Figure E-6-1 Number of Women of Color Earning Bachelor’s Degrees in Physics in the US, 1995-2007
Source: National Center for Education Statistics. Data are not available for 1999.
Table E-6-1 Number of women who have earned Ph.D.s in Physics in the US, 1974-2006.
|US Citizens and Permanent Residents||Number in 33 years||percent|
|American Indian or Alaska Native||4||0.1|
Source: National Science Foundation.
Table E-6-2 Number of women faculty in US Physics and Astronomy Departments, 2008.
|Highest Degree Granted by Department|
|Ph.D.||Masters||Bachelors||Total||Percent of All Women|
|African American or Black||14||3||12||29||3|
|Asian or Asian American||106||14||56||176||16|
|Hispanic or Latina||19||7||12||38||3|
Source: AIP Academic Workforce Survey.
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