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UM a Leader in Black Ph.D.'s

UM a Leader in Black Ph.D.'s

A National Science Foundation report reveals the University of Maryland is a leader in producing black undergraduates who go on to earn Ph.D.'s in science and engineering. Among Traditionally White Institutions, only Harvard, with 73 Ph.D. recipients from its undergraduate programs, eclipsed Maryland, which had 72. The University of California-Berkeley (64), the University of Virginia (63), University of Michigan (62), MIT (58) and the University of North Carolina (54) followed.

September 10, 2008


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