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... And, based on the participants' comments about the impacts of the Colloquy on their research, the evaluation will be informative for future NAE projects that work toward both widening the talent pool of the engineering workforce and convening stakeholders to initiate actions to address diversity needs. 1 For more information please see Barbara Bogue, Post-Event Assessment Report: Colloquy on Minority Males in STEM, August 2010, The AWE Project, Pennsylvania State University, July 2012.

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