TABLE G-3Top 13 Baccalaureate Origin Institutions of African American Doctorates in the Natural Sciences and Engineering (NS&E) that are Predominantly White Universities, by Broad Field, 2002–2006 (most recent 5 years)

Non-HBCUsTotalEngineering Physical Sciences Math and Computer Sciences Life Sciences
20022003200420052006Subtotal20022003200420052006Subtotal20022003200420052006Subtotal20022003200420052006Subtotal
University of Maryland Baltimore County240131160000000000002235618
Massachusetts Institute of Technology211433213210003001001.12.14
University of Maryland at College Park21121329002002011002.22228
North Carolina State University at Raleigh192012270000000000111322311
Georgia Institute of Technology, Main Campus171054212000000020013..2..2
CUNY City College160211260010010000003..249
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill150001010022040000002232110
Princeton University14221005000011100001.22127
University of Virginia, Main Campus1400000011100300000031.3411
Cornell University, All Campuses130100120101020000002.1339
University of Florida130011020001010000001421210
University of Pennsylvania13101103001001010001121.48
University of South Carolina at Columbia130100010000111000015112110
TOTAL Non-HBCUs21381317171267337421924202102020212333117

From: Appendix G, Baccalaureate Origins of Underrepresented Minority PhDs

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Expanding Underrepresented Minority Participation.
National Academy of Sciences (US), National Academy of Engineering (US), and Institute of Medicine (US) Committee on Underrepresented Groups and the Expansion of the Science and Engineering Workforce Pipeline.
Washington (DC): National Academies Press (US); 2011.
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