National Science Foundation
Rita R. Colwell
Directorate for Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences
Norman M. Bradburn
|Division of Science Resources Statistics|
|Lynda T. Carlson
|Mary J. Frase
Ronald S. Fecso
Human Resources Statistics Program
Mary J. Frase
Acting Program Director
Division of Science Resources Statistics
The Division of Science Resources Statistics (SRS) fulfills the legislative mandate of the National Science Foundation Act to ...
To carry out this mandate, SRS designs, supports, and directs periodic surveys as well as a variety of other data collections and research projects. These surveys yield the materials for SRS staff to compile, analyze, and disseminate quantitative information about domestic and international resources devoted to science, engineering, and technology.
If you have any comments or suggestions about this or any other SRS product or report, we would like to hear from you. Please direct your comments to:
National Science Foundation, Division of Science Resources Statistics, Characteristics of Recent Science and Engineering Graduates: 2001, NSF 04-302, Project Officer, John Tsapogas (Arlington, VA 2003).
SRS data are available through the World Wide Web (http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/). For more information about obtaining reports, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (301) 947-2722. For NSF's Telephonic Device for the Deaf, dial (703) 292-5090.
John Tsapogas of the Division of Science Resources Statistics (SRS) of the National Science Foundation had overall responsibility for conducting the survey and producing this report. Lucinda Gray of Westat was the study director, and Laurie Lewis of Westat was the associate director.
Ronald Fecso, Chief Statistician of SRS and J. Michael Brick of Westat provided valuable statistical advice that greatly enhanced the accuracy of the estimates presented in this report. Comments, reviews, and consultations were provided by Mary Frase, Acting Program Director of the Human Resources Statistics Program and Deputy Director, SRS. John R. Gawalt, Director, Information and Technology Services Program, and his Web team handled electronic publication.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) expresses its appreciation to the recent graduates who contributed their time by responding to this survey. NSF also extends its sincere appreciation to college administrators and other college officials who contributed their time and effort to this survey; their willingness to participate in the survey greatly enhanced the quality of this report.