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AGEP Impact Statements & U.S. National STEM Trends. AGEP Impact Statements & NSF Highlights Questions:. AGEP contributions to the National STEM Data as reflected by the following levels: Individual AGEP Alliances Partner Institutions within AGEP Alliances

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AGEP Impact Statements &

U.S. National STEM Trends

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AGEP Impact Statements & NSF Highlights Questions:

  • AGEP contributions to the National STEM Data as reflected by the following levels:
    • Individual AGEP Alliances
    • Partner Institutions within AGEP Alliances
    • Departments within AGEP Alliances
    • Regional AGEP Alliances
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AGEP Impact Statements & U.S. National Trends:

  • AGEP contributions compared to National STEM Trends in the following areas:
    • STEM Ph.D. Graduate Enrollment
    • STEM Ph.D. Recipients
    • STEM Time-to-Degree Rates
      • (CGS Completion Project Data)
    • Workforce Development
      • (Tenure Track, Industry, Post Doc., etc)
major field of study doctorate recipients by citizenship race ethnicity 2006
Major Field of Study Doctorate Recipients by Citizenship, Race/Ethnicity: 2006

Note: A total of 417 U.S. Institutions Submitted Data for the Period of (July 1, 2005 – June 30, 2006)*Underrepresented Minorities (URM) Includes Black, American Indian, and HispanicSource: NSF Survey of Earned Doctorates, Appendix Table A-2 (Revised June 2008); pp. 119-127

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U.S. Citizens Doctorate Recipients In Engineering By Race/Ethnicity: 2000-2006

Source: NSF Survey of Earned Doctorates, Table 9 (Revised June 2008)

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Black Doctorate Recipients In Engineering By Gender : 2000-2006

Sources: NSF Survey of Earned Doctorates, Table 9 (Revised June 2008); U.S. Citizens – Excludes Permanent Residents NSF Survey of Earned Doctorate Report Compiled by Joan Burrelli (September 5 2008)

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Hispanic Engineering Doctorate Recipients By Gender: 2002-2006

Sources: NSF Survey of Earned Doctorates, Table 9 (Revised June 2008); U.S. Citizens – Excludes Permanent Residents NSF Survey of Earned Doctorate Report Compiled by Joan Burrelli (September 5 2008)

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Native American Engr. Doctorate Recipients By Gender: 2000-2006

Sources: NSF Survey of Earned Doctorates, Table 9 (Revised June 2008); U.S. Citizens – Excludes Permanent Residents Women, Minorities and Persons with Disabilities in Science & Engineering: Table F-11 (October 2007)

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NSF Highlights Examples For AGEP Alliances:

  • AGEP Fellows conducting cutting-edge research, international collaborations, etc.
  • AGEP Fellows working with:
    • Nobel Laureates
    • MacArthur Fellows
    • Presidential Awards for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring (PAESMEM)
  • AGEP Fellows research productivity such as publications, grants, patents, etc.
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Disseminating AGEP Alliances Impact:

Above: Victor Vega, Iowa AGEP Math Ph.D. graduate with his advisor Dr. Paul Muhly.

Below: Ticora Jones receives her Ph.D. in Polymer Science and Engineering from the University of Massachusetts.

Above: Mississippi AGEP Math PhD Graduates, Latonya Garner (left) and Stephanie Keeton.

SUNY AGEP students with the University’s Nobel Laureates.

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