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Penn State Harrisburg Master's Papers

Penn State Harrisburg Librarians

Bernadette Lear

Behavioral Sciences and Education:
Bernadette Lear
(BAL19@psu.edu or 717-948-6360)

Emily Mross

Business:
Emily Mross
(ELM43@psu.edu or 717-948-6130)

Heidi Moyer

Humanities:
Heidi Abbey Moyer
(HNA2@psu.edu or 717-948-6056)

Emily Reed

Public Affairs and International Students:
Emily Reed
(emilyreed@psu.edu or 717-948-6373)

Andrea Pritt

Science, Engineering, and Technology:
Andrea Pritt
(ALP5088@psu.edu or 717-948-6071)

Master's Papers and ScholarSphere

Introduction

As a Master's student at Penn State Harrisburg, you may have the opportunity to complete a Master's Paper or Culminating Project that showcases your research. Using Penn State's digital repository, ScholarSphere, you can preserve your project and share it with other researchers. If you choose to submit your paper to ScholarSphere, it will be added by library staff to a collection of other papers or projects created by fellow students in your program that semester. We ask that before you submit, you review the Preparing Your Paper for Submission page and follow the guidelines there. 

Papers/projects submitted through Harrisburg Library's central upload process will be handled differently than papers self-uploaded to ScholarSphere. You are welcome to self-upload your work, however, it will not be as discoverable to others as those centrally uploaded to a program's collection by Harrisburg Library staff. Please consult with your faculty advisor if you have questions or concerns about central uploading through Harrisburg Library or self-uploading to help determine the best option for you, based on your needs and your program requirements.