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LAR 512 Landscape Resource Management.

LAR 513 Social Factors Analysis in Site Planning.

LAR 515 Advanced Community Design and Development Control.

LAR 521 Values, TTieory and Methods of l.andscape Architecture.

LAR 530 Advanced Site Planning.

LAR 533 Plants and Design.

LAR 551 Ethics of Professional Practice in Landscape Architecture.

LAR 564 Management and Marketing Techniques in Community Design.

LAR 565 International l.andscape Architecture Design Studio.

LAR 573 Historic Preservation.

LAR 574 Landscape and Townscape Conservation.

LAR 575 Development Planning.

LAR 576/ARC 576/DDN 776 Community Design.

LAR 577/ARC 577/DDN 777 Sustainable Communities.

LAR 578/DDN 778 Ecological Design.

LAR 579/DNN 779 Human Use of the Urban Undscape.

LAR 582 Special Topics in Landscape Architecture.

LAR 630 Independent Study.

LAR 679 Final Studio Project.

LAR 685 Master's Supervised Teaching.

LAR 690 Master's Examination.

LAR 697 Final Research Project.

Liberal Studies
Degrees Offered:

Program Title







Liberal Studies



Director of Graduate Programs:

C. D. Korte, Box 7107, 515.7965, [email protected]

Professors: E. W. Erickson, D. B. Greene, C. D. Korte, R. P. Panerson, J. T. Pennell, P. N. Reid,
J. M. Riddle, M. S. Soroos, J. W. Wilson; Professors Emeriti: A. C, Barefoot Jr., A. S. Knowles;
Associate Professors: P. W. Hamlett, F. W. Hayes III, R. L. Hoffman, M. Javidi, R. A. Waschka
II; Visiting Associate Professors: C. V. Brown; Assistant Professors: D. H. Crumbley, J. R.
Herkert, S. T. Warren; Visiting Assistant Professors: L. L. Spence



Visiting Assistant Professors: J. C. Bonham

The Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALS) program is an interdisciplinary graduate program
which is administered by the Division of Multidisciplinary Studies and offered by the College of
Humanities and Social Sciences. This is a broad, interdisciplinary program of part-time graduate
study that integrates and expands awareness and that is geared to the student's personal interests.
Each student, in consultation with an academic advisor, designs an individual program of study
around an interdisciplinary theme or topic that is of intrinsic interest to the student or that relates
to the student's professional or vocational interests. Students take graduate courses across a range
of NC State departments as well as MALS seminars designed specifically for the program.

Admissions Requirements: Students entering the master's program in liberal studies must have
an undergraduate degree. In addition to the material required by the Graduate School, students
applying are asked to submit a statement describing their objectives in doing a degree in liberal
studies and a writing sample. GRE scores are not required. All applicants are interviewed.

Master's Degree Requirements: Thirty hours of course work made up of (1) a minimum of three
MALS seminars, (2) eighteen hours representing the student's interdisciplinary theme or
concentration, and (3) a three-hour culminating project. Examples of concentrations that are well
supported by graduate courses in the NC State curriculum are: science, technology and society, the
American experience and leadership


MDS 595 Special Topics in Multidisciplinary Studies.

MDS 610 Special Topics.

MDS 685 Master's Supervised Teaching.

MLS 501 Seminar in Liberal Studies.

MLS 630 Independent Study.

MLS 676 Independent Project.

MLS 690 Master's Examination.

Degrees Offeree


Program Title










Director of Graduate Programs:

S. G. Allen, Box 7229, 515.5584, [email protected]


Bank of America University Distinguished Professor: R. B. Handfield
Distinguished University Professor: M. A. Rappa

Professors: S. G. Allen, S. H. Barr, R. P. Bums Jr., R. L. Clark, G. W. Dickson, D. M. Holthausen
Jr., C. P. Jones, S. E. Margolis, J. W. Wilson; Professors Emeriti: J. R. Canada, R. J. Lewis;
Associate Professors: D. L. Baumer, C. C. Bozarth, S. N. Chapman, Y. A. Chen, J. C. Dutton Jr.,
E. A. McDermed, K. Mitchell, A. Padilla, J. C. Poindexter Jr.; Visiting Associate Professors: J. D.
Powell; Associate Professors Emeriti: C. W. Harrell Jr.; Assistant Professors: L. Aiman-Smith,
K. S. Davis, J. B. Earp, S. K. Markham, J. K. McCreery, M. Montoya-Weiss, P. W. Mulvey, D. P.
Pagach, F. C. Payton, B. B. Tyler, G. B. Voss, G. S. Young

Since its inception in 1976, the Master of Science in Management (MSM) program has taken a
distinctive, innovative approach to management education. The MSM focuses on aspects of
management that have traditionally been neglected in business schools, especially the management
of information, production and technology.

A distinctive aspect of the MSM program is the integration of advanced courses in technology and
management-related topics in other colleges at NC State into its curriculum. MSM students take
courses in industrial engineering, statistics, computer science and natural resources to give them
skills and knowledge not generally available in most business schools. In addition, many students
in other colleges at NC State take minors in management.

MSM Curriculum: The MSM curriculum requires that every student complete the core
curriculum listed below, along with courses in a technical concentration, for a total of 42 credit

Required courses:

ACC 580 Survey of Accounting

BUS 500 Strategic Management

BUS 520 Managerial Finance

BUS 530 Managing People in the High Tech Environment

BUS 560 Marketing Management and Strategy

BUS 570 Production and Operations Management

ECG 507 Economics for Managers

Technical Concentration: Minimum of 12 hours of courses in one of the following areas:
electronic commerce, information technology management, operations or supply chain
management, new product development, technology commercialization and financial

Electives: Minimum of 9 hours, 3 hours of which must be in a course in information technology

Admission Requirements: Students must have previous courses in calculus, principles of
economics (micro and macro) and statistics, as well as knowledge of personal computers including
word processing and spreadsheet software. In addition to basic Graduate School admission
requirements, applicants must submit recent GMAT scores. Admission decisions are based on
academic performance and potential, GMAT scores, the applicant's essay indicating how the


MSM degree will ftirther his/her career and work experience, where appropriate. For further
information, there is an MSM home page that can be accessed off the home page of the College of

Other Relevant Information: Day and evening courses are available; students can attend on
either a part- or full-time basis.

Minor in Management: Students enrolled in master's and doctoral programs can complete the
minor by taking courses that meet requirements for the MSM degree. Master's students must take
nine hours; doctoral students must take 15 hours.


BUS 500 Strategic Management.

BUS 501 Legal and Regulatory Environment in Management.

BUS 504 Technology, Law and the Internet.

BUS 510 Managing the Digital Enterprise.

BUS 51 1 Networking Infrastructure for E-commerce,

BUS 520 Managerial Finance.

BUS 522 Portfolio and Capital Market Theory.

BUS 524 Financial Markets and Institutions.

BUS 526 International Finance.

BUS 527 Corporate Risk Management with Derivatives.

BUS 528 Short-term Capital Management.

BUS 529 New Firm Financing.

BUS 530 Managing People in the High-Tech Environment.

BUS 532 Strategic Human Resource Management.

BUS 533 Leadership in Management.

BUS 540 Information Technology for Managers.

BUS 541 Strategic Information Technology.

BUS 543 DataBase Management.

BUS 545 Management Support Systems.

BUS 546 Analysis and Design of Management Support Systems.

BUS 547 Management Support Systems Project.

BUS 549 Managerial Issues in Information Systems.

BUS 550 Data Analysis and Forecasting Methods for Management.

BUS 560 Marketing Management and Strategy.

BUS 562 Research Methods in Marketing.

BUS 564 Project Management.

BUS 565 Product Design and Development.

BUS 570 Production and Operations Management.

BUS 572 Planning and Control Systems.

BUS 573 Supply Chain Management.

BUS 574 Management of Technology.

BUS(MAT) 576 Technology Evaluation and Commercialization Concepts.

BUS(MAT) 577 High Technology Entrepreneurship.

BUS(MAT) 578 Implementing Technology Commercialization Strategies.

BUS 579 Entrepreneurship

BUS(TTM) 585 Market Research in Textiles.

BUS 590 Special Topics in Business Management.

BUS 630 Independent Study.


Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences
Degrees Offered:

Program Title





^''f M.Ed.

Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences




R. R. Patty, Head of the Department

Director of Graduate Programs:

G. S. Janowitz, Box 8208, 515.7837, [email protected]

Scholar in Residence: R. R. Braham

Professors: S. P. S. Arya, N. E. Blair, V. V. Cavaroc Jr., J. M. Davis, D. J. DeMaster, R. V.
Fodor, G. S. Janowitz, D. Kamykowski, Y. Lin, J. M. Morrison, L. J. Pietrafesa, S. Raman, V. K.
Saxena, T. G. Wolcott; Research Professors: V. P. Aneja, D. A. Russell; Visiting Professors: T.

F. Clark, T. S. Hopkins, H. G. Reichle Jr.; Adjunct Professors: S. W. Chang, J. J. DeLuisi, A. H.
Mines, R. V. Madala, J. M. Pelissier, S. R. Riggs, W. H. Snyder, M. L. Strobel; Professors
Emeriti: H. S. Brown, L. J. Langfelder, C. J. Leith, W. J. Saucier, C. W. Welby; Associate
Professors: D. B. Eggleston, D. P. Genereux, J. P. Hibbard, M. M. Kimberley, C. E. Knowles, S.
E. Koch, E. L. Leithold, A. J. Riordan, F. H. M. Semazzi, P. Shaw, W. J. Showers, E. F. Stoddard,

G. F. Watson, D. L. R. Wolcott; Visiting Associate Professors: M. L. Kaplan; Adjunct Associate
Professors: D. Byun, V. S. Connors, C. A. Davis, D. G. Evans, R. Mathur, R. W. Wiener;
Assistant Professors: T. G. Drake, G. M. Lackmann, S. W. Snyder, L. Xie; Research Assistant
Professors: D. S. Niyogi; Visiting Assistant Professors: R. E. Barrick, J. J. Chamey; Adjunct
Assistant Professors: K. V. Alapaty, J. S. Burke, D. M. Checkley Jr., A. F. Hanna, G. J.
Kirkpatrick, A. J. Lewitus, S. W. Ross; Interinstitutional Faculty: L. B. Cahoon, D. G. Lindquist,
J. F. Pamell, J. R. Pawlik, M. H. Posey, R. D. Roer


Professors: B. J. Copeland, J. M. Miller; Associate Professors: J. M. Burkholder; Visiting
Assistant Professors: L. L. Spence

Graduate disciplines in atmospheric science, geology and marine sciences are offered. Within
marine sciences the subdisciplines of biological, chemical, geological and physical oceanography
are recognized by the profession.

Admission Requirements: An bachelor's degree with research experience or a master's degree is
required for entry into the Ph.D. program. The GRE Subject Test scores are required only for
applicants in biological oceanography. A bachelor's degree in a science, mathematics or
engineering is required for entry into the M.S. program in atmospheric science, geology, and
biological, chemical, geological or physical oceanography. Undergraduate field camp is required


of all students in the M.S. program in geology; this requirement may be fiilfilled before or after
admission. An M.S. degree with a non-thesis option for students on leave for a fixed period from
government positions is available and admission to this option must be requested at the time of

Master's Degree Requirements: Specific course requirements are determined by the advisory
committee of each student. However, MEA 601 Seminar is required of all M.S. students no later
than the third semester in residence. Marine science students are required to take core courses in
two of the three subdisciplines other than their own.

Doctoral Degree Requirements: Specific courses are determined by the student's advisory
committee. Registration in seminar, MEA 801, is required of all Ph.D. students no later than the
fourth semester in residence. Marine science students are required to take core courses in all three
subdisciplines other than their own; this requirement may be fulfilled at the M.S. level.

Student Financial Support: Research and teaching assistantships are available.

Other Relevant Information: Students are assigned initial advisors upon admission. It is the
student's responsibility to secure the consent of a faculty member to serve as the permanent
advisor who will chair or co-chair the advisory committee.


MEA 601 Seminar.

MEA 685 Master's Supervised Teaching.

MEA 690 Master's Examination.

MEA 693 Master's Supervised Research.

MEA 695 Master's Thesis Research.

MEA 696 Summer Thesis Research

MEA 699 Master's Thesis Preparation.

MEA 801 Seminar.

MEA 885 Doctoral Supervised Teaching.

MEA 890 Doctoral Preliminary Examination.

MEA 893 Doctoral Supervised Research.

MEA 895 Doctoral Dissertation Research.

MEA 896 Summer Dissertation Research.

MEA 899 Doctoral Dissertation Preparation.


Atmospheric Science

MEA 510 Air Pollution Meteorology.

MEA 512 Satellite Meteorology.

MEA 513 Radar Meteorology.

MEA 514 Advanced Physical Meteorology.

MEA 593 Special Topics in Atmospheric Science.

MEA 613 Special Topics in Atmospheric Science.

MEA 700 Environmental Fluid Mechanics.

MEA 702 Advanced Cloud and Precipitation Physics.

MEA 703 Atmospheric Aerosols.

MEA 705 Dynamic Meteorology.

MEA 706 Meteorology of the Biosphere.

MEA 707 Planetary Boundary Layer.

MEA 708 Atmospheric Turbulence.

MEA 710 Atmospheric Dispersion.


MEA 712 Mesoscale Modeling.

MEA 713 Mesoscale Dynamics.

MEA 714 Atmospheric Convection.

MEA 715 Dynamics of Mesoscale Precipitation System.

MEA 716 Numerical Weather Prediction.

MEA 717 Advanced Weather Analysis.

MEA 719 Climate Modeling.

MEA 720 Coastal Meteorology.

MEA 721 Air-Sea Interaction.

MEA(MAE) 725 Geophysical Fluid Mechanics.

MEA(MAE) 726 Advanced Geophysical Fluid Mechanics.

MEA(CE) 779 Advanced Air Quality.

MEA 793 Advanced Special Topics in Atmospheric Science.

MEA 813 Special Topics in Atmospheric Science.

Earth Science

MEA 570 Geological Oceanography.

MEA 574 Advanced Igneous Petrology.

MEA 575 Advanced Metamorphic Petrology.

MEA 576 Applied Sedimentary Analysis.

MEA 577 Electron Microprobe Analysis of Geologic Material.

MEA 578 Depositional Environments and Lithostratigraphy.

MEA 585 Hydrogeology.

MEA 592 Special Topics in Earth Science.

MEA 599 Regional Geology of North America.

MEA 612 Special Topics in Earth Science.

MEA 758 Laboratory and Field Methods for Investigation of the Seabed.

MEA 759 Organic Geochemistry.

MEA 760 Biogeochemistry.

MEA 763 Geochemistry.

MEA 764 Sedimentary Geochemistry.

MEA 785 Hydrogeology of Groundwater Pollution and Protection.

MEA 788 Advanced Structural Geology.

MEA 789 Topics in Appalachian Geology.

MEA 790 Geotectonics.

MEA 792 Advanced Special Topics in Earth Science.

MEA 794 Regional Tectonics.

MEA 795 Photogeology and Remote Sensing.

MEA 796 Exploration and Engineenng Geophysics.

MEA 812 Special Topics in Earth Science.

Marine Science

MEA 540 Principles of Physical Oceanography.

MEA(ZO) 550 Pnnciples of Biological Oceanography.

MEA 551 Marine Physical-Biological Interactions.

MEA 560 Principles of Chemical Oceanography.

MEA 562 Marine Sediment Transport.

MEA 570 Geological Oceanography.

MEA 591 Special Topics in Marine Science.

MEA 61 1 Special Topics in Marine Science.

MEA 615 Graduate At-Sea Laboratory.

MEA 700 Environmental Fluid Mechanics.

MEA 713 Mesoscale Wave Dynamics.

MEA 721 Air-Sea Interaction.

MEA(MAE) 725 Geophysical Fluid Mechanics.

MEA(MAE) 726 Advanced Geophysical Fluid Mechanics.

MEA 735 Fourier Analysis of Geophysical Data.

MEA 741 Synoptic Physical Oceanography.

MEA(CE) 742 Gravity Wave Theory I.

MEA 743 Ocean Circulation.

MEA 744 Dynamics of Shelf Circulation.

MEA 745 the Physical Dynamics of Estuaries.


MEA (ZO) 750 Marine Benthic Ecology.

MEA 752 Marine Plankton Eicology.

MEA(ZO) 754 Advances in Marine Community Ecology.

MEA(ZO) 756 Ecology of Fishes.

MEA 758 Laboratory and Field Methods for Investigation of the Seabed.

MEA 759 Organic Geochemistry.

MEA 760 Biogeochemistry.

MEA 762 Marine Geochemistry.

MEA 767 Continental Margin Sedimentation.

MEA(MAE) 768, 769 Perturbation Method in Fluid Mechanics I, II.

MEA 791 Advanced Special Topics in Marine Science.

MEA 81 1 Special Topics in Marine Science.

Materials Science and Engineering
Degrees Offered:

Program Title







Materials Science and Engineering





J. M. Rigsbee, Head of the Department

Director of Graduate Programs:

R. O. Scattergood, Box 7907, 515.7843, [email protected]

Distinguished Research Professor: J. J. Cuomo
Distinguished University Research Professor: J. Narayan
Kobe Steel Distinguished University Professor: R. F. Davis

Professors: K. J. Bachmann, R. B. Benson Jr., N. A. El-Masry, J. J. Hren, A. I. Kingon, C. C.
Koch, K. L. Murty, J. M. Rigsbee, G. A. Rozgonyi, P. E. Russell, R. O. Scattergood; Research
Professors: D. M. Maher; Adjunct Professors: O. H. Auciello, G. L. Doll, J. T. Glass, F. Shimura;
Professors Emeriti: W. W. Austin Jr., H. Conrad, A. Fahmy, J. K. Magor, K. L. Moazed, H.
Palmour 111, H. H. Stadelmaier, R. F. Stoops; Associate Professors: C. M. Balik, D. W. Brenner,
J. Kasichainula, Z. Sitar; Visiting Associate Professors: D. P. Gviffis; Adjunct Associate
Professors: J. T. Prater; Associate Professors Emeriti: J. V. Hamme; Research Assistant
Professors: J. Maria; Adjunct Assistant Professors: S. D. Smith



Professors: S. M. Bedair, G. Lucovsky, D. E. Aspnes, J. A. Bailey, R. J. Nemanich; Associate
Professors: H. H. Lamb, G. N. Parsons

Materials and niaterials limitations pervade all of the engineering and high technology fields that
are an integral part of our society. Graduate programs in this department focus on understanding
the structure, structure modification and properties of materials and the development of new or
improved materials and advanced processing methods which are critical links between the design
and the realization of new systems.

Admission Requirements: In addition to the general admission requirements as set by the
Graduate School, the department requires submission of GRE scores or convincing evidence of
the competence of the applicant and his/her ability to satisfy the requirements for the graduate
degree for which he/she is seeking admission. Non-native English speakers also require a
minimum TOEFL score of 575.

Master's Degrees Requirements: The minimum requirements for the Master of Materials
Science and Engineering degree are 33 credit hours. The M.S. degree has the minimum
requirement of 30 credit hours including six credit hours for research.

Doctoral Degree Requirements: The minimum requirements for the doctoral degree are 72 credit
hours including 21 to 25 credit hours for research, two to six hours of the teaching course, a
minimum of nine credit hours at or above the 720 level, excluding research credit, and 12 credit
hours in one or more supporting fields of which no more than three credit hours may be at the 400

Student Financial Support: In recent years most students in the graduate program have received
financial support in the form of research or teaching assistantships or fellowships.

Other Relevant Information: The department reflects the interdisciplinary nature of the field of
materials science and engineering. A substantial number of current graduate students majored in
fields other than but related to materials, and the department has a significant number of associated
graduate faculty from other departments supervising thesis and dissertation research.


MAT 500 Modem Concepts in Materials Science.

MAT(NE) 509 Nuclear Materials.

MAT 531 Physical Metallurgy I.

MAT 540 Processing of Metallic Materials.

MAT 545 Ceramic Processing.

MAT 556 Composite Materials,

MAT 560 Microelectronic Materials Science and Technology.

MAT(TC) 561 Organic Chemistry of Polymers.

MAT 575 Polymer Technology and Engineenng,

MAT(BUS) 576 Technology Evaluation and Commercialization Concepts.

MAT(BUS) 577 High Technology Entrepreneurship.

MAT(BUS) 578 Implementing Technology Commercialization Strategies.

MAT 601 Seminar.

MAT 685 Master's Supervised Teaching.

MAT 690 Master's Examination.


MAT 693 Master's Supervised Research.

MAT 695 Master's Thesis Research.

MAT 696 Summer Thesis Research.

MAT 699 Master's Thesis Preparation.

MAT 70! Diffusion and Mass Transport Processes in Solids.

MAT 702 Defects in Sohds.

MAT 704 Electrical, Optical and Magnetic Properties of Materials.

MAT 705 Mechanical Behavior of Engineering Materials.

MAT 706 Phase Transformations and Kinetics.

MAT(CH) 707 Chemical Concepts in Materials Science and Engineering.

MAT 708 Thermodynamics of Materials.

MAT 710 Elements of Crystallography and Diffraction.

MAT 71 1 Stereology and Image Analysis.

MAT 712 Scanning Electron Microscopy,

MAT 71 5 Transmission Electron Microscopy.

MAT 720 Advanced Crystallography and Diffraction.

MAT 721 Theory and Structure of Amorphous Matenals.

MAT 722 Advanced Scanning Electron Microscopy and Surface Analysis.

MAT 723 Theory and Structure of Metallic Materials.

MAT(MAE) 731 Materials Processing by Deformation.

MAT(MAE) 732 Fundamentals of Metal Machining Theory.

MAT 733 Advanced Ceramic Engineering Design.

MAT 741 Principles of Corrosion.

MAT 751 Thin Film and Coating Science and Technology I.

MAT 752 Thin Film and Coating Science and Technology II.

MAT 753 Advanced Mechanical Properties of Materials.

MAT(CHE) 761 Polymer Blends and Alloys.

MAT(TC) 762 Physical Chemistry of High Polymers - Bulk Properties.

MAT 770 Defects, Diffusion and Ion Implantation in Semi-conductors.

MAT(CH,TC) 772 Physical Chemistry of High Polymers - Solution Propert ies.

MAT(NE) 773 Computer Experiments in Matenals and Nuclear Engineering.

MAT 775 Structure of Semicrystalline Polymers.

MAT 791, 792 Advanced Topics in Matenals Science and Engineering.

MAT 795 Advanced Materials Experiments.

MAT 801 Seminar.

MAT 885 Doctoral Supervised Teaching.

MAT 890 Doctoral Preliminary Examination.

MAT 893 Doctoral Supervised Research.

MAT 895 Doctoral Dissertation Research.

MAT 896 Summer Dissertation Research.

MAT 899 Doctoral Dissertation Preparation.


Degrees Offered:

Program Title







Applied Mathematics







E. E. Bumiston, Head of the Department


Director of Graduate Programs:

J. C. Dunn, Box 8205, 515.7891, [email protected]

University Professor and Drexel Professor: H. T. Banks

Professors: E. E. Bumiston, S. L. Campbell, R. E. Chandler, M. T. Chu, E. N. Chukwu, L. O.
Chung, J. D. Cohen, J. M. Danby, J. C. Dunn, A. C. Fauntleroy, J. E. Franke, R. O. Fulp, R. E.
Hartwig, 1. Ipsen, K. Ito, E. L. Kaltofen, C. T. Kelley, K. Koh, X. Lin, J. Luh, J. A. Marlin, R. H.
Martin Jr., C. D. Meyer Jr., K. C. Misra, C. Pao, E. L. Peterson, M. S. Putcha, S. Schecter, J. F.
Belgrade, M. Shearer, C. E. Siewert, J. W. Silverstein, M. F. Singer, E. L. Stitzinger, R. E. White;
Adjunct Professors: P. M. Schlosser; Professors Emeriti: J. W. Bishir, R. C. Bullock, W. J.
Harrington, J. Levine, L. B. Martin Jr., P. A. Nickel, H. V. Park, R. A. Struble; Associate
Professors: G. D. Faulkner, J. M. Fouque, D. E. Garoutte, P. A. Gremaud, A. G. Helniinck, P.
Hitczenko, H. Hong, N. Jing, A. Kheyfets, T. J. Lada, L. K. Norris, L. B. Page, S. O. Paur, R. T.
Ramsay, J. Rodriguez, J. S. Scroggs, R. Silber, R. C. Smith, H. T. Tran, S. V. Tsynkov; Associate
Professors Emeriti: D. F. Ullrich; Assistant Professors: H. J. Charlton, Z. Li, W. M. McEneaney,
W. Wang; Research Assistant Professors: M. A. Haider; Assistant Professors Emeriti: D. J.


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