Steven F. McLaughlin:
M. S. 1978 (Univ. of Wyoming), "Development of and Observations with the Wyoming Optical Photometer"

Jeffrey A. Brown:
Ph. D. 1986, "Carbon and Nitrogen Abundances Along the Evolutionary Sequence of M67"

Kalpana Krishnaswamy Gilroy:
Ph. D. 1988, "Carbon Isotope Ratios and Lithium Abundances in Open Cluster Giants"

Niall I. Gaffney:
M. A. 1991, "A 2.18 to 2.28 Micron Study of the Stellar Population in the Nucleus of M82"
Ph. D. 1995, "Near Infrared Measurements of Kinematics in Infrared Bright Galaxies" (co-advisor with Daniel Lester)

Kimberley A. Venn:
Ph. D. 1994, "The Chemical Abundances of Population I, A-Type Supergiants"

Daniel D. Hiltgen:
Ph. D. 1996, "Lithium in Evolved Stars"

Gregory. W. Doppmann:
M. A. 1997, "COOLSPEC: The Development of an IR Spectrograph for the McDonald Observatory 2.7m Telescope"

G. Roger Stanley:
M. A. 1998, "Exploration of the Lithium-Star-Planet Connection in Solar-Type Systems"

C. Renee (Beveridge) James:
M. A. 1993, "The Chemical Compositions of Two Metal-Poor but Nitrogen-Rich Field Dwarf Stars"
Ph. D. 2000, "Chemical and Kinematic Populations in the Galactic Halo"

Inese I. Ivans:
M. A. 1998, "The Chemical Composition of Globular Cluster M4 (NGC 6121)"
Ph. D. 2002, "Chemical Abundances and Kinematics of Low-Metallicity Stars as Tracers of Early Galactic Formation, Evolution, and Mergers"

Diane B. Paulson:
Ph. D. 2003 (co-advisor with William D. Cochran), "Searching for Planets in the Hyades"

Jennifer A. Simmerer:
Ph. D. 2006, "A Chemical Abundance Analysis of Stars Believed to be Metal-Poor Members of the Galactic Stellar Thick Disk"

Jennifer S. Sobeck:
Ph. D. 2007, Physics (co-advisor with Roger D. Bengston), "`An Atomic Physics Viewpoint of Stellar Abundance Analysis"

Jacob L. Bean:
Ph. D. 2007 (co-advisor with G. Fritz Benedict), "M Dwarf Metallicities and Planets"

Ian U. Roederer:
M. A. 2007, ``Isotopic Fractions of Europium, Barium, and Samarium in Metal-Poor Stars''; Ph. D. 2010, ``From Heavy Atoms to the Outer Galaxy: Characterizing the Chemistry of the Milky Way Halo''

BiQing For:
M. A. 2008, ``Abundances in Alpha-Poor Stars''; Ph. D. 2011, ``Probing Stellar Evolution through Spectroscopy of Horizontal Branch Stars''

Julie A. Hollek:
M. A. 2010, ``Hobby-Eberly Telescope Chemical Abundances of Stars in the Halo (CASH) Project -- Spectroscopic Analyses of the First 80 Stars''; Ph. D. 2014, ``The Chemical Abundances of Stars in the Halo (CASH) Project''