Annual Events

Planning for the future?  Here is a list of events that TRSA strives to hold annually. 
We always aim to finalize details as far in advance as possible – but be advised that the event details may change as funding/partners/unforeseen details arise.  Please check the individual event page for the most up to date information. 
January

 

Seaperch logo: Teach, build, become

K-12 students from all over the Tulsa area are invited to build remote-controlled underwater robots.

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February
  • A night for high school seniors who are committing to study engineering in college to come together to sign letters of intent

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  • Tulsa Regional Science Fair logoJoin us for the first annual Tulsa Regional Science Fair!

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March
  • An all-day, all girls, all math event designed to inspire the next generation of female STEM professionals.

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  • K-12 students build boats using only cardboard and duct tape, which they will then race across the length of a pool.

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May

Engage upper elementary students in STEM and physical activity, while fostering creativity in history, the arts, and aviation.

 

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Summer Camps

Through community partnerships, TRSA offers a variety of summer camps.  Spread throughout the summer months, camps cover a variety of STEM topics and concepts.

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STEMtember
  • A day for middle school students to experience hands-on STEM activities.  Sponsored by Cox Media and Flight Night.

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  • STEMtember Family NightA STEM experience for the whole family. Sponsored by Cox Media Group and the Gathering Place.

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  • STEMtember teacher night

    Join us for cocktails, free classroom supplies, and resources to take back to your classroom.

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October
Tulsa Research Kids

K-12 students throughout Oklahoma will have the opportunity to conduct research, propose an experiment, and potentially launch it into space.

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You're Kind of a Big Deal Banquet

A night to recognize 7th grade students who stand out in STEM.

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The Engineer Games

High school students compete in engineering challenges modeled after The Hunger Games.

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November
STEM SOLE: A Self-Organized Learning Experience

A Self-Organized Learning Experience (SOLE). Teachers guide students as they research a given topic and discover and take ownership of their learning.

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Flight Night Drone Competition

K-12 students will hone their problem-solving skills by designing, building, and flying drones in a Star Wars-themed competition created in partnership with the Tulsa Drone Racers and Tulsa Tech’s FIRST Robotics Team 2795 Ohm’s Claw.

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December

Scale Model Gingerbread Competition header

With categories from Elementary to professional architect, participants in the Scale Model Gingerbread Competition build gingerbread replicas of famous architectural buildings.

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