Sophia - Institutional Repository

Sophia Repository

Graduate capstone projects and theses will be moving to a different digital collections platform. We will migrate the research projects to a new digital collection of graduate research over the summer and into the fall. Unfortunately, this may make the PDFs of past projects a bit more difficult to access. 

Contact a librarian at library@stkate.edu to request the PDF full text of a research project. Be aware that some research projects are under embargo and are not accessible, for instance, some DNP and MAHS projects from the past 2 years. We hope to have them all migrated to the new platform sometime in the fall and available for viewing and downloading.

Between July 1 and later in the fall, the project citations and descriptions can still be found in LibSearch. Below is information, by department, about how to search for your program’s works through LibSearch.

Graduate Research Projects Guide

Faculty Profiles (formerly "Sophia Scholar")

Our faculty profile service allows faculty and staff to build an online scholarly presence that promotes visibility, measures impact, and can be tailored to a range of disciplinary and professional needs.

Faculty Profiles

Research on Diversity in Youth Literature

Research on Diversity in Youth Literature (RDYL) is a peer-reviewed, online, open-access journal hosted by The Center for Children's Books, School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. It was previously hosted by St. Catherine University's Master of Library and Information Science Program and University Library (2018 to 2022).

Visit our new website, see submission policies, and read additional issues on their website.

Questions? Contact the co-editors at rdyljournal@illinois.edu.