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
Summer 2007 Christopher Middlebrook Optics and Photonics PhD Boreman, Glenn
INFRARED ANTENNA-COUPLED PHASED-ARRAY
Spring 2017 Sarah Middleton Physical Therapy DPT
Summer 2012 Melissa Middleton Psychology PhD Clinical Psychology Renk, Kimberly
Match Between Parent and Child Temperament: Implications for Parenting Behaviors and Children's Behavior Problems
Summer 2006 Charles Middleton Optics and Photonics PhD Boreman, Glenn
ANTENNA-COUPLED INFRARED AND MILLIMETER-WAVE DETECTORS: FABRICATION, MEASUREMENT AND OPTIMIZATION
Summer 1999 James Midgett Educational Leadership EdD Pawlas, George
TEACHER AND PRINCIPAL PERSPECTIVES ON GRADE RETENTION IN SELECTED ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS IN FOUR CENTRAL FLORIDA SCHOOL DISTRICTS
Fall 2003 Michael Mielke Optics and Photonics PhD Delfyett, Peter
MULTIWAVELENGTH MODELOCKED SEMICONDUCTOR LASERS FOR PHOTONIC ACCESS NETWORK APPLICATIONS
Spring 1999 Edward Miesak Electrical Engineering PhD Vanstryland, Eric
FEMTOSECOND TURNABLE LIGHT SOURCE
Spring 2017 David Mihm Psychology PhD Industrial and Organizational Psychology Jentsch, Kimberly
VIE-ing for the Position: An Examination of the Motivational Antecedents of Response Distortion
Summer 2012 Laura Mikovsky Public Affairs PhD Korosec, Ronnie
Community Participation and Travel Choice: An Analysis of Central Florida New Urban and Conventional Suburban Residents
Fall 2006 Linda Miles Educational Leadership EdD Taylor, Rosemarye
VARIABLES THAT PREDICT SUCCESS WITH ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING STUDENTS AT A COMMUNITY COLLEGE IN FLORIDA