Welcome to The Winthrop McNair Research Bulletin. The Bulletin showcases the research conducted by the McNair Scholars during the their Summer Research Experience. It exemplifies the caliber of scholarly research undertaken by Winthrop’s McNair Scholars and reflects the quality of mentoring and the commitment to Scholar success by the faculty Mentors and McNair program staff. Enjoy!
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Current Volume: Volume 2 (2016) The Winthrop McNair Research Bulletin Volume 2
Incorporating Multicultural Education into Teacher Preparation Programs
Ashley Renee Causey and Jeannie Haubert
How Do Family Background and Self-Esteem Affect an Individual’s Perception of Gender-Role Portrayal in Online Advertisements?
Cera T. Crowe and Aimee P. Meader Dr.
LGBTQ Emerging Adults: Their Experiences with Homelessness
Jesse L. Grainger and Brent E. Cagle
Using a BCI to Assess Attention During an Online Lecture
Ethan Hanner and Marguerite Doman
Comparing the tensile and compressive Young’s moduli of cortical bone
Deshawn Hoskins and Meir Barak
Determination of phylo-group diversity of Escherichia coli in environmental sand samples collected from a South Carolina beach
Savannah A. Moritzky, Victoria Frost, and Matthew Heard
Expression, Purification, and Crystallization of an Endoxylanase from Bacteroides Vulgatus
Jesslyn Park and Jason Hurlbert
Creating Narratives through Art as Self-Definition for Black Women
Shannon Snelgrove and Laura Gardner Ph.D.
Creating a microcosm to examine salinity tolerance of Escherichia coli in beach sand
Leigha Stahl, Victoria Frost, and Matthew Heard
The Case of Affirmative Action in Undergraduate Admissions: United States and Brazil
Taylor Toves and Adolphus Belk Ph.D.