Ph.D. Students

Lori Clark, M.S., Stony Brook University, Marine Environmental Science;
Nicole Diamante, M.S., Stony Brook University, Technology, Policy and Innovation: STEM education, STEM workforce, mentor relationships, higher education, organizational learning, institutional research
Oluwakayode C.V. Ekwunife-Orakwue, M.B.A., Stony Brook University, Technology, Policy and Innovation; Distance Learning, Online and Blended Learning, STEM Education, Modeling in Computer Mediated Communication
Hyoung Ryul Ma, M.B.A, University of Yonsei, Korea; Public R&D funding, Funding decision-making, Measuring public R&D outcome and national innovation
Ahmad Pratama, M.I.T., Caulfield School of Information Technology, Australia; Computer and Wireless Networks, Mobile Security and Forensics, Mobile Computing and Applications, Mobile Learning and Educational Technology
Duo Shang, B.S., Peking University, Computer Science; Research Interest in Energy, Distributed Energy Resources (DER) under Smart Grid paradigm, Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV) and EVs. Stochastic optimization and simulation
Kim K. Smith, M.A., City College of New York; Remote Sensing of the Environment, Water Resources - Impacts to Groundwater, Nuclear Energy Policy and Climate
Thurlough Martin Smyth, MPA, Columbia University School of International & Public Affairs; Climate change, geospatial modeling, nuclear proliferation, international security
Tatiana Tchoubar, M. Ed., Sorbonne Nouvelle University, Distance Learning Engineering; Information Science, Knowledge Management, Visual Computing, Online Learning, Educational Technology
Xin Yue, M.A., Renmin University of China, Environmental Economics; Government roles in technology innovation process, organizational behavior in R&D activities, energy and environmental policy implementation