Cuker felt he was meant to help minority students become aquatic scientists, which is why he created the ASLO Minorities Program in 1989.
"The court reasoned that race can be a determinant in school admissions, but it cannot be a predominant factor in a school's admissions procedure."
The SACNAS Web site serves as a communications hub for SACNAS members and beneficiaries.
"The Faces of Science brings humanity to the scientific achievements of African Americans."
The JGH site is a valuable tool for aspiring minority scientists and their advocates because of its wealth of information and resources.
"PharMosaic is different than most minority science career programs because of its industry career-targeting objective."
"Ultimately, the MAS site is successful in providing a simple, community-oriented site for underrepresented minorities interested in aquatic sciences."
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