Thesis/Dissertation Series

Thesis/Dissertation Series

Thesis/Dissertation Series At-A-Glance

Dissertation Completion Workshop
Feb. 7, 2-3pm, Online

Feb. 9, 6-7pm, Online

Dissertation Completion: Tips and Campus Resources

Looking for some help getting to the finish line when it comes to writing your dissertation? This is the workshop for you! In this workshop, we'll share helpful tips for writing productivity, time management, resources on campus where you can get personalized feedback on your writing, and more.

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Previous Events in this Series

Writing Effective Introductions and Conclusions for Article-Based Dissertations

UT Arlington allows students to write an article-based dissertation consisting of a collection of related article-length manuscripts, along with a relevant introduction and conclusion. The introduction and conclusion of the article-based thesis/dissertation serve a distinct purpose and are subject to special considerations. This live online workshop will provide helpful tips on organizing and writing an effective introduction and conclusion for your article-based thesis or dissertation.

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Thesis/Dissertation Formatting Workshop

Not sure if you want to do an article-based or traditional monograph thesis/dissertation? In this live online workshop we will discuss the UT Arlington Thesis/Dissertation Manual, how the two formats differ, and which one is right for you. We will also learn and practice some formatting tips and tricks in Microsoft Word to help make the process of formatting your thesis/dissertation easier.

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Graduation Workshop

Are you graduating soon? Attend this workshop to learn about all the formal requirements that you need to complete in order to graduate on-time. This workshop is presented by Tammy Shoemaker, the Assistant Registrar from the UT Arlington Office of Records and Registration.

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Own Your Work: The Impact of Copyright When You Publish

Everything you write for publication is your intellectual property--you own the copyright--yet many publishers ask you to sign over your copyright to them. Find out how you can retain some or all of your copyright when you publish, even in prestigious publications. Retaining your rights allows you to reuse and share your work more freely and often results in higher visibility of your work and more citation counts. This workshop is presented by Jody Bailey, Director of Publishing, UTA Libraries.

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