Welcome to RED. RED is an open-access repository maintained by the Minnesota State University Moorhead Library to showcase, preserve, and provide access to the scholarly and creative work produced by the MSUM Community.
A copy of each Dissertation and Thesis written by a graduate student at MSUM as partial fulfillment of the requirements for the graduate degree is deposited in RED. Students registered for Dissertation (799) or Thesis (699) will upload their final approved papers.
For those graduate students that elect to do the Project/Acton Research and have registered for 696 or 796, uploading the project is optional. The two options:
- Completion of the submission form only; no upload.
- Completion of the submission form and upload of project only when approved by project advisor.
Please discuss your options with your advisor.
Student submission guidelines are available on the left menu of this page.
Theses/Dissertations/Projects from 2018
Co-Teaching: Is the Co-Teaching Model the Most Effective Strategy for Students?, Michelle Sokoloski
Using Metacognition in the Online Classroom, Claire Stich
The Effect of Feedback Given on Informal Assessments and its Continued Effect on Formal Assessments, Britta Teeples and Britta Teeples
A Student Affairs Professional's Road to Campus: An Analysis of Self, Emily Tiefenthaler
Better Together; A Guide to a School-Based Peer Mentoring Program, Elizabeth Underwood
Engagement Strategy Results on Student Participation, Ben Vickstrom
Tiffany & Co.: A Financial Analysis, Nicole Weiss
Plan B: Self-Analysis; A Reflection of my Personal Experiences, Elizabeth Wiczorek
Analysis of Self, Katelyn Christine Wold-Clough
Analysis of Self, Nathan Wood