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Thesis and Dissertation Office - Workshops


ATTENTION: New, simpler format rules have been approved for 2016.

The Format Guide web page has details.


Thesis Format Workshop

March 1, 2016

2 - 3 p.m.

University Telecommunications (UTC), Room 203

Sponsored by Graduate Studies Resource Center -- students from all disciplines are welcome. Program includes: PowerPoint slideshow about electronic submission and new 2016 format rules; Review of online research techniques and database tips; Question and answer session with thesis evaluator and research librarian.


Attention Engineering Students!

Vivian Reed, the thesis evaluator, will be attending two of the Master Thesis/Project Writing Workshops sponsored by the College of Engineering Writing and Communication Resource Center. She is ready to answer any questions you have about the new 2016 format rules, submission deadlines and the submission process.

Location: ECS-312

Dates: February 8, 2016; March 8, 2016

Time: 4 p.m.


The Library-sponsored Research & Writing Workshops calendar provides the most up-to-date listings for workshops  on citation software and graduate workshops. 

Department or college specific seminars can be set up by departmental graduate advisors or committee chairs in cooperation with the Thesis and Dissertation Office. Format seminars for manuscript preparation can be scheduled between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Check with your departmental graduate advisor or committee chair for date, time, and location. If no seminar has been scheduled, or if a time conflict occurs, please contact the Thesis and Dissertation Office for assistance or questions concerning the preparation of your thesis, project report or dissertation.


Interested in a drop-in workshop with one-to-one help with formatting and creating a PDF? Call or email the Thesis Office to let us know. If there's enough interest, we'll schedule some.