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McNair Scholars ready for graduate school

McNair Scholars ready for graduate school

Graduates of the McNair Scholars program are prepared to find success as doctoral candidates.
Student Summer Scholars publish works

Student Summer Scholars publish works

With research that started during the S3 program, two students had their work published.
Alumnus receives research grant

Alumnus receives research grant

Wittbrodt received the Carl Gisolfi Research Grant from American College of Sports Medicine.
Research leads to national presentation

Research leads to national presentation

A Student Summer Scholar extended gave a national presentation about teen mothers and literacy.
Study abroad leads to research

Study abroad leads to research

McNulty first U.S. student to do international undergraduate research at University of Deusto.
Graduate published in journal

Graduate published in journal

Garry Sanders wrote a feature article for the Journal of Aquatic Biology.
Graduate publishes fern research

Graduate publishes fern research

Undergraduate research conducted with faculty will be published in prestigious plant journal.
From ravines research to Prague

From ravines research to Prague

A geology student will learn about nuclear minerals in Prague from the world's best scientists.
Geologist alumnus makes his mark

Geologist alumnus makes his mark

Alumnus Gregg Swayze monitors ground zero dust and Mars minerals in his work as a geologist.
Alum's research is cover story

Alum's research is cover story

Kyle Schneider's research was featured on the cover of the journal "Biochemistry."
Alum wins McNair Fellowship

Alum wins McNair Fellowship

Sociology alumnus Ben Winegard won Ronald E. McNair fellowship at the University of Missouri
Alumna's dissertation wins award

Alumna's dissertation wins award

Tara Star Johnson won the National Council of Teachers of English Promising Researcher Award
Alum studies cell migration

Alum studies cell migration

Alumnus Brent Hehl is pursuing a Ph.D. in Cell Biology at UNC-Chapel Hill