Intel Northwest Science Expo Dates

For 2019 the Intel Northwest Science Expo will combine middle and high school. It will be Friday April 12, 2019, set-up will be available the evening before. It will be held in the new Viking Pavilion part of the Peter Stott Center. High school students must qualify for Intel NWSE by placing in the top third at their regional fair.  

The Northwest Science Expo System

2018 Team Oregon

2018 Team Oregon

Team Oregon consists of the high school students selected as the top projects at regional and state fairs.

NWSES encompasses seven regional fairs and the Intel Northwest Science Expo, which are affiliated with the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.  Eligible participants are 5th-12th grade students in Oregon.

Oregon Junior Science & Humanities Symposium

Students, Parents, and Mentors,

Oregon Junior Science & Humanities Symposium is sponsored by the US Army, Navy, and Air Force and is open to all High School Students from the state of Oregon who are US Citizens.

Judge Registration is open

Please click on the frog in the upper right to enter online registration. If you have any trouble, contact Stephanie Jones.

Registration updates

Intel ISEF has released the 2019 forms, you can find them in the Document Library Online registration is in the process of being updated. The Forms Wizard has been updated.

2018 Intel ISEF awards

2018 Team OR awards from Intel ISEF Pittsburgh, PA

American Chemical Society

The American Chemical Society Education Division promotes excellence in science education and science literacy through a number of activities supporting teachers and learners of chemistry. Through its participation in Intel ISEF, ACS encourages and supports high school students in their exploration of the chemical sciences through research experiences.

Founded in 1876, the American Chemical Society is a self-governed individual membership organization that consists of members at all degree levels and in all fields of chemistry. The organization provides a broad range of opportunities for peer interaction and career development.

Certificate of Honorable Mention

CHEM057 — A New Route to Next-Generation Spin Based Devices for Quantum Information Processing: Optically Active Fully Organic Room Temperature Ferromagnetic Semiconductors

2018 Intel NWSE High School Awards

April 13, 2018

The Intel Northwest Science Expo, held Friday, April 13, 2018 at Portland State University, announces top winners in Oregon's state-level science research competition affiliated with the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.

Intel NWSE includes both a middle school and high school division. The two divisions included 513 projects from 80 schools and organizations across the state. This is the first time since 2006 that both middle and high school students competed under the same roof in the new Viking Pavilion. Two best of fair winners were chosen from each division.

2018 Intel NWSE Middle School Awards

April 13, 2018 

In the new Viking Pavilion at Portland State University, middle school students presented 346 science and engineering projects to judges and peers. Two Best of Fair projects were selected. 

  • Audrey Johnson, 14, in grade 8 from Summa Whitford won Best of Fair in the middle school division with a project titled, "The Effect of Urban Development on Turbidity In Fanno Creek".
  • Rubaba Amyeen, 12, in grade 6 from Summa Stoller won Best of Fair in the middle school division for her project titled, "Patterns for Protection".

Special Awards

Answers to common questions

All high school and special awards judges are expected for the whole day 8ish to ~3:15. If you selected Middle School AM or PM, it will show on your judge main menu. Hours for AM judges are 8:30am-12:30pm, PM judges are 11:30am-3:30pm. 

Parking is always a challenge at PSU, use Trimet if you can. Otherwise Parking structure 3 at 12th and Montgomery has the most daily spots, you do not have to stop at the kiosk, there are Payment machines to use. If you are a half day judge street parking may be the better option.

For middle school STUDENTS, session 1 judging in the morning is from 10:30am-noon, doors to the exhibit hall will open at 10:15am. For students in session 2 in the afternoon doors will open at 12:45pm, interviews are from 1-2:30pm. 

Public viewing is from 2:30-4:30pm directly followed by the middle school award ceremony.

High school award ceremony starts at 6:30pm

The physical address for the Peter Stott Center is 930 SW Hall, Portland 97201.

Judge Breakfast Sponsors

Thank you New Seasons, Beaverton Sweet Tomatoes, Franz Bakeries, Trader Joes, and Costco for your donations to feed our judges.

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