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    Author(s): Dorothy Feir; Hilliard-Clark; Joyce; Joseph R. Larsen; Lincoln Moore; Edgar g. King; Jane L. Hayes
    Date: 1990
    Source: American Entomologist: 190-205
    Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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    The June 17, 1988, AAAS Congressional bulletin states that "... female and minority students ... by the year 2000 will comprise 80 percent of the new entrants into the work force.:" if we believe this-and it is mroe or less a statistical fact-why are we here? We are here to make certain that the idea in that statement comes to fruition and to discuss what we can do to make certain that women and minority students are prepared to reach any position on the ladder of success. The increased numbers of women and minorities entering the work force mean that there will be a much larger work force and much more competition for available positions.

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    Feir, Dorothy; Hilliard-Clark; Joyce; Larsen, Joseph R.; Moore, Lincoln; King, Edgar g.; Hayes, Jane L. 1990. Bringing human diversity int othe mainstream of entomology. American Entomologist: 190-205

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