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The Dissertation/Thesis Research Process: Guide's Purpose

This guide is designed for both new and current graduate students developing their thesis or dissertation. The purpose of this guide is to help students 1.prepare, 2.conduct and 3.complete their thesis/dissertation process successfully.
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Purpose

This guide is designed for both faculty advisors and graduate students working on a thesis or dissertation.

The guide summarizes tips presented at the 11/11/20  Level Up Dissertations and Theses zoom session and in COS/CHST graduate infoguides..

The purpose of this guide is to help students 1.prepare, 2.conduct and 3.complete their thesis/dissertation process successfully.

Recommendations and tips are provided by those who have completed their dissertations and theses.  

Bookmark this guide as additional information and tips will continually be added during the school year.

The following tabs in the guide will direct you to library services, tools and resources that will help your research preparation, conduct and completion process.

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