The University of Oklahoma Biological Station was thrilled to host BioBlitz! Oklahoma in 2016. BioBlitz! is a celebration of Oklahoma's biological diversity, with both expert biologists and citizens of all ages finding, identifying, and learning about our diverse flora and fauna. We documented over 600 species, caught up with old friends, and made new ones.
Seventieth Anniversary Celebration!
September 13-15 at UOBS
Join us on September 13-15, 2019 as the University of Oklahoma Biological Station celebrates its seventieth year of operation. We will share stories, see photos across the decades, learn about the station's rich history, hear short talks about research activities, catch up with old friends, and more.
Friday, September 13 is arrival day, and includes dinner and a reception. Saturday is a full day of activities, and ends with an evening ice cream social in Phillips Cabin. Sunday is departure day.
Costs for our Seventieth Anniversary Celebration are $153.60/person, which includes housing. If you are not using housing at the station, the cost is $105/person. Children aged 11-6 are $25/person, and children under 6 are free. Special rates apply for current students majoring in Biology at the University of Oklahoma.
For Inquiries Contact Gary Wellborn at email@example.com
Apply for Spring Intersession & Summer Courses
Graduate Summer Research Scholarship 2019
The University of Oklahoma Biological Station anticipates offering graduate scholarships for summer research conducted at our Biological Station during 2019. Housing accommodations at UOBS are provided. Recipients are responsible for food and other living expenses.
Undergraduate Summer Research Internships 2019
The University of Oklahoma Biological Station offers summer research internships in which undergraduate students in Biology live at the biological station and participate in research at UOBS under the supervision of faculty or graduate student researchers. Research is primarily in areas related to ecology and environmental biology, and often involves a combination of outdoor field work and laboratory activities. This Undergraduate Summer Research Internship program encourages mentorship and meaningful engagement of students in research projects.
Recent News Flashes
Our Thousands Strong fundraising campaign raised over $6000 to support our student research programs. A big thanks to all the donors!
Recent scientific publications from OUBS researchers include "Using metabolic and thermal ecology to predict temperature dependent ecosystem activity: a test with prairie ants" by Rebecca Prather and co-authors, and "The role of temperature in competition and persistence of an invaded ant assemblage" by Karl Roeder and co-authors.
Our pollinator meadow was recently expanded by a team of volunteers. The meadow was last summer created by Dr. Priscilla Crawford and students in her Field Studies in Biological Conservation class, and has been flourishing.