Thesis Editor Information

The editor will not hold office hours after Winter 2016.

How can I ensure my ETD meets formatting requirements?
You should familiarize yourself with the Thesis and Dissertation Style and Policy Manual to ensure compliance with all requirements for submitting your document to the Graduate School. Also review the Graduate School webpage on common mistakes

Some valuable tools are available in the Manual, including templates for creating the prefatory pages. The templates can save time and reduce the probability of errors when creating the title and approval pages, abstract, table of contents, and lists of figures, tables, etc.

How do I contact the Thesis Editor?
You can contact the editor by email (gradedit@uoregon.edu) to ask questions and/or arrange preliminary electronic review (subject to staff availability) of drafts of your document after you have formatted it to meet the style guidelines. 

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