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Washington State Mathematics and Science Contests

List of contests identified as of 8/06/08

Dennis Schatz, Amy Hale, Gene Wachtel

Updated by Gary Foss 8/9/09

Washington Science Fairs

          

  1. Bremerton Washington State Science and Engineering Fair

Ms Lois Jane Lugg PHONE: (360)377-3133 E-MAIL: wsseffairdirector@wssef.org

WEB SITE: http://www.wssef.org/

Sponsor: Olympic College, The Boeing Company, City of Bremerton, Eureka Lodge #20 F&M, Bonneville Power Administration, Ohio Wesleyan University, The Evergreen State College and Whitman College

 

  1. Kennewick Mid-Columbia Regional Science and Engineering Fair

Mrs. Joyce E. Stark PHONE: (509)837-2601 x3371 E-MAIL: jepstark@bentonrea.com

WEB SITE: http://www.mcsf.net

Sponsor: Battelle, Bechtel, Dr. Kenneth Isaacs, CH2M Hill Hanford Grp, Columbia Ctr Mall, Columbia Ctr Rotary

 

  1. Tacoma South Sound Regional Science Fair

Steve Colgan  PHONE: (253)535-7272 FAX: (253)535-7184 E-MAIL: vedrosr@plu.edu

WEB SITE: http://www.plu.edu/~scifair

Sponsor:  Pacific Lutheran University, Intel

 

  1. Student Biotech Expo, presented by the Northwest Association for Biomedical Research (NWABR). Grades 9-12

http://www.nwabr.org/studentbiotech

 

  1. Imagine Tomorrow, teams of two to five students, energy and environment, grades 9-12

http://imagine.wsu.edu/

 

  1. Seattle Public Schools Middle School Science Fair at the Museum of Flight,  Kathryn Kelsey  

kkelsey@seattleschools.org

 

  1. Washington State Homeschool Science Fair

http://www.scienceeducation.homestead.com/files/Science_Fair_1.htm

 

Washington Robotics Competitions

  1. FIRST Robotics Competition, grades 9-12

http://firstwa.org/

 

  1. FIRST Lego League Competition, grades 4-8

http://www.firstwa.org/

 

  1. FIRST Vex™ Challenge, Washington VEX Robotics Championship, grades 6-12

http://www.vexrobotics.com/

 

Washington Student Symposiums

1.      Washington Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, Seattle Pacific U, grades 9-12

http://www.wjshs.org/

 

Washington Science Contests, Olympiads, Decathlons, Bowls, etc.

1.      Washington Science Olympiad, teams from K-12

http://www.soinc.org/

 

2.      Destination Imagination (used to be called Odyssey of the Mind), K-12

http://www.wa-di.org/

 

3.      Washington Science Teacher’s Association (WSTA) Science and Engineering Contest, K-12

http://www.wsta.net/Publish/sciengcontest/Publish/index.html

 

4.      Washington State Mathematics Council (WSMC) High School Mathematics Contest, 9-12

http://www.wsmc.net/Contests/2006_Contest/index.html

 

5.      Washington State Mathematics Council (WSMC) Middle School Math Olympiad, grades 6-8

http://www.sound-decisions.org/olympiad/default.htm

 

6.      National Science Decathlon, grades 6-12, northwest conference tournament

http://www.sciencedecathlon.com/information/0809_brochure6_28_08.pdf

 

7.       Puget Sound Engineering Council Engineer’s Fair.  Features a Popsicle Stick Bridge Load Competition for K-12

http://pseconline.org/Events/EngineersFair/

 

8.       Middle school and high school Science Bowls, northwest region, sponsored by the Department of Energy

http://www.bpa.gov/corporate/education/science_bowl/

 

9.      Washington Technology Student Association Conference, grades 9-12

      http://www.washingtontsa.org/

 

International Science & Engineering Fair

  1. International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), organized by Society for Science & the Public with major funding from INTEL.  To attend, students must win first or second place at one of the affiliated state or regional fairs.

http://www.societyforscience.org/ISEF/

 

National Student Symposiums

  1. Intel Science Talent Search, 12th grade

http://www.sciserv.org/sts/

 

  1. Siemens Competition in Math, Science, & Technology, grades 9-12, individual or team

http://www.siemens-foundation.org/en/competition.htm

 

  1. National JSHS.  Students must be selected at regional event to attend.

http://www.jshs.org/

 

National Contests

  1. International Sustainable World Project Olympiad (ISWEEP), grades 6-12

http://www.isweeep.org/

 

  1. Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge, grades 5-8

http://www.youngscientistchallenge.com/

 

  1. National Youth Science Camp.  Two high school seniors are chosen by the Governor in every state to attend this prestigious camp.

http://www.nysc.org/

 

  1. Washington MESA Day, mathematics, engineering, science, competitive events, K-12

www.washingtonmesa.org

 

  1. International Physics Olympiads, grades 9-12

http://www.jyu.fi/tdk/kastdk/olympiads/

 

  1. Marine Advanced Technology Education Center ROV competitions

http://www.marinetech.org/rov_competition/index.php

 

  1. National Ocean Science Bowl

http://www.nosb.org/?anchor=about_nosb

 

  1. Electrathon America, electric vehicle competition

http://www.electrathonamerica.org/

 

  1. ExploraVision Awards (Toshiba/NSTA) , K-12

http://www.exploravision.org/

 

  1. American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) High School Physics Photo Contest , 9-12

http://www.aapt.org/Contests/photocontest.cfm

 

  1. AAPT Video Contest 

http://www.aapt.org/Contests/videocontest.cfm

 

  1. Team America Rocketry Challenge

http://www.rocketcontest.org/

 

  1. National American Indian Science and Engineering Fair (NAISEF)

http://www.aises.org/Events/NAISEF

 

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