Doctoral Graduates

Data last updated on October 19, 2018 at 04:01 AM

This site includes all doctoral graduates, from the first graduate in Fall 1980 to the most recent term. Search for doctoral graduates using one or more of the filters. Selecting no filters displays all students for all terms. Remember to Reset Filters between searches.

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Term Student Name Program Subplan Chair
Summer 2006 Yaman Erzurumlu Business Administration PhD Finance Frye, Melissa
ESSAYS ON MUTUAL FUND GOVERNANCE AND THE ADVISORY FEE CONTRACTS
Spring 2000 Isabel Escobar Civil Engineering PhD Randall, Andrew
MPACT OF OZONATION AND MEMBRANE FILTRATION ON DRINKING WATER BIOSTABILITY AND THE EFFECTS OF SAMPLE STORAGE ON THE ASSIMILABLE ORGANIC CARBON (AOC) BIOSSAY
Summer 2006 Hamidreza Eskandari Industrial Engineering PhD Geiger, Christopher
MULTIOBJECTIVE SIMULATION OPTIMIZATION USING ENHANCED EVOLUTIONARY ALGORITHM APPROACHES
Summer 2013 Behzad Esmaeilian Industrial Engineering PhD Karwowski, Waldemar
Total Ownership Cost Modeling of Technology Adoption Using System Dynamics: Implications for ERP Systems
Spring 2018 Talia Estrada Physical Therapy DPT
Summer 2004 Cassandra Etgeton Education EdD Witta, Eleanor
DOES THE MATHEMATICS ANXIETY LEVEL OF K-3 ELEMENTARY TEACHERS RELATE TO THE MATHEMATICS ACHIEVEMENT OF THEIR STUDENTS?
Summer 1984 Robert Eustace Computer Science PhD Mukherjee, Amar
INTRA REGION ROUTING.
Summer 2016 Jared Eutsler Business Administration PhD Accounting Trompeter, Gregory
Under-Researched Areas of Audit Quality: Inputs, Firms, and Institutions
Spring 2014 Samantha Evans Physical Therapy DPT Pabian, Patrick
Patient Perception of Direct Access to Outpatient Physical Therapy Services
Spring 2010 Arthur Evans Psychology PhD Human Factors and Cognitive Psychology Jentsch, Florian
LEARNING FOR THE NEXT GENERATION: PREDICTING THE USAGE OF SYNTHETIC LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS