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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 2010:

Fred Barlow, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, with tenure

  • Ceramic Interconnect Technology Handbook, F. Barlow and A. Elshabini, editors, 2007.

Kim Barnes, Professor of English

  • As Eve said to the Serpent:  On  Landscape, Gender, and Art, by Rebecca Solnit

Charlene Byington, Senior Instruction Instructor and Eastern District Extension Educator 

  • How to Get your Kid to Eat, But Not Too Much, by Ellyn Satter

I. Francis Cheng, Professor of Chemistry

  • Science and Christianity:  Conflict or Coherence?

Barbara Cosens, Professor of Law

  • A River Runs Through It, by Norman Maclean

Raymond Dezzani, Associate Professor of Geography, with tenure

  • Empire, by Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri

Gregory Donohoe, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • Age of Wonder:  How Romantic Generation Discovered of the Beauty and Terror of Science, by Richard Holmes

Paul Gessler, Professor of Forest Resources

  • Geomorphometry: Concepts, Software, Applications. 2009, Edited by T. Hengl and H. Rueter.

Lyle Hansen, Associate Extension Professor and Southern District Extension Educator, with tenure

  • Work Less, Live More (The Way to Semi-Retirement), and the accompanying workbook, by Bob Clyatt

Patricia Hart, Associate Professor of Journalism and Mass Media

  • Mountains Beyond Mountains, Tracey Kidder

Lori Higgins, Associate Professor of Sociology and Rural Community Development, with tenure

  • We Make the Road by Walking, by Myles Horton and Paulo Friere

Ronda Hirnyck, Extension Professor and Southern District Extension Educator

  • The Unsettling of America:  Culture and Agriculture, by Wendell Berry

Laura Holyoke, Associate Professor of Adult, Career and Technology Education, with tenure

  • Leadership without Easy Answers,  by Ronald Heifetz

Zonglie Hong, Associate Professor of Microbiology, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, with tenure

  • Cell Division Control in Plants, by DPS Verma and Z. Hong

Kathleen Kavanagh, Professor of Forest Resources

  • Introduction to Scientific Programming and Simulation Using R, by Owen Jones, Robert Maillardet, and Andrew Robinson

Karen Launchbaugh, Professor of Rangeland Ecology

  • Wild Rangelands:  Conserving Wildlife While Maintaining Livestock in Semi-Arid Ecosystems. Johan du Toit, Richard Kock and James Deutsch (editors).

Scott Minnich, Professor of Microbiology, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry

  • The Eighth Day of Creation:  The Makers of the Revolution in Biology, 1996, by Horace Freeland Judson

Román Montoto, Associate Professor of Architecture, with tenure

  • Questions of Space:  Lectures on Architecture, by Bernard Tschumi

Daniel Orozco, Associate Professor of English, with tenure

  • The Complete Sherlock Holmes, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Dev Shrestha, Associate Professor of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, with tenure             

  • Bioenergy and Biofuel from Biowastes and Biomass, by Samir K. Khanal, Rao Y. Surampalli, Tian C. Zhang                 Buddhi P. Lamsal, R.d. Tyagi, C.M. Kao

Michael Thornton, Professor of Plant Science

  • Potato Production Systems:  A Comprehensive Guide for Potato Production, edited by Jeff Stark and Stephen Love

Akira Tokuhiro, Professor of Mechanical Engineering

  • Bach’s Changing World:  Voices in the Community, by Carol Baron

Gregory Turner-Rahman, Associate Professor of Art and Design, with tenure

  • Making Comics, by Scott McCloud

Joan West, Professor of Foreign Languages and Literatures

  • Cinema and the Second Sex:  Women’s Filmmaking in France in the 1980s and 1990s, by Carrie Tar with Brigitte Rollet

Frank Wilhelm, Associate Professor of Limnology, with tenure

  • Restoration and Management of Lakes and Reservoirs,  2005, 3rd edition, by G. Dennis Cooke, Eugene B. Welch, Spencer Peterson, and Stanley A. Nichols         

Juliet Windes, Associate Professor of Crop Management, with tenure

  • Wheat Science and Trade, by Brett Carver