Professors dedicate themselves not only to their field of study, but also to students. The wiki attempts to pay due respect to these good people. (Also see Faculty)
Note: The following is a list of those professors who wiki users have created pages for, and thus should not be viewed as a comprehensive list of them.
Notable or Otherwise Famous Professors
- Tom Bills — Art
- Larry Bogad—Theatre and Dance
- Max Byrd — English
- John Constantine — Agricultural and Resource Economics
- Mindy Cooper — Theatre and Dance
- Andrew A Frank — Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering
- Darrell Hamamoto — Asian American Studies
- Jack Hicks — English
- Virginia Hinshaw — School of Medicine
- D. Kern Holoman — Music
- Lynette Hunter—Theatre and Dance
- Lincoln Hurst — Religious Studies
- Andy Jones — English and a Public Affairs host on 90.3 FM.
- Clarence Major — English Department
- Kevin Roddy — Medieval Studies
- Ivan Schwab — School of Medicine
- Arthur Shapiro — Evolution
- Stylianos Spyridakis — History
- Jerold Theis — Medical Microbiology
- Andreas Toupadakis — Chemistry
- Diane Ullman — Entomology
- Alan Williamson — English
- Evelyn Silvia — Mathematics
- Robert Cummins — Philosophy
- Tom Hazlett — Agricultural and Resource Economics
- Ann Noble —Viticulture and Enology
- David Risling Jr. — Native American Studies
- Vigfus S. Asmundson — Avian Sciences
- Emil Hagemann — Dairy, and one of the first professors of the school before students had even arrived. He injured himself before classes started.
Professors on the Wiki
- CovertProfessor — unknown. CovertProfessor has not publicly stated either identity or field so as to preserve anonymity.
- GregKuperberg — Mathematics
- RichardSpencer — Electrical Engineering
- JohnTerning — Physics
See also: Teaching Assistants
Should covertprofessor be referred to as "he"?
2007-09-14 00:00:02 This page would be improved if someone would describe how the professors listed are notable. With an institution like Davis, virtually all the professors tend to be stars in their respective fields or sub-fields.. although some professors are famous for other reasons, i suppose. —JaimeRaba