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2010 Festival

2009 San Diego Science Festival -- Video Recap

The organizers of the USA Science & Engineering Festival recently produced the highly successful Inaugural San Diego Science Festival which drew over two hundred thousand people and whose Founder, Larry Bock, was recognized by the San Diego Science Alliance for creating the region’s most innovative new science outreach program.

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USA Science and Engineering Festival School Science Fair Programs

 

The 4th USA Science & Engineering Festival connects schools with leading scientists and engineers through its three signature programs: Nifty Fifty, Lunch with a Laureate, and our new X-STEM Symposium.

The ‘Nifty Fifty’, a program of Science Spark, presented by InfoComm International, are a group of noted professionals who will fan out across the Washington, DC area during the 2014/2015 and 2015/2016 school years to speak about their work and careers at various middle and high schools.

Our 'Lunch with a Laureate' Program, a program of Science Spark, is a rare opportunity for a small group of middle and high school students to engage in an informal conversation with a Nobel Prize winning Scientist over a brown bag lunch.

X-STEM - presented by Northrop Grumman Foundation and MedImmune - is a special “Extreme” symposium for middle and high school students featuring interactive presentations by an exclusive group of visionaries who aim to empower and inspire kids about careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. These STEM role models and industry leaders are sure to ignite your students’ curiosity through storytelling and live demonstrations.  X-STEM is a program of Science Spark.

Roles Models in Science & Engineering Achievement is an online resource to learn about some of the most inspiring role models in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. The scientists and engineers selected for this series have been chosen because they are true heroes and super stars, the epitome of innovation, technological advancement and persistence. These influential scientists and engineers serve as great examples for the next generation seeking a career in STEM.

 

 

Our 'Lunch with a Laureate' Program, a program of Science Spark, is a rare opportunity for a small group of middle and high school students to engage in an informal conversation with a Nobel Prize winning Scientist over a brown bag lunch. The meetings are a chance to learn first-hand about some of the most exciting scientific discoveries, to hear about the trials and tribulations of fast-paced research, and to find out what makes a Nobel Laureate tick. These Lunches, typically hosted by School Districts or individual schools, will be taking place all over the Greater Washington D.C., Northern Virginia, Maryland and Massachusetts areas.

We are proud to partner with Nobel Laureate School Visits to inspire students across the nation with the Lunch with a Laureate Program.

 

 

Enjoy an informal brown bag lunch with a Nobel Laureate including:

 

* Albert Einstein and Marie Curie will be portrayed by two professional character actors.

Ongoing Contests:

Kavli Science Video Contest:

K-12 students: Tell us why science is cool and win great prizes!

First Prize: A travel stipend to go to DC for the Expo on the National Mall plus $1000 towards science education at your school. The Kavli Foundation

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You CAN Do the Rubik's Cube Tournament

Open to teams of K-12 students from the greater
DC area

Rubiks Cube

- Prize money totals $5000
- Free teacher workshop
- Registrater Now! Team names due Oct. 1

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Sustainable Dream House Challenge:

Put on your “Environmental Engineering” hat and design a sustainable house for a family of 4.
Submission Deadline: September 15, 2010 American Academy of Environmental Engineers

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