Join us for the EWU McNair Alumni Social Justice in Research Panel

Social Justice in Research with EWU McNair Alumni. Join us to hear these panelists June 2nd, 9 am.

McNair is a federally funded TRIO program intended to diversify academia by providing support to low income and first-generation students and/or students racially underrepresented in higher education on their path towards attaining a PhD. To date 41 EWU McNair alumni have gone on to earn their PhD and many are currently in graduate school getting … Read more

Meet Social Justice in Research Panelist – EWU McNair Alumna Dr. Laura Zamudio-Orozco

We are honored to have EWU McNair Alumna Dr. Laura Zamudio-Orozco, PhD, Assistant Professor of Mathematics and McNair Program Coordinator at Heritage University, joining us for our “Social Justice in Research” Plenary Session on June 2, at 9 am (register for free here). Dr. Zamudio-Orozco will join 3 other EWU McNair alumni in this panel … Read more

EWU McNair alum Dr. Laura Zamudio earns PhD; Serving as Winter/Spring 2020 Eastern McNair Interim Academic Advisor before joining Heritage University as an Assistant Professor of Math and McNair Program Coordinator

Dr. Laura Zamudio is an Eastern Washington University TRIO McNair alum who earned her bachelor’s degree from Eastern with a major in math education and a minor in Spanish. As an EWU McNair Scholar research intern, she completed two McNair research projects in math education with Dr. Gayle Milsaps in the summers of 2014 and … Read more

Congratulations to EWU McNair alum Dr. Lateasha Meyers for completing her PhD from Miami University and beginning a new position as STEM Student Support Services Coordinator at WSU!

Dr. Lateasha Meyers (née Lewis), is an Eastern Washington University TRIO McNair alum who completed her McNair research internship with Dr. Sue Wright in summer 2012: A Data Analysis: Bullying from Current Middle School Students Perspective as well as co-presented with Dr. Wright and Trevor Liebing: Keep Reaching for More Success: Engaging Middle School Youth … Read more