USF Computer Science and Engineering student, Al Bassam Bader's thesis, Enforcing Security Policies On GPU Computing Through The Use Of Aspect-Oriented Programming Techniques, was recognized as being among ProQuest's 25 Most Accessed Dissertations and Thesis for the month of July. Al Bassam was advised by Professor Jay Ligatti.
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The Office of Graduate Studies would like to congratulate Jocelyn Camacho on her thesis, The Tattoo: A Mark of Subversion, Deviance, or Mainstream Self-Expression?, which was recognized as being among ProQuest 25 Most-Accessed Dissertations and Theses during November 2017. This thesis was one of the most-accessed of 2.1 million full-text graduate works across all subject areas, based on total PDF downloads in the ProQuest® Dissertations & Theses Global ™ database.