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counselor education.



Educational Research, Leadership and Counselor Education
Degrees Offered:



Program Title


Ph.D.


Ed.D.


M.S.


M.A.


Master
of


M.Ed.


Agency Counseling






Y






Y


Counselor Education


Y




Y






Y


Educational Administration and Supervision




Y










Educational Research and Policy Analysis


Y












School Administration










Y





GRADUATE FACULTY

S. B. Baker, Head of the Department



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Director of Graduate Programs:

E. R. Gerler Jr., Box 7801, 515.5975, [email protected]
R. C. Serow, Box 7801, 515.1766, [email protected]

Professors: J. A. Anderson, S. B. Baker, E. R. Gerler Jr., L. K. Jones, T. L. Robinson, R. C.
Serow, R. G. Taylor Jr.; Professors Emeriti: B. G. Beezer, C. J. Dolce, E. MacPhail-Wilcox, N.
A. Sprinthall; Associate Professors: P. F. Bitting, H. A. Exum, W. J. Johnston; Associate
Professors Emeriti: J. G. McVay; Assistant Professors: K. H. Brinson Jr., R. A. Rolle, S. Ting;
Visiting Assistant Professors: E. Freeman, R. L. Haley, P. A. Hessling; /l<//MncMssK/a/i/
Professors: W. C. Harrison

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS OF THE PROGRAM

Professors: C. K. Coe, D. M. Daley, D. C. Locke, J. H. Svara; Associate Professors: E.
O'SulIivan, J. E. Swiss

Admission Requirements: Requirements include a 3.00 average (4.00 scale) in the junior and
senior years of the undergraduate program and one year of work experience in a human services
capacity. The best-qualified applicants will be accepted up to the number of spaces that are
available for new students. Exceptions to the minimum grade-point average and work experience
requirements may be made for students with special backgrounds, abilities and interests.

Admission requirements for the Ph.D. program include, in addition to the general admission
requirements, a 48-semester-hour master's degree, the completion of a work sample and a personal
interview.

Master's Degree Requirements: A minimum of 48 semester hours are required in all master's
degree tracks.

Doctoral Degree Requirements: Approximately 66 semester hours of required course work in
the Ph.D. program in counselor education includes courses in research, behavioral sciences
foundation, counselor education theory and professional application.

Other Relevant Information: The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related
Educational Programs (CACREP), a specialized accrediting body recognized by the Council on
Post-secondary Accreditation (COPA), has conferred accreditation to the following program areas
in the Department of Educational Research, Leadership and Counselor Education: student
development in higher education (M.S., M.Ed.) and the Ph.D. program in counselor education.
These program area have admission and curriculum requirements that conform to CACREP
standards. The school counseling and community/agency tracks (M.S., M.Ed.) are CACREP-like
in preparation for being accredited by CACREP.

GRADUATE COURSES

ECD 510 Introduction to Counseling.

ECD 524 Career Counseling and Development.

ECD 525 Cross Cultural Counseling.

ECD 530 Theories and Techniques of Counseling.

ECD 533 Guidance and Counseling in the Secondary Schools.

ECD 534 Guidance and Counseling in Elementary and Middle Schools.



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ECD 535 Student Development in Higher Education.

BCD 536 Community Service Agencies.

ECD 539 Group Counseling.

ECD(WGS) 540 Gender Issues in Counseling.

ECD 543 The American College Student.

ECD 560 Research and Assessment in Counseling.

ECD 590 Special Problems.

ECD 620 Special Problems in Guidance.

ECD 640 Prepracticum m Counseling.

ECD 641 Introductory Practicum in Counseling.

ECD 642 Practicum in Counseling.

ECD 651 Internship in School Counseling.

ECD 652 Internship in College Student Development.

ECD 653 Internship in Agency Counseling.

ECD 666 Observation and Supervised Field Work.

ECD 692 Master's Research Project.

ECD 693 Master's Supervised Research.

ECD 695 Master's Thesis Research.

ECD 696 Summer Thesis Research.

ECD 699 Master's Thesis Preparation.

ECD 731 Career Development Theory and Research.

ECD 733 Cognitive-behavioral Theory, Research and Practice.

ECD 735 Counseling Supervision: Theory and Research.

ECD 737 Cognitive-developmental Theory, Research and Practice.

ECD 738 Research in Counselor Education.

ECD 740 Advanced Psycho-social Identity Development: Race, Gender and Culture.

ECD 790 Special Problems.

ECD 820 Special Problems.

ECD 843 Advanced Counseling Practicum.

ECD 847 Counseling Supervision: Practicum.

ECD 850 Internship in Counselor Education.

ECD 860 Professional Issues in Counseling.

ECD 885 Doctoral Supervised Teaching.

ECD 886 Supervised Practice Teaching in Counselor Education.

ECD 890 Doctoral Preliminary Examination.

ECD 892 Doctoral Research Project.

ECD 893 Doctoral Supervised Research.

ECD 895 Doctoral Dissertation Research.

ECD 896 Summer Dissertation Research,

ECD 899 Doctoral Dissertation Preparation

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Degrees Offered:



Program Title


Ph.D.


Ed.D.


M.S.


M.A.


Master
of


M.Ed.


i Computer Engineering


Y




Y






Electrical Engineering


Y




Y


1





GRADUATE FACULTY

J. J. Grainger, Head of the Department



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Director of Graduate Programs:

R. T. Kuehn, Box 791 1, 515.5090, [email protected]

Distinguished Professor: N. A. Masnari

Distinguished University Professor: B. J. Baliga

Distinguished University Research Professor: D. L. Bitzer

Graduate Alumni Distinguished Professor: S. M. Bedair, J. B. O'Neal, Jr.

Professors: W. E. Alexander, G. L. Bilbro, P. D. Franzon, T. H. Glisson Jr., J. J. Grainger, J. R.
Hauser, J. F. Kauffrnan, K. W. Kim. R. M. Kolbas, M. A. Littlejohn, W. Liu, T. K. Miller III, H.
T. Nagle Jr., A. A. J. Nilsson, C. M. Osbum, M. C. Ozturk, S. A. Rajala, W. E. Snyder, M. B.
Steer, J. K. TowTisend, H. J. Trussell, J. J. Wortman; Visiting Professors: F. Brglez, W. C. Holton,
J. W. Mink; Adjunct Professors: R. K. Cavin III, M. Dutta, R. Luo; Professors Emeriti: L. K.
Monteith, A. Reisman, D. R. Rhodes, M. A. Strocsio; Associate Professors: S. T. Alexander, M.
Chow, T. M. Conte, E. F. Gehringer, E. Grant, B. L. Hughes, A. W. Kelley, A. Mortazawi, D. S.
Reeves, I. Viniotis. M. W. White; I isiting Associate Professors: J. J. Brickley, T. L. Mitchell;
Adjunct Associate Professors: J. R. Burke. R. S. Gyurcsik, S. S. Lee, D. Temple; Associate
Professors Emeriti: G. F. Bland, W. C. Peterson; Assistant Professors: M. E. Baran, G. T. Byrd,
A. G. Dean, A. Duel-Hallen, A. E. Eichenberger, C. S. Gloster Jr., H. Krim, G. Lazzi, V. Misra, E.
Rotenberg, Z. Zhang; Visiting Assistant Professors: W. D. Allen, R. T. Kuehn, J. F. Muth, D. G.
Yu; Adjunct Assistant Professors: L. J. Bottomley, J. M. Conrad, D. L. Dreifus, A. Montalvo, A.
S. Moms III, A. J. Rindos III, P. I. Santago, J. C. Sutton III, E. M. Vogel, K. V. Vu. C. K.
Williams, M. S. Yousif; Interinstitutional Faculty: J. H. Kim, R. Z. Makki

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS OF THE PROGRAM

Professors: J. Narayan, E. W. Davis, Jr., S. Khorram, D. F. McAllister, H. G. Perros, J. F.
Schetzina, K. Tai, M. A. V. Vouk; Associate Professors: M. F. M. Stallmann

Admissions Requirements: Admission to the M.S. program requires a B.S. in electrical
engineenng, computer engineering or computer science, an overall undergraduate GPA of at least
3.5, The minimum acceptable TOEFL score for admission to the M.S. program is 575. Admission
is fiirther limited by available room in the elected program of study and meeting the minimum
above requirements alone does not guarantee admission.

Admission to the Ph.D. program requires a B.S. or M.S. in electrical engineering, computer
engineering or computer science with an overall GPA of at least 3.5. (NOTE: Only exceptional
students are admitted without first having an M.S. degree.) The minimum acceptable TOEFL
score for admission to the Ph.D. program is 625. Admission is further limited by available room in
the elected program of study, and meeting the minimum requirements as given above does not
guarantee admission.

Master's Degree Requirements: A thesis is optional. Students electing the Option B non-thesis
option must meet core course requirements and have at least six credit hours of 600-level ECE
courses.

Doctoral Degree Requirements: Approximately 42 credit hours are required beyond the M.S.
degree or 72 credit hours beyond the B.S. degree. A minimum of 21 of the 42 credit hours or a
minimum of 45 of the 72 credit hours must be in scheduled courses. A minor is not required but



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may be elected. Additional course restrictions apply if a minor is not elected.

The department wishes to evaluate a Ph.D. student's research potential as quickly as possible.
Consequently, all Ph.D. students are required to pass a qualifying review before the end of their
third semester of study. This review is based on the student's academic performance to date and
the results of a project with one of their committee members. Results are presented to the
committee in both written and oral form. Based on this review, the committee will decide if the
student may continue in the Ph.D. program.

Student Financial Support: The department offers financial support to qualified students in the
form of teaching assistantships, research assistantships, fellowships and tuition remission.

GRADUATE COURSES

ECE(CSC) 506 Architecture of Parallel Computers.

ECE(CSC) 510 Software Engineering.

ECE(CSC) 517 Object-oriented Languages and Systems.

ECE 520 Digital ASIC Design.

ECE 521 Computer Design and Technology.

ECE 549 RF Design for Wireless.

ECE(PY) 552 Introduction to the Structure of Solids.

ECE(CSC) 570 Computer Networks.

ECE(CSC) 572 Introduction to Computer Communications.

ECE(CSC) 573 Internetwork Protocols and Architectures.

ECE(CSC) 576 Telecommunications Systems Engineenng.

ECE(CSC,OR) 579 Introduction to Computer Performance Modeling.

ECE 591 Special Topics in Electrical Engineering

ECE 592 Special Topics in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

ECE 633 Individual Topics in Electncal Engineering.

ECE 634 Individual Studies in Electrical Engineering.

ECE 685 Master's Supervised Teaching.

ECE 693 Master's Supervised Research.

ECE 695 Master's Thesis Research.

ECE 699 Master's Thesis Preparation.

ECE 703 Instrumentation Circuits.

ECE 704 Lxjgic Design for Testability.

ECE 71 1 Analog Electronics.

ECE 712 Analog VLSI.

ECE 713 Digital Signal Processing.

ECE 714 Random Processes.

ECE 715 Digital Communications.

ECE 716 System Control Engineering.

ECE (MAE.TE) 717 Multivariate Linear Systems Theory.

ECE 718 Computer-aided Circuit Analysis.

ECE 719 Microwave Circuits Design.

ECE 722 Electronic Properties of Solid-state Materials.

ECE 723 Optical Properties of Semiconductors.

ECE 724 Electronic Properties of Solid-state Devices.

ECE 725 Optical Signal Processing.

ECE 726 Advanced Feedback Control.

ECE(PY) 727 Semiconductor Thin Films Technology.

ECE 728 Preparation of Electronic Matenals.

ECE 729 Growth of Thin Films from the Vapor Phase.

ECE 730 Physical Electronics.

ECE 731 Principles of Transistor Devices.

ECE 732 Principles of Microwave Circuits.

ECE 733 Digital Electronics.

ECE 734 Switchmode DC-to-DC Converters.



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ECE 735 Advanced Solid-state Device Theory.

ECE 736 Power System Stability and Control.

ECE 737 Charactenzation of High-speed Devices.

ECE 738 Integrated Circuits Technology and Fabrication.

ECE 739 Integrated Circuits Technology and Fabrication Laboratory.

ECE 740 Electromagnetic Fields.

ECE 741 Sequential Machines.

ECE 742 Artil'icial Neural Networks.

ECE 743 High Pert'ormance Multicomputer Architecture.

ECE 744 Design of Electronic Packaging and Interconnects.

ECE 746 VLSI Systems Design.

ECE 747 Digital Signal Processing Architecture.

ECE(CSC) 748 Parallel Processing.

ECE 749 RF Design for Wireless.

ECE 750 Power System Operation and Control

ECE 751 Detection and Estimation Theory.

ECE 753 Computer Analysis of Large-scale Power Systems.

ECE 755 Fault Tolerant Computing.

ECE 756 High Performance VLSI Design.

ECE 757 Pnnciples of MOS Transistors.

ECE 758 Digital Image Systems.

ECE 759 Pattern Recognition.

ECE 760 Multidimensional Digital Signal Processing.

ECE 761 Design Automation for VLSI.

ECE 762 Advanced Digital Communications Systems.

ECE 763 Computer Vision.

ECE 764 Digital Image Processing.

ECE(CSC) 776 Performance Evaluation of Computer Networks.

ECE(CSC) 777 Telecommunications Network Design.

ECE 778 Optical Fiber Communications.

ECE(CSC) 779 Advanced Computer Performance Modeling.

ECE 781, 782 Special Studies in Electrical Engineering.

ECE 791 Special Topics in Electrical Engineenng.

ECE 792 Special Topics in Electrical Engineenng.

ECE 801 Seminar in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

ECE 802 Seminar in Circuits and Systems.

ECE 803 Seminar in Computer Engineering

ECE 804 Seminar in Communications and Signal Processing

ECE 805 Seminar in Solid State.

ECE 833 Individual Topics in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

ECE 834 Individual Studies in Electncal and Computer Engineering.

ECE 885 Doctoral Supervised Teaching.

ECE 890 Doctoral Preliminary Examination.

ECE 893 Doctoral Supervised Research.

ECE 895 Doctoral Dissertation Research.

ECE 899 Doctoral Dissertation Preparation.

Electrical Engineering

For a listing of graduate faculty and program information, see electrical and computer engineering.



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Engineering - (Off-campus program only)
Degrees Offered:



Program Title


Ph.D.


Ed.D.


M.S.


M.A.


Master
of


M.Ed.


Engineering (Off-campus, continental US
residents and/or employees only)










Y





GRADUATE FACULTY

Director of Graduate Programs:

M. M. Fikry, Box 7547, 515.5440, [email protected]

The College of Engineering offers a program leading to the Master of Engineering. This is
primarily an off-campus program. This Option B program requires 30 credit hours and has no
residency, final oral examination or thesis requirements. Requirements also include two core
courses and a minimum of three courses in a specific concentration. A minimum of five courses,
selected from a list specified and approved by the designating department, is required for a
designated concentration on the transcript. The Video Based Engineering Education (VBEE)
program offers, each semester, courses, live or by videotape, which may be applied toward the
degree.

Admission Requirements: The program does not accept intemational students who reside outside
the continental U.S.

English

Degrees Offered:



Program Title


Ph.D.


Ed.D.


M.S.


M.A.


Master
of


M.Ed.


English








Y






Technical Communication






Y









GRADUATE FACULTY

T. D. Lisk, Head of the Department

Director of Graduate Programs:

R. V. Young Jr., Box 8105, 515.4107, [email protected]

Graduate Alumni Distinguished Professor: C. R. Miller
William C. Friday Distinguished Professor: W. A. Wolfram



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Professors: C. M. Anson, B. J. Baines, J. Balaban, J. W, Clark Jr., J. Ferster, J. A. Gomez, J. M.
Grimwood, A. H. Harrison, M. T. Hester, L. T. HoUey, J. J. Kessel, T. D. Lisk, L. H. MacKethan,
W. E. Meyers, J. O. Pettis, C. A. Pnoli, J. J. Small, A. F. Stein, J. N. Wall Jr., R. V. Young Jr.;
Professors Emeriti: G. W. Barrax, P. E. Blank Jr., L. S. Champion, J. D. Durant, M. Halperen, H.
G. Kincheloe, A. S. Knowles, B. G. Koonce Jr., F. H. Moore, L. Smith, J. J. Smoot, W. B. Toole
III, M. C. Williams, P. J. Williams; Associate Professors: M. P. Carter, D. H. Covington, A.
Davis-Gardner, C. Gross, D. J. Herman, S. B. Katz, M. F. King, R. C. Kochersberger Jr., D. L.
Laryea, J. E. Morrison, C. Nwankwo, M. E. N. Orr, A. M. Penrose, S. M. Setzer, L. R. Severin, J.
F. Thompson, H. C. West, D. B. Wyrick; Associate Professors Emeriti: L. J. Betts Jr., E. P.
Dandridge Jr., H. A. Hargrave, C. E. Moore, N. G. Smith; Assistant Professors: C. J. Cobb, R. S.
Dicks, M. B. Douglas, C. R. Haller, N. Halpem, S. M. Katz, P. W. LaCoste, L. S. May, B. S.
Mehlenbacher, J. D. Morillo, M. T. Pramaggiore, K. Shepherd-Barr, E. R. Thomas, C. A. Warren,
T. L. Weldon; Visiting Assistant Professors: W. M. Henderson, T. R. McLaurin

The Master of Arts program offers course work in English and American literature, rhetoric and
composition, linguistics and creative writing. It can serve either as a complete course of study or
as the first year of study toward a doctoral degree at another institution.

Admission Requirements: Applicants should submit GRE scores (General Aptitude Test) and a
writing sample.

Requirements for M.A. in English: All students take a distribution of four courses, one each in
English literature before 1660, English literature after 1660, American literature and a fourth
category including composition theory, rhetoric, linguistics and literary theory. In addition, all
students must take an introduction to research and bibliography, pass a language requirement,
write a thesis and pass an oral exam on the thesis research.

Beyond these basic requirements, the program comprises four concentrations in literature, creative
writing, composition and rhetoric, and linguistics. Each concentration requires five additional
courses, of which three must pertain to the area of concentration. The thesis likewise will be
written in the area of the concentration and directed by a specialist in the field. In creative writing
this usually means a novel or a collection of short stories or poems.

Student Financial Support: Teaching assistantships are available for promising students.
Teaching Assistants must arrive early for a week-long workshop before their first semester to be
trained as graders and discussion leaders for undergraduate literature courses during their first
year. During this first year they must also take ENG 5 1 1 (Theory and Research in Composition)
and attend a second workshop before classes begin for their second year in order to teach freshman
composition. These duties receive credit as English 685 (Master's Directed Teaching), but do not
fiilfill requirements for the degree.

Other Relevant Information: For students who hold initial licensure from the N. C. Department
of Public Instruction, the department offers the M.A. with advanced licensure requiring 24
semester hours of graduate credit in English and 15 semester hours of graduate credit in
Education. Students and faculty in the Department of English are eligible for fellowships to
participate in programs sponsored by the Folger Institute of Renaissance and Eighteenth-Century
Studies, which is located in Washington, DC, at the Folger Shakespeare Library.



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TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION

The Master of Science in technical communication is designed to prepare professional
communicators for advanced positions in industry and research organizations; with appropriate
electives, students can prepare for careers in software documentation, environmental
communication, medical writing, industrial training in writing and editing, publications
management and related areas.

Admission Requirements: Applicants should submit a resume and a writing sample.
Prerequisites for the program are basic editing, technical writing and computer literacy (ENG 214,
ENG 331, and CSC 200).

Requirements for M.S. in Technical Communication: The program requires 33 semester hours:
15 hours in the fields of technical writing, publication management, rhetoric and a projects course;
the remaining hours are taken in applications, theory and methods and cross-disciplinary courses.
Students must also satisfy a requirement for one semester of professional work experience.

Student Financial Support: Teaching assistantships are available for promising students. These
students take a course in teaching technical communication (ENG 666) in the fall semester and,
under the supervision of experienced teachers, devote half time in subsequent semesters to
teaching technical communication. ENG 666 gives graduate credit but does not count toward
fulfillment of degree requirements.

GRADUATE COURSES

ENG 508 Usability Studies for Technical Communication.

ENG 509 Old English Literature.

ENG 510 Middle English Literature.

ENG 51 1 Theory and Research in Composition,

ENG 512 Theory and Research in Professional Writing.

ENG 513 Empirical Research in Composition.

ENG(COM)514 History of Rhetonc.

ENG 515 Rhetoric of Science and Technology.

ENG(COM) 516 Rhetorical Criticism: Theory and Practice.

ENG 517 Advanced Technical Writing, Editing and Document Design.

ENG 5 1 8 Publication Management for Technical Communicators.

ENG 519 Online Information Design and Evaluation.

ENG 520 Science Writing for the Media,

ENG 521 Modem English Usage.

ENG 522 Linguistics and Literacy,

ENG 523 Language Variation Research Seminar.

ENG 524 Introduction to Linguistics.

ENG 525 Variety in Language,

ENG 526 History of the English Language.

ENG 527 Critical Discourse Analysis.

ENG 528 Language Change Research Seminar.

ENG 529 16th-century Non-dramatic English Literature.

ENG 530 17th-century English Literature.

ENG 531 American Colonial Literature,

ENG(FL) 539 Seminar in Worid Literature.

ENG 540 History of Literary Criticism.

ENG 541 Contemporary Literary Theory.

ENG 548 African-American Literature.

ENG 549 Modem African Literature.

ENG 550 English Romantic Period.

ENG 551 Chaucer,



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ENG 555 Amencan Romantic Period.

ENG 558 Studies in Shakespeare.

ENG 560 Victorian Poetry and Critical Prose.

ENG 561 Milton,

ENG 562 18th-century English Literature.

ENG 563 18th-century English Novel.

ENG 564 Victonan Novel.

ENG 565 American Realism and Naturalism.

ENG 570 20th-century British Prose.

ENG 571 20th-century British Poetry,

ENG 572 Modem British Drama.

ENG 573 Modem American Drama.

ENG 574 Comparative Drama

ENG 575 Southem Writers.

ENG 576 20th-century American Poetry.

ENG 577 20th-century American Prose.

ENG 578 English Drama to 1642.

ENG 579 Restoration and 18th-century Drama.

ENG 580 Literary Postmodemism.

ENG 582 Studies in Literature.

ENG 583 Studies in Composition and Rhetoric.

ENG 584 Studies in Linguistics.

ENG 585 Studies in Film.

ENG 586 Studies in Theory.

ENG 587 Film and Visual Theory.

ENG 588 Fiction Writing Workshop.

ENG 589 Poetry Writing Workshop.

ENG 590 Studies in Creative Wnting

ENG 591 Studies in National Cinemas.

ENG 624 Problems in College Composition.

ENG 636 Directed Readings.

ENG 666 Teaching Methods for Professional Writing.

ENG 669 Bibliography and Methodology.

ENG 675 Projects in Technical Communication.

ENG 685 Master's Supervised Teaching.

ENG 693 Master's Supervised Research.

ENG 695 Master's Thesis Research.

ENG 696 Summer Thesis Research.

ENG 699 Master's Thesis Preparation.



Entomology

Degrees Offered:



Program Title


Ph.D.


Ed.D.


M.S.


M.A.


Master
of


M.Ed.


Entomology


Y




Y




Y





GRADUATE FACULTY

J. D. Haiper, Head of the Department



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Director of Graduate Programs:

W. M. Brooks, Box 7613, 515.3771, [email protected]

Blanton J. Whitmire Distinguished Professor: C. Schal

Charles G. Wright Professor: J. Silverman

Philip Morris Professor: J. W. Van Duyn

William Neal Reynolds Professor: F. L. Gould, G. G. Kennedy

Professors: J. T. Ambrose, C. S. Apperson, J. S. Bacheler, J. R. Baker, J. R. Bradley Jr., R. L.
Brandenburg, W. M. Brooks, L. L. Deitz, F. P. Main, J. D. Harper, R. J. Kuhr, J. R. Meyer, B. M.
Parker, R. M. Roe, K. A. Sorensen, P. S. Southern, R. E. Stinner, J. F. Walgenbach; Adjunct
Professors: D. M. Jackson, P. M. Marsh, D. E. Sonenshine; Professors Emeriti: R. C. Axtell, W.
V. Campbell, M. H. Farrier, K. L. Knight, H. B. Moore Jr., H. H. Neunzig, R. L. Rabb, R. L.
Robertson, C. G. Wright; Associate Professors: M. E. Barbercheck; Adjunct Associate
Professors: C. A. Nalepa; Associate Professors Emeriti: R. C. Hillmann; Assistant Professors: D.
B. Orr, C. E. Sorenson, E. L. Vargo, D. W. Watson, B. M. Wiegmann; Visiting Assistant
Professors: D. W. Keever, M. G. Waldvogel; Adjunct Assistant Professors: D. A. Herbert Jr., M.
D. Tomalski

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS OF THE PROGRAM

Professors: R. B. Leidy, H. M. Linker; Assistant Professors: W. G. Buhler, D. J. Robison;
Visiting Assistant Professors: R. L. Rose

Course offerings or research facilities are available in the following areas: agricultural
entomology, apiculture, behavior, biological control, ecology, forest entomology, host-plant
resistance, insect pathology, medical and veterinary entomology, pest management, physiology,



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