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Where Do Domestic Ph.D. Students in CS Come From?

January 15th, 2013 / in Uncategorized / by Shar Steed

The CRA’s Education Committee has published a new report in the January 2013 edition of Computing Research News on the Baccalaureate Origins of Domestic Ph.D. Students in Computing Fields. If you would like receive CRN via email, you can sign up here.

The article provides an initial examination of the baccalaureate origins of domestic students who have matriculated to Ph.D. programs in computer science.  The trends and patterns in the presented data can be useful both in recruiting and, ultimately, in improving the quality and quantity of the domestic Ph.D. pipeline.

Where Do Domestic Ph.D. Students in CS Come From?

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