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  • National Name Exchange Annual MeetingChicago, ILApril 30, 2010
  • Highlights
    56 participating institutions
    2009 Participation: 6,022 [2008: 4,438]
    Female: 3,748
    Male: 2,274
    Average GPA: 3.62
    In honors program: 32%
    Undergrad research experience: 16%
  • Top Fields
    • Architecture/Urban Planning
    • Bioengineering/ Biomedicine
    • Business Admin
    • Communications
    • Economics
    • Education
    • Electrical/Electronics Engineering
    • International Relations
    • Political Science
    • Psychology
    • Public Health
    • Public Policy Studies
    • Social Work
  • Ethnicity
    Asian American: 1,621
    Latino: 1,317
    African American: 1,242
    Chicano: 785
    Other: 586
    Filipino: 154
    Puerto Rican: 146
    American Indian: 119
    Pacific Islander: 52
    Total Participants: 6,022
  • Participation by Region
    West: 41%
    East: 21%
    Midwest: 20%
    South: 18%
  • Participation by Degree Goal
  • Discipline
    Professional Fields: 1,570
    Social Sciences: 1,004
    Engineering: 776
    Health Sciences: 757
    Arts and Humanities: 503
    Biological Sciences: 488
    Psychology: 466
    Education: 247
    Physical Sciences: 141
    Mathematics: 51
    Agriculture: 19
  • Gender/Ethnicity
  • Name Exchange Web
    Report will be available at:
    Grad.washington.edu/nne
    Prepared by: Graduate Opportunities & Minority Achievement Program [GO-MAP]
    Questions may be directed to:
    Sophia Agtarap | Cynthia Morales
    nne@uw.edu