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  Graduate School-Newark 2018-2020 Degree Requirements Doctor of Philosophy Publication of Dissertation and Academic Data  

Publication of Dissertation and Academic Data


ETD Submission Students are required to upload their dissertation on or before the deadline dates at https://etd.libraries.rutgers.edu/login.php and to submit all requirements to the Graduate School-Newark office as shown below:

1) Application to Candidacy form (Part ll can be downloaded from the web at https://www.gsn.newark.rutgers.edu/phd) must be signed and approved by the adviser and committee members. Completed form must be submitted to the Graduate School-Newark's office before the appropriate deadline as shown above.

2) ProQuest, previously known as the UMI Agreements, handles traditional publishing with a fee and copyright application. ProQuest can only be accessed online via: https://www.etdadmin.com/cgi-bin/admin/etdlist?sitedld=966.

3) NSF, Survey of Earned Doctorates (SED), can only be accessed online via: https://sed-ncses.org.

4) Two (2) copies of the title page on regular copier paper, signed and approved by the adviser and committee members. The date on the title page must be the degree date, specifically, October + the year, January + the year, or May + the year.

5) Embargo in relation to the ETD submission: Students applying for this to delay publication of their dissertation or manuscript can download the embargo form from the web at https://www.gsn.newark.rutgers.edu/phd; this form must be signed and approved by the adviser and indicate the reason for applying for the embargo. Embargo duration timeline: 6 months, 1 or 2 years max.

Embargo in relation to the ETD submission that may require some changes later. For students applying for this, the necessary forms can be downloaded from the web.

After the granting of the doctorate, the university will preserve the dissertation in an electronic archive. The dissertation, therefore, must be prepared with the same care as if it were to appear in printed form.

 
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