Visit the Academic Deadlines section to see the Graduate School's deadlines for thesis and dissertation submission. These deadlines indicate the date by which your academically complete document must be submitted to the system. An academically complete document is one to which all examining committee-ordered revisions have been made. As long as your academically complete document is submitted by the deadline even without correct Graduate School formatting , it is considered to have met the deadline. Any formatting changes requested by the Office of the Registrar can be made after the ETD editors evaluate your document during the submission process. The guide also the ETD submission process and includes a section on formatting the document with Microsoft Word.
MS Thesis and PhD Dissertation Final Defense Announcements | Office of Graduate Studies
As a current Master's or Ph. Appointments fill quickly, so please reserve an appointment time early. When submitting a thesis or dissertation, you must meet with the thesis and dissertation coordinator three times. Once for format review, once for format approval, and once to submit your approved, printed copies for binding.
In the public lecture or presentation, the candidate is expected to share the results of his or her dissertation research with the dissertation committee and audience. This presentation may vary in length depending on the circumstances and discipline. At the end of this public presentation, members of the dissertation committee, as well as members of the audience are encouraged to direct questions to the candidate pertaining to the research.
Three-Minute Thesis 3MT competition. This study produced by Christian Powell undergraduate senior in Chemistry and first author on this paper provides phylogenetic evidence based on amino acid sequence comparisons for a novel potential type of crosslink in vertebrate sperm protamines involving cysteine-tyrosine and tyrosine-tyrosine crosslinks. Our studies extend htFCS for the characterization of cell-derived vesicles CDV and for use as a high throughput screening assay of surface receptor composition on extracellular vesicles such as exosomes.