Please provide as much information as you can about the dissertation or thesis you desire when making your request.
You can search the OSU Catalog for dissertations by: Using the catalog's Advanced Search, you can limit to both online and print theses.
See our Theses/Dissertations Mini-Catalog for a search pre-limited to online/print theses.
The same publication criteria do not pertain and these are not deposited in the library.
Theses/dissertations with an (ARC) as part of the call number are located in the UWM Libraries Archives area, 2nd floor, west wing and do not circulate; those in microfiche only are listed as (MC), do not circulate, and should be requested from the Media and Reserve Library Service Desk (lower level, west wing).
For more search options, use the Dissertations & Theses database.
Master's theses and doctoral dissertations owned by the UWM Libraries are listed in [email protected], by author, title, and subject.Online (UWM Users Only): UWM faculty, students, and staff have access to available online full text of UWM doctoral dissertations (1997-current) via Dissertations & Theses @ University of Wisconsin Milwaukee.Online (Unrestricted): We are also starting to publish electronic copies of dissertations online at the UWM Digital Commons site, where you will find materials from 2012 to the present.A "Browse schools" link will appear next to the search box to assist you with school names.You may also search departments, subjects, author, abstract, title, and more.Most dissertations after 1954 for OSU students are now available full text.Other Websites with Dissertations & Theses include: OSU students, faculty and staff may request copies of dissertations & theses which are not available either electronically or in print from the OSU Libraries, Ohio LINK, or the any of the sites listed on the OSU Libraries Research Databases: Dissertations and Theses page from Interlibrary Services.Theses and dissertations done at UWM, and in the libraries' collection, are classified by a department (given a base call number) and then arranged, generally, by the author's last name.While theses and dissertations are currently required by the Graduate School to be deposited in the library, there are potentially titles, particularly from earlier years, that are not owned by the library, or the copy is no longer available; lack of a thesis/dissertation in the library does not mean the person did not complete a degree.Guided by the goal of having a transformative impact on education research, policy, and practice, you will focus on independent research in various domains, including human development, learning and teaching, policy analysis and evaluation, institutions and society, and instructional practice.You will assume roles as university faculty, researchers, senior-level education leaders, and policymakers.