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. 

See which events are upcoming on the TRSA Program Portal!
  • 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 Flight Night. 

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

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

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Seaperch logo: Teach, build, become

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

  • Sonia Kovalevsky Day invites students of all genders to learn about the amazing accomplishments of female mathematicians.

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


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

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.

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

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

  • STEMtember teacher night

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

  • Tulsa Research Kids

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

  • You're Kind of a Big Deal Banquet

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

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


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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