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Carolina ranks high in doctoral degrees for the underrepresented


UNC has ranked among the top five of public universities in the country for doctorates awarded to Black or African American recipients for the fifth year in a row, according to the National Science Foundation. The survey took a five-year look at the number of doctoral recipients who received their degrees from hundreds of accredited US institutions. (UNC.edu)

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Carolina ranks high in doctoral degrees for the underrepresented


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