Recruiting McNair Scholars!
The McNair Scholars Program focuses on the preparation of undergraduate students (who qualify as either low-income/first-generation college students or members of groups underrepresented in graduate education) to pursue doctoral degrees.
The program offers a number of benefits, such as summer and academic year research funding, assistance connecting with faculty research mentors, hands-on guidance and navigation through the graduate school application process, first-hand exposure to individuals who have earned Ph.D.’s in their field of study, and the opportunity to attend research conferences (fully funded).
Note: Rising Seniors & Rising Juniors must have had research experience and one of their recommendations must be from a faculty member (not necessarily from UMBC) who mentored them in their research experience.
McNair Open Houses/Informational
For any students interested in the UMBC McNair Scholars Program, attend one of the open houses on Nov 18th, Dec 4th, January 29th, 12 pm - 1 pm, Sondheim 101. Missed the event(s)? Please reach out to staff email@example.com to set up a 1on1 meeting. Sign up now on the Interest Form to receive updates (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf2Mj0Bd9kiunv_S7i-ERwd3x8YoNTxqdQIfCngPzcol3Rtxg/viewform)
Become a McNair Mentor or Faculty Research Mentor
UMBC faculty and staff are invited to mentor a McNair Scholar. There are two options: McNair Mentor and McNair Research Mentor. For details, please read the attached Mentor Informational for McNair Scholars Program, open to UMBC faculty and staff who have a graduate degree. To apply to be a mentor, please complete the form at www.tinyurl.com/mentorsumbcmcnair.
For more info, review the attachments and the website link below: