It may be the middle of summer, but it’s graduation time for dozens of students in a science camp at SMU that was built for teenage science superstars from across the country.

Retired hand surgeon Dr. Charles Knibb oversees the multi-year STEMPREP summer camp – it stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math preparation. It targets minority students. Knibb, who’s African American, says these may be super smart students, but science for kids of color remains a challenge.

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