Welcome! This guide is intended to help you locate the full-text of dissertations and theses whether written at the University of Nevada, Reno, or other universities worldwide.
Use the tabs above or the links on this page to search library databases for theses on a particular topic, use Library Search for theses written at the University of Nevada, Reno, and search open-access websites for international papers.
If you are a Community Borrower, you may come to any of our library locations and login to our wireless network to conduct an electronic search in ProQuest or visit the KC to locate print University of Nevada, Reno dissertations and theses.
Dissertation and Theses authors can put a temporary embargo on their work when they submit it to ProQuest's Dissertations & Theses database. An embargo is the temporary inaccessibility of a scholarly work to any potential reader or simply to those without a subscription to the journal and/or database that houses it. While a record containing basic bibliographic information about a given work will turn up in Library Search and various scholarly databases, the material itself will be inaccessible. Embargoes typically last for a specified amount of time (e.g., 12 months, 18 months, 5 years, etc.). Permanent embargoes are rare.
Indiana University Libraries. (2015, March 3). Workshop recap: Should I embargo my dissertation? [Blog post]. Retrieved from https://blogs.libraries.indiana.edu/scholcomm/2015/03/03/workshop-recap-should-i-embargo-my-dissertation/
Truschke, A. (2015, April 20). To embargo your dissertation, or not? Retrieved from http://dissertationreviews.org/archives/11995