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The College of Engineering is excited to invite you to participate in our annual Open House! Since 1912, the students of the University of Oklahoma have had the pleasure of extending an invitation to area high school students to participate in the Engineering Open House, the oldest and most successful event on the University of Oklahoma campus. High school students from across the state come to Norman each year to sample what the OU Engineering programs have to offer. Academic testing and engineering design competitions are the highlights of this event. These competitions are designed to allow students to display their knowledge of math, science, and logic areas. The annual Engineering Open House allows tomorrow?s engineers and scientists to get started today.
This is the Technology Student Association fall leadership conference.
This is the fall leadership conference for the Technology Student Association.
Professional Development for all STEM instructors. (New instructors should attend) Registration will be out soon.
The Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education will host a Continuous School Improvement Workshop Aug. 6, 2014, at the Tulsa Cox Convention Center. A post-CareerTech Summer Conference activity, the CSI workshop will have a separate registration with a fee of $50 per person. Space is limited, so registration for the workshop is on a first come, first served basis. The CSI workshop registration will open in conjunction with the CareerTech Summer Conference registration. All CareerTech Summer Conference designated hotels will honor the conference rate for the CSI conference as well. Workshop attendees needing lodging will simply need to extend their reservation by one day.
This meeting is for all CareerTech programs.
This academy is hands on exploration based on science, technology, engineering and math principles for students grades 9 through 12.
National TSA in Washington D.C., National Harbor Maryland
This is designed for those beginning inventor and specifically the GTT new program teachers.
This is for all the current CTSO state officers.