The Journal News reports that at the weeklong EX.C.I.T.E. (Exploring Interests in Technology and Engineering) camp at IBM’s Thomas J. Watson Research center, teen girls pursue their passions for science and math. The program aims to attract girls who are interested in these subjects, just when many are turning away from those courses of study. During hands-on workshops girls dabbled in projects such as building robots, kitchen chemistry, and product marketing. This year about 22 girls aged 11-13 participated, while older girls serving as camp counselors…