Warren Hirsch
:On the maximum cumulative sum of independent random variables
New York University,
Ph.D.
1952

Cyrus Derman
:Some contributions to Markovchain theory
Columbia University,
Ph.D.
1954

Rafael Van Severen Chacon
:Some theorems on continuousparameter Markov chains
Syracuse University,
Ph.D.
1956

William Edwin Pruitt
:Bilateral birth and death processes
Stanford University,
Ph.D.
1960

Norman Jay Pullman
:On the number of positive entries in the powers of a nonnegative matrix
Syracuse University,
Ph.D.
1962

Naresh Chandra Jain
:Some limit theorems for a general Markov process
Stanford University,
Ph.D.
1965

Arthur Orr Pittenger
:Boundary decomposition of Markov processes
Stanford University,
Ph.D.
1967

Robert Thomas Smythe
:Local time at boundary atoms of a Markov chain
Stanford University,
Ph.D.
1969

Michael Warner Chamberlain
:Markov chains and boundary conditions
Stanford University,
Ph.D.
1971

Christopher Harry Nevison
:Some potentials of Markov processes without duality
Stanford University,
Ph.D.
1974

John Michael Steele
:Combinatorial entropy and uniform limit laws
Stanford University,
Ph.D.
1975

Ruth Jeannette Williams
:Brownian motion in a wedge with oblique reflection at the boundary
Stanford University,
Ph.D.
1983

Elton Pei Hsu
:Reflecting Brownian motion, boundary local time and the Neumann problem
Stanford University,
Ph.D.
1984

Ming Liao
:Riesz representation and duality of Markov processes
Stanford University,
Ph.D.
1985

VassilisGeorge Papanicolaou
:The probabilistic solution of the third boundaryvalue problem for the Schrödinger equation and its pathintegral representation
Stanford University,
Ph.D.
1988
