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Posted by: Michael Mandel on November 27
According to a new report from the National Science Foundation, science and engineering doctorates hit an all-time high in 2005. Fields reaching new highs include biological sciences, engineering, mathematics, and computer sciences.
Post-9/11, there is little evidence of a decline in the number of or growth in noncitizens earning S&E doctorates from U.S. institutions…For the entire period from 2001 to 2005, S&E doctorates awarded to noncitizens increased by 25% and accounted for virtually all of the overall growth in S&E doctorate awards during the period
Hmmm….are these still the people who were in the pipeline before 9/11?
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