Graduate School

Current Students – Upcoming Doctoral Defenses

December

12/5/16
Xinhua Pan, Physics, College of Science and Technology
Ph.D.
Optical Control and Spectroscopic Studies of Collisional Population Transfer in Molecular Electronic States
408 Science Education and Research Center, 1:30 p.m.

12/7/16
Matthew Gale, Educational Leadership, College of Education
Ed.D.
Perceptions of High School Principals About Their Impact on Student Achievement
301 Ritter Hall, 2:30 p.m.

12/12/16
Zhuo Deng, Computer and Information Science, College of Science and Technology
Ph.D.
RGB-Depth Image Segmentation and Object Recognition for Indoor Scenes
302 Science Education and Research Center, 10:00 a.m.

12/13/16
Azeb Gebre, Psychology, College of Liberal Arts
Ph.D.
A Path to Success: Analyzing the Precursors and Predictors of College Adjustment
542 Weiss Hall, 1:00 p.m.

12/13/16
Mark Snyder, Educational Psychology, College of Education
Ph.D.
Investigating the Link Between Current Classroom Teachers' Conceptions, Literacy, and Practices of Assessment
271 Ritter Hall Annex, 12:00 p.m.

12/15/16
Thierry Saintine, Urban Education, College of Education
Ph.D.
Mathematics Confidence in an Urban High School: Black Students' Perception of Mathematics Education
332 Ritter Hall, 10:00 a.m.

12/15/16
Carol Smolen, Spanish, College of Liberal Arts
Ph.D.
Reconciliation of the Prostitute, Anchoress, and Wandering Shepherd: Coming to Terms with Self, Society and the Divine in Thirteenth-Century Iberia
821 Anderson Hall, 4:00 p.m.

12/19/16
Ryan Witt, English, College of Liberal Arts
Ph.D.
Integrating Identity: Creating a More Inclusive Vision of ABE Stakeholder Goals
821 Anderson Hall, 11:00 a.m.