Doctoral Graduates

Data last updated on June 19, 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 2013 Neng Bai Optics and Photonics PhD Li, Guifang
Mode-Division Multiplexed Transmission in Few-mode Fibers
Summer 2006 Xin Bai Computer Science PhD Marinescu, Dan
COORDINATION,MATCHMAKING AND RESOURCE ALLOCATION FOR LARGE-SCALE DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS.
Fall 2017 Shannon Bailey Psychology PhD Human Factors and Cognitive Psychology Sims, Valerie
Getting the Upper Hand: Natural Gesture Interfaces Improve Instructional Efficiency on a Conceptual Computer Lesson
Fall 2001 Lynne Bailey Education EdD Kysilka, Marcella
USING HISTORICAL FICTION TO EXPLORE THE INTEGRATION OF U.S. HISTORY AND LANGUAGE ARTS IN THE EIGHTH GRADE
Fall 1995 Barrie Bailey Business Administration PhD Finance Cheney, John
INTERNATIONAL MUTUAL FUND PERFORMANCEAN EVALUATION OF RETURNS, INVESTMENT OBJECTIVES, AND POLITICAL RISKS
Summer 1994 John Bailey Psychology PhD Human Factors and Cognitive Psychology Thomas, Margaret
SPATIAL KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION IN A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT
Fall 1993 Sandra Bailey Psychology PhD Human Factors and Cognitive Psychology Gilson, Richard
SUPER-FIDELITY HYPOTHESIS OF CHARACTERS RELATIVE TO PHOTOGRAPHS
Summer 2011 Kevin Baillie Physics PhD Planetary Sciences Colwell, Joshua
Fine-Scale Structures in Saturn's Rings: Waves, Wakes and Ghosts
Summer 2012 Timothy Bair Educational Leadership EdD Murray, Kenneth
The Relationship Among Student Demographic Variables and Reported Discipline Referral Categories
Summer 2015 Andrew Baird Sociology PhD Carter, James
The Social Function of For-Profit Higher Education in the United States