef Industry, by Wily Blackwell

Alistair Smith, Associate Professor of Forest, Rangeland, and Fire Sciences, with tenure.

  • What do you care what other people think?: Futher adventures of a curious characther, by Richard P. Feynman

Darryl Woolley, Associate Professor of Accounting, with tenure

  • Cry, the Beloved Country, by Alan Paton

Ariel Agenbroad, Extension Associate Professor, in the Southern District, with tenure

  • Pests of the Garden and Small Farm: a Grower's Guide to Using Less Pesticide, by Mary Louise Flint

Matthew Wappett, Research Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction

  • Reading Resistance: Discourses of Exclusion in Desegration and Inclusion Debates, by Connor and Beth Ferri

Anne Kern, Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction, with tenure

  • Igniting the Sparkle, by Greg Cajete

Anthony Davis, Associate Professor of Forest, Rangeland, and Fire Sciences, with tenure

  • The Drunken Botanist, by Amy Stewart

2012

Denise J. Bennett, senior instructor of journalism and mass media, granted tenure,

  • Full Metal Jacket Diary, by Matthew Modine

Annemarie Bridy, associate professor of law, granted tenure

  • Interop: The Promise and Perils of Highly Interconnected Systems, by John Palfreya dnUrs Gasser.

Kathryn Canfield-Davis, promoted to associate professor of leadership and counseling, with tenure.

  • An Unfinished Life: John F. Kennedy, 1917-1963, by Robert Dallek

Angelique Eaglewoman, associate professor of law, granted tenure

  • Waterlily, by Ella Cara Deloria

Patrick F. Gillham, promoted to associate professor of sociology and anthropology, with tenure

  • The Protestant Ethic and the "Spirit" of Capitalism and Other Writings, by Max Weber, Edited and translated by Peter Baehr and Gordon C. Wells.

Luke Harmon, promoted to associate professor of biolgoical sciences, with tenure

  • Lizards in an Evolutionary Tree, Jonathan B. Losos, Forward by Harry W. Greene

Marvin Heimgartner, promoted to senior instructor of biological and agricultural engineering

  • The Grapes of Wrath, by John Steinbeck

Ann Hoste, promoted to professor of theatre arts, with tenure

  • Costume Design: Techniques of Modern Masters, by Lyn Pecktal

Benjamin A. Hunter, promoted to librarian with the rank of associate professor, with tenure

  • The Highland Bagpipe: Music, History, Tradition, by Joshua Dickson

Jerrold A. Long, associate professor of law, granted tenure

  • To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee

Tony McCammon, promoted to extension associate professor in the southern district, with tenure

  • Native American Ethnobotany, by Daniel E. Moerman

Sandra McCurdy, promoted to professor of family and consumer sciences

  • The Jungle, by Upton Sinclair

Gordon K. Murdoch, promoted to associate professor of animal and veterinary science, with tenure

  • Duke's Physiology of Domesitc Animals, 12th ed., William O. Reece

Andrew Nutting, promoted to associate professor of business, with tenure

  • Prince of the City, by Robert Daley

Nora Olsen, promoted to professor of plant, soil and entomological sciences

  • The Potato Crop, edited by Paul Harris

Joey Peutz, promoted to extension professor in the southern district

  • Ellen Swallow: The Woman Who Founded Ecology, by Robert Clarke

Jason C. Porter, promoted to associate professor of accounting, with tenure

  • The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable, by Patrick Lencioni

Kelly Quinnett, promoted to professor of theater arts

  • An Actor's Work, by Constantine Stanislavski

Jeffrey Seegmiller, promoted to associate professor of movement sciences, with tenure

  • Wall and Melzack's Textbook of Pain, by Stephen McMahon and Martin Koltzenburg 

Glenn E. Shewmaker, promoted to professor of plant, soil and entomological sciences

  • Pasture and Grazing Management in the Northwest, by Glenn E. Shewmaker and Mylen G. Bohle

Rebecca J. Tallent, promoted to associate professor of journalism and mass media, with tenure

  • The New Media Nation: Indiginous Peoples and Global Communication, by Valerie Alia

Randall Teal, promoted to associate professor of architecture and interior design, with tenure

  • Project Japan: Metabolism Talks, by Rem Koolhaas and Hans Ulruchh Obrist

J. D. Wulfhorst, promoted to professor of agricultural economics and rural sociology

  • Days of Grace: A Memoir, by Arthur Ashe and Arnold Rampersad

F. Martin Ytreberg, promoted to associate professor of physics, with tenure

  • The Statistical Physics of Biomolecules: An Introduction, by Daniel M.Zuckerman


2011

Zaid Abdo, promoted to associate professor of mathematics, with tenure

  • Bayesian Data Analysis, Gelman, Carlin, Stern and Rubin

Eric Brauns, promoted to associate professor of chemistry, with tenure

  • Principles of Nonlinear Optical Spectroscopy, Shaul Mukamel

Matthew Brehm, promoted to associate professor of architecture and interior design, with tenure

  • Sketching and Rendering in Pencil, Arthur L. Guptill

Kenneth Cain, promoted to professor of fish and wildlife resources

  • A River Runs Through It, Norman Maclean

Luke Erickson, promoted to associate Extension professor and eastern district Extension educator, with tenure

  • As We Forgive Our Debtors: Bankruptcy and Consumer credit in America, Sullivan, Westbrook and Warren

Daniel Eveleth, promoted to professor of business

  • Sources of Power: How People Make Decisions, Gary Klein

Timothy Ewers, promoted to associate Extension professor in state 4-H, with tenure

  • The Demon-Haunted World: As a Candle in the Dark, Carl Sagan

Fuchang Gao, promoted to professor of matehmatics

  • Interpolation and Sidon Sets for Compact Groups, Graham, Colin C., Hare, Kathryn E.

Leonard Garrison, promoted to associate professor of music, with tenure

  • Peter van Munster, Repertoire Catalog for Piccolo, Alto Flute, and Bass Flute, Riverberi Sonori, publisher

Linda Gossett, promoted to Extension professor and southern district Extension educator

  • Nutrition: Concepts and Controversies, Frances Sizer and Ellie Whitney

Terrance Grieb, promoted to professor of business

  • The Financial Crises of Our Time, Robert W. Kolb

Leontina Hormel, promoted to associate professor of sociology and anthropology, with tenure

  • Karl Marx's Capital, Volume One, Vintage publishers

Aaron Johnson, promoted to associate professor of agricultural economics and rural sociology, with tenure

  • Handbook of Industrial Organization, Volume 3, Armstrong and Porter

Simon Kattenhorn, promoted to professor of geological sciences

  • Europa, Pappalrado, Pappalardo, R.T., McKinnon, W.B., Khurana, K., editors

Brian Kennedy, promoted to associate professor of fish and wildlife resources, with tenure

  • The Diversity of Fishes, Helfman, Collette, Facey and Bowen

Michael Kroth, promoted to associate professor of leadership and counseling, with tenure

  • Catch-22, Joseph Heller

Torrey Lawrence, promoted to professor of music

  • Guide to the Tuba Repertoire: The New Tuba Source Book, Morris, Daniel Perantoni

Anne Marshall, promoted to professor of architecture and interior design

  • Kevin Roche: Architecture as Environment, Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen

Lee Ostrom, promoted to professor of engineering

  • Out of a Silent Planet, C.S. Lewis

Andrzej Paszczynski, promoted to professor of microbiology, molecular biology and biochemistry

  • Bacillus: Cellular and Molecular Biology, Peter Graumann, editor

Timothy Prather, promoted to professor of plant, soil and entomological sciences

  • Management of Invasive Weeds, Inderjit, Editor

Elizabeth Price, promoted to associate professor of family and consumer sciences, with tenure

  • Mind in the Making: the Seven Essential Life Skills Every Child Needs, Ellen Galinsky

Sandra Reineke, promoted to associate professor of political science, with tenure

  • Second Sex, Simone Beauvoir

Rochelle Smith, promoted to librarian with the rank of associate professor, with tenure

  • Greenwood Encyclopedia of Folktales and Fairy Tales

Nancy Sprague, promoted to librarian with the rank of associate professor, with tenure

  • Age of Wonder: how the romantic generation discovered the beauty and terror of science, Richard Holmes

Daniel Strawn, promoted to professor of plant, soil and entomological sciences

  • The Chemistry of Soils, Garrison Sposito

Alan Williams, associate professor of law, granted tenure

  • War and Peace, Tolstoy, translated by Richard Pevear


2010

Fred Barlow, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, with tenure

  • Ceramic Interconnect Technology Handbook, F. Barlow and A. Elshabini, editors, 2007.

Kim Barnes, Professor of English

  • As Eve said to the Serpent:  On  Landscape, Gender, and Art, by Rebecca Solnit

Charlene Byington, Senior Instruction Instructor and Eastern District Extension Educator 

  • How to Get your Kid to Eat, But Not Too Much, by Ellyn Satter

I. Francis Cheng, Professor of Chemistry

  • Science and Christianity:  Conflict or Coherence?

Barbara Cosens, Professor of Law

  • A River Runs Through It, by Norman Maclean

Raymond Dezzani, Associate Professor of Geography, with tenure

  • Empire, by Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri

Gregory Donohoe, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • Age of Wonder:  How Romantic Generation Discovered of the Beauty and Terror of Science, by Richard Holmes

Paul Gessler, Professor of Forest Resources

  • Geomorphometry: Concepts, Software, Applications. 2009, Edited by T. Hengl and H. Rueter.

Lyle Hansen, Associate Extension Professor and Southern District Extension Educator, with tenure

  • Work Less, Live More (The Way to Semi-Retirement), and the accompanying workbook, by Bob Clyatt

Patricia Hart, Associate Professor of Journalism and Mass Media

  • Mountains Beyond Mountains, Tracey Kidder

Lori Higgins, Associate Professor of Sociology and Rural Community Development, with tenure

  • We Make the Road by Walking, by Myles Horton and Paulo Friere

Ronda Hirnyck, Extension Professor and Southern District Extension Educator

  • The Unsettling of America:  Culture and Agriculture, by Wendell Berry

Laura Holyoke, Associate Professor of Adult, Career and Technology Education, with tenure

  • Leadership without Easy Answers,  by Ronald Heifetz

Zonglie Hong, Associate Professor of Microbiology, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, with tenure

  • Cell Division Control in Plants, by DPS Verma and Z. Hong

Kathleen Kavanagh, Professor of Forest Resources

  • Introduction to Scientific Programming and Simulation Using R, by Owen Jones, Robert Maillardet, and Andrew Robinson

Karen Launchbaugh, Professor of Rangeland Ecology

  • Wild Rangelands:  Conserving Wildlife While Maintaining Livestock in Semi-Arid Ecosystems. Johan du Toit, Richard Kock and James Deutsch (editors).

Scott Minnich, Professor of Microbiology, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry

  • The Eighth Day of Creation:  The Makers of the Revolution in Biology, 1996, by Horace Freeland Judson

Romn Montoto, Associate Professor of Architecture, with tenure

  • Questions of Space:  Lectures on Architecture, by Bernard Tschumi

Daniel Orozco, Associate Professor of English, with tenure

  • The Complete Sherlock Holmes, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Dev Shrestha, Associate Professor of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, with tenure             

  • Bioenergy and Biofuel from Biowastes and Biomass, by Samir K. Khanal, Rao Y. Surampalli, Tian C. Zhang                 Buddhi P. Lamsal, R.d. Tyagi, C.M. Kao

Michael Thornton, Professor of Plant Science

  • Potato Production Systems:  A Comprehensive Guide for Potato Production, edited by Jeff Stark and Stephen Love

Akira Tokuhiro, Professor of Mechanical Engineering

  • Bachs Changing World:  Voices in the Community, by Carol Baron

Gregory Turner-Rahman, Associate Professor of Art and Design, with tenure

  • Making Comics, by Scott McCloud

Joan West, Professor of Foreign Languages and Literatures

  • Cinema and the Second Sex:  Womens Filmmaking in France in the 1980s and 1990s, by Carrie Tar with Brigitte Rollet

Frank Wilhelm, Associate Professor of Limnology, with tenure

  • Restoration and Management of Lakes and Reservoirs,  2005, 3rd edition, by G. Dennis Cooke, Eugene B. Welch, Spencer Peterson, and Stanley A. Nichols         

Juliet Windes, Associate Professor of Crop Management, with tenure

  • Wheat Science and Trade, by Brett Carver


2009

Gustavo Arrizabalaga, Associate Professor of Microbiology, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, with tenure

  • Forgotten People, Forgotten Diseases: The Neglected Tropical Diseases and Their Impact on Global Health and Development

Lori Baker-Eveleth, Associate Professor of Business, with tenure

  • The Great Good Place:  Cafes, Coffee Shops, Bookstores, Bars, Hair Salons, and other Hangouts at the Heart of a Community

Randall Brooks, Extension Professor and Clearwater County Extension Educator

  • Alive and Kicking, by Rolf Benirschke

Mireille Chahine, Associate Professor of Animal and Veterinary Science, with tenure

  • Biology of Lactation, (INRA)

Steven Chandler, Professor of English

  • Cultivating Humanity:  A Classical Defense of Reform in Liberal Education

Barbara Cosens, Associate Professor of Law, with tenure

  • Beyond the Hundredth Meridian: John Wesley Powell and the Second Opening of the West

Benjamin Eborn, Associate Extension Professor and Teton County Extension Educator, with tenure

  • Book of Mormon

Kenneth Hart, Extension Professor and Lewis County Extension Educator

  • This House of Sky:  Landscapes of a Western Mind

Brian Hopper, Licensed Psychologist with rank of Associate Professor, with tenure

  • Harry Stack Sullivan:  Interpersonal theory and psychotherapy

Jill Johnson, Associate Professor of Microbiology, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, with tenure

  • The Eighth Day of Creation:  The makers of the revolution in biology (25th Anniversary Edition)

Rhea Lanting, Extension Professor and Twin Falls Extension Educator

  • Intuitive Eating

George Newcombe, Professor of Forest Resources

  • Rust Diseases of Willow and Poplar

Michael ORourke, Professor of Philosophy

  • Studies in the Way of Words

Barrie Robison, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences, with tenure

  • Genetics and Analysis of Quantitative Traits

Vern Sielert, Associate Professor of Music, with tenure

  • Hotter than That: The Trumpet, Jazz and American Culture

Adam Sowards, Associate Professor of History, with tenure

  • The Humboldt Current

Judith Steciak, Professor of Mechanical Engineering

  • Combustion Physics by C.K. Law

Deborah L. Stenkamp, Professor of Biological Sciences

  • Angle of Repose

Chris Thompson, Associate Professor of Music, with tenure

  • Die Fledermaus, By Johann Strauss, Jr. (Musical score)

Lisette Waits, Professor of Fish and Wildlife Resources

  • Interdisciplinary Research: Process and Theory

Hong Wang, Professor of Mathematics

  • Modern Graph Theory, Bela Bollobas

Nancy Young, Reference Librarian with the rank of Professor

  • Caddie Woodlawn


2008

Ahmed Abedel-Rahim, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, with tenure

  • Access to Destinations

Nathan Bender, Head, Special Collections with rank of Professor, granted tenure

  • Mountain Man; a novel of male and female in the Early American West

Christine A. Berven, Associate Professor of Physics, with tenure

  • Transport in Nanostructures

Jan Boll, Professor of Biological and Agricultural Engineering

  • Hydrology:  An Introduction by Wilfried Brutsaert

Bradford Brown, Extension Professor of Soil Science and Crop Management

  • American Society of Agronomy Monograph No. 30, 2nd ed., Irrigation of Agricultural Lands

Shauna Corry, Associate Professor of Architecture, with tenure

  • Interior Design:  Practical Strategies for Teaching and Learning (2008)

Traci Craig, Associate Professor of Psychology, with tenure

  • Never a Dull Moment: Teaching and the Art of Performance

Gregory Donohoe, Research Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, granted tenure

  • Digital Image Processing, 3rd ed.

Sandra Evenson, Professor of Family and Consumer Sciences

  • Dress Sense:  Emotional and Sensory Experiences of the Body and Clothes

Michael Greenlee, Access Services/Reference Law Librarian with rank of Associate Professor, with tenure

  • Peace is Every Step

Ronda Hirnyck, Associate Extension Professor and Extension Educator, granted tenure

  • Sand County Almanac

Karen Humes, Professor of Geography

  • Earth in Mind: On Education, Environment, and the Human Prospect, 2nd ed.

Mary Ann Judge, Senior Instructor of English, granted tenure

  • Heavens Coast

Sherry McKibben, Associate Professor of Architecture, with tenure

  • Ecocities

John Mihelich, Associate Professor of Sociology and Anthropology, with tenure

  • The Sacred Canopy:  Elements of a Sociological Theory of Religion

James Nagler, Professor of Zoology

  • The Freshwater Fishes of British Columbia

Scott Nuismer, Associate Professor of Biology, with tenure

  • A Biologists Guide to Mathematical Modeling in Ecology and Evolution

Madison Powell, Associate Professor of Animal and Veterinary Science, with tenure

  • The Old Man and the Sea

Steve Saladin, Licensed Psychologist with rank of Professor

  • Handbook of Psychological Assessment, 4th ed.

John Sullivan, Professor of Zoology

  • Origin of the Species

Akira Tokuhiro, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, granted tenure

  • The Doctors Wife

Eva Top, Professor of Biological Sciences

  • The Fair Face of Flanders

Kerri Vierling, Associate Professor of Wildlife Resources, with tenure

  • The Five People you Meet in Heaven

Lee Vierling, Associate Professor of Spatial Ecology, with tenure

  • To Kill a Mockingbird

Barbara Williams, Associate Professor of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, with tenure

  • Applied Fluid Mechanics


2007

D. Eric Aston, Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering, with tenure

  • Atomic Force Microscopy, Scanning Nearfield Optical Microscopy and Nanoscratcing: Application to Rough and Natural Surfaces

John C. Crepeau, Professor of Mechanical Engineering

  • Hydrodynamic Stability

Charles W. Gagel, Associate Professor of Professional Technical & Technology Education, granted tenure

  • The Education Gospel: The Economic Power of Schooling

Donna Gillespie, Associate Extension Professor and Extension Educator, with tenure

  • The Horse Interlude

Dale T. Graden, Professor of History

  • The Overthrow of Colonial Slavery 1776-1848

Gregory J. Halloran, Associate Professor of Dance, with tenure

  • Doris Humphrey: The Collected Works Volume 1

Klaus Jorde, Professor of Civil Engineering, granted tenure

  • Renewable Energy

Axel W. Krings, Professor of Computer Science

  • Probability and Statistics with Reliability, Queuing, and Computer Science Applications

J. David Lee-Painter, Professor of Theatre & Film

  • With our Good Will: 30 Years of Shakespeare in Idaho

David McIlroy, Professor of Physics

  • Ceramic Materials: Science and Engineering

Russell A. Miller, Associate Professor of Law, granted tenure

  • Transboundary Harm in International Law: Lessons from the Trail Smelter Arbitration

Michael P. Nelson, Associate Professor of Philosophy

  • The Pine Island Paradox

Sarah M. Nelson, Associate Professor of Foreign Languages & Literatures, with tenure

  • Collins-Robert French-English Dictionary

Laura L. Sant, Associate Extension Professor & Extension Educator, with tenure

  • Intuitive Eating

Kathleen J. Tifft, Associated Extension Professor & Nez Perce County Extension Educator, with tenure

  • A Framework of Understanding Poverty or Bridges out of Poverty



2006

Diane Armpriest, Associate Professor of Architecture, with tenure

  • Building construction: Principles, Materials & Systems

Leah Bergman, Associate Professor of Physics, with tenure

  • Metal Oxide Chemistry and Synthesis: From Solution to Solid State

Robert Caisley, Associate Professor of Theatre & Film, with tenure

  • Subsequent Performances

Lisa J. Carlson, Professor of Political Science

  • Arms and Influence

Sanford Eigenbrode, Professor of Entomology

  • Insects and the Plant Surface

Jerry Fairley, Associate Professor of Hydrogeology

  • Don Quixote

Fritz Fiedler, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, with tenure

  • To Kill a Mockingbird

Robert Heckendorn, Associate Professor of Computer Science, with tenure

  • Ishmael

Herbert Hess, Professor of Electrical Engineering

  • Switching Power Supply Design, Second Edition

Rod Hill, Associate Professor of Growth Biology, with tenure

  • Biology of Growth of Domestic Animals

Armando McDonald, Professor of Forest Products, with tenure

  • Wood Modification: Chemical, Thermal and Other Processes

Nils Olof Pellmyr, Professor of Biology

  • Annals of the Former World

Richard Seamon, Professor of Law, with tenure

  • Marcel Proust, Remembrance of Things Past

Markus Tuller, Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics, with tenure

  • Soil-Water-Solute Process CharacterizationAn Integrated Approach

Cheri Vasek, Associate Professor of Theatre & Film, with tenure

  • Miodrag Tabacki

Richard Wells, Professor of Electrical Engineering

  • Critique of Pure Reason by Immanuel Kant (Cambridge Edition)

J.D. Wulfhorst, Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics, with tenure

  • Building Sustainable Communities, Environmental Justice & Global Citizenship



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