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The Importance and Impact of Funding Science Programs at Minority Institutions

  • Miles Mark Fisher

Abstract

The past few years have resulted in the raising to national consciousness of the need to encourage more blacks and other minorities to pursue science-oriented careers. With this thrust has come a recognition of the importance and impact of funding science programs at minority institutions. Minorities in general have not fared well in their participation in the various science-oriented disciplines in American higher education. Blacks in particular have indeed been limited in their participation.

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Minority Student Black College American High Education Baccalaureate Degree Mark Fisher 
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References

  1. Astin, A. W., King, M. R., and Richardson, G. T. “The American freshman,” national norms for fall, 1975. Cooperative Institution Research Program, American Council on Education and the University of California at Los Angeles, 1975, p. 44.Google Scholar
  2. Institute for Services to Education, Inc. Management Information System News, Research Profile Preliminary. Fall 1975. Report on enrollment in historically black colleges, 1975, p. 2.Google Scholar

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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1977

Authors and Affiliations

  • Miles Mark Fisher
    • 1
  1. 1.National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher EducationUSA

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