Showing posts from April, 2009

Program engineers path for girls

 EDUCATION CAMP OFFERS STUDENTS EXPERIENCE, INSIGHT ON CAREER FIELD BY PAULA BURKES Published: April 5, 2009 NEWSOK.COM   Stephanie Andrade, 17, of Westmoore High School, left, and Cheyenne Arthurs, 16, of Locust Grove High School try a diversity test with liquids March 27 on the OU campus. Photo by JACONNA AGUIRRE, THE OKLAHOMAN Stephanie Andrade was 6 when her parents emigrated from Ecuador. English was foreign to her. But the numbers were the same. Andrade thinks that’s why she’s excelled in math and now aspires to a career in aerospace engineering. Locust Grove High School students pick up literature about the University of Oklahoma’s petroleum engineering school March 27 at a College of Engineering job fair in the Oklahoma Memorial Union on the OU campus. The junior from Westmoore High School joined 50 other students statewide for the Society of Women Engineers High School Girls’ Day on March 27 at the University of Oklahoma, and she hopes to return to campus for the OU College of