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... Strengthening science curricula at the undergraduate level and providing opportunities to do research are considered means of achieving the first objective. The Honors Undergraduate Research Training Program grants provide funds for trainee travel and research in addition to stipends and tuition.
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... The growth and development of the Honors Undergraduate Research Training Program is outlined in detail in Chapter 2. Minorities in the Biomedical Sciences The MARC program was established in response to the underrepresentation of minorities in biomedical research.
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... In order to obtain a broad view of problems and prospects confronting MARC programs, the site visits included representatives from four institutional categories: • historically minority schools with an established tradition of research and graduate training in the biomedical sciences. These are Ph.D.- or M.D.-granting institutions (e.g., Howard University and Atlanta University)
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... The proportions of students earning bachelor's degrees in the biological sciences at MARC and nonMARC institutions (before and after the initiation of MARC Honors Undergraduate Research Training Programs) are examined and reported in Chapter 6.

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