“Apollo 11 Moon Landing: Fact or Hoax,” “Cloud Computing,” “Texting as a Language in Today’s World,” and “Women Who Kill” are just a few of the more than 650 poster presentations that will be on display during Oklahoma Research Day, hosted by Cameron University on Friday, November 12. The 12th annual event will draw approximately 1,000 Oklahoma university students and faculty members for research poster presentations in five categories: Business Administration, Education and Professional Studies, Fine Arts and Design, Liberal Arts, and Mathematics and Science. Research conducted in 51 distinct academic disciplines will be on display to the general public from 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. in the Cameron Fitness Center.
Oklahoma Research Day, which will feature contributions from all of Oklahoma’s institutions of higher learning, is the premier academic research event in the state of Oklahoma. Topics cover a wide range, including electronic health records, toilet training challenges, community gardens, advertising, the Grandfield Mammoth, solar energy, the U.S. Supreme Court and much more.
Oklahoma Research Day is funded by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, Oklahoma Experimental Program for Stimulating Competitive Research (EPSCoR) - National Science Foundation, Idea Network for Biomedical Research Experience (INBRE) - National Institutes of Health, the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST) and the Oklahoma Regional Universities.
November 3, 2010