This index includes everything published in >The American Biology Teacher during 2012 (Volume 74) except filler material. The index is alphabetical word-by-word. For example, “Educational” would follow “Education Theory.” The issue number is listed first, then page number, and then one of the key codes shown at the right. For example, the entry (1:42-H) is issue #1 ( January), page 42, and is an How To Do It. Page numbers indicate the first page of the article or department in which the entries appear. Entries are in three categories: Subject, Title, and Author.

SUBJECTS

Active learning.......................9:605-F

Agriculture.......................1:42-H

Alleles.......................5:341-Q

Ammonoids.......................6:401-RL

Anagenesis.......................2:74-F

Analytical Thinking.......................3:178-I

Anatomy.......................3:185-H

Animal welfare.......................1:10-F

Annealing temperature.......................4:256-H

Antique microscope slide.......................5:311-A, 5

Applied ecology.......................7:445-A

Bacteria.......................5:305-F

Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis.......................8:565-I

Behavior.......................7:513-I

Behavioral ecology.......................7:509-I

Biodiversity.......................2:114-H

Biofilm.......................5:305-F

Bioinformatics.......................4:250-H, 5:318-I

Biological inheritance.......................1:35-RL

Biological order.......................1:22-A

Biomimicry.......................3:182-I

Biotechnology.......................4:232-RL

BLAST.......................5:318-I

Boiling point.......................5:343-Q

Brassica rapa.......................8:575-H

Carcinogenesis.......................4:213-F

Cell biology.......................6:381-A

Cell death.......................6:381-A

Charles Darwin.......................2:111-H, 2:86-A, 3:151-A

Chemical communication.......................7:490-I

Chromosome movement.......................4:266-Q

Cladogenesis.......................2:74-F

Classroom demonstrations.......................8:587-Q

Commercial turtle exploitation.......................7:459-A

Computer simulations.......................5:336-Q

Confirmation bias.......................3:145-F

Conservation.......................2:114-H, 7:459-A

Controlled experiments.......................3:145-F

Creationism.......................2:81-A

Critical thinking.......................2:81-A, 3:178-I, 4:256-H, 5:339-Q

Crosscutting concepts.......................8:542-F

Darwinism.......................2:81-A

Data exploration.......................7:479-I

Dendrochronology.......................9:620-I

Design-based learning.......................3:182-I

Diabetes.......................1:10-F

Diagnostic assessment.......................2:92-A

Diffusion.......................6:392-A

Digital photography.......................4:232-RL

Dissection.......................3:185-H

DNA.......................1:22-A, 4:244-I, 4:256-H, 7:485-I

Dominance.......................5:341-Q

Double-blind experiments.......................3:145-F

Ecology.......................7:441-F, 7:464-A, 7:518-H

Ecology lab exercise.......................7:509-I

Ecosystems.......................7:441-F

Embryonic development.......................9:628-I

Endangered species.......................2:114-H

Endocrine.......................9:644-H

Environmental science.......................1:26-A

Environmental toxicology.......................7:496-I

Epigenetics.......................4:213-F

Escherichia coli.......................7:471-RL

Estuaries.......................3:164-I

Estuarine transport.......................1:26-A

Evolution.......................2:100-RL, 2:117-H, 2:74-F, 2:86-A, 2:92-A

Experiential learning.......................6:387-A

FAR guide.......................1:47-H

Fermentation.......................6:414-I

Flatfish.......................3:164-I

Flower anatomy.......................8:575-H

Food webs.......................7:518-H

Foraging.......................7:513-I

Forestry.......................7:464-A

Function morphology.......................6:401-RL

Gel electrophoresis.......................4:232-RL, 4:237-I

GENA project.......................4:224-RL

Gene expression.......................4:213-F

Genetics.......................1:42-H, 1:35-RL, 4:237-I, 5:336-Q

Genotype.......................2:117-H

Geocaching.......................3:172-I

GPS.......................3:172-I

Guided inquiry.......................7:490-I, 9:613-I

Guided questions.......................8:571-H

Guided reflection.......................8:571-H

Heredity.......................2:86-A

Heterochrony.......................2:106-I

History of science.......................3:151-A, 2:111-H, 2:86-A, 7:441-F

Horticulture.......................1:42-H

Human evolution.......................2:106-I, 2:74-F

Hydrogen bonds.......................5:343-Q

Inquiry.......................3:158-A, 5:336-Q, 5:339-Q, 6:414-I, 7:452-A, 8:551-A, 9:636-I

Inquiry-based learning.......................5:318-I, 7:496-I, 7:503-I, 7:513-I, 8:587-Q, 7:485-I

Introductory biology.......................8:587-Q

Issue-oriented science.......................8:551-A

Karrikins.......................5:324-H

Laboratory activities.......................7:485-I

Life science standards.......................8:542-F

Macroevolution.......................2:106-I

Macroinvertebrates.......................7:503-I

Madagascar hissing cockroach.......................3:185-H

Mass spectrometry.......................4:237-I, 4:250-H

Meiosis.......................4:266-Q

Microbiology.......................6:381-A, 7:471-RL

Microcrustaceans.......................8:565-I

Micropipetting.......................6:422-Q

Mitochondrial disease.......................4:224-RL

Mitochondrial genetics.......................4:224-RL

Mitosis.......................4:266-Q

Model organism.......................3:185-H

Modeling.......................8:581-Q, 8:OL-Q

Morphogenesis.......................7:518-H

mRNA sequencing.......................4:262-H

Mutation.......................8:581-Q, 8:OL-Q

National Science Education Standards.......................7:445-A

Natural selection.......................1:47-H, 2:92-A

Nature of science.......................5:332-H

Open system.......................1:22-A

Organizing skills.......................8:571-H

Origin of species.......................2:111-H

Osmosis.......................6:392-A

Ovulation.......................9:613-I

Pedagogy.......................4:270-Q

Pedigree analysis.......................4:224-RL

Phenotype.......................2:117-H, 5:341-Q

Pheromones.......................3:145-F, 7:490-I

Phylogenetics.......................4:244-I, 5:332-H

Phytophthora ramorum.......................3:191-Q

Plant–animal interactions.......................7:509-I

Pollen germination.......................8:575-H

Pollution.......................7:479-I

Polymerase chain reaction (PCR).......................4:256-H, 8:565-I

Polypeptide chain.......................4:262-H

Post-secondary and adult learning.......................6:387-A

Pregnancy.......................9:613-I

Prenatal genetic testing.......................1:15-A

Project-based learning.......................6:374-F

Protein function.......................8:581-Q, 8:OL-Q

Protein structure.......................8:581-Q, 8:OL-Q

Protein synthesis.......................4:262-H

Proteomics.......................4:237-I, 4:250-H

Recessiveness.......................5:341-Q

Red-eared slider.......................7:459-A

Regression analysis.......................6:414-I

Reproductive behavior.......................9:648-H

Restricted geometry.......................6:401-RL, 6:OL-RL

Retinoic acid.......................9:636-I

Salmon.......................4:244-I

Salt.......................7:479-I

Science and engineering practices.......................8:542-F

Scientific literacy.......................6:374-F, 6:410-RL, 7:452-A

Scientific method.......................5:324-H, 5:339-Q, 7:452-A

Seasonal habitat use.......................3:164-I

Second law of thermodynamics.......................1:22-A

Secondary education.......................1:15-A

Secondary science.......................3:158-A

Seed biology.......................5:311-A, 5:OL-A

Seed germination.......................5:324-H

Seed identification manuals.......................5:311-A, 5:OL-A

Selective breeding.......................1:42-H

Self-directed learning.......................6:387-A

Sequencing.......................6:392-A

Sexual selection.......................9:648-H

Simulation.......................1:47-H

Southern blot.......................4:270-Q

SPORE.......................2:100-RL

STEM.......................1:26-A, 6:374-F, 7:485-I

Stream monitoring.......................3:191-Q

Student-centered inquiry.......................7:445-A

Sudden oak death.......................3:191-Q

Sustainability.......................8:551-A

Synaesthesia.......................3:145-F

Tattoo.......................6:381-A

Taxonomy.......................5:332-H

Technology education.......................1:35-RL

Teratogen.......................7:496-I

Terrarium.......................7:518-H

Transformational learning.......................6:387-A

Trial-and-error procedure.......................1:10-F

Trophic levels.......................7:518-H

Video game.......................2:100-RL

Water quality.......................7:471-RL, 7:503-I

Yeast.......................6:414-I

TITLES

Articles

What’s on the Genetics Test?.......................1:15-A

Understanding the Thermodynamics of Biological Order.......................1:22-A

An Interdisciplinary Guided Inquiry on Estuarine Transport Using a Computer Model in High School Classrooms.......................1:26-A

Dobzhansky’s Dictum: An Object Lesson for Critical Thinking.......................2:81-A, 2:OL-A

Darwin’s Invention: Inheritance & the “Mad Dream” of Pangenesis.......................2:86-A

Reasoning About Natural Selection: Diagnosing Contextual Competency Using the ACORNS Instrument.......................2:92-A

Darwin’s Error: Using the Story of Pangenesis to Illustrate Aspects of Nature of Science in the Classroom.......................3:151-A, 3:OL-A

Attending & Responding to Student Thinking in Science.......................3:158-A

An Antique Microscope Slide Brings the Thrill of Discovery into a Contemporary Biology Classroom.......................5:311-A, 5:OL-A

Drawing on Popular Culture: Using Tattooing to Introduce Biological Concepts.......................6:381-A

Learning Theories & Their Application to Science Instruction for Adults.......................6:387-A

Red Onions, Elodea, or Decalcified Chicken Eggs? Selecting & Sequencing Representations for Teaching Diffusion & Osmosis.......................6:392-A

Using Biological-Control Research in the Classroom to Promote Scientific Inquiry & Literacy.......................7:445-A

Testing Honey Bees’ Avoidance of Predators.......................7:452-A

Can We Teach Proactive Turtle Conservation in Our Classrooms?.......................7:459-A

The Biltmore Forest School: Poking Back into an Extraordinary Time.......................7:464-A, 7:OL-A

Issue-Oriented Science: Using Socioscientific Issues to Engage Biology Students.......................8:551-A

Assay.......................8:558-RL

ELISA.......................8:558-RL

Immunology.......................8:558-RL

Biology Today

A Newer New World.......................1:53-B

Australian History: A Long Story.......................2:121-B

Biology & Art: An Intricate Relationship.......................3:194-B

Unfolding Proteins.......................4:278-B

South Carolina on My Mind.......................5:344-B

Book Reviews

Frogs and Toads of the World.......................1:57-R

Venomous Snakes of the World.......................1:57-R

March of the Microbes: Sighting the Unseen.......................1:57-R

Theo Gray’s Mad Science: Experiments You Can Do at Home – But Probably Shouldn’t.......................1:57-R

Field Notes on Science & Nature.......................2:125-R

The Wonder of Genetics: The Creepy, the Curious and the Commonplace.......................2:125-R

Breaking through the Spiral Ceiling.......................2:125-R

Life in a Shell: A Physiologist’s View of a Turtle.......................3:199-R

Honeybee Democracy.......................3:199-R

Microcosmos: Discovering the World through Microscopic Images from 20 X to Over 20 Million X Magnification.......................3:199-R

Circle, Turtle, Ashes.......................4:283-R

Theodore Gray’s Elements Vault: Treasures of the Periodic Table with Removable Archival Documents and Real Element Samples – Including Pure Gold!.......................4:283-R

How to Think Like a Neandertal.......................4:283-R

Lecture-Free Teaching: A Learning Partnership between Science Educators and Their Students.......................5:348-R

Carnivores of the World.......................5:348-R

Boas and Pythons of the World.......................5:348-R

Fifty Animals that Changed the Course of History.......................6:425-R

The Man Who Planted Trees: Lost Groves, Champion Trees, and an Urgent Plan to Save the Planet.......................6:425-R

Fingerprints: The Origins of Crime Detection and the Murder Case that Launched Forensic Science.......................6:425-R

Discipline-Based Education Research: A Scientist’s Guide.......................7:526-R

Awesome Snake Science! 40 Activities for Learning about Snakes.......................7:526-R

American Genesis: The Evolution Controversies from Scopes to Creation Science.......................9:655-R

Transformations: Approaches to College Science Teaching.......................9:655-R

Secret Chambers: The Inside Story of Cells & Complex Life.......................9:656-R

Nature’s Compass: The Mystery of Animal Navigation.......................9:657-R

Editorials

Thank You, ABT Reviewers.......................1:7-E

Use Human Examples to Teach Evolution.......................2:71-E

The Continuing Promise of Natural Products for Drug Development.......................4:210-E

Using ABT Cover Images & Captions as Teachable Moments.......................5:303-E

Why Major in Biology?.......................6:368-E

A Frog Proclamation.......................7:440-E

This Month’s Feature Article & a New ABT Department.......................8:540-E

ART in the Genetics Classroom.......................9:603-E

Features

The Discovery of Insulin: A Case Study of Scientific Methodology.......................1:10-F

Why Are Chimps Still Chimps?.......................2:74-F

Science & the Senses: Perceptions & Deceptions.......................3:145-F

Epigenetics: A Fascinating Field with Profound Research, Clinical, & Public Health Implications.......................4:213-F

Discovering Biofilms: Inquiry-Based Activities for the Classroom.......................5:305-F

Media-Savvy Scientific Literacy: Developing Critical Evaluation Skills by Investigating Scientific Claims.......................6:374-F

A Brief Introduction to the History of Ecology.......................7:441-F

The Next Generation of Science Standards: Implications for Biology Education.......................8:542-F

Exploring an Alternative Model of Human Reproductive Capability: A Creative Learning Activity.......................9:605-F

How To Do Its

Tasty Traits: Introduce Genetics with a Sensory Assessment of Apples.......................1:42-H, 1:OL-H

Using the FAR Guide to Teach Simulations: An Example with Natural Selection.......................1:47-H

Letters to Darwin from the Future.......................2:111-H

Endangered Species & Biodiversity: A Classroom Project & Theme.......................2:114-H

A Student Activity That Simulates Evolution.......................2:117-H

The Madagascar Hissing Cockroach: A New Model for Learning Insect Anatomy.......................3:185-H

Proteomics: Protein Identification Using Online Databases.......................4:250-H

Determining Annealing Temperatures for Polymerase Chain Reaction.......................4:256-H

The Beads of Translation: Using Beads to Translate mRNA into a Polypeptide Bracelet.......................4:262-H

Investigating the Influence of Karrikins on Seed Germination.......................5:324-H

Applying the Scientific Method & Phylogenetics to Understand the Transition from Kingdoms to Domains: Does One Plus One Equal Five, Six, or Three?.......................5:332-H

Can You Build It? Using Manipulatives to Assess Student Understanding of Food-Web Concepts.......................7:518-H

Morphogenesis of the Terrarium.......................7:518-H

A (1)-(2)-(3) Jumpstart Approach to Answer an Open-Ended Question.......................8:571-H

Plant Reproduction & the Pollen Tube Journey – How the Females Lure the Males.......................8:575-H

Easy, Cheap, & Fun: Role-play on Endocrine Regulation & Negative Feedback.......................9:644-H

The Mating Game: A Classroom Activity for Undergraduates That Explores the Evolutionary Basis of Sex Roles.......................9:648-H

Inquiry & Investigations

How We Got Here: Evolutionary Changes in Skull Shape in Humans & Their Ancestors.......................2:106-I

Move Over! Studying Flatfish Travel Patterns to Profile Fish Behavior.......................3:164-I

Backyard Botany: Using GPS Technology in the Science Classroom.......................3:172-I

Teaching Critical & Analytical Thinking in High School Biology?.......................3:178-I

Using Biomimicry to Engage Students in a Design-Based Learning Activity.......................3:182-I

Proteomics in the Classroom: An Investigative Study of Proteins in Microorganisms.......................4:237-I

Using Phylogenetic Analysis to Detect Market Substitution of Atlantic Salmon for Pacific Salmon: An Introductory Biology Laboratory Experiment.......................4:244-I

A Bioinformatics Module for Use in an Introductory Biology Laboratory.......................5:318-I

Quantitation & Case-Study-Driven Inquiry to Enhance Yeast Fermentation Studies.......................6:414-I

Data Explorations in Ecology: Salt Pollution as a Case Study for Teaching Data Literacy.......................7:479-I

Promoting 21st-Century Skills in the Science Classroom by Adapting Cookbook Lab Activities: The Case of DNA Extraction of Wheat Germ.......................7:485-I

I Walk the Line: A Popular Termite Activity Revisited.......................7:490-I

Introducing Environmental Toxicology in Instructional Labs: The Use of a Modified Amphibian Developmental Toxicity Assay to Support Inquiry-Based Student Projects.......................7:496-I

Using Scientific Inquiry to Teach Students about Water Quality.......................7:503-I

Acorn Caching in Tree Squirrels: Teaching Hypothesis Testing in the Park.......................7:509-I

Clay Caterpillars: A Tool for Ecology & Evolution Laboratories.......................7:513-I

Micro-eukaryote Diversity in Freshwater Ponds That Harbor the Amphibian Pathogen Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (Bd).......................8:565-I

Exploring Ovulation & Pregnancy Using Over-the-Counter Products: A Novel Guided Inquiry.......................9:613-I, 9:OL-I

Ex Ovo Model for Directly Visualizing Chick Embryo Development.......................9:628-I

Growth of a Pine Tree.......................9:620-I

Multidisciplinary Inquiry-Based Learning Using an Ex Ovo Chicken Culture Platform: Role of Vitamin A on Embryonic Morphogenesis.......................9:636-I

Materials Reviews

Inquiries in Science Series: Synthesizing Macromolecules.......................1:60-MR

Detecting Genetically Modified Food by PCR.......................2:128-MR

Molecular Puzzles.......................4:286-MR

Forensic Pig Dissection.......................5:353-MR

Media Reviews

Canopy in the Clouds.......................1:62-M

The Great Squeeze: Saving the Human Planet.......................1:62-M

Solartaxi.......................2:130-M

HEADJAM.......................3:202-M

From the Edge of Space to the Bottom of the Ocean: Discover Your World with NOAA.......................3:202-M

SimUText Ecology (SimBiotic Software for Teaching and Research).......................4:288-M

Caterpillar to Butterfly: Adventures in Science, Music and Dance.......................4:288-M

The Making of the Fittest.......................5:356-M

EVO: Ten Questions Everyone Should Ask about Evolution.......................5:356-M

Biomimicry – Innovation Inspired by Nature.......................6:430-M

Bones, Stones, and Genes: The Origin of Modern Humans.......................6:430-M

Taste the Waste.......................7:528-M

An Ecology of Mind: Remember the Future.......................8:593-M

Homo Toxicus.......................9:659-M

The Secret World of Gardens – Fungi.......................9:659-M

Online

Tasty Traits: Introduce Genetics with a Sensory Assessment of Apples.......................1:OL-H

Dobzhansky’s Dictum: An Object Lesson for Critical Thinking.......................2:OL-A

Darwin’s Error: Using the Story of Pangenesis to Illustrate Aspects of Nature of Science in the Classroom.......................3:OL-A

Using Digital Photography to Supplement Learning of Biotechnology.......................4:OL-RL

An Antique Microscope Slide Brings the Thrill of Discovery into a Contemporary Biology Classroom.......................5:OL-A

Functional Morphology at the Mall.......................6:OL-RL

The Biltmore Forest School: Poking Back into an Extraordinary Time.......................7:OL-A

Modeling Protein Structure & Function: Pencil Transferase.......................8:OL-Q

Exploring Ovulation & Pregnancy Using Over-the-Counter Products: A Novel Guided Inquiry.......................9:OL-I

Other

Unity & Diversity.......................1:4-D

Why Science?.......................1:5-D

Evolution as Part of the Bigger Picture.......................2:68-D

To Be Human.......................2:132-D

Collaborate with a Scientist – They Need You!.......................3:140-D

The Genes You Know Today May Not Be the Ones You Know Tomorrow.......................4:208-D

What Counts as Science.......................4:291-D

AP & the Greater Community.......................5:300-D

Skepticism & the Architecture of Trust.......................5:358-D

Be an NABT Greeter.......................6:367-D

Making Connections….......................7:436-D

A Comedy of Scientific Errors.......................7:530-D

Time for Homework on Vision & Change.......................8:536-D

What Is the Link between Eating, Reproducing, & Addiction?.......................8:590-D

Milestones….......................9:600-D

Can Your Genes “Make You Do It”?.......................9:652-D

Science Con-Artists.......................9:661-D

Quick Fixes

Community Service Learning: The Phytophthora ramorum (Sudden Oak Death) Stream Monitoring Project.......................3:191-Q

Creating a Double-Spring Model to Teach Chromosome Movement during Mitosis & Meiosis.......................4:266-Q

Streamlined Strategies to Better Visualize Southern Blotting.......................4:270-Q

The Virtual Genetics Lab II: Improvements to a Freely Available Software Simulation of Genetics.......................5:336-Q

Heads Up! A Calculation- & Jargon-Free Approach to Statistics.......................5:339-Q

Predicting Phenotypes from Genetic Crosses: A Mathematical Concept to Help Struggling Biology Students.......................5:341-Q

Using the Boiling Point of Water to Learn about Hydrogen Bonds.......................5:343-Q

You Sank My…Bacteriophage?.......................6:422-Q

Modeling Protein Structure & Function: Pencil Transferase.......................8:581-Q, 8:OL-Q

The Harry Potter Box: Demonstrating the Importance of Challenging Assumptions during the Scientific Process.......................8:587-Q

Research on Learning

From Phenotype to Genotype: Exploring Middle School Students’ Understanding of Genetic Inheritance in a Web-Based Environment.......................1:35-RL

Bringing Evolution to a Technological Generation: A Case Study with the Video Game SPORE.......................2:100-RL

Teaching Mitochondrial Genetics & Disease: A GENA Project Curriculum Intervention.......................4:224-RL

Using Digital Photography to Supplement Learning of Biotechnology.......................4:232-RL; 4:OL-RL

Functional Morphology at the Mall.......................6:401-RL, 6:OL-RL

Putting Students on the Hot Seat to Stimulate Interest in Biology in Non-Science Majors.......................6:410-RL

Development of a Water-Quality Lab that Enhances Learning & Connects Students to the Land.......................7:471-RL

Assessment of an ELISA Laboratory Exercise.......................8:558-RL

AUTHORS

Alaie, Adrienne.......................5:318-I

Allchin, Douglas.......................2:132-D, 4:291-D, 5:358-D, 7:530-D, 9:661-D

Alozie, Nonye M........................7:485-I

Alvarado, Angelita.......................7:479-I

Anderson, Gregory G........................5:305-F

Archer, Shivaun D........................9:636-I

Aultman, Terry.......................3:164-I

Bader, Geoffrey A........................2:100-RL

Barber, Nicholas A........................7:513-I

Bass, Christa.......................6:387-A

Batorsky, Roberta.......................1:62-M, 2:130-M, 3:202-M, 4:288-M, 5:356-M, 6:430-M, 7:528-M, 8:593-M, 9:659-M

Baurhoo, Neerusha.......................5:341-Q

Beer, Josef de.......................5:324-H

Beggrow, Elizabeth P........................2:92-A

Bennett, Elliott G........................3:199-R

Benskin, Jon.......................4:237-I

Berenotto, Christopher.......................2:100-RL

Berkowitz, Alan.......................7:479-I

Bevan, Alexis.......................7:526-R

Blankenship, Sara.......................2:100-RL

Bokor, Julie.......................6:422-Q

Bravo, Stephen.......................9:628-I

Brickman, Peggy.......................6:374-F

Brinker, Andrew.......................7:518-H

Buckland, Helen T........................8:590-D, 9:652-D

Buskohl, Philip R........................9:636-I

Butcher, Jonathan T........................9:636-I

Bybee, Rodger W........................8:542-F

Caslow, Kathleen.......................1:62-M

Castronova, Marisa.......................1:62-M

Champion, Timothy D........................2:117-H

Chan, Kit Yu Karen.......................1:26-A

Chen, Sixue.......................4:237-I

Cherif, Abour H........................9:605-F

Chowning, Jeanne Ting.......................8:581-Q

Chung, Hui-Min.......................9:603-E

Cleveland, Carol M........................1:57-R

Cline, Erica.......................3:191-Q, 4:244-I

Conklin, Suzanne.......................5:348-R

Cowles, Elizabeth.......................1:57-R, 2:125-R, 3:199-R, 4:283-R, 5:348-R, 6:425-R, 7:526-R, 9:655-D

Cunningham, Susanna L........................8:590-D, 9:652-D

Curran, Mary Carla.......................3:164-I

Curran, Susan.......................9:636-I

Darwish, Shireef.......................5:341-Q

Davis, Devra Lee.......................4:213-F

Davis, Sandra L........................5:332-H

Dean, Derek M........................4:270-Q

DeFina, Anthony V........................8:571-H

Dereski, Mary O........................7:485-I

Dewar, Eric W........................9:656-R

Dorrell, Michael I........................9:628-I

Dou, Remy.......................5:356-M, 6:430-M

Dunlap, Dacey.......................4:262-H

Enners, Edward.......................4:256-H

Enos-Berlage, Jodi.......................7:471-RL

Eurich, Chris.......................4:250-H

Fail, Jr., Joseph L........................2:117-H

Fast, Maggie.......................3:185-H

Fields, Peter A........................4:250-H

Flannery, Maura C........................1:53-B, 2:121-B, 3:194-B, 4:278-B, 5:344-B

Fleenor, Matthew.......................6:381-A

Fowler, Samantha R........................6:410-RL

Francom, Greg.......................6:374-F

French, Donald P........................1:4-D, 2:68-D, 3:140-D, 4:208-D, 5:300-D, 6:367-D, 7:436-D, 8:536-D, 9:600-D

Friedrichsen, Patricia M........................1:47-H, 6:392-A

Gardner, Grant E........................3:182-I

Giese, Alan R........................5:339-Q

Gogarten, Jennifer.......................4:244-I

Goldman, Julie.......................1:42-H

Goodale, Eben.......................7:452-A

Goodding, Daniel G........................3:185-H

Gormally, Cara.......................6:374-F

Gould, Russell A........................9:636-I

Grammer, Robert T........................6:414-I

Grant, Terrence.......................3:158-A

Griswold, Joan.......................8:581-Q

Grueber, David J........................7:485-I

Grumbine, Richard.......................7:518-H

Grünbaum, Daniel.......................1:26-A

Ha, Minsu.......................2:92-A

Hall, David G........................7:445-A

Hammer, David.......................3:158-A

Harris, Cornelia.......................7:479-I

Heyborne, William H........................3:185-H

Hibbitt, Cate.......................2:125-R, 3:199-R

Hippensteel, Scott P........................6:401-RL

Holbrook, C. Tate.......................9:648-H

Holt, Jame.......................7:503-I

Hommeyer, Lynn Lahti.......................3:202-M

Host, Laurie A........................2:128-MR

Hudlow, Kristin.......................1:60-MR

Hudson, Margaret L........................9:644-H

Isleib, Chris.......................4:288-M

Iyengar, Erika.......................9:658-R

Jardeleza, Sarah E........................6:374-F

Jedlicka, Dianne M........................9:605-F

Johnson, Bu Norman A........................2:74-F

Johnson, Nicole.......................2:117-H

Jordan, Carly.......................6:374-F

Kanizay, Lisa.......................6:374-F

Karetny, E.J........................2:125-R, 4:283-R, 9:655-R

Kormondy, Edward J........................7:441-F

Kosinski-Collins, Melissa S........................8:587-Q

Kovarik, Dina.......................8:581-Q

Kurz, Troy.......................9:628-I

Lang-Walker, Rosalyn.......................2:117-H

Lankford, Deanna.......................6:392-A

Latourelle, Sandra.......................5:356-M

Lau, Joann M........................8:558-RL

Lauer, Antje.......................8:565-I

Lauro, Brook.......................2:114-H

Lee, David S........................7:459-A, 7:464-A

Lenz, Laura.......................8:551-A

Leonard, William H........................1:7-E, 3:143-E, 5:303-E, 6:368-E, 8:540-E

Levin, Daniel M........................3:158-A

Liptak, Catrina.......................1:57-R

Lorbiecke, René.......................8:575-H

Lord, Jr., Richard.......................1:57-R, 5:348-R, 9:659-M

Lorelei Crerar.......................6:425-R

Luo, Peigao.......................4:266-Q

Lyman-Buttler, Andrew.......................4:288-M, 6:430-M

Maliska, Max E........................1:26-A

Manokore, Viola.......................1:35-RL

Marcacci, Michael.......................9:628-I

March, Kathryn A........................3:172-I

Marianne Elliott.......................3:191-Q

Marrs, Kathleen.......................5:305-F

Martin-Morris, Linda.......................8:590-D, 9:652-D

Matthews, Janice R........................7:490-I

Matthews, Robert W........................7:490-I

McComas, William F........................2:86-A, 3:151-A

McConnel, Lonnie.......................8:565-I

McDonald, Gaby.......................3:178-I

McEuen, Amy B........................7:509-I

Meadows, Melissa G........................9:648-H

Monsour, Chris.......................1:60-MR, 2:128-MR, 4:286-MR, 5:353-MR

Montgomery, Beronda L........................1:35-RL

Moore, Dani.......................9:648-H

Morris, Jonathan.......................5:348-R

Narguizian, Paul.......................7:526-R

Neff, Randi.......................9:657-R

Nehm, Ross H........................2:92-A

Niedzwiecki, John.......................4:283-R

Nieh, James C........................7:452-A

Norflus, Fran.......................4:232-RL

Offner, Susan.......................3:141-L, 5:343-Q

Opfer, John E........................2:92-A

Patrick, Patricia.......................4:262-H

Peri, Thomas J........................3:141-L

Peterson, Jacob.......................1:22-A

Petterson, Paula.......................1:57-R

Piatkowski, Bryan.......................2:100-RL

Pobiner, Briana.......................2:74-F, 2:71-E

Poli, DorothyBelle.......................2:100-RL, 6:381-A

Poore, Mark.......................2:100-RL

Porta, Angela R........................4:256-H

Porter, John R........................4:210-E

Porter, Pamela J........................6:425-R

Price, Rebecca M........................2:106-I

Puche, Helena.......................7:503-I

Qiu, Wei-gang.......................5:318-I

Rayburn, James R........................7:496-I

Reardon, Ryan A........................4:224-RL

Rearick, Matthew.......................6:381-A

Redelman, Carly V........................5:305-F

Redinger, Andrea.......................7:526-R

Reiser, Frank.......................5:311-A

Rice, Elizabeth.......................4:250-H

Richardson, Matthew L........................7:445-A

Richardson, Scott L........................7:445-A

Robinson, David L........................8:558-RL

Robinson, Jesse Wade.......................7:452-A

Rollinson, Susan Wells.......................9:620-I

Rushton, Catherine G........................6:425-R

Rusing, Jack C........................9:628-I

Sauterer, Roger.......................7:496-I

Schrein, Caitlin.......................2:74-F

Schrenk, Christopher.......................2:125-R

Schutte, Virginia.......................6:374-F

Sellers, L. George.......................7:440-E, 7:459-A

Setty, Sumana.......................8:587-Q

Sharer, J. Daniel.......................4:224-RL

Sickel, Aaron J........................1:47-H

Singh, Navdeep.......................8:565-I

Smidt, Scott.......................3:199-R

Smith, James J........................2:74-F

Stansfield, William D........................1:10-F, 2:81-A, 3:145-F

Steele, Michael A........................7:509-I

Stein, Richard A........................4:213-F

Surmacz, Cynthia A........................9:613-I

Taylor, Lisa A........................9:648-H

Teller, Virginia.......................5:318-I

Toedt, John M........................4:283-R

Tremblay, Jacob.......................9:628-I

Venditti, Jennifer J........................9:613-I

Walsh, Joseph A........................1:15-A, 2:111-H

Westrich, Kathleen.......................1:7-E

White, Brian T........................5:336-Q

Willcox, Maia K........................8:551-A

Williams, Michelle.......................1:35-RL

Yang, Sylvia.......................1:26-A

Zeigler, David.......................1:5-D