In addition, it also includes funding to the Colorado School of Mines K-12 Programs -- Preparation for Engineering Program (PREP) and Summer Minority Engineering Training Program (SUMMET).
What does SUMMET stand for?
SUMMET stands for Summer Minority Engineering Training (Colorado School of Mines)
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Xu participated in several summer programs that fueled her love of science including the Education Program for Gifted Youth at Stanford University where she studied introductory quantum mechanics, the Making of a Scientist at Denver University where she studied chemistry, applied mathematics, and computer programming, and the Summer Minority Engineering Training Program at the Colorado School of Mines where she ranked fourth overall and first in her class.