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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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  • Uwolloh, Onyinye (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Little is known about Frederick Douglass’ lineage beyond the names of his maternal grandparents. This short story takes some creative license by going off the idea that one of Douglass’ fore-mothers was born in the fictional ...
  • Verkley, Ethan (Northern Kentucky University, )
    Understanding a city’s growth helps city leaders to achieve sustainable city development. This study focuses on a comprehensive analysis of Greater Cincinnati growth with use of remote sensing techniques. The major data ...
  • Verdino, Savana
    Stress is a major concern regarding shelter cat populations, as it has many health and behavioral implications that could prolong their stay in a shelter environment. Many studies have looked at stress reduction methods ...
  • Uwolloh, Onyinye (Northern Kentucky University, )
    In our global village world, the United States, despite having the most linguistic diversity on the Earth, uses English in daily dealings as it is the accepted ideal. Although English is not recognized as an official ...
  • The Northerner staff (1971-04)

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