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Upcoming Events

February 27

Space Weather: Professional Development for Oklahoma STEM Teachers

Online · Tuesday, February 27 / Registration deadline: February 19.

Join Dr. Susmita Hazra for this online professional development workshop on astronomy, designed for sixth to tenth grade science teachers. Attendees will earn a certificate and received a $75 stipend. Workshop topics will include: Understanding the Sun-Earth connection, Geomagnetic storms and how they affect Earth, and Hands-on apps to study the sky: Satellite GPS and how it works. This online event is scheduled from 4 to 5 p.m.  and is limited to eight participants. For more information, contact Dr. Susmita Hazra at Sponsored by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.

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CU Young Learners Science Exposition

McCasland Ballroom · April 29-30, 2024

The Department of Chemistry, Physics, and Engineering with the School of Arts and Sciences at Cameron University invite your students to participate in the Young Learners Science Exposition (K-5 Science Fair) Tuesday, April 30th. This event is designed to motivate and educate students from Kindergarten to 5th Grade in the world of sciences ranging from Chemistry, Physics, Engineering, Biology, and others. Public viewing is available Monday evening on April 29th. Students are to display their experiments at McCasland Ballroom.

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Applied Mathematics and Aerospace Engineering Summer Academy

June 2-7, 2024

This is a five night residential academy for middle school girls who have an interest in mathematics, aerospace and other STEM disciplines. The program will introduce aspects of science engineering through the use of academic projects related to mathematics and aerospace engineering that are designed to stimulate creativity. There is no charge to participate. For more information regarding the 2024 Summer Academy, contact, Dr. E. Ann Nalley at 580-581-2889 or via email at

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CU NanoExplorers

High School Summer Science Academy

Lawton CU campus · June 16-28, 2024

Do you want to learn how DNA is used to solve crimes through forensic science or to learn about the physics of amusement parks? You learn all this and more during NanoExplorers: A High School Summer Science Academy, a ten-day residential STEM academy at Cameron University. The program is limited to 24 participants. Applicants must be a rising freshman, sophomore or junior year of high school and must be an Oklahoma resident. The applications must be postmarked by April 15, 2024 and received prior to April 21, 2024. We will begin notifying selected applicants by May 1, 2024.

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