Dissertation on diversity management

Still have formatting questions?  – contact the Graduate School at [email protected]  or 970-491-6817.

  • Attend an open lab
    • Do you need help with final formatting and/or have questions regarding your document? Bring your electronic file to the open lab and representatives from the Graduate School and Library will be available to review your document and help with formatting issues. We can review your document and help you better understand the requirements. LaTEX users: Although we are unable to offer support for LaTEX, your formatting can be checked as a pdf file.
    • The Fall 2017 Open Labs  are in   Room 174 of the Morgan Library.
      • October 9 at 10:00 – 11:00 .
      • October 16 at 9:00 – 10:00 .
      • October 23 at 10:30 – 11:30 .
      • October 30 at 10:00 – 11:00 .
      • October 31 at 11:00 – 12:00 .
    1. Can’t make it to the open lab and have formatting questions? Online formatting resources are available through the Library’s ETD website . Please see links to the right for additional formatting resources.
    2. Fill out and submit the GS30 Thesis & Dissertation Submission Form to the Graduate School:
      • GS30 Thesis and Dissertation Submission Form
      • PhD students must submit the Certificate of Completion from your Survey of Earned Doctorates .
      • If an embargo is required, fill out and submit the GS31 Embargo Request Form to the Graduate School.
    3. Submit your thesis or dissertation electronically to ProQuest/UMI through the Colorado State University Libraries ETD Submission Website .
    Publishing Information and Resources Thesis and Dissertation Publishing Plan, Embargo Information, and Intellectual Property Guidelines

    7. Try for the highest level journal you can realistically get published in. Here is the main problem: time. You cannot ethically submit the same article to multiple journals. You will need to make sure you have three completely separate articles in order to submit to multiple journals. There are many people who believe you should publish in the most prestigious journal you can make it into. I do not disagree with this philosophy; however, the alternative is that your work might not get read in a higher scholarly journal because PAs and PA educators don’t tend to read these other journals. This is for you to decide. There are websites that can help you determine where to publish. But be careful and check out Beall’s List, a list of potentially predatory “scholarly” open-access publishers.

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