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 1988 Ahmad Moreb Industrial Engineering PhD Swart, William
EFFICIENT ALGORITHMS FOR THE FIXED CHARGE PROBLEM.
Summer 1999 Hector Morelos-Borja Computer Science PhD Moshell, Jack
PARTNER-FINDERA FRAMEWORK TO STUDY PEER COLLABORATION IN WEB-BASED EDUCATION
Fall 2013 William Moreshead Chemistry PhD Belfield, Kevin
Enhanced Two-Photon Absorption in a Squaraine-Fluorene-Squaraine Dye: Design, Synthesis, Photophysical Properties, and Solvatochromic Behavior
Spring 2017 Catherine Morgan Physical Therapy DPT
Fall 2014 Kathleen Morgan Nursing Practice DNP Family Nurse Practitioner Gibson-Young, Linda
Improving Treatment of Obese Adolescents Health Weight Management Be Fit 4 Life (BF4L) Project
Spring 2013 Rachel Morgan Sociology PhD Jasinski, Jana
Tracking Violence: Using Neighborhood-Level Characteristics in the Analysis of Domestic Violence in Chicago and the State of Illinois
Spring 2010 Victoria Morgan Physical Therapy DPT Pabian, Patrick
Common Lower Extremity Injuries Affecting Female Dancers and a Proposed Screening Tool for Identifying Dancers Prone to Injury
Spring 2005 Nancy Morgan Educational Leadership EdD Bozeman, William
Characteristics Associate with the Effectiveness of Resource Development Programs at Florida Community Colleges
Spring 2018 Dustin Morley Computer Science PhD Foroosh, Hassan
Visionary Ophthalmics: Confluence of Computer Vision and Deep Learning for Ophthalmology
Spring 2002 Timothy Morris Education EdD Cornell, Richard
COLLEGE STUDENTS' ATTITUDES ABOUT COMPUTERS RELATED TO GENDER IDENTITY AND LEARNING STYLE INTERACTIONS