While most of our Scholars spent the Summer diligently conducting research, Raven Ulieme spent her time outside of the laboratory. Instead Raven spent the Summer working with her mentor, Dr. Eric Gato, to put all of the effort she previously put into he lab down on paper. Her hard work paid off – this September, she was published as the author of an article in a peer reviewed journal.
Raven didn’t expect to get her research published, but when Dr. Gato asked her to spend her summer working towards that goal, she was more than happy to accept. Raven did most of the writing, and said that the biggest challenge in getting published was getting everything approved. “It took a while because (the publisher) would keep sending revisions.” Her hard work paid off with a publication in Toxicology and Industrial Health.
Scholar Presents at McNair Scholars Research Conference
Arneshia Henderson traveled to Baylor University in Waco, Texas to present her research, Synthesis of 1,2,3-Triazole Amino Acid Derivatives for Structure Activity Relationship Investigations. Arneshia is a Senior and will be applying for graduate schools this fall.
Last updated: 10/21/2019
McNair Scholars Soar at 25th Annual SAEOPP Conference
The scholars enjoyed an exciting four days in Atlanta where they were given the opportunity to meet a number of different Scholars from around the US, and network with representatives from various graduate schools including Harvard, John Hopkins University, and Vanderbilt University.
Several of our scholars were given the opportunity to present their current research during the SAEOPP Poster Presentation Session. Our very own Alicia Cumberlander won first place! (Pictured; top far right).
Though they were a bit homesick by the last day, the scholars were excited, motivated, and eager to continue their pursuit of a doctoral degree armed with the knowledge they gained through a number of workshops, forums, and keynote speakers.
Last updated: 7/2/2019
McNair Scholar Comes in 1st Place at 2019 SAEOPP Conference
Alicia Cumberlander received 1st place and $500 at the 25th Annual SAEOPP Conference for her poster presentation: A Smile is Worth a Thousand Words; The use of individual and structural factors when explaining visible dental decay. Her research mentor is Dr. Nathan Palmer. Cumberlander is a Sociology major and McNair Scholar, and intends to pursue a doctoral degree upon graduation.
Last updated: 7/2/2019
Several Scholars Stand Out at Poster Presentations
A special shout out to several of our scholars who presented posters as the semester draws to an end! Aron Guerrero, Dennis Gordon, Olamide Adebayo, and Arturo Diaz-Avella all did an outstanding job representing McNair, and presenting their research! Congratulations to a job well done!
Last updated: 4/26/2019
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