Summer Camps

Anderson Selected To Attend Texas Governor's School
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Sat, Aug 28, 2010

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...

Camp in finals for award
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Wed, Aug 25, 2010

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.

Local students attend Texas Governor's School
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Tue, Jul 27, 2010
Three Paris students were among 100 talented teens chosen to attend the recent Texas Governors School on the University of North Texas campus in Denton.Sponsored by Exxon Mobil Corp., the all-expenses paid camp encouraged Texas students to study math and science and consider pursuing engineering as a career.Kristin Herrmann from Chisum High School and Caleb Baker and Shane Hundley, both from North Lamar High School, were among the elite group.At the camp, students spent time conducting experiments in biology, chemistry and nanotechnology. Participants also experienced college campus life and went on a variety of...