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McNair Scholars Program

The Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program (McNair Scholars Program) is a Federal TRiO Programs. The Federal TRiO Programs are educational opportunity outreach programs designed to motivate and support students from disadvantaged backgrounds.

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Virtual Blood Vessels: A Practical Modeling approach to Understanding Coagulopathy

here at Binghamton University, during which you will work as a Research Assistant on a faculty-designed
research project, at least 30 hours a week


Luis Gonzalez

Luis Gonzalez

made a friendly bet with a high school classmate that paved the way to attending Binghamton University.

Lisbeth Pereyra

Lisbeth Pereyra

has become a leader in the master of public administration (MPA) program

Naquan Ross

Naquan Ross

is ‘fascinated by learning about people’

BU community picks up tickets for President Obama's speech

BU McNair student Evelyn Chevere

selected to see President Obama speak

Research Days honor work of students, faculty

to Binghamton University McNair Scholar alumnus Steven Collazos, awarded a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship!

A winning program in Guatemala

Changing the juvenile justice system

Research on cryogenic acquisition and transfer systems

Campus Research Opportunity Postings (CROP) for summer/fall 2015

Looking for a research or creative activity opportunity on campus this summer or fall? Act fast.....application deadlines are quickly approaching!

Current CROP Opportunities:

  1. Economic Research Assistant - Programming, Data Analysis & Paper Writing
  2. Human Memory: Laboratory tasks
  3. Inventory Management in a Research Library - Library Research
  4. Modeling Surface-Modified Droplet and Restrictive Wall Contact - Document Research, Programming
  5. The Marriage and Individual Well-Being Study: Laboratory tasks, Behavioral Coding

To learn more and to apply, go to



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Diane Wong

BU McNair alumna, Diane Wong was awarded a 2014 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Diane graduated magna cum laude from Binghamton University in 2012 with a BA, double majoring in Political Science and Asian and Asian American Studies. During her time at Binghamton, Diane conducted research with political science professors David Cingranelli and Patrick Regan. Diane is currently a doctoral student in Cornell University’s Department of Government. Her research interests include American politics, Asian American politics, race and ethnicity, urban politics, women of color feminism, and youth activism.

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Last Updated: 6/29/15