EDGE Ph.D.s

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EDGE Ph.D.s 2017-12-07T20:45:40+00:00

Congratulations to the EDGErs who have received the Ph.D. degree as of December, 2017:

Susan D’Agostino (E98), Dartmouth College, 2003

Rachelle DeCoste (E98), University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, 2004

Farrah Jackson Chandler (E99), North Carolina State University, 2005

Jill Jordan (E99), Bryn Mawr College, 2006

Carla Cotwright (E01), University of Mississippi, 2006; 2012-2013 AMS Congressional Fellow

Irene Moshesh (E99), Howard University, 2006

Kamilla Larripa (E01), University of California, Davis, 2006

Emille Davie (E01), University of Georgia, 2007

Dorea Claassen (E02), Boston University, 2007

Talithia Daniel Williams (E00), Rice University, 2007

Alison Marr (E02), Southern Illinois University, 2007

Heather Hannah (E02), University of Notre Dame, 2007

Jennifer Franko (E01), Indiana University, 2007

Amy Marinello Finkbiner (E02), University of Maryland, 2007

Miriam Freedman (E00), University of Chicago (Chemistry), 2008

Juliana Belding (E03), University of Maryland, 2008

Raegan Higgins (E02), University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2008

Omayra Ortega (E01), University of Iowa, 2008

Sheena Branton (E04), University of Houston, 2008

Tiffany Troutman (E03), University of California, Riverside, 2008

Stacy Hoehn (E04), University of Notre Dame, 2009

Michelle Craddock (E04), University of Mississippi, 2009

Laurel Miller-Sims (E04), University of British Columbia, 2009

Chandra Erdman (E02), Yale University, 2009

Alejandra Alvarado (E02), Arizona State University, 2009

Christine Phelps (E03), University of Delaware (Math Education), 2009

Karoline Pershell (E03), Rice University, 2009

Sarah Bryant (E02), Purdue University, 2009

Monique Taylor (E03), North Carolina State University, 2009

Erin Militzer (E04), University of Kentucky, 2010

Andrea Roberson (E99), Stony Brook (Statistics) , 2010

Christine Berkesch (E04), Ph.D. Purdue, 2010

Ellen Peterson (E06), Ph.D. North Carolina State, 2010

Heather Harrington (E06), Ph.D. Imperial College, London, 2010

Suzanne Galayda (E04), Ph.D. New Mexico State, 2010

Martene Fair (E05), Ph.D. North Carolina State, 2010

Torina Lewis (E08), Ph.D. University of Mississippi, 2010

Carolyn Otto (E06), Rice University, 2011

Amber Sallerson Jackson (E03), University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, 2011

Shelby Wilson (E06), University of Maryland – College Park, 2012

Raquel Lopez (E05), Arizona State University, 2012

Karen McCready (E06), Lehigh University, 2012

Erica Graham (E06), University of Utah, 2012

Sarah Bleiler (E06), University of South Florida, 2012

Carmen Wright (E06), University of Iowa, 2012

Caroline Ramirez-Faghih (E03), University of California, Davis, 2012

Marisa (Belk) Hughes (E05), Cornell University, 2013

Kathleen Ryan (E08), Lehigh University, 2013

Jackie Kaminski (E05), Binghamton University, 2013

Grace Kennedy (E06), University of California, Santa Barbara, 2013

Elizabeth Teeple (E99), University of Washington, 2013

Jamye Curry (E09), University of Mississippi, 2014

Corrine Previte (E09), Colorado State University, 2014

Nakeya Williams (E08), North Carolina State University, 2014

Casey (Gregory) Monday (E08), University of Kentucky, 2014

Priya Prasad (E08), University of Arizona, 2014

Alyssa Armstrong (E09), North Carolina State University, 2014

Sarah Khasawinah (E09), Johns Hopkins University, 2014

Heather Bruch (E11), New Mexico State University, 2014

Deidra A. Coleman (E04), North Carolina State University, 2015

Karamatou Djima (E08), University of Maryland, 2015

Amy Buchmann (E10), University of Notre Dame, 2015

Melissa Ngamini (E09), North Carolina State University, 2015

Molly Moran (E09), University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 2015

Arielle Leitner (E09), University of California, Santa Barbara, 2015

Anisah Nu’man (E09), University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 2015

Nicole Kingsley (E09), Iowa State University, 2015

Nadia Monrose Mills (E01), North Carolina State University, 2015

Elisa Sheng (E09), University of Washington, 2015

Naomi Utgoff (E03), University of Maryland (Economics), 2016

Leah Karker (E10), Wesleyan University, 2016

Lise Chlebak (E11), Tufts University, 2016

Meghan Galiardi (E11), University of Illinois, 2016

Amy Veprauskas (E10), University of Arizona, 2016

Ziva Myer (E11), Bryn Mawr College, 2017

Kendra Pleasant (E12), Howard University, 2017

Mary Ambrosino (E12), North Carolina State University, 2017

Jess Fuller (E12), Emory University, 2017

Biji Wong (E06), Brandeis University, 2017

Yen Duong (E10), University of Illinois, 2017

Cara Mullen (E10), University of Illinois, 2017

Karen Wood (E11), University of California, Irvine, 2017