Doctoral Graduates

Data last updated on July 18, 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
Spring 1998 Hyunjoon Kim Industrial Engineering PhD Hosni, Yasser
MANUFACTURING RESOURCE PLANNING (MRP II) WITH CONCURRENT PROCESSING--OPTIMAL MODELING AND COMPUTERIZED SYSTEM
Fall 1997 Sung-Soo Kim Electrical Engineering PhD Kasparis, Takis
3-D OBJECT RECOGNITION VIA THE OPEN-BALL SCHEME USING MODIFIED DOMAIN DEFORMATION AND WAVELETS
Spring 1997 Sungwon Kim Physics PhD Vanstryland, Eric
OPTICAL TRANSISTORS BASED ON SECOND-ORDER NONLINEARITIES.
Summer 1985 Kwang-Soo Kim Industrial Engineering PhD Biegel, John
A UNIFIED APPROACH TO SCULPTURED SURFACE DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE.
Spring 2006 Veronica Kimemia Education PhD Counselor Education Daire, Andrew
Caregiver Burden and Coping Responses for Females Who Are the Primary Caregiver for a Family Member Living with HIV/AIDS in Kenya
Summer 2008 Tracey King Nursing PhD Sole, Mary
THE IMPACT OF A NURSE-DRIVEN EVIDENCE-BASED DISCHARGE PLANNING PROTOCOL ON ORGANIZATIONAL EFFICIENCY AND PATIENT SATISFACTION IN PATIENTS WITH CARDIAC IMPLANTS
Summer 2006 Robin King Public Affairs PhD Applegate, Brandon
TRANSFERRING JUVENILES TO THE ADULT COURT: A FACTORIAL SURVEY OF FLORIDA PROSECUTORS
Summer 2006 Laura King Education PhD Exceptional Education Little, Mary
TEACHING CHARACTERISTICS AND PRACTICES WHICH AFFECT LANGUAGE AND LITERACY DEVELOPMENT FOR STUDENTS WITH COMPLEX COMMUNICATION NEEDS
Summer 1996 Bonnie King Educational Leadership EdD Lynn, Mary
THE EFFECTS OF BLOCK SCHEDULING ON LEARNING ENVIRONMENT, INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES, AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
Summer 2008 Marcey Kinney Education PhD Exceptional Education Hines, Rebecca
AN INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECTS OF USING HANDHELDS TO INCREASE COMPUTATIONAL SPEED BY ENHANCING WORKING MEMORY FOR SECONDARY STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES