McNair Scholars

McNair Staff

 

Dr. Reyes Rodriguez

Ángel L. Reyes-Rodríguez, Ph.D.

 

Director
Phone: 216.802.3391
Email: a.reyesrodriguez@csuohio.edu

Ángel graduated with a B.S. in Biology from the University of Puerto Rico, and was a research scholar as part of the post-baccalaureate research education program at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU). He obtained a Ph.D. in Molecular Virology from CWRU and did a post-doctoral fellowship at Lerner Research Institute, Cleveland Clinic. Ángel has been an active member of academic and professional organizations focused on professional development, engagement, and advocacy. He is excited for the opportunity to contribute to the development of a diverse group of future Ph.Ds., bringing together the resources needed to support the McNair Scholars in their academic pursuits.


Autumn Blatt

Autumn Blatt, B.A.

 

Graduate Assistant
Phone: 216.802.3360
Email: mcnairga2@csuohio.edu

Autumn’s mission in working with the McNair Scholars Program is to empower scholars from under-represented backgrounds with the knowledge that they absolutely belong, and furthermore, that they have the potential too change academia for the better with their unique perspectives and experiences


Quendresa Demiri

Quendresa Demiri, B.A.

 

Graduate Assistant
Phone: 216.802.3360
Email: mcnairga3@csuohio.edu

Quendresa’s mission in working with the McNair Scholars Program is to encourage diverse, first generation students to preform their absolute best in their acedemic journey, knowing that the McNair Program is here with all the essentials needed for them to succeed.  


 

Fritz

Jonathan Fritz, B.S.

 

Graduate Assistant
Phone: 216.802.3360
Email: mcnairga1@csuohio.edu

 

My mission in being part of the McNair Scholars Program is to show and help scholars that come from under-represented backgrounds similar to myself that our diversity is desperately need in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. I want them to know that we are the future and are need for the advancement of the Sciences in Academia and the private sector.