TAMU Brings Robotics To Girls In Ghana

Dr. Judy Amanor-Boadu, an electrical engineering former student, is creating new STEM opportunities for girls in Ghana. Amanor-Boadu ’13 ’18 was inspired during her graduate studies at Texas A&M University to start a series of girls’ robotics clubs in her home country of Ghana. “I am motivated to provide to these girls what I did not receive and to see them succeed in their careers because they had this opportunity,” said Amanor-Boadu. She set out on her mission by sharing it with the Women in Engineering (WE) director, Shawna Fletcher, who gave her a Lego Mindstorm kit to take to the pilot school and gauge interest… Continued at today.tamu.edu



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