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Thesis Workshops

Avoiding Data Disasters

Ashley Hetrick, Research Data Service
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm, Wednesday, October 2
Coble Hall, Room 304

Have you ever lost an important file or document?
Do you have a document named something like
Are all of your files saved in one place, or are they randomly saved in different files or on different devices?

We’ve all been there, and we have tips to help you avoid these file mishaps and prevent them from happening in the future! In this interactive workshop, Ashley Hetrick from Research Data Service will guide you through strategies for organizing your files and developing a plan to manage them effectively.

Thesis Formatting & Deposit

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm, Tuesday, October 29
David Kinley Hall, Room 111

Do you have questions about formatting your thesis or dissertation and the deposit process? The Thesis Office is here to help! This presentation will review the Graduate College formatting requirements. We will also take you step-by-step through the thesis submission process, discuss the deposit requirements, and go over the things to consider before your document is published in IDEALS, the university’s document repository.

Can't make it in person? This workshop will be simultaneously broadcast online at

Office Hours

Mondays, 1 pm - 3 pm
Coble Hall, Room 110
Do you have a question about formatting your thesis? Would you like someone to review the content and format of your title page? Do you just want to talk to someone about your thesis? We would love to help! Feel free to stop by our office hours!
You can also attend online at

Customized Workshops

The Thesis Office offers workshops that can be requested by departments, faculty, research groups, student groups, or other campus units or entities. These workshops can be a productive addition to orientations, courses, research group meetings, and more. Additionally, we are happy to work with you to adapt any workshop to meet your needs. Please fill out this form to request a workshop.