The summer semester deadline for submitting theses and dissertations to the Graduate School is 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 10. Electronic theses, dissertations, and reports (ETDRs) must be submitted as PDFs through the K-REx repository. Use the following resources to finish up this week:
- Attend a walk-in ETDR help session 1-5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 10, in the Dickens 1 computing lab (located east of Hale Library). The lab has 32 Windows computers.
- Send an ETDR Request Form to get help via email on formatting issues, PDF conversion, K-REx, and so on. Attach thesis/dissertation files by using the “paperclip” icon (near the Submit button or at top). Requests are answered within 24 hours during the deadline week.
- Use the ETDR Review Checklist to catch 99% of errors that cause ETDR rejection by the Graduate School.
NOTE: No more word limit for abstracts! The Graduate School removed the abstract word limit in spring this year; see “Required Sections” in the ETDR Guidelines. Other ETDR documents are in the process of being updated.
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