Discovering Diversity in Engineering: Women in STEM

2009/07/13: Left to right: Civil engineering students Jessica Youngblood and Emily Budagher along with engineering professor Paola Bandini (standing) analyze data they gathered while assessing the condition of a NM road. The program is funded by the DOT. (photo by Darren Phillips)

Left to right: Civil engineering students Jessica Youngblood and Emily Budagher along with engineering professor Paola Bandini (standing) analyze data they gathered while assessing the condition of a NM road. The program is funded by the DOT. (photo by Darren Phillips)

Discovering Diversity in Engineering: Women in STEM 

February 17-19, 2017

This February, the Engineering New Mexico Resource Network, in collaboration with the Halliburton Foundation, will be hosting “Discovering Diversity in Engineering: Women in STEM” for high school girls  in New Mexico. During this 3-day immersion camp, high school girls will learn about emerging innovations in the engineering field from Keynote Speaker Leah Carter from Halliburton as well as from NMSU engineering faculty and students. Interested students are encouraged to apply by Friday, February 3. 

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Please contact engr-nm@nmsu.edu with any additional questions you may have.