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A practicing professional from outside the university, who is a leader in the relevant field of practice, may be appointed as a third committee member either in place of or in addition to the practice-active faculty member. Culminating Project The culminating project should be an inquiry-based project of value for informing practice and contributing to the advancement of knowledge.

Guidelines must be academically appropriate and reasonable to the medium of practice.

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Each program will have its own discipline specific guidelines on file with the Office of Academic Affairs. The development of the proposal and the dissertation is an effort that requires a great deal of collaboration involving the candidate and his or her dissertation committee. There is no single model or formula for writing a proposal or dissertation, nor is there a single model governing the relationship of a doctoral candidate and his or her dissertation committee; however, the recommendations that follow should be applicable to most students.

It is important to confer with your chairperson and committee members as you proceed and to avoid long periods without making contact. It is recommended that you ask your chairperson and members for their preferences regarding how often and at what point your work should be presented.

It is also a good idea to get a sense of turnaround times for drafts of your proposal and dissertation from your committee chair and members. You should have a work plan and a timetable that has been discussed with your chair and communicated to your members.

It is the responsibility of your committee to read drafts and provide appropriate and timely written and oral feedback. You should be aware of University breaks and peak periods such as final exams and midterms when response times will often be longer for most faculty members. Please note that the dissertation committee must be officially appointed and on file with the Office of Doctoral Studies prior to submission of the dissertation proposal. The following procedures for submission of dissertation proposals apply to all candidates for Ph.

After filing the Request for Appointment of Dissertation Committee form with the Office of Doctoral Studies, you will receive a letter confirming that the dissertation committee has been officially approved.

The cover sheet must be signed by all members of the dissertation committee, indicating their approval of the proposal for submission. The committee chairperson's signature on this form also indicates approval of the point research elective requirement and the 3-point specialized research methodology requirement which the student has completed or will complete.

Two copies of the proposal are to be submitted to the Office of Doctoral Studies. The remaining copies must be submitted to the proposal review panel coordinator for your program or department. You should be aware that different departments require that different numbers of copies be submitted for review.

Please consult the proposal review panel coordinator for the correct number of copies for the specific department or program.

All copies of the proposal must include a copy of the signed Dissertation Proposal Cover Sheet. The faculty of NYUSteinhardt recommends that the proposal be no longer than forty pages in length exclusive of appendices and bibliography. Information on the scheduling of proposal reviews and deadlines should be obtained from the proposal review panel coordinator for the department. Please note that some departments do not review proposals during the summer session.

Steinhardt students proposing to do research involving human subjects for an independent study, a graduate thesis, or a doctoral dissertation require approval from the University Committee on Activities Involving Human Subjects UCAIHS. If your proposed research involves interviews, surveys, questionnaires, participant observation, ethnography, or other methods involving human subjects, UCAIHS approval is required. Approval from UCAIHS must be granted before work on the research or data collection has begun, including all pilot studies, trial runs, pretests, and preliminary sampling or surveys.

After the proposal review, the proposal review panel coordinator will notify you of the outcome in writing with copies to the dissertation committee chairperson and members and to the Office of Doctoral Studies.

The proposal review panel will recommend that you proceed in one of the following ways: Because the proposal review panel is an advisory committee, your dissertation committee may choose not to incorporate some or all of the proposal review panel's recommendations. In the event that the panel's suggestions are not incorporated, you will be expected to provide a written rationale explaining this decision.

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This rationale should bear the signature of the dissertation committee chairperson. As is the case with all correspondence regarding the proposal review, copies should be distributed to the committee members and to the Office of Doctoral Studies.

A copy of the proposal, the review panel's outcome and notes, and your response to the panel's notes are given to each of the two faculty members who serve as outside readers on the final oral examination of the dissertation. You are the sole author of your dissertation and are responsible for understanding, discussing, and defending all aspects of your work, including the methodologies employed. While some students may seek guidance with analyzing data, the use of consultants to conduct statistical work is discouraged.

You are responsible for making sure that proposal and dissertation drafts submitted to your faculty committee are free of errors in form, style, diction, spelling, and grammar. Your dissertation committee chair and members may alert you to such problems, but it is not their responsibility to do so. Your committee chair or a member may recommend that you use a professional editor, or you may feel that your work would benefit from editorial assistance.

If you do employ a professional editor, make sure you shop around and use someone who has been recommended to you by a faculty member, another student, or the Office of Doctoral Studies. Again, you and only you are ultimately responsible for your own writing and for making sure that it conforms to the standards of written English and conventions of scholarly writing set forth by your dissertation committee.

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See detailed deadline information for the current academic year. In order to schedule your final oral examination, you must submit simultaneously to the Office of Doctoral Studies the following forms and materials in accordance with the dissertation filing deadlines noted above: The final oral examination is a two-hour examination scheduled according to the guidelines outlined above. Attendance by the candidate and all members of the final oral commission, which consists of the dissertation committee and the two outside readers, is required.

Outside readers must be approved by the dissertation committee chair and must be full-time tenured or tenure-track members of the NYU faculty exceptions must be approved by the Vice Dean for Academic Affairs in advance of their appointment. Please also note that attendance at the final oral examination is restricted to the candidate and members of the final oral commission.

Other members of the University community may attend as observers with the permission of the Dissertation Committee Chairperson, however, The Office of Doctoral Studies must be notified in advance.

The following policies pertain to the voting procedures for the final oral examination. One vote is to be taken with three and only three possible outcomes all members of the final oral commission vote.

These outcomes pass, fail, or deferred pass with conditions result according to the following rules: The Final Oral Examination Report obtained by the dissertation committee chairperson from the Office of Doctoral Studies is completed and returned to the Office of Doctoral Studies no later than 24 hours after the final oral examination has been completed. This form should be accompanied by a copy of the candidate's dissertation to be reviewed for format by the Office of Doctoral Studies , unless the candidate is keeping the document to make minor changes and corrections required or noted by the final oral commission.

This form must be accompanied by a separate statement indicating the reasons for the fail outcome.

The candidate may request permission for a second final oral examination from the Vice Dean for Academic Affairs. If approved, the examination must be held with the same final oral commission no sooner than six months from the first final oral examination.

If the candidate fails the second final oral examination, matriculation is automatically and irrevocably terminated. The Final Oral Examination Report is completed and returned to the Office of Doctoral Studies no later than 24 hours after the final oral examination has been completed.

Within three days after the final oral examination, the candidate and the Office of Doctoral Studies must receive from the final oral commission a written statement which indicates what further work the candidate must complete in order to secure a pass outcome. This statement should include both revisions of the dissertation requested by the final oral commission and also any other requirements which the commission feels the candidate must complete to secure a pass outcome.

The candidate must complete all designated revisions and requirements within one semester following that in which the final oral examination is held exclusive of summer semesters. When the candidate has completed all necessary revisions and requirements, the Deferred Pass With Conditions Final Report Form obtained by the dissertation committee chairperson from the Office of Doctoral Studies must be circulated among and signed by all original members of the final oral commission, and then returned to the Office of Doctoral Studies with a copy of the candidate's document to be reviewed for format.

In order for the candidate's outcome to be recorded as pass, at least four out of the five or three out of four if the final oral commission consisted of four members, or five out of six if the final oral commission consisted of six members members of the final oral commission must indicate a pass vote on the above-mentioned form. If any member of the five-member final oral commission is absent, the dissertation committee chairperson must secure permission from the Vice Dean for Academic Affairs to proceed with the final oral examination.

Assuming permission to proceed is granted, the information below applies to the voting procedures. If a dissertation committee member is absent, the following rules apply: After the final oral examination, you are required to submit an additional copy of the dissertation to be reviewed by the Office of Doctoral Studies for format.

This copy should be submitted after you have made changes required by the final oral commission. If the required changes are minor, you may submit the dissertation for format review immediately after the final oral examination so that the format changes and the commission's changes can be completed simultaneously. If the final oral examination results in a deferred pass outcome, you may submit the dissertation for format review only after the signed Deferred Pass with Conditions Final Report Form has been received by the Office of Doctoral Studies.

Final approval of the dissertation will take place only after the edited dissertation has been reviewed by the Office of Doctoral Studies. The deadline for the filing of the final edited dissertation is approximately three weeks prior to your anticipated date of graduation the exact date will be emailed to candidates and is posted each semester in the Office of Doctoral Studies.

In order to be eligible for graduation, your final edited dissertation must be uploaded to Pro Quest UMI and approved by the Office of Doctoral Studies by the designated deadline date. All candidates for the degrees of Ph D and Ed D are required to publish the dissertation through Pro Quest UMI Dissertation Publishing and must upload a final dissertation electronically for this purpose.

This electronic upload will take place through the Office of Doctoral Studies only after the dissertation has been approved in its final form. A final copy of the dissertation will also be submitted to NYU Libraries for our institutional repository. This section describes the dissertation format that all Steinhardt doctoral candidates are required to follow.

Dissertations must adhere to these requirements in order to be accepted by the Office of Doctoral Studies for the scheduling of the final oral examination. Please read this section carefully and contact the Office of Doctoral Studies if you have any questions.

Faculty policy leaves the choice of a style manual to the doctoral candidate with the advice and consent of his or her committee.

Generally, candidates are urged to learn and use the manual most often required for scholarly writing by journals within their disciplines. Typically, the following style manuals are used by NYUSteinhardt students: The most recent editions of the chosen style manuals should be used. Your printer must produce consistently black letters and consistent margins. Sufficient darkness is also necessary for any supporting materials, such as tables, figures, drawings, pictures, etc.

Your dissertation will be published by Pro Quest UMI which requires clear, high-contrast characters and images. The School and Pro Quest UMI allow students to use typefaces that are between 10 and 12 points; however, because 10 point can appear too small in most typefaces, 12 point is generally preferred.

A smaller or condensed typeface can be used for tables that otherwise might not fit across a page within the correct margins, however, mixing typefaces is otherwise not recommended.

Underlining or italics may be used for statistical symbols, book titles, or definitions but use either one or the other consistently throughout your manuscript, including tables. Headings should be underlined when appropriate and not italicized.

Do not justify the right margin of your text; keep it left aligned like the text shown here. To assure proper binding and for ease of reading, the following margins are required: See the next section for sample dissertation pages. Avoid leaving more than two inches of white space without type. This applies to tables and figures as well as to text. Please enter the message. Please verify that you are not a robot.

Would you also like to submit a review for this item? You already recently rated this item. Your rating has been recorded. Write a review Rate this item: Preview this item Preview this item. Michael Vey. The Final Spark. Richard Paul Evans Publisher: New York: Secondary senior high school: English View all editions and formats Summary: Michael Vey is missing and it's up to the Electroclan to find him in this electrifying seventh installment of the New York Times bestselling series!

The final book in the Michael Vey series opens with the Electroclan facing a devastating loss: Michael is missing. He made the ultimate sacrifice to save his friends and now he's gone. What is next for them and the revolution' The battle on the island of Hades ended with a devastating explosion that left the island a smoking ruin and much of Hatch's army dead.

However, Hatch survived and while his plans have certainly suffered a setback, he's more determined than ever to bring the world's governments under his control. But first, he wants to wipe out the Resistance and capture the remaining members of the Electroclan.

As Hatch's forces storm into action, it seems nothing can stand in their way. The Electroclan is divided. The voice is captured, and Michael's mother is being used as bait to lure the leader of the Resistance out of hiding.

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