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.

Middle School Judging Session Assignments

Judging Period Current Assignments by school email me with issues, do not change online. Click more for full list. I have a school wishing to trade the afternoon session for morning. Please contact me if interested.

Period: 1 : Morning 10:30-noon

ACCESS Academy @ Lane - Garcia Arriola, Alfonso - projects: 10

Banks Middle School - Richeson, Tony - projects: 10

Bend Science Station - Martin, Danny - projects: 5

Blanchet Catholic School - Halsey Randall, Ph.D., Micki - projects: 3

Bonny Slope - Jayaweera, Ruwan - projects: 1

Bridlemile Elementary School - Sherman, Larry - projects: 10

Delphian MS - Martinez, Diego - projects: 3

Islamic School of Portland - Elmagbari, Nura - projects: 10

Islamic School of Portland Elementary - Petrossian, Annie - projects: 3

Lakeridge Junior High School - Marin, Luis - projects: 1

Leslie Middle School - Rockow, Michael - projects: 6

Leslie Middle School - Madland, Mark - projects: 4

Meadow Park Middle School - SanchezSarmiento, YennyTatiana - projects: 9

Oregon Islamic Academy - Eslami, Susan - projects: 10

Thursday March 14th Final day for Middle School Registration

Middle school project registration shuts down on Thursday. Projects which are not registered online are not eligible to attend the fair. In addition forms must be emailed or postmarked on March 14th. Email is much preferred. Most projects only need the MSEZ form with signatures and project procedures. Checks for payment of registration fees are made out to the PSU Foundation and mailed to the address at left. Include school name or exhibit number on check.

4 fairs in the next 10 days

CWOSE Saturday March 2nd at Willamette University-especially needs middle school judges
CREST Monday March 4th at Wilsonville High School-needs Energy & Environmental Engineering and Special Award judges
GBSE Friday March 8th at Gresham High School and CRSE also March 8th at Central Oregon Community College could both use a few more judges in any category.

Also Intel NWSE is Friday April 12th at Portland State University, greatest need for middle school judges.

Kind people with general knowledge can judge middle school. Online registration starts at 
currently registered judges can review project abstracts from their judge menu.

SW Washington Science and Engineering Fair

The SW Washington Science and Engineering Fair is not a member of the Northwest Science Expo System.  The SW Washington Science and Engineering Fair is affiliated with Intel ISEF and the Washington State Science and Engineering Fair.

The fair will be on March 2, 2019 at Skyview High School.  Walk in Judges welcome.



2019 Schedule:

7:30 AM

judges training, setup, clearance for exhibitors

What is the cost to enter Intel NWSE with a Middle School Project?

IMPORTANT: The receiving of forms is what determines the fee. All projects must be online. Do not send a check first.

2019 Fee Schedule:
Projects emailed or postmarked by February 21 are $5.
Projects emailed or postmarked between February 22 and February 28 are $10.
Projects emailed or postmarked between March 1 and March 7 are $15.
Projects emailed or postmarked on or after March 7 are $20 per project.
The final deadline is March 14th. No projects will be accepted after that date. 

For a project to count as registered the correct forms for the project must be received. Required forms are either a signed MS Super EZ form and project procedures OR appropriate ISEF forms and procedures. Those emailing forms can wait until all projects have been sent before mailing a single check.

ASE and BHSE this Friday

The Aardvark Science Expo is at 6699 SW Oleson Road, Portland in the SPARC. Judges start with breakfast at 7:30am.

The Beaverton Hillsboro Science Expo is at Intel's Jones Farm Conference Center, 2111 NE 25th Ave, Hillsboro. Judges start at 8am.

Intel NWSE Middle School Deadline

This was emailed to Adult Sponsors on February 14th.

Reminder, the $5 deadline is Feb. 21st, although if you want to pay more that is fine too. Donations to the fair happily accepted. Checks should be made out to the PSU Foundation and mailed to NWSE, PO Box 311, Banks OR 97106.

You can save postage by only mailing the payment with the School Registration Form, and emailing me the project paperwork. A physical copy of the forms does need to be at the fair as part of the exhibit, but I can review forms electronically. So print the MSEZ form and get those signed and send a copy to me with the project procedures.
If the project doesn't meet MSEZ rules then the ISEF forms are needed.

Also I have changed a term on the website, instead of calling it a Risk Assessment, it will be called a Safety Assessment. I hope by changing the name to avoid confusion with ISEF Form 3. For projects following the MSEZ rules the Safety Assessment is added at the end of their procedures.

Remember to ask for help if you need it. And never allow bacteria to be grown at home.

High School Project registration deadline

The following regional fairs have a deadline of February 14th to be registered online and to postmark forms. They are the Gresham Barlow Science Expo, Central Western Oregon Science Expo and COCC Regional Science Expo. The mailing addresss for all of these fairs is PO Box 311, Banks OR 97106.

Middle school deadlines for Intel NWSE are listed here.

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