Graduate School

Current Students – Upcoming Doctoral Defense

September

9/20/18
Megan DeVirgilis, Spanish, College of Liberal Arts
Ph.D.
Blood Disorders: A Transatlantic Study of the Vampire as an Expression of Idealogical, Political, and Economic Tensions in Late 19th and Early 20th Century Hispanic Short Fiction
821 Anderson Hall, 2:00 p.m.

9/27/18
Lixin Zheng, Physics, College of Science and Technology
Ph.D.
Properties of Liquid Water and Solvated Ions Based on First Principles Calculations
408 Science Education and Research Center, 10:00 a.m.

9/28/18
Christina Go, Biomedical Sciences, Lewis Katz School of Medicine
Ph.D.
Physiological Implications and Molecular Insights into Calcium Entry and Clearance Mechanisms
310B Medical Education and Research Building, 11:00 a.m.

 

October

10/5/18
Grace Icenogle, Psychology, College of Liberal Arts
Ph.D.
Coming of Age: A Tale of Two Maturities
856 Weiss Hall, 12:00 p.m.

10/5/18
Thomas Reinstein, History, College of Liberal Arts
Ph.D.
The Way a Drunk Uses a Lamp Post: Intelligence Analysis and Policy During the Vietnam War, 1962-1968
914A Gladfelter Hall, 2:15 p.m.

10/12/18
Kelly Waltman Spreha, Criminal Justice, College of Liberal Arts
Ph.D.
Examining the Relationship Between Family Involvement in the Juvenile Justice Process and Recidivism
914 Gladfelter Hall, 10:00 a.m.

 

November

11/26/18
Issar Daryanani, Psychology, College of Liberal Arts
Ph.D.
Sustained Stressors and Scarce Support: Risk Factors for Adolescent Psychopathology in Single-Mother Families
Psychological Services Center, 1509 Cecil B. Moore Avenue, 12:30 p.m.