OSU-Tulsa and STEMFORCE host FREE three-day summer STEM workshop for kids
Oklahoma State University-Tulsa is partnering with STEMFORCE to host a free, three-day interactive workshop for middle and high school students from July 21 to 23. Students will participate in hands-on activities to explore their interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). This year, students will be building a scale model of the Tulsa historic Greenwood District. Each student will build a portion of the city as they imagine it should be today.
“I enjoy watching the minds of young scholars open-up to see what they can achieve,” said Alnetta Morris, OSU-Tulsa community engagement coordinator. “They come in thinking STEM is going to be hard and complicated. But by the end they are working in groups, problem solving and using their critical thinking skills, all while building their confidence.”
OSU-Tulsa and STEMFORCE are proud to present initiatives like this workshop to help students keep their minds active and involved during the summer. Their hope is to spark interest in the world of STEM and create a better understanding what STEM careers and activities all about.
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