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NKU's Digital Repository is a centralized digital location in which the university seeks to collect and provide open access to:

  • permanent university records with high research value
  • scholarship and creativity by the university community
  • the heritage and history of the Northern Kentucky region as represented in the university’s Special Collections

Examples of content types include, but are not limited to institutional research reports, policies and minutes of NKU governing bodies, as well as faculty and student authored publications and research.

This repository is managed by Steely Library for the benefit of the campus.

Terms of the Northern Kentucky University Institutional Repository Nonexclusive License Agreement are available here.


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    St. Anne Woods & Wetlands, constructed in 2012, is an open wetland surrounded by forest and located not far from the Ohio River near NKU's Research & Education Field Station, in Melbourne, KY. Collection of environmental ...
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    Chase Clinics are law school programs that provide free or low cost services to clients and hands-on-legal experience to law school students as part of service learning. Clinics are directed by law school professors.  ...
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    Join a panel of faculty and staff from across campus as they talk about their experiences placing students in internships and the benefits their students report. The session will end with a question and answer session with ...
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    All Chase students complete 50 hours of pro bono service prior to graduation.  Pro bono service is defined as law-related work performed in public interest organizations; in the public sector; or with private practitioners ...

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