WIlliam G. Gilroy | July 9, 2015
Local sixth- through ninth-grade girls will spend a week on the University of Notre Dame campus beginning Monday (July 13) building a bridge, using 3-D printing, designing and building a hovercraft and other activities as part of the second GE Girls @ Notre Dame summer camp.
The day camp, which takes place at eight college campuses throughout the country, is designed to introduce middle-school girls to STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) activities, with the goal of encouraging them to pursue careers in science and technology. The event is sponsored by GE Oil and Gas and put on in conjunction with the University of Notre Dame and Women’s Network of Chicago.
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