The McNair Scholars Journal, 2003
A Re-Examination of Alexander’s Theory and Process of Design for Software Development by Andenet Emiru (161.4Kb)
An Exploration of Successful Black Actors in Film in Relation to Education by Patrice D. Overton (138.2Kb)
Comparison of the Effects of Alkaloids Present in Traditional Native American Medicinal Plants on Melanoma and Breast Cancer Cell Lines by Genelle Lamont (1.294Mb)
Statistical and Probabilistic Reasoning and Misconceptions among Selected College Students by Erik C. Bennett (2.227Mb)
The Role of PPARγ in Min-Induced Tumorigenesis and Its Relation to Pla2g2a by Christen McAlpine (79.91Kb)
Bennett, Erik C.
Johnson, Tanya J.
Crass, Hattie G.
Overton, Patrice D.
Eliason, Kari K.
University of Wisconsin-Superior
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The McNair Program at the University of Wisconsin-Superior prepares income eligible, first generation college students and students from groups underrepresented in graduate education for doctoral study. It is a nationwide program sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education, created in memory of Ronald E. McNair, Ph.D., an African-American physicist killed in the Space Shuttle Challenger mission in 1986. During the summer, 12 scholars participate in a paid individual research experience, working collaboratively with a faculty mentor on a project of interest to the student.
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Statistical and Probabilistic Reasoning
Management Information Systems
Early Childhood Education
First Nations Studies
Women in Shakespeare
Native American Medicinal Plants