Works in this series are the final written component of the GVSU McNair Scholars Program within the Center for Undergraduate Scholar Engagement at Grand Valley State University.
The GVSU McNair Scholars Program provides support to first generation students with significant financial need, or members of racial and ethnic groups that are traditionally underrepresented in careers that require Ph.Ds. The goal of the program is to provide students support in undergraduate research, graduate school preparation, and the graduate school application process. For more information about this program and how to apply please visit the GVSU McNair Scholars Program website.For GVSU Students
- To submit your final project report, follow the Submit Research link in the left sidebar.
- For details about the process, visit the Submission Guidelines page.
- If you have questions about ScholarWorks@GVSU, contact the University Libraries' Scholarly Communications team.
Note: The Office of Undergraduate Research & Scholarship provides support for undergraduates to pursue the research and creative practice through multiple scholarship programs. These can be found as separate series in the Undergraduate Research and Creative Practice collection.
Submissions from 2022
Mental Health Functioning, History of Trauma, and Parent Stress in Maltreating Parents, Dionne G. Pinto-Guerra
Submissions from 2021
Child Exposure to Intimate Partner Violence in the Latin American Region, Gabriel Alvarado
Protest Music of the 2010s, Tumaini Sango
Submissions from 2020
Addressing sexual violence in K-12 Education, Taylor Bowie
Tag: Automated Image Captioning, Nathan Funckes
Submissions from 2019
Analyzing the Role of a Protein Downregulated After Induction of Filamentous Growth In Candida albicans, Jazmine Vasquez, Ian Cleary, and Derek P. Thomas
Policing the Boundaries Around Race and Gender, Maria I. Sanchez-Rodriguez
Winnability of The Group Labeling Lights Out Game on Complete Bipartite Graphs, Christian J. Miller