Session 2J

McNair Session - The Art of Learning: From Algebra to Prejudice

3:30 PM to 5:15 PM | Moderated by Stewart Tolnay
Add to my favorites Does Perceiving Asian Americans as Experiencing Prejudice Facilitate Greater Inclusion of Asian Americans in the Racial Minority Category?
Presenter
  • Santino Camacho, Senior, Psychology McNair Scholar, UW Honors Program
Mentors
  • Sapna Cheryan, Psychology
  • Linda Zou, Psychology

Add to my favorites How Experience with Oppression Influences Diversity Initiative Evaluations
Presenter
  • Mi'lexus Nychelle (Mi'Lexus) Milton, Junior, Psychology, Communication McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Helena Rabasco, Psychology

Add to my favorites Effects of Exposure to Stereotypes in Entertainment Television on Implicit BiasesĀ 
Presenter
  • Samantha Kellar, Senior, Psychology, Portland State University McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Cynthia Mohr, Psychology, Portland State University

Add to my favorites Creating a More Effective Jazz Improvisation: The First Three Semesters
Presenter
  • Shelby Andrist, Senior, Mathematics Education, Music,, Bemidji State University McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Del Lyren, Music, Bemidji State University

Add to my favorites The Nature and Function of Questions Related to Polynomials and Nonlinear Functions in Algebra 1 Textbooks: Implications for Diverse Learners
Presenter
  • Monique Wilkins, Senior, Psychology, Texas A&M Univ Commerce McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Brittany Hott, Psychology, Counseling & Special Education, Texas A&M University-Commerce

Add to my favorites Playing Baroque Flute Music; A Method Book for Instruction
Presenter
  • Cameron Trott, Senior, Music Performance, Instrumental , Bemidji State University McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Susan Nelson, Music, Bemidji State University