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 BOARD OF TRUSTEES  
· Foster Ockerman, Sr., Chairman  
William E. Burnett, Jr., Vice Chairman  
Edythe Jones Hayes, Secretary  
Ted B. Bates James A. Rose, III   ·-V.
Raymond F. Betts James L. Rose R a
Albert B. Chandler Robert F. Stephens .
Mary Sue Coleman Jerome A. Stricker 1
David R. Driscoll, Jr. William B. Sturgill  
Tracy Farmer Julia K. Tackett  
Lawrence E. Forgy, Jr. Billy B. Wilcoxson  
Walter D. Huddleston Henry R. Wilhoit, Jr. -  
 
Nicholas J. Pisacano  
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ADMINISTRATION  
David P. Roselle, President  
Peter P. Bosomworth, Chancellor for the Medical Center  
Art Gallaher, Chancellor for the Lexington Campus  
Charles T. Wethington, Chancellor for the Community College System “·  
Edward A. Carter, Vice President for Administration i
Wimberly C. Royster, Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies V 1
Eugene R. Williams, Vice President for Information Systems  

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WQ1 One Hundred Twenty-Sec0nd Annual
A   COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
  UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
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 THE ACADEMIC PROCESSION
The National and University Colors
The Candidates for Advanced Degrees, including the Candidates for Degrees from
 · The Graduate School, College of Law, College of Medicine, College of Dentistry, and
I College of Pharmacy
F ‘ The Candidates for Degrees from the College of Arts and Sciences
I The Candidates for Degrees from the College of Agriculture
The Candidates for Degrees from the College of Engineering
The Candidates for Degrees from the College of Education
The Candidates for Degrees from the College of Business and Economics
The Candidates for Degrees from the College of Pharmacy
The Candidates for Degrees from the College of Nursing
The Candidates for Degrees from the College of Architecture
The Candidates for Degrees from the College of Allied Health Professions
The Candidates for Degrees from the College of Home Economics
The Candidates for Degrees from the College of Library and Information Science
The Candidates for Degrees from the College of Social Work
The Candidates for Degrees from the College of Communications
The Candidates for Degrees from the College of Fine Arts
The Faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences
The Faculty of the College of Agriculture
The Faculty of the College of Engineering
The Faculty of the College of Law
The Faculty of the College of Education
The Faculty of the College of Business and Economics
The Faculty of the College of Pharmacy
The Faculty of the College of Medicine
The Faculty of the College of Nursing
The Faculty of the College of Dentistry
The Faculty of the College of Architecture
The Faculty of the College of Allied Health Professions
The Faculty of the College of Home Economics
The Faculty of the College of Library and Information Science
The Faculty of the College of Social Work
The Faculty of the College of Communications
The Faculty of the College of Fine Arts
The Directors and Faculty of the Community Colleges
The Faculty and Staff of Other University Units
The Deans of the Colleges and Administrative Officials
The Vice Presidents
The Chancellors and Vice Chancellors
The Official Guests
The Board of Trustees
The President of the University of Kentucky and the Chairman of the Board of Trustees
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 . COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY
The exercises of the one hundred twenty-second annual commencement are enacted today
at the University of Kentucky. The counterpart of the pageantry is enacted each year on cam-
puses all over the world. lt is the solemn climax and recognition of the graduates’ years of
study and preparation for responsibility.
The following description of the Academic pageantry is provided for your interest.
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The procession, which forms on the Avenue of Champions, will enter the Coliseum through I
the four corners of the floor. It is led by the University Marshal who positions himself in front I
of the stage and who is followed by the Color Guard carrying the National and State flags `
and the University banner. The University Marshal bears the ceremonial mace, emblematic
of the endorsement of the State and the University. Led by Assistant Marshals, the candidates
march behind the identification banner of the respective colleges which recommended them
for their degrees.
The order of march is as follows:
The candidates for advanced degrees to include
The Graduate School
College of Law
College of Medicine
College of Dentistry
College of Pharmacy
The candidates for degrees:
College of Arts and Sciences
College of Agriculture
College of Engineering
College of Education
College of Business and Economics
College of Pharmacy
College of Nursing
College of Architecture
College of Allied Health Professions
College of Home Economics
College of Library and Information Science
College of Social Work
College of Communications
College of Fine Arts
As the candidates reach their seats, the members of the faculty of the University of Kentucky 2
march into the Coliseum wearing the colorful hoods of the colleges and universities from which '
they were graduated. The climax of the procession brings to the platform the Trustees of the
University, the Deans of the various colleges, honorary degree recipients, the Chancellors, the
Vice Presidents, and other University officials, guests, state officials, and finally, the Presi-
dent of the University and the Chairman of the Board of Trustees. The Trustees of the University
can be identified by their blue gowns with white panels. They wear blue caps with gold tassels.
4

 ACADEMIC ATT IRE
All candidates for degrees and those who hold these degrees, including University officials,
faculty, and visiting dignitaries, are attired in traditional cap and gown. The basic color for
most caps and gowns is formal black. However, recipients of different degrees wear distinc-
tive tassels on their caps (called mortarboards) and hoods of various hues draped down the
backs of the gowns.
l CAPS
I Candidates for Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees wear the regulation cap with the tassel ap-
propriate to the school or division from which they are being graduated, with the exception
I of those who already hold Doctor’s degrees and are privileged to wear gold tassels. Except
during the positioning of the Colors, the playing of the National Anthem, and prayers, men
in academic regalia are requested to wear their caps. The authorized list of tassel colors follows:
Arts and Sciences—White Dentistry—Lilac
Agriculture—Maize Architecture—Blue-Violet
Engineering—Orange Allied Health Professions-Light Green
Law—Purple Home Economics—Maroon
Education—Light Blue Library and Information Science—Lemon
Business and Economics—Drab Social Work—Citron
Pharmacy—Olive Green Communications—Crimson
Medicine—Green Fine Arts—Brown
Nursing—Apricot
GOWNS
The gown for the Bachelor’s degree has pointed sleeves. It is designed to be worn closed.
The gown for the Master’s degree has an oblong sleeve, open at the wrist, like the others.
The sleeve base hangs down in the traditional manner. The rear part of its oblong shape is
square cut and the front part has an arc cut away. The gown is designed and supplied with
fasteners so that it may be worn open or closed. The gown for the Doctor’s degree has a bell-
shaped sleeve on which are three velvet bars (usually black but sometimes other colors, depend-
ing on the degree).
HOODS
The Bachelor’s hood is rather short with a narrow velvet edging of the appropriate color
(see list under tassels) and a lining in the color or colors of the institution—blue and white
at Kentucky.
The Master’s hood is considerably longer, has a wider velvet edging, and exposes more of
» the lining. The outside velvet trim color designates the degree which the person is receiving.
g The Doctor’s hood is easily recognized by the width of the velvet edging, the wide panels
I at either side, the greater length, and the full exposure of the lining. The colors of the edging
most frequently seen are blue for philosophy, green for medicine, and purple for laws; the
colors for the honorary Doctor’s degrees are purple for laws, white for letters, and golden
yellow for science.
Candidates for honorary degrees do not wear the hood until after the degree has been con-
ferred; part of the ceremony of admitting a candidate to his or her honorary degree consists
in the candidate being formally invested with the hood.
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in

 _ THE NATIONAL ANTHEM
Oh Say! can you see, by the dawn’s early light,
What so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming?
Whose broad stripes and bright stars, thro’ the perilous fight,
O’er the ramparts we watch’d, were so gallantly streaming?
And the rockets’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air,
Gave proof thro’ the night that our flag was still there. g
Oh, say does that Star-Spangled Banner yet wave
O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave?
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University Marshal
Lois M. Chan
Music
The University of Kentucky Commencement Ensemble
Conductor
W. Dale Warren, School of Music
Soloist
Donna Phillips, School of Music
Ushers
Student members of the Commencement Committee and
members of the following campus honor societies: °
Collegians for Academic Excellence,
Omicron Delta Kappa, Mortar Board, and Lances tl
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 ORDER OF EXERCISES
Presiding
David P. Roselle, President
PROCESSIONAL
I STAR SPANGLED BANNER ...................................................... (Francis Scott Key)
INVOCATION ........................................................................... Dr. John C. Bush
Executive Director, Kentucky Council of Churches
l INTRODUCTIONS ....................................................................... President Roselle
COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS ............................................. Dr. Samuel D. Proctor
Pastor of the Abyssinian Baptist Church in New York City
PRESENTATION OF DEGREE CANDIDATES AND CONFERRING OF DEGREES
Dean C. Oran Little Dean Peggy S. Meszaros
College of Agriculture College of Home Economics
Dean Thomas C. Robinson Acting Dean Thomas J. Waldhart
College of Allied Health Professions College of Library and Information Science
Dean José R. Oubrerié Dean Carolyn A. Williams
College of Architecture College of Nursing
Dean Michael A. Baer Dean Jordan L. Cohen
College of Arts and Sciences College of Pharmacy
Dean Richard W. Furst Dean Zafar Hasan
College of Business and Economics College of Social Work
Dean Douglas A. Boyd Acting Dean Daniel R. Reedy
College of Communications The Graduate School
Dean Edgar L. Sagan Dean David A. Nash
College of Education College of Dentistry
Dean Ray M. Bowen Dean Rutheford B Campbell
College of Engineering College of Law
Dean Richard C. Domek, Jr. Dean Emery A. Wilson
College of Fine Arts College of Medicine
g GREETlNGS—ALUMNI ASSOCIATION ........................................... Bruce K. Davis
2 President, National Alumni Association
` CONFERRING OF HONORARY DEGREES .................................... President Roselle
BENEDICTION ........................................................................ Rabbi Eric Slayton
Ohavay Zion Synagogue
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L Hilary J. Boone, Jr.
John H. Gray
Daniel Oduber
Georgia Powers
DOCTOR OF LETTERS
Douglas W. Schwartz
DOCTOR OF SCIENCE
Shoichiro Toyoda
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Specification: A Case Study in Alfalfa"
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Thomas Woodrow Bla1ne*, Russell
Major: Agricultural Economics
I?/?zl§;)l;_I_;)l;f;?;l?a;l;;?(?;j éc?;i;2ad’ Iraq Dissertation: "A Measurement of the Benefits of Land Information i
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Dissertation: "Use of Chronic Portal Vein Infusion in Rats to Examine
Mephenytoin Stereoselective Disposition" Carey Alan Bliihm’ Norwich, VT
j _ Major: Psychology
1:;;-?§gd§Eigr%l;?OfE§;andcr’ Lexington Dissertation: "An Empirical Analysis of Complementarity on the In-
' terpersonal Circumplex"
Dissertation: "Analysis of the Equine Histocompatibility Complex by
j $0¤lh¢f¤ Blot HybfidiZ¤Ii0¤" Alvaro Féilx Bolanos*, Cartago, Colombia
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' De Indias De Gonzalo Fernandex De Oviedo"
Dissertation: "Synthesis of Some Novel 4-Aminobenzamido Hydrazines
and their Aminoalkylhydrazine Precursors: Potential Antiar- james Duane Bolin**
rhythmic Analogs of Procainamide" Major; History
Myria Watkins A11cn* Lexington Dissertation: "Bossism and Reform: Politics in Lexington, Kentucky,
. . . ’ 1880-l940"
Major: Communication
Dissertation: "Communicators Spanning the Boundaries: Their Role, Briiee Dayid Bgwdy, Fr_ Thomas
Power, Communication-Related Skills, and Conflict Management Major; Pharmaeeiirieal Seienees
Styles Dissertation: "Lung Microbicidal Mechanisms and Pulmonary
Jay H Ambrose Tacoma WA Hypertension in Septic Piglets"
Major: Mechanical Engineering John Frederick Boylan, Ridgewood, NJ
Dissertation: "Transient Liquid Movement in Heat Pipe Wicks" Major; Microbiology
. Dissertation: "Structure and Function of the T24 Rus Oncogene as a
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Dissertation: "Backcalculation of Composite Pavement Layer Moduli" jane Frances Brgk€*, Frankfort
Major: Counseling Psychology
1,:1/[nzl`m$llSAIlOi1k€ ’ Nlgeua Dissertation: "Evidence of Change in Denial as a Defense Mechanism
1 a·lOr' OCIO ogy Among Families of the Head Injured"
Dissertation: "A Socioeconomic Analysis of Farm Enterprise Diver-
SiYi€¤ii0¤ i¤ K¢¤i¤¢kY" Charles William Briles, High Point, NC
Major: Counseling Psychology
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Dissertation: "Analyzing Repeated Measures Data With an Autocor- Thomas William Bnrnell**, Lincoln, NE
related $¤¤¢¤1f€" Major: Animal Sciences
. . Dissertation: ""I`he Biological Availability of Phosphorus in Selected
{$4;;:; _CShOjg1;; i§Ij;;¢¤f·=1¤~:=i» C¤¤*<<·=ySV·¤<:=» MD rcsdsnns or pigs an one
Dissertation: "Pedogenesis of Soils Derived from Glauconitic/Illitic Thomas Charles Calhonn**, Crysral Springs, MS
Silurian Shales in East-Central Kentucky." Major; Sociology
M h d R B Dissertation: "Theoretical Considerations on the Entrance and Stabiliza-
Mgjciliiggologiigl Sglgglces tion of Male Street Prostitutes"
Dissertation: "Ap_plication of Paleothermometers to the Coal-Bearing Daniel Forrest Cameron, Tulsa, OK
Physilites in the Central Appalachians" Major; Communication
Daniel Elie Bcaunoycr Ft Kem Alberta Dissertation: "Communication and Energy Perspectives: A study of
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Major: Animal Sciences ncrgy Ommumcamrs
Dissertation: "Effects of Monosodium Glutamate Infusion on the Delay Brenda Logan Cappneeio, Kokomo, IN
of Fatigue in Horses Performing at Near Maximal Speed" Major; Spanish
Akbar Bdarian Lexington Dissertation:·"La Poesia de Gloria Fuertes: El Resurgimiento del Modo
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Dissertation: "Electrical and Molecular Studies of Polymcrs"
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Major: Toxicology Major: Geography MKJO
Dissertation: "Artifieial T Cell - B Cell Conjugation: A Unique Ap- Dissertation; ‘Formu1ating Place Preferences in the Context of Changes Disser
proach to Analyze Weak Cell-Cell Interactions" in Migration and Development: A Libyan Example" E
Daniel Ray Catherman**, State College, PA Richard Norman Dalby**, Bradford, England H€l§I
Major: Animal Sciences Major: Pharmaceutical Sciences MMO
Dissertation: "I-lormonal Regulation of In Vitro and In Vivo Amylase Dissertation: "Reducing the Particle Size and Decreasing the Release DiSS€¤
Release by Ovine Pancreatic Tissue" Rate of Drugs Delivered by Metered Dose Inhalers to the I
Respiratory Tract" I
Chunyuen R. Cheng**, Hong Kong
Major: Mechanical Engineering Hana Dannan*, Damascus, Syrian , Tina
Dissertation: "Boundary Element Analysis of Single and Multidomain Mawr: Pharmaceutical Sciences Maw
Problems in Ac0ustics" Dissertation: "Kinetics and Mechanism of Chlorine Exchanges Between Disser
Chloramine-T and Secondary Amines" | I
Donald Rader Chesnut, Jr.,**, London ,
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Dissertation: "Stratigraphic Analysis of the Carboniferous Rocks of Mawr? Animal Sciences Ma-IO
ih€ Central APD¤l¤€hi¤¤ B¤$i¤” Dissertation: "Somatotropin Secretagogue Activity of Arginine and Disser
Ornithine in Growing Ruminants" I
Gil Ho Choi**, Seoul, Korea I
Major: Plant Pathology Veena Shripad Deo, Pune, India
Dissertation: "Biochemical and Molecular Responses of Fusarium Solani Mawr: English IS/Ear}
F. SP, Phaseoli and Fusarium Oxysporum F. SP. Cucumerinum Dissertation; "The Creative Black Women in Toni Morrison’s Novels" ajc
to lsoflavonoids, Including Bean Phytoalexing" DiSS€1
Randall Keith Dew, Alexis, IL <
Constance Ankrom Christian**, Lexington Major: Animal Sciences l
Major: Counsclmg Psychology Dissertation: "The Interaction Between Fescue Toxicosis and Immune 1
Dissertation: "Gender Differences in Social Skill Predictors of Function in Cattle," M
Loneliness: A Lisrel Approach" Mag
Margaret Elizabeth Doutt, Canton, NC ajc
James Edwin Cilek, Flagler Beach, FL Major: Music DiSS€1
Ma-lor: Entomology Dissertation: "The Concertos of Jan Ladislav Dussek (1760-l8l2)" ‘
Dissertation: "l-lorn fly, Haemutobia irritans (L.), Pyrethroid Insec- Gb I
ticide Resistance in Kentucky." James Patrick Dunn, Taylor, MI M 9
Major: Entomology EUC
liamsé Lynne (acm" B'"“‘“gha‘“· AL Dissertation: "The role of host tree condition as the colonization Dlssci
N MOL Emomo ogy behavior of Agrilus bi/ineatus (Weber)"  
Dissertation: "The Effects of Parasitism by Micoplitis Croceip
(Hymenoptera: Braconidae) on Heliothis Virescens (Lepidoptera: Marcia Terry Eisenberg, Bronx, NY · 4
Noctuidae) Neuroendrocine System and Preliminary Investigations Major; Biology yay-
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M"·l°" P$Y°h°*°gY Ahmed Art. 121-Ba1¤r llsoloconslslant Study of the SDh€Tl€al Nuclei and In- P t .
teraction of Two Particles Outside the Closed Shell" Ma lll
Prasad S. Kasibhatla*, Bombay, India * _aJO
Major: Chemical Engineering %ollol liaomail gvladllal · llaq Dlsscl
Dissertation: "Numerical Studies of Sub-Grid Scale Processes with aloll mma clellccs l
Special Emphasis on Discrete Sources" Dissertation: "Effect of Dietary Protein and Slaughter Weight on Beef
Carcass Traits, Muscle Fiber Characteristics and Lysosomal En- Il?/{Cpl
Lee Burton Kats, Hebron, IN Zvme A¢tivi¤i¤S" _al°
Major: Biological Sciences H W d M d H d Dlsscl
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bians with rieiw l ‘ gy S
Dissertation: "Gender and Class I Women’s Collective Protest" Nilsol
Kimberly Sue Kelly**, Greensburg lllll
Major; psychology Pablo Martinez-Arevalo, Cuenca, Ecuador Disset
Dissertation: "Failure to Condition Supression of natural Cell Cytotox- Majolll Spalllsll i
iciry with Mornnino as rho USM Dissertation: "Jorge Enrique Adoum: Ideologia, Estetica e Historia
(1945-1985)" J b 1
Yun Kyung Kim, Seoul, Korea _ NL;
Major: Educational Psychology Zalfi Y€ld3Y M&$h0k3» Jordan l J
Dissertation: "Evaluational Study of Kcntucky’s Pilot Adult Basic Mlllllll Geography Dlsscl
Educational progranp Dissertation: "Determinants of Residential Land Values in Amman, l
Jordan, 1967-l987" B
Hamid Reza Kusha, Lexington __ _ Nfllel
Major; Sociology Viju Kallumpurath Mathews, Bombay, India aio
Dissertation: "Social Justice: From the Islamic World-System to the Mlljoll Malclllllls Sclellcc and Ellglllecllllg Dlsscl
European World Econorny; A Study of Power Lcgirinialronv Dissertation: "Deformation Characteristics of Silicon Single Crystals l
at Elevated Tempcratures" G
Shirley Jo Lange, Columbus, OI-I _ _ Mm?
Major; Counseling psychology José Estevam Da S1lve1ra Matos*, Portugal l al';
Dissertation: "Satisfaction and Commitment in Lesbian & Hcterosex- M"l°l‘ Alllmal Sclcllces Dlssel
ual Rclalionsnlnsr The Roles of poWor_ Nurrurancc, & Trusrv Dissertation: "Epidemiological Studies of Staphylococcus aureus In-   l
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Chia—Yin Lee, Taiwan, R.O.C.  
Major; Animal Sciences Karl Robert Matthews**, Danvers, MA   [pim?
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Dissertation: "Use of DNA Probes to Study Tetracycline Resistance Mllloll Alllmal Sclllllces .
Determinants in Gram-Negative Bacteria from swine.·· Dissmationr "A¤¤¤g¤¤ism by €¤¤s¤i¤s¤—N¢s¤riv¤ Staphyiococci D‘“€‘
Against Staphylococcus Aureus in In Vitro and In Vivo Ex- l
John P. Lew, Melbourne, Australia P°l'lm°nl$·l` G
Major: Animal Sciences Mic;
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Dennis Gilberl Lgwgllgni Spokane, WA Dissertation: "Mechanism of Diffusion of Monosubstituted Benzoic _
Major; Geglggieal Sciences Acids Through Ethylene—Vinyl Acetate Copolymcrs: Application mlgh
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Major: History Major: Psychology
mk Cy, Di$$€Y¥6li0¤¥ "Th¢ Method Recommended in All Books of Sllfgéfyi Dissertation: "Behavi0ral and Neurochemical Effects of Chronic Opiate
H edneyi A Hi$tOYY of tht? M¤¤¤E€m€¤¥ of EmPY€m6” Antagonist Treatment in Senescent Rats"
Catherine McClure*, Nashville, TN Suzanne Marie Neu**, Green Bay, WI
Major: Psychology Major: Veterinary Science
Dissertatinnr "N¢¤r¤psych¤1¤gica1 Functioning in thc Schiz<>type" Dissertation: ‘*A Study ofthe Pathogenesis and Patitoiogie Effects of j
lease by Persistent Infection with Equine Arteritis Virus in Experimental- l
Linda McCoy-Simandle*, Pikeville ly Infected staiiionsv
Major: Educational Psychology
Dissertation: "The Effect of Consultation as a Follow-up to Assess- Ralph Wllllallll NlV€ll**· ljcxlllgloll
j ment on the Achievement of Students in Kindergarten" Maloll Pllallllacellllcal Sclcnces
sors and   Dissertation: "Application of the Isolated Perfused Rat Lung to
i Margot Duysen McCullers, Lexington Evaluate Pharmaceuticals Presented to the Airways."
_ Major: Studies in Higher Education
Dissertation: "An Institutional Productivity Analysis of Biomedical Tl“T°thY Ff¤¤kl}¤ Pllllllpp°*· Lcxlllgloll
Pmdocwml FCHOWSH Major: Counseling Psychology
and In- Dissertation: "Counselor Affiliation and Counselor Effectiveness
Patricia Goldbach McGinty*, Louisville Ratings"
Major: Educational Psychology
Dissertation: "An Investigation of the Effectiveness of Linking Interven- Yllll'Mlllg l?Ollg· Clllllllgll· Talwall
tion to Assessment in Increasing School Readiness Ski1ls" Mal"- Slallstlcs
on Beef Dissertation: "Comparison of Estimators and Significance Test Pro-
maj En_ BF€¤d8 L€€ M€K3Y*, Auburn, ME cedures for the Slope Parameter in the Simple Linear Regression
Major: Psycho