Browse Dissertations and Electronic Theses

Linguistics Graduate Dissertations (Department of Linguistics)

Linguistics Undergraduate Senior Essays (Department of Linguistics)

Public Health Theses (School of Public Health)

The Cushing/Whitney Medical Library, collaborating with the Yale School of Public Health, is making Yale public health student theses available online. These theses are a valuable byproduct of Yale student research efforts. The digital thesis deposit has been a graduation requirement for a number of years, giving students options on how they want to post their work.

If you are interested in having your thesis digitized and made part of this collection, please complete the form and fax or email it back to the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library at (203) 785-5636 or melissa.grafe@yale.edu

Yale Medicine Thesis Digital Library (School of Medicine)

Starting with the Yale School of Medicine (YSM) graduating class of 2002, the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library and YSM Office of Student Research have collaborated on the Yale Medicine Thesis Digital Library (YMTDL) project, publishing the digitized full text of medical student theses on the as a valuable byproduct of Yale student research efforts. The digital thesis deposit has been a graduation requirement since 2006. Starting in 2012, alumni of the Yale School of Medicine were invited to participate in the YMTDL project by granting scanning and hosting permission to the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library, which digitized the Library’s print copy of their thesis.

If you are interested in having your thesis digitized and made part of this collection, please complete the form and fax or email it back to the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library at (203) 785-5636 or

Yale School of Nursing Digital Theses (School of Nursing)

Starting with the Yale School of Nursing (YSN) graduating class of 2012, students who completed a master's thesis have submitted it to the ProQuest Dissertations and Thesis database. Additionally in 2014 the YSN Doctor of Nursing Practice program (DNP) have submitted their final capstone project to ProQuest. The Cushing/Whitney Medical Library also hosts these thesis and capstone projects as a record of the work that students have done.

Please Note: Graduates may place an embargo on the full text availability of their document. This may be a short term embargo, or a lifetime embargo depending on the circumstance.

If you are interested in having your thesis digitized and made part of this collection, please contact janene.batten@yale.edu or nathan.rupp@yale.edu in the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library.