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Experts: More Focus Needed on Guiding Native Americans to Doctoral Programs

Higher Ed stakeholders are looking to boost the number of Native Americans earning Ph.D.s and their representation in the STEM fields.

Bjong Wolf Yeigh says that about half of the student body is made up of first-generation college attendees and that about 43 percent of the student body are students of color.

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Assistant secretary of education, College Board president among those weighing in on diversity in STEM.

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Two top universities from Israel and China announced Monday that they are starting a $300 million research project focused on nanotechnologies.

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Chiang’s use of statistics helped transform the health care field, impacted analyses of public health issues and underscored why biostatistics deserved to become its own discipline.

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Howard University has maintained it lead as the top producer of on-campus doctoral degrees awarded by Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

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This 2014 Emerging Scholar is not only a chemical engineering professor and university administrator, but she is also a vocal supporter of women and African-Americans in STEM.

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The all-encompassing center consolidates various programs and STEM-related offerings under one roof to increase recruitment, retention and success.

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System Breakdown

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Number of minority faculty members in STEM education still waning.

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Summer of STEM

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Despite tightening budgets, colleges and universities push STEM summer programs.

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