Bayer: U.S. is not producing a diverse population of STEM graduates

U.S. universities must intensify efforts to promote a diverse student body for science, technology, engineering and math education, according to Bayer's Facts of Science Education report. The survey reports shortcomings in recruiting and retaining minority and female students. "For Bayer, these issues are critical," as the company will only thrive through "access to a highly skilled STEM workforce," said CEO Greg Babe.

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