1 INDIANA UNIVERSITY PHYSICS DEPARTMENT GUIDE TO THE PREPARATION OF THESES AND DISSERTATIONS TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Important Information II. Preparing Theses and Dissertations Electronic submission III. Preparing Theses and Dissertations Formatting IV. Ph.D. Dissertation Defense Checklist V. Appendixes Sample pages VI. Departmental Forms VII. PhD Application for Graduation Revised 5/24/10 TLM
2 Important Information Resources, Contacts, Requirements The Physics department no longer requires students to submit a hard copy dissertation. If your committee determines that they would rather you submit a bound copy, follow the instructions on the University Graduate School webpage at Additionally, any changes to the UGS requirements for the electronic submission of theses and dissertations will be reflected there before this document is updated. Degrees are granted monthly. Required documents must be submitted to the University Graduate School by the 27th of the month to be granted that month (except May and December); otherwise it will be granted the following month. If the 27th falls on a weekend, the deadline will be the Friday prior. May and December deadlines are established by the Office of the Registrar. Please contact us in February and September for an update on the submission deadlines for these end-of-semester months. Information regarding commencement ceremonies, purchase and rental of commencement attire, faculty apparel, and doctoral hooding instructions can be found on the Office of University Ceremonies website: NOTE: You must enroll each semester after passing the qualifying examination even if you are not in residence. If you are graduating during the summer, you must enroll for at least one session during that summer. RESOURCES Indiana Statistical Consulting Center ( Assistance available for all stages of research: 1. Planning Projects (Experimental Design, Sample Size Calculations, Grant Preparation) 2. Data Analysis 3. Interpreting & Reporting Results Copyright resources: Dissertation Abstracts database: For questions: contact ProQuest at ext Recommended IT Training: IT Training and Education courses ( 1. Before you begin writing: "Word: Publishing Research & Longer Documents" 2. Before or at the beginning stages of writing: "Word: Collaborative Tools", "Acrobat: Collaboration Features and Full-Featured PDF's" (both are very useful when working with your committee)
3 3. During writing: "EndNote: The Basics" If you can't make it to the course you're interested in, you may request a copy of the training guides for self-study: Tip on deleting page numbers from the front matter: 1) create a section break (page numbers will begin at "1" again) 2) open the header and highlight the box that holds the page number and delete the box REQUIREMENTS See the Graduate School Bulletin (especially the section on "General Requirements for Advanced Degrees") QUESTIONS? Telephone: Mailing address: Doctoral guidelines: (812) Physics Department Student Services: (812) grdschl AT indiana.edu gradphys AT Indiana.edu Indiana University Graduate School Kirkwood Hall S. Woodlawn Avenue Bloomington, IN Physics Department Student Services Swain West E. 3 rd Bloomington, IN
4 Preparing Theses and Dissertations Electronic Submission SUBMIT YOUR DISSERTATION You are now able to submit your dissertation online through ProQuest ( NOTE: Read through this entire page before attempting to submit your dissertation online. BOOK BINDING The Physics Department does not require a hardbound copy of your thesis. If you would still like to have one, please consider one of two local binderies in the area: Smith Bookbindery 112 W. 10th St. Bloomington, IN (812) Hours: Monday and Tuesday: Noon - 5:30 p.m. Friday: Noon - 5:00 p.m. Closed Wednesday and Thursday National Library Binding Co. 55 South State Ave. Indianapolis, IN (317) Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. FORMATTING Please follow the formatting for submitting your dissertation as listed below. The formatting for electronic submission has ONE IMPORTANT DIFFERENCE from the unbound paper method. Include the Acceptance page in your dissertation UNSIGNED. This is for security purposes -- ProQuest requests that no signatures be included in the online submission of your dissertation. Turn the SIGNED Acceptance page into the University Graduate School. The front matter for your dissertation must appear in the following order: 1. Title page (mandatory) - see Appendix B 2. Acceptance page, unsigned (mandatory) - [the SIGNED copy goes to UGS] - see Appendix C - This page confirms the committee's approval and acceptance of your dissertation. 3. Copyright page (mandatory if you copyright) - see Appendix D 4. Dedication (optional)
5 5. Acknowledgments (recommended) NOTE: Depending on your personal inclination, you may wish to include a dedication, a preface, or a set of acknowledgments. The latter are designed to recognize people or agencies to whom you feel grateful for any academic, technical, financial, or personal aid in the preparation of your thesis or dissertation; as a matter of courtesy, you would ordinarily mention the members of your committee here, as well as institutions that provided funding, your typist, or anyone else who helped. 6. Preface (optional) 7. Abstract, unsigned (mandatory) - see Appendix E 8. Table of Contents (mandatory) 9. Lists of tables, figures, appendixes, abbreviations and other supplemental materials (if appropriate) At the end of the dissertation or thesis, place a: Vita page - Use a basic resume/cv format TO COMPLETE YOUR DEGREE Arrange a mutually agreeable time with your committee, set up the oral exam at least thirty days prior to when you wish to defend (leave a little extra time to allow for problems with mail), submit your defense announcement, then come back and defend. Ordinarily, the defense is conducted here at Indiana University, but under extraordinary circumstances, other arrangements can sometimes be made. Prior approval must be obtained from your committee and the University Graduate School. 1. Once your defense time and date are set, submit a one page dissertation defense announcement (see Appendix A for formatting). o TIP: Provide each member of your committee with a complete copy of your dissertation at least thirty days before the defense so that they will have sufficient time to read and criticize your work; this time will also allow other faculty members who might be interested in your work to plan to attend your defense. o TIP: If possible, phrase your announcement in non-technical language. o The chairperson of your research committee must approve and sign the announcement. o The announced time and place cannot be changed without the approval of the Dean of the University Graduate School. o Your dissertation will be announced on the UGS website to the University community ( 2. During your oral examination, have your FULL committee sign: o Acceptance Page - Appendix C o Abstract - Appendix E NOTE: Because you are not turning in a paper copy of your dissertation to be bound, these documents DO NOT need to be on paper appropriate for bound theses. Normal-quality laser printer paper (or the equivalent) is acceptable. 3. Complete the Application for Graduation for Ph.D. Students (ONLY if you want to participate in the graduation ceremony) To be listed in the commencement program, participate in the graduation ceremony and receive mail from the Alumni Office regarding commencement, graduating students should ask their chairperson to
6 approve this form and return it to The University Graduate School no later than October 1st for December Commencement and no later than March 1st for May Commencement. Application is at the back of this guide. 4. Pay the $65 microfilming fee directly to ProQuest. Cost: $65 microfilming - mandatory $65 copyrighting - optional NOTE: When you submit your dissertation electronically, you'll be asked about microfilming and copyrighting your work. Microfilming is required, but copyrighting is optional. If you think you might publish your dissertation under your own name, then copyright your dissertation. If in doubt, ask your committee. You may also make your dissertation available via open access for free through the IUB Libraries IUScholarWorks site ( 5. Bring the following items to the University Graduate School, Kirkwood Hall 111. o Acceptance page, signed (mandatory) - see Appendix C This page confirms the committee's approval and acceptance of your dissertation. o o Abstract, signed (mandatory) - see Appendix E Complete the Survey of Earned Doctorates (completed and signed) (either download and print, or pick this form up from the University Graduate School, Kirkwood Hall 111): Directions ( Questionnaire ( Confidentiality Guidelines ( NOTE: The information you provide on the SED remains confidential and is reported only in aggregated form or in a manner that does not identify information about an individual. 6. Verify that the Office of the Registrar has the correct spelling of your name and correct diplomamailing address. You will receive the diploma for your degree within about three months of your award date. 7. Complete the University Graduate School's Exit Survey (optional) o UGS Exit Survey ( After your defense, complete this survey and return it to Kirkwood Hall 111.
7 Preparing Theses and Dissertations Formatting Fonts Script fonts (ex. Monotype Corsica) and italicizing large sections of text are not allowed for the main body of your text, although italics may be used appropriately. Spacing The material should be double-spaced. Long quotations within the text should be typed single-spaced and with wider margins. Photographs, images If photographs or detailed graphics are part of the work, make sure they are crisp and clear. Margins Margins should be at least 1-1/2 inches on the left and 1 inch on the top, right and bottom. Page numbers Page numbers must be consecutive and on every page including appendixes, tables, figures, maps, charts, photographs, etc. EXCEPT for the Title page and Vita page. Lowercase Roman numerals (i.e., i, ii, iii) are used for the front matter. Arabic numerals (i.e., 1, 2, 3) should be used in the body of the work, the bibliography, and any appendices. The Title page counts as page i, but does not bear a number. Begin the actual numbering with the acceptance page as page ii, and continue with lowercase Roman numerals until the start of the actual body of the dissertation. That page, whether part of your full introduction or of your first chapter, should be numbered using the Arabic numeral 1, and every page thereafter should be numbered consecutively until you reach the Vita page. Ordinarily, page numbers should be centered at the top or bottom of the page, entered midway between the edge of paper and the text to prevent their loss during the binding process. Language Theses and dissertations should be written in English unless you and your department/committee have decided otherwise. References, citations, bibliography, footnotes Check with your department or research chair -- this format depends largely on your particular field or topic. For example, footnotes can appear either on the page where the annotation occurs, the end of each chapter, or the end of the dissertation -- be sure to follow the conventions of your department and discipline.
8 Indiana University Graduate School Attn: Dana Ruddick (Ph.D.) Kirkwood Hall S. Woodlawn Avenue Bloomington, IN Some Recommended Style Manuals The Chicago Manual of Style Kate L. Turabian, A Manual for Writers Modern Language Association (MLA) style sheet American Psychological Association (APA) style sheet (especially for works in the social sciences) Some Recommended Dictionaries for Spelling and Usage Webster's Third International Dictionary Webster's Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary
9 Physics PhD Checklist Check when complete A. Getting Ready For Your Defense Meet with your research advisor and decide on 4 members for your committees. One must be present from the minor area. If you did not have four faculty members present at your candidacy seminar, turn in the Nomination to Candidacy form a minimum of eight (8) months before you plan to defend. (Form A). Check with staff in SW 129 if this is needed. Turn in the Nomination of Research Committee form at least six (6) months before you plan to defend. Include a one to two page summary with title of proposed research and your name. (Form B) Arrange a time for your defense with all of your committee. Reserve a room with the receptionist in SW 117 or IUCF. Take your defense announcement to the Ph.D. recorder at the Graduate School, Kirkwood Hall 111 a minimum of 30 days prior to the defense date. Make sure all members have copies of your work at this time. Give a copy of your defense announcement to SW 129. PDF is preferred, but we will accept a hard copy. This will be retained for your file. B. Take to your Defense Acceptance page and abstract (have signed at defense). Grad school must have one original. C. After your Defense Bring the following to the University Graduate School after your successful defense: 8. Acceptance page, signed (mandatory) - see Appendix C This page confirms the committee's approval and acceptance of your dissertation. 9. Abstract, signed (mandatory) - see Appendix E 10. Complete the Survey of Earned Doctorates (completed and signed) (either download and print, or pick this form up from the University Graduate School, Kirkwood Hall 111): Directions ( Questionnaire ( Confidentiality Guidelines ( NOTE: The information you provide on the SED remains confidential and is reported only in aggregated form or in a manner that does not identify information about an individual. Bring the following to Swain West 129: 1. Address and Position form (Form C) 2. A copy of your signed Abstract and a copy of your signed Acceptance page for your student file.
10 D. Submit dissertation online at Follow the format below: 10. Title page (mandatory) - see Appendix B 11. Acceptance page, unsigned (mandatory) - [the SIGNED copy goes to UGS] - see Appendix C - This page confirms the committee's approval and acceptance of your dissertation. 12. Copyright page (mandatory if you copyright) - see Appendix D 13. Dedication (optional) 14. Acknowledgments (recommended) NOTE: Depending on your personal inclination, you may wish to include a dedication, a preface, or a set of acknowledgments. The latter are designed to recognize people or agencies to whom you feel grateful for any academic, technical, financial, or personal aid in the preparation of your thesis or dissertation; as a matter of courtesy, you would ordinarily mention the members of your committee here, as well as institutions that provided funding, your typist, or anyone else who helped. 15. Preface (optional) 16. Abstract, unsigned (mandatory) - see Appendix E - Abstract 17. Table of Contents (mandatory) 18. Lists of tables, figures, appendixes, abbreviations and other supplemental materials (if appropriate) 19. Dissertation 20. Vita page - Use a basic resume/cv format Pay the $65 microfilming fee directly to ProQuest.
11 Appendix A ANNOUNCEMENT PAGE Separate page, content centered on page, limit of one page. Must be submitted 30 days in advance Announcing the Final Examination of (Student's Name) for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in (department) (Day, Date, Time) (Room, Building) Dissertation: (Title) (Summary: The summary of the dissertation should be limited to one page and not more than 600 words. It should contain a statement of the problem, a description of the methods or procedures used, and a formulation of the results and conclusions. Unlike the abstract, which is for specialists in the field, an attempt should be made in the summary, whenever possible, to communicate the findings in language and style that can be understood by the University community at large.) Outline of Current Studies Major: (Field) Minor(s): (Field and Department) Educational Career (Degree, Institution, year graduated major area not needed, ex. B.A., I.U., 1996 ) Committee in Charge Professorial Rank (Name), Chairman (Phone Number), Department (Alphabetically list other committee members) Approved: (Signature) (Chairman's Name (Typed)) (Any member of the Graduate Faculty may attend. As a courtesy, please notify the Committee Chairperson in advance.)
12 Appendix B TITLE PAGE Separate page, content centered on page, limit of one page TITLE CENTERED, ALL IN CAPITAL LETTERS: THE IMPORTANCE OF KEY WORDS IN THE SUCCESSFUL INDEX Author's Name Submitted to the faculty of the University Graduate School in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Doctor of Philosophy in the Department (or School) of, Indiana University Month Year (The month and year is the date when all requirements have been satisfied this is not necessarily the month in which you defend.)
13 Appendix C ACCEPTANCE PAGE Separate page, content centered on page, limit of one page Accepted by the Graduate Faculty, Indiana University, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Doctoral Committee (Chairperson's signature) (Chairperson's name typed, Ph.D.) (Second reader's signature) (name typed) (Third reader's signature) (name typed) (Fourth reader's signature) (name typed) Date of Oral Examination (Month Day, Year)
14 Appendix D COPYRIGHT PAGE Separate page, content centered on page, limit of one page (In Microsoft Word, Alt-Ctrl-C (hold down all at once) will make the sign.) (enter correct year) (Student's Name) ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
15 Appendix E ABSTRACT Separate page, content centered on page, limit of one page Student's Name Dissertation Title (may be underlined or in caps) The abstract is double-spaced and limited to 350 words. As many people will learn about your work through your abstract published in Dissertation Abstracts, you should spend a good bit of effort in the composition of both the abstract and the title of your work. Try to convey the flavor of your work, not just the bare bones of your findings; in an average abstract there will be about 70 characters per line with a maximum of 35 lines. You should also work to phrase your title so that it truly describes the contents and will be easily found in the index of Dissertation Abstracts. The index is based on key words, so be as specific as you can be about your subject.
16 Form A Nomination to Candidacy for the PH. D. Degree ask Student Services Staff if you need to complete. ************ FOR PHYSICS DEPARTMENT USE ONLY ************ Name of Student: Planned defense date: Birth date: Campus ID: Current Mailing Address: Major: Minor: Committee: 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) Please indicate if one of your committee members is a representative for an outside minor Your committee must be made up of four members of the graduate faculty. At least half should be full members of the graduate faculty; others may be affiliate or associate members. A representative from your minor area must be on your committee if you have a minor outside of Physics. Do not collect signatures on this paper. The Academic Administration office will do this for you. Complete this form and return to SW 129 at least 8 months before your defense date.
17 Form B Nomination of Research Committee for the PH. D. ******** FOR PHYSICS DEPARTMENT USE ONLY ********* Name of Student: Planned defense date: Birth date: Campus ID: Current Mailing Address: Major: Minor: Proposed dissertation title: Committee: (chair) 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) Please indicate if one of your committee members is a representative for an outside minor Your committee must be made up of four members of the graduate faculty. At least half should be full members of the graduate faculty; others may be affiliate or associate members. A representative from your minor area must be on your committee if you have a minor outside of Physics. Do not collect signatures on this paper. The Academic Administration office will do this for you. Attach a 1-2 page summary of your proposed research. Complete this form and return to SW 129 at least 6 months before your defense date.
18 Form C Indiana University Department of Physics Address and Position form The Physics Department of Indiana University must keep a record of where our graduates go. Please fill out this form and return it to the Physics Academic Administration Office (SW 129) before you leave Bloomington. Thanks. Permanent Address (some place where your mail will always be forwarded to you) Name: Address: City: State: Zip: Phone: Employment Employer: Position: Please notify us if any of this information changes by ing or by writing to: Physics Academic Administration 727 East Third Street Swain West, Room 129 Bloomington, IN 47405
19 Ph.D. Commencement Participation Application In order to be listed in the commencement program, receive mail from the Alumni Office regarding commencement instructions, and participate in the graduation ceremony, students should ask their chairperson to approve this form and return it to The University Graduate School no later than October 1 st for December Commencement, or no later than March 1 st for May Commencement. NOTE: SUBMISSION OF THIS FORM DOES NOT MEAN THAT A DEGREE HAS BEEN AWARDED. The Ph.D. degree is awarded in the month in which a student has completed all degree requirements. COMMENCEMENT MAILING: The Office of the Registrar provides the Alumni Association with the name and address of each person who submits an application to participate in the Commencement. Please make sure that your Student Home Address in OneStart is correct and current. If you have questions regarding how to update your Student Home Address, please contact the Office of the Registrar. Name (Last) (First) (Middle) University ID Address Hometown (City and State) OR (International Students: City and Country) Month of Anticipated Graduation: December Commencement May Commencement September October January February March April November December May June July August Department(s) Major(s) Dissertation Title (please type or print legibly): Name of Research Chair(s) Name of Faculty Member to Hood Student Signed Date (Department or Research Chair) Signed Date (Double Majors Only Second Department or Research Chair) Please return original document to: The University Graduate School, Kirkwood Hall 111, Bloomington, IN 47405, and retain a copy for your files. Faxes are also acceptable: 812/ Commencement Info: Alumni Association:
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The exit project provides International Studies graduate students an opportunity to integrate and apply what they have learned in the International Studies master's degree program. It is required for graduation.
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