Science and Physical Education Camps

Women in Technology and Science (WITS)

Open to 5th and 6th grade girls, WITS is a day of workshops hosted by women professionals in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics fields. 

Two workshop participants work on arranging flowersTwo workshop participants sitting at desks, one with a hand raised to ask a questionSeven workshop participants observe, and interact with equipment on the floor of a classroomStudents sit at a table with microscopes and other scientific equipment, while instructors show them how to use itInstructor smiles while conversing with a student, while other students practice working with pipettesStudents concentrate while working with liquids in pipettes 

If you need additional information, please contact Dr. Jeannette M Loutsch at 405-512-8330 or


Summer Food Camp

Eighth- and ninth-grade students can learn about where food comes from and how it got there during the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma’s free, week-long, residential food camps held during the summer. Campers will follow the progress of food from the garden to the kitchen to the pantry. They will learn fundamental cooking techniques as well as the science behind how and why these techniques create delicious flavors.

An eggplant and peppers on a tableStudents listen intently as the instructor explainsJars arranged in rows with purple jam insideThe instructor demonstrates while the students watchA student mixes in a large potCarefully straining ingredients into a bowl

2024 information coming soon!