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National Science Foundation, Division of Science Resources Studies,Science and Engineering Doctorate Awards: 1996, Detailed Statistical Tables, NSF 97-329, by Susan T. Hill (Arlington, VA, 1997).

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Tabulations were prepared by Quantum Research Corp. for the National Research Council, under a contract for the National Science Foundation. The project manager for this report was Susan T. Hill.


Acknowledgments

The development of Science and Engineering Doctorate Awards: 1996 was managed by Susan T. Hill, Analyst, National Science Foundation (NSF), Division of Science Resources Studies (SRS), Human Resources Statistics Program (HRS), under the overall direction of Mary J. Golladay, Program Director, NSF, SRS, HRS and Jeanne E. Griffith, Division Director. Anne Houghton, Julia Harriston, and Tanya Gore of the Publications Management Group of SRS, provided copyediting, processing, and final composition for this report. The report was reviewed within NSF by Melissa Pollak and Rolf Lehming of SRS, Eleanor Thomas of the Office of Policy Support, and Myles Boylan of the Directorate for Education and Human Resources. Quantum Research Corp. (QRC) of Bethesda, MD, under contract with the National Research Council, prepared the tables. QRC staff members who worked on this project were Heidi L. Clark, Teresa L. Grimes, and George J. Nozicka.


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