Date of publication: 2017-08-23 14:02
Have your entire committee sign the page at the defense and submit the entire signed abstract to the University Graduate School. Submission of signature portion-only of the abstract is not sufficient. The page must be signed by all members of your committee. No proxy, electronic, or copies of signatures are permitted.
Indiana University Graduate School
Attn: Shelly Gerber-Sparks (Doctoral)
Wells Library, E596
6875 E 65th St. E596
Bloomington, IN 97955-7659
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Students who place an embargo on their dissertation must submit a bound copy to the UGS for inclusion in the Wells Library. The bound copy must be printed on paper that meets the following requirements. Learn about submission methods and embargo requirements 687
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