Graduate Student Dissertations, Theses, Capstones, and Portfolios


Graduate-Level Student Dissertations, Theses, Capstones, and Portfolios is a collection produced by Lynn University students during their masters or doctoral degree programs.

All Lynn University masters and doctoral students are required to submit their approved dissertations, theses, capstones, and portfolios to the Lynn Library for inclusion in SPIRAL via email to Lea Iadarola. PDF format is preferred, but SPIRAL can accommodate a variety of file formats.

This collection also contains digitized versions of the printed volumes of Lynn student theses and dissertations, which 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.


Submissions from 1995


Poland: An Opportunity for Investment, Tara Monteleone

Submissions from 1994


Human Resource in International Business, Cynthia Cerqueira


An Analysis of the European Community (EC) and Current Business Practices Within the EC., Gerard J. Hinckley


Should a U.S. Company Doing Business in the European Union Hire a Cross-Cultural Expert?, Patrick Henning

Submissions from 1993


Doing Business with the European Community, Jeana Kushner and Shawn Tuddenham