Chemical Engineering Sees Higher Percentage of Women Marching Across Commencement Stage
Carnegie Mellon University women are poised to add more oomph to the U.S. economy as they enter a job market that remains a wild card in the recovery picture. This year, women graduates make up more than 50 percent of the ChemE class. Continue Reading...
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