Tribal member Cheyenne Branscum created the Geo Team program in 2018, which encourages minority students often not exposed to STEM subjects as academic focal points to lead independent research projects in one of the areas.
CPN tribal member Alex Kietzman helped develop a smartphone app as a Baylor University student designed to assess potential instances of leukocoria, often a sign of more pressing ocular issues.
In February 2019, CPN and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians started the first two tribal chapters of AISES, which provide opportunities for American Indians, Alaska Natives and Native Hawaiians in the STEM fields.
A small group of high school students who have already won $10,000 for solving an environmental challenge within the community is shaking things up by tackling Oklahoma’s earthquake problem. The STEM Club at Bethel High School incorporates science, technology, engineering and math in its weekly after-school meetings, and this semester the club is making a Read More »