Events

Upcoming Community & Camps

USAO summer history camp 2015

(All day) Jun 09 to 10, 2015
Campuswide

Apply now for a scholarship to the USAO Summer History Camp, June 9-10, 2015. The history camp, now in it's fourth year, is designed to offer high school students a chance to experience college life, gain one-on-one interaction with a nationally-recognized historian and keynote speaker and give attendees additional contextual information on the period discussed in the annual Summer History Symposium.

brain waves

9:00 AM Jun 15 to 18, 2015
Austin Hall Lobby

An Interdisciplinary Science and Arts Camp for Motivated Students

The four-day camp for motivated students will emphasize USAO’s commitment to interdisciplinary education and will feature sessions from the sciences including wildlife, math, geology, food science, environmental science, physics and chemistry, as well as sessions from the arts including writing, music and art. Sessions will be taught by University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma summer faculty.

brain waves

9:00 AM Jun 22 to 25, 2015
Austin Hall Lobby

An Interdisciplinary Science and Arts Camp for Motivated Students

The four-day camp for motivated students will emphasize USAO’s commitment to interdisciplinary education and will feature sessions from the sciences including wildlife, math, geology, food science, environmental science, physics and chemistry, as well as sessions from the arts including writing, music and art. Sessions will be taught by University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma summer faculty.

2014 Camp collage

(All day) Jul 13 to 17, 2015
Campuswide

Summer Academy: “Where does our food come from and how did it get here?” 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. Attendees will learn the science behind the carbonation of root beer and bread, nutrients available in food, presence of genetically modified genes in snacks, trips to local farms and food processing plants, food-based games and movies as well as mentoring for high school and college.