This index includes everything published in The American Biology Teacher during 2014 (Volume 76) 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.......................5:333-I, 7:466-TT, 8:518-I

Adaptation.......................2:132-H

Animal behavior.......................9:609-I

Antibiotic resistance.......................6:386-I

Argument-based inquiry.......................4:231-A

Behavior.......................7:460-TT, 9:595-I

Behavioral ecology.......................9:609-I

Biodiversity.......................5:338-I

Bioinformatics.......................6:386-I

Biological information.......................2:88-A

Biology education.......................9:584-RL

Cadaver anatomy.......................1:42-RL

California grunion.......................3:178-A

Carbon cycling.......................6:408-I

Case study method.......................5:346-H

Cell biology.......................3:201-H

Cell cycle.......................7:478-TT

Cell model.......................8:544-I

Cellular respiration.......................6:408-I, 7:456-TT

Charles Darwin.......................1:23-A

Chemical evolution.......................2:88-A

Chemiosmosis.......................7:456-TT

Chick embryos.......................7:471-TT

Coevolution.......................2:118-I

Conservation genetics.......................5:338-I

Creationism.......................4:243-A

Curriculum development.......................6:379-RL, 8:508-RL, 9:601-I

Cystic fibrosis.......................4:254-I

Darwin’s finches.......................5:312-A

Dialogic discussion support.......................8:501-RL

Digital evolution.......................7:450-I

Dissection.......................1:42-RL

Dominance relationships.......................9:576-F

Ecology.......................5:320-A, 5:352-Q, 6:403-I, 8:508-RL

Egg cannibalism.......................3:178-A

Electron transport chain.......................7:456-TT

Enzymes and structural proteins.......................9:576-F

Epigenetics.......................5:306-F, 6:365-F

Ethology.......................8:525-I

Evo-devo.......................8:493-F

Evolution.......................2:81-F, 2:88-A, 2:93-RL, 2:101-RL, 2:124-H, 3:160-F, 4:238-A, 4:259-H, 5:312-A, 7:450-I, 7:460-TT, 8:493-F

Experiential learning.......................5:300-F

Experimental design.......................5:328-I, 8:518-I, 9:595-I

Forensics.......................9:615-I

Forest.......................8:536-I

Gas diffusion.......................4:270-Q

Gel electrophoresis.......................5:338-I

Genes.......................7:460-TT

Genetic determinism.......................5:306-F

Genetic variation.......................1:53-H

Genetics.......................3:184-RL, 3:189-I, 4:224-F, 4:254-I, 5:306-F, 5:338-I, 6:365-F, 6:379-RL

Genomics.......................5:306-F, 6:379-RL

Genotype.......................2:132-H

Geological time scale.......................2:109-I

Graduate teaching assistant.......................1:17-A

Guided inquiry.......................8:544-I

Heart valve.......................7:466-TT

Hematocrit.......................5:328-I

Herpetology.......................5:320-A

Hominin evolution.......................2:109-I

Hydronephrosis.......................8:559-TT

Hypothesis generation.......................5:333-I

Hypothetico-deductive method.......................5:346-H

Image library.......................3:201-H

Informal science learning.......................1:34-RL

Inheritance.......................3:189-I

Inquiry instruction.......................9:601-I

Inquiry-based learning.......................1:47-I, 5:346-H, 7:438-I, 8:501-RL, 9:595-I

Interactive television.......................1:28-A

International Space Station.......................5:300-F

Invasive species.......................9:609-I

Ivory-billed Woodpecker.......................3:160-F

Laboratory.......................1:28-A

Laws of genetics.......................3:189-I

Limb development.......................7:471-TT

Literature Circles.......................9:622-TT

Lumopathies.......................8:559-TT

Macromolecules.......................7:438-I

Marine science.......................5:300-F

Meiosis.......................1:53-H

Menstrual cycle.......................1:12-F

Metabolism.......................7:456-TT

Mitosis.......................7:478-TT

Model organisms.......................3:196-I

Molecular biology.......................6:396-I

Mollusks.......................7:432-F

Multicellularity.......................2:81-F

Multifactorial inheritance.......................4:224-F

Mutation rate.......................7:450-I

Mutation(s).......................6:386-I, 7:450-I

Mutualism.......................9:589-I

Natural selection.......................1:53-H, 2:124-H, 4:259-H, 5:312-A

Nature of science.......................4:231-A, 4:238-A

Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).......................4:265-H, 6:408-I, 8:508-RL, 8:525-I, 9:601-I, 9:627-TT

Next-generation sequencing.......................6:396-I

Non-Mendelian inheritance.......................4:224-F, 5:306-F

Online crossword puzzles.......................3:208-Q

Open inquiry.......................3:160-F

Optimal foraging theory.......................6:403-I

Organogenesis.......................8:559-TT

Osmosis.......................4:265-H

Ovulation.......................1:12-F

Paleontology.......................2:118-I, 4:243-A

Parasitism.......................9:589-I

Peer-reviewed literature.......................5:350-Q

Phenotype.......................2:132-H

Phylogenetic trees.......................2:109-I, 7:432-F

Phylogenomic tools.......................7:432-F

Physiology.......................9:595-I

Plants.......................5:352-Q, 7:444-I

Polygenic inheritance.......................4:224-F

Protists.......................3:196-I

Public health.......................3:173-A

Punnett squares.......................3:189-I

Religious conflict.......................2:101-RL

Respiration.......................4:270-Q

Rhizobia.......................9:589-I

RNA interference.......................6:373-F

RNA-interference-based therapies.......................6:373-F

Science confidence.......................2:93-RL

Science instruction.......................9:627-TT

Scientific communication.......................8:501-RL

Scientific competition.......................1:23-A

Scientific inquiry.......................2:109-I

Scientific literacy.......................1:34-RL

Scientific method.......................3:160-F, 3:178-A, 3:189-I, 4:259-H, 8:518-I, 8:525-I, 8:551-I

Scientific practices.......................5:328-I

Scientific process.......................9:595-I

Scientific writing.......................8:551-I

Second law of thermodynamics.......................2:88-A

Soil ecology.......................1:47-I

Soil processes.......................1:47-I

Standardized assessment.......................4:247-RL

Symbiosis.......................9:589-I

TA training.......................1:17-A

Teaching effectiveness.......................9:584-RL

Teaching evolution.......................4:243-A

Tobacco.......................3:173-A

Tree.......................8:536-I

Tyrannosaurus rex.......................2:118-I

Undergraduate biology.......................8:551-I

Zea mays.......................5:333-I

TITLES

Articles

Preparing Future Biology Faculty: An Advanced Professional Development Program for Graduate Students .......................1:17-A

The Jealousy of Scientific Men .......................1:23-A

A New Species of Science Education: Harnessing the Power of Interactive Technology to Teach Laboratory Science .......................1:28-A

Evolution, Entropy, & Biological Information .......................2:88-A

Conflicts of Interest: Manipulating Public Health .......................3:173-A, 3:OL-A

Does the Beach-Spawning Grunion Eat Its Own Eggs? Eighth Graders Use Inquiry-Based Investigation to Collect Real Data in a University Laboratory .......................3:178-A

Arguing Like a Scientist: Engaging Students in Core Scientific Practices .......................4:231-A

The Process of Scientific Inquiry as It Relates to the Creation/Evolution Controversy: I.A Serious Social Problem .......................4:238-A

Did Humans Live with Dinosaurs? Excavating “Man Tracks” along the Paluxy River .......................4:243-A, 4:OL-A

Using David Lack’s Observations of Finch Beak Size to Teach Natural Selection & the Nature of Science .......................5:312-A, 5:OL-A

The Ins & Outs of Developing a Field-Based Science Project: Learning by Lassoing Lizards .......................5:320-A

Book Reviews

Owls of the World: A Photographic Guide .......................1:61-R

Weird Sea Creatures .......................1:61-R

Common Mosses of the Northeast and Appalachians .......................1:62-R

The Cambrian Explosion: The Construction of Animal Biodiversity .......................2:137-R

Darwin’s Doubt: The Explosive Origin of Animal Life and the Case for Intelligent Design .......................2:137-R

Teaching the Nature of Science: Perspectives & Resources .......................2:138-R

Thirteen Gold Monkeys .......................3:211-R

Natural History Museum Book of Animal Records .......................4:279-R

Paleofantasy: What Evolution Really Tells Us about Sex, Diet, and How We Live .......................4:279-R

The Story of the Human Body: Evolution, Health, and Disease .......................4:280-R

Case Studies in Allergic Disorders .......................5:354-R

Odd Couples: Extraordinary Differences between the Sexes in the Animal Kingdom .......................6:417-R

Snakes, Sunrises, and Shakespeare: How Evolution Shapes Our Loves and Fears .......................9:633-R

Soul of a Teacher .......................9:633-R

Diagnosis for Classroom Success: Making Anatomy and Physiology Come Alive, Teacher and Student Editions .......................9:634-R

Outsider Scientists: Routes to Innovation in Biology .......................9:634-R

The Amoeba in the Room: Lives of the Microbes .......................9:635-R

Editorials

Letter from the Editor .......................1:4-E

Thank You, ABT Reviewers .......................1:8-E

When Religion Demands Ignorance in Biology Classrooms .......................2:76-E

Join BioClub! .......................3:158-E

Genetics in the Classroom: Instruction & Enthusiasm .......................4:220-E

Coming To a State Near You .......................7:428-E

Physiology – Still the One! .......................9:572-E

Features

Using a Cyclical Diagram to Visualize the Events of the Ovulatory Menstrual Cycle .......................1:12-F

A Novel Laboratory Activity for Teaching about the Evolution of Multicellularity .......................2:81-F

Scientific Method & Evolutionary Theory Elucidated by the Ivory-billed Woodpecker Story .......................3:160-F

It’s Not Your Grandmother’s Genetics Anymore! .......................4:224-F

Pioneering Mars: Turning the Red Planet Green with Earth’s Smallest Settlers .......................5:300-F

It’s Not Your Grandmother’s Genetics Anymore! (Part 2) .......................5:306-F

Beyond the Central Dogma: Bringing Epigenetics into the Classroom .......................6:365-F

RNA Interference: An Instant Update on the Mechanism, Functions, & Therapeutic Applications.......................6:373-F

Using Mollusk Phylogeny To Teach Evolution .......................7:432-F

Evolution Makes More Sense in the Light of Development .......................8:493-F, 8:OL-F

Genetic Dominance & Cellular Processes .......................9:576-F, 9:OL-F

How To Do It

Chromoseratops meiosus”: A Simple, Two-Phase Exercise to Represent the Connection between Meiosis & Increased Genetic Diversity .......................1:53-H

Using Card Games to Simulate the Process of Natural Selection .......................2:124-H

Competitive Phylogenetics: A Laboratory Exercise .......................2:127-H, 2:OL-H

Hands-On Laboratory Simulation of Evolution: An Investigation of Mutation, Natural Selection, & Speciation .......................2:132-H

Close the Textbook & Open “The Cell: An Image Library” .......................3:201-H

Evolving Better Cars: Teaching Evolution by Natural Selection with a Digital Inquiry Activity .......................4:259-H

A Simple Inquiry-Based Lab for Teaching Osmosis .......................4:265-H

Exercises for Bringing the Hypothetico-Deductive Method to Life .......................5:346-H

Inquiry & Investigations

Students Dig Deep in the Mystery Soil Lab: A Playful, Inquiry-Based Soil Laboratory Project .......................1:47-I

The Mystery of the Skulls: What Can Old Bones Tell Us about Hominin Evolution? .......................2:109-I

The Coevolution of Tyrannosaurus & Its Prey: Could Tyrannosaurus Chase Down & Kill a Triceratops for Lunch? .......................2:118-I

Cootie Genetics: Simulating Mendel’s Experiments to Understand the Laws of Inheritance .......................3:189-I

Guiding Student Inquiry into Eukaryotic Organismal Biology Using the Plasmodial Slime Mold Physarum polycephalum .......................3:196-I

Students as Technicians: Screening Newborns for Cystic Fibrosis .......................4:254-I

Are They Bloody Guilty? Blood Doping with Simulated Samples .......................5:328-I

Promoting Student Inquiry Using Zea mays (Corn) Cultivars for Hypothesis-Driven Experimentation in a Majors Introductory Biology Course .......................5:333-I

Using the Eastern Hellbender Salamander in a High School Genetics & Ecological Conservation Activity .......................5:338-I

Drug-resistant Tuberculosis: A Genetic Analysis Using Online Bioinformatics Tools .......................6:386-I, 6:OL-I

Bringing Next-Generation Sequencing into the Classroom through a Comparison of Molecular Biology Techniques .......................6:396-I

Investigating Optimal Foraging Theory in the Laboratory .......................6:403-I

Understanding Cellular Respiration in Terms of Matter & Energy within Ecosystems .......................6:408-I

Macromolecules Inquiry: Transformation of a Standard Biochemistry Lab .......................7:438-I

Using Plants to Explore the Nature & Structural Complexity of Life .......................7:444-I

Modeling Evolution in the Classroom: The Case of Fukushima’s Mutant Butterflies .......................7:450-I, 7:OL-I

Confronting Scientific Misconceptions by Fostering a Classroom of Scientists in the Introductory Biology Lab .......................8:518-I

Using Ants, Animal Behavior & the Learning Cycle to Investigate Scientific Processes .......................8:525-I

Forest Health Detectives .......................8:536-I

“A Cellular Encounter”: Constructing the Cell as a Whole System Using Illustrative Models .......................8:544-I

Using Mini-Reports to Teach Scientific Writing to Biology Students .......................8:551-I

Studying Plant–Rhizobium Mutualism in the Biology Classroom: Connecting the Big Ideas in Biology through Inquiry .......................9:589-I

Using a Combined Approach of Guided Inquiry & Direct Instruction to Explore How Physiology Affects Behavior .......................9:595-I

How Do Small Things Make a Big Difference? Activities to Teach about Human–Microbe Interactions .......................9:601-I

Investigating Issues in the Laboratory: The Behavior of Red Swamp Crayfish as an Invasive Species .......................9:609-I

The Scene of the Crime: Classroom Integration of Biosafety, Microscopy & Forensics .......................9:615-I

Letters

“What Is Life?” Revisited .......................1:5-L

Letters to the Editor .......................6:361-L

Biostatistics in the Popular Press .......................7:429-L

Media Reviews

Evolving Switches, Evolving Bodies .......................1:65-M

The Making of the Fittest: Got Lactase? The Co-evolution of Genes and Culture .......................1:65-M

The Rap Guide to Evolution .......................2:142-M

Fresh: New Thinking About What We’re Eating .......................2:142-M

Terra Antarctica – Rediscovering the Seventh Continent .......................2:142-M

NewPath Learning .......................3:214-M

The Origin of Species: The Making of a Theory .......................4:282-M

Bottle Biology .......................4:282-M

The Nano Revolution, 2: More Than Human .......................5:355-M

Great Discoveries in Science: The Double Helix .......................5:355-M

Ask A Biologist .......................6:420-M

Encyclopedia of Life .......................6:420-M

Bat City USA .......................7:481-M

No Otter Zone .......................7:481-M

Return Flight: Restoring the Bald Eagle to the Channel Islands .......................8:565-M

The Shape of Life .......................8:565-M

Remains of a River .......................9:637-M

Online

An Economical Approach to Teaching Cadaver Anatomy: A 10-Year Retrospective .......................1:OL-RL

Competitive Phylogenetics: A Laboratory Exercise .......................2:OL-H

Conflicts of Interest: Manipulating Public Health .......................3:OL-A

Did Humans Live with Dinosaurs? Excavating “Man Tracks” along the Paluxy River .......................4:OL-A

Using David Lack’s Observations of Finch Beak Size to Teach Natural Selection & the Nature of Science .......................5:OL-A

Drug-resistant Tuberculosis: A Genetic Analysis Using Online Bioinformatics Tools .......................6:OL-I

Modeling Evolution in the Classroom: The Case of Fukushima’s Mutant Butterflies .......................7:OL-I

Evolution Makes More Sense in the Light of Development .......................8:OL-F

Genetic Dominance & Cellular Processes .......................9:OL-F

Other

“Just Go To Sleep!” Sleep & Learning .......................1:57-D

The Importance of Teaching Evolution.......................2:72-D

On Genius & Happenstance in Scientific Discovery .......................2:145-D

NABT is in Good Hands: Yours .......................3:156-D

Out of Balance .......................4:286-D

A Change of View .......................5:296-D

Editor’s Notes .......................6:360-D

Conference Reflections .......................8:490-D

Organisms, Modified, Genetically .......................9:639-D

Quick Fixes

Using Crossword Puzzles to Enhance Students’ Learning of Technical Biological Terms .......................3:208-Q

A Tale of Two Fishes or A Quick Fix for Fick’s Law .......................4:270-Q

Biology Myth-Killers .......................5:350-Q

In Search of a Better Bean: A Simple Activity to Introduce Plant Biology .......................5:352-Q

Research on Learning

Life Science Literacy of an Undergraduate Population .......................1:34-RL

An Economical Approach to Teaching Cadaver Anatomy: A 10-Year Retrospective .......................1:42-RL, 1:OL-RL

Teaching Evolution to Students with Compromised Backgrounds & Lack of Confidence about Evolution – Is It Possible? .......................2:93-RL

A Mixed Exam Format Closes the Gap for Students with a Conflict between Their Religious Belief & the Theory of Evolution .......................2:101-RL

Do Knowledge Arrangements Affect Student Reading Comprehension of Genetics? .......................3:184-RL

A Test of the Relationship between Reading Ability & Standardized Biology Assessment Scores .......................4:247-RL

Reaching Future Scientists, Consumers, & Citizens: What Do Secondary School Textbooks Say about Genomics & Its Impact on Health? .......................6:379-RL

Getting Students Talking: Supporting Classroom Discussion Practices in Inquiry-Based Science in Real-Time Teaching .......................8:501-RL

Explicitly Linking Human Impact to Ecological Function in Secondary School Classrooms .......................8:508-RL

Helping Graduate Teaching Assistants in Biology Use Student Evaluations as Professional Development .......................9:584-RL

Tips, Tricks & Techniques

The Electron Transport Chain: An Interactive Simulation .......................7:456-TT

Oh, Behave! Behavior as an Interaction between Genes & the Environment .......................7:460-TT

Make Your Own Working Models of Heart Valves! .......................7:466-TT

Learning about Vertebrate Limb Development .......................7:471-TT

The Cell Cycle: An Activity Using Paper Plates to Represent Time Spent in Phases of the Cell Cycle .......................7:478-TT

Of Heart & Kidneys: Hands-On Activities for Demonstrating Organ Function & Repair .......................8:559-TT

Reading to Understand Anatomy: A Literature Circle Approach .......................9:622-TT

Enhancing Science Instruction through Student-Created PowerPoint Presentations .......................9:627-TT

AUTHORS

Allard, David W........................4:283-M, 5:355-M

Allchin, Douglas .......................2:145-D, 4:286-D, 9:639-D

Allen, Denise A........................4:247-RL

Alozie, Nonye .......................8:501-RL

Amin, Shivas .......................8:551-I

Anderson, Nadja .......................3:189-I

Bachman, Beverly .......................3:196-I

Bain, Bonnie A........................2:132-H

Bal, Tara L........................8:536-I

Barber, Nicola C........................6:365-F

Barrett, Kim E........................9:573-E

Batorsky, Roberta .......................1:65-M, 2:142-M

Becker, Jonathan .......................8:508-RL

Benavides, Aerin.......................5:320-A

Bendixen, Conrad W........................5:333-I

Bierema, Andrea M.-K........................5:312-A, 5:OL-A

Blair, Amy C........................5:333-I

Bogardus, Robert .......................4:279-R

Bowling, Bethany .......................6:396-I

Buckland, Helen T........................1:57-D

Butler, Michael W........................8:525-I

Calmer, Joseph .......................9:622-TT

Carlton, Matthew A........................7:430-L

Cavanagh, J.William .......................3:178-A

Chang, Yung-Ta .......................3:184-RL

Chen, Ying-Chih .......................4:231-A

Chouinard, Adam .......................9:609-I

Choun, James .......................7:456-TT

Chudyk, Sarah .......................5:338-I

Cline, Rebecca J........................6:379-RL

Cohen, Joel I........................8:544-I

Connors, Bernadette .......................4:280-R

Constable, Mic-Andre .......................4:280-R

Cotner, Sehoya .......................2:81-F, 2:93-RL

Cowles, Elizabeth .......................1:61-R, 2:137-R, 3:211-R, 4:279-R, 5:354-R, 6:417-R, 9:633-R

Cromie, Meghan M........................1:17-A

Cunningham, Susanna L........................1:57-D

Curran, Mary Carla .......................9:627-TT

Cwikla, Julie .......................5:300-F

Davidson, Rebecca M........................6:386-I, 6:OL-I

Davis, Devra Lee .......................3:173-A, 3:OL-A

DeNieu, Michael .......................7:460-TT

Denton, Robert D........................8:518-I

DiGiovanni, Nicholas .......................6:361-L

Dittrich-Reed, Dylan .......................9:584-RL

Dolezal, Adam G........................8:525-I

Dou, Remy .......................3:214-M, 4:282-M, 5:355-M.6:420-M, 7:481-M, 8:565-M, 9:637-M

Drits-Esser, Dina .......................6:365-F

Eliyahu, Dorit .......................1:53-H

Gall, Andrew J........................7:460-TT

Galloway, Katelyn .......................3:189-I

Ganesh, Tirupalavanam G........................8:525-I

Gardner, Grant E........................4:280-R

Gerido, Leona .......................9:627-TT

Govedich, Fredric R........................2:132-H

Green, Michelle L........................9:615-I

Green, Ryan W........................9:615-I

Grilliot, Matthew E........................2:124-H, 6:403-I

Gusky, Sharon .......................4:254-I

Harden, Siegfried .......................2:124-H, 6:403-I

Hewitt, Krissi M........................9:609-I

Hibbitt, Cate .......................1:61-R, 9:635-R

Hicks, Melissa A........................6:379-RL

Hicks, Michael R........................8:525-I

Higgins, Benjamin A........................3:178-A

Hildebrand, Terri J........................2:132-H

Ho, Ivan Shun.......................1:12-F

Hoeck, Kathy Van .......................6:420-M

Hoh, Yin Kiong.......................6:373-F

Holding, Matthew L........................8:518-I

Horn, Michael H........................3:178-A

Howard, Ava R........................7:444-I

Howe, Eric M........................2:139-R

Hubert, David .......................9:609-I

Hudson, Margaret L........................7:466-TT

Huffling, Lacey D........................5:320-A

Hug, Barbara .......................9:601-I

Hwang, Bi-Chi .......................3:184-RL

James, Roxie .......................5:352-Q

Jasti, Chandana .......................9:601-I

Josway, Sarah .......................3:196-I

Kampourakis, Kostas .......................8:493-F, 8:OL-F

Kao, Robert M........................8:559-TT

Kayes, Lori J........................9:609-I

Kendall, K.Denise .......................9:584-RL

Kiser, Stacey.......................2:72-D, 5:296-D, 8:490-D

Koning, Ross E........................1:63-R

Krupa, James J........................3:160-F

Kulesza, Amy E........................8:518-I

Laemmerzahl, Arndt F........................3:196-I

Lakrim, Mohamad .......................9:634-R

Lamb, Neil E........................4:220-E

Lampert, Evan.......................5:350-Q

Lange, Catherine .......................5:338-I

Larios-Sanz, Maia .......................8:551-I

Lark, Amy .......................7:450-I, 7:OL-I

Latourelle, Sandra .......................2:143-M

Lee, Che-Di .......................3:184-RL

Lees, Kelsey D........................5:328-I

Leonard, William .......................1:8-E

Liang, Jennifer O........................7:471-TT

Ligon, Russell A........................8:525-I

Lin, Chen-Yung .......................3:184-RL

Lockwood, Stephanie A........................1:17-A

Lord, Jr., Richard .......................1:65-M, 5:355-M, 7:481-M, 8:565-M, 9:637-M

Machtinger, Erika T........................9:595-I

Madden, Jaclyn .......................5:354-R

Malone, Molly .......................6:365-F

Manjerovic, Mary Beth .......................9:615-I

Martinez, Kimberly M........................3:178-A

Maskiewicz, April C........................6:408-I

Mateus-Pinilla, Nohra .......................9:615-I

Matthews, Catherine E........................5:320-A

May, S.Randolph .......................2:118-I

McCabe, Declan J........................2:127-H, 2:OL-H

McComas, William F........................1:4-E, 6:360-D

McMillan, Amy .......................5:338-I

Medina, Stephanie R........................1:34-RL

Melton, Bob .......................7:428-E

Metoyer, Sandra .......................1:34-RL

Milanick, Mark A........................5:328-I

Miller, Amanda J........................1:17-A

Miller, Jon S........................4:238-A, 6:362-E

Milroy, Scott .......................5:300-F

Minelli, Alessandro .......................8:493-F, 8:OL-F

Mitchell, Claire .......................8:501-RL

Molina, Patricia E........................9:572-E

Moore, Randy .......................2:76-E, 2:93-RL, 4:243-A, 4:OL-A

Morehouse, Nathan I........................8:525-I

Narguizian, Paul .......................6:417-R

Niemiller, Matthew L........................9:584-RL

Noll, Matthew .......................7:471-TT

North, Brittany .......................3:196-I

Novakofski, Jan .......................9:615-I

Offner, Susan .......................7:432-F

Olsen, Shayna .......................7:471-TT

Ortlieb, Evan .......................1:34-RL

Parmar, Navneet K........................1:12-F

Pennock, Robert T........................7:450-I, 7:OL-I

Peters, Brenda J........................5:333-I

Peterson, Jacob .......................2:88-A

Pollock, David M........................9:573-E

Pyatt, Robert E........................6:396-I

Raney, Allison .......................2:81-F

Ratcliff, William C........................2:81-F

Reddy, Christopher .......................1:28-A

Reeves, Michael .......................1:61-R

Reeves-Pepin, Jaclyn .......................3:156-D

Reider, David .......................5:300-F

Richmond, Gail .......................7:450-I, 7:OL-I

Ridgway, Judith S........................8:518-I

Robischon, Marcel A........................4:270-Q

Romero, Chris .......................7:456-TT

Romesburg, H.Charles .......................5:346-H

Rosell, Rosemarie C........................8:551-I

Royer, Anne M........................4:259-H

Rudge, David W........................5:312-A, 5:OL-A

Sack, Jeffrey D........................1:66-M, 4:282-M, 8:565-M

Saunders, Cheston .......................3:201-H

Schauer, Alexandria .......................2:93-RL

Scherer, Yvette D........................7:478-TT

Schultheis, Elizabeth H........................4:259-H

Schussler, Elisabeth E........................9:584-RL

Seager, Robert D........................9:576-F, 9:OL-F

Sellers, George .......................3:158-E

Simmons, Alexandra D........................8:551-I

Simpson, Jeff S........................1:42-RL, 1:OL-RL

Skelton, Tara .......................5:300-F

Smith, Mike U........................4:224-F, 5:306-F

Spaccarotella, Kim .......................5:352-Q

Stanger-Hall, Kathrin F........................2:101-RL

Stansfield, William D........................1:5-L, 3:208-Q, 7:430-L

Stark, Louisa A........................6:365-F

Steenhoek, Joshua .......................4:231-A

Stein, Richard A........................3:173-A, 3:OL-A

Straits, William .......................9:622-TT

Strong, Michael.......................6:386-I, 6:OL-I

Stuart, Parker E........................5:328-I

Suwa, Tomomi .......................9:589-I

Taylor, Amy .......................3:201-H

Taylor, Jessica M........................6:386-I, 6:OL-I

Taylor, John R........................4:265-H

Terry, Mark .......................2:137-R

Thiet, Rachel K........................1:47-I

Torff, Bruce .......................8:508-RL

Toth, Ronald .......................4:238-A, 6:362

Trepanier, Angela M........................6:379-RL

Tung, Yu-Neng .......................3:184-RL

Unsworth, Elizabeth .......................7:438-I

Vandervoort, Frances S........................3:211-R

Waller, Pat .......................6:421-M, 9:633-R

Walsh, Joseph A........................1:23-A

Waters, Jillian L........................9:601-I

Weeks, Andrea .......................3:196-I

Weigel, Emily G........................7:460-TT

Wenner, Julianne A........................2:101-RL

Westreich, Sam .......................2:81-F

Westrich, Kathleen .......................1:8-E

Whitaker, Rachel J........................9:601-I

White, Joshua S........................6:408-I

Wilczynski, Carolyn J........................2:109-I

Williamson, Brad .......................9:589-I

Williamson, Jenny L........................1:57-D

Wu, Jen-Yi .......................3:184-RL

Wyner, Yael .......................8:508-RL

Yerky, Mike Darwin .......................2:109-I

Zimmer, Erin .......................6:396-I

     
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