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Title Description Author/Citation
A Data-Based Assessment of Research-Doctorate Programs in the United States This report includes two different types of rankings for each program as well as a huge amount of data about faculty research productivity and student experiences, including measures of gender and ethnic diversity, gathered from more than 5,000 doctoral programs in 62 academic fields at 212 universities.
Author/Citation: Jeremiah P. Ostriker, Charlotte V. Kuh, and James A. Voytuk, eds. Committee to Assess Research-Doctorate Programs; National Research Council. 2011.
Jeremiah P. Ostriker, Charlotte V. Kuh, and James A. Voytuk, eds. Committee to Assess Research-Doctorate Programs; National Research Council. 2011.
A Retrospective on Undergraduate Engineering Success for Underrepresented Minority Students This paper examines factors contributing to the success of minorities in engineering programs by exploring past and current paradigms promoting success and analyzing models for advancing minority participation. This review suggests that the issue is solvable given the appropriate resources and collective national effort.
Author/Citation: Gary S. May, Daryl E. Chubin. Journal of Engineering Education. January 2003, 92:1; 27–39.
Gary S. May, Daryl E. Chubin. Journal of Engineering Education. January 2003, 92:1; 27–39.
AGEP Resources and Tools A collection assembled by a number of universities dedicated to increasing the number of underrepresented minorities obtaining graduate degrees in STEM.
Author/Citation: AGEP
AGEP
Are Women the Mining Industry’s Most Underdeveloped Resource? As this article points out, today’s mining companies are finding that in addition to bringing valuable skills, female leaders are good for the bottom line.
Author/Citation: Lisa Marshall, Mines (Colorado School of Mines), April 25, 2014.
Lisa Marshall, Mines (Colorado School of Mines), April 25, 2014.
Assuring the U.S. Department of Defense a Strong Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Workforce According to researchers, however, the STEM activities of the Department of Defense (DOD) are a diminishing yet critical part of the nation's overall science and engineering enterprise. This report presents five principal recommendations for attracting, retaining, and managing highly qualified STEM talent based on an examination of the current STEM workforce of the DOD and the defense industrial base.
Author/Citation: Committee on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Workforce Needs for the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Defense Industrial Base; Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences; Board on Higher Education and Workforce; Policy and Global Affairs; National Research Council. 2012.
Committee on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Workforce Needs for the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Defense Industrial Base; Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences; Board on Higher Education and Workforce; Policy and Global Affairs; National Research Council. 2012.
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