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The pedagogical genealogy of Terrance J. Beveridge – A legacy of bonds

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  • S. K LOWER

    1. School of Earth Sciences and School of Environment & Natural Resources, The Ohio State University, 125 S. Oval Mall, 275 Mendenhall Laboratory, Columbus, Ohio 43210, USA
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Corresponding author: Steven K. Lower. Tel. 614-292-1571; fax: 614-292-7688; e-mail: Lower.9@osu.edu.

ABSTRACT

Terrance J. Beveridge (TJB) was a professor at the University of Guelph for nearly three decades. He died on September 10, 2007. TJB was a pioneer who pushed the frontier of microbiology and bacteriology. His legacy includes 22 postdoctoral scholars and 24 graduate students. His two dozen graduate student progeny have, in turn, mentored at least 52 additional graduate students. This paper presents TJB's pedagogical tree and touches on many of the topics that he studied during his life including: bacteria cell surfaces, biomineralization, biofilms, and geomicrobiology.

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