All WSU Master's theses and Doctoral dissertations are searchable in the library catalog by title, subject, or author. Limit your search by subject to Type Dissertations and Theses in the left hand side bar.
As a public land-grant institution, Washington State University values free publication of its research outputs. As such, the university requires graduate students to make electronic copies of their completed theses and dissertations (ETDs) available to the general public. Authors retain copyright and the ability to embargo access for a period of time.
This document, released in August of 2015 by the National Information Standards Organization, provides a concise introductory overview of best practices, tools and resources for data management. Read this to gain a big picture view before diving into more discipline specific details.
Formerly BioSharing. FAIR stands for findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable. The most comprehensive informative and educational resource of standards, databases and data policies in life, environmental and biomedical sciences.
The Animal Welfare Information Center (AWIC) is mandated by the Animal Welfare Act (AWA) to provide information for improved animal care and use in research, testing, teaching, and exhibition. Includes link to the 3R's.