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Press Release 13-081
NSF Joins Forces with Intel and GE to Move the Needle in Producing U.S. Engineers and Computer Scientists

Under "Graduate 10K+", $10 million is awarded to nine institutions whose projects aim to increase retention of undergraduates in engineering and computer science

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Engineering and computer science are fields in which industry leaders lament an inadequate supply of graduates with the knowledge and skills needed in business and industry.

Credit: Thinkstock (top left); Blake Harvey, NCSA (bottom left); from ATE Centers Impact 2011, www.atecenters.org (right)


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