IRVING -- Ja'Quindaline Anderson, a student at Chapel Hill High School, was among 100 teens chosen to attend the Texas Governor's School June 6-26 on the University of North Texas campus, Denton.Sponsored by Exxon Mobil Corporation, the all-expenses paid camp encouraged Texas students to study math and science and consider pursuing engineering as a career, Exxon Mobil spokesperson Kim Quirk said.At the camp, students spent time conducting experiments in biology, chemistry and nanotechnology. 'Participants also enjoyed experiencing college campus life and went on a variety of field trips around North Texas...
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Camp in finals for award
The University of North Texas College of Engineering?s Summer Robocamp for Girls has been chosen as a finalist for the Metroplex Technology Business Council?s Tech Titan of the Future award in the university division. The award recognizes institutions that encourage students to choose engineering and technology-related disciplines. Winners will be announced at a gala Friday at the Renaissance Hotel in Richardson.