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Shaping the Workforce: NSF Graduate Student Support, Text Slide 4 of 13

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Slide Image: Twelve photos of scientists working in jobs not classified as Science and Engineering occupations. The following people are shown labeled with their professions and scientific training:
Jimmy Carter, Former President, Nuclear Physics
Christine Vito, Patent Attorney, Developmental Neuroendocrinology
France Cordova, University Chancellor, Physics
Nicolle Rager Fuller, Science Illustrator, Biochemistry
Vernon Ehlers, Congressman, Nuclear Physics
Katharine Jefferts Schori, Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop, Biology, oceanography
Colin Powell, Former Secretary of State, Geology
Neysa Call, Speechwriter, Plant Biology
Jonathan Schwartz, Fortune 500 CEO, Economics, mathematics
Bill Nye, Television Personality, Mechanical Engineering
Kathryn Sullivan, Former Astronaut, Geology, earth sciences
Cora Marrett, University Senior VP, Sociology

Credits (left to right): Courtesy of Jimmy Carter Library (Carter); courtesy of Kirkpatrick & Lockhart Nicholson Graham LLP (Vito); courtesy of UC Riverside (Cordova); Gwendolyn Morgan, National Science Foundation (Fuller); office of Congressman Vernon J. Ehlers (Ehlers); ENS photo by Robert Williams (Schori); U.S. State Department (Powell); courtesy of Neysa Call (Call); Sun Microsystems Inc. (Schwartz); Rex Rystedt (Nye); COSI Columbus (Sullivan); University of Wisconsin (Marrett)
Design by Adrian Apodaca, National Science Foundation

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