Dissertation Research Assistantship Recipients

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Dissertation Research Assistantships (DRA) are academic awards designed for students who are in the dissertation preparation stage of their graduate education. DRA support is based on the quality and importance of the dissertation research, and they provide between 1-3 semesters (fall, spring, summer) of support.

2020-2021

  • Haitham Ainaqeb - Zoology
  • Dalal Alshammari - Curriculum and Instruction
  • Narges Asefifeyzabadi – Chemistry & Biochemistry
  • Kedar Badu – Political Science
  • Kaleigh Best - Anthropology
  • Ryan Crawford - English
  • Trisha Crawshaw - Sociology
  • Janice Valencia Duarte – Plant Biology
  • Salvador Orozco Gonzalez – Curriculum and Instruction
  • Oksana Grabova – Economics
  • Yingkun Hou - Anthropology
  • Abdulsamad Humaidan - Curriculum and Instruction
  • Abimbola Iyun – Mass Communication and Media Arts
  • Brett Lacey – Criminology & Criminal Justice
  • Nhung Le – School of Medicine, MMICB
  • Hyo-Jeong Lee – Mass Communication and Media Arts
  • Xinlin LI – Chemistry & Biochemistry
  • Micah Miller - Zoology
  • Fiorella Paola Eduardo Palomino – Agricultural Sciences
  • Ali Parizad – Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Sharika Sproling - Rehabilitation Institute
  • Ain Uddin – Chemistry & Biochemistry
  • Anna Wilcoxen – Communication Studies
  • Jason Williams - Geology
  • Chunjie Xia – Engineering Science
  • Musa Yahaya – School of Human Sciences
  • Yutao Yan - Curriculum and Instruction
  • Mark Yasaitis – Rehabilitation Institute