Over the years, we’ve surveyed a number of different audiences, including the nation’s Ph.D. scientists and science teachers; corporate CEOs of STEM companies and other business leaders; and deans of colleges and universities, as well as parents and the general public.
We share the results with the general public, elected officials, and science and education thought leaders, among others.
DocumentsPress Release: Why Aren't More Women Graduating with STEM Degrees? U.S. Female Students Enter College Most Prepared for STEM Studies, According to Faculty at America’s Top Research Universities in a New Bayer Survey
>> Download PDFPresentation Slides: Bayer Facts of Science Education Survey XV: A View from the Gatekeepers — STEM Department Chairs at America's Top 200 Research Universities on Female and Underrepresented Minority Undergraduate STEM Students
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