Volume 88 Issue 13 | p. 4 | Letters
Issue Date: March 29, 2010

MIT Faculty Diversity

Department: Letters

The diversity issues confronting Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s science programs are the same for most colleges and universities in the U.S. (C&EN, Jan. 25, page 11). I do not believe that the issue is one of conscious bias, but the biggest contributor to the disparity between numbers of minority faculty compared with the general population is one of a very narrow pipeline for supply.

About 20 years ago, C&EN ran a lengthy article on the . . .

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