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... and non-STEM majors taking service courses offered by CS/CE/ information departments or enrolling in CS/CE/information courses on an elective basis. A primary goal of this effort is to determine whether the recent increases in enrollment are similar to other cyclic fluctuations that have occurred in the past or whether they are more likely to be sustained.
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... 168 APPENDIX A • The impact of enrollment growth on efforts to increase the enrollment of women and underrepresented minorities in CS/CE/information courses and degree programs, as well as on strategies for retaining those students in the CS/CE/information field and encouraging their pathways toward graduate degrees and careers in related fields. The committee will produce a report with findings and recommendations, as well as questions for additional research.
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