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Robert Howie Hardie grad student 1967 Indiana University
 (Abundance of CN in Algol-Type Eclipsing Binaries.)


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Anthony Kaye grad student 1995-1998 Vanderbilt
Lionel J. Crews grad student 2000 Vanderbilt
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Fekel FC, Henry GW, Eaton JA, et al. (2002) Chromospherically active stars. XXI. The giant, single-lined binaries HD 89546 and HD 113816 Astronomical Journal. 124: 1064-1076
Lyytinen J, Johansson P, Jetsu L, et al. (2002) Time series analysis of V511 Lyrae photometry Astronomy and Astrophysics. 383: 197-201
Sowell JR, Hughes SB, Hall DS, et al. (2001) Period changes in four short-period spotted binaries: UV piscium, YY geminorum, CG Cygni, and XY ursae majoris Astronomical Journal. 122: 1965-1973
Fekel FC, Henry GW, Brooks K, et al. (2001) Chromospherically active stars. XIX. A reexamination of the variability of HD 10909 = UV fornacis Astronomical Journal. 122: 991-996
Henry GW, Fekel FC, Henry SM, et al. (2000) Photometric variability in a sample of 187 G and K giants Astrophysical Journal, Supplement Series. 130: 201-225
Kaye AB, Henry GW, Fekel FC, et al. (1999) HD 62454 and HD 68192: Two new γ Doradus variables Astronomical Journal. 118: 2997-3005
Kaye AB, Henry GW, Fekel FC, et al. (1999) Simultaneous photometry and spectroscopy of the newly discovered γ Doradus variable HR 8330=HD 207223 Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 308: 1081-1086
Hampton M, Henry GW, Eaton JA, et al. (1996) HD 12545, a study in spottedness Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific. 108: 68-72
Nelson CH, Hall DS, Fekel FC, et al. (1996) V792 Her=HD 155638: A totally eclipsing RS CVn binary Astrophysics and Space Science. 182: 1-17
Henry GW, Eaton JA, Hamer J, et al. (1995) Starspot evolution, differential rotation, and magnetic cycles in the chromospherically active binaries lambda andromedae, sigma Geminorum, II Pegasi, and V711 Tauri Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series. 97: 513
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