Deck 1: Increasing Diversity of the U.S. Population

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2013 NACME Data Book
Deck 1: Increasing Diversity of the U.S. Population
Overview/Purpose
• The slides in this deck provide a general picture of the U.S. population. Slides show the overall population,
along with the school-aged and college-aged populations, for 2012 and for 2050 (projected).
• Many slides have two versions: one with and one without data labels. The graphics are “cleaner” without
the labels, yet there are some audiences for which such labeling might be important.
• As with other decks, the set is not necessarily meant to be a self-contained, sequential presentation but,
rather, a deck from which users may select slides for any number of presentations. The repetition, therefore,
provides users with many choices to present data.
• Attribution: Please indicate that the source of these slides is the National Action Council for Minorities in
Engineering, Inc. (NACME), Department of Research and Program Evaluation. The NACME Web address is:
www.nacme.org, where the slides can be accessed and downloaded.
• Terminology notes: URM = underrepresented minority, which includes African Americans, American Indians
and Alaska Natives, and Latinos. When the term “American Indian” is used, it references “American Indians
and Alaska Natives,” consistent with U.S. Census Bureau definitions. Asian/Pac. Isl. = Asian and Pacific
Islanders are people of these descents who are U.S. citizens and permanent residents and do not include
people of Asian origin who are in the United States predominantly for educational purposes. “Foreign” is
used to refer to “temporary residents.” Latinos can be any race: the category in most data sources includes
people of all racial backgrounds who indicated that they were “Hispanic.” “Non-Latino White” refers to
people who did not indicate a Latino background and did indicate “White” as a racial category.
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U.S. Population
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By 2050, No One Race/Ethnic
Category Will be a Majority
2012
Latino
African American
2050
American Indian/Alaska Native
Asian American/Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
Source: NACME Analysis of population projections from U.S. Census, 2012.
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Two or More Races
Non-Latino White
U.S. Population, 2012
Source: NACME Analysis of population projections from U.S. Census, 2012.
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U.S. Population, 2012
Source: NACME Analysis of population projections from U.S. Census, 2012.
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U.S. Population, 2012
Source: NACME Analysis of population projections from U.S. Census, 2012.
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U.S. Population, 2050
Source: NACME Analysis of population projections from U.S. Census, 2012.
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Percent Growth of Number of
Individuals in the Population, by Race
and Ethnicity, from 2012 to 2050
Source: NACME Analysis of population projections from U.S. Census, 2012.
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Percent Growth of Number of
Individuals in the Population, by Race
and Ethnicity, from 2012 to 2050
Source: NACME Analysis of population projections from U.S. Census, 2012.
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U.S. School-Aged Population
(5-to-17-Year-Olds), 2012-2050
Source: NACME Analysis of population projections from U.S. Census, 2012.
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U.S. School-Aged Population
(5-to 17-Year-Olds), 2012-2050
Source: NACME Analysis of population projections from U.S. Census, 2012.
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U.S. College-Aged Population
(18 to-24-Year-Olds), 2012-2050
Source: NACME Analysis of population projections from U.S. Census, 2012.
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U.S. College-Aged Population
(18-to-24-Year-Olds), 2012-2050
Source: NACME Analysis of population projections from U.S. Census, 2012.
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Women and Underrepresented
Minorities in Engineering
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Women are Underrepresented in
Engineering
Women as a percentage of each group
Sources: (1) American Society for Engineering Education, 2012. Engineering by the Numbers, 2011; (2) Finamore, J., Foley, D.J., Lan, F.,
Milan, L.M., Proudfoot, S.L., Rivers, E.B., & Selfa, L. (2013). Employment and Educational Characteristics of Scientists and Engineers.
National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, NSF 13-311. (3) NACME Analysis of Integrated Postsecondary Education Data
System (IPEDS) accessed via National Science Foundation's WebCASPAR database system, August 2013; (4) NACME Analysis of
population projections from U.S. Census, 2012.
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Women are Underrepresented in
Engineering
Women as a percentage of each group
Sources: (1) American Society for Engineering Education, 2012. Engineering by the Numbers, 2011; (2) Finamore, J., Foley, D.J., Lan, F.,
Milan, L.M., Proudfoot, S.L., Rivers, E.B., & Selfa, L. (2013). Employment and Educational Characteristics of Scientists and Engineers.
National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, NSF 13-311. (3) NACME Analysis of Integrated Postsecondary Education Data
System (IPEDS) accessed via National Science Foundation's WebCASPAR database system, August 2013; (4) NACME Analysis of
population projections from U.S. Census, 2012.
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African Americans are
Underrepresented in Engineering
African Americans as a percentage of each group
Sources: (1) American Society for Engineering Education, 2012. Engineering by the Numbers, 2011; (2) Finamore, J., Foley, D.J., Lan, F.,
Milan, L.M., Proudfoot, S.L., Rivers, E.B., & Selfa, L. (2013). Employment and Educational Characteristics of Scientists and Engineers.
National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, NSF 13-311. (3) NACME Analysis of Integrated Postsecondary Education Data
System (IPEDS) accessed via National Science Foundation's WebCASPAR database system, August 2013; (4) NACME Analysis of
population projections from U.S. Census, 2012.
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African Americans are
Underrepresented in Engineering
African Americans as a percentage of each group
Sources: (1) American Society for Engineering Education, 2012. Engineering by the Numbers, 2011; (2) Finamore, J., Foley, D.J., Lan, F.,
Milan, L.M., Proudfoot, S.L., Rivers, E.B., & Selfa, L. (2013). Employment and Educational Characteristics of Scientists and Engineers.
National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, NSF 13-311. (3) NACME Analysis of Integrated Postsecondary Education Data
System (IPEDS) accessed via National Science Foundation's WebCASPAR database system, August 2013; (4) NACME Analysis of
population projections from U.S. Census, 2012.
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American Indian/Alaska Natives are
Underrepresented in Engineering
American Indian/Alaska Natives as a percentage of each group
Sources: (1) American Society for Engineering Education, 2012. Engineering by the Numbers, 2011; (2) Finamore, J., Foley, D.J., Lan, F.,
Milan, L.M., Proudfoot, S.L., Rivers, E.B., & Selfa, L. (2013). Employment and Educational Characteristics of Scientists and Engineers.
National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, NSF 13-311. (3) NACME Analysis of Integrated Postsecondary Education Data
System (IPEDS) accessed via National Science Foundation's WebCASPAR database system, August 2013; (4) NACME Analysis of
population projections from U.S. Census, 2012.
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American Indian/Alaska Natives are
Underrepresented in Engineering
American Indian/Alaska Natives as a percentage of each group
Sources: (1) American Society for Engineering Education, 2012. Engineering by the Numbers, 2011; (2) Finamore, J., Foley, D.J., Lan, F.,
Milan, L.M., Proudfoot, S.L., Rivers, E.B., & Selfa, L. (2013). Employment and Educational Characteristics of Scientists and Engineers.
National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, NSF 13-311. (3) NACME Analysis of Integrated Postsecondary Education Data
System (IPEDS) accessed via National Science Foundation's WebCASPAR database system, August 2013; (4) NACME Analysis of
population projections from U.S. Census, 2012.
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Latinos are Underrepresented in
Engineering
Latinos as a percentage of each group
Sources: (1) American Society for Engineering Education, 2012. Engineering by the Numbers, 2011; (2) Finamore, J., Foley, D.J., Lan, F.,
Milan, L.M., Proudfoot, S.L., Rivers, E.B., & Selfa, L. (2013). Employment and Educational Characteristics of Scientists and Engineers.
National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, NSF 13-311. (3) NACME Analysis of Integrated Postsecondary Education Data
System (IPEDS) accessed via National Science Foundation's WebCASPAR database system, August 2013; (4) NACME Analysis of
population projections from U.S. Census, 2012.
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Latinos are Underrepresented in
Engineering
Latinos as a percentage of each group
Sources: (1) American Society for Engineering Education, 2012. Engineering by the Numbers, 2011; (2) Finamore, J., Foley, D.J., Lan, F.,
Milan, L.M., Proudfoot, S.L., Rivers, E.B., & Selfa, L. (2013). Employment and Educational Characteristics of Scientists and Engineers.
National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, NSF 13-311. (3) NACME Analysis of Integrated Postsecondary Education Data
System (IPEDS) accessed via National Science Foundation's WebCASPAR database system, August 2013; (4) NACME Analysis of
population projections from U.S. Census, 2012.
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