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To acknowledge the academic accomplishments of the University of Idaho faculty, library personnel recognize faculty promotions and achievement of tenure by inserting a bookplate into a book that has special personal significance.

These are the books that were selected for 2006:

Diane Armpriest, Associate Professor of Architecture, with tenure

  • Building construction: Principles, Materials & Systems

Leah Bergman, Associate Professor of Physics, with tenure

  • Metal Oxide Chemistry and Synthesis: From Solution to Solid State

Robert Caisley, Associate Professor of Theatre & Film, with tenure

  • Subsequent Performances

Lisa J. Carlson, Professor of Political Science

  • Arms and Influence

Sanford Eigenbrode, Professor of Entomology

  • Insects and the Plant Surface

Jerry Fairley, Associate Professor of Hydrogeology

  • Don Quixote

Fritz Fiedler, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, with tenure

  • To Kill a Mockingbird

Robert Heckendorn, Associate Professor of Computer Science, with tenure

  • Ishmael

Herbert Hess, Professor of Electrical Engineering

  • Switching Power Supply Design, Second Edition

Rod Hill, Associate Professor of Growth Biology, with tenure

  • Biology of Growth of Domestic Animals

Armando McDonald, Professor of Forest Products, with tenure

  • Wood Modification: Chemical, Thermal and Other Processes

Nils Olof Pellmyr, Professor of Biology

  • Annals of the Former World

Richard Seamon, Professor of Law, with tenure

  • Marcel Proust, Remembrance of Things Past

Markus Tuller, Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics, with tenure

  • Soil-Water-Solute Process Characterization—An Integrated Approach

Cheri Vasek, Associate Professor of Theatre & Film, with tenure

  • Miodrag Tabacki

Richard Wells, Professor of Electrical Engineering

  • Critique of Pure Reason by Immanuel Kant (Cambridge Edition)

J.D. Wulfhorst, Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics, with tenure

  • Building Sustainable Communities, Environmental Justice & Global Citizenship