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Online Registration is open for 2010

The adult sponsor must register first before adding projects.

27th Intel NWSE will be April 2, 2010

If you are starting your project over the summer, high school students need to visit http://www.societyforscience.org/isef/document/ for the 2010 rules and forms.  The human subjects form has huge changes.

Oregon Students Win More Than $200,000 at 2009 Intel ISEF

Team Oregon came home with 15 Grand Awards and 11 Special Awards and scholarships, accumulating $237,000 total, from the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair held May 10-15 in Reno, Nevada.

Society for Science and the Public, the organizer of Intel ISEF, estimates that 30% of projects win grand awards. Team Oregon came home with a success rate of 58% in grand awards. Every regional fair that sent students to Intel ISEF as members of Team Oregon was represented among the winners of awards this year.

Team Oregon at Intel ISEF 2009 in Reno!

Check out the flickr photostream for Team Oregon at the 2009 Intel ISEF in Reno, Nevada. Interviews start Wednesday morning. Wish us luck!

Oregon State Fair - Science competition

Who: Middle school grade students (6th, 7th or 8th grade level - currently enrolled)
What: Science & Technology Competition
When: Monday 08/31/09
Where:  Oregon State Fairgrounds in Salem, Oregon
Why: To foster Science & Technology education and innovation

Summary:
The 2009 competition will comprise of middle school students currently enrolled in the 6th, 7th, or 8th grade. The middle school grade competition will be a derivative of the current competition guidelines developed by Intel Northwest Science Expo (NWSE). The guidelines set forth by Intel NWSE were selected due to the familiarity and program awareness by Oregon Science Teachers.

There are several changes for the 2009 science competition. In 2008, the competition was open to 4th, 5th, and 6th graders. In 2009, the science competition will be open to 6th, 7th, and 8th graders. The categories have also been expanded to cover more competitive categories. In addition, the science competition will be entirely open-class. There is no longer a requirement to roll-up from a county fair.

More information (guidelines and forms) can be obtain online at www.oregonstatefair.org/competition/science.

Intel NWSE 2009 Awards

Thank you sponsors, teachers, parents, judges, volunteers, staff and students for a great science fair. 

Click on the title of this blog to reach the attached results.

Physical addresses & volunteer registration

Peter Stott Center is located at 930 SW Hall, Portland 97201. All Middle School events are there.

Smith Memorial Student Union is located at 1825 SW Broadway, Portland 97201. High School exhibits are on the 3rd floor.  The high school award ceremony is in Hoffman Hall at 1833 SW 11th.

All three locations are on the Portland State University Campus Map.

Non-Judging Volunteer registration is open again, if you select a job, consider yourself assigned and check in at the Stott Center lobby. If you are doing a 7AM job at Smith report to the third floor there for check in.  Please do not select overlapping job assignments.

If you are a judge looking for project abstracts please sign in at affiliatedfairs.org. Click on the judge main menu and then the abstract button.

Record number of judges

Due to the Oregonian article we have more judges then ever before. All category judging spots have been filled. If you are a member of a local organization, sponsoring a special award, please register by noon on Monday otherwise we can not guarantee you a lunch.

We do still need other volunteers for various jobs.

Thank you!
Stephanie

Intel NWSE updates and needs

We need more people to judge our 300 middle school projects. Middle school judges do not need a degree, but they need a good understanding of the category they volunteer to judge.  Follow the frog at the upper right corner of the page to sign up.

Adult sponsors and students: an SRC report was just sent to all Intel NWSE adult sponsors listing project status. Corrections to middle school projects are due March 20th.  Corrections to high school projects are due March 25th. 

Also we need more volunteers to perform safety checks on the project displays. This is a really fun volunteer job. There is a training video posted in Volunteer Info under the Intel NWSE tab at the top of the page.  Watch the video then follow the frog to online registration.

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