This index includes everything published in The American Biology Teacher during 2015 (Volume 77) 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.

Key Codes

Articles 
Sacred Bovines 
Editorial 
Features 
How To Do It 
Inquiries & Investigations 
Letters 
Classroom Materials & Media Reviews 
MR Material Reviews 
OL ABT Online 
Quick Fix 
Book Reviews 
RL Research on Learning 
TT Tip1s, Tricks & Techniques 
Articles 
Sacred Bovines 
Editorial 
Features 
How To Do It 
Inquiries & Investigations 
Letters 
Classroom Materials & Media Reviews 
MR Material Reviews 
OL ABT Online 
Quick Fix 
Book Reviews 
RL Research on Learning 
TT Tip1s, Tricks & Techniques 

SUBJECTS

ABO blood group ........................................................8:583-F

Action projects.............................................................4:241-F

Active learning................................................. 333, 466, 518

Adaptation.................................................................... 6:427-I

Aneuploidy ...................................................................1:63-TT

Animal behavior .......................................................... 6:433-I

Animation...................................................................6:465-TT

Anthropogenic effects .................................................1:73-TT

Ants ........................................................................... 7:517-RL

Astrobiology ............................................... 8:567-F, 8:567-OL

Astrology ....................................................................7:542-TT

Asynchronous learning ............................................. 6:422-RL

Bananas........................................................................ 8:622-I

Biology education.................................... 3:170-RL, 3:170-OL

Biology for nonmajors ............................................. 3:178-RL

Biotechnology ..............................................................4:241-F

Black tapirs ..................................................................2:108-F

Carbohydrates .............................................................. 8:622-I

Carbon cycle.................................................................4:232-F

Cartoon.......................................................................6:465-TT

Cell biology.................................................................. 7:526-I

Cells .............................................................................. 8:622-I

Cellular biology.......................................... 6:406-F, 6:406-OL

Central dogma.............................................6:446-I, 6:453-TT

Chromosomes...............................................................1:63-TT

Cladistics.....................................................................2:141-TT

Classical biological control..........................................1:73-TT

Climate change......................................................... 4:250-RL

Conservation.................................................................1:73-TT

Constructivist learning design ....................................1:63-TT

Convergent thinking....................................................3:166-F

Cooperative learning ................................................ 6:422-RL

Core concepts................................................................. 1:30-I

Course design ........................................................... 3:178-RL

Creationism .....................................................2:99-F, 7:507-F

Critical thinking ........................................................ 4:250-RL

Darwin, Charles.............................. 2:94-F, 4:250-RL, 8:616-I

Data analysis.................................................................. 1:56-I

Data Nuggets................................................................. 1:19-I

Decomposition.............................................................. 8:601-I

Discovery Institute .......................................................7:507-F

Dispersion...................................................................4:289-TT

Dissection ..................................................................... 8:601-I

Divergent thinking.......................................................3:166-F

Dose–response............................................................. 6:442-I

Ecology ................................................. 1:50-I, 1:56-I, 6:433-I

Empiricism..................................................................4:284-TT

Environmental change ................................................ 7:532-I

Epigenetic modification............................................... 8:616-I

Eukaryotic translation.................................................. 3:185-I

Evolution ...................................2:113-RL, 2:113-OL, 2:135-I, 2:145-TT, 2:94-F, 2:99-F, 3:198-I, 4:250-RL, 4:274-I, 4:274-OL, 6:414-F, 7:507-F, 7:549-TT, 8:567-F, 8:567-OL, 8:588-RL, 8:610-I

Evolutionary biology.................................................... 8:610-I

Experiential learning ................................................... 4:258-I

Experimental design..................................................7:542-TT

Extremophiles............................................. 8:567-F, 8:567-OL

Field exercise ............................................................... 6:433-I

Field research............................................................... 7:532-I

Frog heart .................................................................... 6:442-I

Gene expression.........................................................6:453-TT

Gene pool .................................................................... 2:135-I

Genetic code ................................................................ 3:185-I

Genetic drift.................................................................2:108-F

Genetics ...................... 3:211-TT, 6:406-F, 6:406-OL, 7:492-F

Genotype .......................................1:50-I, 2:145-TT, 3:211-TT

Global climate change ................................. 4:232-F, 4:258-I

Gregor Mendel.............................................................7:492-F

Guided inquiry............................................................. 3:206-I

Hands-on................................................................... 7:517-RL

Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium .....................................2:108-F, 2:135-I, 8:577-F<

Health education ..................................... 3:170-RL, 3:170-OL

Heart...........................................................................8:633-TT

Heredity.......................................................6:453-TT, 7:492-F

History of biology .......................................................8:577-F

History of science ...........................................2:94-F, 7:492-F

Horoscope...................................................................7:542-TT

Hypertrophy ...............................................................8:633-TT

Hypothesis testing....................................................... 6:427-I

Inquiry ....................................1:12-RL, 1:19-I, 1:41-I, 1:50-I, 1:56-I, 7:549-TT, 8:601-I, 8:622-I

Inquiry-based learning ................................. 3:166-F, 4:258-I

Insects........................................................................ 7:517-RL

Instructional technology............................................8:626-TT

Intelligent Design ........................................................7:507-F

Introductory biology...................................................... 1:41-I

Invasive species ...........................................................1:73-TT

Karyotype .....................................................................1:63-TT

Lab-based instruction................................................. 1:12-RL

Lamarck........................................................................ 8:616-I

Language development .............................................. 8:610-I

Learning progressions .................................................4:232-F

Lesson plan................................................................8:626-TT

Literature review .........................................................1:69-TT

Methodology................................................................ 7:532-I

Methods of science ..................................................... 8:601-I

Microbes ..................................................... 8:567-F, 8:567-OL

Microtubules................................................................. 7:526-I

Model-based reasoning................................................. 1:30-I

Modeling-based inquiry .............................................. 2:128-I

Molecular biology............................................ 1:30-I, 7:526-I

Molecular evolution.......................................... 1:6-F, 2:118-I

Molecular genetics.......................................................7:492-F

Mutation.............................................. 1:6-F, 2:118-I, 8:616-I

Mystery Tube .............................................................7:549-TT

Natural selection................................ 1:6-F, 2:118-I, 2:128-I, 8:610-I

Nature of science ...................... 4:284-TT, 7:485-F, 7:485-OL, 7:500-F, 7:538-TT, 7:549-TT, 8:567-F, 8:567-OL

Next Generation Science Standards .......6:453-TT, 7:485-F, 7:485-OL, 8:577-F

Ocean acidification....................................................... 4:258-I

Oligosaccharides...........................................................8:583-F

Operons .......................................................................... 1:30-I

Optimal diet................................................................. 3:192-I

Optimal foraging ......................................................... 3:192-I

Organismal evolution .................................................. 6:427-I

Organogenesis............................................................8:633-TT

Origin of life .............................................. 8:567-F, 8:567-OL

Ornithology ................................................................6:459-TT

Patient case studies .................................................... 6:446-I

PCR ............................................................................. 3:211-TT

Phenotype .....................................1:50-I, 2:145-TT, 3:211-TT

Philosophy of biology ............................... 7:485-F, 7:485-OL

Phylogeny..................................... 2:141-TT, 3:198-I, 4:274-I, 4:274-OL, 8:588-RL

Phytoplankton.............................................................. 4:265-I

Plant ............................................................................. 8:622-I

Pompe disease............................................................. 6:446-I

Population growth models......................................... 4:265-I

Poster ......................................................................... 1:69-TT

Predation risk............................................................... 3:192-I

Project-based learning ................................. 1:41-I, 4:241-F, 8:567-F, 8:567-OL

Pseudoscience ............................................................4:284-TT

Quantitative literacy ........................................ 1:19-I, 4:265-I

Quantitative skills .......................................................... 1:56-I

Rationalism ................................................................4:284-TT

Research in biology education...................................7:492-F

Role-playing ................................................................. 3:185-I

Science education.......................................7:507-F, 8:626-TT

Science literacy ......................................................... 3:178-RL

Science teaching........................... 7:485-F, 7:485-OL,7:500-F

Scientific literature ...................................................... 7:532-I

Scientific method.......................................................7:542-TT

Scientific theory.........................................................7:538-TT

Scientific writing.......................................................... 8:601-I

Sexual selection........................................................... 2:128-I

Simulation.................................................................... 6:446-I

Skepticism ..................................................................4:284-TT

Social media ..............................................................6:459-TT

Spatial ecology statistics...........................................4:289-TT

Speciation...................................................................2:145-TT

Statistics ....................................................................... 3:206-I

Stem cells .................................................. 6:406-F, 6:406-OL

STEM Student Engagement......................................6:465-TT

Stenosis ......................................................................8:633-TT

Storyboarding.............................................................6:453-TT

Structure and function................................................ 6:446-I

Student engagement ............................................... 8:588-RL

Student learning......................................................... 1:12-RL

Student research..........................................................1:69-TT

Systematics................................................2:141-TT, 8:588-RL

Tetralogy of Fallot.....................................................8:633-TT

Tracing matter and energy ........................................4:232-F

Transducer.................................................................... 6:442-I

Tree rings..................................................................... 3:206-I

Tree thinking ................................3:198-I, 4:274-I, 4:274-OL

Twitter........................................................................6:459-TT

Undergraduate research.............................................. 7:526-I

Urban wildlife.............................................................. 6:433-I

Vestigial organs .............................................................2:99-F

Vestigial structures ........................................................2:99-F

Veterinarian medicine ................................. 6:406-F,6:406-OL

Virtual study group.................................................. 6:422-RL

Wheatstone bridge...................................................... 6:442-I

Wiki technology........................................................ 6:422-RL

Yeast............................................................... 7:526-I, 8:616-I

TITLES

Articles

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

Book Reviews

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

Cancer Virus: The Story of Epstein-Barr Virus ........... 1:79-R

The Extreme Life of the Sea....................................... 1:79-R

Understanding Evolution............................................ 2:150-R

The Princeton Guide to Evolution ............................ 2:150-R

The Amazing World of Flyingfish............................. 3:216-R

How Snakes Work: Structure, Function, and Behavior of the World's Snakes.................. 3:216-R

Deer ............................................................................. 4:301-R

Dolphin........................................................................ 4:301-R

Rabbit.......................................................................... 4:301-R

Saving Turtles: A Kid's Guide to Helping Endangered Creatures .......................................... 4:301-R

Bug Music: How Insects Gave Us Rhythm and Noise.............................................................. 5:392-R

The Bee: A Natural History ....................................... 5:392-R

Inheritance: How Our Genes Change Our Lives and Our Lives Change Our Genes............. 5:392-R

Penguins: The Ultimate Guide .................................. 6:471-R

Welcome to Subirdia: Sharing Our Neighborhoods with Wrens, Robins, Woodpeckers, and Other Wildlife .................................................................. 6:471-R

Hummingbirds ............................................................ 6:471-R

The Course of Nature: A Book ofDrawings on Natural Selectionand Its Consequences............................ 6:471-R

Weird Birds ................................................................. 6:471-R

Weird Frogs ................................................................ 6:471-R

In Search of Cell History: The Evolution of Life's Building Blocks..................................................................... 6:471-R

The Way of Science: Finding Truthand Meaning in a ScientificWorldview............................................... 7:554-R

How Come? Every Kid's Science Questions Explained............................................................... 7:554-R

The Evolutionist: The Strange Tale of Alfred Russel Wallace .......................................... 8:641-R

The House of Owls .................................................... 8:641-R

Haeckel's Embryos: Images, Evolution, and Fraud ........9:710-R

Does Altruism Exist? Culture, Genes, and the Welfare of Others................................................. 9:710-R

Wonders of the Plant Kingdom: A Microcosm Revealed................................................................ 9:710-R

Badger ......................................................................... 9:710-R

Mouse.......................................................................... 9:710-R

Walrus ......................................................................... 9:710-R

The Book of Beetles: A Life-size Guide to Six Hundred of Nature's Gems.................................. 9:710-R

Life's Engines: How Microbes Made Earth Habitable............................................................... 9:710-R

Editorials

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

The Joy of Exploration..................................................2:88-E

Thank You, ABT Reviewers...........................................2:91-E

What's in a Name: Mutation versus Variant? ..................................................................3:160-E

What's in a Name, & What's in the NGSS? ..............................................................3:161-E

Déjà Vu All Over Again: Climate as a Second Front for Biology Teachers ...................................4:228-E

The Unseen Microbial World as a Tool for Learning Biology....................................................5:320-E

Making Biology Meaningful: Nature of Science Matters......................................................7:481-E

Biology Education in an Era of Acronyms................8:563-E

Considering the Needs & Interests of the Youngest Biologists ...............................................9:645-E

Features

Instant Update: Considering the Molecular Mechanisms of Mutation & Natural Selection .............................1:6-F

Considering the Role and Nature of the Scientist: The Case of Darwin and Evolution........................2:94-F

Vestigial Biological Structures: A Classroom-Applicable Test of Creationist Hypotheses .......................................2:99-F

Blue Tigers, Black Tapirs, & the Pied Raven of the Faroe Islands: Teaching Genetic Drift Using Real-Life Animal Examples ...................................2:108-F

Generating Testable Questions in the Science Classroom: The BDC Model..........................................................3:166-F

Learning Progressions & Climate Change .................4:232-F

Community Action Projects: Applying Biotechnology in the Real World .................................................4:241-F

“Bugs on Bugs”: An Inquiry-Based, Collaborative Activity to Learn Arthropod & Microbial Biodiversity........................................... 5:323-F, 5:323-OL

Exploring the Scopes “Monkey” Trial in Dayton, Tennessee: A Guide to People & Places ................................5:333-F

Evaluation of Educator & Student Use of & Attitudes toward Dissection & Dissection Alternatives ............................................................5:340-F

Discussion of Animal Stem Cells in the Classroom: Engaging Students through the Lens of VeterinaryMedicine ......................... 6:406-F, 6:406-OL

The Experimental Detection of an Emotional Response to the Idea of Evolution.......................................6:414-F

The Nature of Science & the Next Generation of Biology Education ............................... 7:485-F, 7:485-OL

Mendel and the Nature of Science ...........................7:492-F

Hypothesis Generation in Biology: A Science Teaching Challenge & Potential Solution............................7:500-F

No Data Required: Why Intelligent Design Is Not Science....................................................................7:507-F

Bringing Astrobiology Down to Earth ..... 8:567-F, 8:567-OL

Making Sense of Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium.........8:577-F

ABO Blood Groups.......................................................8:583-F

Integrating Life Science Content & Instructional Methods in Elementary Teacher Education ..............................................................9:651-F

Microbes as Friends, Not Foes: Shifting the Focus from Pathogenesis to Symbiosis ..................................9:659-F

Inquiry & Investigations

Data Nuggets: Bringing Real Data into the Classroom to Unearth Students’ Quantitative & Inquiry Skills ......................................................................... 1:19-I

Teaching the Big Ideas of Biology with Operon Models...................................................................... 1:30-I

A Model Inquiry-Based Genetics Experiment for Introductory Biology Students: Screening for Enhancers & Suppressors of Ptpmeg .................... 1:41-I

“The Strawberry Caper”: Using Scenario-Based Problem Solving to Integrate Middle School Science Topics........................................................................ 1:50-I

The Difference That Data Make: Examining Bird Migration Data to Build Scientific Skills................................. 1:56-I

Laboratory Activities to Support Student Understanding of the Molecular Mechanisms of Mutation & Natural Selection................................................................. 2:118-I

Inquiry through Modeling: Exploring the Tensions Between Natural & Sexual Selection Using Crickets.......... 2:128-I

A Sweet Dive into the Gene Pool: An Easy Look at p & q ................................................................ 2:135-I

Time to Translate: Deciphering the Codon in the Classroom....................................................................... 3:185-I

Optimal Foraging by Birds: Experiments for Secondary & Postsecondary Students ........................................ 3:192-I

Investigating Tree Thinking & Ancestry with Cladograms............................................................. 3:198-I

Exploring Tree Age & Diameter to Illustrate Sample Design & Inference in Observational Ecology ................................................................... 3:206-I

Demonstrating the Effects of Ocean Acidification on Marine Organisms to Support Climate Change Understanding........................................................ 4:258-I

Exploring Phytoplankton Population Growth to Enhance Quantitative Literacy: Putting Vision & Change into Action ............................................................. 4:265-I

Using Evolutionary Data in Developing Phylogenetic Trees: A Scaffolded Approach with Authentic Data ........................................... 4:274-I, 4:274-OL

Using a Simple Escherichia coli Growth Curve Model to Teach the Scientific Method................ 5:357-I

Inquiry-Based Instruction of Compound Microscopy Using Simulated Paleobiogeography .............................. 5:363-I

“STOP: Can You Drink That Water?” Microbiology, Chemistry, & Advocacy in an Inquiry-Based Water Quality Curriculum for 8th Graders ..................... 5:369-I

Growing a Thicker Skin: An Exercise for Measuring Organismal Adaptations to Terrestrial Habitats .................................................................. 6:427-I

Studying Behavioral Ecology on High School & College Campuses: A Practical Guide to Measuring Foraging Behavior Using Urban Wildlife............................. 6:433-I

Using a Phototransduction System to Monitor the Isolated Frog Heart.............................................................. 6:442-I

Using a Simulation to Illustrate Crosscutting Concepts through a Disease Model ..................................... 6:446-I

Designing Authentic Undergraduate Research Experiences in a Single-Semester Lab Course......................... 7:526-I

Doing It Again: Repeating Methodology from Published Literature to Learn Field Biology......................... 7:532-I

Exploring the Methods of Science Using Nightcrawler Decomposition........................................................ 8:601-I

“Finding Garrett”: An Evolutionary Language Development Game............................................... 8:610-I

The Luria-Delbrück Fluctuation Test as a Classroom Investigation in Darwinian Evolution................... 8:616-I

Exploring Carbohydrates with Bananas..................... 8:622-I

Promoting Student Understanding of the Ecological Impacts & Management of Invasive Species: A Collaborative Scenario-Driven Activity ............ 9:676-I

Engaging Students in Inquiry through Behavioral Bioassays of Aquatic Macroinvertebrates ............................ 9:681-I

Measuring Changes in Blood Vessel Diameter in the Tail of the Goldfish .......................................................... 9:689-I

Fight for Life: A Classroom Game of Foraging, Patch Selection, & Risk ............................................9:693-I

Classroom Materials & Media Reviews

MarineBio ..................................................................... 1:82-M

NOAA Education Resources....................................... 2:153-M

The Marion Lake Story: Defeating the Mighty Phragmite............................................................. 4:305-M

Doing Biology ............................................................ 5:397-M

PhET Interactive Simulations: Biology.................................................................. 5:397-M

Merchants of Doubt .................................................. 5:476-M

Popped Secret: The Mysterious Origin of Corn........... 7:558-M

Extinction in Progress ............................................... 9:716-M

Online

A Study of the Literature on Lab-Based Instruction in Biology.............................................................. 1:12-OL

Boosting Students’ Attitudes & Knowledge about Evolution Sets Them Up for College Success ................... 2:113-OL

The Relationship between Biology Classes and Biological Reasoning and Common Heath Misconceptions.................................................... 3:170-OL

Using Evolutionary Data in Developing Phylogenetic Trees: A Scaffolded Approach with Authentic Data.................................................... 4:274-OL

“Bugs on Bugs”: An Inquiry-Based, Collaborative Activity to Learn Arthropod & Microbial Biodiversity.......................................................... 5:323-OL

Discussion of Animal Stem Cells in the Classroom: Engaging Students through the Lens of Veterinary Medicine.........................................6:406-OL

The Nature of Science & the Next Generation of Biology Education ............................................... 7:485-OL

Bringing Astrobiology Down to Earth .................... 8:567-OL

Reconsidering the Use of Scoring Rubrics in Biology Instruction ........................................................... 9:669-OL

Sacred Bovines

Beginnings ..................................................................... 1:4-D

Listening to Whales ................................................... 3:220-D

Global Warming: Scam, Fraud, or Hoax?............... 4:308-D

Why We Teach!.......................................................... 6:401-D

Hooks, Lines, & Sinkers ............................................. 9:718-D

Research on Learning

A Study of the Literature on Lab-Based Instruction in Biology........................................................1:12-RL, 1:12-OL

Boosting Students’ Attitudes & Knowledge about Evolution Sets Them Up for College Success................................................ 2:113-RL, 2:113-OL

The Relationship between Biology Classes and Biological Reasoning and Common Health Misconceptions................................... 3:170-RL, 3:170-OL

Engaging Non–Science Majors in Biology, One Disease at a Time ............................................................ 3:178-RL

Considering the Role of “Need for Cognition” in Students’ Acceptance of Climate Change & Evolution ............................................................. 4:250-RL

Integrating Botany with Chemistry & Art to Improve Elementary School Children's Awareness of Plants.............................................................. 5:348-RL

Wiki Technology: A Virtual, Cooperative Learning Tool Used to Enhance Student Learning ......... 6:422-RL

Developing Science Observation Skills: Appreciating Acorn Ants .................................... 7:517-RL

Modeling with Nonliving Objects to Enhance Understanding of Phylogenetic Tree Construction ........................................................ 8:588-RL

Reconsidering the Use of Scoring Rubrics in Biology Instruction .........................9:669-RL, 9:669-OL

Tips, Tricks & Techniques

Karyotype Analysis Activity: A Constructivist Learning Design.....................................................1:63-TT

Position Posters: An Alternative Take on Science Posters....................................................................1:69-TT

“Invented Invaders”: An Engaging Activity to Teach Characteristics & Control of Invasive Species ............................................................... 1:73-TT

Building a Twig Phylogeny ......................................2:141-TT

Special Speciation......................................................2:145-TT

Grocery Store Genetics: A PCR-Based Genetics Lab that Links Genotype to Phenotype............................3:211-TT

Preparing Students for Science in the Face of Social Controversy...........................................................4:284-TT

Improving Student Understanding of Spatial Ecology Statistics .................................................4:289-TT

Enhancing Learning Using 3D Printing: An Alternative to Traditional Student Project Methods.................5:376-TT

Addressing the Problem of Poorly Preserved Zoological Specimens: A Case Study with Turtles .............5:378-TT

The Immune System Game......................................5:382-TT

Using Storyboarding to Model Gene Expression ....6:453-TT

Teaching Bird Identification & Vocabulary with Twitter.........................................................6:459-TT

Creating & Teaching with Simple Animation: Making Biology Instruction Come Alive..........................6:465-TT

Teaching the Meaning of “Theory” in Science..................................................................7:538-TT

Using Astrology to Confront & Discuss Pseudoscience in the Classroom .............................................................7:542-TT

Using Mystery Tubes to Teach the Nature of Nonscience............................................................7:549-TT

Using Mobile Devices to Engage Students in Evolutionary Thinking................................................................8:626-TT

Traffic Jam Response: Hands-on Activities for Exploring Artery Roadblocks................................................8:633-TT

Mobile Botany: Smart Phone Photography in Laboratory Classes Enhances Student Engagement.........................................................9:699-TT

Using Authentic Environmental Data to Enhance Biology Understanding......................................................9:703-TT

A Laboratory Exercise to Explore Sustained Gravitational-Force Tolerance by Insects ...........9:707-TT

AUTHORS

Abu Baker, Mohammad A. ....................................... 6:433-I

Adams, Patt I. ................................................ 1:6-F, 2:118-I

Ahmed, Noveera T. ...................................................1:63-TT

Alberts, Halley ...........................................................4:289-TT

Allchin, Douglas..........................................3:220-D, 4:308-D, 6:476-M, 7:481-E, 9:718-D

Ambrocio, Zenis.............................................................2:99-F

Anderson, Charles W. ................................................4:232-F

Andrade, Julia B. .........................................................2:99-F

Ashman, Tia-Lynn.......................................................... 1:50-I

Aydýn, Serap Öz.............................................................2:94-F

Baker, Gail A. ............................................................ 8:641-R

Baldwin, John T. ........................................................8:577-F

Barrera, Alessandra L. ............................................ 6:422-RL

Baumgartner, Erin ....................................................... 4:265-I

Begley, Matthew T. ................................................... 9:693-I

Bennett, Sarah L. ...................................................... 8:601-I

Berbeco, Minda............................................................4:228-E

Bernd, Karen K. ......................................................... 5:369-I

Bibi, Raquel ............................................. 3:170-RL, 3:170-OL

Biga, Lindsay ............................................................... 4:265-I

Billstein, Sidney K. .................................................... 8:616-I

Bland, Mark W. .........................................................6:414-F

Bledsoe, Karen............................................................. 4:265-I

Boes, Kathryn E. ........................................................ 9:676-I

Bokor, Julie .................................................................. 6:446-I

Bosch, Frances ...........................................................5:376-TT

Bouwma, Andrew....................................................... 2:128-I

Bouwma-Gearhart, Jana.............................................. 2:128-I

Bramschreiber, Terry .................................................4:284-TT

Branch, Glenn .............................................. 2:150-R, 4:228-E

Briju, Betsy J. ...........................................................3:211-TT

Brown, Joel S. ........................................................... 6:433-I

Bulleri, Robin E. ........................................................ 6:471-R

Burrows, Geoffrey E. ................................................9:699-TT

Cameron, Jacquelyn ....................................................5:333-F

Cammell, Jonathan S. ...................................................1:6-F

Carroll, Kathleen A. ................................................... 8:610-I

Carter, B. Elijah ....................................... 2:113-RL, 2:113-OL

Casady, Grant M. ....................................................... 3:206-I

Chang, Amy L. ...........................................................5:320-E

Chang, Wen-Hua .........................................................3:166-F

Chen, Shu-Bi ................................................................3:166-F

Chentsova-Dutton, Yulia ......................... 3:170-RL, 3:170-OL

Çil, Emine.................................................................. 5:348-RL

Clark, Jennifer M. ...................................................... 9:693-I

Coffey, Janet ............................................................. 9:669-RL

Cohen, Eliza ................................................. 1:12-RL, 1:12-OL

Colton, Shannon ........................................................6:453-TT

Comet, Michael H. .................................................... 3:216-R

Connors, Bernadette J. ............................................. 5:392-R

Cooper, Robert A. ........................................................ 1:30-I

Countryman, Lyn L. .................................................2:145-TT

Cowles, Elizabeth...........................1:79-R, 2:150-R, 3:216-R, 4:301-R, 5:392-R, 6:471-R, 7:554-R, 8:641-R, 9:710-R

Cunniff, Peggy .............................................................5:340-F

Cutting, Garry ..............................................................3:160-E

Darwiche, Houda ......................................................... 6:446-I

Davenport, KD...............................3:198-I, 4:274-I, 4:274-OL

Davis, Garrett............................................................... 8:610-I

Dawson, James............................................................ 4:265-I

de los Santos, Elizabeth X. .......................................4:232-F

DeHart, Kyle................................................................... 1:50-I

Dorner, Meredith .........................................................1:69-TT

Dou, Remy ..................................1:82-M, 2:153-M, 3:218-M, 4:305-M, 5:397-M, 6:476-M, 7:558-M, 9:000-M

Drayton, Brian.............................................. 1:12-RL, 1:12-OL

Dreesmann, Daniel ................................................... 7:517-RL

Drits-Esser, Dina .........................................................9:659-F

Dulin, Gary S. ............................................................. 9:681-I

Durfee, Sarah .............................................................. 4:301-R

Eberhardt, Laurie S. ..................................... 7:532-I, 9:681-I

Edelman, Jay A. ..................................... 3:170-RL, 3:170-OL

Ellis, Jane P. ...................................................1:4-D, 6:401-D

Emerson, Sara E. ........................................................ 6:433-I

Farenga, Stephen J. ................................ 6:406-F, 6:406-OL

Farnsworth-Hoback, Kerri..........................................9:707-TT

Firooznia, Fardad ......................................................... 3:185-I

Flinn, Kathryn M. ....................................................2:141-TT

Forbes, Cory ...............................................................9:651-F

Foust, Katanya K. ........................................................2:99-F

Friedman, Erich J. ....................................................5:382-TT

Garcia, Rebecca......................................................... 3:178-RL

Gaston, Jasmine E. ......................................................2:99-F

Gibbs, Melissa A. .....................................................5:382-TT

Gibson, Cynthia S. .................................................... 4:301-R

Golomb, Miriam........................................................... 8:616-I

Gonda, Rebecca L. ....................................................... 1:50-I

Grammer, Julie ............................................................ 4:265-I

Green, Che ...................................................................5:340-F

Grimes, Larry .............................................................. 9:710-R

Hafer, Abby..................................................................7:507-F

Hallman, Tyler A. ....................................................6:459-TT

Hanson, Paul R. ......................................................... 4:258-I

Harper, John D. I. ....................................................9:699-TT

Hayes, Loren D. ......................................................... 8:610-I

Hibbit, Cate...................................2:150-R, 6:471-R, 8:641-R

Hicks, Hannah M. ...................................................... 9:676-I

Higley, Leon G. ........................................................9:707-TT

Hoback, W. Wyatt.....................................................9:707-TT

Hodgson, Jay Y. S. .................................................... 5:363-I

Homburger, Sheila A. ................................................9:659-F

Hopkins II, Robert .....................................................4:289-TT

Howard, Ava ................................................................ 4:265-I

Hubler, Tina ...................................................... 1:6-F, 2:118-I

Hultman, William ........................................................ 8:610-I

Hundal, Savreen ...................................... 3:170-RL, 3:170-OL

Hutchinson, Michael.................................. 6:406-F, 6:406-OL

Infanti, Lynn M. ..................................... 2:113-RL, 2:113-OL

Inman, John C. .......................................................... 6:427-I

Joseph, Drew ............................................................... 6:446-I

Kao, Robert M. ........................................................8:633-TT

Karetny, E. J. ............................................................ 5:397-M

Kelley, Amanda L. ..................................................... 4:258-I

Kelley, Stephanie A. .................................................. 4:258-I

Keselman, Alla......................................... 3:170-RL, 3:170-OL

Kjelvik, Melissa K. ........................................................ 1:19-I

Klein, Janette Gomos............................................... 3:178-RL

Koning, Ross E. ......................................................... 9:710-R

Korb, Michele.............................................................6:453-TT

Kosinski-Collins, Melissa S. .......................................... 1:41-I

Kosycarz, Tess .............................................................. 8:610-I

Kroen, William...........................................................9:703-TT

Kudrna, Jeremy......................................................... 4:250-RL

Lake, Ellen C. ............................................................. 3:192-I

Lampert, Evan C. .......................................1:73-TT, 5:323-F, 5:323-OL, 8:588-RL

Levin, Daniel M. ..................................................... 9:669-RL

Lewis, Ryshonda P. .....................................................2:99-F

Liniewski, Rachel M. ...................................................2:99-F

Lord, Jr., Richard ....... 4:305-M, 5:392-R, 7:558-M, 9:716-M

Lucci, Karen ................................................................... 1:56-I

Lyengar, Erika ................................................ 1:79-R, 9:710-R

Lysne, Steven J. .......................................................8:626-TT

Malone, Molly ............................................................9:659-F

Maroo, Jill D. ...........................................................2:145-TT

Mateer, Scott C. ......................................................... 5:363-I

McComas, William F. .................. 2:91-E, 7:485-F, 7:485-OL

McGahern, Patricia.....................................................5:376-TT

McInerney, Joseph D. ................................................3:161-E

McKernan, Lisa N. ..................................................... 5:357-I

Mennella, Thomas A. ................................................ 7:526-I

Milks, Kirstin Jane ........................3:198-I, 4:274-I, 4:274-OL

Miller, Brant G. ........................................................8:626-TT

Mook, Jennifer .......................................................... 8:588-RL

Moore, Randy ..............................................................5:333-F

Morgan, Jeanelle M. ............................... 5:323-F, 5:323-OL

Moroni, J. Sergio.......................................................9:699-TT

Morris, Jonathan......................................................... 3:216-R

Morrison, Elizabeth......................................................6:414-F

Narguizian, Paul ......................................................... 7:554-R

Nash, Troy R. ............................................................. 6:427-I

Ness, Daniel ............................................... 6:406-F, 6:406-OL

Nguyen, Phuong D. ...................................................4:241-F

Nyamai, Priscilla A. ................................................... 9:676-I

Oakley, Julia ............................................................... 9:689-I

Offner, Susan ...............................................................8:583-F

Osenkowski, Pamela....................................................5:340-F

Parker, Joyce M. ........................................................4:232-F

Pecor, Keith W. .......................................................... 3:192-I

Pedretti, Kay ............................................................... 7:554-R

Poli, DorothyBelle......................................................5:376-TT

Poppenwimer, Tyler L. .............................................. 9:676-I

Pursley, Adrianne ......................................................9:707-TT

Puttick, Gillian ............................................. 1:12-RL, 1:12-OL

Quell, Andrew.............................................................. 2:135-I

Quinlan, Catherine L. .............................. 8:567-F, 8:567-OL

Quinn, Vanessa S. ....................................................7:542-TT

Quinnell, Rosanne......................................................9:699-TT

Ragin, Bobby A. ..........................................................2:99-F

Rahman, Alvina ........................................................ 3:178-RL

Robinson, Khanna L. ...................................................2:99-F

Robinson, W. Douglas...............................................6:459-TT

Robischon, Marcel .......................................................2:108-F

Rudge, David Wÿss .....................................................7:492-F

Sabel, Jaime................................................. 6:471-R, 9:651-F

Sack, Jeffrey D. .......................................... 1:82-M, 2:153-M

Sammet, Rebecca ..................................................... 7:517-RL

Scammell, Jonathan .................................................... 2:118-I

Schultheis, Elizabeth H. ............................................... 1:19-I

Senter, Phil ....................................................................2:99-F

Setty, Sumana ............................................................... 1:41-I

Shore, Marta ............................................................. 4:250-RL

Shubin, Neil H. ............................................................2:88-E

Siegel, Marcelle A. .....................................................4:241-F

Slinskey Legg, Alison ................................................... 1:50-I

Smith, George P. ....................................................... 8:616-I

Smith, Mike U. ..........................................................8:577-F

Smith, Stephen M. .................................................... 8:616-I

Snyder, Jeffrey ............................................................. 4:265-I

Stanley, Shane G. ........................................................2:99-F

Stark, Louisa A. .........................................................9:659-F

Stephens, Philip J. ..................................................... 6:442-I

Strode, Paul K. ..........................................................7:500-F

Strom, Madeline K. ................................................... 8:610-I

Sturner, Kelly ................................................................. 1:56-I

Swanson, Robert J. .................................................... 9:681-I

Tamarkin, Dawn A. .................................................... 8:622-I

Tang, Xiaowei ........................................................... 9:669-RL

Tassell, Rebecca Van .................................. 4:274-I, 4:274-OL

Thomas, Aimée K. ...................................................5:378-TT

Thomas, Robert A. ...................................................5:378-TT

Tjaden, Anne................................................................5:340-F

Tseng, Ching-Mei.........................................................3:166-F

Tunnicliffe, Sue Dale .................................................9:645-E

Valauri-Orton, Alexis.................................................... 5:369-I

Van Tassell, Rebecca ................................................... 3:198-I

Vigna, Janet...............................................................7:549-TT

Vogt, Gina..................................................................6:453-TT

Waller, Pat.................................................................. 9:710-R

Wassenberg, Deena.................................................. 4:250-RL

Wellner, Karen............................................... 1:79-R, 9:710-R

Westenberg, David J. ................................................5:320-E

Westmoreland, David...............................4:284-TT, 7:538-TT

Wiles, Jason R. .................................... 2:113-RL, 2:113-OL

Williams, Claudia M. ................................................. 9:689-I

Williams, Cody Tyler ...................................................7:492-F

Work, Kirsten A. ......................................................5:382-TT

Wund, Matthew A. ................................................... 3:192-I

Wyatt, Sarah E. .......................................................3:211-TT

Yager, Robert E. ........................................................8:563-E

Yang, Suann ................................................................ 6:427-I

Zangori, Laura ............................................................9:651-F

Zanin, Mary K. B. ....................................................6:465-TT

Zeeh, Ann .................................................................... 2:135-I