Electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) make VCU student research and creativity available online as full-text documents and multimedia presentations for use by the university community and others involved in research.
See the VCU Libraries Dissertations Research Guide for information on submitting your ETD, accessing older dissertations from VCU, and finding dissertations from other universities.
The majority of VCU theses and dissertations may be found in Special Collections and Archives at James Branch Cabell Library or Tompkins-McCaw Library. Use VCU Libraries Search to locate individual theses and dissertations.Part of University Archives: This series has been selected for inclusion in the VCU University Archives for its enduring administrative, fiscal, legal, or historical value.
Theses/Dissertations from 1971
AN EASY ACCESS INTERACTIVE STATISTICAL SYSTEM FOR USE AND TRAINING IN BIOMETRY, Amos Addison Slaymaker Jr.
An exploratory study to determine the emotional needs of terminally ill patients, June Hudnall Turnage
Theses/Dissertations from 1970
FOUR OBJECTS: A VISUAL HEARING, Katharine Nuckols Gilbert
Evaluation of the Essentiality of Dextran in the Dental Caries Process, William Redman Grigsby
THE EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL ON THREE LEVELS OF COMPLEX HUMAN BEHAVIOR, Grady Vancil Maraman
Theses/Dissertations from 1969
Symphony For Chamber Orchestra, James R. Hines
Theses/Dissertations from 1968
MECHANICAL EFFECTS OF ACOUSTIC TRANSIENTS ON TOBACCO MOSAIC VIRUS, Philip Edward Hamrick
A FOLLOW-UP STUDY OF FIFTY-TWO RICHMOND PUBLIC SCHOOL PUPILS GIVEN PSYCHIATRIC STAFFING DURING THE 1966-1967 SCHOOL YEAR, David F. Hopkins, James A. Ryan, and Sandra LaVerne Wright
EFFECTS OF WINNING AND LOSING ON THE INTERACTION PATTERN OF GROUP PARTNERS, Jarell F. Killian
Theses/Dissertations from 1967
Theses/Dissertations from 1966
Job Duties and Qualifications for Computer Programmers in Selected Organizations of the Richmond, Virginia, Area and Implications for an Electronic Data Processing Curriculum at the Richmond Professional Institute, Edwin E. Blanks
The Synthesis of 4-Spiro-2-Aryloxazolines of Potential Pharmacological Interest, Paul Waddell Collins