The McNair Research Journal features the work of any McNair Program student scholars, who are recruited from underrepresented groups for graduate study level preparation.
The Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program was established by Congress in 1986 after the tragic explosion of the Space Shuttle Challenger that killed seven crew members, including Dr. McNair. This journal will be published annually and only in an online (electronic) format. It will be interdisciplinary in nature and will include certain multimedia projects that lend themselves to this format. This journal is open to all McNair scholars (national in scope) including current students, as well as recent alumni (within a 4-year post baccalaureate time frame.
For questions related to the journal, please email us at McNair.Map.Journal@gmail.com
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Call for Reviewers!
Thank you for your interest in serving as a Journal Reviewer for the McNair Research Journal!
This Journal will accept research manuscripts, creative expression projects, and reflection pieces. We are looking for reviewers with a wide range of expertise and an understanding of undergraduate research to provide critical feedback and help render decisions on acceptance.
Becoming a Reviewer for Undergraduate Research:
Getting involved in the peer review process can be a highly rewarding experience that can also improve your own research, your mentoring skills, and help to further your career.
The McNair Research Journal will accept scholar submissions beginning in September 1, 2023. Reviewers will receive assignments by mid-January, 2024 and will be asked to submit their completed reviews by March 31, 2024. As an ad-hoc reviewer, you would only be asked to review submissions that are within your expertise.
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