Theses and Dissertations from DePaul University
 

Electronic versions of most theses and dissertations awarded by DePaul University since 2009 are archived here. Note that this section may not yet contain all masters theses completed after 2009; some may only be available in the individual degree-granting departments at the current time.

Search the DePaul University Library VUfind Catalog for print copies of theses and dissertations awarded before 2009.

DePaul University theses and dissertations are also indexed in the proprietary database ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global.

Information and support for your thesis, non-thesis final project, or dissertation from inception to completion can be found on the relevant DePaul college, school, or program requirements page such as LAS Graduation Requirements. Contact the awarding student support office directly with questions about your thesis or dissertation.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2009

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Plato's analogical thought, Holly G. Moore

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The Role of a Literacy Coach in Supporting Instructional Improvement and Student Achievement, Holly Jo Murer

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The effects of abusive supervision and social support on workplace aggression, Kimberly D. Reynolds

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Linguistic Ambiguity in Language-based Jokes, Sarah Seewoester

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Coping styles of African American youth living in poverty: Understanding the role of coping in resiliency, Sophia N. Thompson

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Improving Automated Requirements Trace Retrieval Through Term-Based Enhancement Strategies, Xuchang Zou

Theses/Dissertations from 2008

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Service Learning and its Effect on Students' Attitudes towards Learning, William Thomas Conard

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The Impact of Mentoring on Retention, Quality, Commitment of Graduates from One School-University Partnership, Brenda Kraber

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Maintaining Hope/ Encouraging Perspective in Special Education, Donna Smith

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Teacher Perceptions of Multicultural Education: A Research Proposal for a Study of the Perceptions of Five White, Female Teachers, Katherine Waight

Theses/Dissertations from 2007

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Seminal Barriers to Female High School Students’ Choice of Information Technology as a Career Alternative, Donna M. Grant