The AIMSS 2009 Summer Institute, a continuation of a project sponsored by the Native American Studies Program and the Diversity Project in Geosciences Project, took place on the OU campus on Jun 14-19, 2009. This camp provided an intensive research experience utilizing the same integrated approach to identify the various geological and hydrological aspects of the water cycle in Oklahoma, with a case-study of the Arbuckle-Simpson aquifer. The project's goals were to expose AIMSS students to math and science through classes, ongoing research activities, cultural activities and to encourage students to pursue STEM degrees upon entering college. The curriculum integrated Ameican Indian cultural awareness activitives when feasible and appropriate.
Native American Studies
633 Elm, Room 212
University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK 73019