Monthly Archives: March 2013
Congratulations Monica Honeyestewa for your acceptance to University of Arizona’s Master’s of Educational Psychology program and Graduate Access Fellowship Award! We are proud of you!
The McNair Network Keep up with McNair TRIO across the nation! http://mcnairscholars.com/
Hispanic Communications Network (www.hcnmedia.com) has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant to work with at-risk and incarcerated youth in New Mexico. Our concept is to expose at-risk youth to role models in STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) by … Continue reading
AnneMarie Mal Senior Human Research Protections Analyst Human Research Protections Office Phone: (505) 272-0880 FAX: (505) 272-0803 email: AMal@salud.unm.edu
Welcome Tiffany Trujillo to our 2012-2013 McNair Cohort! Born and raised in Santa Fe NM. Moved to Rio Rancho in 2005. Education History: Graduated from Rio Rancho High School in 2006, completed three A.A. (associates) degrees in Psychology, General studies … Continue reading
Congratulations to Elena Valdez 2nd Year McNair Scholar on Your Acceptance to Many Great Schools. Best Wishes on Your Chosen Grad School Rice University Which has Gained an Amazing English Scholar!
Kwasi Addae-Mensah 2nd Year Research Opportunity Scholar Accepted to UNM’s highly competitive medical school! Congratulations Kwasi we are proud of you.
March 23, 2013 Seminar on Posters and Presentation Skills a Success! Ashley Wegele 2nd Year McNair Scholar Presenting her Research to 1st Year Cohort! Thank you to all 2nd Years who Presented Posters and Oral Presentations.
Ronald E. McNair Scholar Guillermo Martinez is a Published Author in Fitness Journal! Mr. Martinez’s Research on Fibromyalgia with Dr. Len Kravitz Takes Center Stage as the Featured Article. We Are Proud of Our Scholar and his Mentor!
McNair ROP Recruiting Now for 2013-2014 Scholars! Apply Early for Early Consideration! Apply at http://mcnair.unm.edu/ Previous & Current Scholars feel free to pass along this information if you haven’t done so already and help us sustain high caliber scholars who … Continue reading