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Arizona State University - The Sustainability Solutions Science Fair

Announcing the ASU Sustainability Solutions Science Faira virtual awards platform and symposium to advance student projects from grades 6-12.

Now more than ever. creativity and innovation for sustainability is necessary to create a stronger future. The Sustainability Solutions Science Fair invites students from grades 6-12 (including 2020 graduates) to submit their science and engineering projects for an opportunity to win from two prize categories, each with 12 prizes with cash awards ranging in value from $500-$2,500. The submission deadline is August 16th.

Spellman HV Clean Tech Competition is looking for any 15-18 year old

The Spellman HV Clean Tech Competition is looking for any 15-18 year old with a solution to slow our resource drain, and as we are all virtual until our August Finals, we are still moving ahead!! If you are or know a student looking to address this international issue with innovative engineering and a revolutionary design, this is the Competition for you! In 2020, the Competition is challenging you to help us Reduce Individual Impacts, whether they be in areas with Abundant Resources, or Limited Resources. Contestants research a specific solution to this problem, register for free online in teams of 1-3, and then submit a 5-15 page paper to be judged by an international team of engineers, university instructors and industry professionals! Registration ends on May 8 and papers are due by May 13, so do not delay!

2019-2020 International Optimist Club Essay Contest

The Optimist Essay Contest gives students a chance to express views and to win cash awards at a Club and District level. The Hillsboro/Beaverton Club program offers a first place ($500), second place ($300) and third place ($125) essay awards. The NW Optimist District offers $2500 for first place. You must win the Club first place award to be eligible to compete at District.

This year’s topic is Is Optimism the Key to Achieving the dreams you imagine?. The contest requires a 700-800 typed, properly-formatted essay. Our entrants must be Hillsboro or Beaverton district high school students under the age of 19. Students from other districts should look for their local Optimist Club.

Oregon Junior Science & Humanities Symposium

Calling all science research students!

Oregon Junior Science & Humanities Symposium (JSHS) is a competition that awards scholarships to students interested in STEM and is sponsored by the US Army, Navy, and Air Force. The competition is open to all High School students from the state of Oregon who are US Citizens. The first round of the competition is blind judging of student research summaries. All students who submit a research summary are invited to attend the regional event held at the Evergreen Aviation Museum where 12 semifinalists will compete for scholarships and a chance to attend the National Competition. To learn more about Oregon JSHS, visit https://sites.google.com/site/oregonjshs/.

Online Registration & Summary Submission Deadline - December 10, 2019

Oregon JSHS Event - February 7-8, 2020 at the Evergreen Aviation Museum

American Chemical Society PORTLAND SECTION FALL POSTER SYMPOSIUM & CAREER FAIR

Calling all high school and undergraduate students who did research in chemistry (or a related field)
over the summer, at an institution, at a company, a national lab, wherever...
Join the Portland ACS section for the annual FALL POSTER SYMPOSIUM & CAREER FAIR

Sunday, Oct. 20 from 4-7 PM

Entrance foyer

Science Research & Training Center (SRTC)

Portland State University
SW 10th & Montgomery St.
Deadline for submission October 10
• $150 prize for best in each of seven divisions!
• $75 second place prizes may be awarded!
• pizza, pastries, networking, and CHEMISTRY!
• visit with local industry sponsors and graduate schools!
https://sites.google.com/site/portlandacsposters/home
Questions? Email Dave Reingold: reingold@juniata.edu

Oregon Junior Science & Humanities Symposium

Registration for the 2014 Oregon Junior Science & Humanities Symposium is now open. This years Symposium is being held at Oregon Episcopal School on Sunday, March 9, 2014 with student presentations beginning at 8:00am in the Drinkward Center for Math, Science & Technology.

Details are on the registration web site at the URL below.

https://sites.google.com/a/go.oes.edu/oregon-episcopal-school-jshs/

Full details regarding National JSHS can be found at:

http://jshs.org/about.html

2 credit course for high school students

I am offering a 2 credit course through Portland Community College for $25. This is for high school students who are doing a project for an NWSES fair and also includes volunteering at a science fair. There must be 15 students in order for the course to be activated. If you are interested email me at nwse@pdx.edu expressing your interest by November 22nd.

Oregon Junior Science & Humanities Symposium

The 2013 Oregon Junior Science & Humanities Symposium will be held with the support of the University of Oregon on Saturday, February 16, 2013 at Oregon Episcopal School. The Symposium is open to all Oregon Students in Grades 9-12 in public, private or home schools who have completed original research in the areas of science, engineering, computer sciences and mathematics.

Please see the attached letter and follow the link below for details and information on registration. Registration deadline is Friday, February 8, 2013.

https://sites.google.com/a/go.oes.edu/oregon-episcopal-school-jshs/

High School Natural Science Inquiry 4 credit course

In conjunction with Portland State University's Center for Science Education and the Intel STEM Center we will be offering a 4 credit course for high school Juniors and Seniors for completing a research project and paper. Please carefully read the following attachments. These credits are offered at a discounted $226 plus a $25 registration fee. The deadline for pre-registering for the class is November 28th.

Applied Superconductivity Conference's Outreach Day

The Applied Superconductivity Conference's Outreach Day is October 10th 2012.  Information is available at www.ascinc.org/outreach.

Note that admission is free but a badge must be picked up at the registration desk.

For the demos they will have 20 tables set up with exhibits from Mad Science, OMSI, and by Applied Superconductivity (of superconducting cables, mag lev devices) and Hitachi is bringing in an SEM.  In addition there will be conducted tours of the exhibits for participants.

A flyer is attached.

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