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Grad Catalog 01-03

CONTENTS

CHAPTER 1
Graduate Study

CHAPTER 2
Admission and
Registration

CHAPTER 3
Degree
Requirements

CHAPTER 4
Fields
of Study

CHAPTER 5
Members of
Graduate Studies
Committees

APPENDIX
Course
Abbreviations

 

    

Members of Graduate Studies Committees

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The faculty members listed here were members of Graduate Studies Committees during the spring semester 2000-2001; the titles shown are for that period.

Carl T. M. Haas, Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
BSc, Waterloo, 1985; MSc, Carnegie Mellon, 1986; PhD, 1990

Marvin L. Hackert, Professor, William Shive Centennial Professor in Biochemistry, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
BA, Central College, 1966; PhD, Iowa State, 1970

Beverly L. Hadaway, Professor, Department of Finance
BBA, North Texas State, 1969; MA, Alabama (University), 1970; PhD, 1981

Susanne Hafner, Assistant Professor, Department of Germanic Studies
MA, Universitaet Regensburg, 1989; MA, Vanderbilt, 1989; MA, Cornell, 1995; Dr.phil., Universitaet Hamburg, 1999

Charles R. Hale, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology
BA, Harvard, 1981; PhD, Stanford, 1989

Kenneth J. Hale, Professor, Marguerite Fairchild Centennial Professor, Department of Art and Art History
BA, California State College (Long Beach), 1971; MFA, Illinois (Urbana-Champaign), 1973

Matthew J. Hall, PE, Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering
BS, Wisconsin (Madison), 1980; MS, 1982; MA, Princeton, 1984; PhD, 1987

Michael G. Hall, Professor, Department of History
BA, Princeton, 1949; PhD, Johns Hopkins, 1956

Stephen A. Hall, Professor, Department of Geography
BS, Oklahoma, 1967; MS, Iowa, 1971; PhD, Michigan (Ann Arbor), 1975

Julie Hallmark, Professor, Graduate School of Library and Information Science
BSCh, Texas (Austin), 1960; MLS, 1965; PhD, 1973

Gary A. Hallock, Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
BS, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1976; MS, 1977; PhD, 1982

Daniel S. Hamermesh, Professor, Edward Everett Hale Centennial Professor in Economics, Department of Economics
AB, Chicago, 1965; PhD, Yale, 1969

Dagmar S. Hamilton, Professor, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs
BA, Swarthmore College, 1953; JD, Chicago, 1955; JD, American, 1961

Mark F. Hamilton, Professor, Harry L. Kent Jr. Professor in Mechanical Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering
BSEE, Columbia, 1978; MS, Pennsylvania State, 1981; PhD, 1983

Gary C. Hamrick, Professor, Department of Mathematics
BA, Texas Christian, 1961; MS, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1968; PhD, Virginia, 1971

Ian F. Hancock, Professor, Center for Asian Studies, Department of English, and Department of Linguistics
MA, London, 1969; PhD, 1971

Susan Handy, Associate Professor, School of Architecture
BSE, Princeton, 1984; MS, Stanford, 1987; PhD, California (Berkeley), 1992

Jim Hankinson, Professor, Department of Philosophy
BA, Oxford, 1980; PhD, Cambridge, 1986

Kathryn Hansen, Professor, Center for Asian Studies and Department of Asian Studies
AB, Harvard Radcliffe, 1968; MA, California (Berkeley), 1970; PhD, 1978

Niles M. Hansen, Professor, Leroy G. Denman Jr. Regents Professor in Economics, Department of Economics
BA, Centre College of Kentucky, 1958; MA, Indiana, 1959; PhD, 1963

Robert L. Hardgrave, Professor, Louann and Larry Temple Centennial Professor in the Humanities, Center for Asian Studies, Department of Asian Studies, and Department of Government
BA, Texas, 1960; MA, Chicago, 1962; PhD, 1966

Barbara Jane Harlow, Professor, Louann and Larry Temple Centennial Professor in English Literature, Department of English and Center for Middle Eastern Studies
BA, Simmons College, 1970; MA, Chicago, 1971; PhD, State University of New York (Buffalo), 1977

E. Glynn Harmon, Professor, Graduate School of Library and Information Science
BA, California (Berkeley), 1960; MA, 1963; MS, Case Western Reserve, 1965; PhD, 1969

Robert T. Harms, Professor, Department of Linguistics
BA, Chicago, 1952; MA, 1956; PhD, 1960

Michael Paul Harney, Associate Professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese
BA, California (Los Angeles), 1971; MA, California (Berkeley), 1975; PhD, 1983

Adron Harris, Professor, M. June and J. Virgil Waggoner Chair in Molecular Biology, Section of Neurobiology and College of Pharmacy
BS, New Mexico State, 1967; MS, Arizona, 1970; PhD, North Carolina (Chapel Hill), 1973

Benjamin M. Harris, Professor Emeritus, M. K. Hage Centennial Professor Emeritus in Education, Department of Educational Administration
BA, California (Los Angeles), 1948; MEd, 1951; EdD, California (Berkeley), 1958

Elizabeth Harris, Associate Professor, Department of English
BS, Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1965; MA, Boston, 1967; MA, Trinity College (Dublin), 1973; PhD, Stanford, 1976

Judith B. Harris, Associate Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction
BA, Pennsylvania, 1980; MEd, Beaver College, 1983; PhD, Virginia, 1990

Rasika M. Harshey, Professor, Section of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
BSc, Banaras Hindu, 1970; MSc, Nagpur, 1972; PhD, Indian Institute of Science, 1977

Roderick P. Hart, Distinguished Teaching Professor, Allan Shivers Centennial Chair in Communication, Department of Communication Studies and Department of Government
BA, Massachusetts, 1966; MA, Pennsylvania State, 1968; PhD, 1970

Paul M. Harvey, Professor, Department of Astronomy
BA, Wesleyan, 1968; PhD, California Institute of Technology, 1973

John J. Hasenbein, Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering
BS, Washington (St. Louis), 1991; MS, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1995; PhD, 1998

Thomas M. Hatfield, Associate Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction
BS, Trinity, 1960; MA, Texas, 1964; PhD, 1966

Linda J. Hayes, PE, Professor, Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics
BS, College of William and Mary, 1970; MA, Texas (Austin), 1974; PhD, 1977; MSE, 1981

Dennis T. Haynes, Associate Professor, School of Social Work
BS, Brigham Young, 1973; MSW, California State (Fresno), 1977; PhD, Florida State, 1993

Richard D. Hazeltine, Professor, Department of Physics
BA, Harvard, 1964; MS, Michigan, 1966; PhD, 1968

Nancy Hazen-Swann, Associate Professor, Department of Human Ecology
BS, Pittsburgh (Main Campus), 1974; PhD, Minnesota (Minneapolis-St. Paul), 1979

Elizabeth A. Hedrick, Associate Professor, Department of English
BA, Duke, 1975; MA, Northwestern, 1976; MA, Columbia, 1980; PhD, 1986

Don Heider, Assistant Professor, School of Journalism
BA, Colorado State, 1980; MA, American, 1990; PhD, Colorado (Boulder), 1997

Hubert P. Heinen, Professor Emeritus, Department of Germanic Studies
BA, Texas, 1958; PhD, 1964

Kurt Heinzelman, Professor, Department of English
BA, Middlebury College, 1969; MA, 1972; PhD, Massachusetts (Amherst), 1978

Susan Heinzelman, Associate Professor, Department of English
BA, London, 1968; MA, Western Ontario, 1971; PhD, 1977

Daniel J. Heinzen, Professor, The Fondren Foundation Centennial Chair in Physics, Department of Physics
BS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1981; PhD, 1988

Raymond C. Heitmann, Professor, Department of Mathematics
BS, Stevens Institute of Technology, 1969; PhD, Wisconsin (Madison), 1974

Aline Helg, Associate Professor, Department of History
Licence es lettres, Universite de Geneve, 1977; MPhil, London, 1981; Doctorat es lettres, Universite de Geneve, 1983

Adam Heller, Professor, Ernest Cockrell Sr. Chair in Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering
MS, ha'Universita ha'Ivrith bi'Yerushalayim, 1957; PhD, 1961

Jeff Hellmer, Professor, School of Music
BMusic, Northern Iowa, 1981; MMusic, Rochester, 1983

Robert L. Helmreich, Professor, Department of Psychology
BA, Yale, 1959; MS, 1965; PhD, 1966

Andrew D. Henderson, Assistant Professor, Department of Management
BA, Rice, 1982; MBA, Texas (Austin), 1992; PhD, 1996

Linda Dalrymple Henderson, Distinguished Teaching Professor, David Bruton Jr. Centennial Professor in Art History, Department of Art and Art History
BA, Dickinson College, 1969; MA, PhM, Yale, 1972; PhD, 1975

Geraldine Heng, Assistant Professor, Department of English and Center for Middle Eastern Studies
BA, National University of Singapore, 1976; MA, 1980; MA, Cornell, 1986; PhD, 1989

Karl E. Henion II, Professor, Department of Marketing Administration
BME, Michigan, 1949; MBA, Harvard, 1955; PhD, Texas (Austin), 1967

Jacqueline M. Henkel, Associate Professor, Department of English
BA, St. Cloud State, 1976; MA, Minnesota (Minneapolis-St. Paul), 1983; PhD, 1984

Clement Moore Henry, Professor, Department of Government and Center for Middle Eastern Studies
AB, Harvard, 1957; PhD, 1963; MBA, Michigan, 1981

Frederick G. Hensey, Professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese
BA, Mexico City College, 1956; PhD, Texas (Austin), 1967

David L. Herrin, Associate Professor, Section of Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology
BS, Miami (Florida), 1977; PhD, South Florida, 1985

Donald D. Herron, Associate Professor, Department of Art and Art History
BFA, Wichita State, 1971; MFA, Tulane, 1973

Peter A. Hess, Associate Professor, Department of Germanic Studies
BA, Universitaet Zuerich, 1977; MA, Michigan (Ann Arbor), 1980; PhD, 1984

Thomas R. Hester, Professor, Department of Anthropology
BA, Texas, 1969; PhD, California (Berkeley), 1972

David D. Heymann, Associate Professor, School of Architecture
BArch, Cooper Union, 1984; MArch, Harvard, 1988

Virginia Higginbotham, Associate Professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese
BA, Southern Methodist, 1957; MA, 1962; PhD, Tulane, 1966

Kathleen M. Higgins, Professor, Department of Philosophy
BA, Missouri (Kansas City), 1977; MA, Yale, 1978; PhM, 1979; PhD, 1982

Timothy High, Associate Professor, Department of Art and Art History
BFA, Texas Tech, 1973; MA, Wisconsin (Madison), 1975; MFA, 1976

John C. Higley, Professor, Jack S. Blanton Sr. Chair in Australian Studies, Department of Government and Department of Sociology
BA, Norwich, 1960; MA, Connecticut, 1964; PhD, 1968

Tony Hilfer, Professor, Department of English
BA, Middlebury College, 1958; MA, Columbia, 1960; PhD, North Carolina (Chapel Hill), 1963

A. D. Hill, PE, Professor, B. J. Lancaster Professor in Petroleum Engineering, Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering
BSChE, Texas A&M, 1974; MSChE, 1976; PhD, Texas (Austin), 1978

Martha Hilley, Professor, School of Music
BMusic, Sam Houston State, 1967; MMusic, 1971

David M. Hillis, Professor, Alfred W. Roark Centennial Professor in Natural Sciences, Section of Integrative Biology
BS, Baylor, 1980; MA, Kansas, 1983; PhM, 1984; PhD, 1985

Michael C. Hillmann, Professor, Department of Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures and Center for Middle Eastern Studies
BA, Loyola College, 1962; MA, Chicago, 1969; PhD, 1974

Melvin J. Hinich, Professor, Mike Hogg Professor of Local Government, Department of Economics and Department of Government
BS, Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1959; MS, 1960; PhD, Stanford, 1963

R. Rolando Hinojosa-Smith, Professor, Ellen Clayton Garwood Centennial Professor in Creative Writing, Department of English and Department of Spanish and Portuguese
BS, Texas, 1953; MA, New Mexico Highlands, 1963; PhD, Illinois, 1969

D. Eric Hirst, Associate Professor, Department of Accounting
BA, MAcc, Waterloo, 1985; CA, Ontario, 1986; PhD, Minnesota (Minneapolis-St. Paul), 1992

Paul S. Ho, Professor, Cockrell Family Regents Chair in Engineering (No. 5), Department of Mechanical Engineering
BS, National Cheng Kung, 1957; MS, National Tsing Hua, 1959; PhD, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1965

John M. Hoberman, Professor, Department of Germanic Studies
BA, Haverford College, 1966; MA, California (Berkeley), 1969; PhD, 1975

Herbert I. Hochberg, Professor, Department of Philosophy
BA, Wayne State, 1950; MA, 1951; PhD, Iowa, 1954

Ben R. Hodges, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
BSMarineE, United States Merchant Marine Academy, 1984; MSME, George Washington, 1991; PhD, Stanford, 1997

Steven D. Hoelscher, Assistant Professor, Department of American Studies
BA, Gustavus Adolphus College, 1986; MA, Toronto, 1989; PhD, Wisconsin (Madison), 1995

David W. Hoffman, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
BS, Massachusetts (Amherst), 1979; MS, 1982; PhD, Duke, 1986

James V. Hoffman, Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction
BA, College of St. Benedict, 1966; MS, Wisconsin (Milwaukee), 1970; PhD, Missouri (Kansas City), 1977

Gerald W. Hoffmann, Professor, Department of Physics
BA, Occidental College, 1966; PhD, California (Los Angeles), 1971

Carole K. Holahan, Associate Professor, Department of Kinesiology and Health Education
BSEd, Duquesne, 1967; MEd, Massachusetts (Amherst), 1971; PhD, Texas (Austin), 1976

Charles J. Holahan, Professor, Department of Psychology
BA, Duquesne, 1967; MS, Massachusetts, 1970; PhD, 1971

James A. Holcombe, Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
BA, Colorado College, 1970; MS, Michigan (Ann Arbor), 1972; PhD, 1974

George W. Holden, Professor, Department of Psychology
BA, Yale, 1977; MA, North Carolina (Chapel Hill), 1982; PhD, 1984

Joan A. Holladay, Associate Professor, Department of Art and Art History
BA, Cornell, 1974; MA, Brown, 1978; PhD, 1982

Lori Kay Holleran, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work
BA, Duke, 1987; MSW, Pennsylvania, 1989; PhD, Arizona State (Tempe), 2000

Edward R. Holley, PE, Professor, Stanley P. Finch Centennial Professor in Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering
BSCE, MSCE, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1960; ScD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1965

Vance R. Holloway, Associate Professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese
BA, California (Berkeley), 1979; MA, 1985; PhD, 1990

Archie L. Holmes Jr., Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
BSEE, Texas (Austin), 1991; MSEE, California (Santa Barbara), 1992; PhD, 1996

G. Joan Holt, Professor, Department of Marine Science
BS, Texas (Arlington), 1964; MA, 1972; PhD, Texas A&M, 1976

Wayne H. Holtzman, Professor Emeritus, Hogg Professor Emeritus in Psychology and Education, Department of Psychology
BS, Northwestern, 1944; MS, 1947; PhD, Stanford, 1950

Adam Holzman, Associate Professor, School of Music
BMusic, Florida State, 1982; MMusic, 1984

Joseph M. Horn, Professor, Department of Psychology
BS, Oklahoma State, 1963; MA, Minnesota (Minneapolis-St. Paul), 1967; PhD, 1969

Sharon D. Horner, RN, Associate Professor, School of Nursing
BSN, Armstrong State College, 1980; MSN, Medical College of Georgia, 1984; PhD, 1992

C. Wendell Horton Jr., Professor, Department of Physics
BS, Texas, 1963; MS, California (San Diego), 1965; PhD, 1967

Elaine K. Horwitz, Associate Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction
BA, Maryland (College Park), 1972; MA, Illinois (Urbana-Champaign), 1975; PhD, 1980

John R. Howell, PE, Professor, Baker Hughes Incorporated Centennial Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering
BSChE, Case Institute of Technology, 1958; MS, 1960; PhD, 1962

Wayne D. Hoyer, Professor, Tom E. Nelson Jr. Regents Professor in Business, Department of Marketing Administration
BA, Purdue, 1976; MS, 1979; PhD, 1980

Teresa Hubbard, Assistant Professor, Department of Art and Art History
BFA, Texas (Austin), 1988; MFA, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, 1992

Thomas K. Hubbard, Professor, Department of Classics
BA, Santa Clara, 1975; MA, California (Berkeley), 1977; PhD, Yale, 1980

George P. Huber, Professor, Charles and Elizabeth Prothro Regents Chair in Business Administration, Department of Management
BSME, Missouri (Columbia), 1958; MSIE, 1961; PhD, Purdue, 1966

Paul F. Hudson, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography
BS, Jacksonville, 1991; MS, Florida, 1993; PhD, Louisiana State (Baton Rouge), 1998

W. Ronald Hudson, PE, Professor, Dewitt C. Greer Centennial Professor in Transportation Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering
BSCE, Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas, 1954; MSCE, 1955; PhD, Texas, 1965

David L. Huff, Professor, Century Club Professor, Department of Geography and Department of Marketing Administration
BA, Oregon, 1955; MBA, Washington (Seattle), 1957; PhD, 1960

Simon Hug, Assistant Professor, Department of Government
Licence en science politique, Universite de Geneve, 1987; Diplome d'etudes superieures en science politique, 1989; MA, Michigan (Ann Arbor), 1992; PhD, 1994

Jon M. Huibregtse, Associate Professor, Section of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
BS, Michigan (Ann Arbor), 1983; PhD, 1989

David G. Hull, PE, Professor, M. J. Thompson Regents Professor in Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics
BS, Purdue, 1959; MS, Washington (Seattle), 1962; PhD, Rice, 1967

Robert A. Hummer, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology
BA, Adrian College, 1985; MA, Florida State, 1990; PhD, 1993

Holle Humphries, Assistant Professor, Department of Art and Art History
BFA, Carnegie-Mellon, 1977; MAEd, Texas Tech, 1986

Bruce J. Hunt, Associate Professor, Department of History
BA, BS, Washington (Seattle), 1979; PhD, Johns Hopkins, 1984

Aletha C. Huston, Professor, Priscilla Pond Flawn Regents Professor in Child Development, Department of Human Ecology and Department of Psychology
BA, Stanford, 1960; MA, Minnesota (Minneapolis-St. Paul), 1962; PhD, 1965

Ted L. Huston, Professor, Amy Johnson McLaughlin Centennial Professor in Home Economics, Department of Human Ecology and Department of Psychology
BS, Lewis and Clark College, 1965; PhD, State University of New York (Albany), 1972

Syed Akbar Hyder, Assistant Professor, Center for Asian Studies and Department of Asian Studies
BA, Texas A&M (College Station), 1992; MA, Texas (Austin), 1994; PhD, Harvard, 1999


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Chapter 1 - Graduate Study
Chapter 2 - Admission and Registration
Chapter 3 - Degree Requirements
Chapter 4 - Fields of Study
Chapter 5 - Members of Graduate Studies Committees
Appendix - Course Abbreviations

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