Research Team Members

Oklahoma NSF EPSCoR Research Infrastructure Improvement Award No. OIA-1946093

The OK NSF EPSCoR Research Infrastructure Improvement Award No. OIA-1946093 (2020-2025), Socially Sustainable Solutions for Water, Carbon, and Infrastructure Resilience in Oklahomais a social science-led, multi-disciplinary collaboration among social, physical, biological, engineering, and computational scientists. More than thirty researchers from Oklahoma State University, University of Oklahoma, University of Tulsa, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Langston University, East Central University, and Noble Research Institute are working together on the $20 million NSF EPSCoR project, which began on July 1, 2020. Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education will provide $800,000 annually in matching funds during the five-year award. 

The research team is working to develop and test science-based solutions for complex problems at the intersection of land use, water availability, and infrastructure in Oklahoma. Learn more about the research project. 

OK EPSCoR State Director
Dr. Jerry R. Malayer
jerry.malayer@okstate.edu

Project Director & PI
Dr. Ray Huhnke
raymond.huhnke@okstate.edu
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Co-Principal Investigators
Dr. Hank Jenkins-Smith
hjsmith@ou.edu
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Dr. Carol Silva
clsilva@ou.edu
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Research Team Members

 

Oklahoma State University

University of Oklahoma

Other Statewide Research Team Members:
Noble Research Institute, University of Tulsa, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Langston University, and East Central University

 

Research Team Members:  Non-Faculty

Oklahoma NSF EPSCoR faculty researchers mentor a diverse group of post-doctoral researchers and graduate students who provide vital support to the project. <More information coming soon!>