OK-LSAMP is a consortium of Oklahoma colleges and universities working together to develop programs aimed at increasing the number of students from under-represented populations who receive degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines. Current goals and activities of OK-LSAMP focus on undergraduate research experiences, graduate school preparation, and international experiences.
The OK-LSAMP program is hosting a Summer Webinar series on Wednesday evenings from 3-5 with the goal of connecting stakeholders and voices in the STEM 'pipeline' for Native American students in Oklahoma...with a focus on increasing the capacity and culturally centered efforts for K-20 STEM education.
Gathering in support after a tough year...
OK-LSAMP hopes you will gather 30 min before and after our formal presentation to touch base and encourage each other after a tough year! The presentation will be recorded (for everyone), but the discussion 30 min before/after will not.
Registering for the first two is easy!
To get the meeting links, please visit and scroll to the bottom of: https://ok-lsamp.okstate.edu. You will need to sign up for each meeting.
May 26th, 3-5pm - What is Ethnocomputing? Strategies for Culturally Centered Technology Education
June 9th, 3-5 pm - How and why to Participate in the National American Indian Science & Engineering Fair (NAISEF)