These pH. Graduates in Libard Bass Connections and other versatile opportunities

On May 8, the postgraduate school will hold a virtual graduation ceremony for the Duke 2020-2021 PhD. Graduates. Among them are many students who use the bus connections program to enhance their undergraduate studies, publishing publications, and professional development skills. Many individuals are involved in other multidisciplinary opportunities on campus (see related article, Doing Duke on the Road to Frequency).

Congratulations to all this year’s graduates!

Kyle Eskinder.Kyle Alexander, PhD in Art, Art History and Visual Studies

Graduation Text – Permanent – Funeral Monuments, Consumers and Social Rehabilitation in Paris (1804–1924)

Yanio Chen.Yanyu Chen, PhD in Economics

Graduation essay – essays in industrial enterprise and the local economy

Tom Sink-Mars.Tom Sink-Mars, PhD in History

Graduation: Search for “Friendship”: Types of Power Policy, Trade and Socialism in the Soviet Block, 1872-1984
  • Bus connections; Tom Sin-Mars joined the History and Future Ocean Energy Team and taught bus communication courses, including energy and community.
  • More cool stuff; Bass Teaching Fellowship incorporates bus communication model collaboration, multidisciplinary research into undergraduate courses, and Extraordinary Economics. Working as an energy doctoral student with Duke University Energy Initiative TV, he has worked on papers entitled “The Longest Pipeline in the World”. And in the summer, Provost gained experience with RTI International, which documented the use of off-grid energy products in sub-Saharan Africa. Worked with researchers to determine the impact of grid power on education, health, and agricultural products; And served as the magazine’s general secretary.

Aaron Colston.Aaron Colston, PhD in History

Graduation: The Problem of the World is Your Own

I donned.Ivan Donahu, PhD in Computing Media, Arts and Culture

Graduation Article – Android Linguistics: How machines do things in words

Fris-Haley.Elsa Fris-Haley, PhD in Psychology and Neuroscience

Magazine – Development and evaluation of web application that supports remote clinical monitoring by consultants in Kenya.
  • Bus connections; Elsa Fris-Haley has been a member of the International Mental Health Team for two years in the Student Advisory Council. She has traveled extensively to East Africa to do field work and has partnered with her team to develop a mobile app that supports the training and supervision of consultants in Kenya. Later, she was part of a team that received seed donations from Bass Connections ABC Thrive for the project, developing predictive models to improve children’s neurological development. She is currently a Concern in Digital Health at Duke’s Department of Mental and Behavioral Sciences.

Gerson.Jackie Gerson, PhD in Ecology

Solution: Geochemical, biological, and landscape controls on the impact of mercury, transportation, and natural ecosystems.

Graham.Meredith Graham, PhD in Music

Disc: Multiple Writing Anatomy by Ralph Vaughan Williams, Herbert Howles, Grace Williams and Elizabeth Maconchi, 1979-1999.

Hansen.Kathleen Hansen, PhD in Environmental Policy

Graduation essay – Local service delivery policy in the United States

Huang.Bohao Huang, PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering

Textbook – Using artificial satellite imagery from virtual worlds to train in-depth learning models for object recognition.

Kidd.Gray Kidd, PhD in History

Textbook: Giving to the Streets in the Middle Ages: A Living Heritage of Black and White Slavery

Savior.Brandon Hunter, PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering

Graduation text: Hygiene justice: Community-initiated academic research under various theories of change

Juskus.Ryan Juskus, PhD in Religion

Caption – Ecopolitics of Truth and Sacrifice – Ethnographic and Theological Study of Citizens’ Science, Environmental Justice and Christian Witness in Coal Sacrifice Zones

Lee.Kingran Lee, Ph.D. In environmental policy

Graduation essay – three essays on environmental economics and policy

Onvintiros.Hannah Onventor, PhD in History

Graduation essay – Caring for Korea – Raising War and Aid in the American Century
  • Bus connections; Otivros has served as project manager for American Places (read her reflection) and is a graduate consultant on History + Summer Project at the Duke Chapel developers.
  • More cool stuff; In postgraduate student development enrichment grant, Onviroros took two research projects for CWS Durham. “CWS was very good,” she said. “The organization’s emergency relief efforts are growing in my graduation paper; CWS Durham operates locally and works in underserved communities. And the organization’s focus on refugee settlement and advocacy addresses the current crisis with roots in the historical period I studied. (Read more about her experience.)

Rain.Emily Rain, PhD in Public Policy

Graduation essay: Informal Negotiation: Articles on policy interests and political solutions in Indian villages.

June Shepard.June Shepard, Ph.D. In Earth and Ocean Science

Graduation – International Energy Systems and International Business

Uri.Emily Uri, PhD in Ecology

Resolution – Sea level rise and salinity ecology in North Carolina’s coastal areas.

Virgez.Edgar Virgis, PhD in Environmental Science and Policy

Graduation essay: Evaluating fast and cost-effective strategies for electricity transfer: Comprehensive assessment of the power sector decommissioning.

Wade.Anna Wade, PhD in Environment

Graduation text: The variability of land use heritage in decades — and in the age-old soil

Traveler.Gabriel Harris Walker, PhD in Nursing

Graduation text – Parenting after a stroke

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