Analyzes how well historically black colleges and universities are educating and training undergraduates in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, and examines ways they can enlarge their science and technology programs.
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Title: Igniting Potential: Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
Publication date 2005-09-02
Publication Year 2005
Southern Education Foundation
North America / United States
, STEM fields
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