McNair Scholars

Ronald E. McNair was an African-American NASA mission specialist who perished in the 1986 Challenger disaster. McNair held a Ph.D. awarded from MIT in physics and his research investigated relationships between physics and martial arts. McNair was also a fifth-degree black belt karate instructor and a saxophonist. The McNair Scholars Program is named after the fallen Challenger astronaut. McNair Scholar Programs are committed to training talented first-generation, low-income undergraduates OR students from underrepresented minorities for successful admission into graduate school and completion of a Doctoral degree.
Kyle Thompson, 2020
  • “Methods of Nonprofit Advocacy for Black People in Columbus, Ohio”
Adrienna Hutchins, 2012
  • "Family Structure and Adolescent Delinquency"
Derris Cameron, 2011
  • "'Do It Yourself': Consumption, Identity and Community Within the DIY Subculture"
Katy Roth, 2011
  • "The Roles of Gender, Race, Family and Environment"

Updated: 02/02/2021 02:57PM