Status of African Americans in science & engineering in the United States
American Association for the Advancement of Science, Jan 1, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 10 pages
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African Ameri African American faculty African American students African Americans earn Americans in Science Assessment Governing Board awarded to African bachelor's degrees awarded Betty Census college degrees computer science computer scientists decades degree recipients Degrees Earned degrees in computer Department of Commerce disabilities doctoral degrees earned by African EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT faculty members fields Figure Grade HBCUs Health diagnosing occupations Hispanic American Male Female managerial master's degrees mathematical and computer mathematics achievement median age million Minorities in Engineering minority group National Assessment Governing Native Americans natural science number of African parity percent in 1992 percent of engineers Percent Women Ph.D Professional Specialty Proficiency Scores Race and Age retaining minority faculty Science & Engineering science and engineering Scientist & Engineers Scores by Race Source STATUS OF AFRICAN students in mathematics U.S. Bureau U.S. Department U.S. population United States Status Verbal Math Vetter white Americans white students Women Among African women earn workforce