Congratulations to the 2014-2015 OEF Scholarship Recipients!
2014 Oklahoma State MATHCOUNTS Competition
Congratulations to the Oklahoma National MATHCOUNTS Team: Katherine Brooks [Whittier Middle School | coach], George Wang [Jenks Middle School | First], Howard Zhong [Whittier Middle School | Second], Jack Bezdek [Jenks Middle School | Third], and Aniket Dehadrai [Whittier Middle School | Fourth]
Read more at: 2014 OK MATHCOUNTS Winners
OEF ENGINEERING FAIR FEATURED ON NEWS!
2014 OEF Engineering Fair Winners Announced
With over 700 students participating in 9 different contests, the 33rd Annual OEF Engineering Fair was a great success. See who won by visiting Engineering Fair.
2013-2014 OEF Programs
January 18: Future City Competition at Oklahoma Christian University [for more details, visit: http://www.okfuturecity.org/]
February 15: Scholarship applications due [for more details, visit: OEF Scholarships]
February 18: Engineering Fair, Rose State College [for more details, visit: OEF Engineering Fair]
February: MATHCOUNTS Chapter Competitions [for more details, visit: MATHCOUNTS Chapter Competitions]
March 1: MATHCOUNTS State Competition, University of Tulsa [for more details, visit: MATHCOUNTS]
“[Tim Lee] is what would happen if you crossed your high-school chem teacher with George Carlin”
– The Boston Phoenix
Help fund Oklahoma afterschool STEM programs for over 3,000 Oklahoma students! Join the Oklahoma Engineering Foundation for an evening of fun with Tim Lee, the YouTube Comedian, on October 22, 2013, at 7:30pm at the Rose State Performing Arts Theatre. Tickets are available for $35 and are on sale now at THE Box Office. [http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?&pid=7599579]
Dr. Lee wasn’t supposed to be a comedian: a biologist by training, he graduated magna cum laude from UC San Diego with honors in biology. He went on to complete his PhD at UC Davis. He spent years developing simulation and analytical models of population dynamics before he discovered that this bored him to tears. When he tried comedy for the first time the tears stopped.
Tim has become an underground sensation with over 4 million followers on YouTube. Piggybacking that success, Tim took the show on the road selling out shows from New York to Sydney. Audiences hungry for comedy that is smart and funny flocked to the show. Lee’s comedy uses scientific phenomena and tools to explain everything from the hair that collects on a bar of soap to how his standards drop rapidly with abstinence.
Tim has performed for universities across the country, companies such as Johnson and Johnson, Genentech and Microsoft and at venues like the Venetian, the Punch Line and the Improv.
This is the Oklahoma Engineering Foundation’s primary fundraiser for the 2013-2014 Program Year. Oklahoma’s longest-running STEM middle-school initiative, OEF offers multiple STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) programs statewide at little to no cost for the students/schools: MATHCOUNTS, the OEF Engineering Fair, the Future City Competition, ACECamp, Project Lead the Way, OK FIRST Robotics, and others. For more details, visit www.oef.org. OEF is a 501(c)(3) organization, fully funded by community support.
This event is sponsored by Chesapeake Energy Corporation, KimRay, and OrderMatic Electronics.