St. Lawrence McNair Scholars, a University Fellow and CSTEP students attended the 18th annual University of Buffalo McNair Research Conference, held in July in Niagara Falls. Thirteen St. Lawrence students attended, with 10 presenting research. About 500 undergraduates from around the country attended.
Summer 2012 Scholars presented research at the University of Buffalo McNair Research Conference
One of the largest undergraduate research conferences of its kind in the U.S., students attended a graduate school fair, participated in workshops on how to apply to Ph.D. programs and visited University of Buffalo's Graduate School to learn about doctoral and master's degree programs. A highlight of the event was a keynote and coffeehouse by Freeman A. Hrabowski, president of University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
McNair Scholars who presented at the conference were Jose Alejandro, Shaneequa Castle, Terry Cox, Tiara Davis, Star-Quana Jackson, Omaru Kabia, Marilyn Limon, Emmanuel Moreno and Fatima Sall. University Fellow Alexis Dorsey also gave a research presentation, and CSTEP participants in attendance were Andre Chavez, Matthew Dudley, and Scarlett Nieves.
Posted: August 3, 2012