Seven North Carolina student science and engineering researchers are international winners, recently recognized by the Society for Science & the Public, in partnership with the Intel Foundation, for Special and Grand Awards of the 2019 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. These students competed against 1,800 students from over 80 countries to earn top honors. Congratulations to these and all the North Carolina students competing in this prestigious event.
These semi-finalists selected by a panel of distinguished scientists and engineers from a record high of 2,499 applicants in 37 states, Puerto Rico and the Department of Defense overseas. The applicants were nominated to compete in the Broadcom MASTERS by placing among the top 10 percent of middle school competitors at Society-affiliated regional and state science fairs, including North Carolina State Science Fair. And for the second year in a row, there will be an equal number of male and female finalists competing in this prestigious competition, which seeks to inspire young scientists, engineers and innovators who will solve the grand challenges of the future.
TuPortalSTEM es un portal web dedicado a la Ciencia, la Tecnología, la Ingeniería y las Matemáticas (STEM). Fue diseñado para crear conciencia y aumentar el acceso a la información entre los estudiantes hispanos y sus familias sobre la educación STEM, carreras en STEM y programas y oportunidades en STEM.
TuPortalSTEM, a web portal dedicated to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), was designed to raise awareness and increase access to information about STEM education, STEM career opportunities, and STEM programs and opportunities for Hispanic students and their families.
Hear what 2012 NCSEF and Intel ISEF award winners, Kelly Roddick and Lauren Huffstetler - NC State University 2016, have to say as they reflect on the value of engaging in science and engineering research by competing in the NCSEF.
Science Fairs provide an opportunity for students, 3rd through 12th grades, who are interested in science and technology to pursue their personal areas of interest and to display their research as a presentation in a public competitive forum. The NC Science and Engineering Fair works to create enthusiasm in science and technology while encouraging project-based inquiry. This fair gives our students the chance to compete for college scholarships, awards, honors programs and other exciting prizes.
The Education Office at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) has released a video series designed to take teachers, students, and parents through the process of crafting a science fair project.
The six-part video series features JPL scientist Serina Diniega, engineer Arby Argueta, and educator Ota Lutz, who team up to take viewers step by step through the project design process, from generating an idea to communicating the final results in an attractive display.