Faculty Authored Books
The UConn Library showcases UConn-produced research by purchasing faculty-authored books across all programs of UConn, including UConn Health and Law. Authors include current full-time or emeriti UConn faculty who have published while affiliated with UConn. To learn more details about our purchase criteria, please visit our FAQs. To recommend your book for purchase or donate a copy, please submit a web form or contact the program coordinator.
OpenCommons@UConn is a digital repository hosting the intellectual output of the UConn community, ranging from honors theses to faculty publications.
The repository also hosts two journals, The Quiet Corner and Journal for Evidence-based Practice in Correctional Health.
Theses and Dissertations
The Connecticut Digital Archive provides access to all UConn dissertations and masters' theses from 2013 to the present, with an increasing number of the 1922-2013 (pre-electronic submission) titles added regularly. Electronically submitted UConn dissertations and masters' theses from 2013 through 2020 may also be found in the Library's OpenCommons. ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global provides full text for most UConn dissertations from 1996 to 2012 and includes citations for over 9000 dissertations back to 1965.
Print copies of UConn theses and dissertations do not circulate and are available for viewing in Archives & Special Collections, located in the Dodd Center. Search our catalog to find out if we hold a print copy.
For inquiries regarding UConn theses or dissertations, contact Betsy Pittman.