It is not intended to replace guidance and requirements provided by your advisor, the College of Graduate Studies, or the Burnett Honors College. The Honors in the Major program began in 1989 and the first Honors Thesis, Each year, both the College of Graduate Studies and the Burnett Honors College recognize outstanding research done by their students.
To find the info you need, simply select the appropriate tab from the menu on the left. The first dissertation, titled "An Associative Backend Machine for Data Base Management," was defended in November, 1980, and it was a Ph. College of Graduate Studies Awards Burnett Honors College Honors in the Major Thesis Awards The University of Central Florida Libraries invites you to join an exciting project to extend the reach of UCF’s graduate research publications.
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While today’s theses and dissertations are published electronically to provide researchers and fellow students with ready access to scholarly materials, many works submitted at UCF before 2004 are only available as print copies on our libraries’ shelves. With the assistance of UCF thesis and dissertation authors like you, we can begin to transform our print collection of UCF graduate student authored theses and dissertations into a digital collection with unlimited worldwide access. We are not asking for any donations related to this project, we just want your permission to reproduce and display your work online.
If you published a thesis or dissertation prior to Fall of 2004, please consider allowing us to add your work to the growing digital collection of UCF graduate student publications. All work will be performed by the staff of University of Central Florida Libraries. Simply provide the UCF Libraries with a nonexclusive right to reproduce and post your thesis or dissertation by following the instructions for the Internet Distribution Consent Agreement. Please feel free to contact us at [email protected] more information., Jacquelyn Deleau PDF Factors and Characteristics of Alumni Role Identity: Implications for Practice in Higher Education Fundraising and Alumni Relations, Jay Le Roux Dillon PDF The Role of Self-Determination and Co-Construction to Support Meaningful Student Participation in an Individualized Education Program Meeting in High School, Trudy Ruth Gross PDF Perceptions and Practices of Administrators and Teachers in Jesuit Secondary Schools in the Hazaribag Province of India Regarding Ideal Ignatian Educators, Vincent Hansdak PDF There is a Monster in my House, Cultura Cura Uncovering 11 Milliones de Sueños: Understanding the Emotional and Psychological Experiences of Undocumented and Mixed-Status Youth and Finding Healing Spaces, Belinda Marie Hernandez-Arriaga PDF Teaching the U. Civil Rights Movement and its Legacy through Critical Pedagogy in a Taiwanese High School, Ming-Kuo Hung PDF Culture Teaching and Learning in an Advanced Placement Chinese Course, Yu-Han Lin PDF Exploring Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) and Listening Strategy Instruction in A Chinese L2 Classroom, Yue Li PDF More Than a Silhouette: African American Women’s Graduate Student Experience, Bridget Holly Love PDF Community Members' Perspectives on the Thurgood Marshall Academic High School Riot: A Case Study of the Effects of Embedded Law Enforcement in High School, Kim-Shree Maufas PDF A Phenomenological Study of Lesbian and Gay People in Leadership Roles: How Perspectives and Priorities Shift in the Workplace as Sexual Orientation Evolves Through Social Constructs, Justin Moore PDF Papelitos: The Visual Testimonios of Undocumented College Students, Olivia Munoz PDF Investigating the Extent of Collaboration Between Jesuit Administrators and non-Jesuit Faculty and Staff in Jesuit Secondary Schools in the Eastern Africa Province: Staying True to Mission, Stephen Nzyoki Nduati PDF Differentiating Literacy Instruction for Digital Learners: The Effect of Multimedia Think-Aloud Worked Examples on Adolescent Analytical Reading Comprehension, Diana Combs Neebe PDF Writing-to-Learn in High-School Chemistry: The Effects of Using the Science Writing Heuristic to Increase Scientific Literacy, Denae Nurnberg PDF The Effects of Gender-Aware Leadership-Development Training on the Leadership- Behavioral Competencies of Women Software Engineers in California’s Silicon Valley, Leann Pereira PDF Folklórico Testimonios: Identity, Community, and Agency as Social Justice Cultural Performance for Dancers of Mexican Folklórico, Manuel Alejandro Perez PDF A Quantitative Analysis of a Critical Pedagogy in Catholic Secondary School Religious Studies Teachers in the San Francisco Bay Area, Alex Porter Macmillan PDF Understanding Translanguaging and Identity among Korean Bilingual Adults, Nancy Ryoo PDF Teaching English to Indian Vernacular Medium Students Through Technology: A Qualitative Study of Kolkata Jesuit Juniorate Program, Maria Joseph Savariappan PDF Epistemology, Wisdom, and Social Transformation: Strategies at the Forefront of the Contemplative Movement in Higher Education, Nicola Smith PDF Ready to Lead?This site is intended as a central location for information pertaining to theses and dissertations at UCF. Connor; Committee Members: Ronald Gregg, Laura Wexler Melanie Chambliss:”History in the Making: Black Archives and the Shaping of African American History” Advisor: Jonathan Holloway; Committee Members: Elizabeth Alexander, Jacqueline Goldsby Khalil Johnson: “The Education of Black and Indigenous People in the United States and Abroad, 1730-1980.” Advisor: Glenda Gilmore; Committee Members: Ned Blackhawk, Alicia Schmidt Camacho, K. Social Imagination” Advisor: Jean-Christophe Agnew, Kathryn Dudley; Committee Members: Edward Cooke, Alondra Nelson Carolee Klimchock: “Heiress Weds Coachman: Elopement Scandals and the Performance of Coach Driving in the Gilded Age” Advisor: David Blight; Committee Members: Mary Lui, Joseph Roach Megan Asaka: “The Unsettled City: Migration, Race, and the Making of Seattle’s Urban Landscape” Advisors: Dolores Hayen, Mary Lui ; Committee Member Ned Blackhawk Claudia Calhoun: “ ‘The Story You Are About to Hear Is True’: Dragnet and the Cultural Work of the Police Procedural” Advisors: Joanne Meyerowitz, Charles Musser; Committee Members: Jean-Christophe Agnew, Ron Gregg Chloe Taft: “From Steel to Slots: Landscapes of Economic Change in Postindustrial Bethlehem, PA.” Advisors: Kathryn Dudley; Committee Members: Jean-Christophe Agnew, Dolores Hayden Ruth Yow: “Home Team Colors: Race, Education, and Justice in the Resegregating South, 1964-2013” Finalist for Ralph Henry Gabriel Dissertation Prize, Advisors: Kathryn Dudley, Glenda Gilmore; Committee Member: Jonathan Holloway La Marr Bruce: “”The Survivor Figure in the Fiction of Slavery: An Exploration of Octavia Butler’s Kindred; Maryse Conde’s Moi, Tituba Sorciere Noire de Salem; J.Provides citations and full-image access to doctoral dissertations and master's theses from more than 1,000 graduate schools and universities.In its initial developmental phase, Open includes ETD metadata from the British Library’s ETh OS Service, the University of Florida, Florida State University, Clemson University, the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, Cornell University and the University of Kentucky.More than 260 libraries are currently participating and more than 2 million theses and dissertations are expected to be added in 2019.Once processed, the ETDs will be discoverable via and other high-traffic global content channels.The program is entirely opt-in on the part of the student, and their ETD can be removed from these channels at any time.It’s easy to add your thesis or dissertation to EBSCO Open Dissertations.You will be able to easily share your work with others in an open platform and it will increase exposure for your university’s IR overall.