Current theses and dissertations from Rowan University graduate programs are submitted electronically to Rowan University's Office of Graduate Research Services and are usually available in this repository within a few weeks of submission. Theses and dissertations submitted between 2010 and 2015 have been migrated from the library’s previous digital repository and are available here.
Theses and dissertations produced between 1996 and 2010 have been scanned and uploaded. If you are the author of a Rowan University (or Glassboro State College) thesis or dissertation produced before 2010, and you do not want your document to be publicly available in Rowan Digital Works, you must complete and submit this form to request its removal from the repository.
Theses/Dissertations from 2021
UNSUPERVISED LEARNING FOR ANOMALY DETECTION IN REMOTE SENSING IMAGERY, Husam A. Alfergani
Design of an Inexpensive PVC Shock Tube for Educational Use, Brandon Edward Bergmann
Discrete element modeling of hydrogel extrusion, Rohit Boddu
Enhancement of electrospun nanofiber properties via automated track post-draw processing, David Anthony Brennan
Engineering a prophylactic cap for multi-dose vial disinfection, Rebecca Lee Charboneau
Development of a hurricane recovery function and resilience model for single-family residential homes, Uriel Robert Donald Clark
The work of their hands: Black women and critical visionary pragmatism, Natoya D. Coleman
Unseen, unheard, unknown: Uncovering campus environment messaging for students with disabilities, Cassandra Maria Colfer
Resident Assistants and Title IX: The hypocrisy of compelled disclosure, Samantha Contrini
Reimagining MOVE: Revolutionary Black humanism and the 1985 bombing, Joseph E. Cranston
Behavioral Effects of Novel Treatments for Pain and Alcohol Use Disorder, Christa Marie Donegan
"The least of these?" The origins and evolution of a misunderstood group in Matthew 25, Christine Marie Downing
PLACING VALUE ON ENVIRONMENTAL LITERACY: A CASE STUDY OF BIOLOGY FACULTY EXPERIENCES, Ilene Sigrid Eberly