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The future of engineering

3:21 PM  Jul 13th, 2012
by Shannon Shelton Miller

A group of high school girls concluded their stay Friday in the Women in Engineering summer camp, a weeklong residential program designed to encourage more women to pursue careers in engineering, a field traditionally dominated by men.

The University is working to close the gender gap and encourage more women to major in engineering in college.

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