Meeting Manpower Needs in Science and Technology: Graduate training in engineering, mathematics, and physical sciences, prepared by PSAC Panel on Scientific and Technical Manpower
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1962 - Cultural policy
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20 percent achieve advanced degrees bachelors centers of educational centers of excellence Committee believes construction Cost of education decade demand educational excellence efforts EMP doctorates EMP fields engineering doctorates estimated expanded facilities faculty Federal Government Federal support fellowships and training fiscal year 1964 fraction funds goals graduate education graduate study growth Harvard University highly trained Increase the number industry institutions levels matching principle mathematicians mathematics meet million NASA National Science Foundation non-Federal NSF Report NSF/SRPO number of students Office of Education Panel on Scientific physical sciences physical scientists present present programs problem Professor projections proposed program RECOMMENDED NATIONAL PROGRAM recommended program research and development research assistantships research grants Science Advisory Committee science and engineering science and technology scientific and technical scientific investment Scientific Progress scientists and engineers stipends student support technical manpower technicians tion total number training grants training in EMP trends undergraduate universities