OK.  This is different.  Data.

Larry

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Date: Mon, 09 Jan 2012 13:55:00 -0600
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Subject: Racial and Ethnic Diversity among U.S.-Educated Science, Engineering, and Health Doctorate Recipients: Methods of Reporting Diversity

Racial and Ethnic Diversity among U.S.-Educated Science, Engineering, and Health Doctorate Recipients: Methods of Reporting Diversity

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Publication GraphicAgencies and researchers have tabulated data on race and ethnicity in various ways over the years. This InfoBrief describes two common methods for tabulating race and ethnicity (minimum and maximum number reporting each race) and uses these methods to present the racial and ethnic diversity of the science, engineering, and health doctoral population. In 2008, 98.8% of the estimated 752,000 members of this population reported being a single race, and 1.2% reported being two or more races.


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