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The AGEP Program has led to Dramatic Increases in the Annual Number of URMs Receiving STEM PhDs from 2000/01 to 2007/08 Prepared by Yolanda S. George and.

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1 The AGEP Program has led to Dramatic Increases in the Annual Number of URMs Receiving STEM PhDs from 2000/01 to 2007/08 Prepared by Yolanda S. George and Shirley M. Malcom, PhD AAAS Patricia B. Campbell, PhD, Tom Kibler, and Jennifer L. Weisman, PhD, Campbell-Kibler Associates, Inc. March 2009

2 About Data Collection and Analysis of the Average Annual Number of STEM PhDs Awarded to URMs at AGEP Institutions (2000/01 to 2007/08) A. Data in the AGEP PhD Info Brief report was collected up to February 2009 B. To reduce the volatility of the annual data, the data were grouped into three categories, and the average annual number was calculated for each of the three categories. Early AGEP Years (2000/01 to 2002/03); Mid-AGEP Years (2003/04 to 2005/06); and Current AGEP Years (2006/07 to 2007/08).

3 C. Also, data were collected and analyzed by race/ethnicity, gender, and citizenship for the following fields: (a) Biological & Agricultural Sciences (b) Chemistry (c) Computer Engineering (d) Computer Sciences (e) Earth, Atmospheric, and Ocean Sciences (including Geosciences, Environmental Sciences) (f) Economics (g) Engineering (including Electrical Engineering; excluding Computer Engineering) (h) Interdisciplinary Sciences (i) Mathematics (including Mathematical Statistics) (j) Other Physical Sciences (including Astronomy, Physics) (k) Other Social Sciences (l) Political Science (m) Psychology (excluding Clinical Psychology) (n) Sociology

4 AGEP Data Submission Overview: institutions submitted some data. 59 submitted data on New Enrollees from , including 45 who submitted data on new PhD enrollees. 65 submitted data on All Enrollees from , including 45 who submitted data on PhD enrollees. 66 submitted data on PhD Recipients from submitted data on Advance to Candidacy from submitted data on post PhD plans of under-represented PhD recipients from NOTE: Updated/corrected data are included in any analysis done after their submission. This means there may be minor changes in results when new analysis is done.

5 Changes in STEM PhDs Awarded to URMs Early AGEP ( / ) to Current AGEP ( / )

6 Percent Change in STEM PhD Recipients Early AGEP ( / ) to Current AGEP ( / )

7 Changes in STEM PhD Recipients Early AGEP ( / ), Mid-AGEP ( / ), Current AGEP ( / ) N=66Early AGEP Mid- AGEP Current AGEP Early/ Current Change All URM (including UC URM) /34% UC URM /32% Other US Students (including UC) 5,6206,1996, /22%

8 Changes in All Natural Sciences & Engineering PhD Recipients Early AGEP ( / ), Mid-AGEP ( / ), Current AGEP ( / ) N=66Early AGEP Mid- AGEP Current AGEP Early/ Current Change All URM (including UC URM) /50% UC URM /50% Other US Students (including UC) 4,1654,7905,4561,291/31%

9 Changes in New STEM URM Graduate Student Enrollment Early AGEP ( / ) to Current AGEP ( / )

10 Percent Change in New STEM Graduate Student Enrollment Early AGEP ( / ) to Current AGEP ( / )

11 Changes in New STEM Graduate Student Enrollment Early AGEP ( / ), Mid-AGEP ( / ), Current AGEP ( / ) N=59Early AGEP Mid- AGEP Current AGEP Early/ Current Change All URM (including UC URM) 2,3142,6562,707393/17% UC URM /26% Other US Students (including UC) 16,49318,22018,0171,524/9%

12 Changes in New All Natural Science & Engineering Graduate Student Enrollment Early AGEP ( / ), Mid-AGEP ( / ), Current AGEP ( / ) N=58Early AGEP Mid- AGEP Current AGEP Early/ Current Change All URM (including UC URM) 1,5361,7381,834298/19% UC URM /32% Other US Students (including UC) 12,36213,40313,186824/7%

13 Changes in STEM URM Graduate Student Enrollment Early AGEP ( / ) to Current AGEP ( / )

14 Percent Change in STEM Graduate Student Enrollment Early AGEP ( / ) to Current AGEP ( / )

15 Changes in STEM Graduate Student Enrollment Early AGEP ( / ), Mid-AGEP ( / ), Current AGEP ( / ) N=65Early AGEP Mid- AGEP Current AGEP Early/ Current Change All URM (including UC URM) 9,33310,98611,7062,373/24% UC URM 1,5331,9232,052519/34% Other US Students (including UC) 66,78076,62981,61414,834/22%

16 Changes in All Natural Sciences & Engineering Graduate Student Enrollment Early AGEP ( / ), Mid-AGEP ( / ), Current AGEP ( / ) N=65Early AGEP Mid- AGEP Current AGEP Early/ Current Change All URM (including UC URM) 5,8887,2237,9502,062/35% UC URM 9371,2521,426489/52% Other US Students (including UC) 48,85957,22762,04013,181/27%

17 Top Producers* of STEM PhDs Awarded to Underrepresented Minorities (URM) in 2007/2008 UC Berkeley (57) U of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras & Mayaguez (47) UCLA (39) Howard University (37) U of Florida (37) U of Michigan (33) Penn State (30) CUNY (27) UC San Diego (27) U Utah (27) Rice (26) U of Arizona (26) U of Maryland, College Park (24) U of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (23) UC Irvine (20) MIT (18) Georgia Tech (17) Rutgers (17) Michigan State (16) Purdue (16) North Carolina State (15) UC Davis (15) ***Twenty- two (22) AGEP Institutions awarded STEM PhDs to 15 or more URMs

18 Top Producers* of NS&E PhDs Awarded to Underrepresented Minorities (URM) PhDs in 2007/2008 UC Berkeley (31) U of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras & Mayaguez (30) U of Utah (27) Penn State (26) U of Arizona (26) University of Michigan (24) Rice (22) UCLA (22) Howard University (20) U of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (19) MIT (18) Purdue (16) UC Irvine (16) U of Florida (16) ***Fourteen (14) AGEP Institutions awarded NS&E PhDs to 16 or more URM

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