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Title Slide Words: Shaping the Workforce: NSF Graduate Student Support
Dr. Kathie L. Olsen, Deputy Director, National Science Foundation
December 8, 2006 -- Washington, DC

Slide Image: Seven images in circles connected by lines to the National Science Foundation logo in the lower left corner
Left to right: a computer-generated gear-shaped object; photo of an electrical engineering graduate research assistant working with a physics undergraduate (both are wearing lab coats); photo of a graduate student helping a younger student in the Garden Mosaics Program take a photo; a microscopic photo showing in ultraviolet light the cross-section of a stem and seven small leaves from an Australian Beefwood (Casuarina cunninghamiana); a 3-D nanostructure called "Nano Trees"; photo of an associate professor and a Ph.D. student, who work on the size of DNA toroids; a simulation of what the hypothetical Higgs boson might look like

Credits (left to right): DTM, Inc.; WVNano, West Virginia University; Mark Whitmore; Gregory Johnson, from Arizona State University's School of Life Sciences Ask a Biologist Web site (; © Ghim Wei Ho and Prof. Mark Welland, Nanostructure Center, University of Cambridge; Gary Meek, Georgia Tech; DESY Hamburg

Design by Adrian Apodaca, National Science Foundation

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