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
Fall 2012 David Reid Materials Science and Engineering PhD Seal, Sudipta
Spring 2009 Christopher Reid Industrial Engineering PhD McCauley, Pamela
Occupational Lower Extremity Risk Assessment Modeling
Summer 2012 Vladimir Reilly Computer Science PhD Shah, Mubarak
Detecting, Tracking, and Recognizing Activities in Aerial Video
Fall 2013 Jeffrey Reinking Business Administration PhD Accounting Arnold, Vicky
The Diffusion of Digital Dashboards: An Examination of Dashboard Utilization and the Managerial Decision Environment
Summer 2005 Charles Reiss Environmental Engineering PhD Taylor, James
Mechanisms of Nanofilter Fouling and Treatment Alternatives for Surface Water Supplies
Spring 2002 Kristine Relvini Industrial Engineering PhD McCauley, Pamela
THE ANALYSIS, DEVELOPMENT, AND APPLICATION OF A MULTIFACTOR, QUANTIFIABLE CONFINED SPACE HUMAN PERFORMANCE MODEL
Fall 2012 Xinhua Ren Electrical Engineering PhD Gong, Xun
High Temperature Materials Characterization and Sensor Application
Spring 2004 Mark Rendell Educational Leadership EdD Pawlas, George
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HIGH SCHOOL SIZE AND INDICATORS OF STUDENT PERFORMANCE
Spring 1996 Lisabeth Renee Education EdD Palmer, Mary
THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF AESTHETIC COMMUNION: A SURVEY OF THE STATUS OF AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE WITHIN VISUAL ARTS CURRICULA AT THE ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY LEVELS
Spring 2001 Celeste Renza-Guren Education EdD Kysilka, Marcella
REASONS WHY HS FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDENTS CHOOSE TO CONTINUE OR DISCONTINUE BEYOND THE TWO-YEAR MINIMUM REQUIREMENT FOR COLLEGE