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GW's Electronic Theses and Dissertations Submission Pages

Welcome to the George Washington University's Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETD) website.

This website in a one-stop-shop for all your ETD needs.  It includes information on:

Since George Washington University began the Electronic Theses and Dissertation program in Fall 2007, over 1,500 theses and dissertations have been successfully processed using the ETD Administrator system.  

The ETD Program was adopted to allow graduate students to create works of scholarship that are interactive, visually appealing, and readily accessible to a large audience of interested readers.   Electronic theses/dissertation can include content that is not easily integrated into paper-based documents, such as high-resolution graphics, charts, pictures, photographs, and multi-media content. .

We hope you will find this method easy to use and a great tool to make your document instantaneously available to faculty, potential employers, and interested readers worldwide.  To learn about the many other benefits of doing an ETD, please consult the About GW ETDs page on this website.



Electronic Theses and Dissertations Administrator: Gelman Library 2130 H Street NW Washington DC 20052