Immigration Studies
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Immigrants in STEM Careers: An Analysis by Sex

Immigrants in STEM Careers: An Analysis by Sex

Occupations in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields have become increasingly important in today’s knowledge-based economy, with 5.6 million workers collectively earning $386 billion in 2012. This fact sheet contributes to the ongoing discussion of foreign-born participation in 42 STEM occupations* by exploring the influence of gender on STEM careers in a national sample.

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Text and Community to Encourage Discussion on Immigration

Text and Community to Encourage Discussion on Immigration

The Text and Community Program is an annual semester-long project co-sponsored by George Mason’s English Department and the Mason Project on Immigration. While English courses will examine The Devil’s Highway as an exemplary work of nonfiction, the book also offers a powerful examination of U.S. and Mexican border activities and immigration policies.

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