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Thesis and Dissertation Guide: Thesis and Dissertation

Thesis and dissertation guide is intended to provide students with the information necessary to create and submit their thesis works.

Important Update

The Masters Theses Repository is transitioning to Academic works for student theses, capstones and dissertations.

Academic Works is Lehman's institutional repository (and CUNY's) where works can be searched and accessed by anyone online.

If you are graduating in May 2020 and onward, please see the instructions below for submitting your thesis to Academic Works.

Learn more about Academic Works by going to https://academicworks.cuny.edu/about.html

 

Other Sources

Dissertations and Theses Research Guide - CUNY Grad Center Library

Focused primarily on doctoral submissions, this Research Guide contains excellent writing tips and style guidelines.  
http://libguides.gc.cuny.edu/dissertations

CUNY Academic Works

Get inspired by CUNY's public-facing repository of articles, book chapters, and data written by CUNY scholars. 

 

 

Academic Works

Lehman College students are encouraged to submit their completed Theses, Capstone Projects, and Final Papers to Academic Works

Please use this Guide to help you with the writing and submission process.

1. Create an Academic Works account using your Lehman email 

2. Select Theses from the Lehman College Collections

4. Sign the agreement that displays

5. Fill out the required fields for your submission

-Capitalize the first letter of your first name and last name

-Place an embargo date on your work if you do not want it visible until that time for the world to read

-Only provide the year for publication date

-Include at least one discipline

-Choose simple keywords that best describe the content of your work

6. Upload your work- PDF format is preferable. 

7. Submit

You will receive an email asking for revisions if necessary and alerting you when your work has been successfully received.

 

 

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