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Minority students make up a small fraction of those who hold STEM doctorates. A new Johns Hopkins program aims to change that

Posted On: Dec 1, 2022   |   Posted By: Baltimore Sun

The Vivien Thomas Scholars Initiative welcomed its first 20 doctoral students this fall, ushering in a program to remedy a lack of racial and ethnic diversity in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math.

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