University constructs high-school summer engineering program

07/25/2013 | Gazette (Gaithersburg, Md.), The

Johns Hopkins University's Engineering Innovation summer program in Rockville, Md., is exposing high-school students to a range of disciplines, including chemical, electrical and mechanical engineering, through hands-on activities, such as the design and construction of bridges made from spaghetti noodles. Program instructors hope to inspire a new generation of engineers and help students focus more narrowly as they start to consider colleges and majors.

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