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 2018 Danielle McDonough Nursing Practice DNP Family Nurse Practitioner
Fall 2015 William McDowell Electrical Engineering PhD Mikhael, Wasfy
Vehicle Tracking and Classification via 3D Geometries for Intelligent Transportation Systems
Fall 2013 Debra McGann Education EdD Brewer, Thomas
NAEP-Related Visual Arts Assessment in Classroom Applications
Spring 2015 Kimberly McGauley Physical Therapy DPT Tucker, Jennifer
Group Fitness Instructors: A Survey on Qualifications and Collaborations with Physical Therapists
Fall 2000 Patria Mcgee Education EdD Kysilka, Marcella
SCIENCE LEARNING AND LITERACY PERFORMANCE OF TYPICALLY DEVELOPING, AT-RISK, AND DISABLED, NON-ENGLISH LANGUAGE BACKGROUND STUDENTS
Summer 2007 Susan McGill Modeling and Simulation PhD Shumaker, Randall
NETWORK PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT USING APPLICATION-CENTRIC KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
Fall 1996 Carol Mcgowin Education EdD Hynes, Michael
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TRAINING INSERVICE TEACHERS ON PERFORMANCE ITEMS ASSESSING USING A HOLISTIC RUBRIC
Fall 2007 Heather McGrane Texts and Technology PhD Applen, John
Postmodern Feminism, Hypertext, and the Rhetoric of Cooking Websites
Summer 1996 Brian Mcguire Business Administration PhD Accounting Evans, Thomas
An empirical study of user satisfaction with accounting information systems in a healthcare environment
Summer 2015 Walton McHale Educational Leadership EdD Executive Murray, Kenneth
The effect of pre-service teaching on student achievement using a co-teaching model at an elementary school in a large, urban school district in central Florida