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Ronald E. McNair Post Baccalaureate Achievement ProgramWelcome to the Ronald E. McNair Post Baccalaureate Achievement Program
526 5th Street
Cheney, WA 99004
Acknowledgement to Mentor:
"I would like to extend my gratitude to Dr. Ryan Sain for the dedication and support he demonstrated while helping me to reach to my research goal. With his guidance I have learned to exhibit greater flexibility in managing various components of research. I am grateful to have been provided just enough autonomy as to encourage and challenge me to develop an individuated perspective and voice. Such skills will undoubtedly aid me in my future educational endeavors."
Lisa Coyle is grateful for the opportunity to participate in the joys and challenges of higher education. She believes that success is a community-shared endeavor, and welcomes a day when she will formally teach. Presently she is achieving a B.A in psychology. She is particularly fascinated by the human brain and the role of perception in our daily lives. Several of her related interests include mindfulness, Compassion Focused Therapy, intercultural communication, and environmental science.
She has earned an A.A.S in Social Services and A.A. degree from Spokane Falls Community College, where she graduated near the top of her class. She is a member of Psi Chi International Honor Society and a recipient of the Washington Award for Vocational Excellence. Some of her hobbies include reading, gardening, hiking along Spokane River, and supporting local artists.
TRiO McNair Research Internship:_________________________________________________________ _
Conference Presentations:_______________________________________________________________ _
Honors and Awards:______________________________________________________________________
- McNair Scholar Summer Internship, Awarded $2,800. The goal of the McNair Program is to increase the attainment of PhD degrees by students from underrepresented segments of society. (2014)