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8th Grade

East Central University, Ada
Molecules of Nature
Residential
June 15-19

The Molecules of Nature Summer Academy is a residential camp for 8th and 9th graders, held on the East Central University campus in Ada from June 15 to June 19, 2020. Participants will synthesize molecules that are important in fields such as medicine, food processing and agriculture, learn laboratory safety and perform standard purification techniques, while gaining hands-on experience with modern scientific instruments. Participants will learn about opportunities available to those who pursue college degrees in STEM, and will take a field trip to the Noble Research Institute. Apply by visiting http://Moleculesofnature.ecok.edu

East Central University, Ada
Explorations in Computer Science & Robotics
Residential
June 7-12

ECU's Explorations in Computer Science & Robotics Summer Academy is a one-week residential experience that will engage participants in the exciting imagination-stretching, logic-building and fun world of computer science. Students will learn programming, explore the endless possibilities of computer science careers, interact with professionals and experience college life. Students will invoke their creativity and problem-solving skills in a variety of ways including app, web development, design, building and programming fully autonomous robots. For more information and to apply, visit http://robotics.ecok.edu or email ComputerScience@ecok.edu
Contact: Mary K. Tarver, 580.559.5593 or Matt McGaha, 580.559.5969

Murray State College, Ardmore & Tishomingo
Exploring Biotechnology Commuter
June 22-27 (Ardmore) July 6-11 (Tishomingo)

Whether your interest in biology is medical, conservation or zoology, and if your interest in technology is programming, building electronics, robotics or the arts there will be something for you in our day camp "Exploring Biotechnology." Besides basic programming and robotics we will use the same robotic manikins the nursing students use, and much more. There will be plenty of fun and friendly STEM design competitions. The final episode will be a full-day guided visit at the interactive Perot Museum in Dallas.
Apply by visiting http://www.mscok.edu or contact either Don Loving at 580.319.0323 or Dan Moore at 580.387.7505.

Northeastern State University, Tahlequah
RACE to Space with NASA
Commuter
June 8-12

Ever wanted to meet with NASA and explore their programs? June 8-12 NASA is touching down at Northeastern State University and they need your help with some of the problems they are experiencing with space transportation, engineering and sustainability. This academy will work with real-world problems and challenges NASA and NSU have been trying to solve. Who knows? Maybe you are destined for a career in one of their science fields. Come find out with us. Contact: Barbara Fuller at roboticsacademy@nsuok.edu or call 918.444.3739 for an application.

Oral Roberts University, Tulsa
Summer Math and Science Academy
Residential
June 8-12

This Academy is a program providing opportunities for developing skills to learn mathematics, science and engineering. Mathematical activities include code breaking cryptology and fractal pattern recognition. Science experiences include field trips, real-world technologies, rocketry and laboratory work where students seek to understand the natural world. The use of problem-solving ideas and projects-based learning integrate these mathematics and science experiences. Apply by visiting https://oru.edu/academics/cose/summer-academy.php or contact Dr. John Matsson at jmatsson@oru.edu at Oral Roberts University, School of Engineering, 7777 South Lewis Avenue, Tulsa, OK, 74171 or 918.495.6935

Northeastern State University, Broken Arrow Branch Campus
Get Green for Blue: Outdoor STEM Investigations Connecting Water to You
Commuter
June 22-26

Put on your waders, grab your net and let's catch those critters! Working in teams, you will learn about water quality through collecting data, analyzing the health of water bodies, and determining possible solutions to water quality problems. This STEM Summer Academy program is funded by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and is open to students entering the 8th through the 10th grades. Come to Northeastern State University in Broken Arrow and the Rogers County Outdoor Education Reserve June 22-26 and be a part of this fun, activity-based STEM adventure! For more information contact Dr. Pamela Christol, Phone 918-449-6539, email: christol@nsuok.edu

Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology, Okmulgee
Emerging and Converging Technologies Academy
Residential
July 19-24

Students will apply math and science skills while participating in hands-on lab exercises in seven different programs offered at OSUIT. Participants will have the opportunity to actually go on the job with Culinary Arts, Engineering Technologies, Visual Communications, Nursing, Information Technologies, Automotive and Air Conditioning/Refrigeration graduates. In addition, students will experience college life in the dorms. Students will participate in many fun-filled evening activities and investigate the undeniable claim that a college degree will take students where they want to go. Contact: Angie Been at angie.been@okstate.edu or Chad Spurlock at chad.spurlock@okstate.edu, or fax at 918.293.4853.

University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond
The Engineering Workshop Academy
Commuter
June 1-5
June 8-12

The University of Central Oklahoma Department of Engineering and Physics will offer the Engineering Workshop Academy for two five-day, non-residential sessions of hands-on activities and science projects that promote intentional play and decision-making. The academy will encourage participants critical thinking skills while promoting diversity and a constructive team climate to stimulate creativity and imagination. Attendees will work in teams to design, build, test, and improve upon their projects to compete with other teams in the fields of aerodynamics, steam power generation, instrumentation and mechatronics. UCO faculty members serve as instructors while engineering students guide each team as participants explore the exciting future of STEM. Contact: Dr. Abdellah ait moussa at aaitmoussa@uco.edu or 405.974.5293.

The University of Oklahoma, Norman
Earth Cycles: The Geology of Carbon, Water and Life
Residential
July 12-17

The Earth Cycles: The Geology of Carbon, Water, and Life Academy will afford rising 8th, 9th, and 10th graders a rich experience in human's interactions with geological processes (rock cycle, water cycle and carbon cycle) including energy, will provide critical connections among the STEAM fields and societal issues that they will likely face either in the future careers, or as citizens. For more information contact: Cassie Eads, Precollegiate Programs at 405.325.6897, email: precollegiateprograms@ou.edu, visit the website: youth.ou.edu

The University of Tulsa, Tulsa
The Ultimate Technology, Engineering and Cryptography (U-TEC) Academy
Residential
June 28 - July 2

Cryptography, engineering and technology go hand in hand. The University of Tulsa will host its first engineering and cryptography academy this coming summer for students who enjoy solving puzzles, finding solutions to engineering challenges, and are interested in integrating technology in the process. Four field trips are planned, including the tunnels under Tulsa, the Gathering Place and the Central Library Escape Room. Students not only find solutions to puzzles, but create their own. Escape games, cryptography challenges, swimming and other recreation will occur daily. Interested? Contact: Dr. Brown at 918.631.2719 or at http://www.orgs.utulsa.edu/crypto/

The University of Tulsa, Tulsa
Technology Education and Collaborative (TEC) Academy
Residential
July 6-11

Held at The University of Tulsa, the Technology Education and Collaborative (TEC) Academy is a residential technology academy for students interested in computers and GPS-related technologies. Students will use hand-held GPS receivers for data collection at TU and during field trips, then process the data to create interactive GIS maps. Video will be collected for MovieMaker, chat rooms and journaling will be done with Blackboard, GPS scavenger hunts and geo-caches will use ArcVoyager. Escape games, swimming and other recreation will occur daily as well as many presentations in PowerPoint and Comic Life. Interested? Contact: Dr. Brown at 918.631.2719 or at http://www.orgs.utulsa.edu/tec/

The University of Tulsa, Tulsa
Summer Engineering Academy
Commuter
July 6-10

The Summer Engineering Academy at The University of Tulsa teaches students about careers in electrical and mechanical engineering through hands-on design projects, interactions with industry professionals, and group activities. Students will experience the engineering design process, including troubleshooting problems and complete design challenges. Many activities center on the design, construction, and applications of an autonomous vehicle including drones, including soldering, sensor systems and machining. Students will present their experiences and be invited to participate in follow-up activities. The goal is to enhance student interest in pursuing engineering as a career. Contact: Peter LoPresti, 918.631.3274, peter-lopresti@utulsa.edu, or apply online at https://engineering.utulsa.edu/electrical-computer-engineering/electrical-engineering-summer-academy/ at the bottom of the page.

University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, Chickasha
Where Does our Food Come From and How Did it Get There?
Residential
July 13-17
July 20-24

Summer Academy "Where does our food come from and how did it get there?" targets students entering 8th or 9th grade interested in STEM topics and food. The Academy will follow the progress of food from the garden to the kitchen to the pantry for a rainy day or any day. Attendees will learn the science behind rising bread, nutrients in food, and the presence of proteins in fish samples. Will also attend trips to local farms and food processing plants. Most of all, go home with all the items made in camp to share with family. Contact: Jeannette M Loutsch at jloutsch@usao.edu, 405.574.1325, or http://usao.edu/usaofoodcamp.

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9th Grade

Cameron University, Lawton
Engineering and Applied Mathematics Summer Academy
Residential
June 6-12

High school students will study and experiment with solar power design by learning about energy harnessing and application through hands on solar power system build and design. Students will utilize a 3-D printer and raw materials to design and construct their solar powered surface submarine or boat.  Following the Engineering Design Process, students will research, design, test, and redesign their solar powered systems. Next, using their newly designed solar powered boats, students will strive to maximize their designs through the redesign process. The final project will include a design competition of the designed systems based on set criteria. As the week ends students will reflect on their team design process and their own personal growth during the academy as they present their week to fellow academy participants, family, faculty, sponsors, industry and the community. 
Please apply online through the Google document link: http://www.cameron.edu/engineeringandmath/applyforms
Contact: Dr. Sheila Youngblood at syoungbl@cameron.edu

Cameron University, Lawton
NanoExplorers: A High School Summer Science Academy
Residential
June 7-12
and June 14-19
Do you want to learn how to build and program an aquatic drone, to lean how DNA is used to solve crimes in Forensics or to learn about the physics of amusement parks?  If so attend NanoExplorers: A High School Summer Science Academy, a ten-day residential STEM academy at Cameron University scheduled for June 7-12 and 14-19, 2020. You will check in Sunday night, June 7 and spend the week learning about nanostructures and nanotechnology. You will visit Frontier City in Oklahoma City Friday, June 12, and meet your parents in Oklahoma City or Lawton and go home for the weekend. You will return Sunday night, June 14 and spend another week building circuits, learning about polymers and how we characterize a stream or lake as an environmental chemist. On Friday, June 14, we will have closing activities which will include power point presentations, an academy quiz bowl, chemical magic shows, preparation of homemade ice cream and academy evaluations. In the evenings you will learn about careers in nanotechnology, participate in social activities including swimming, basketball and Laser Tag. The activities will be designed to introduce the concept of nanotechnology and will include applications in both chemistry and physics as well as information about career opportunities related to nanotechnology.
Contact: Dr. E. Ann Nalley at annn@cameron.edu or 580.581.2889 to apply.

East Central University, Ada
Molecules of Nature
Residential
June 15-19

The Molecules of Nature Summer Academy is a residential camp for 8th and 9th graders, held on the East Central University campus in Ada from June 15 to June 19, 2020. Participants will synthesize molecules that are important in fields such as medicine, food processing and agriculture, learn laboratory safety and perform standard purification techniques, while gaining hands-on experience with modern scientific instruments. Participants will learn about opportunities available to those who pursue college degrees in STEM, and will take a field trip to the Noble Research Institute.
Apply by visiting http://Moleculesofnature.ecok.edu

East Central University, Ada
Explorations in Computer Science & Robotics
Residential
June 7-12

ECU's Explorations in Computer Science & Robotics Summer Academy is a one-week residential experience that will engage participants in the exciting imagination-stretching, logic-building and fun world of computer science. Students will learn programming, explore the endless possibilities of computer science careers, interact with professionals and experience college life. Students will invoke their creativity and problem-solving skills in a variety of ways including app, web development, design, building and programming fully autonomous robots.
For more information and to apply, visit http://robotics.ecok.edu or email ComputerScience@ecok.edu
Contact: Mary K. Tarver, 580.559.5593 or Matt McGaha, 580.559.5969  

Murray State College, Ardmore & Tishomingo
Exploring Biotechnology
Commuter
June 22-27 (Ardmore)

July 6-11 (Tishomingo)
Whether your interest in biology is medical, conservation or zoology, and if your interest in technology is programming, building electronics, robotics or the arts there will be something for you in our day camp "Exploring Biotechnology." Besides basic programming and robotics we will use the same robotic manikins the nursing students use, and much more. There will be plenty of fun and friendly STEM design competitions. The final episode will be a full-day guided visit at the interactive Perot Museum in Dallas.
Apply by visiting http://www.mscok.edu or contact either Don Loving at 580.319.0323 or Dan Moore at 580.387.7505.

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College, Miami
E.D.U.C.A.T.E. M.E.
Residential
June 14-19

The EDUCATE ME Summer Academy is an interactive, hands-on learning opportunity to introduce you to careers in health care and increase awareness of complimentary alternative health practices. The Academy will focus on career options in Nursing, Physical Education and Athletic Training. You will explore how therapeutic humor is used in nursing and medicine, learning clowning techniques, guided imagery, stress reduction and juggling. You will explore the practice of Native American healing methods, participating in multiple cultural experiences. The learning activities will occur in on-campus simulation laboratories and physical education facilities, and on the grounds of the Miami Tribe.
Interested students and parents may obtain an application for the EDUCATE ME Summer Academy by contacting Vickie Garner via email at Vickie.garner@neo.edu or via phone to the Nursing Department at 918-540-6316.

Northeastern State University, Broken Arrow Branch Campus
Get Green for Blue: Outdoor STEM Investigations Connecting Water to You
Commuter
June 22-26

Put on your waders, grab your net and let's catch those critters! Working in teams, you will learn about water quality through collecting data, analyzing the health of water bodies, and determining possible solutions to water quality problems. This STEM Summer Academy program is funded by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and is open to students entering the 8th through the 10th grades. Come to Northeastern State University in Broken Arrow and the Rogers County Outdoor Education Reserve June 22-26 and be a part of this fun, activity-based STEM adventure!  For more information contact Dr. Pamela Christol, Phone 918-449-6539, email: christol@nsuok.edu Website: https://academics.nsuok.edu/continuingeducation/Youth-Programs/Free-STEM-Academy-8th-10th-Grades

Northeastern State University, Tahlequah
RACE to Space with NASA
Commuter
June 8-12

Ever wanted to meet with NASA and explore their programs? June 8-12 NASA is touching down at Northeastern State University and they need your help with some of the problems they are experiencing with space transportation, engineering and sustainability. This academy will work with real-world problems and challenges NASA and NSU have been trying to solve. Who knows? Maybe you are destined for a career in one of their science fields. Come find out with us.
Contact: Barbara Fuller at roboticsacademy@nsuok.edu or call 918.444.3739 for an application.

Oklahoma State University, Stillwater
Camp TURF (Tomorrow's Undergraduates Realizing the Future)
Residential
May 31 - June 12

Camp TURF is a two-week, residential academy at Oklahoma State University-Stillwater. Students will interact with professors and explore a variety of careers in horticulture and landscape architecture, with hands-on activities such as cloning, grafting, filming an Oklahoma Gardening segment for television, making pervious concrete pavers, drawing landscape symbols and building a model residential landscape, assembling irrigation systems, and creating dish gardens and bonsai. Helpful sessions about college admission, financial aid, and career aptitudes will be interspersed throughout the academy. Evening and recreational activities are also planned.
To apply, contact: Dr. Shelley Mitchell, shelley.mitchell@okstate.edu, 405.744.5755.

Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology, Okmulgee
Emerging and Converging Technologies Academy
Residential
July 19-24

Students will apply math and science skills while participating in hands-on lab exercises in seven different programs offered at OSUIT. Participants will have the opportunity to actually go on the job with Culinary Arts, Engineering Technologies, Visual Communications, Nursing, Information Technologies, Automotive and Air Conditioning/Refrigeration graduates. In addition, students will experience college life in the dorms. Students will participate in many fun-filled evening activities and investigate the undeniable claim that a college degree will take students where they want to go.
Contact: Angie Been at angie.been@okstate.edu or Chad Spurlock at chad.spurlock@okstate.edu, or fax at 918.293.4853.

Oral Roberts University, Tulsa
Summer Math and Science Academy
Residential
June 8-12

This Academy is a program providing opportunities for developing skills to learn mathematics, science and engineering. Mathematical activities include code breaking cryptology and fractal pattern recognition. Science experiences include field trips, real-world technologies, rocketry and laboratory work where students seek to understand the natural world. The use of problem-solving ideas and projects-based learning integrate these mathematics and science experiences.
Apply by visiting https://oru.edu/academics/cose/summer-academy.php or contact Dr. John Matsson at jmatsson@oru.edu at Oral Roberts University, School of Engineering, 7777 South Lewis Avenue, Tulsa, OK, 74171 or 918.495.6935

Seminole State College, Seminole
Peek Into Engineering
Residential
July 26-31

Seminole State College holds the Peek Into Engineering Residential Summer Academy, beginning July 26th and ending July 31st, which targets rising 9th through 12th grade students. Teams of students will design and assemble underwater remote-operated vehicles. Participants will also be exposed to simple electronic circuitry. Exciting activities will expose participants to aerospace, computer, electrical, material, mechanical and bio-engineering. Field trips will be taken to either OU or OSU, and an engineering facility (Enviro Systems Inc.). Competitions will be held throughout the Academy.
Contact: Jarrod Tollett, 405.382.9217 or http://www.sscok.edu/PIEAcademy/PIEMainPg.htm

University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond
The Engineering Workshop Academy
Commuter
June 1-5

June 8-12
The University of Central Oklahoma Department of Engineering and Physics will offer the Engineering Workshop Academy for two 5-day, non-residential sessions of hands-on activities and science projects that promote intentional play and decision-making. The academy will encourage participants critical thinking skills while promoting diversity and a constructive team climate to stimulate creativity and imagination. Attendees will work in teams to design, build, test, and improve upon their projects to compete with other teams in the fields of aerodynamics, steam power generation, instrumentation and mechatronics. UCO faculty members serve as instructors while engineering students guide each team as participants explore the exciting future of STEM.
Contact: Dr. Abdellah ait moussa at aaitmoussa@uco.edu or 405.974.5293.

The University of Oklahoma, Norman
Design in Action: Creativity, Innovation, and Sustainability Shaping the Built Environment
Residential
June 8-12

This academy offers thirty rising 9th and 10th grade students a one-week opportunity to explore the disciplines in the University of Oklahoma's College of Architecture. The academy will introduce students to an interdisciplinary study of the built environment by incorporating the disciplines of Architecture, Interior Design and Construction Science. Program participants will live in university residence halls in order to experience real college life. Students from the College of Architecture will assist the academy students in order to facilitate collaborative interaction with students representing the disciplines associated with the College of Architecture.
Contact: Cassie Eads, 405.325.6897, precollegiateprograms@ou.edu, or visit youth.ou.edu

The University of Oklahoma, Norman
Earth Cycles: The Geology of Carbon, Water and Life
Residential
July 12-17

The Earth Cycles: The Geology of Carbon, Water, and Life Academy will afford rising 8th, 9th, and 10th graders a rich experience in human's interactions with geological processes (rock cycle, water cycle and carbon cycle) including energy, will provide critical connections among the STEAM fields and societal issues that they will likely face either in the future careers, or as citizens.
For more information contact: Cassie Eads, Precollegiate Programs at 405.325.6897, email: precollegiateprograms@ou.edu, visit the website: youth.ou.edu

University of Oklahoma, Norman
The Oklahoma Mesonet-Meteorology Sweeping Down the Plains
Residential
June 14-19

This academy offers a one-week residential program for students entering 9th, 10th, and 11th grades focused on weather. Students will learn about atmospheric interactions from fronts to thunderstorm development, how data are collected, and how to analyze weather maps. Students will be exposed to meteorology careers including operational forecasters from NOAA's offices; field researchers; television broadcasters; and the emergency management community. Thirty students will be accepted.
Contact: Cassie Eads, 405.325.6897, precollegiateprograms@ou.edu, or visit youth.ou.edu

The University of Tulsa, Tulsa
The Ultimate Technology, Engineering and Cryptography (U-TEC) Academy
Residential
June 28 - July 2

Cryptography, engineering and technology go hand in hand. The University of Tulsa will host its first engineering and cryptography academy this coming summer for students who enjoy solving puzzles, finding solutions to engineering challenges, and are interested in integrating technology in the process. Four field trips are planned, including the tunnels under Tulsa, the Gathering Place and the Central Library Escape Room. Students not only find solutions to puzzles, but create their own. Escape games, cryptography challenges, swimming and other recreation will occur daily.
Interested? Contact: Dr. Brown at 918.631.2719 or at http://www.orgs.utulsa.edu/crypto/

The University of Tulsa, Tulsa
Technology Education and Collaborative (TEC) Academy
Residential
July 6-11

Held at The University of Tulsa, the Technology Education and Collaborative (TEC) Academy is a residential technology academy for students interested in computers and GPS-related technologies. Students will use hand-held GPS receivers for data collection at TU and during field trips, then process the data to create interactive GIS maps. Video will be collected for MovieMaker, chat rooms and journaling will be done with Blackboard, GPS scavenger hunts and geo-caches will use ArcVoyager. Escape games, swimming and other recreation will occur daily as well as many presentations in PowerPoint and Comic Life. Interested?
Contact: Dr. Brown at 918.631.2719 or at http://www.orgs.utulsa.edu/tec/

The University of Tulsa, Tulsa
Summer Engineering Academy
Commuter
July 6-10

The Summer Engineering Academy at The University of Tulsa teaches students about careers in electrical and mechanical engineering through hands-on design projects, interactions with industry professionals, and group activities. Students will experience the engineering design process, including troubleshooting problems and complete design challenges. Many activities center on the design, construction, and applications of an autonomous vehicle including drones, including soldering, sensor systems and machining. Students will present their experiences and be invited to participate in follow-up activities. The goal is to enhance student interest in pursuing engineering as a career.
Contact: Peter LoPresti, 918.631.3274, peter-lopresti@utulsa.edu, or apply online at https://engineering.utulsa.edu/electrical-computer-engineering/electrical-engineering-summer-academy/ at the bottom of the page.

University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, Chickasha
Where Does our Food Come From and How Did it Get There?
Residential
July 13-17

July 20-24
Summer Academy "Where does our food come from and how did it get there?" targets students entering 8th or 9th grade interested in STEM topics and food. The Academy will follow the progress of food from the garden to the kitchen to the pantry for a rainy day or any day. Attendees will learn the science behind rising bread, nutrients in food, and the presence of proteins in fish samples. Will also attend trips to local farms and food processing plants. Most of all, go home with all the items made in camp to share with family.
Contact: Jeannette M Loutsch at jloutsch@usao.edu, 405.574.1325, or http://usao.edu/usaofoodcamp

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10th Grade

Cameron University, Lawton
Engineering and Applied Mathematics Summer Academy
Residential
June 6-12

High school students will study and experiment with solar power design by learning about energy harnessing and application through hands on solar power system build and design. Students will utilize a 3-D printer and raw materials to design and construct their solar powered surface submarine or boat.  Following the Engineering Design Process, students will research, design, test, and redesign their solar powered systems. Next, using their newly designed solar powered boats, students will strive to maximize their designs through the redesign process. The final project will include a design competition of the designed systems based on set criteria. As the week ends students will reflect on their team design process and their own personal growth during the academy as they present their week to fellow academy participants, family, faculty, sponsors, industry and the community. 
Please apply online through the Google document link: http://www.cameron.edu/engineeringandmath/applyforms
Contact: Dr. Sheila Youngblood at syoungbl@cameron.edu

Cameron University, Lawton
NanoExplorers: A High School Summer Science Academy
Residential
June 7-12
and June 14-19
Do you want to learn how to build and program an aquatic drone, to lean how DNA is used to solve crimes in Forensics or to learn about the physics of amusement parks?  If so attend NanoExplorers: A High School Summer Science Academy, a ten-day residential STEM academy at Cameron University scheduled for June 7-12 and 14-19, 2020. You will check in Sunday night, June 7 and spend the week learning about nanostructures and nanotechnology. You will visit Frontier City in Oklahoma City FridayFriday, June 12, and meet your parents in Oklahoma City or Lawton and go home for the weekend. You will return Sunday night, June 14 and spend another week building circuits, learning about polymers and how we characterize a stream or lake as an environmental chemist. On Friday, June 14, we will have closing activities which will include power point presentations, an academy quiz bowl, chemical magic shows, preparation of homemade ice cream and academy evaluations. In the evenings you will learn about careers in nanotechnology, participate in social activities including swimming, basketball and Laser Tag. The activities will be designed to introduce the concept of nanotechnology and will include applications in both chemistry and physics as well as information about career opportunities related to nanotechnology.
Contact: Dr. E. Ann Nalley at annn@cameron.edu or 580.581.2889 to apply.

East Central University, Ada
Explorations in Computer Science & Robotics
Residential
June 7-12

ECU's Explorations in Computer Science & Robotics Summer Academy is a one-week residential experience that will engage participants in the exciting imagination-stretching, logic-building and fun world of computer science. Students will learn programming, explore the endless possibilities of computer science careers, interact with professionals and experience college life. Students will invoke their creativity and problem-solving skills in a variety of ways including app, web development, design, building and programming fully autonomous robots.
For more information and to apply, visit http://robotics.ecok.edu or email ComputerScience@ecok.edu
Contact: Mary K. Tarver, 580.559.5593 or Matt McGaha, 580.559.5969  

Langston University, Langston
Intensive Academy for Math, Science and Technology
Residential
May 31 - June 13

Langston University and the Oklahoma State Regents present "An Intensive Summer Academy in Math, Science and Technology for Grades 10-12." This is a two-week residential academy for 36 aspiring mathematicians, scientists and engineers. Our focus will be on improving students' appreciation for and enrollment in Oklahoma core curricula through intense, positive experiences in mathematics, chemistry, biology, technology and Preparation for Success. Oklahoma core curricula, ACT preparation, scholarships, undergraduate and graduate school matriculation are addressed. Experiences will incorporate cutting edge technologies that support hands-on activities, and innovative teaching and learning.
Visit www.langston.edu/math-and-science-academy or contact Dr. Alonzo F. Peterson, summeracademy@langston.edu, 405.466.3419

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College, Miami
E.D.U.C.A.T.E. M.E.
Residential
June 14-19

The EDUCATE ME Summer Academy is an interactive, hands-on learning opportunity to introduce you to careers in health care and increase awareness of complimentary alternative health practices. The Academy will focus on career options in Nursing, Physical Education and Athletic Training. You will explore how therapeutic humor is used in nursing and medicine, learning clowning techniques, guided imagery, stress reduction and juggling. You will explore the practice of Native American healing methods, participating in multiple cultural experiences. The learning activities will occur in on-campus simulation laboratories and physical education facilities, and on the grounds of the Miami Tribe.
Interested students and parents may obtain an application for the EDUCATE ME Summer Academy by contacting Vickie Garner via email at Vickie.garner@neo.edu or via phone to the Nursing Department at 918-540-6316.

Northeastern State University, Broken Arrow Branch Campus
Get Green for Blue: Outdoor STEM Investigations Connecting Water to You
Commuter
June 22-26

Put on your waders, grab your net and let's catch those critters! Working in teams, you will learn about water quality through collecting data, analyzing the health of water bodies, and determining possible solutions to water quality problems. This STEM Summer Academy program is funded by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and is open to students entering the 8th through the 10th grades. Come to Northeastern State University in Broken Arrow and the Rogers County Outdoor Education Reserve June 22-26 and be a part of this fun, activity-based STEM adventure!  For more information contact Dr. Pamela Christol, Phone 918-449-6539, email: christol@nsuok.edu
Website: https://academics.nsuok.edu/continuingeducation/Youth-Programs/Free-STEM-Academy-8th-10th-Grades

Northeastern State University, Tahlequah
RACE to Space with NASA
Commuter
June 8-12

Ever wanted to meet with NASA and explore their programs? June 8-12 NASA is touching down at Northeastern State University and they need your help with some of the problems they are experiencing with space transportation, engineering and sustainability. This academy will work with real-world problems and challenges NASA and NSU have been trying to solve. Who knows? Maybe you are destined for a career in one of their science fields. Come find out with us.
Contact: Barbara Fuller at roboticsacademy@nsuok.edu or call 918.444.3739 for an application.

Oklahoma State University, Stillwater
Camp TURF (Tomorrow's Undergraduates Realizing the Future)
Residential
May 31 - June 12

Camp TURF is a two-week, residential academy at Oklahoma State University-Stillwater. Students will interact with professors and explore a variety of careers in horticulture and landscape architecture, with hands-on activities such as cloning, grafting, filming an Oklahoma Gardening segment for television, making pervious concrete pavers, drawing landscape symbols and building a model residential landscape, assembling irrigation systems, and creating dish gardens and bonsai. Helpful sessions about college admission, financial aid, and career aptitudes will be interspersed throughout the academy. Evening and recreational activities are also planned.
To apply, contact: Dr. Shelley Mitchell, shelley.mitchell@okstate.edu, 405.744.5755.

Oklahoma State University, Stillwater
It's a Polymer Life-Polymers of Everyday Life Summer Academy
Residential
July 20-24

Students will make polymers, understand and measure the properties of polymers, and why polymers are used in everyday life from packaging to automobile parts to artificial organs to bulletproof vests. In addition, they will learn in the laboratory dyeing different types of polymers from natural (cotton) to synthetic (polyester/nylon) and how the polymers' properties affect the dyeing process. Students will also explore the science of baking and experience college life in a five-day residential academy.
This is a partnership with OSU College of Arts and the Division of Institutional Diversity.
Contact: Dr. Jovette Dew, 405.744.5335, jovette.dew@okstate.edu

Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology, Okmulgee
Emerging and Converging Technologies Academy
Residential
July 19-24

Students will apply math and science skills while participating in hands-on lab exercises in seven different programs offered at OSUIT. Participants will have the opportunity to actually go on the job with Culinary Arts, Engineering Technologies, Visual Communications, Nursing, Information Technologies, Automotive and Air Conditioning/Refrigeration graduates. In addition, students will experience college life in the dorms. Students will participate in many fun-filled evening activities and investigate the undeniable claim that a college degree will take students where they want to go.
Contact: Angie Been at angie.been@okstate.edu or Chad Spurlock at chad.spurlock@okstate.edu, or fax at 918.293.4853.

Seminole State College, Seminole
Peek Into Engineering
Residential
July 26-31

Seminole State College holds the Peek Into Engineering Residential Summer Academy, beginning July 26th and ending July 31st, which targets rising 9th through 12th grade students. Teams of students will design and assemble underwater remote-operated vehicles. Participants will also be exposed to simple electronic circuitry. Exciting activities will expose participants to aerospace, computer, electrical, material, mechanical and bio-engineering. Field trips will be taken to either OU or OSU, and an engineering facility (Enviro Systems Inc.). Competitions will be held throughout the Academy.
Contact: Jarrod Tollett, 405.382.9217 or http://www.sscok.edu/PIEAcademy/PIEMainPg.htm

Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Weatherford
Summer Science and Mathematics Academy
Residential
June 7-19

SSMA is a Summer Academy designed to give 32 high school juniors and seniors a two-week experience in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. This program is designed to motivate students toward pursuing higher education and careers in STEM disciplines. SSMA will be located on the SWOSU campus with participants living in dormitories, dining in the cafeteria, and taking classes in a variety of science content and communication areas. Laboratory and field experiences will enhance the participants' problem-solving skills. During the second week, participants will be involved in a problem-solving competition. Contact: Dr. Brian D. Campbell at 580.774.3118 or brian.campbell@swosu.edu

University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond
The Engineering Workshop Academy
Commuter
June 1-5

June 8-12
The University of Central Oklahoma Department of Engineering and Physics will offer the Engineering Workshop Academy for two 5-day, non-residential sessions of hands-on activities and science projects that promote intentional play and decision-making. The academy will encourage participants critical thinking skills while promoting diversity and a constructive team climate to stimulate creativity and imagination. Attendees will work in teams to design, build, test, and improve upon their projects to compete with other teams in the fields of aerodynamics, steam power generation, instrumentation and mechatronics. UCO faculty members serve as instructors while engineering students guide each team as participants explore the exciting future of STEM.
Contact: Dr. Abdellah ait moussa at aaitmoussa@uco.edu or 405.974.5293.

University of Oklahoma, Norman
Design in Action: Creativity, Innovation, and Sustainability Shaping the Built Environment
Residential
June 8-12

This academy offers thirty rising 9th and 10th grade students a one-week opportunity to explore the disciplines in the University of Oklahoma's College of Architecture. The academy will introduce students to an interdisciplinary study of the built environment by incorporating the disciplines of Architecture, Interior Design and Construction Science. Program participants will live in university residence halls in order to experience real college life. Students from the College of Architecture will assist the academy students in order to facilitate collaborative interaction with students representing the disciplines associated with the College of Architecture.
Contact: Cassie Eads, 405.325.6897, precollegiateprograms@ou.edu, or visit youth.ou.edu

The University of Oklahoma, Norman
Earth Cycles: The Geology of Carbon, Water and Life
Residential
July 12-17

The Earth Cycles: The Geology of Carbon, Water, and Life Academy will afford rising 8th, 9th, and 10th graders a rich experience in human's interactions with geological processes (rock cycle, water cycle and carbon cycle) including energy, will provide critical connections among the STEAM fields and societal issues that they will likely face either in the future careers, or as citizens.
For more information contact: Cassie Eads, Precollegiate Programs at 405.325.6897, email: precollegiateprograms@ou.edu, visit the website: youth.ou.edu

University of Oklahoma, Norman
The Oklahoma Mesonet-Meteorology Sweeping Down the Plains
Residential
June 14-19

This academy offers a one-week residential program for students entering 9th, 10th, and 11th grades focused on weather. Students will learn about atmospheric interactions from fronts to thunderstorm development, how data are collected, and how to analyze weather maps. Students will be exposed to meteorology careers including operational forecasters from NOAA's National Weather Service offices; field researchers; television broadcasters; and the emergency management community. Thirty students will be accepted.
Contact: Cassie Eads, 405.325.6897, precollegiateprograms@ou.edu, or visit youth.ou.edu

The University of Tulsa, Tulsa
Summer Engineering Academy
Commuter
July 6-10

The Summer Engineering Academy at The University of Tulsa teaches students about careers in electrical and mechanical engineering through hands-on design projects, interactions with industry professionals, and group activities. Students will experience the engineering design process, including troubleshooting problems and complete design challenges. Many activities center on the design, construction, and applications of an autonomous vehicle including drones, including soldering, sensor systems and machining. Students will present their experiences and be invited to participate in follow-up activities. The goal is to enhance student interest in pursuing engineering as a career.
Contact: Peter LoPresti, 918.631.3274, peter-lopresti@utulsa.edu, or apply online at https://engineering.utulsa.edu/electrical-computer-engineering/electrical-engineering-summer-academy/ at the bottom of the page.

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11th Grade

Cameron University, Lawton
Engineering and Applied Mathematics Summer Academy
Residential
June 6-12

High school students will study and experiment with solar power design by learning about energy harnessing and application through hands on solar power system build and design. Students will utilize a 3-D printer and raw materials to design and construct their solar powered surface submarine or boat.  Following the Engineering Design Process, students will research, design, test, and redesign their solar powered systems. Next, using their newly designed solar powered boats, students will strive to maximize their designs through the redesign process. The final project will include a design competition of the designed systems based on set criteria. As the week ends students will reflect on their team design process and their own personal growth during the academy as they present their week to fellow academy participants, family, faculty, sponsors, industry and the community. 
Please apply online through the Google document link: http://www.cameron.edu/engineeringandmath/applyforms
Contact: Dr. Sheila Youngblood at syoungbl@cameron.edu

Cameron University, Lawton
NanoExplorers: A High School Summer Science Academy
Residential
June 7-12
and June 14-19
Do you want to learn how to build and program an aquatic drone, to lean how DNA is used to solve crimes in Forensics or to learn about the physics of amusement parks?  If so attend NanoExplorers: A High School Summer Science Academy, a ten-day residential STEM academy at Cameron University scheduled for June 7-12 and 14-19, 2020. You will check in Sunday night, June 7 and spend the week learning about nanostructures and nanotechnology. You will visit Frontier City in Oklahoma City Friday, June 12, and meet your parents in Oklahoma City or Lawton and go home for the weekend. You will return Sunday night, June 14 and spend another week building circuits, learning about polymers and how we characterize a stream or lake as an environmental chemist. On Friday, June 14, we will have closing activities which will include power point presentations, an academy quiz bowl, chemical magic shows, preparation of homemade ice cream and academy evaluations. In the evenings you will learn about careers in nanotechnology, participate in social activities including swimming, basketball and Laser Tag. The activities will be designed to introduce the concept of nanotechnology and will include applications in both chemistry and physics as well as information about career opportunities related to nanotechnology.
Contact: Dr. E. Ann Nalley at annn@cameron.edu or 580.581.2889 to apply.

East Central University, Ada
Explorations in Computer Science & Robotics
Residential
June 7-12

ECU's Explorations in Computer Science & Robotics Summer Academy is a one-week residential experience that will engage participants in the exciting imagination-stretching, logic-building and fun world of computer science. Students will learn programming, explore the endless possibilities of computer science careers, interact with professionals and experience college life. Students will invoke their creativity and problem-solving skills in a variety of ways including app, web development, design, building and programming fully autonomous robots.
For more information and to apply, visit http://robotics.ecok.edu or email ComputerScience@ecok.edu
Contact: Mary K. Tarver, 580.559.5593 or Matt McGaha, 580.559.5969  

Langston University, Langston
Intensive Academy for Math, Science and Technology
Residential
May 31 - June 13

Langston University and the Oklahoma State Regents present "An Intensive Summer Academy in Math, Science and Technology for Grades 10-12." This is a two-week residential academy for 36 aspiring mathematicians, scientists and engineers. Our focus will be on improving students' appreciation for and enrollment in Oklahoma core curricula through intense, positive experiences in mathematics, chemistry, biology, technology and Preparation for Success. Oklahoma core curricula, ACT preparation, scholarships, undergraduate and graduate school matriculation are addressed. Experiences will incorporate cutting edge technologies that support hands-on activities, and innovative teaching and learning.
Visit www.langston.edu/math-and-science-academy or contact Dr. Alonzo F. Peterson, summeracademy@langston.edu, 405.466.3419

Northeastern State University, Tahlequah
RACE to Space with NASA
Commuter
June 8-12

Ever wanted to meet with NASA and explore their programs? June 8-12 NASA is touching down at Northeastern State University and they need your help with some of the problems they are experiencing with space transportation, engineering and sustainability. This academy will work with real-world problems and challenges NASA and NSU have been trying to solve. Who knows? Maybe you are destined for a career in one of their science fields. Come find out with us.
Contact: Barbara Fuller at roboticsacademy@nsuok.edu or call 918.444.3739 for an application.

Oklahoma State University, Stillwater
It's a Polymer Life-Polymers of Everyday Life Summer Academy
Residential
July 20-24

Students will make polymers, understand and measure the properties of polymers, and why polymers are used in everyday life from packaging to automobile parts to artificial organs to bulletproof vests. In addition, they will learn in the laboratory dyeing different types of polymers from natural (cotton) to synthetic (polyester/nylon) and how the polymers' properties affect the dyeing process. Students will also explore the science of baking and experience college life in a five-day residential academy.
This is a partnership with OSU College of Arts and the Division of Institutional Diversity.
Contact: Dr. Jovette Dew, 405.744.5335, jovette.dew@okstate.edu

Seminole State College, Seminole
Engineering Construction Management
Residential
July 26-31

Seminole State College holds the Engineering and Construction Management Residential Summer Academy, beginning July 26th ending July 31st, which targets rising 11th through 12th grade students. Teams of students will build a tiny house. Participants will also be exposed to construction safety. The project will expose participants to aspects of construction management from concept and blueprint reading to physical construction. Field trips will be taken to either OU or OSU, and involve working with architects and builders.
Contact: Jarrod Tollett, 405.382.9217 or http://www.sscok.edu/CMAcademy/CMMainPg.htm

Seminole State College, Seminole
Peek Into Engineering
Residential
July 26-31

Seminole State College holds the Peek Into Engineering Residential Summer Academy, beginning July 26th and ending July 31st, which targets rising 9th through 12th grade students. Teams of students will design and assemble underwater remote-operated vehicles. Participants will also be exposed to simple electronic circuitry. Exciting activities will expose participants to aerospace, computer, electrical, material, mechanical and bio-engineering. Field trips will be taken to either OU or OSU, and an engineering facility (Enviro Systems Inc.). Competitions will be held throughout the Academy.
Contact: Jarrod Tollett, 405.382.9217 or http://www.sscok.edu/PIEAcademy/PIEMainPg.htm

Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Weatherford
Summer Science and Mathematics Academy
Residential
June 7-19

SSMA is a Summer Academy designed to give 32 high school juniors and seniors a two-week experience in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. This program is designed to motivate students toward pursuing higher education and careers in STEM disciplines. SSMA will be located on the SWOSU campus with participants living in dormitories, dining in the cafeteria, and taking classes in a variety of science content and communication areas. Laboratory and field experiences will enhance the participants' problem-solving skills. During the second week, participants will be involved in a problem-solving competition. Contact: Dr. Brian D. Campbell at 580.774.3118 or brian.campbell@swosu.edu

University of Oklahoma, Norman
The Oklahoma Mesonet-Meteorology Sweeping Down the Plains
Residential
June 14-19

This academy offers a one-week residential program for students entering 9th, 10th, and 11th grades focused on weather. Students will learn about atmospheric interactions from fronts to thunderstorm development, how data are collected, and how to analyze weather maps. Students will be exposed to meteorology careers including operational forecasters from NOAA's offices; field researchers; television broadcasters; and the emergency management community. Thirty students will be accepted.
Contact: Cassie Eads, 405.325.6897, precollegiateprograms@ou.edu, or visit youth.ou.edu

The University of Tulsa, Tulsa
Summer Engineering Academy
Commuter
July 6-10

The Summer Engineering Academy at The University of Tulsa teaches students about careers in electrical and mechanical engineering through hands-on design projects, interactions with industry professionals, and group activities. Students will experience the engineering design process, including troubleshooting problems and complete design challenges. Many activities center on the design, construction, and applications of an autonomous vehicle including drones, including soldering, sensor systems and machining. Students will present their experiences and be invited to participate in follow-up activities. The goal is to enhance student interest in pursuing engineering as a career.
Contact: Peter LoPresti, 918.631.3274, peter-lopresti@utulsa.edu, or apply online at https://engineering.utulsa.edu/electrical-computer-engineering/electrical-engineering-summer-academy/ at the bottom of the page.

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12th Grade

Cameron University, Lawton
Engineering and Applied Mathematics Summer Academy
Residential
June 6-12

High school students will study and experiment with solar power design by learning about energy harnessing and application through hands on solar power system build and design. Students will utilize a 3-D printer and raw materials to design and construct their solar powered surface submarine or boat.  Following the Engineering Design Process, students will research, design, test, and redesign their solar powered systems. Next, using their newly designed solar powered boats, students will strive to maximize their designs through the redesign process. The final project will include a design competition of the designed systems based on set criteria. As the week ends students will reflect on their team design process and their own personal growth during the academy as they present their week to fellow academy participants, family, faculty, sponsors, industry and the community. 
Please apply online through the Google document link: http://www.cameron.edu/engineeringandmath/applyforms
Contact: Dr. Sheila Youngblood at syoungbl@cameron.edu

Cameron University, Lawton
NanoExplorers: A High School Summer Science Academy
Residential
June 7-12
and June 14-19
Do you want to learn how to build and program an aquatic drone, to lean how DNA is used to solve crimes in Forensics or to learn about the physics of amusement parks?  If so attend NanoExplorers: A High School Summer Science Academy, a ten-day residential STEM academy at Cameron University scheduled for June 7-12 and 14-19, 2020. You will check in Sunday night, June 7 and spend the week learning about nanostructures and nanotechnology. You will visit Frontier City in Oklahoma City FridayFriday, June 12, and meet your parents in Oklahoma City or Lawton and go home for the weekend. You will return Sunday night, June 14 and spend another week building circuits, learning about polymers and how we characterize a stream or lake as an environmental chemist. On Friday, June 14, we will have closing activities which will include power point presentations, an academy quiz bowl, chemical magic shows, preparation of homemade ice cream and academy evaluations. In the evenings you will learn about careers in nanotechnology, participate in social activities including swimming, basketball and Laser Tag. The activities will be designed to introduce the concept of nanotechnology and will include applications in both chemistry and physics as well as information about career opportunities related to nanotechnology.
Contact: Dr. E. Ann Nalley at annn@cameron.edu or 580.581.2889 to apply.

East Central University, Ada
Explorations in Computer Science & Robotics
Residential
June 7-12

ECU's Explorations in Computer Science & Robotics Summer Academy is a one-week residential experience that will engage participants in the exciting imagination-stretching, logic-building and fun world of computer science. Students will learn programming, explore the endless possibilities of computer science careers, interact with professionals and experience college life. Students will invoke their creativity and problem-solving skills in a variety of ways including app, web development, design, building and programming fully autonomous robots.
For more information and to apply, visit http://robotics.ecok.edu or email ComputerScience@ecok.edu
Contact: Mary K. Tarver, 580.559.5593 or Matt McGaha, 580.559.5969  

Langston University, Langston
Intensive Academy for Math, Science and Technology
Residential
May 31 - June 13

Langston University and the Oklahoma State Regents present "An Intensive Summer Academy in Math, Science and Technology for Grades 10-12." This is a two-week residential academy for 36 aspiring mathematicians, scientists and engineers. Our focus will be on improving students' appreciation for and enrollment in Oklahoma core curricula through intense, positive experiences in mathematics, chemistry, biology, technology and Preparation for Success. Oklahoma core curricula, ACT preparation, scholarships, undergraduate and graduate school matriculation are addressed. Experiences will incorporate cutting edge technologies that support hands-on activities, and innovative teaching and learning.
Visit www.langston.edu/math-and-science-academy or contact Dr. Alonzo F. Peterson, summeracademy@langston.edu, 405.466.3419

Northeastern State University, Tahlequah
RACE to Space with NASA
Commuter
June 8-12

Ever wanted to meet with NASA and explore their programs? June 8-12 NASA is touching down at Northeastern State University and they need your help with some of the problems they are experiencing with space transportation, engineering and sustainability. This academy will work with real-world problems and challenges NASA and NSU have been trying to solve. Who knows? Maybe you are destined for a career in one of their science fields. Come find out with us.
Contact: Barbara Fuller at roboticsacademy@nsuok.edu or call 918.444.3739 for an application.

Oklahoma State University, Stillwater
It's a Polymer Life-Polymers of Everyday Life Summer Academy
Residential
July 20-24

Students will make polymers, understand and measure the properties of polymers, and why polymers are used in everyday life from packaging to automobile parts to artificial organs to bulletproof vests. In addition, they will learn in the laboratory dyeing different types of polymers from natural (cotton) to synthetic (polyester/nylon) and how the polymers' properties affect the dyeing process. Students will also explore the science of baking and experience college life in a five-day residential academy.
This is a partnership with OSU College of Arts and the Division of Institutional Diversity.
Contact: Dr. Jovette Dew, 405.744.5335, jovette.dew@okstate.edu

Seminole State College, Seminole
Engineering Construction Management
Residential
July 26-31

Seminole State College holds the Engineering and Construction Management Residential Summer Academy, beginning July 26th ending July 31st, which targets rising 11th through 12th grade students. Teams of students will build a tiny house. Participants will also be exposed to construction safety. The project will expose participants to aspects of construction management from concept and blueprint reading to physical construction. Field trips will be taken to either OU or OSU, and involve working with architects and builders.
Contact: Jarrod Tollett, 405.382.9217 or http://www.sscok.edu/CMAcademy/CMMainPg.htm

Seminole State College, Seminole
Peek Into Engineering
Residential
July 26-31

Seminole State College holds the Peek Into Engineering Residential Summer Academy, beginning July 26th and ending July 31st, which targets rising 9th through 12th grade students. Teams of students will design and assemble underwater remote-operated vehicles. Participants will also be exposed to simple electronic circuitry. Exciting activities will expose participants to aerospace, computer, electrical, material, mechanical and bio-engineering. Field trips will be taken to either OU or OSU, and an engineering facility (Enviro Systems Inc.). Competitions will be held throughout the Academy.
Contact: Jarrod Tollett, 405.382.9217 or http://www.sscok.edu/PIEAcademy/PIEMainPg.htm

Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Weatherford
Summer Science and Mathematics Academy
Residential
June 7-19

SSMA is a Summer Academy designed to give 32 high school juniors and seniors a two-week experience in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. This program is designed to motivate students toward pursuing higher education and careers in STEM disciplines. SSMA will be located on the SWOSU campus with participants living in dormitories, dining in the cafeteria, and taking classes in a variety of science content and communication areas. Laboratory and field experiences will enhance the participants' problem-solving skills. During the second week, participants will be involved in a problem-solving competition. Contact: Dr. Brian D. Campbell at 580.774.3118 or brian.campbell@swosu.edu

The University of Tulsa, Tulsa
Summer Engineering Academy
Commuter
July 6-10

The Summer Engineering Academy at The University of Tulsa teaches students about careers in electrical and mechanical engineering through hands-on design projects, interactions with industry professionals, and group activities. Students will experience the engineering design process, including troubleshooting problems and complete design challenges. Many activities center on the design, construction, and applications of an autonomous vehicle including drones, including soldering, sensor systems and machining. Students will present their experiences and be invited to participate in follow-up activities. The goal is to enhance student interest in pursuing engineering as a career.
Contact: Peter LoPresti, 918.631.3274, peter-lopresti@utulsa.edu, or apply online at https://engineering.utulsa.edu/electrical-computer-engineering/electrical-engineering-summer-academy/ at the bottom of the page.