Tulsa Engineering Foundation is a foundation of engineering societies and universities/colleges, formed to assist in coordinating activities and services for the member societies and to promote science, math and engineering in the community. It is a not-for-profit charitable organization, with the mission of serving the engineering profession and offering career guidance activities to our youth. Currently twenty engineering/technical organizations are members as well as seven universities and colleges. Link to Member Organizations. Check the calendar for member society meetings and events. Most are open to the public. Quarterly Activity Reports of society members are available.
2019 Undergraduate Scholarship Applications are now Open! The Tulsa Engineering Foundation (TEF) is pleased to announce plans to award two $2,000 Bridge Builder Scholarships and a $1,000 American Public Works Association (APWA) Scholarship to undergraduate college students who are pursuing degrees in engineering or degrees related to Public Works.
To be eligible, applicants must meet the following qualifications:
Applicant must be enrolled as an undergraduate student in an ABET accredited engineering or engineering technology program, or a field related to Public Works.
- Applicant must have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher.
- Applicant must be able to accept the scholarship for the academic year starting in the Fall of 2019 and must not already be receiving full funding from other organizations.
For more information and application please visit: https://tulsaengineer.org/stem-outreach/tef-scholarship-upper-class/ Applications are due June 1, 2019!
TEF is a partner with Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance (TRSA). TRSA builds broad, deep, and innovative pathways for students to access high-impact careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). www.tulsastem.org. TRSA activitie
Regional Kite Festival #PoweredbyFlightNight – May 3 – Upper elementary students from across the region join us for an afternoon of kite flying and other flight-related activities. Volunteers would serve as facilitators of activities or as Kite Doctors – helping students untangle or fix their kites, or learn to fly them. (10-20 volunteers needed)
Started in 1989, this event continues to attract more than a thousand youth from northeast Oklahoma. It is a hands-on opportunity for youth to explore problem solving, designing and construction of devices that accomplishes tasks. It is open to grades 4 – 12.
Students compete in activities such as Toothpick Bridge, Rubber-Band Powered Vehicle, Ping-Pong Ball Launcher, Robot Arm, Chemical Switch, Electric Motor, Paper Airplane Distance and Duration, Wacky Wonder Works, Aluminum Boat, Extreme Engineering Challenge, Digital Poster, Mini-Math Challenge, and Academic Olympiad. Host organizations are AIChE, ASCE, ASME, IEEE, ISA, OSPE, SAME, SME, SWE, and the Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance (TRSA) as well as AEP/PSO, AAON, and CEC. Major sponsors are The Anne & Henry Zarrow Foundation, AAON, and Google. For more information see drop down menu under Tulsa Eng’g Challenge. More information
PE Review Course
The PE Review Course has started! Good luck to those that are studying. There is still time to get in on the review.
$150 for ASCE Members
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