Potential Collaborators for Broader Impacts Activities

Institutional Collaboration Opportunities

Center for Research in STEM Teaching and Learning (CRSTL)
Contact: Dr. Toni Ivey, Assistant Prof., Science Education
toni.Ivey@okstate.edu  405.744.9505

CRSTL strives to be a hub for research on teaching and learning in Oklahoma and across the science and mathematics disciplines.  We welcome faculty cohorts from STEM fields interested in a safe place for creating and defining innovative ideas for engaging educational programs

4H Youth Development Programs

Contact: Charles Cox, 4H Youth Development Programs
charles.cox@okstate.edu  405.744.4493

Oklahoma 4-H is dedicated to helping Oklahoma youth, families and communities reach their full potential. By providing hands-on programming and events in a large variety of projects, 4-H is not only helping youth learn the life skills they need to be the leaders of tomorrow, but it is also teaching its members they can lead today and can make tangible, significant changes in their clubs, their communities, their state and their world.

Oklahoma Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (OK-LSAMP)
Kay Porter, Program Manager
kay.porter@okstate.edu  405.744.6710

Oklahoma State University has served as the lead institution in the NSF-funded Oklahoma Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (OK-LSAMP) for more than twenty years and has played a significant role in creating a pipeline of quality students for undergraduate and graduate STEM programs in Oklahoma and the nation.

Oklahoma State University Museum of Art
Victoria Berry, Director
victoria.berry@okstate.edu  405.744.2780

OSU Museum of Art is a teaching museum, passionately committed to providing opportunities for students to experience art through exhibitions and programs that enhance the academic mission of the university. In its galleries on campus and in the community, the OSU Museum of Art seeks to engage audiences with dynamic programs and access to a growing collection of original art that serves as a resource for the study of art and its history by the campus, community, and the people of Oklahoma. 
 

Scholar Development and Undergraduate Research
Jessica Roark, Interim Director
schdev@okstate.edu 405.744.7313

The Henry Bellmon Office of Scholar Development and Undergraduate Research at OSU has long been a national leader and innovator in scholar development and, more recently, undergraduate research. The office enhances undergraduate opportunity, encourages student-faculty mentoring, and promotes retention through scholarship/fellowship success, undergraduate research, international experience, and individual/institutional recognition

Science Café
Contact:  Dr. Karen Neurohr, Assoc. Prof, Library
karen.neurohr@okstate.edu  405.744.2376

Science Café OSU is a monthly event that highlights interesting, relevant, and current science research. Each Science Café features a brief presentation by a scientist(s), followed by discussion and questions. Refreshments are provided, and Science Cafés are free and open to the public. No science background is assumed or required. Science Café OSU is sponsored by the OSU Chapter of Sigma Xi, the OSU Library, and the Office of the Vice President for Research at OSU. Science Cafés take place across the country and provide an opportunity for scientists and the public to meet in a casual setting for discussion.

Science Scholars: The Native American Path (SSNAP)
Contact:  Dr. Gilbert John, Assoc Prof., Microbiology & Molecular Genetics
gilbert.john@okstate.edu  405.744.7914

Funded by the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS), with support from the National Institutes of Health, the Stillwater student chapter is one of 40 in the U.S. and the only college chapter in the state.  SSNAP program guides American Indian students at OSU in pursuing degrees in science, technology, and engineering and mathematical fields

S-STEM: Broadening Opportunities for Biologists
Contact:  Dr. Kristen Baum, Assoc. Prof., Integrative Biology
kristen.baum@okstate.edu  405.744.7424

A National Science Foundation S-STEM Scholarship Program at OSU that provides financial, academic, and professional development support to undergraduate students transferring from a two-year school and majoring in biological science, zoology, or physiology.

Community Collaboration Opportunities

Oklahoma WONDERtorium
Clayton P. Moore, Executive Director
clayton.moore@okwondertorium.org  405.533.3333 Ext.104

The Oklahoma WONDERtorium in Stillwater supports hands-on, inquiry-based activities for pre K-12 students in a variety of formats. Their “Museum Without Walls” program provides inquiry-based experiences for classrooms across the county/region. 

Stillwater Public Schools
Gay Washington, Interim Superintendent
gayw@stillwaterschools.com  405.533.6300

Stillwater Schools work with many OSU faculty and staff to support hands-on, inquiry-based activities for pre-K - 12 students in conjunction with STEM curricula and classrooms. This includes High School summer interns, field trips, after-school programs, science modules, and other educational and research initiatives. 

Stillwater Public Library
Lynda Reynolds, Library Director
405-372-3633 x8101
lreynolds@stillwater.org

The Stillwater library provides educational resources for all ages and pursuits and serves the community as a reliable technology and information center.

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