Women, minorities, a persons with disabilities have historically been underrepresented in scientific a engineering occupations. Some progress has been made over the last several decades, but there is still room for improvement. This report presents data on participation of underrepresented groups in science a engineering (SaE). It also documents factors important to success in SaE in precollege education, undergraduate a graduate education, a employment. The data a analyses presented can be used to track progress, develop policies to increase participation in SaE, a evaluate the effectiveness of such policies.Figusa#39;e 3-8, , Associate degrees to minorities in science and engineering, by race /ethnicity: 1985 and 1993 1.000 2, 000 3, 000 4.000 5, 000 6, 000 See- appendix table 3-23. tinued to earn an increasing number of associate degrees.
|Title||:||Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering, 1996|
|Author||:||Joan Burrelli, Carolyn Arena, Carolyn Shettle, Deborah Fort|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1996-05-01|