Posts tagged: STEM - Diverse

The Top 100 Interpreting the Data

by Victor M.H. Borden and Pamela C. Brown | July 13, 2006
Substantial growth continues in both the number and percentage of students of color obtaining m [...] Read more

Doctoral Program Produces 300th Minority Graduate

by Diverse staff reports | July 6, 2006
A program created in 1993 to stem the shortage of minority faculty at university campuses, espe [...] Read more

Survey: CEOs Fear International

by Ibram Rogers | June 1, 2006
Chief executive officers of the country’s 100 fastest-growing science and technology companie [...] Read more

Companies Fail To See Value of Minority, Women Scientists

by Ibram Rogers | May 12, 2006
Chief executive officers of the country’s 100 fastest-growing science and technology companie [...] Read more

Survey: American Girls Aren’t Interested in STEM Careers

by Ronald Roach | April 6, 2006
The Chicago-based Society of Women Engineers has released a survey that indicates 75 percent of [...] Read more

Minority Students Face Obstacles Earning STEM Degrees, Says ACE Study

by Shilpa Banerji | April 4, 2006
Black and Hispanic students are just as interested in careers in the science, technology, engin [...] Read more

A Crisis Is a Terrible Thing to Waste

by Arthur G. Affleck | February 9, 2006
In his best-selling book The World Is Flat, New York Times foreign affairs columnist Thomas Fri [...] Read more

Science, Technology High Schools to Open in Texas As Part of Statewide Initiative

by Staff and News Wire Report | January 12, 2006
The Texas High School Project (THSP) — supported by the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation.. [...] Read more

Government Questions Effectiveness Of STEM Expenditures

by Staff and News Wire Report | November 17, 2005
About $2.8 billion from nearly every federal cabinet department went into 207 education program [...] Read more

SEF Report Finds Black Colleges Helping To Meet Nation’s Science Imperatives

by Staff and News Wire Report | October 6, 2005
Black colleges in the South are producing close to one-fourth of the nation’s African-America [...] Read more

Princeton Changes Tenure Policy To Stem ‘Mommy Trap’

by Staff | September 22, 2005
Princeton University has adopted a new policy that automatically grants male and female faculty [...] Read more

SEF Report Finds Black Colleges Helping Meet Nation’s Science Imperatives

by Staff and News Wire Report | September 13, 2005
Black colleges in the South are producing close to one-fourth of... [...] Read more

Business Groups Push to Increase STEM Graduates

by Staff and News Wire Report | September 8, 2005
Describing our “scientific and technical capacity” as one that’s “beginning to atrophy [...] Read more

Report: More Effort From NSF Needed For Science and Engineering Diversity

by Staff and News Wire Report |
In a newly released report, “Broadening the Participation in America’s Science and Engineer [...] Read more

The Top 100: Interpreting The Data

by Dr. Victor M. H. Borden, Pamela C. Brown and Amy K. Garver | September 7, 2005
Black Issues examines the Top 100 institutions that awarded graduate degrees during the 2003-20 [...] Read more