This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we’ll introduce you to Miss America 2014 Nina Davuluri, an advocate for STEM education.
Nina Davuluri, the first Indian American to win the Miss America crown, is traveling the nation to talk about the importance of cultural diversity.
As part of her national platform, Miss America Nina Davuluri encourages young people to study in the STEM fields.
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics students from around Oklahoma visited the state Capitol to promote STEM education.
Oklahoma is not producing enough STEM experts to meet industry demand; CareerTech is working to remedy the problem.
Skills acquired in STEM education could determine our nation's future.
Gov. Mary Fallin works to begin an initiative to align education with workforce needs.
Rocket scientist Norm Augustine believes what happens in today's classrooms will determine our country's future.
Employees without bachelor's degrees hold half of all high-tech jobs in STEM-related fields.
Meridian Technology Center’s business incubator helps businesses grow from innovative ideas to successful reality.
This week on “Oklahoma Horizon,” we look at local moviemaking and talk with Gov. Mary Fallin about the workforce challenges Oklahoma faces.
Work is underway to ensure Oklahoma has the good middle-class jobs that will keep our state strong.
Legislators and educators must work harder to make sure the future workforce has the skills to compete.
The film rebate program helps create jobs and bring millions of dollars in investment to Oklahoma.
“The Posthuman Project” movie follows five high school seniors who gain superpowers during a rock-climbing trip.
Moore Norman Technology Center rolls out the red carpet for its annual film festival.
The movie “Twister” showed storm researchers trying to perfect a data-gathering instrument during a tornado outbreak across Oklahoma.
A misfit group of New Mexico cowboys find themselves on the journey of a lifetime with their crooked-footed racehorse in the movie “50 to 1.”
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we look at work underway to help inmates and veterans return to civilian life.
New legislation could change who’s heading into prison and how long they’ll serve.