McNair Scholars Program
Preparing Students for Graduate School
The first SNCURCS was held November 9, 2005 in Raleigh. SNCURCS is a fee-free research conference for all North Carolina undergraduate students who have conducted research and have chosen to present their research. The presentations demonstrate the dedication and intelligence of both the students and mentors, which is a signigicant addition to the vast fields of study represented. The Fayetteville State University McNair Scholars Program attended the SNCURCS held on November 20, 2010 in Raleigh hosted by Meredith College and November 19, 2011 in Greenville hosted by East Carolina University.
McNair Scholar (Eric McLean) is presenting a poster presentation at SNCURCS 2010
McNair Scholars at the SNCURCS 2011
McNair Scholar (Amber Birden) with her poster presentation at the SNCURCS 2011
McNair Scholar (Kurkessa Springs) with her poster presentation at the SNCURCS 2011
McNair Scholar (Jonela Rogers) with her poster presentation at the SNCURCS 2011
ABRCMS is a professional conference for biomedical sciences, behavioral sciences, and mathematics for students. ABRCMS encourages underrepresented minority students to pursue further education in biomedical sciences, behavioral sciences, and mathematics; as well as provide faculty with tools and resources to assist in facilitating the success of their students. During the four-day conference, students present their research in twelve disciplines in the biomedical sciences, behavioral sciences, and mathematics. The Fayetteville State University McNair Scholars Program attended the ABRCMS on November 10 – 13, 2010 hosted in Charlotte, North Carolina.
McNair Scholar (Yaleaka Currie) with her poster presentation at ABRCMS
LSAMP and RISE are programs that maintain a goal of increasing the number the minority students in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields ,as well as, biomedical and behavioral sciences. The LSAMP/RISE Joint Research Symposium provides workshops and an opportunity for North Carolina students' present their research. The Fayetteville State University McNair Scholars Program attended the LSAMP/RISE Joint Research Symposium on April 15, 2011 hosted by Fayetteville State University.
McNair Scholar (Shannon Gunn) presents her poster presentation at LSAMP/RISE Joint Research Symposium
McNair Scholar (Christopher Darden) presents his research at the closing ceremony of the Ronald E. McNair Program summer research internship
Three Mcnair Scholars (left to right: Yaleaka Currie, Christopher Williams, Reginald Felton, Unknown, Unknown, Unknown) discuss the benefit of being in a TRiO Program (federally-funded programs which motivates disadvantaged students in their pursuit of a college degree) at Fayetteville State University on TRiO Day 2011