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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 2012:

Denise J. Bennett, senior instructor of journalism and mass media, granted tenure,

  • Full Metal Jacket Diary, by Matthew Modine

Annemarie Bridy, associate professor of law, granted tenure

  • Interop: The Promise and Perils of Highly Interconnected Systems, by John Palfreya dnUrs Gasser.

Kathryn Canfield-Davis, promoted to associate professor of leadership and counseling, with tenure.

  • An Unfinished Life: John F. Kennedy, 1917-1963, by Robert Dallek 

Angelique Eaglewoman, associate professor of law, granted tenure

  • Waterlily, by Ella Cara Deloria

Patrick F. Gillham, promoted to associate professor of sociology and anthropology, with tenure

  • The Protestant Ethic and the "Spirit" of Capitalism and Other Writings, by Max Weber, Edited and translated by Peter Baehr and Gordon C. Wells.

Luke Harmon, promoted to associate professor of biolgoical sciences, with tenure

  • Lizards in an Evolutionary Tree, Jonathan B. Losos, Forward by Harry W. Greene

Marvin Heimgartner, promoted to senior instructor of biological and agricultural engineering

  • The Grapes of Wrath, by John Steinbeck

Ann Hoste, promoted to professor of theatre arts, with tenure

  • Costume Design: Techniques of Modern Masters, by Lyn Pecktal

Benjamin A. Hunter, promoted to librarian with the rank of associate professor, with tenure

  • The Highland Bagpipe: Music, History, Tradition, by Joshua Dickson

Jerrold A. Long, associate professor of law, granted tenure

  • To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee

Tony McCammon, promoted to extension associate professor in the southern district, with tenure

  • Native American Ethnobotany, by Daniel E. Moerman

Sandra McCurdy, promoted to professor of family and consumer sciences

  • The Jungle, by Upton Sinclair

Gordon K. Murdoch, promoted to associate professor of animal and veterinary science, with tenure

  • Duke's Physiology of Domesitc Animals, 12th ed., William O. Reece

Andrew Nutting, promoted to associate professor of business, with tenure

  • Prince of the City, by Robert Daley

Nora Olsen, promoted to professor of plant, soil and entomological sciences

  • The Potato Crop, edited by Paul Harris

Joey Peutz, promoted to extension professor in the southern district

  • Ellen Swallow: The Woman Who Founded Ecology, by Robert Clarke

Jason C. Porter, promoted to associate professor of accounting, with tenure

  • The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable, by Patrick Lencioni

Kelly Quinnett, promoted to professor of theater arts

  • An Actor's Work, by Constantine Stanislavski

Jeffrey Seegmiller, promoted to associate professor of movement sciences, with tenure

  • Wall and Melzack's Textbook of Pain, by Stephen McMahon and Martin Koltzenburg 

Glenn E. Shewmaker, promoted to professor of plant, soil and entomological sciences

  • Pasture and Grazing Management in the Northwest, by Glenn E. Shewmaker and Mylen G. Bohle

Rebecca J. Tallent, promoted to associate professor of journalism and mass media, with tenure

  • The New Media Nation: Indiginous Peoples and Global Communication, by Valerie Alia

Randall Teal, promoted to associate professor of architecture and interior design, with tenure

  • Project Japan: Metabolism Talks, by Rem Koolhaas and Hans Ulruchh Obrist

J. D. Wulfhorst, promoted to professor of agricultural economics and rural sociology

  • Days of Grace: A Memoir, by Arthur Ashe and Arnold Rampersad

F. Martin Ytreberg, promoted to associate professor of physics, with tenure

  • The Statistical Physics of Biomolecules: An Introduction, by Daniel M.Zuckerman