Archived Oklahoma NSF EPSCoR Projects

The Cameron University Engineering and Applied Mathematics Summer Academy is a weeklong residential summer camp for high school students on the Cameron University campus in Lawton. The academy engages participants in engineering research and design through the study of wind turbine systems—an up-and-coming field for the region--and other relevant science topics. Field trips to local sites, such...
  FAq oKLAHOMA nsf epscor Summer 2021 Research Experience for Undergraduate Students  The information below is based on cooperative agreement no. OIA-1946093, which was approved and awarded by the NSF on July 1, 2020.       Q.Are students allowed to conduct their research at an institution other than a comprehensive research institution (i.e. OU, OSU, TU, NRI...
Through this Oklahoma NSF EPSCoR-sponsored train-the-trainer style program, the Oklahoma Museum Network will develop and present workshops for 4-H leaders (2020-2023). These day-long, hands-on learning labs will provide participants with the tools, models, and strategies needed to create engaging STEM experiences to benefit the youth who participate in Oklahoma 4-H STEM programming. 4-H leaders...
Although gains have been made, women are still underrepresented in America’s science and engineering workforce, holding just 28 percent of S&E jobs, according to a report released by the National Science Board in 2014.  Oklahoma EPSCoR is influencing the next generation’s participation in this sector through a strategic partnership that was forged with the Girl Scouts of Western Oklahoma...
Oklahoma:  A Perfect Storm for Climate Variability Research Oklahoma’s unpredictable weather and large precipitation gradient work together to create a vulnerable and diverse landscape that is exceptionally well-suited for the climate-based research that NSF EPSCoR scientists are performing.  This research team, representing more than a dozen disciplines and four institutions from...