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Appendix J Bibliography Books Conrad, Clifton, Jennifer Grant-Haworth, and Susan Bolyard Millar. A Silent Success: Master’s Education in the United States. Baltimore, MD. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1993. Council of Graduate Schools. Professional Master’s Education: A CGS Guide to Establishing Programs. Washington, DC. Council of Graduate Schools, 2006. Friedman, Thomas L. The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the 21st Century. New York, NY. Farrar, Giroux, and Strauss, 2005. Glazer-Raymo, Judith. Professionalizing Graduate Education: The Master’s Degree in the Market- place. San Francisco, CA. Jossey-Bass, 2005. Grove, Andrew S. High Output Management. New York, NY. Vintage Books, 1995. Tobias, Sheila, Daryl Chubin, and Kevin Aylesworth. Rethinking Science as a Career: Percep- tions and Realities in the Physical Sciences. Tucson, AZ. Research Corporation, 1995. Reports on Graduate Education American Society of Civil Engineering, “Engineering the Future of Civil Engineering: Report of the Task Committee on the First Professional Degree to the Executive Committee, Board of Direction, American Society of Civil Engineering.” pdf/fpd-execsumm.pdf California Council on Science and Technology. An Industry Perspective of the Professional Science Master’s Degree in California. January 2005. 2005/2005PSM.php Czujko, Roman, and Megan Henly. Programs that Match Every Interest: Masters ­ Degrees in ­ Physics. American Institute of Physics, April 2005.­ professionalmasters/msreport.html Katz, Philip M. Retrieving the Master’s Degree from the Dustbin of History: A Report to the American Historical Association. American Historical Association, 2005. http://www. 127

128 SCIENCE PROFESSIONALS National Academy of Engineering. The Engineer of 2020: Visions of Engineering in the New Century. Washington, DC. The National Academies Press, 2004. http://books.nap. edu/catalog.php?record_id=10999 National Academies. Reshaping the Graduate Education of Scientists and Engineers. Washing- ton, DC. National Academy Press, 1995. id=4935 National Research Council. Forecasting Demand and Supply of Doctoral Scientists and Engi- neers. Washington, DC. National Academy Press, 2000. php?record_id=9865 Norton, Stephen D., Phillip W. Hammer, and Roman Czujko. Mastering Physics for Non-Academic Careers. American Institute of Physics, 2001.­ professionalmasters/mstphys.pdf Simmons, Cassandra. New Career Paths for Science Trained Professionals: A Progress Report on the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation’s Professional Masters Degree Program. The Confer- ence Board, 2003. cfm?press_ID=2141 Tobias, Sheila, and Lindy Brigham, “Report on PSM Programs: Distillation of 2005 Question- naires.” Unpublished report to the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, March 31, 2006. Reports on Innovation and Competitiveness Association of American Universities. National Defense Education and Innovation Initiative: Meeting America’s Economic and Security Challenges in the 21st Century. January 2006. Council of Graduate Schools. Graduate Education: The Backbone of American Competi- tiveness and Innovation. April 2007. GR_GradEdAmComp_0407.pdf Council on Competitiveness. Innovate America: Thriving in a World of Challenge and Change, National Innovation Initiative Report. December 2004. http://www.innovateamerica. org/webscr/report.asp Dahlman, Carl, and Anuja Utz. India and the Knowledge Economy: Leveraging Strengths and Opportunities. WBI Development Studies. Washington, DC. World Bank Undated. %5B1%5D.pdf National Academy of Science, National Academy of Engineering, and Institute of Medicine. Rising Above the Gathering Storm: Energizing and Employing America for a Brighter Eco- nomic Future. Washington, DC. The National Academies Press, 2007. http://books.nap. edu/catalog.php?record_id=11463 National Governor’s Association. Innovation America: A Compact for Postsecondary Education (July 2007) National Science Board. The Science and Engineering Workforce: Realizing America’s Poten- tial. Arlington, VA. National Science Foundation, 2003.­ documents/2003/nsb0369/nsb0369.pdf President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology, Workforce/Education Subcom- mittee. Sustaining the Nation’s Innovation Ecosystem: Report on Maintaining the Strength of Our Science and Engineering Capabilities. June 2004. FINALPCASTSECAPABILITIESPACKAGE.pdf U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Tapping America’s Potential: The Education for Innovation Initiative. 2005.

APPENDIX J 129 Articles Benderly, Beryl Lieff. “Mastering the Job Market.” Science, March 7, 2008. Cataldo, Marcelo, Kathleen M. Carley, and Linda Argote, “The Effect of Personnel Schemes on Knowledge Transfer,” pdf/Marcelo-Cataldo.pdf The Conference Board. “New Masters Degree Program Helps Grads Land Hard-to-Get High Tech Jobs.” May 8, 2003. erFriendly.cfm?press_ID=2141 Hill, Christopher T. “The Post-Scientific Society.” Issues in Science and Technology, Fall 2007, 78–84. Seely, Bruce E. “The Other Re-engineering of Engineering Education, 1900-1965.” Journal of Engineering Education, July 1999. is_199907/ai_n8865889/pg_1 Teitelbaum, Michael. “A New Science Degree to Meet Industry Needs.” Issues in Science and Technology. Fall 2006. Tobias, Sheila, and Leslie B. Sims. “Training Science and Mathematics Professional for an Innovation Economy.” Industry and Higher Education, August 2006. World Wide Web Sites American Institute of Physics, Professional Master’s Programs in Physics. http://www.aip. org/professionalmasters/ California State University, Professional Science Master’s Degree Program. http://www. Carnegie Initiative on the Doctorate. asp?key=29. Council of Graduate Schools, Professional Master’s Initiatives.­ Default.aspx?tabid=120 Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences. National Research Council, Enhancing the Master’s Degree in the Natural Sciences (includes links to presentations to the study committee that authored this report). http://www7. Professional Master’s Degree Programs in the Mathematical Sciences. http://www.ams. org/tools/masters.html PSM: Professional Science Master’s (Council of Graduate Schools). http://www.­ Re-envisioning the Ph.D. html. Science Master’s Degree (Commission on Professionals in Science and Technology). http:// Service Science, Engineering, and Management, IBM. university/scholars/skills/ssme/learn.html Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation: The Responsive Ph.D. http://www. NOTE: All URLs accessed on January 29, 2008.

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