Dissertation Defense Calendar

Upcoming Dissertation Defenses

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Note: Unless otherwise stated, the public is invited to attend dissertation defenses.

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Ayure-Inga Mark Anthony Agana

Time
09:00 PM
Program
Environmental Dynamics
Dissertation Title
Climate Change Governance and Politics of Scale: Evaluating Local Climate Protection Policies and Practices in the United State and Germany
Location
Gearhart Hall 217
Dissertation Chair
Dr. Fiona Davidson

Thursday, February 28, 2019

Joshua Brent Ray

Time
01:30 PM
Program
Educational Leadership
Dissertation Title
Crumbling Foundations: The Case for Prioritizing Self-Care Among Educational Leaders
Location
Graduate Education Building, Room 249
Dissertation Chair
Dr. John Pijanowski

Friday, March 1, 2019

Elise Helena Swanson

Time
12:00 PM
Program
Education Policy
Dissertation Title
To and Through College: Investigating Attitudes Towards, Enrollment in, and Graduation from College
Location
Graduate Education Building, Room 343
Dissertation Chair
Dr. Gema Zamarro Rodriguez

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Trenton James Lindbloom

Time
01:30 PM
Program
Adult and Lifelong Learning
Dissertation Title
The Perceived Occupational Benefits of Competing in Technical Collegiate Competitions
Location
Graduate Education Building, Room 325
Dissertation Chair
Dr. Kit Kacirek

Kay Murphy

Time
04:00 PM
Program
Adult and Lifelong Learning
Dissertation Title
Does Grit Matter? A Correlational Study of the Relationship Between Grit-S Assessment Scores and Student Retention in Undergraduate Online Programs
Location
Graduate Education Building, Room 325
Dissertation Chair
Dr. Kit Kacirek

Jason Burgess-Conforti

Time
02:00 PM
Program
Environmental Dynamics
Dissertation Title
The Potential Acidification of the Mulberry River
Location
Gearhart Hall 217
Dissertation Chair
Dr. David M. Miller

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Gage Joseph Greening

Time
10:00 AM
Program
Biomedical Engineering
Dissertation Title
Diffuse reflectance spectroscopy to quantify in vivo tissue optical properties: applications in human epithelium and subcutaneous murine colon cancer
Location
Arkansas Union, Room 503
Dissertation Chair
Dr. Timothy J. Muldoon