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VA is graduate thesis adviser this summer at SCI-Arc, Southern California Institute of Architecture in Los Angeles
Broussard and his graduate thesis adviser, Mostofa Sarwar, unraveled the history of the formation of the Green Knoll salt dome, which started developing 94 million years ago.
All my referees came from Statistics but they are unknown and do not publish in international journals. These are all strong recommendations because I've worked with them in at least one research paper. One referee was my graduate thesis adviser.
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"Walters is a rather creative guy, and he is very thoughtful," said Dr. Eric R. Kandel of the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York, one of the nation's leading neurobiologists, who had been Dr. Walters's graduate thesis adviser. "But some of the things he does are a little bit further out than others, and this is one of them." I was introduced to ASTM by my graduate thesis adviser, professor Bob Odette, at the University of California in Santa Barbara. My first involvement was presenting a paper at the 11th Symposium on the Effects of Radiation on Materials in Scottsdale, Ariz., in 1982, with the paper being published in ASTM STP 782 later that year. Mr. Thangavelu conducts the Graduate Space Exploration Architecture Concept Synthesis Studio in the Department of Astronautical Engineering within the Viterbi School of Engineering at the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles. He is also a graduate thesis adviser in the USC School of Architecture and teaches the seminar in Extreme Environment Design.level, the committee found evidence of graduate students identifying their own intellectual roots or heritage with the laboratory supported by their graduate thesis adviser or the professor who organizes a laboratory.Mr. Yanosky holds a bachelor’s degree in biology, a Master's of Science degree in research methodology, and a PhD in sciences with graduate studies in different areas of ecology and specializations in management and administration. He is a category III CONACYT researcher. Mr. Yanosky has more than 28 years of professional experience and extensive teaching and consulting experience. He has been an undergraduate and graduate thesis adviser both in his country and abroad. He is a specialist in nature conservation with a focus on biodiversity, population ecology, communities and methodology in regional ecology, and ecological and hydrological systems (wetlands), as well as environmental guidelines and sustainability standards for a variety of human activities. Mr. Yanosky has provided support for strengthening a number of civil society organizations, including the creation of several of them. He works closely with a number of governments, mainly on issues connected to natural resources. Over the course of his career, he has been involved in professional events in a number of countries in South America—mainly MERCOSUR—and elsewhere. Mr. Yanosky is currently the executive director of Guyra Paraguay and a member of the boards of directors of a number of different domestic and international organizations. He works as an international consultant for multilateral organizations and has provided professional support to international private-sector institutions. He has published more than 100 articles in scientific journals and written a number of books, chapters, and texts. His track record and conservation work in Paraguay have been recognized by a number of mass media outlets domestically and internationally, allowing Paraguay to stand out internationally. Mr. Yanosky is an Argentine citizen who has lived in Paraguay since 1994. He is the recipient of the National Geographic/Buffett Award for Leadership in Latin American and Caribbean Conservation; an honorary member of BirdLife Internacional; and recipient of the Knight Commander Order of Merit (Orden al Mérito en el Grado de Comendador) from the Government of Paraguay.