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Dr. Hrabowski in Baltimore Sun, on Andrea Mitchell Reports

From the Baltimore Sun, October 2, 2010:

The federal government and the nation's universities should invest $150 million annually to double the number of minorities pursuing science and engineering degrees, says a report released from the National Academies.

The report came from a committee chaired by Freeman A. Hrabowski III, president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. In his 18 years at UMBC, Hrabowski has garnered a national reputation for mentoring minority scientists.

- Read the full story in the Baltimore Sun

- Watch Dr. Hrabowski on Andrea Mitchell Reports

Posted by Jennifer O'Grady on October 4, 2010 1:56 PM |

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