Wichita State University McNair Scholars Program 1845 N. Fairmount Wichita, KS 67260-0199
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In 1978, Ronald E. McNair was one of thirty-five applicants selected for the astronaut program from a pool of ten-thousand. He was also nationally recognized for his work in the field of laser physics.
McNair Scholars Program Wichita State University Grace Wilkie Annex, Room 173B Campus Box 199 Wichita, KS 67260-0199 phone: (316) 978-3139 fax: (316) 978-3439 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Shukura Bakari-Cozart, Editor web site: webs.wichita.edu/mcnair
Staff: LaWanda Holt-Fields, Director Shukura Bakari-Cozart, Assistant Director/Counselor Sr. Administrative Assistant, Vicki Alfred
NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION 1. It is the stated policy of Wichita State University to prohibit discrimination in employment and in educational programs and activities because of race, color, religion, gender, age, marital status, national origin, sexual orientation, political affiliation, disabled/Vietnam-era veteran status or physical or mental disability. 2. In working to achieve and maintain a welcoming and discrimination free environment, it is necessary and appropriate that employees and students be encouraged to make complaints and concerns about perceived discriminatory behaviors known to University supervisors and officials. 3. Any University employee or student who in retaliatory conduct against a University employee or student who has filed a complaint alleging discrimination or otherwise exercised their rights and privileges against illegal discrimination will be subject to disciplinary actions pursuant to establish University procedures up to and including termination of employment or student status. 4. This prohibition against retaliatory conduct applies regardless of the merits of the initial complaint of illegal discrimination.
The McNair Scholars Program us funded through the US Department of Education, for $252,045.