2015 project registration is now open. Students, please click here to begin your registration. (you'll need a username & password to log in)
We're getting ready for another great year and we need you! Consider registering as a SLVSEF judge. You'll have a great time and be inspired when you meet the kids and see the work they've done.
New judges are encouraged to attend a judge training. Four sessions will be offered with each session running about 60 minutes.
The Salt Lake training will be held on Tuesday, March 3rd at 4:00 or 5:30 p.m. at the Salt Lake Center for Science Education at 1400 West Goodwin Avenue (1145 North) in Salt Lake City.
There will also be a training held at BYU on Thursday, March 12th at Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum on the BYU Campus in Provo (645 E 1430 N) at 4:00 and 6:00.
Please RSVP by emailing email@example.com or by calling (801) 585-9109 if you plan to attend the training.
Thank you to everyone who attended our benefit science night! The money raised by the SAB will go toward running the fair this year! We all had fun trying all sorts of science experiments, eating ice cream & learning new things. If you missed this year, be sure to come next year. You won't regret it.
If you would like to see photos from the evening, click here. We also have the hand-out sheets available for you to download & try the experiments at home.
A huge thank you to Salt Lake Center for Science Education for hosting this event.
How to make an air cannon
How to extract DNA
How to make ice cream with liquid nitrogen
How to make a lava lamp jar
Make an optical illusion
How to make elephant toothpaste
How to make magnetic gak
All about plasma lamp florescence
All about robotics and lasers
About the spouting water bowl
If you are in 9th through 12th grade and want to participate in this year's science fair, we have some special information just for you. Please click here to make sure you're on track for having your paperwork & projects underway.
A special note regarding an upcoming deadline: 10th - 12th grade students must submit required paperwork via the SLVSEF website for pre-approval by January 31, 2015.
The Student Advisory Board wrote a wonderful guide giving insight into participating in SLVSEF from the student's perspective. It includes details for how to choose a project, keeping a journal, making a great display board, and a review of the judging process.
The guide was designed by Mirae Parker, Michelle Wei, Bovey Rao, Naveen Rathi, Brandon Cui, and Nityam Rathi, who were all members of the 2013-2014 Salt Lake Valley Science and Engineering Fair Student Advisory Board.
Welcome back students—we are looking forward to another great year filled with science! If you have any questions about getting a great project underway, please let us know.
For general information about the fair, including an event schedule, download the SLVSEF flyer.
Be sure to attend a teacher training workshop. They are fun and a great way to get up to speed. We'll help you figure out everything you need to do to help your kids have a great science fair experience.
To learn more about the workshops including dates and location, download our PDF flyer.
SLVSEF will be held Tuesday March 24 through Friday, March 27, 2015 at Rice Eccles Stadium. (Location of awards ceremony will be determined later)
ISEF will take place May 10-15, 2015 in Pittsburgh, PA
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