Archived Oklahoma NSF EPSCoR Projects

  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...
Oklahoma NSF EPSCoR is sponsoring a summer program that will allow Langston University undergraduates who are majoring in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) fields to participate in hands-on research internships.  Two to four students will be selected annually for the program (2014-2018). Participants will experience on-the-job, research-based training as summer interns...