Abstract Books (Winthrop University Undergraduate Research Program)
The abstract books below highlight the scholarly and creative work conducted by Winthrop undergraduates and their faculty mentors across all colleges of the university. These collections represent countless hours of research activity in which students developed their creativity, critical thinking, and communication skills, engaging in learning far beyond the classroom.From 2003-2011 Abstract books were created by the College of Arts and Sciences.
Dacus Library Faculty Publications (Ida Jane Dacus Library)This page contains articles written by the faculty of Ida Jane Dacus Library at Winthrop University.
Provost’s Spotlight on Scholarship Series (Conferences and Events)
April 7th, 2016, 11:00 AM
"Merchants of Knowledge: The Rise of For-Profit Colleges and Universities in America"
A.J. Angulo, Professor of Curriculum and Pedagogy
Winthrop University will highlight the research of five faculty members each academic year through the Provost’s Spotlight on Scholarship Series. These “Lunch and Learn” sessions will be held at 11 a.m. in Dinkins Auditorium. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own lunch, and desserts and beverages will be provided.
South Carolina Mother of the Year Oral History Archives (South Carolina Mothers Collection)
The records relating to the South Carolina Mother of the Year award are housed at the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections at Winthrop University. In addition, oral history interviews were conducted with 15 living South Carolina Mother of the Year Award Winners, 6 family members, and 14 prominent members of the South Carolina Mother of the Year Award Selection Committee. The oral history project was conceived and executed by Dr. Jennifer Leigh Disney, Department Chair and Professor of Political Science and Director of the Women’s and Gender Studies Program at Winthrop University and community partners and South Carolina Mothers Association President Martha Cranford and Treasurer Shirley Fishburne. The purpose of the South Carolina Mother of the Year Award Oral History Project is to document women’s experiences as mothers, leaders, and women in the state of South Carolina. The voices of these powerful, dynamic, strong, and devoted women need to be collected, heard, and preserved.
Summer Research Experience Poster Presentations (Winthrop University McNair Scholars Program)
The Anthology is Winthrop University's arts and literary magazine. We publish the very finest in poetry, prose, drama, fine art, graphic design, ceramics, photography, and more from the Winthrop student body! Our student-staffed editorial team accepts submissions in the Fall and produces a new issue every Spring semester.
For more information, visit our own website at www.winthropanthology.com.