Undergraduate students from McNair Scholars Program’s Cohort 2 will present their research projects from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, March 6, in Room 100, McNeely Hall.
The poster session takes place on the heels of a successful four-session Spring Scholars Colloquia in February.
This event is free and open to the public. Students participating in the session:
- Sophia Benick: Neuroscience, University of St. Thomas
- Erin McDonald: History, St. Catherine University
- Demar Lewis: International business, University of St. Thomas
- Jennifer Dada Samuel: Pharmacy, University of St. Thomas
- Melvina Ketter: Pre-med, St. Catherine University
- Nina Haider: Actuary science, University of St. Thomas
- Lauren Miller: Psychology, University of St. Thomas
- Isaac Palma Zamora: Pre-med, University of St. Thomas
- Bereket Worku: Business and entrepreneurship, University of St. Thomas
- Ariel Gittens: Environmental science, Concordia University
- Nkayo Drepaul: Psychology, Macalester College
- Mohamed Hussein: Pre-med, University of St. Thomas
- William Montes: Dentistry, University of St. Thomas
- Sean Navin: Pharmacy, University of St. Thomas
- Pauleen Le: Journalism, University of St. Thomas
- Sahr Brima: International studies, University of St. Thomas
The Ronald E. McNair Post Baccalaureate Achievement Program is designed to encourage low-income and first-generation college students from groups historically underrepresented in higher education to pursue doctoral study. The program provides advanced academic writing and research seminars, cultural and professional development activities, extensive GRE test preparation, guided academic and career development support, a summer research experience guided by a faculty mentor and workshops to prepare eligible undergraduate students for graduate education.
For more information about current scholars, their research topics and faculty mentors, or program information, visit the McNair Scholars Program Web site.