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More female leaders in science and tech urged

USA Today, June 15, 2016

An estimated 11.5 million females now attend college, outnumbering men at 8.7 million, federal statistics show. But young women are not earning many advanced math and science degrees. A 2015 report from the non-profit National Student Clearinghouse Research Center found that women earned just 21% of computer science doctoral degrees in 2014, unchanged from a decade earlier. Women earned more science-focused doctoral degrees in only a few areas: biological/agricultural sciences, social sciences and psychology. Read more >

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