Trinity College of Arts & Sciences at Duke University Program II

TECHNOLOGY, INFORMATION SCIENCE, & COMPUTERS
Grad Year
                                  Title
Advisor/s
 
1971
Theoretical Foundations of Modern Applied Mathematics Henson & C. Ward 
 
1972
Theoretical Physics, Math Analysis, Symbolic Logic Meyer
 
1973
An Intensive Study in Pure Mathematics Hodel, R.
 
1981
Technological Assessment, Public Policy, & Social Choice  
 
1981
Design & Technology  
 
1983
Music & Computers Jaffe, S.
 
1985
Artificial Intelligence Biermann, A.
 
1985
Technology & Humanity English, P. & D. Fluke
 
1986
Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing Marinos, P.
 
1986
Television Production: Synthesis of Creativity & Technology DiBona, J.
 
1996
Science, Ethics, & Pol Making of Genetic Technology Gillham, N.
 
1997
History, Evolution, & Technology O'Rand, A.
 
1998
Biotechnology in its Commercial & Social Context Gillham, N.
 
2000
Biomechanics Churchill, S.
 
2000
Electronic Technologies, Art, & Cultural Transformations Stiles, K.
 
2002
Networked Communication & Information Security Vahdat, A.
 
2003
The Ethics of Genetics & Science Technology Mauskopf, S.
 
2003
Information Science Astrachan, O.
 
2003
Genethics: Biotechnology in Its Social Contexts Gilham, N.
 
2005
Bioinformatics Wray, G.
 
2005
Quantitative Foundations for Health Policy Decision-Making Stangl, D.
 
2006
Computational Chemistry Simon, J.
 
2007
Complexity of the Brain Greenside, H.
 
2007
Decisions in Biotechnology Grunwald, R.