The McNair Scholars Journal, 2020
Barri, Nell. Tobacco cessation programs and tobacco related comorbidities on the Red Cliff Reservation. P 7-13. Health & Human Performance. Amy LaRue MA/MCHES. Community Health. UW-Superior (480.3Kb)
Foster, Amanda G. Justice running on fumes: Analysis of the reduction of public legal services funding in Wisconsin from 2010 to 2020 and resulting impacts on indigent and low-income access to civil legal services and representation in northern Wisconsin. P 14-22. Legal Studies. Nathan LaCoursiere, JD. Legal Studies. UW-Superior (456.0Kb)
Gille, Makayla M. What resiliency skills do veterans utilize in their lives to cope with current stressors and/or post-combat issues? P 23-28. Social Work. Mimi Rappley-Larson, MSW, LICSW. Social Work. UW-Superior (576.9Kb)
Hale, Madison. Disparities and needs in Native American veteran populations within healthcare services. P 29-36. Social Work. Cherie Dakota, MSW, LMSW. Social Work. UW-Superior (681.0Kb)
Hall, Lily M. The effects of boat motor playback on nesting and non-nesting bluegills (Lepomis macrochirus). P 37-45. Biology. Dr. Allen F Mensinger. Biology. UM-Duluth (1.017Mb)
Hamlet, Shawn J. The blank papers – examining men & their delegitimized victimhood (Volume one). P 46-55. Communications. Dr. Ephraim Nikoi. Communicating Arts. UW-Superior (329.7Kb)
Haywood, Deon D. The well-being of people during the COVID-19 pandemic. P 56-59. Psychology. Dr. Eleni Pinnow. Psychology. UW-Superior (267.4Kb)
Hubbell, Brittney. Foraging of pollen by subspecies of honeybee, Apis mellifera: Italian vs. Carnolian. P 60-65. Biology. Dr. Kurt L. Schmude. Biology. UW-Superior (490.6Kb)
Kong, Shaian. Fear of crime in college campus housing: Precautionary actions. P 66-73. Dr. Charern Lee. Anthropology, Sociology & Criminology, UM-Duluth (422.6Kb)
Lyons, Mandelyn. A surprising racial twist: Racialized discourse in media coverage of COVID-19. P 74-82. Kevin Shanning & Dr. Angela Stroud, Sociology & Social Justice. Northland College Ashland (355.6Kb)
Peña, Andres. The rise of the literal sense and its impact on the commentaries of the book of Revelation in the late sixteenth and seventeenth century British Isles. P 83-93. English Literature. Dr. Steven P Matthews. UM-Duluth (340.8Kb)
Smith, Jessica R. A survivor’s view on missing and murdered Indigenous people: A healing journey of raising survivor and grassroots warrior voices. P 94-110. Kat Werchouski, MS & Allie Willingham, MS. UW-Superior (501.6Kb)
Vue, Michelle. The impact of cyberbullying victimization on youth suicide: Age, race, and sex as predictors of suicidal behaviors. P 111-117. Dr. Charern Lee, Anthropology, Sociology & Criminology. UM-Duluth (351.5Kb)
Gille, Makayla M.
Hall, Lily M.
Hamlet, Shawn J.
Smith, Jessica R.
University of Wisconsin-Superior
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The TRIO McNair Scholars Program began at the University of Wisconsin-Superior in the fall of 1999. The McNair Scholars Program is a federal TRIO program originally established in 1986 by the U.S. Department of Education, with 187 currently funded programs nationwide with nine programs housed within the UW System. The Ronald E. McNair Post-baccalaureate Achievement Program (TRIO McNair Scholars 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 by providing transformative research experiences, exceptional mentorship, and intentional professional & personal development. The University of Wisconsin-Superior TRIO McNair Scholars Program serves students from three different institutions within the region, including Northland College, University of Minnesota-Duluth, and University of Wisconsin-Superior.
Community health; Ojibwe; Legal services; Veterans; Stress;; Native Americans; Resilience; Bluegills; Well-being; COVID-19; Honeybee; Pollen; Crime-College; Media-Race; Bible-Revelation-Commentaries; Indigenous; Cyberbullying; Suicide-Youth; Zebrafish