The ETD (Electronic Theses and Dissertations) collection contains records of theses and dissertations submitted electronically. Graduate students began submitting ETDs during the Spring semester of 2004. Electronic submission was optional until the Fall semester of 2004.

If your thesis or dissertation is one of the print-only works completed prior to 2004, you can help us make it available online for use by researchers around the world. If you would like to grant permission to the Library to digitize your work, follow the instructions on the distribution consent form here. Theses and dissertations will be digitized as time allows and will not become immediately accessible.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2004

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Evaluation Of The Impacts Of Its Information Strategies On I-4 Corridor, Yueliang Zuo

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Getting To The Pulp Of Haruki Murakami'snorwegian Wood:translatability, Jacquelyn Zuromski