McNair Scholars Graduating Cohort 2020-2021 Graduate/PhD Program Graduates & Acceptances for Fall 2021

Dr. Ronald E. McNair, the second African American to fly in space and one of the seven-person crew on the Space Shuttle Challenger in January 28, 1986.

The Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program (McNair Scholars Program) is pleased to announce the graduation of scholars from doctoral and master’s programs, and the acceptance of 2020-2021 undergraduates into graduate and PhD. programs for Fall 2021.

2020-2021 McNair Ed.D./Doctoral/Master’s Graduates


FSU Alumni
InstitutionDegree
Brandon Elmore 2014 McNair CohortThe Pennsylvania State UniversityPh.D. Higher Education, 2020
Karlesia Montague 2013 McNair CohortUniversity of North Carolina- CharlottePh.D. Counselor Education, 2020
Giovanna Bermudez- Quiroz
2015 McNair Cohort
University of FloridaDoctor of Medicine- Dentistry, 2021
Meaonka Hadden
2018 McNair Cohort
Temple UniversityMaster of Criminal Justice, 2021
Andre Harris
2018 McNair Cohort
University of HoustonMaster of Social Work, 2021
Shaniqua Moore
2019 McNair Cohort
UNC- Chapel HillMaster of Social Work, 2021
Demetria Murphy
2019 McNair Cohort
NC State UniversityMaster of Social Work, 2021

2020-2021 FSU McNair Graduates & Graduate Program Acceptances

StudentAcceptancesAttending
Kemryn Allen-PerryNorth Carolina Central University, Chemistry MS ProgramNCCU
Brittany DossArizona State University, Counseling Psychology PhD Program, University of Missouri Counseling Psychology Master ProgramArizona State University
Crystal GrahamNorth Carolina Central University, Biological Sciences MS ProgramNCCU
Stefanie HouseUniversity of Arizona, Master of Public Health ProgramUniversity of Arizona
Yolonda MillerBoston University, MS Program Biomedical Forensic ScienceBoston University
Malia WhiteNorth Carolina A & T University Bioengineering MS Program; and East Carolina UniversityNorth Carolina A & T


Former FSU-McNair Scholars Acceptances for Fall 2021 PhD. Programs

StudentAttending
Andre HarrisUniversity of Houston  Ph.D. Social Work Program 

The Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program (McNair Scholars Program) is named in honor of Dr. Ronald E. McNair, the second African American to fly in space and one of the seven-person crew who died on the ill-fated Space Shuttle Challenger on January 28, 1986.  It is one of the TRiO programs federally funded by the U.S. Department of Education to provide a comprehensive Ph.D. preparatory program for first-generation, low-income, and/or underrepresented minority college students to pursue graduate studies.  

The McNair Scholars Program staff is incredibly proud of all students’ accomplishments and wish them continued success in their educational pursuits.

For more information please contact McNair Program Office at (910) 672-2162.