NACMENational Action Council for Minorities in Engineering
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NACME currently partners with a national network of 51 leading colleges and universities to recruit, enroll, educate, retain, and graduate increasing numbers of underrepresented minority students.
NACME's research and policy analysis offer a clear warning.
The foundation is working with NACME to launch a series of high school programs called Academies of Engineering, designed to provide students with the skills needed to pursue engineering at the college level.
John Brooks Slaughter is president and CEO of the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME).
Irving McPhail, executive vice president and chief operating officer of NACME, calls the shortage of U.S.
George Campbell Jr., this year's education honoree, has been the president and CEO of NACME since 1989, a non-profit corporation that conducts research and public policy analysis, publishes original educational materials and operates comprehensive scholarship and academic enrichment programs in engineering, targeting economically disadvantaged students.
NACME also provides scholarship programs for minority engineering students.
Widespread concern over low examination pass-rates and low school leaving ages among Maori pupils in the early 1970s prompted calls for the inclusion of maoritanga (Maori culture), including Maori language, within school curricula (NACME 1971).
The National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME), chartered in 1973 by a group of corporate executives, is the nation's largest privately funded source of scholarships for minority engineering students.
FRIEDMAN is Research Director, NACME, Inc., New York, New York.
In 1994, a survey by the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME) found that only 6% of disadvantaged minorities were graduating from high school with the math needed for an engineering or related degree.