D-2

 

Immigrant Ph.D.s by Employment Status, Field, and Gender, 1995,

 

79

 D-3

 

Initial Employment Status and Status Two Years Later, Pooled 1985-95 Data (percent),

 

82

 D-4

 

Projected Ph.D. Workforce and Ph.D.s Outside Science, Assuming Medium Trend in Graduates and Constant Immigration, 1995-2005,

 

86

 D-5

 

Projected Ph.D. Workforce and Ph.D.s Outside Science, Assuming High Trend in Graduates and Rising Immigration, 1995-2005,

 

90

 D-6

 

Projected Ph.D. Workforce and Ph.D.s Outside Science, Assuming Low Trend in Graduates and No Immigration, 1995-2005,

 

91

 D-7

 

Graduates Needed to Maintain a Constant Workforce or a Workforce with Fixed Growth, by Field and Gender, 1996-2005,

 

91

 F-1

 

Sources of Predoctoral NRSA Research Training Support for 1995 Ph.D. Recipients in the Biomedical and Behavioral Sciences,

 

104

 G-1

 

Demographic Characteristics of Ph.D. Recipients in the Basic Biomedical Sciences,

 

110

 G-2

 

Demographic Characteristics of Ph.D. Recipients in the Behavioral and Social Sciences,

 

112

 G-3

 

Demographic Characteristics of Ph.D. Recipients in the Clinical Sciences,

 

114

 G-4

 

Characteristics of the Science and Engineering Workforce in the Basic Biomedical Sciences,

 

116

 G-5

 

Characteristics of the Science and Engineering Workforce in the Behavioral and Social Sciences,

 

117

 G-6

 

Characteristics of the Science and Engineering Workforce in the Clinical Sciences,

 

118

 G-7

 

Primary Form of Financial Support for Graduate Students in the Basic Biomedical Sciences,

 

119

 G-8

 

Primary Source of Financial Support for Graduate Students in the Behavioral and Social Sciences,

 

120

Box

 1-1

 

National Research Service Award Act of 1974 (P.L. 93-348),

 

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