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The University of Tulsa College of Engineering and Natural Sciences hosts a booth to teach students about circuits by playing with a kit called Little Bits.Students also design and build a fishing rod device out of a stick of wood, string and plastic silverware to try and fish a small plastic ball out of a pit.Petroleum Engineering – The student chapter of the Society of Petroleum Engineers partners with the Tulsa STEM Regional Alliance to organize interactive science-based oil and gas lab experiments at local elementary schools.Middle and elementary schools visit the TU campus to engage with students and learn about petroleum engineering.They are able to build circuits, run remote controlled cars, experience gravity, static electricity, liquid nitrogen and many other science-related activities. The event is organized by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers student group.
The Julia Robinson Math Festivals – inspire students to explore the richness and beauty of mathematics through activities that encourage collaborative, creative problem-solving.
TU’s computer gaming and early education course partners with the Tulsa Coding Club to provide game design and development activities for elementary students in local Title I schools.
Tulsa Girls’ Math Circle – for girls in grades 6-9.
The math circle provides an opportunity for girls who enjoy mathematics to work on challenging mathematical problems not used in standard school curriculum. The circle is free and open to girls who pre-register (
Tech Trek Tulsa – a week-long, residential science and math camp in June for girls entering 8th grade.
Many participants have commented on how helpful these programs are at giving them more direction in their path of study in high school.