Phylogeny of a new gigantic paravian (Theropoda; Coelurosauria; Maniraptora) from the Upper Cretaceous of James Ross Island, Antarctica Ricardo Ely, McNair Scholar (read more about Ricardo) Mentor: Dr. Judd A Case, Dept. of Biology at Eastern Washington University Abstract: A description with phylogenetic analyses is provided for Imperobator antarcticus, gen. et sp. nov., an early … Read more
On May 9th, we hold our second Scholar Cafe of spring! Providing insights and knowledge on undergraduate research, Dr. Majid K. Sharifi will discuss topics such as diplomacy and international development. Dr. Majid K. Sharifi is an Iranian-American who has lived and worked in the United States for over 30 years. Although a citizen of … Read more
On May 1st, we hold our first Scholar Cafe of spring! Providing insights and knowledge on undergraduate research, Dr. Javier Ochoa-Reparaz will discuss topics such as working in a lab and NSF funding. Dr. Javier Ochoa-Reparaz’s research interests are focused on host-microbial gut interactions and the mechanisms of immunomodulation induced by gut symbionts in the context … Read more
EWU McNair Scholar, Nathan Blair, was accepted to the PhD program in Chemistry at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with funding. Nathan was selected from a competitive and diverse pool of applicants, and is excited about the prospect of researching with fellow McNair Scholar, David Nguyen. This is Nathan’s first acceptance. Way to go!
Angelica Garcia-Macias was accepted to the MIT Summer Research Program for the summer of 2019! This prestigious university offers this summer program for a small number of students from all over the country. Her acceptance into this program, which includes a variety of graduate school preparedness activities, collaboration between other scholars and faculty at one … Read more