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cover073114In this issue of Diverse, we look at  STEM, or the science, technology, engineering and math disciplines.   We take a deeper look at what higher education leaders are doing to boost the number of American Indians earning Ph.D.s. We also look at the success of a San Jacinto College program that promotes STEM among its underserved minority students. Among other feature articles, we look at the emerging tech scene in Washington, D.C., and what stakeholders are doing to keep diversity at the forefront.

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