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Number of STEM degrees earned by women and minorities increases

Katie Sotelo showed an instinct for science that teachers in her junior high school embraced.

The teachers, one a woman of Vietnamese descent and another a Mexican-American, helped affirm that Sotelo had what it took to go into science.

Now Sotelo, of Goodyear, Arizona, is a Creighton University junior working in a cancer research lab with a goal to become a scientist. READ MORE AT OMAHA WORLD-HERALD

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