Updates for the McNair Program
News from recently graduated McNair Scholars of Cohort Sixteen
The McNair program is delighted to share with the campus community, the list of McNair Scholars of Cohort Sixteen who graduated in May 2016 and the graduate school they will be entering in the Fall of 2016. Read more.
|The First Annual McNair Luncheon
May 5th, 2016
McNair Program Summer Research Institute
2016 for Cohort Seventeen
The McNair Program is excited to inform the campus community about the 2016 summer research institute which started on June 13th and will continue until July 22 nd. The Institute involves lots of activities with McNair scholars. These include GRE preparation courses, workshops on graduate school application, developing lists of graduate schools to apply to, graduate school site visits, workshops on financial aid, fellowships and scholarships, money management, academic writing, writing for academic publications, personal statement, and CV writing. The McNair program is also connecting McNair scholars with various tutoring and counseling resources on a need basis.
Most importantly, the McNair program is delighted that all of its McNair scholars along with their wonderful mentors are involved in significant collaborative research projects this summer. Below is the list of project titles.
McNair scholars will be presenting the results of their research at the National McNair Conference in October, and at the McNair Program Symposium at UWEC, scheduled for December 12 th, 13 th, and 14th of 2016 (each day from 3:30-5:30) at the Davies Center. Invitations will be sent out to the entire campus closer to the date. We hope that you will have the opportunity to participate and learn all about the terrific research projects pursued by the McNair scholars. Read more.
2016 TRIO Mentor Award recipients
Dr. Jennifer Dahl, chemistry
Dr. Dahl first became a McNair Mentor in the Fall of 2013 when she nominated Tayo Sanders for consideration as a McNair Scholar.
Dr. Kevin Klatt, psychology
As the Director of the Campus Autism Program, Dr. Klatt's research and the CAP have provided the opportunity for no fewer than five McNair Scholars to conduct research into the development and learning styles of children diagnosed with Autism. > read more.