Brain Drain Plugs

McKimmie, Kathy
November 2001
Indiana Business Magazine;Nov2001, Vol. 45 Issue 11, p58
Focuses on the creation of scholarship programs to prevent the occurrence of brain drain in Indiana. Rank of Indiana in terms of adults with four or more years of college; Role of Lilly Endowment in funding innovative ideas to attract students to college; Requirements for students to avail the program.


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