2003 Closing Banquet
The closing banquet closes out the McNair Summer Research Internship. McNair staff, faculty mentors, WVU administrators, families attend this event to celebrate the scholars' successful completion of the six-week internship.
Colloquial are opportunities for the McNair scholars to meet interesting people who have substantive knowledge in a particular field.
2003 Tennessee Conference
There are many McNair research conferences throughout the country every year. These conferences are opportunities for scholars to meet other researchers in their field, present their own research, and network with academic professionals.
McNair scholars present their research proposals at the symposium to close the six-week summer internship.
|2010 Baltimore Cultural Dinner||2011 Cultural Dinner|
|2012 May Graduation||2013 Orientation||2013 Penn State Visit|
|2013 University of Maryland Conference||2013 UPitt Visit||2014 Cultural Dinner|
|2014 McNair Research Symposium||
2014 Summer Research Symposium
Photos from scholars' presentations, presentation of certificates, and the luncheon.
|Buffalo Conference 2010|
The McNair scholars attend campus visits in order to meet graduate faculty in their area of interest and to familiarize themselves with graduate school.
|Captain Jon McBride's Lecture||Chinese Cultural Dinner 2012|
|Chinese Cultural Dinner 2013||Commemorating the 28th Challenger Anniversary||Conference|
Cultural visits are important for broadening the world view of our McNair scholars and showing them that their horizons are infinite.
|December 2013 Graduation Dinner|
Graduation Dinner 2008
McNair Scholars Program held a graduation dinner on December 2008 for winter graduates.
|Graduation Dinner 2010|
|Graduation Luncheon May 2013||May 2014 Graduation||OSU trip II 06-29-10|
|OSU visit 06-28-10||
Every year, the McNair Program seeks to recruit new and qualified scholars throughout the fall semester at different locations on campus.
Every year, McNair scholars attend a 6-week summer internship that is intensive and broad in what is taught: Research methods, writing skills, etiquette, GRE prep, graduation school application, and more.
|University of Pittsburgh 2011||Webpage slideshow|