UWM’s all-girls engineering camp recently caught the attention of Ansys, a software company that employs 6,000 people worldwide.
In January, Ansys ran a story about the program, called EnQuest, which has addressed the gender ratio in STEM for 12 years. It is offered each summer through UWM’s College of Engineering & Applied Science.
Last summer, the girls completed a computer-modeling activity that improved their understanding of brain aneurysms, or strokes.
Read Anysys’s blog post: Female High School Students Embark on Engineering Quests at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.