2016 McNair Scholar Camerun Washington, a 2017 Winthrop graduate, being interviewed by Winthrop Close-Up about his research during an April poster presentation. McNair scholars may present their research throughout the year.
2016 McNair Scholar Camerun Washington, a 2017 Winthrop graduate, being interviewed by Winthrop Close-Up about his research during an April poster presentation. McNair scholars may present their research throughout the year. Winthrop University Contributed photo
2016 McNair Scholar Camerun Washington, a 2017 Winthrop graduate, being interviewed by Winthrop Close-Up about his research during an April poster presentation. McNair scholars may present their research throughout the year. Winthrop University Contributed photo

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