• 30 • Doctoral Degrees Following is a list of individuals granted doctoral degrees in Spring 2018.* Supervisory Committee chairpersons are denoted in parentheses DOCTOR OF AUDIOLOGY Grace W Chang. (Prof. Julie A. Bierer) Anne Duchen. (Prof. Julie A. Bierer) Adrienne Elizabeth Grey. (Prof. Julie A. Bierer) Anne Elizabeth Harvey. (Prof. Julie A. Bierer) Casey Heidohrn. (Prof. Julie A. Bierer) Joanne Huang. (Prof. Julie A. Bierer) Claire Eileen Mayer-Jordan. (Prof. Julie A. Bierer) Lauren M Langley. (Prof. Julie A. Bierer) Mariana McIlwain. (Prof. Julie A. Bierer) Samuel G Osborne. (Prof. Julie A. Bierer) Nicholas D Ottley. (Prof. Julie A. Bierer) Janice Vong. (Prof. Julie A. Bierer) DOCTOR OF EDUCATION Kelly Young Aramaki, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. (Prof. Ann Ishimaru) Megan E Bale, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. (Prof. Meredith Honig) Robert J Baumgartner, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. Dissertation: Next Steps for Central Office Improvement -Operationalizing Transformation. (Prof. Ann Ishimaru) Kristina M Bellamy, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. (Prof. Meredith Honig) Shelley Shanks Boten, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. Dissertation: From Punishment to Prevention: Development Systems of Support in Everett Public Schools. (Prof. Anthony Craig) Maria E Breuder, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. Dissertation: Racial Equity in Highly Capable Programs. (Prof. Anthony Craig) Marni A Campbell, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. (Prof. Anthony Craig) Rebecca L Clifford, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. Dissertation: Transforming Organizations: Leveraging Leadership Tools to Optimize Student and Adult Learning for Equitable Outcomes. (Prof. Anthony Craig) Ken D Collins, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. (Prof. Meredith Honig) Allison N Deno, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. Dissertation: Fresh Perspectives - Growing Equity Focused Novice Leaders. (Prof. Meredith Honig) Michael Scott Harrison, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. (Prof. Meredith Honig) Brian Paul Hart, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. (Prof. Meredith Honig) Shannon M Hitch, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. Dissertation: Leading from the Middle: Utilizing Implementation Science to Create Systemic Change. (Prof. Anthony Craig) Justin Ray Irish, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. Dissertation: Countering the White Narrative: Co-Designing With Students, Families and Community. (Prof. Anthony Craig) Scott Irwin, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. (Prof. Ann Ishimaru) Helen Joung, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. Dissertation: Instructional Leadership Capacity Building Through Principal Learning Networks. (Prof. Meredith Honig) Kimberly Diane Kinzer, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. Dissertation: Leading for Equitable Systems: Principals Leading Their Own Learning. (Prof. Meredith Honig) Steven Philip Leifsen, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. Dissertation: Constructing Networks of Principal Support: A Multi- System Conversation About Building and Maintaining Building Leaders to Improve Student Learning. (Prof. Ann Ishimaru) Amber T McCulloch, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. Dissertation: Advancing Equity in Elementary Science Education. (Prof. Anthony Craig) Rodrick Kevin Merrell, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. Dissertation: Get Up Stand Up: Student Voice in the School Improvement Process. (Prof. Meredith Honig) Peter M Misner, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. Dissertation: Desire-Centered Data System Design for School Improvement & Central Office Transformation. (Prof. Ann Ishimaru) Randy Nunez, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. (Prof. Ann Ishimaru) Sandra Carol Powell, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. (Prof. Ann Ishimaru) Sarah J Pritchett, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. (Prof. Meredith Honig) Luisa Francine Sanchez-Nilsen, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. Dissertation: Student and Community Conversations: Co-Design/ Participatory Design. (Prof. Ann Ishimaru) Keisha D Scarlett, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. (Prof. Ann Ishimaru) Scott Powell Seaman, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. (Prof. Meredith Honig) Melissa L Spencer, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. Dissertation: Systemic Leadership for High-Quality Teaching and Learning. (Prof. Ann Ishimaru) Charlotte Michele Stingley, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. Dissertation: Leading Without Limits: Addressing Systemic Disparities of Women in Leadership. (Prof. Ann Ishimaru) Mia T M Williams, Educational Leadership & Policy Std. (Prof. Anthony Craig) DOCTOR OF MUSICAL ARTS Kevin Baldwin, Composition. Dissertation: Unearthing. (Prof. Joel-Francois Durand) Elizabeth K MacIsaac, Choral Conducting. Dissertation: A Rich Musical Legacy from Québec: Baroque Motets of the Ursuline and Hôtel-Dieu Monasteries of New France. (Prof. Giselle E. Wyers) Daniel A Webbon, Composition. Dissertation: That Is to Say - for Orchestra. (Prof. Huck Hodge) DOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICE Tracy L Stearns-Church, Adult-Gero Primary Care Np. (Profs. Hilaire Thompson & Elizabeth Bridges) DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Blythe Jane Sharp Adamson, Pharmaceutical Sciences. Dissertation: Mathematical Models to Evaluate the Clinical and Economic Impact of Biomedical HIV Prevention Strategies in the United States. (Prof. Louis P. Garrison) Matthew Adeiza, Communication. Dissertation: Mobile First: Digital Media and Presidential Campaigning in Sub-Saharan Africa. (Profs. Philip Edward Howard & Matthew J. Powe) David Agoada, Anthropology. Dissertation: The Pes Planus Foot Type and Its Evolutionary Significance: The Use of Radiographic Measurements of the Talus and Calcaneus in the Interpretation of Hominin Pedal Remains. (Prof. Patricia Kramer) Oscar Aguirre Mandujano, Near & Middle Eastern Studies. Dissertation: Poetics of Empire: Literature and Political Culture at the Early Modern Ottoman Court. (Prof. Selim Sirri Kuru) Adrian K Andelin, Psychology. Dissertation: Anatomical and Functional Visual System Development in Animal Models. (Prof. Jaime F. Olavarria) Natalie Mary Badgett, Education: Special Education. Dissertation: Trial Based Functional Analysis in Classroom Settings: An Evaluation of Effectiveness and Exploration of Implications for Implementation. (Prof. Ilene Sharon Schwartz) Justin D Baeder, Education: Educ Leadershp & Policy St. Dissertation: Managing the Work of Leadership: An Activity Theory Perspective. (Prof. Bradley S. Portin) Clayton Leroy II Barnes, Mathematics. Dissertation: A Hydrodynamic Limit of Interacting Brownian Particles Using Skorohod Maps. (Prof. Krzysztof Burdzy) Ximena Barros Alvarez, Biochemistry. Dissertation: Aminoacyl-tRNa Synthetases as Targets for Structure Guided Drug Design (SGDD) Against Pathogenic Protozoa and Bacteria. (Prof. Wilhelmus G.j. Hol) Hilary Bethancourt, Anthropology: Biological. Dissertation: The Health Implications of Periodic Dietary Restrictions on Animal Products Among Orthodox Christians in the United States. (Prof. Kathleen A. O’Connor) Erin M Bird, Education: Curriculum & Instruction. Dissertation: The Mediational Role of Teacher Discourse in Students’ Opportunities to Learn and Become Academic Writers. (Prof. Heather Hebard) Andrew R Bogaard, Physiology & Biophysics. Dissertation: Direct Recordings from Macaque Sensorimotor Cortex for Translation of Electrical Cortical Stimulation. (Prof. Eberhard Fetz) Carol Bogezi, Environmental And Forest Sciences. Dissertation: Interactions Between People and Carnivores in Washington State. (Prof. John M. Marzluff) Chris M Brewer, Pathology. Dissertation: An Evolutionary Approach to Solving Adult Mammalian Scar Wound Repair. (Prof. Mark W. Majesky) Landon K Burgener, Earth And Space Sciences. Dissertation: A Window into Terrestrial Paleoclimate: Soil Carbonate Formation Processes and Proxy Applications. (Prof. Katharine W. Huntington) James C Cameron, Mathematics. Dissertation: The Duflot Filtration for Equivariant Cohomology Rings. (Profs. John Palmieri & Julia Pevtsova) Raedell L Cannie, Education: Curriculum & Instruction. Dissertation: Daring to Differ: A Culturally Responsive Research Study of Self. (Prof. Geneva Gay) Kaitlyn M Casimo, Neuroscience. Dissertation: Spontaneous and Task-Related Changes in Resting State Connectivity. (Prof. Jeffrey G. Ojemann) Jerome Cattin, Biochemistry. Dissertation: The Conserved Coiled-Coil Protein CCCP1 and the Endosomal Complex EARP Regulate Dense-Core Vesicle Cargo Sorting. (Prof. Michael Ailion) Tareewan Chaiboonruang, Nursing. Dissertation: Contraceptive Knowledge and Contraceptive Self-Efficacy of Thai Adolescent Mothers. (Prof. Karen G. Schepp) Yifan Chang, Mathematics. Dissertation: Two Inverse Problems Arising in Medical Imaging. (Prof. Gunther A. Uhlmann) Yu-Chi Chang, Environmental Health:envirn Toxicology. Dissertation: Developmental Exposure to Diesel Exhaust Causes Autism- Like Behavioral, Molecular, and Cortical Structural Alterations. (Prof. Lucio Guido Costa) Alenka Chapron, Pharmaceutics. Dissertation: Development and Characterization of Vascularized Proximal Tubule Microphysiological System as a Novel in Vitro Model for Renal Tubular Drug Secretion. (Prof. Danny D. Shen) Chia-Fang Chung, Human Centered Design And Engineering. Dissertation: Using Personal Informatics Data in Collaboration With People With Different Expertise. (Prof. Sean A. Munson) Quin’Nita Cobbins, History. Dissertation: Black Emeralds: African American Women’s Political Activism and Leadership in Seattle, 1940- 2000. (Prof. Quintard Taylor) Scott S Coggeshall, Pub Hlth: Biostatistics. Dissertation: Methods for Causal Inference in Randomized Trials With Multiple Versions of Control and Non-Compliance, With an Application to Behavioral Intervention Trials. (Prof. Xiao-Hua Andrew Zhou) Carolyn Joanne Colley, Education: Curriculum & Instruction. Dissertation: How Responsive Coaching Mediates Elementary Teachers’ Enactments of Responsive Teaching Practices. (Prof. Mark A. Windschitl) Lauri Ann Conner, Education: Curriculum & Instruction. Dissertation: The Space Between: How an English Department Supports a School’s Diversity Mission. (Prof. Geneva Gay) Jesus E Contreras Ocana, Electrical Engineering. Dissertation: Distributed Energy Resources as Power Grid Service Providers. (Profs. Miguel A. Ortega Vazquez & Baosen Zhang) Matthew J Cook, Biochemistry. Dissertation: Structure and Mechanism of SspH1: A Novel Prokaryotic Ubiquitin Ligase Secreted by Salmonella That Hijacks Eukaryotic Host Ubiquitin Signalling Pathways. (Prof. Peter S. Brzovic) Andy Coons, Education: Educ Leadershp & Policy St. Dissertation: Funding its own organizational Learning: The Impact of National Education Association Grants in s upporting Affiliate Change Efforts. (Prof. Margaret L. Plecki) Makayla L Cordoza, Nursing. Dissertation: Understanding Metabolism in Patients Undergoing Targeted Temperature Management at 36°C After Cardiac Arrest, the Impact of Shivering and Ability to Maintain Goal Temperature. (Prof. Hilaire Thompson) Kristen Elizabeth Cosselman, Environmental Health:envirn Toxicology. Dissertation: Mechanisms and Markers of the Cardiovascular Response to Traffic-Related Air Pollution in Humans. (Prof. Joel D. Kaufman) * This is a preliminary list. Some students will not have completed their degree requirements in June as planned.