The Washington and Lee University Library recently completed the digitization of over 200 capstone papers from students in W&L’s Shepherd Poverty Program.
This collection is available online as part of W&L’s Digital Repository and may be searched or browsed.
A capstone study, required for a minor in poverty and human capability studies, “culminates in a major research paper on a topic proposed by the student that focuses on poverty and human capability.” You are invited to read more about the Shepherd Program.
Many thanks to Cindy Morton, Manager of Digital Services in the University Library, for her work on this project. If you have questions about our Digital Repository, please contact Alston Cobourn, our Digital Scholarship Librarian.