The CSU TRIO McNair Scholars Program prepares talented and eligible undergraduates for doctoral studies through involvement in research, seminars, advising, preparation for the Graduate Record Examination, and other intensive scholarly activities. Students who participate in the program come from disadvantaged backgrounds, show strong academic potential in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics) disciplines, and are committed to pursuing the Ph.D. degree. The program is named after the late Dr. Ronald E. McNair an African American physicist and NASA astronaut who died in the Challenger explosion in 1986. This program is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education.

Research from 2018

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Roles of H3v in Trypanosoma brucei, Sandra Haswani

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Indication of Abdominal Wound Complication within Breast Cancer Reconstruction, Taylor Lawson

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Perception of Time and Post-Surgery Physical Rehabilitation, Karmen Love

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The Use of Retinoic Acid to Promote Atrial and Ventricular “like” cells to Aid in Atrial Fibrillation Research, Nautica McCully

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Comparative Study of the Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Mechanically Alloyed and Spark Plasma Sintered AlxCoCrFeNi (0≤x≤2)High Entropy Alloys, David Mikhail

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Treatment of non-epithelial vaginal cells from Lysyl Oxidase like one knockout mice (LOXL 1) with nanoparticles (NPs), Priya Patel

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Dodecanedioic Acid Treatment in VLCAD Fibroblasts, Igor Radzikh

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Simulation of abiotic hurricane effects on lotic meiofauna abundance and composition, Jamil Wilson

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Changes in Sterol Patterns of Rat Alzheimer’s Models in Response to Administration of Neuroprotective Compound (-)-P7C3-S243, Andrew Youssef

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A Study Inquiry of the Impact of the Mother-Daughter Relationship with Teen Pregnancy, Klarissa Zeno

Research from 2014

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Homing by Path Integration When a Locomotion Trajectory Crosses Itself, Naohide Yamamoto, Jayleen A. Meléndez, and Derek T. Menzies

Research from 2013

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Occupational Therapy Students' Development of Therapeutic Communication Skills During a Service-Learning Experience, S. Margaret Maloney and Kristen Griffith

Research from 2012

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Normalizing for Noise Removal from Electrocardiogram Signals, Dominique Diamond Brooks and Daniel J. Simon

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Characteristics Indicative of the Likelihood of Leaving Open-Ended Comments on an Organizational Survey, Astrid Jennifer Hernandez and Michael Horvath

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Mite DNA in Mantle Clips, Robert A. Krebs, Brian D. Allen, and Na'Tasha M. Evans

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BON-BONs: Cyclic Molecules with a Boron-Oxygen-Nitrogen Backbone. Computational Studies of Their Thermodynamic Properties, Aloysus K. Lawong and David W. Ball

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Introducing NOB-NOBs: nitrogen-oxygen-boron cycles with potential high-energy properties, Aloysus K. Lawong and David W. Ball

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The Effects of Path Crossover on Spatial Orientation, Jayleen A. Meléndez and Naohide Yamamoto

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Rural Women’s Pathways to Crime: A Grounded Theory Study of Rural Women and their Experiences in Jails and Prisons, Angela Mesenburg

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Defining and Analyzing a Food Desert, Monique N. Russell and Brian Mikelbank

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Spillover Effects of Metro Academic R&D on Non-metro Labor Market Conditions, Pedro J. Sarsama and Subhra Baran Saha

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Sex Selection and Technology In the United States: Is It Playing GOD?, Roberta M. Steinbacher and Audrianna V. Rodriguez

Research from 2011

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Transition to College for Students With Disabilities: Lessons from a Pilot Program, Glenn Goodman, Robert Radford, Lorenzo Smith, Lindsay Marie, Kerrie Shisila, Jason Valley, Ian Grissett, and Dustin Davison

Research from 2009

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Highly Nitrated Cyclopropanes as New High Energy Materials: DFT Calculations on the Properties of C3H6−n(NO2)n (n=3–6), Aloysus K. Lawong and David W. Ball