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The Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Scholars Program

2012-2013 Cohort

    Vanessa DelgadoVanessa Delgado, MA Major: Sociology Research Project: Domestic Violence Does Not Discriminate…Or Does It?: Domestic Violence Services for Latina Women Mentor: Dr. Linda Heidenreich Department: Critical Culture, Gender, and Race Studies PhD Program: Sociology, University of California, Irvine (In progress)
    Cassandra HowardCassandra Howard, MS Majors: Psychology, Sociology Research Project: Analyzing the Portrayal of Masculinity and Ethnicity among the Hawaiian Paniolo Dress Mentor: Dr. Linda Arthur Bradley Department: Apparel, Merchandising, Design, and Textiles MS Program: Design and Merchandising, Colorado State University Thesis Title: Understanding College Students’ Compulsive Buying Tendencies Across Shopping Channels: Psychological, Affective, And Social Perspectives.
Annette PeralesAnnette Perales, PhD Major: Psychology Research Project: Parent-Child communication and College Adjustment Mentor: Dr. Matthew Bumpus Department: Human Development Ph.D. Program: Counselor Education and Supervision, Western Michigan University (In progress) MA Program: Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Gonzaga University Research Experience: Read More Annette’s LinkedIn
Jeanette PeralesJeanette Perales, MA Major: Psychology Research Project: Foster Youth in College and Associative Factors of College Success Mentor: Dr. Olusola Adescope Department: Educational Psychology PhD Program: Counselor Education and Supervision at Western Michigan University (In progress) MA Program: Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Gonzaga University  Jeanette’s Linkedin
Sarah Point-MooreSarah Point-Moore, MA Major: Psychology Research interests: Emotional and Behavioral Disorders in Students Mentor: Dr. Lisa Carloye Department: Biological Sciences MA Program: CounselingWestern Washington University
Karina SilvaKarina Silva Garcia, PhD Majors: Human Development, Spanish Research Interests: Childhood obesity prevention in undeserved communities; parental influences on children’s eating habits Mentor: Dr. Thomas Power Department: Human Development and Prevention Sciences PhD Program: Prevention Sciences, Washington State University (2020) MA Program: Prevention Sciences, Washington State University