Girls' science camp dispels myth that tech is for nerds

07/1/2004 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

At Rice University's two-week computer science camp for girls, nearly 50 young women from the Houston Independent School District build robots, troubleshoot PCs and run Java-based programs. The camp, funded by the National Science Foundation, hopes to encourage females to consider careers in science and technology.

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