Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program
The Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program, (McNair Scholars Program) is pleased to announce the acceptance of several students into graduate and doctoral programs, as well as the graduation of former scholars from graduate school.
The following students have been accepted into graduate programs:
|Graduation Date||Graduate Program||Graduate School|
|George Alvarez||Fall 2012||Biochemistry||The University of North Carolina at Charlotte|
|Lashanda Hicks||Fall 2012||M.S. in Social Work||Fayetteville State University|
|Eric McLean||Fall 2012||Research Scholar Initiative (Post-Baccalaureate Program)||Harvard University|
|Tierra Savage||Fall 2012||M.S. in Clinical Psychology||The Chicago School of Psychology|
|JaCoya Thompson||Fall 2012||M.S. in Mathematics||The University of North Carolina at Wilmington|
|Amber Birden||Spring 2013||M.S. in Elementary Education||George Washington University|
|Jo’nel Barnes||Spring 2013||M.S.in Adult and Community College Education||North Carolina State University|
|Karlesia Montague||Spring 2013||M.S. in Clinical Psychology||NC A&T State University|
|Lewis Williams||Spring 2013||M.S. in Applied Mathematics||NC A&T State University|
Ms. Jazmin Henry will graduate from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro on May 10, 2013, earning a Masters in Business Administration.
Ms. Sabena Conley will graduate from North Carolina A & T University with a Masters in Biology in the summer of 2013, and has been accepted into the Doctoral Program of Biomedical Sciences at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA.
The Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program (McNair Scholars Program) is named in honor of Dr. Ronald E. McNair, the second African American to fly in space and one of the seven-person crew who died on the ill-fated Space Shuttle Challenger on January 28, 1986. It is one of the TRiO programs federally funded by the U.S. Department of Education to provide a comprehensive Ph.D. preparatory program for first-generation, low-income, and/or underrepresented minority college students to pursue graduate studies.
The McNair Scholars Program staff is incredibly proud of our student’s accomplishments and wishes them continued success in their educational pursuits.
For more information please contact Malika Mercer, email@example.com or (910) 672-2043.