Congratulations Eastern Washington University student Christina Hudson! Christina has been selected as an EWU McNair Scholar and awarded a summer research internship. McNair Scholars must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, are first generation college students and low-income and/or underrepresented students, and are selected for their promise as scholars and commitment to attaining a PhD. Christina is double majoring in English studies and Africana studies, and minoring in religious studies. Prior to attending EWU, she graduated from Spokane Falls Community College with an Associate of Art degree. Christina is interested in decolonizing religious studies with a focus on ancient African religious texts. For her EWU McNair Summer Research Internship, Christina intends to shift the way we view the contributions of people of color to the development of civilization throughout history, while under the mentorship of Dr. Okera Nsombi.
We're so excited to have Christina join us as a McNair Scholar!