Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, SOURCE 2020 is being held as a virtual event. All project abstracts are posted here, organized into Performance, Oral Presentation, and Poster sessions. Students were also invited to upload files related to their abstracts—written papers, narrated presentations, posters, performances, etc.—which are linked to the individual abstract pages. Please browse and enjoy this collection of excellent student work!

Between April 24-30, 2020, you may also interact with SOURCE 2020 content and provide feedback in Blackboard.

Finally, please view our annual Undergraduate Scholarship & Creative Activity 2020 compilation , which includes research and creative scholarship from more than 400 students—including many not participating in SOURCE.

And check out the 32nd Annual Undergraduate Juried Exhibition showcasing competitively selected works of Winthrop Fine Arts and Design students.

Congratulations to these students who have won awards for their scholarly and creative work this year!

Browse the contents of SOURCE 2020:


Oral Sessions

Poster Sessions

All Presentations and Performances

Browse the contents of SOURCE 2020:

Women's & Gender Studies
Wages and Economics
The College Experience
Sustainability, Access, and the Environment
Experiences of Student Athletes
STEM and Biomedical Research
Sports Injuries
Sports and Fandom
Religion and Philosophy
Oral Presentations on Religion and Philosophy
Religion and Philosophy
Poster Presentations on Religion and Philosophy
Racism and Immigration Issues
Poster Presentations
All Poster Presentations
Political Science
Physical Sciences, Math, and Computer Science
Oral Presentations
All Oral Presentations
Mental Health and Education
Mental Health and Attitudes
Influence of Social Media
Health and Disease
Gender, Ethnicity, and Bias
Food, Environment, and Climate Change
Education and Teachers
Design and Fine Arts
Crime and Political Issues
Books, Film, and Media
Biology and Biomedical Research
All Presentations and Performances
Accounting, Finance, and Economics