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   One Hundred Twenty—Fifth Annual

  Foster Ockerman, Chairman
? William E. Burnett, ]r., Vice Chairman
;  Edythe ]ones Hayes, Secretary
l Mrs. Kay Shropshire Bell Professor ]udith Rhoads
y Professor Raymond F. Betts Mr. ]ames L. Rose
il Professor Carolyn S. Bratt Mr. C. Frank Shoop I
  Mr. William E. Burnett, ]r. Mrs. Marian Moore Sims
L Mr. Scott Crosbie The Honorable Robert F. Stephens
' Dr. ]ack Foster Mr. William B. Sturgill
Mrs. Edythe ]ones Hayes Mr. Daniel C. Ulmer, jr.
Mr. Asa L. Hord Mr. Billy B. Wilcoxson
Dr. Robert P. Meriwether The Honorable Henry R. Wilhoit, ]r.
Mr. Foster Ockerman Governor Wallace G. Wilkinson
  Charles T. Wethington, ]r., President
  Peter P. Bosomworth, Chancellor for the Medical Center
 .1 ]oseph T. Burch, Vice President for University Relations
  Ben W. Carr, Chancellor for the Community College System
. Edward A. Carter, Vice President for Management and Budget
l Donald B. Clapp, Vice President for Administration
  Robert E. Hemenway, Chancellor for the Lexington Campus
~  Lee Magid, Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies
  Eugene R. Williams, Vice President for Information Systems

3 The exercises of the one hundred twenty-fifth annual commencement are enacted today at the
  University of Kentucky. The counterpart of the pageantry is enacted each year on campuses all
  over the world. It is the solemn climax and recognition of the graduates' years of study and
preparation for responsibility.
  A description of the academic pageantry is provided for your interest and information.
V The procession, which forms on the Avenue of Champions and enters the Coliseum through
I the four corners of the floor, is led by the University Marshal whose position is in front of the
  stage. The University Marshal bears the ceremonial mace, emblematic of the endorsement of the
T State and the University. Led by Assistant Marshals, the candidates march behind the
identification banner of the respective colleges which recommended them for their degrees.
The candidates for advanced degrees enter the floor from the southeast door (see diagram,
next page); candidates for advanced degrees are from the following:
The Graduate School (doctoral and masters candidates),
College of Law,
College of Medicine,
College of ljentistry, and
  College of Pharmacy.
  Entering through the southwest door (see diagram, next page) are candidates for degrees from
" the following:
College of Education,
College of Nursing,
College of Human Environmental Sciences,
College of Communications, and
College of Fine Arts.
A Entering through the northeast door (see diagram, next page) are candidates for degrees from
the following:
N College of Arts and Sciences, and
College of Engineering.
Entering through the northwest door (see diagram, next page) are candidates for degrees from
the following:
College of Agriculture,
College of Business and Economics,
A College of Allied Health Professions,
  College of Social Work,
V College of Library and Information Science, and
f College of Architecture.
  As the candidates reach their seats, the members of the faculty of the University of Kentucky
,=~ proceed into the Coliseum, entering the floor from the northeast door and wearing the colorful
i hoods of their disciplines (see description of colors on page 7) and of the colleges and
J universities from which they were graduated. The climax of the procession brings to the
platform the members of the Board of Trustees of the University, the Deans of the various
.p  colleges, honorary degree recipients, the Chancellors, the Vice Presidents, and other University
Q officials, and guests. The President of the University and the Chairman of the Board of Trustees,
 i upon greetings from the University Marshal, lead this distinguished group to the platform in
g two columns from the northwest door. The Trustees of the University can be identified by their
  blue gowns with white panels; they also wear blue caps with gold tassels.

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` All candidates for degrees and those who hold these degrees, including University officials,
faculty, and visiting dignitaries, are attired in traditional cap and gown. The basic color for most
  caps and gowns is formal black. However, recipients of different degrees wear distinctive
  tassels on their caps and hoods of various hues draped down the backs of the gowns.
Candidates for Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees wear the regulation cap with the tassel
appropriate to the school or division from which they are being graduated, with the exception
of those who already hold Doctor’s degrees and are privileged to wear gold tassels. Except
during the positioning of the Colors, the playing of the National Anthem, and prayers, men in
academic regalia are requested to wear their caps. The authorized list of tassel colors follows:
Arts and Sciences - White Dentistry - Lilac
Agriculture - Maize Architecture - Blue Violet
Engineering - Orange Allied Health Professions - Light Green
1 Law - Purple Home Economics - Maroon
  Education - Light Blue Library and Information Science - Lemon
i Business and Economics — Drab Social Work -Citron
° Pharmacy - Olive Green Communications - Crimson
Medicine - Green Fine Arts - Brown
Nursing - Apricot
The gown for the Bachelor’s degree has pointed sleeves. It is designed to be worn closed. The
gown for the Master’s degree has an oblong sleeve, open at the wrist, like the others. The sleeve
base hangs down in the traditional manner. The rear part of its oblong shape is square cut and
the front part has an arc cut away. The gown is designed and supplied with fasteners so that it
may be worn open or closed. The gown for the Doctor’s degree has a bell—shaped sleeve on
which are three velvet bars (usually black but sometimes other colors, depending on the
° degree).
The Bachelor’s hood is rather short with a narrow velvet edging of the appropriate color (see
A list under tassels) and a lining in the color or colors of the institution - blue and white at
i The Master’s hood is considerably longer, has a wider velvet edging, and exposes more of the
  lining. The outside velvet trim color designates the degree which the person is receiving.
 ‘ The Doctor’s hood is easily recognized by the width of the velvet edging, the wide panels at
 ;. either side, the greater length, and the full exposure of the lining. The colors of the edging most
.  frequently seen are blue for philosophy, green for medicine, and purple for laws; the colors for
VA the honorary Doctor’s degrees are purple for laws, white for letters, and golden yellow for
 l` science.
’ Candidates for honorary degrees do not wear the hood until after the degree has been
  conferred; part of the ceremony of admitting a candidate to his or her honorary degree consists
in the candidate being formally invested with the hood.

Oh Say! can you see, by the dawn's early light,  
What so proudly we hailed at the twilight`s last gleaming? `
Whose broad stripes and bright stars, thro' the perilous fight,  ·
O'er the ramparts we watch`d, were so gallantly streaming?  I
And the rockets` red glare, the bombs bursting in air,  
Gave proof thro‘ the night that our flag was still there. ‘ 
Oh, say does that Star-Spangled Banner yet wave l 
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave?  
O beautiful for spacious skies, For amber waves of grain, T
For purple mountain majesties, Above the fruited plain! n
America! America! God shed His grace on thee,  
And crown thy good with brotherhood, From sea to shining sea!  
University Marshal l
Lois M. Chan  
The University of Kentucky Commencement Band l
Bradley P. Ethington, School of Music
Dr. Everett McCorvey, School of Music l
Student members of the Commencement Committee and ‘ 
members of the following campus organizations:  .
Chi Omega, Delta Delta Delta, Omicron Delta Kappa,  
and Mortar Board  `

g Presiding
  Charles T. Wethington, ]r. President
 F STAR SPANGLED BANNER ................................................................. (Francis Scott Key)
  INTRODUCTION S ............................................................................ President Wethington
 i, COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS ................................ The Honorable Thomas M.T. Niles
  Assistant Secretary of State
COMMENTS ........................................................ Student Representative of Class of 1992
- Dean C. Oran Little Dean Peggy S. Meszaros
’ College of Agriculture College of Human Environmental Sciences
1 Dean Thomas C. Robinson Dean Thomas]. Waldhart
_ College of Allied Health Professions College of Library and Information Science
Acting Dean Clyde Carpenter Dean Carolyn A. Williams
College of Architecture College of Nursing
  Dearn Richard Edwards Dean ]ordan L. Cohen
College of Arts and Sciences College of Pharmacy
Dean Richard W. Furst Dean Zafar Hasan
_ College of Business and Economics College of Social Work
l Dean Douglas A. Boyd Dean Daniel R. Reedy
i College of Communications The Graduate School
  Dean I. Iohn Harris III Dean David A. Nash
  College of Education College of Dentistry
if Dean Thomas W. Lester Dean Rutheford B Campbell
s College of Engineering College of Law
5 Dean Richard C. Domek, ]r. Dean Emery A. Wilson
College of Fine Arts College of Medicine
GREETINGS - ALUMNI ASSOCIATION ............................................. Myra Leigh Tobin
President, National Alumni Association
RECOGNITION OF RECIPIENTS OF ALUMNI .......................... President Wethington
RECOGNITION OF RECIPIENTS OF ............................................ President Wethington
PRESENTATION OF WILLIAM B. STURGILL AWARD ............ President Wethington
  PRESENTATION OF EXCELLENCE IN ........................................ President Wethington
 ; PRESENTATION OF SULLIVAN AWARDS ................................ President Wethington
 *4 David B. Dick, University Orator
 j CONFERRING OF HONORARY DEGREES ...............,................. President Wethington
  AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL ............................................................ (Katherine Lee Bates)

Guy Mattison Davenport, ]r.
D Claire Louise Caudill

* Degree awarded August 1, 1991
** Degree awarded December 20, 1991 QZ
(N0 asterisks) Degree will be conferred May 9, 1992 ,3
if candidates have met all degree requirements  

 lamie Lynelle Baker-Prewitt’**, Hudson, OH
T h 9 G   u     h 0 ol Major: Experimental Psychology
Dean: Daniel R. R€€Cly Dissertation: "Self-Monitoring and Self-Awareness as Predictors
_ of Consumer Behavior"
Doctor of Philosophy
i Kunal Banerji, Morgantown, WV
AbbEVi AbbEy°”° Major: Business Administration
  Maloli Agricultural Economics Dissertation: "Organizational Networks and International
 i Dissertation: "Portfolio Choice: A Chance-Constrained Market Entry: lapanese Entry into the United States Auto
 ‘ Formulation of the Efficiency-Safety Rule in Production Ancillary Industry"
ll  Decisions" _ _
 ~ Diane M. Banic, Warren, OH
  Wilt0¤ LEE A€€0lH°°*, PiYfSViUE, Wi Major: Education and Counseling Psychology -
IVI&jOI'Z BUSINESS ACl1’l'1i1'1lSiI`3tlOIl Counseling Psychology
Dissertation: "An Empirical Investigation of the Effects of a Dissertation: "Commitment in Long-Term Marriages: A Test of
Capital Budgeting Computerized Decision Aid and the lnveetment Model"
Cognitive Syle Differences on Investment Decisions"
Minas Stefanos Barbarakis, Thessaloniki, Greece
Zulfiqar Ahmad, Lahore, Pakistan Maier; Chemistry
Q Malorl o€°l°%Y Dissertation: "Enzyme— and Fluorophore-Linked Binding Assays
_ _ Dissertation: "Numerical Groundwater Modeling of the Rechna that Employ the Avidin-Biotin System"
{ Doab, Punjab, Pakistan"
T Arun lyoti Basu, Guwahati, India
  Abdulaziz M.A. Ajlan*, Saudi Arabia Maier; Mining Engineering
l Malori Entomology Dissertation: "A Skeletal Model for an Intelligent and Integrated
l Dissertation: "Pathogen-Herbivore Interactions Mediated by Design System for Underground (joel Mines"
Activated Resistance in Cucumber and Tobacco"
Karin Remington Bennett*, Minneapolis, MN
Victor Kodzo Adjovie Akatsa*, Hlefi Maier; Mathematics
Malorl Mathematics Dissertation: "Parallel Collocation Methods for Boundary Value
Dissertation: "Flat Envelopes and Negative Torsion Functors" Pr-oblemS"
lose Ribamar Nazareno Anjos*, Brasilia, Brazil Delano I—l_ Berry*, Greenville, NC
Major: Plant PHfh0l0gy Major: Business Administration
DiSSEft6ti0¤1 “$fUdiES in thE EPidEmi0l0gy and M0lE€¤l21f Dissertation: "An Extension of Managerial Accounting and
Biology of Two Soybean Viruses: Soybean Mosaic Virus and Operational Auditing in the Public Sector: A Case Study of
BEHH Pod MOtYl€ Virus" School Food Service Programs in Selected Local School
_ Districts in the Commonwealth of l¤¤v¤¤i" Dissertation: "3-Hydroxy—N—Methyl-2-Pyrrolidinone: Synthesis,
M1ng—jr Chang**, Taiwan, Chjng ll lim. fm H IVOIFVB uation as a Nove Trtmsdormai
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_ _ _ _ Absorption Enhancer
Major; Mechanical Engineering
Dissertation: "Transient Behavior of Heat Pipe with Thermal D@nl€l Adllén DUCQSSGMI COl`bOd6t Algellllnil
Energy Storage Under Pulse Heat Loads" Major: Plant Pathology
John Perkins Chastainmjl Marietta, GA Dissertation: Gene ljof Peanut Chlorotic Streak Virus. A
_ _ _ _ Caulimovirus, is it Involved in Virus Movement?
Major: Agricultural Engineering
Dissertation: "Heat and Mass Transfer Through the Bovine Hair Lori D9? DWY€l`i» i-·aB€il`g€‘t WY
Coat During Direct Evaporative Cooling" Major: BiOCh(-Bmistry
Tae Won Cho Dissertation: "The Use of Novel Heterobifunctional Cross-linking
M _ _ El _ 1 E _ _ Reagents in the Study of Calmodulin/Target Protein
2`t]Ol”. ectrica ngineering Relationshipsu
Dissertation: "PARALLEX: A Parallel Approach to the Switchbox _
{touting of vi_5i Circuit; David Patrick Ecker"’*, New Albany, IN
Major: Studies in Higher Education
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li/Fliiii_i\[imrmiirotiyimmiC5 iii Matt" Pamela Billings Farley, Nicholasville
Major: Nursing
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N?    ’ Lexington Dissertation: "The Process of Seeking Security, Love and
all i' tniib ry Belonging By Previously Impaired and Non-Impaired
Dissertation: "Synthesis of Tyrosine- and Cysteine-Based Registered Nurses During Childhood and Adolescense"
Heterobifuctional Photoaffinity Cross-Linking Reagents"
Abdelkader Fatmi**, Istres, France
Sherill Ann Nones Cronin, Louisville Major; Crop Science
Mmm: Nursing Dissertation: "Variabilit of Recombination Fre uencies in the
_ Y Cl
Dissertation: "lllness Representations in Coronary Artery Bypass Iowa Stiff Stalk Synthetic Maize (Zea Mays L.)"

 ? ]effrey McCoy Feix, Bowling Green Clemen Gonzales, Philippines
i Major: Psychology - Clinical Psychology Major: Agricultural Economics
i Dissertation: "Empathy and Interpersonal Perception in Dissertation: "Impact of LDCs of Trade Liberalization in the
‘ Individuals with Psychopathic Tendencies" World Meat Market: Case of The Philippines"
Ryan Ivan Fernandes*, Goa, India Geoffrey Lippincott Gordon**, Williamsport, PA
  Major: Mathematics Major: Business Administration
in   Dissertation: "Alternating Direction Implicit Finite Element Dissertation: "Measuring Value Driven Choice in Business-to-
  Methods for Solving Time Dependent Problems" Business Service Innovation"
T  Catherine A. Fiorello, Stratford, CT Kenneth Donald Greis**, Ft. Thomas
 » Major: Education and Counseling Psychology - Major: Biochemistry
ant f Educational PSY€llOl0gY Dissertation: "Purification and Characterization of an
Dissertation: "The Influence of Computers and the Influence of Extracellular Phosphoglycan from ’Leishmania Donovani"’
Experts on Teachers’ Decision Making" _
]ohn Russell Groves, Lexington
Karen L. Foster, Portland, OR Major: Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation
as Majvrr Engll$h Dissertation: "An Examination of Major Initiatives in Campus
Dissertation: "Images of Women in the Nineteenth-Century Planning at tht? University of K€‘nt¤€l1¤¤¤1¤r Seems
Peter Gi Giavinosl irq Dayton, OH Louis Keith I·Iarper**, jeffersonville, IN
Major: Pharmaceutical Sciences Malm`: l`llSlOlY
Dissertation: UTM Nucieophiic Addition Of Busuifite [On to Dissertation: "Southern Baptists an Social Christianity 1890-l920"
lminesz Kinetics, Effects on I—Iydrolyt1c Stability, and l II Rosma Hasibuansl Indonesia
Implications Relative to the Formation of Acid-labile Imines Major. Entomology
Doreen Kim Soh Goh*, Malaysia Dissertation: "Predator-Pathogen-Host Population Interaction in
MajO1‘: EI1|;OmOlOgy a Model Laboratory System"
Dissertation: "Identification, Locationiand Characterization of the Barbara Scott Hatfieidiil Gaiiitolisl OH
2 Gene Encoding a Structural Protein in the Autographa M _ _ M h _
californica Nuclear Polydrosis Virus (AcMNPV)” alma at Ematlcs
Dissertation: "Gradient Bounds for the Capillary Problem"

 Cheryl Ann Doll Haven"', Florence Dan Yu Hu, Beijing, China I I
Major: Pharmaceutical Sciences Major: Mathematics I
Dissertation: "Spermidine Transport in Cultured Bovine Dissertation: "Parellel Krylov Subspace Methods for Solving I
Pulmonary Artery Smooth Muscle Cells: Regulation by Sylvester Equations"
Hypoxia" _ _ _
james Longinus HuclCarlos Fuentes (l975—l990)" Inventory Performance" I
Linda Sue Henson, Nicholasville Yuan—Chuen Hwang**, Taiwan, China
Major: Communication Major: Electrical Engineering _
Dissertation: "Policies and Practices of Broadcast and Cable Dissertation: "Stability Analysis in Cartesian Force Control for j
Networks Toward the Acceptance of Issue Advertising" Robot Compliant Motion" I
Kevin Lee Herkelman**, St. joseph, MO Salam A. Ibrahim’**, Kuwait
Major: Animal Sciences Major: Animal Sciences _
Dissertation: "Effects of Trypsin Inhibitor Activity, Heating Time Dissertation: "Factors Affecting Bulk Starter Agglutination" Q
and Sodium Metabisulfite on the Nutritional Value of Full-Fat _ _ I
Soybeans for Pigs and Chicks" I·Inda EIIIs .IOIInsOnH.» Paducah I
Major: Business Administration
Staple?] Mjchael II‘I€m““ ’ R1p1€y’ WV Dissertation: "Communication Support Systems: A Systemic .
Major. Animal Sciences Approach to Researcw I
Dissertation: "Possible Mechanisms Mediating the Effects of ·
Nutrition on Lu tenizing Hormone Secretion in Ovariectomized Ianan Afram lenawl Iraq I
Lambs" Major: Pharmaceutical Sciences
Helen p' Hodges, Roswell, GA Dissertation Utilization of rodrugs to Enhapce the
_ _ — _ _ _ TransdermalAbsorpt1on of Indomethacm
Major: Studies in Higher Education .
Dissertation: "Competing Discourses of Nursing Education: An Christine Iosetl IndOnesIa I
Explication Based on Seung and Liszka" Major: Animal Sciences j
Gilbert Reed Holyoak Dissertation: Effect of Lecithin and Milk Fat With and Without
_ _ _ _ Homogenization on Bulk Starter Performance and Starter .
Major. Veterinary Science Culture Agglutinatipnu Z
Dissertation: "The Relationship Between the Onset of Puberty and _ _ _ I
Establishment of Persistent Infection With Equine Arteritis Swan l0snI'BarVe/ Pune, Indra j
Virus" Major: Biochemistry
Ronald Honchelpp Hazard Dissertation: "Eucaryotic Protein Synthesis Initiation Factorllts .
_ _ Role in Translation and Regulation by Phosphorylation ;
Major: Toxicology j
Dissertation: "Tumor Necrosis Factor and Liver Injury" WaI·MIng Ka¤**, I‘IOI\g Kong j
D _ 1 W_u_ H L _ Major: Pharmaceutical Sciences
A/?I?1t_ p _1 Ilan? yomgp _ eilggto? 1 Dissertation: "Synthesis and Applications of Some Bicyclo(2.2.l)- .
all"' Sys I0 Oby _ mma Sys 10 Ogy Heptane Thromboxane Antagonists" j
Dissertation: "liftects of Sugar Ingestion Expectancies on Mother- ·
cmu 1memaa.m5~ Kendall I ay K¤rr’**, Lubbock, TX j
D K H i I _ Major: Animal Sciences
Mrems Sp _l.tiI`srtH,“i1XlnEgOn t_ Dissertation: "Zinc Induced Alterations in Ruminal Nitrogen
ajor. uc 1es in ig er uca ion Mptabolismn V
Dissertation: "Perceptions of Higher Education in a Banking World" _

 l Paula Scheliga Kearns’* Weimin Liang*’*, China
Major: Public Administration Major: Electrical Engineering
Dissertation: "The Determinants of State Budget Periodicity, and Dissertation: "Design, Fabrication and Modeling of Vacuum
the Implications for State Spending and Interest Group Microelectronic Devices"
Glenn Matthew Lilly*, Florence
EL1g€1'l€ Kéllymli, Asheville,   Major; Mathgmatjgs
{ Melon Ednsefien and Counsollng Psychology ' Dissertation: "The Cl Generalization of Bailey’s Transform and
j Educational Psychology Baijeyrs j_€mma~
  Dissertation: "An Investigation of Affective Interventions _ H _
Linking: Intervention to the Temperamental Style of At-Risk Ronggueng ljln I Fllznour Cnlne
Z Middle School Students" Major: Chemistry
D' tt°:”S t t`,Elt h ‘l dPh h'l
gg Christine Bruins Kern, Ft Mitchell lssggggxies Olgiighiiilorg E) Cgriqgiigxgglelca an cmp yslca
Major: Microbiology
Dissertation: "Structure/ Function Relationship of the Hamster ZnenYl Sky l*l'Pani*/ Clllna
Multifunctional Protein CAD from an Evolutionary Melon Pneiineceniicei Sciences
i°el”$PecnVe” Dissertation: "Synthesis Of Novel Peptidyl Carbamate Elastase
T Steven Ogden Kidd, Louisville Inhibitors and in vivo Assessment of Their Potency"
Major: Psychology - Clinical Psychology Megan Sue Lloyd, Grove City, OH
Dissertation: "Attachment Styles and Terror Management; MHj01'1 EIlgllSh
lndividnsl Differences in Response fe Mortality $slience" Dissertation: "lrexts Against choes"2 Anglo-weisii Identity in
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_ Eugene David Kleppinger**, Berea Mithéfsiy O Omas aymon ar lc an O an
Major: Philosophy
Dissertation: "Explanations of Science: The Use of Case Studies iolln Hndsen lrougllllniif Loxlnglon
in the Sociology of Scientific Knowledge" Melon nlent PnYSlologY
D' t t' 1 "Rh th fF E ‘ ' d Id t'f‘ t'
Presenne Sliyernelrse i<<>nd¤1>¤ili**/ Hyderabad, indie mil Zllieiesidieeniyiiiiiiliindiieingeconeilgenig of iileeltilenem
Meierr Engineering Mecnenics Sylvestris and Nicotiana Suaveolens Fl0wers"
Dissertation: "Time-Harmonic Solutions in Acoustics and _ _P
Elastodynamics by the Method of Fundamental Solutions" lenleism lmlnbanliala
Major: Soil Science
Dalfld Gregory Lamb, Wlohllal KS Dissertation: ”Binary and Ternary K-NH4—Ca Exchange
Melon Clinical PSYcnoiogY Equilibria, Kinetics and Spectroscopic Evidence of Cation Soil
Dissertation: "Malingering Closed Head Injury on the MMPI-2: Mineral $l1Yl°¤€€ l¤l€1”¤€li0¤5"
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Peiijrgallgima lon 3 Ou ymp cms an a 1 1 y Ca as on ]ulie Leighton (Sparrow) Mann**, Louisville
Major: Anatomy
Abolul Lallfl D·l· Khan, Paklsllan Dissertation: "Ovarian Tissue Inhibitor of Metalloprotein ASE
Melon EnioinoiogY (TIMP): Regulation of Activity and Gene Expression"
Dissertation: "Semiochemical Control of the Behavioral _
lt Responses of Adult Dacine Fruit Flies Infesting Melon" I/§‘ome;Al;eT1MeTk$burY» Snolbyvllle
ajor: ng is
Ie Greenland Leedlngnamr Frankfort Dissertation: "Next to Nothing / Fun Anyway: Fate and Games in
Major: English the Fiction and Films of Thomas McGuane i969—1978"
Dissertation: "A Redirection in Post-War American Poetry and
Art: Charles Olson and Robert Rauschenberg" iiggn €;ll;l§;hCloWloY# LA
V lee lloon Lee, Keren Dissertation: "The Use of Language and Narrative Techn