2015 Team OR winners at Intel ISEF

Team OR winners at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair May 2015

Special awards

Innovation Exploration Award

From the first rocket research in 1936, to the first US satellite in 1958, to the many missions to learn about Venus, Neptune, Jupiter and most recently the Mars Curiosity Lander in 2012, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology (Caltech), is a place where science, technology and engineering intermix. JPL produces iconic robotic space explorers sent to every corner of the solar system, helping us discover how the universe, the solar system, and life formed and evolved. JPL was established in 1944 by Caltech, one of the world's premier scientific and technical universities whose mission is to expand human knowledge and benefit society through research integrated with education.

Innovation Exploration Award, California Institute of Technology

Intel NWSE high school press release

Friday's fair was a great success due to our sponsors, volunteers, teachers and students. Sahil Veeramoney and Joan Hady both sophomores at Oregon Episcopal School were selected as Best of Fair. The attachments have the full press release and award list.

High school fair physical addresses

Friday's fair is held in the Smith Memorial Student Union of the 3rd floor. The street address is 1825 SW Broadway, Portland 97201. Parking Structure 3 between 12th and 13th has the most availability for parking and is convenient for the award ceremony in Hoffman Hall at 1833 SW 11th.

2015 Intel Northwest Science Expo Middle School Awards

March 20, 2015 at Portland State University 561 students presented 435 projects. 265 awards were earned. Best of Fairs were awarded to Jessica Yu of Highland Park Summa Program for her project titled "No Child Left Behind-A Novel System to Prevent Vehicular Hyperthermia in Children" and to Malia Masterson of Cascade Heights Public Charter School for her project titled "Do Middle School Students Comprehend Informational Text Better on Hard Copy of on an E Reader" Best of Fair is sponsored by Kumon of Hillsboro and Cedar Mill. All Best of Category and First place winners in grades 6-8 also receive nominations to the Broadcom Masters Competition.

See the attached file for the complete listing. 

Display and Safety Regulations

Please review the Display and Safety regulations before attending the fair.

Peter Stott Center street address

The physical address for the Peter Stott Center is 930 SW Hall, Portland OR 97201, however the best source of parking is in Parking Structure 3 between 12th and 13th. During set-up of projects we will have some loading zone passes so you can drop off posters and then park. Please visit the PSU Getting Around page for personalized directions.

Intel NWSE Middle School needs Volunteers

We have three jobs we need a lot of volunteers for, these include Judging March 20th 7:45am-1:30pm, Safety Checks Thursday March 19th 4:30pm-8pm and morning Safety Checks Friday March 20th 7am-8am. All these jobs can be signed up for in online registration.

Many fairs this week, Intel NWSE Middle school needs judges

Portland Public Schools Science Expo, Gresham-Barlow Science Expo, Central Western Oregon Science Expo, and COCC Regional Science Expo are Thursday through Saturday. See their individual regional fair pages for more details.

The Intel NWSE for Middle School students is in desperate need of judges in all categories. Please register online and share with your friends.

Aardvark Science Expo is today

Judge orientation starts at 8am, please note that Oleson Road is closed at Beaverton Hillsdale Highway so an alternate route needs to be used. See the Aardvark Science Expo page for more details.

Feb. 5th $5 Middle school registration deadline

Today is the $5 deadline for middle school projects directly entering Intel NWSE. New this year is the ability to email paperwork directly to me at nwse@pdx.edu. The benefit is you save postage; the downside is I am not printing them out, so you must have your copies at set-up with the poster or the student will not be eligible for prizes. Do label each page sent with the exhibit number.

For projects following the MSEZ rules you need to send a signed MSEZ form for each student on a project and 1 set of procedures. If the project used the ISEF rules forms 1, 1A, 1B (one per student), research plan and whichever special forms are needed for the project. Human Subjects Form 4, Vertebrate Animals Form 5A or 5B, PHBA Form 6A & 6B for tissues. These forms must ahve all applicable signatures.

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