Featured Publications

2020 Lyceum Research Showcase (Annual Lyceum Research Showcase)

The Lyceum is the University of Texas at Tyler's largest student research showcase. The Lyceum is co-hosted by the Honors Program and the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.

The term, lyceum, is often remembered as the location of Aristotle's school. As such, the Lyceum at UT Tyler serves as a opportunity for students to showcase their original research and work to the larger community. This annual event is held in the spring of each year and co-sponsored by the Honors Program and the Center for Excellence for Teaching and Learning.

Art and Art History Theses (Art and Art History)

Biology Theses (Biology)

Civil Engineering Theses (Civil Engineering)

Communication Theses (Communication)

Computer Science Theses (Computer Science)

Criminal Justice Theses (Social Sciences)

Diversity, Social Justice, and the Educational Leader

ISSN 2575-8926

The journal, Diversity, Social Justice, & the Educational Leader, is a publication for district and campus leaders, teachers, and scholars interested in improving the education system and providing equitable learning opportunities for all students. Please visit our current call for manuscripts (link found on sidebar) to learn how you can contribute to the journal.

DNP Final Reports (School of Nursing)

DNP Scholarly Works (School of Nursing)

As our Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) students move through the learning process, they create many exemplars of scholarly work. This site allows students to share their work outside of the boundaries of the academic setting. All work has been reviewed by faculty and approved by the program director or designee.

Electrical Engineering Theses (Electrical Engineering)

English Department Theses (Literature and Languages)

Health and Kinesiology Theses (Department of Health and Kinesiology)

History Theses (History and Political Science)

Math Theses (Math)

Mechanical Engineering Theses (Mechanical Engineering)

MSN Capstone Projects (School of Nursing)

Our nationally recognized Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Program is grounded in a foundation of evidence-based practice and prepares our students to improve patient outcomes in the healthcare system. This collection allows MSN students to showcase their work as it relates to their selected role.

Nursing Theses and Dissertations (School of Nursing)

Political Science Theses (History and Political Science)

Professional Development (Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning)

The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning provides high-quality professional development which reflects best practices in teaching and learning.

Psychology and Counseling Theses (Psychology and Counseling)

Undergraduate Presentations (Social Science Research Methods Project)