Previous Grant winners are not eligible for a second Grant.
On behalf of the Colorado School of Mines and the Graduate School, the Library serves as the repository for Mines theses and dissertations in both print and digital formats.
Researchers who are not affiliated with UNM and who wish to access UNM theses and dissertations are advised to first check UNM's institutional repository to see if the item is available online.
If not, researchers may request copies of these works through their library's ILL office.
Rutgers thesis and dissertation authors hold copyright in their original theses and dissertations.
This is affirmed in the Rutgers University Copyright Policy, Section III: “Students typically will own the copyright to works created as a requirement of their coursework, degree, or certificate program.The purposes of SRCD are to promote multidisciplinary research in human development, to foster the exchange of information among scientists and other professionals, and to encourage applications of research findings. Engle Dissertation Grant in Global Early Child Development is consistent with SRCD’s strategic plan to promote global child development and to support junior scholars. Engle Grant Committee (comprised of 3-5 members with expertise in global child development and representing academia and international agencies/foundations) will manage the Grant by advertising the Grant, selecting Grantees, requesting release of funds through SRCD, involving Grantees in the biennial SRCD meeting, receiving interim and final reports from Grantees, and providing SRCD with an annual report of activities.SRCD will support the Grant by advertising it, publicizing the names of the Grant recipients, managing the funds (including acknowledgement for the tax-free donations), and providing an annual financial report to the Patrice L. Announcements regarding the Grant will include information on how to make donations to the Patrice L.The Mines Institutional Repository is a database designed to store, index, distribute, and preserve the scholarship of faculty, researchers, staff, and students of the School in digital form.It is part of Mountain Scholar: Digital Collections of Colorado & Wyoming and provides free, worldwide open access to scholarly and administrative works produced by or about the Colorado School of Mines.Primarily US, UK and Ireland but increasingly from other countries. Designated as an official offsite repository for the U. Funds will be disbursed after Grantees have met the commitments outlined above.Application Format: The application should not exceed 6 single-spaced, typed pages with font size no smaller than 11.Note: Some theses and dissertations may be embargoed up to a year after graduation before public release; please see the Graduate School Information.Copyright of the original thesis is retained by the author.