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Women, Minorities and Persons with Disabilities
in Science and Engineering: 2002
Introduction Chapter 1: Precollege Education Chapter 2: Undergraduate Enrollment Chapter 3: Undergraduate Degrees Chapter 4: Graduate Enrollment Chapter 5: Graduate Degrees Chapter 6: Employment Technical Notes Appendix Tables

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Chapter 1. Precollege Education
Chapter 2. Undergraduate Enrollment
Chapter 3. Undergraduate Degrees
Chapter 4. Graduate Enrollment
Chapter 5. Graduate Degrees
Chapter 6. Employment


 
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Chapter 1.  Precollege Education  top of page
1-1 Percentage of high school graduates taking selected science and mathematics courses in high school, by race/ethnicity: 1998
1-2 Percentage of 4th, 8th, 12th graders agreeing with the statements "I like mathematics" and "I am good at mathematics," by sex: 2000
1-3 Percentage of students ages 6 to 21 with disabilities, by type of educational environment: 1990–98
1-4 Percentage of 25- to 29-year-olds who had completed high school, by race/ethnicity: 1990–99

Chapter 2.  Undergraduate Enrollment  top of page  
2-1 Percentage of 25- to 29-year-old high school completers with some college, by race/ethnicity: 1990-2000
2-2 U.S. population ages 18 to 24, by race/ethnicity: July 1990-99 and projections to 2010
2-3 Percentage of academic year 1995/96 undergraduates who reported any disability and the percentage reporting each disability type: 1996
2-4 Percentage of undergraduate engineering students who are members of minority groups: 1990-99

Chapter 3.  Undergraduate Degrees  top of page  
3-1 Bachelor's and associate's degrees awarded in computer science, by sex: 1990-98
3-2 Bachelor's degrees awarded in S&E and non-S&E fields, by sex: 1990-98
3-3 Percentage of bachelor's degrees earned in S&E, by race/ethnicity: 1990-98
3-4 Percentage of all bachelor's degrees awarded in various S&E fields, by race/ethnicity: 1998

Chapter 4.  Graduate Enrollment  top of page  
4-1 S&E graduate students, by sex: 1990–99
4-2 Proportion of S&E graduate students who are women, by field: 1990 and 1999
4-3 Minority S&E graduate students, by race/ethnicity: 1990–99
4-4 Field distribution of S&E graduate students, by race/ethnicity: 1999
4-5 Field distribution of graduate students, by disability status: 1996

Chapter 5.  Graduate Degrees  top of page  
5-1 Master's degrees awarded in S&E and non-S&E fields, by sex: 1990-98
5-2 Percentage of S&E master's degrees earned by minority groups: 1990-98
5-3 Percentage of S&E master's degrees earned by women, by race/ethnicity: 1998
5-4 Doctoral degrees awarded in S&E and non-S&E fields, by sex: 1990-99
5-5 Doctoral degrees in S&E, by race/ethnicity: 1990-99
5-6 Percentage of doctoral degrees awarded in S&E and non-S&E fields, by race/ethnicity: 1999
5-7 Percentages of doctoral degrees awarded in S&E to blacks and to Hispanics, by type of baccalaureate-origin institution: 1995-99
5-8 Types of disability reported by S&E doctorate recipients with disabilities: 1999

Chapter 6.  Employment  top of page  
6-1 Percentage of employed scientists and engineers in S&E occupations, by sex, race/ethnicity, and disability status: 1999
6-2 Percentage distribution by highest degree of those employed in S&E occupations within each racial/ethnic group: 1999
6-3 Percentage of employed scientists and engineers engaged in work-related training, by type of occupation, sex, race/ethnicity, and disability status: 1999
6-4 Spouse's employment status of married scientists and engineers, by sex: 1999
6-5 Age distribution of scientists and engineers, by disability status: 1999


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