Doctoral Graduates

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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 2005 Tiffany Linkovich Kyle Psychology PhD Clinical Psychology Dunn, Michael
Non-acute Cognitive Sequelae Associated with Recreational Ecstasy Use: A Meta-analysis
Fall 2008 Phillip Lintereur Environmental Engineering PhD Duranceau, Steven
Effects of Source Water Blending Following Treatment with Sodium Silicate as a Corrosion Inhibitor on Metal Release within a Water Distribution System
Summer 2016 Karen Lipscomb Educational Leadership EdD Executive Murray, Barbara
The Comparison of the School District Curriculum Alignment with Algebra Content Standards
Spring 2002 Evon Lisle Educational Leadership EdD Lynn, Mary
Spring 1998 Curtis Lisle Computer Science PhD Parsons, Rebecca
Spring 2011 Claudia Listopad Conservation Biology PhD Conservation Biology Trk Weishampel, John
Applications of airborne and portable LiDAR in the structural determination, management, and conservation of Southeastern U.S. Pine Forests
Spring 2016 Marissa Littman Physical Therapy DPT
Spring 2007 Lisa Littrell Psychology PhD Industrial and Organizational Psychology Jentsch, Kimberly
Mentoring Expatriate Employees: The Influence of Multiple Mentors on Overseas Experiences
Fall 2017 Yue Liu Business Administration PhD Marketing He, Xin
Power Effects on Consumer Well-Being: Two Essays on The Power Effects on Donation and Material/Experiential Consumption
Fall 2016 Baoyuan Liu Computer Engineering PhD Foroosh, Hassan
Improving Efficiency in Deep Learning for Large Scale Visual Recognition