Graduate School
Doctoral Degrees
AUGUST 2014

DOCTOR OF MUSICAL ARTS

Wendy A. Grew
Dissertation:  “A Guide to Electro-Acoustic Performance for the Acoustic Oboist” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Michelle Vigneau

T. Jon Pelon 
Dissertation:  “’Pranks and Puns’: The Use of the Tenor Tuba in Janáček’s Capriccio” 
Major Professor:  Dr. John T. Mueller

 

DOCTOR OF EDUCATION

DEPARTMENT OF COUNSELING, EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY AND RESEARCH

Emily Warren Meadows
Dissertation:  “A Model for Educating and Training School Counselor Directors” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Richard K. James

DEPARTMENT OF INSTRUCTION AND CURRICULUM LEADERSHIP

Dorian S. B. Brown
Dissertation“Mobile Learning for Communicative Language Teaching: An Exploration of How Higher Education Language Instructors Design Communicative MALL Environments” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Michael M. Grant

Tiffany LaRae Freeze Denton
Dissertation:  “Temporal Discounting: Using a Shifting Delay Procedure to Teach Delay-to-Reinforcement” 
Major Professor:  Dr. James N. Meindl

Sharlese Louise James
Dissertation“How a Computer-Assisted Instructional Program Affects the Reading Fluency of a Selected Group of Second Grade Students” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Lee E. Allen

Vonda Kim Scipio
Dissertation“Examining Teacher Efficacy in an Urban School District through an Induction and Mentoring Program” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Vivian Gunn Morris

Sarah Dawn Smilowitz
Dissertation:  “The Effect of High-Stakes Testing and Social Studies Pedagogy:  An Examination of Social Studies Teaching Methods and Curriculum” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Jeffrey M. Byford

Jeffrey Brian Smith
Dissertation:  “Evaluating the Use of Video Observations with Behavioral Clinical Supervision” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Laura B. Casey

DEPARTMENT OF LEADERSHIP

Abigail L. Braddock
Dissertation“Organized Chaos:  A Qualitative Case Study of the Initiative to Measure Teacher Effectiveness in Tennessee” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Larry McNeal

Margaret Ann Gilmore
Dissertation“A Comparative Analysis of the Peak Experiences of Eleventh Grade Students Who Are On Track and Are Not On Track for Graduation” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Reginald L. Green

Jerry Anthony Hunnicutt
Dissertation:  “Online Course Attrition in Arkansas’ Two-Year Colleges” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Barbara Mullins-Nelson

William Melvin Johnson, Sr.
Dissertation:  “An Examination of Traditional and Non-Traditional African American Male Students’ Perceptions of the Community College Environment, their Quality of Effort, Gains, and Inclination to Persist” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Larry McNeal

Rosalynn Martin
Dissertation:  “Examining the Factors Influencing Female African American Doctoral Students to Select Higher Education Leadership as a Career” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Katrina A. Meyer

Heather Annie Marie Sacharczyk
Dissertation“Rural School Districts’ Personnel Directors’ and Human Resource Directors’ Factors and Strategies of the Recruitment and Retention of Teachers” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Larry McNeal

Carol Lee Shelly Wallace
Dissertation:  “Learning to Practice: A Case Study of the Experiences of Public Health Registered Dietitians in Professional Lifelong Learning” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Mitsunori Misawa

Willie Carnell Williams
Dissertation:  “Parent Perceptions of Parental Involvement in a Mid-South Suburban School District” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Larry McNeal

 

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY

SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTANCY

Stephanie Hairston
Dissertation:  “Speculative Derivative Use: External Financing Costs and Financial Reporting Effects” 
Major Professor:  Dr. J. David Spiceland

Ji Woo Ryou
Dissertation:  “Effect of Product Market Competition on Financial Reporting Quality” 
Co-Major Professors:  Dr. Zabihollah Rezaee and Dr. Hyun Hong

DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

Bridget Sutton Fisher
Dissertation:  “Modeling Giardia-Host Interactions: Mechanisms of Barrier Dysfunction and Immune Suppression” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Carlos Lopez-Estrano

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY

Aaron William Brown
Dissertation:  “Using Gas Chromatography to Investigate Volatile Organics in Drinking Water” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Gary L. Emmert

Jacob E. McMillan
Dissertation“An Integrated Approach to Understanding the Structure and Function of the Large-Conductance, Voltage- and Calcium-Activated Potassium Channel” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Abby L. Baker

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

Seyed Mehrdad Hosseini
Dissertation:  “Reducing Uncertainties in the Velocities Determined by Inversion of Phase Velocity Dispersion Curves Using Synthetic Seismograms” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Shahram Pezeshk

Sanaz Saadat
Dissertation:  “Probabilistic Seismic Loss Analysis for Design of Steel Structures – Optimizing for Multiple-Objective Functions” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Charles V. Camp

SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS

Lauren Elizabeth Burrows
Dissertation“The Learning of Phonetic Flap by English Language Learners: Data from Kindergarten and Fourth Grade” 
Major Professor:  Dr. D. Kimbrough Oller

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE

Vivek Varma Datla
Dissertation:  “Data-Driven Approach for Thematic Role Extraction” 
Major Professor:  Dr. King-Ip Lin

Ramya Dharam
Dissertation:  Runtime Monitoring Technique to Detect and Prevent SQL Injection Attacks” 
Major Professor: Dr. Sajjan G. Shiva

Ryan James McCall
Dissertation“Fundamental Motivation and Perception for a Systems-Level Cognitive Architecture”
Major Professor: Dr. Stanley Franklin

Michael Charles Nolen
Dissertation “R-Forest for Approximate Nearest Neighbor Queries in High Dimensional Space”
Major Professor:  Dr. King-Ip Lin

Christopher B. Simmons
Dissertation:  Avoidit IRS:  An Issue Resolution System to Resolve Cyber Attacks” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Sajjan G. Shiva

DEPARTMENT OF COUNSELING, EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY AND RESEARCH

Robin Johnson Brooksby
Dissertation:  “Social Media: A Case of Publicness” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Sara K. Bridges

Rashunda LaRuth Stitt
Dissertation:  “’Sounds like Something a White Man Should be doing’:  Academic Identity in African American Female Engineering Students” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Christian Mueller

Heather Jane Dannison
Dissertation:  “Identity Negotiation: Straight-Ally Conservative Christians in the Mid-South” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Sara K. Bridges

Aron Matthew Katz
Dissertation:  “Testing the Role of Body Vigilance as a Precipitating Factor in the Cognitive Behavioral Model of Medically Unexplained Illness” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Douglas C. Strohmer 

Richelle Ashley McGhee Long
Dissertation“The State of Aftercare: A Critical Look at the Response to Victims of Human Sex Trafficking in the United States” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Suzanne H. Lease 

Archandria Colette Owens
Dissertation:  “Life Role Salience in African American Men:  The Impact of Race Related Stress, Hypermasculinity, and Sexual Self-Concept” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Sara K. Bridges

Kevin Jason Powell
Dissertation“Stigma Against Mental Illness: The Influence of Empathy, Perspective-taking, Exposure to and Familiarity with Mental Illness” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Sara K. Bridges

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING

Gahangir Hossain
Dissertation“Modeling Cognitive Ability-Demand Gaps in Collaborative Sense-making and Designing Assistive Technology Solutions” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Mohammed Yeasin

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

Arthur Lau Hullender
Dissertation:  “A Contrastive Corpus Analysis between Modern Art Criticism and Photography Criticism for Curriculum Development in Art ESP” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Teresa S.  Dalle

Kenneth Geoffrey Richter
Dissertation“Second Language Teacher Education:  The Development of Pre-Service Teacher Cognitions About the Characteristics and Practices of Effective ESL Instructors” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Emily A. Thrush

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE

Mohamed Abdel-aziz Mekhaimer
Dissertation:  “Two Essays in Stock Market Liquidity” 
Co-Major Professors:  Dr. Christine Jiang and Dr. Sandra C. Mortal

Bhavik Rajesh Parikh
Dissertation:  “Three Essays in International Finance” 
Major Professor: Dr. Ronald W. Spahr 

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY

Rachel Jana Mittelman
Dissertation:  “Ceramics as an Ethnic Identifier: Libyans in the Nile Delta during the Third Intermediate Period” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Suzanne Onstine 

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

Xueyuan Cao
Dissertation:  “Set Based Association Testing in High Dimensional Genomic Studies” 
Major Professor:  Dr. E. Olusegun George

DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT

Nicholas Daniel Rhew
Dissertation: One BRIC at a Time: Deconstructing the Emerging Markets Concept” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Peter Wright

Robert Steinbauer
Dissertation“Mentor Influence on Protégé Moral Disengagement:  A Longitudinal Investigation” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Robert Renn

DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Lakshman Iyer Mahadevan
Dissertation:  Examining Organization Implications of Innovations in Software Development: Agile  and Simulation” 
Co-Major Professors: Dr. William J. Kettinger and Dr. Chen Zhang 

Mohammad Said Najjar
Dissertation:  “Serving the IS Customer in Good Times and Bad:  Pathways to Satisfaction and Value” 
Major Professor:  Dr. William J. Kettinger

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY

Laurie A. Burke
Dissertation“Spiritual Struggle Following Violent Death Loss: Complicated Grief and Complicated Spiritual Grief” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Robert A. Neimeyer

Jordan A. Fields
Dissertation“Exercise, PTSD Symptoms, and Weight Loss in a National Weight Management Program” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Meghan E. McDevitt-Murphy

Carolyn McGregor Forsyth
Dissertation“Predicting Learning: A Fine-Grained Analysis of Learning within a Serious Game” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Arthur C. Graesser 

Ashley Michelle Hum
Dissertation:  “The Associations between Adolescent Smoking Trajectories and Physician Tobacco Communications, Gender, and Ethnicity”
Major Professor:  Dr. Leslie A. Robinson 

Blair Allison Lehman
Dissertation:  “Interventions to Regulate Confusion during Learning” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Arthur C. Graesser

Brent Wesley Morgan
Dissertation“The Impact of Mood on Multitasking Performance and Adaptation” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Arthur C. Graesser

Courtney Janae Peasant
Dissertation “Configuration of Sexual Risk:  A Person-Centered Approach” 
Major Professor:  Dr. James G. Murphy

Adriane Maria Fertitta Sanders
Dissertation:  “Life Satisfaction, Social Identity, and Household Work:  An Intersectionality Perspective” 
Major Professor: Dr. Lynda M. Sagrestano 

Amber Chauncey Strain
Dissertation:  “Emotion Regulation to Facilitate the Process and Products of Learning in an Online Learning Environments” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Arthur C. Graesser

Allison Marie Yurasek
Dissertation:  “A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Behavioral Economic Intervention for Substance Abuse in a Diverse College Sample” 
Major Professor:  Dr. James G. Murphy

SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Ronald H. Dallas, Jr.
Dissertation:  “Post-Transition Outcomes from Pediatric to Adult Health Care among Young People Living with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Satish K. Kedia

Matthew Paul Smeltzer
Dissertation “An Epidemiologic Evaluation of Sickle Cell Disease in the United States:  Birth Prevalence, Distance as a Barrier to Care, and Potential Bias in a Clinical Trial of Hydroxyurea” 
Major Professor:  Dr. Vikki G. Nolan


MAY 2014

DOCTOR OF AUDIOLOGY

Mary Helen Briggler 

Chelsea Kilgore 

Katherine Abston Lane

Caleb McNiece 

Paul Oren Michael Pendergraft 

Alyssa D. Vieth 

 

DOCTOR OF MUSICAL ARTS

Steven Joseph DiBlasi 
Dissertation:   “While the Diva Wasn’t Looking:  An Analytical Survey of Late-Romantic Italian Chamber Music”
Major Professor:  Dr. Victor S. Ascuncion

Walter Forbes Hoehn, Jr. 
Dissertation:   “’Mr. Saxophonist’: Benjamin Vereecken:  Performer, Pedagogue, Composer”
Major Professor:  Dr. Kenneth Kreitner

Michelle Cacho Nicolasora
Dissertation:  “Kundiman:  A Musical and Socio-Cultural Exploration on the Development of the Philippine Art Song”
Major Professor:  Dr. Victor S. Asuncion

Richard Dean Owen 
Dissertation:  “Douglas Stuart Moore (1893-1969) as Organist and Composer of Organ Music”
Major Professor: Dr. Kenneth Kreitner

 

DOCTOR OF EDUCATION

DEPARTMENT OF INSTRUCTION AND CURRICULUM LEADERSHIP

Shannon D. Buford
Dissertation:  “Teachers Perspectives of One State’s Alternate (Portfolio) Assessment System:  A Closer Look"
Major Professor:  Dr. Laura B. Casey

Terica E. Butler
Dissertation:   “Teacher Perceptions of a National Alternative Certification Program’s Preparation Process: Providing Equitable Student Experiences”
Major Professor:  Dr. Lee E. Allen

Angela V. Christopher
Dissertation:   “Common Core State Standards and Technology Integration:  A Study of Teachers Experiences  after Professional Development”
Major Professor:  Dr. Clif Mims

Christopher Andrew Glenn
Dissertation:     “A Comparison of Learner Self-regulation in Online and Face-to-face Problem-based Learning Courses”
Major Professor:  Dr. E. Trey Martindale

Tamora LaShawn Jackson
Dissertation:   “Exploring the Relationship between Professional Development and Student Achievement”
Major Professor:  Dr. Celia Rousseau Anderson

Jessica Mitchell
Dissertation:  “Writing in the Digital Age:  A Case Study of Fifth-Grade Boys”
Major Professor: Dr. Rebecca S. Anderson

Jennifer P. Nelson
Dissertation:   “The Relationship between Teacher Candidates Performance on the Praxis II Principles of   Learning and Teaching (K-6) and Performance on the edTPA Elementary Literacy Assessment”
Major Professor:  Dr. Deborah Lowther

Junko Tokuda Simpson
Dissertation:   “Technology for Effective Japanese Learning:  Positive Influence of Using Technology for American College Students”
Major Professor:  Dr. Satomi Izumi-Taylor

DEPARTMENT OF LEADERSHIP

Yvonne Griggs Allen
Dissertation:   “Historical Perspectives of Public School Elementary Principals in the United States:  An Analysis of 80 Years of Studies Commissioned by the National Association of Elementary School Principals”
Major Professor:   Dr. Larry McNeal

Mara Rubia Fonseca Borges-Gatewood Dissertation:   “A Comparative Study of Leadership Preparation Programs in Brazil and the United States”
Major Professor:  Dr. Larry McNeal

Robert Howe Campbell
Dissertation:  “The Role of Service Learning in Developing Spirituality and Transforming Students"
Major Professor:  Dr. Barbara Mullins-Nelson

Laura J. Link
Dissertation:   “Teachers’ Perceptions of Grading Practices”
Major Professor:  Dr. Larry McNeal

Christopher Ike Murrah
Dissertation:   “Principal Observation of Practice and Stakeholder Perception:  A Correlative Study of Alignment and Their Relationship to Teacher Effectiveness as Measured by the Tennessee Value-added Assessment System”
Major Professor:  Dr. Reginald L. Green

Edwina Thomas Washington
Dissertation:   “Why Did You Tweet That?:  An Examination of Cyberbullying among Undergraduate Students at an Urban Research University”
Major Professor:  Dr. Mitsunori Misawa

 

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY

SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTANCY

Brian K. Laird
Dissertation:   “To Trust or Not: The Effects of Monitoring Intensity on Discretionary Effort, Honesty, and Problem Solving Ability”
Major Professor:  Dr. Charles D. Bailey

DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

Christopher James Eden
Dissertation:   “Orthotopic Models of Pediatric Brain Tumors in Zebrafish”
Major Professor:    Dr. Charles A. Lessman

Ramona Magdalena Sabau
Dissertation:   “The Effect of Nutritional Stress on the Reproductive Behaviors of Females and Their Offsprings in Meadow Voles, ‘Microtus pennsylvanicus’”
Major Professor:  Dr. Michael H. Ferkin

DEPARTMENT OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

Ashley Cox Parker
Dissertation:   “Fungal and Bacterial Infection Mitigation with Antibiotic and Antifungal Loaded Biopolymer Sponges”
Major Professor:  Dr. Warren O. Haggard

James K. Smith
Dissertation:   “An Evaluation of Chitosan Paste as an Injectable and Adhesive, Adjunctive Therapy for Musculoskeletal Wound Infection Prevention”
Major Professor:  Dr. Warren O. Haggard

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY

Brittany Burton Lott
Dissertation:   “Probing the Assembly of the Ribosome:  Insights from Computational Studies on Ribosomal Proteins”
Major Professor:  Dr. Yongmei Wang

DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION

Tracy Manning Schaffer
Dissertation:   “The Experience of the Addiction-Affected Family:  A Communication Based Interpretive  Phenomenological Analysis”
Major Professor:  Dr. Amanda J. Young

Melissa Meghan Thompson
Dissertation:   “Barriers to Communicating about HPV Vaccination: A Case Study of Parents and Healthcare Providers in a Rural, Religious Community”
Major Professor:   Dr. Amanda J. Young

Jonathan Franklin Woodall
Dissertation:   “The Post-Termination Rhetoric of the American Restoration Movement”
Major Professor:  Dr. Sandra J. Sarkela

SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS

Maki Doiuchi
Dissertation:   “Acoustic and Respiratory Characteristics of Infant Vocalization”
Major Professor:  Dr. Eugene H. Buder

DEPARTMENT OF COUNSELING, EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY AND RESEARCH

George Gharibian Gharghani
Dissertation:  “Counselor Confirmation Bias: Can the Internet Serve as a Debiasing Tool?”
Major Professor:  Dr. Douglas G. Strohmer

Sarah Halawani Montes 
Dissertation:   “The Relationship between Parenting and Depressive Symptomology in Young Jordanian Adults:  Is Attachment a Mediator Variable?”
Major Professor:  Dr. Suzanne H. Lease

DEPARTMENT OF EARTH SCIENCES

Adewale Moroof Amosu
Dissertation:   “Elastic Deformation of the Earth’s Crust from Surface Loading Phenomena”
Major Professor:  Dr. Robert Smalley, Jr.

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS

Ioana Sofia Pacurar
Dissertation:   “Essays in Applied Microeconomics”
Major Professor:  Dr. Albert Okunade

Stephanie Cassell Steinberg
Dissertation:   “Essay in Pharmacoeconomics”
Major Professor:  Dr. Cyril F. Chang

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

Abdullah Ali Alasmary
Dissertation:   “Receptive and Productive Mastery of Recurrent Academic Word Combinations by First (L1) and Second (L2) English Speakers”
Major Professor:  Dr. Charles E. Hall

Houda Said Al-Habsi
Dissertation:   “Tracing Development in College Students’ Writing in Oman:  A Contrastive Corpus Analysis”
Major Professor:  Dr. Emily A. Thrush

Cheng-Hsuan Wu
Dissertation:  “Difficult Spaces: The Gothic-Blues Voice in Comparative African American Literary   Movements”
Major Professor:   Dr. Reginald Martin

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY

Michael Blum
Dissertation:   “An Island of Racial Peace Am id a Sea of Strife: The Civil Rights Movement in Knoxville, Tennessee”
Major Professor:   Dr. Aram Goudsouzian

Michael Jakob Lejman
Dissertation:   “Being Different:  The Life and Work of Albert Memmi”
Major Professor:  Dr. Daniel L. Unowsky

Jack Brian Lorenzini
Dissertation:   “Power Concedes Nothing without a Demand:  Student Activism at Memphis State University in the 1960s”
Major Professor:  Dr. Aram Goudsouzian

Nancy R. Parrish
Dissertation:  “Cotton, Factory, and People: The Production of Bemis, Tennessee, a Mill Town”
Major Professor:  Dr. Charles W. Crawford  

DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT

Eric Kinnamon
Dissertation:   “Terror Management Theory and Entrepreneurship:  Fear and Decision Making”
Major Professor:  Dr. Peter Wright

DEPARTMENT OF MARKETING AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

James J. Oakley
Dissertation:     “Interpersonal Relationship Marketing Investments: The Effects of the Level of Investment and Stage of  the Relationship on Customer’s Felt Gratitude, Behavioral Intentions, Manipulative Intent, Personal Importance and Perceptions of the Seller’s Cost”
Major Professor:  Dr. Alan J. Bush

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

Si Chen
Dissertation:   “DNA Sequence Analysis for Application to Phylogenetic Tree Construction and Simulated Metagenomic Binning”
Major Professor:  Dr. Lih-Yuan Deng

Raluca Ioana Pop Clendenen
Dissertation:   “Wentzell Boundary Conditions with General Weights and Asymptotic Parabolicity for Strongly Damped Waves”
Co-Major Professors:  Dr. Gisele R. Goldstein and Dr. Jerome A. Goldstein

Bryan R. Winter
Dissertation:   “Design, Search and Implementation of Improved Large Order Multiple Recursive Generators and  Matrix Congruential Generators”
Major Professor:   Dr. Lih-Yuan Deng

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Amanda Paige Winter
Dissertation:   “Simulating Self Pressurization in Propellant Tanks Using an Energy of Fluid Approach”
Major Professor:  Dr. Jeffrey Marchetta

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY

Nicolas Garrera
Dissertation:   “Ethics as Experience: Elements for a Comprehensive Phenomenological Ethics”
Major Professor:  Dr. Thomas J. Nenon

Paul William Hammond
Dissertation:   “There was Already Quite a Crowd:  Gilles Delenze on Action, Multiplicity, and Sociality”
Major Professor:  Dr. Mary Beth Mader

Jennie Davidson Latta
Dissertation:   “Being the Person:  An Introduction to Edith Stein’s ‘Finite and Eternal Being’”
Major Professor:  Dr. Thomas J. Nenon

James Justin Sledge
Dissertation:   “Freedom, Solidarity, Revolution:  Marx and the Ethical”
Major Professor:  Dr. Thomas J. Nenon

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY

Sarah McCallum Irby
Dissertation:   “The Exchangeability of Brief Intelligence Tests for Children with Intellectual Giftedness: Illuminating Error Variance Components' Influence on IQs”
Major Professor:  Dr. Randy G. Floyd

Divya Rose Vargheese
Dissertation:   “Efficacy of the Navy’s Enlisted Advancement System (NEAS)”
Major Professor:  Dr. William O. Dwyer 

 

 

 

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