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 4 (2018) The Winthrop McNair Research Bulletin Volume 4
Shifting the Margins: Music Educators’ Self-Reported Inclusion Practices for Marginalized Students in Southeastern Public High Schools
Frances Barkley and Scot Rademaker
The Effects of Physical Activity Classes on Stress in College Students
Kellie Cooper and Janet Wojcik
Adverse Childhood Experiences and the Social Environment
Gabrielle Lee and Kori Bloomquist
Moral Foundations Theory vs. Schwartz Value Theory: Which Theory Best Explains Ideological Differences?
Marissa McNeace and Jeffrey Sinn
Promoting a President: Tone in Presidential Candidate Correspondence via Twitter
Eva Coleman-Owusu and Sabrina Habib
Access to Nutrition Education in Public Health Care: Pediatric Weight Management
Ximena Perez-Velazco and Lauren R. Sastre Dr.
A Comparison of Arrested and Not Arrested Individuals Using Facebook
Jalen Smith and Matthew Hayes
All Talk, But No Action: A Reexamination of Education in South Carolina’s Corridor of Shame
LaRaven Temoney and Laura D. Ullrich