Posts Tagged ‘Girl Scouts’

Bush Library Explores First Ladies’ Role as Social Changemaker in New Exhibit

Posted by Lance Murray

A new exhibit at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum on the campus of Southern Methodist University gives a view of how first ladies have influenced policy, politics, and social change throughout history.

The exhibit “First Ladies: Style …

Girl Scout Summer Camp Introduces Young Women to Pharmaceutical Careers

Posted by Mallory Houser

Fifteen-year-old Celeste Wang and 16-year-old Victoria Taylor aren’t afraid of a little competition from their fellow male classmates, especially when it comes to subjects like math and science.

“I actually like that more, the competitive nature,” Wang said. “I’m like, …

Girl Scouts Team Up With RoughRiders For STEM Learning

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

More than 1,000 girl scouts learned the science of baseball at the Frisco RoughRiders’ Dr Pepper Ballpark Saturday.

The second annual Covering the Bases of STEM program encourages students to pursue science, technology, engineering, and math education.

From the kinetic …

Girl Scouts’ Dallas Camp Refocuses on STEM Education

Posted by Heather Noel


The moment had arrived.

A group of Girl Scouts gathered around a roller coaster track fashioned from polyethylene foam. One girl held a marble at the top of the track …