Posture of National Science Foundation: Hearing Before the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, One Hundred First Congress, First Session, April 11, 1991, Volume 4
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1991 - Educational change - 62 pages
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academic activities adequate administration agencies appropriate APRIL 11 Argonne National Laboratory astronomy award balance basic research Boucher Chairman challenges COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE Computing Congress continue coordinated Director education and human engineering education engineering research EPSCoR faculty Fawell FCCSET Federal Foundation's funding Gilchrest goal going grants hearing high school Hispanics human resource development Illinois important improving science increase infrastructure initiative instrumentation investments John Bardeen Kopetski look forward Magnetic Resonance Imaging Massey math and science million Nagle national facilities National Science Board National Science Foundation NRAO NSF budget NSF's opening statement Packard participation percent priorities problem proposals question recommendations research and education responsibilities Rohrabacher role RON PACKARD science and engineering science and math Science and Technology science education scientific scientists and engineers sector SGER Subcommittee Superconducting Super Collider superconductivity teacher preparation Thank tion U.S. science undergraduate WALTER MASSEY