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 2016 Erin Reed Environmental Engineering PhD Duranceau, Steven
Modeling wastewater indicators and effects of contaminant removal strategies on groundwater and spring discharge in a karst aquifer
Fall 2013 Jennifer Reed Chemistry PhD Zou, Shengli
Light-Matter Interactions of Plasmonic Nanostructures
Summer 2013 John Reeder Computer Engineering PhD Georgiopoulos, Michael
Life Long Learning in Sparse Learning Environments
Fall 2013 Michael Reeves Psychology PhD Industrial and Organizational Psychology Fritzsche, Barbara
The Challenges of Young-Typed Jobs and How Older Workers Adapt
Spring 2007 Leaha Reeves Industrial Engineering PhD Stanney, Kay
Fall 1992 Jennifer Reeves Educational Leadership EdD Bozeman, William
A Program Evaluation for Academically At-risk Students: Identification of the Critical Elements
Spring 2012 Damon Regan Education PhD Instr Design & Tech PhDTrk Hirumi, Atsusi
Investigating gender differences in student preferences for and achievement with educational games
Fall 2006 Sherri Rehfeld Psychology PhD Human Factors and Cognitive Psychology Jentsch, Florian
The Impact of Mental Transformation Training Across Levels of Automation on Spatial Awareness in Human-Robot Interaction
Summer 2014 Zia Rehman Modeling and Simulation PhD Kincaid, John
How many are out there? A novel approach for open and closed systems
Summer 2015 Matthew Reichert Optics and Photonics PhD Vanstryland, Eric
Nonlinear Optical Response of Simple Molecules and Two-Photon Semiconductor Lasers