Archived Oklahoma NSF EPSCoR Projects

The OK NSF EPSCoR Research Infrastructure Improvement Award No. OIA-1301789 (2013-2018), “Adapting Socio-Ecological Systems to Increased Climate Variability,” is a multi-institutional collaborative project that includes researchers from Oklahoma State University, Noble Research Institute, University of Oklahoma and University of Tulsa.  Researchers from these institutions are working...
Oklahoma NSF EPSCoR climate variability researchers and K20 pedagogy specialists will hold five, five-day summer research experiences for K12 teachers annually from 2014 through 2017. Teachers will conduct hands-on field research and analyze observatory data with support from University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, The University of Tulsa and Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation researchers...
Oklahoma NSF EPSCoR is providing funding for a new summer STEM research experience program that will run parallel at regional and Tribal colleges in the state.  Student participants will learn important basic research skills that will allow them to participate in lab and field research through the hands-on program.  Students will explore microbial populations in soil and water samples...
The Oklahoma Information Technology Mentorship Program (OITMP) was established under Oklahoma's National Science Foundation Inter-Campus and Intra-Campus Cyber Connectivity (C2) grant, "Oklahoma Optical Initiative" (EPS-1006919).  It has now evolved into the OneOklahoma Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics Mentorship Program (OSTEMMP), under Oklahoma's National Science...
The Oklahoma CareerTech Gateway to Technology (GTT) program features a project-based curriculum designed to challenge and engage the natural curiosity and imagination of middle school students. The curriculum is provided through the nationally recognized Project Lead the Way program.  The Oklahoma GTT program serves more than 4,700 students each year.  GTT students envision, design and...