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Stanford’s treasure trove of electronic theses and dissertations tops 5,000 mark

March 14, 2017

Most Stanford students submit theses and dissertations electronically under a free program established by Stanford University Libraries and the Office of the University Registrar.

When Yusi Chen decided to submit his dissertation electronically, he helped Stanford achieve a milestone by becoming the 5,000th student to upload his treatise through the university’s innovative Electronic Thesis and Dissertation service. (Read more)

Yusi Chen became the 5000th Stanford student to submit his dissertation electronically after earning his doctorate in electrical engineering in January. (Image credit: Courtesy Yusi Chen)
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