Electronic Theses, Dissertations, and Reports

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Electronic Theses, Dissertations, and Reports

 

This is the community for doctoral dissertations and masters theses and reports submitted by K-State students. K-State graduate students were required to submit doctoral dissertations electronically beginning Fall semester 2006. Electronic submission for masters theses and reports was required beginning Fall 2007. In addition, some deteriorating paper dissertations, theses, and reports, primarily from the years 1969 to 1980, were digitized and made available online.

For dissertations, theses, and reports not in one of the collections listed below, consult the library catalog or Dissertations and Theses – Full Text.

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  • Barker, Jared William III (Kansas State University, 2014)
    In order to meet food, fiber, and bio-fuel needs of a growing world population, crop-breeding methods must be improved and new technologies must be developed. One area under focus is the decoding of the genetic basis of ...
  • Cain, Brian (Kansas State University, 2014)
    In this paper I present ANCOR Dashboard, a front end web framework that interfaces with ANCOR. ANCOR Dashboard aims to provide ANCORs users with an easy to use front end interface for accomplishing various use-cases against ...
  • Anderson, Kurt (Kansas State University, 2014)
    Inefficiencies in a warehouse that operates multiple zones can create bottlenecks in the order fulfillment process. This study’s focuses on the exploration of potential bottlenecks in an agricultural aftermarket company’s ...
  • Lechtenberg, Marcie Marie (Kansas State University, 2014)
    This dissertation presents an emerging inquiry about family therapists’ lived experiences as they work with families in situations that may also require the therapist to act as agents of social control whether through ...
  • Hauger, Michael (Kansas State University, 2014)
    The purpose of this thesis is to compare the net income and risk associated with custom farming, cash rent, and crop-share. This analysis will help provide insight on the best option for my 40 acres of farm land, which ...