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  • Numbers of women, minorities in math, science don't add up, researchers say

    Casey George-Jackson, an adjunct faculty member in the College of Education, indicates that more women and minorities are being educated in STEM fields than prior studies have indicated, if a broader view is taken of the disciplines considered STEM.

    Casey George-Jackson, an adjunct faculty member in the College of Education, indicates that more women and minorities are being educated in STEM fields than prior studies have indicated, if a broader view is taken of the disciplines considered STEM.

    Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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      Casey George-Jackson, an adjunct faculty member in the College of Education, indicates that more women and minorities are being educated in STEM fields than prior studies have indicated, if a broader view is taken of the disciplines considered STEM.

      Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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