I. Martin (Irving) Isaacs

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Ph.D. Harvard University 1964 UnitedStates
Dissertation: Finite p-Solvable Linear Groups
Mathematics Subject Classification: 20—Group theory and generalizations

Advisor: Richard Dagobert Brauer

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Benjamin, DianeUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1997
Broline, DuaneUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1974
Cossey, JamesUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison2005
Doree, SuzanneUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1996
Durfee, ChristinaUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison2012
Gagola, Jr., StephenUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison19744
Garrison, III, SidneyUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1973
Gunter, ElsaUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison19873
Hamblin, JamesUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison2002
Hendrickson, AndersUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison2008
Jensen, SaraUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison2014
Lewis, MarkUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison19958
Lo, DarrenUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison2005
Marshall, MaryUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1993
McKean, RobertUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1973
McQuistan, MichaelUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison2005
Newton, BenjaminUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison2006
Otto, BenjaminUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison2009
Parks, AlanUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1982
Potter, WalterUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1974
Price, DavidThe University of Chicago1971
Riedl, JefferyUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1998
Shahriari, ShahriarUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1986
Slattery, MichaelUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1983
Soares, ElianaUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1983
Williams, JohnUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1992
Wolf, ThomasUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison19774
Yuster, ThomasUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1979

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