SW Washington Science and Engineering Fair

The SW Washington Science and Engineering Fair (SWSEF) is affiliated with the Washington Science and Engineering Fair (WSEF) and the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), the world’s largest international pre college science competition. ISEF is a program of Society for Science and the Public. The goals of SWSEF is to encourage student involvement in real research and problem solving as well provide an opportunity for students to discuss science and engineering with professionals and a chance to win over $25 million in scholarships and prizes.

High School students in SW Washington have been conducting scientific research in the Science and Engineering Fair since 1984 and SWSEF has hosted a fair since 2012. Prior to 2012 the Intel NWSE Fair in Portland was able to allow SW Washington Students to participate in their fair. The competition has grown to more than 100 high school students conducting more than 80 research projects. Students compete in categories encompassing all the scientific disciplines, engineering, computer science and mathematics.

The fair is held annually on the last Saturday in February or the first Saturday in March.

SW Washington Science and Engineering Fair Overview

Saturday, Feb. 27th 2016 at 1:30-4pm
Camas, WA, United States