Norman Lloyd Johnson

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Ph.D. University of London 1948 UnitedKingdom
Dissertation: A Family of Frequency Curves

Advisor: Egon Sharpe Pearson

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
D. BartholomewUniversity of London19563
Helen BhattacharyyaThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1973
James ChalfantNorth Carolina State University1983
Nanak ChandThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1973
James ColeThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1969
Keith CollinsNorth Carolina State University1977
Nguyen DatThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1982
Bhaskar GhoshUniversity of London19593
David HoelThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill19664
Chin-Fei HsuThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1977
Gwilym JenkinsUniversity of London195616
Jon KettenringThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill19691
David KikuchiThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1980
David KleinbaumThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill19701
Colin MallowsUniversity of London19531
Marva MooreThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1979
Yong NamThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1977
Robert ObenchainThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1969
Judith O'FallonThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1973
Campbell ReadThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1969
Carlos SegamiThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1976
Paul SomervilleThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1953
S. Lynne StokesThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill19767
Joseph WalkerThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1976
Donna WattsThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1979

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