New Graduate Student Dissertations, Theses, and Reports Available in Digital Commons

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The Graduate School is proud to announce the publication of 55 new dissertations, theses, and reports in Digital Commons @ Michigan Tech, the University’s institutional repository. These works represent the culmination of scholarly research for 23 Ph.D. students, 32 master’s students and 61 faculty advisors. We hope you take time to explore the exceptional work of Michigan Tech’s newest scholars.

Michigan Tech alums will join the more than 5.5 million dissertations available on Web of Science — the streamlined platform newly integrating research from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Global. This promises to make searching and discovering emerging trends in research more accessible, providing a deeper pool of relevant research across disciplines. The Michigan Tech community has access to the Web of Science through the Van Pelt and Opie Library.

The next round of graduate students are actively preparing their own publications. Access to the recent Submission 101 seminar recording is now available to guide candidates through the submission process — from planning their defense to submitting their final document.

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