Doctoral Graduates

Data last updated on October 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
Fall 2012 Name Withheld Optics and Photonics PhD Dogariu, Aristide
Random Transformations of Optical Fields and Applications
Fall 2012 Name Withheld Chemistry PhD Clausen, Christian
A Study of the Degradative Capabilities of the Bimetallic System: Mg (Pd/C) as Applied in the Destruction of Decafluoropentane, an Environmental Contaminant
Fall 2012 Name Withheld Computer Science PhD Tappen, Marshall
Gradient based MRF learning for image restoration and segmentation
Fall 2012 Name Withheld Education PhD Counselor Education Lambie, Glenn
Counselor education doctoral students' levels of Research Self-Efficacy, Interest in Research, and Research Mentoring: A cross-sectional investigation
Fall 2012 Name Withheld Education PhD Exceptional Education Vasquez, Eleazar
The Effects of Synchronous Online Cognitive Strategy Instruction in Writing for Students with Learning Disabilities
Summer 2012 Name Withheld Public Affairs PhD Wan, Thomas
Recidivism Measurement and Sanction Effectiveness in Youth Diversion Programs
Summer 2012 Name Withheld Nursing PhD Sole, Mary
An Exploratory Study of Physiologic Responses to a Passive Exercise Intervention in Mechanically-ventilated Critically Ill Adults
Summer 2012 Name Withheld Materials Science and Engineering PhD Seal, Sudipta
Understanding the Role of Defects in the Radiation Response of Nanoceria
Summer 2012 Name Withheld Psychology PhD Industrial and Organizational Psychology Jentsch, Kimberly
Are You My Profession? Mentoring, OCBs, and Professional Identity
Summer 2012 Name Withheld Education PhD Exceptional Education Dieker, Lisa
Examining potential teacher bias of Hispanic males with emotional disturbances in virtual settings