A Governors State University capstone project is a sustained work that intellectually supports the degree program but which may not be, in its entirety, a written document or an internship (for example, creative project in the fine arts). It provides evidence of the ability and effort to address a real-life issue based off of evidence-based conceptual or theoretical frameworks through the use of quantitative, qualitative, mixed-method, action research, program evaluation/assessment, survey-data/secondary data relative to the graduate's level work in the profession or discipline. [Source: Guidelines for Preparing and Submitting Documentation of Graduate Capstone Experiences 5/1/2014]

The posting of student work is not to be considered a peer-reviewed publication. The Author retains all copyright and intellectual property.

Alumni who have authored graduate capstone reports that are currently posted in OPUS can register to receive download usage reports and other information. Please contact us with your name, capstone project name, and current email address and we will add you.

Alumni who have authored graduate capstone reports that are not currently posted in OPUS may request the posting of their work in OPUS. If the University Library holds a print copy, OPUS staff will digitize your capstone report, if needed, and post upon approval of your College and completion of an authorization form.

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Capstones from 2016

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GSU Event Portal, Lekha Bobbala, Praveen Reddy Gaddam, Zubair Ahmed Khan Muhammad, and Nityanand Reddy Yarrapureddy

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GSU Event Portal, Venugopal Doppalapudi, Anurag Kondapaka, and Sushma Bharathi Yarlagadda

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GSU Event Portal, Richard Evans, Gina Richard, and Andre Rogers

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GSU Event Portal, Syed Fazalullah, Syed Zainullabuddin, Sujith Kumar Thota, and Nadeh Ali Shafizadeh

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GSU Event Portal, Mary Aashritha Gade, Rahul Panuganti, Bhanu Prathap Petluri, and Taruni Yeluru

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GSU Event Portal, Bhupesh Chowdary Gude, Lakshmana Rao Kakumani, Samineni Phanindhar, and Santhosh Reddy Singireddy

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GSU Event Portal, Pradeep Kumar Kollu, Venkatraman Metpally, Suraj Ram Ravuri, and Sadhan Vegendla

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GSU Event Portal, Satyanarayana Mamidi, Chanda Mounika, Madhan Mohan Reddy Parkala, and Akhila Vadhula

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GSU Event Portal, Nandamuri Tirumala B and Raviteja Vadlamudi

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GSUFC, Kalyani Bhatraju, Surya Teja Cherala, and Aashray Kovi

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GSU Schedule File Transformation Tools, Pratima Dharmala, Radhika Eedara, and Phanendar Movva

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GSU Scheduling System, ReddySagar Akkaru Chenchu, Shekar Reddy Gattu, Bharath Gunta, and Syam Sada

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Hotel Management System, Sumanth Deeti, Sravani Manne, and Veerendra Vundavalli

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Identification of English Language Learners in Special Education, Sonia George

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Illinois State Finance Corporation, Allamudi Uday Kiran, Pallet Sravan Kumar, Vecha Tarun Mithilesh, and Kontam Vinod

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Implementing Talking Circles in a Living Learning Community, Shaniqua Jones

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Improving Phonics and Fluency Skills Using a Multisensory Language Intervention, Lisa M. Davi

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Investigating Special Education Teachers’ Knowledge and Beliefs of Learned Helplessness in Students with Mild to Moderate Disabilities, Jennifer Engemann

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Java Auto Grader, Santhoshini Rao Chakrapani, Vasu Babu Dodda, and Sharat Kumar Vasa

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Java Auto Grader, Ashrita Kunchala and Maneesh Gunnala Ranga Rao

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Keyword Feeder, Chandra Sekhar Pinnamaneni, Santosh Sai Raj Pothuganti, and Ashok Kumar Vinnakota

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Moodle Java Autograder, Prathibha Davuluri and Pranavi Reddy Madadi

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Nature Quotes, Vivek Reddy Gayam, Swathi Janagam, and Ashok Kumar Mamidi

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New Day Ministries International Men's Ministry Leadership Workshop, Willie Gordon

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Online Library Project, Surya Teja Muthyala, Sai Krishna Raparthi, and Satyanarayana Asundi