Use these sources for searching and accessing the full text of ETDRs submitted by K-State students:
- K-State Research Exchange (K-REx)
- Beginning Fall 2006, all KSU doctoral students will submit their dissertations electronically, and these will accessible through K-REx. Starting Fall 2007, masters students will submit their theses and reports to K-REx. In addition, ETDRs of about 100 students graduated between Fall 2004 and Summer 2006 are also available in K-REx. The full text of ETDRs is available in PDF format. Supplemental files are available in their native format.
- Dissertations & Theses: Full Text
- Indexes dissertations from nearly all US and selected foreign universities back to 1861. Contains full text for most dissertations written after 1996. Includes some masters theses.
Award Winning ETDRs
K-State graduate students have won several Innovative ETD (PDF Format) awards given by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
Martha Giraldo / In planta characterization of Magnaporthe oryzae biotrophy-associated secreted (BAS)
proteins and key secretion components. Doctor of Philosophy in Plant Pathology.
File description: 9 supplemental videos.
Lara Fackrell / Equestrian communities: design features and development process. Master of Landscape Architecture.
File description: Adobe InDesign, architectural portfolio, digital photography, maps.
Pete Souza / A photojournalist on assignment. Master of Science in Journalism and Mass Communications.
File description: pdf, high resolution digital photography.
Howard Camp / Measurements of the Time Evolution of Coherent Excitation. Doctor of Philosophy in Physics.
File description: 8 files; pdf, avi movies.
Christopher Spaw / 1219 Colorado. Master of Architecture.
File description: pdf in architectural format.