Join the 28th annual McNair Closing Symposium July 28

The 28th annual McNair Closing Symposium will be held at 8 a.m. Friday, July 28 in 233 Rhatigan Student Center. The symposium will feature oral and poster presentations.

The symposium represents the culmination of over 200 hours of research and will feature both oral and poster presentations. This year marks the 28th McNair Closing Symposium and the beginning of a new five-year grant cycle. The theme, “Continuing the Legacy,” honors former McNair Program Director LaWanda Holt-Fields who passed away last year.

The McNair Scholars Program is a federal funded program that assists undergraduate students at Wichita State from underrepresented populations in higher education prepare for graduate study. The program offers research participation, scholarly experiences and preparation for graduate school. Through the McNair Research Component, McNair Scholars are paired with faculty members who assist them in developing original undergraduate research projects. In some cases, McNair Scholars may assume responsible roles on the research team of the faculty member.

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