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age (or 3' be completed in the minimum length of time. Inadequate preparation or as- 3- f; 3‘ 333
3raduate 3 sistance in departments very frequently makes a longer period necessary. 3 33 1:333
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entirely ‘ Two typewritten, unbound copies of the thesis, approved by the thesis 3 33
s which director and the appropriate director of graduate study, and in a form accept- , -‘ 3? = 03 33
able to the Graduate School, must be presented to the Graduate School Office 3; 3 33‘ 3. 3
not later than two weeks before the last day on which grades may be reported 3 ’3 3 '3 3
3 to the Registrar’s Ofiice. The candidate must also submit an abstract of his 3 ,- 1‘
.ers’ de- thesis not exceeding two hundred words and suitable for publication. The final 3 . ,
Dean Of oral examination may not be taken before the thesis has been accepted by the i ‘ 3 3
lembers 3 Graduate School Office. Information about this thesis deadline may be ob— : . 3
profes- tajned from the Graduate School Ofiice. ~ . I 3‘
if Of all Theses and dissertations must be developed under the direction of a mem- L. 3
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Field. 3 Each thesis or dissertation is to be judged by the final committee on its 3 33‘ ,3
3 merits as presented to it at the examination. 3 3
3 Collaborative group effort by two or more graduate students is not forbid- : 333
nt must 3 den; but there must be enough independent eEort to enable each one to make 33 ‘ 33
3 a separate contribution and to prepare an individual thesis or dissertation. - 3 :3
A master’s thesis must bear the signed approval of the thesis director and . '3‘; 3 3
. $20 00 the appropriate director of graduate study. If these are the same person, the 3' 3 3
‘ thesis must be signed by another professor in the major department. 3 ._. 3
The University protects the rights of thesis and dissertation authors by plac- . .3
ing certain restrictions upon borrowers’ use of them as long as they are unpub- 3 3
3 lished. Before the title-page of every thesis and dissertation a copy of the 3 3
following Rules for the Use of Theses is placed. The student prepares this page
3 for each copy of his thesis and submits it as part of the thesis. 3 ‘3
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353 The 3 Unpublished theses submitted for the masters’ and doctors’ degrees and .33
deposited in the University of Kentucky Library are as a rule open for inspec- . 33
3 tion, but are to be used only with due regard to the rights of the authors. 33 3
3 Bibliographical references may be noted, but quotations or summaries of parts 3 3
may be published only with the permission of the authors, and if granted, ‘3 ’ 3
3 proper credit must be given in subsequent written or published work. 3 '3‘ 3
e course 3 Extensive copying or publication of the thesis in whole or in part requires 3 3 .3
(except 3 also the consent of the Dean of the Graduate School of the University of ‘ _ 3‘
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3 secure the signature of each user. 33 3 3
ast two- 3 This thesis has been used by the following persons, whose signatures attest 3-3
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