This is a collection of Student Theses, Dissertations, Portfolios, and Projects produced by Lynn University students during their masters or doctoral degree programs.
Printed volumes of student theses and dissertations were digitized in the Summer of 2017. Any personal and/or sensitive information such as resumes, contact information, and addresses has been redacted. The University Archives has retained a copy of the original, unedited scans.
Going forward, all Lynn University masters and doctoral students are required to submit their theses/dissertations/portfolios to the Lynn Library for inclusion in SPIRAL. All theses/dissertations/portfolios must submitted in the form of a PDF file (we can also add additional material such as iBooks, webpage links, Keynote presentations, and more) and should include the following information:
- Degree Name
- Date of Award (if the exact date is unknown, the month and year will suffice)
Please submit final theses/dissertations/portfolios via email to Lea Iadarola & Jared Wellman.
Theses/Dissertations/Portfolios from 1995
How is Brazil Going to Develop a Sustainable Environment?, Robert G. Wilkes
A Study on [the] Cons Of An Independent Quebec, Genevieve Laverdure
Hong Kong: The Best Destination For Foreign Investment, Somkiat Larptanunchaiwong
Opportunities to Invest in China, Kwanchanok Visestarn
The Global Challenge, Alfredo H. Boniforti
The Feasibility for Exporting "Power Painter" into Thailand, Nopparat Amornsrisuk
Can A U.S. Merchandising Franchise Work In Colombia?, Maria Clara Alvarez
How Will Cable and Home Video Impact the Motion Picture Industry in Jamaica?, Steven-Anthony Cooke
Poland: An Opportunity for Investment, Tara Monteleone
Theses/Dissertations/Portfolios from 1994
Human Resource in International Business, Cynthia Cerqueira
Theses/Dissertations/Portfolios from 1993
Doing Business with the European Community, Jeana Kushner and Shawn Tuddenham