Dupont ceo takes helm of gems diversity graduate programs

July 1999
Native American Connections;1999, p1
Reports on the appointment of DuPont board chairman John A. Krol as the president of the National Consortium for Graduate Degrees for Minorities in Engineering and Science Inc. in the United States. Promotion of cultural diversity by DuPont; Nationwide program to retain minorities in science and engineering graduate programs.


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