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 2002 Wei Lu Mechanical Engineering PhD Kapat, Jayanta
HEAT TRANSPORT AND PARAMETRIC SIMULATION OF A POROUS CERAMIC COMBUSTOR IN A GAS TURBINE ENVIRONMENT
Summer 1997 Mark Lubin Physics PhD Heinonen, Olle
ENSEMBLE DENSITY FUNCTIONAL THEORY FOR QUANTUM HALL SYSTEMS
Summer 2011 Gheorghe Luchita Chemistry PhD Belfield, Kevin
Two-photon cross section enhancement of photochromic compounds for use in 3D optical data storage
Fall 1996 Judith Luckett Education EdD Kysilka, Marcella
MUSIC PREPARATION AND THE 'GOOD LANGUAGE LEARNER'
Summer 1999 Jeffery Ludy Education EdD Kubala, Thomas
PRACTITIONER ATTITUDES CONCERNING PROFESSIONAL SATISFACTION IN THE CARDIOPULMONARY PROFESSION
Spring 2018 Hector Lugo-Cordero Computer Engineering PhD Guha, Ratan
Enhancing Cognitive Algorithms for Optimal Performance of Adaptive Networks
Summer 2004 Amber Luke Education EdD Sivo, Stephen
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM IN PUBLIC EDUCATION: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATORS' FIRST AMENDMENT KNOWLEDGE AND THEIR OPINIONS ABOUT RELIGION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Summer 2011 Heather Lum Psychology PhD Human Factors and Cognitive Psychology Sims, Valerie
Are we becoming superhuman cyborgs? How technomorphism influences our perceptions of the world around us
Fall 2015 Chatdanai Lumdee Optics and Photonics PhD Kik, Pieter
Nanoscale Control of Gap-plasmon Enhanced Optical Processes
Summer 2010 Rachael Lunt Psychology PhD Clinical Psychology Negy, Charles
MEXICANS' AND UNITED STATES WHITES' COMMITMENT TO FAMILISM AND ITS RELATION WITH PSYCHOSOCIAL ADJUSTMENT: A CROSS NATIONAL COMPARISON