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McNair Program Receives Spirit of Superior Award

Posted on Sep 22, 2009
The McNair Scholars Program at the University of Wisconsin-Superior was awarded the Spirit of Superior Award

The McNair Scholars Program at the University of Wisconsin-Superior was awarded the Spirit of Superior Award, which is "given to individuals/departments who actively demonstrate & model on a daily and consistent basis the values of UW-Superior and who, as a result, are making a difference in the campus climate and the lives of those who work and study on campus."  The McNair Program has proudly served the Superior community since the fall of 1999, having worked with 110 undergraduate students who were interested in the pursuit of a graduate degree. Currently, three Scholars have received their doctoral degrees, while 12 students are enrolled in doctoral degrees including math, molecular neuroscience, education, zoology, folklore studies, clinical psychology, and wildlife sciences. Additionally, 21 Scholars have completed their master's degrees while 16 are currently enrolled in master's degree programs.  Ninety two students who have participated in the McNair Program have graduated with a bachelor's degree.  Of those, 25 have completed a graduate program, and 30 are currently enrolled in graduate programs. "The McNair Scholars Program has truly been an unquestioned success," Dr. Christopher Markwood, Provost. For those interested in the McNair Scholars Program, applications are now available online or in OM 340 and are due on October 30, 2009.

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