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   Chapter Five - Graduate Studies Committee Members


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The faculty members listed here were members of Graduate Studies Committees during the spring semester 1996-1997; the titles shown are for that period.


Brian K. Haarer, Assistant Professor, Department of Zoology
BS, Central Michigan, 1982; PhD, Michigan (Ann Arbor), 1988

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

Norman Hackerman, Professor Emeritus, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
BA, Johns Hopkins, 1932; PhD, 1935

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, Associate Professor, Department of Finance
BBA, North Texas State, 1969; MA, Alabama (University), 1970; PhD, 1981

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

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

Beverly A. Hall, RN, Professor, Denton and Louise Cooley and Family Centennial Professor in Nursing, School of Nursing
BS, Texas Christian, 1957; MA, New York, 1961; PhD, Colorado (Boulder), 1974

Matthew J. Hall, PE, Assistant 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, Associate 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

Walid Hamarneh, Assistant Professor, Department of Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures and Center for Middle Eastern Studies
Magister, Ruprecht-Karls-Universitat Heidelberg, 1972; BA, Gami't Dimasq, 1978; MA, Toronto, 1988; PhD, 1991

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 University, 1961

Mark F. Hamilton, Professor, 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, Department of English and Department of Linguistics
MA, London, 1969; PhD, 1971

Susan L. Handy, Assistant 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

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

Gordon H. Hanson, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics
AB, Occidental College, 1986; PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1992

Grace H. Hanson, Professor Emeritus, Department of Speech Communication
BA, Texas, 1949; MEd, 1951

Boyd A. Hardesty, Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
BS, Washington State, 1954; PhD, California Institute of Technology, 1960

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 J. Harlow, Professor, 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

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, Assistant Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction
BA, Pennsylvania, 1980; MEd, Beaver College, 1983; PhD, Virginia, 1990

Amanda W. Harrist, Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Psychology
BA, Texas (Austin), 1984; PhD, Tennessee (Knoxville), 1991

Rasika M. Harshey, Professor, Department of Microbiology
BSc, Benares Hindu, 1970; MSc, Nagpur, 1972; PhD, Indian Institute of Science, 1977

Roderick P. Hart, Professor, Frank A. Liddell Sr. Centennial Professor in Communication, Department of Government and Department of Speech Communication
BA, Massachusetts, 1966; MA, Pennsylvania State, 1968; PhD, 1970

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

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, Assistant 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

W. Joseph Heffernan Jr., Professor, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs and School of Social Work
BS, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1953; MA, Duke, 1955; MSSW, Michigan, 1959; PhD, North Carolina (Chapel Hill), 1964

Hubert P. Heinen, Professor, 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, Associate Professor, 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 L. Hellmer, Associate 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

Linda Dalrymple Henderson, Professor, Department of Art and Art History
BA, Dickinson College, 1969; MA, PhM, Yale, 1972; PhD, 1975

Wesley H. Henderson, Assistant Professor, School of Architecture
BSArt&D, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1974; MArch, 1976; PhD, California (Los Angeles), 1993

Geraldine Heng, Assistant Professor, Department of English
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, Associate Professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese
BA, Mexico City College, 1956; PhD, Texas (Austin), 1967

Carl F. Hereford, Professor Emeritus, Department of Educational Psychology
BA, Texas, 1947; MA, 1949; PhD, 1952

Robert Herman, Professor Emeritus, L. P. Gilvin Centennial Professor Emeritus in Civil Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering and Department of Physics
BS, City College (New York), 1935; MA, PhD, Princeton, 1940

David L. Herrin, Associate Professor, Department of Botany
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, Universitat Zurich, 1977; MA, Michigan (Ann Arbor), 1980; PhD, 1984

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

George Hext Contreras, Assistant Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction
BA, Pan American, 1972; MA, Southern California, 1978; PhD, Syracuse, 1996

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

Wayne R. Hickenbottom, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics
BS, Puget Sound, 1985; PhD, Minnesota (Minneapolis-St. Paul), 1992

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

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

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

Robert E. Hill, Associate Professor, Department of French and Italian
BA, New Mexico, 1957; PhD, Yale, 1964

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, Department of Zoology
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

David M. Himmelblau, PE, Professor, Paul D. and Betty Robertson Meek and American Petrofina Foundation Centennial Professor in Chemical Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering
BS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1947; MBA, Northwestern, 1950; MS, Washington (Seattle), 1956; PhD, 1957

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

Elmer L. Hixson, PE, Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
BSEE, Texas, 1947; MSEE, 1948; PhD, 1960

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

William P. Hobby, Professor, Sid Richardson Chair in Public Affairs, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs
BA, Rice Institute, 1953

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

Louise Hodgden, Assistant Professor, Department of Government
BA, Occidental College, 1980; MA, Tufts, 1986; PhD, 1992

David W. Hoffman, Assistant 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

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, Associate 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

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, Assistant Professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese
BA, California (Berkeley), 1979; MA, 1985; PhD, 1990

G. Joan Holt, Associate 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

Robert K. Holz, Professor, Erich W. Zimmerman Regents Professor in Geography, Center for African and African American Studies, Department of Geography, and Center for Middle Eastern Studies
BA, Southern Illinois, 1958; MA, 1959; PhD, Michigan State, 1963

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

Robert W. Hopper, Professor, Charles Sapp Centennial Professor in Communication, Department of Speech Communication
BA, Bowling Green State, 1966; MA, 1967; PhD, Wisconsin (Madison), 1970

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

Sharon D. Horner, RN, Assistant 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, Jesse H. Jones Professor in the Graduate School of Business, Department of Marketing Administration
BA, Purdue, 1976; MS, 1979; PhD, 1980

Thomas K. Hubbard, Associate 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

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

DeLayne Hudspeth, Associate Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction
BA, Kansas State Teacher's College, 1955; MS, 1958; PhD, Michigan State, 1966

Emmett L. Hudspeth, Professor Emeritus, Department of Physics
BA, Rice Institute, 1937; MA, 1938; PhD, 1940

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

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

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

John P. Huntsberger, Associate Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction
BS, Portland State College, 1958; MS, Oregon State, 1961; PhD, 1972

Laurence H. Hurley, Professor, George H. Hitchings Regents Chair in Drug Design, College of Pharmacy
BPhr, Bath, 1967; PhD, Purdue, 1970

Aletha C. Huston, Professor, Priscilla Pond Flawn Regents Professor in Child Development, Department of Human Ecology
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


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