The Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program (McNair Scholars Program) is a Federal TRiO Programs, educational opportunity outreach programs designed to motivate and support students from disadvantaged backgrounds. continue...
Scholars In The News
spent her summer working with Nigerian children on innovation.Image Credit: Evan Henderson.
is a recent McNair alum now a public health student who air to change laws and help peopleImage Credit: Jonathan Cohen
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SCHOLARS IN THE NEWS
will pursue a master's degree at Teachers College Columbia University.Image Credit: Jonathan Cohen.
has overcome early community-college struggles and the loss of central vision in his eye.Image Credit: Jonathan Cohen.
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SCHOLARS IN THE NEWS
studied programming and digital design, and is now pursuing a master's degree.
examines campus' effect on neighborhood.
developing inspirational workshops for girls in her mother's hometown in Nigeria.Image Credit: Jonathan Cohen.