This collection includes Cleveland State University College of Education & Human Services dissertations dating from December 2007 to the present which are also included in the OhioLINK Electronic Theses & Dissertation Center.
Dissertations published before 2014 can be found in the Michael Schwartz Library or the Cleveland State University Archives.
Dissertations from 2009
Student Nurses' Perception of Death and Dying, Joan E. Niederriter
The Sociocultural Context of Cleveland's Miss Mittleberger School for Girls, 1875-1908, Sharon Morrison Pinzone
Dissertations from 2008
A Study of Resiliency in African-American Middle School Boys, Andrea Celico
Culturally Sensitive in-Home Psychotherapy for Urban Low-Income African American Adolescents, Aaron Thomas Ellington
Collateral Damage: Examining the Impact of Maternal Incarceration on the Social, Emotional, Behavioral and Educational Functioning of Children : Released Mothers' Perspectives, Roberta Treadway Gaston
Media Interaction on Relationally Aggressive Behaviors of Middle School Girls, Laura Rebecca Hammel
An Examination of Vegan's Beliefs and Experiences Using Critical Theory and Autoethnography, Christopher A. Hirschler
Education for Girls in the House of the Good Shepherd, U.S. 1940-1980, Nancymarie Phillips
Dissertations from 2007
Academic Optimism in High Schools, Margaret Duffy-Friedman