Girls-only program seen as way to increase women in STEM careers

01/4/2013 | Lompoc Record (Calif.), The

Faced with research that shows girls still aren't strongly encouraged to take classes in science, technology, engineering and math, and pursue careers in those fields, the Lompoc Vandenberg chapter of the American Association of University Women in California is working with local schools and the University of California at Santa Barbara to provide more opportunities for girls in STEM. Among those efforts are a week-long summer STEM program for middle-school girls.

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