More than 30 students take part in Northwestern STEM Camp


High school students attending the Northwestern Oklahoma State University STEM camp in Alva June 2-4 include (from left, front row) Terrence Griffin, Owasso; Arden Pieratt, Skiatook; Payton Smith, Alva; Sharyn Dodson, Boise City; (middle row) Corinna Chen, Oklahoma City; Morgan Blankenship, Burneyville; Lucy Kershen, Norman; Gray Hartman, Stillwater; Andy Tran, Edmond; (back row) Riley Harness, Grove; Kathy Ragan, Cushing; Trinity McKinney, Norman; Brietta Chen, Oklahoma City; Clark Brasuell, Stillwater; Ian Chang, Edmond.

Sixteen middle school students and fifteen high school students from across the state of Oklahoma attended a free summer STEM camp at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. The middle school students stayed on the Alva campus May 30-June 2 while the high schoolers attended June 2-4.

This camp was funded by a grant from the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. Joining Northwestern as hosts of the camp were High Plains Technology Center of Woodward and NextEra Energy, the largest producer of wind and solar power in the nation.

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