How We Modified our Fair during the COVID-19 Outbreak

As we wrap up our 65th Annual SARSEF Science and Engineering Fair, we have started reflecting on our methods of handling the COVID-19 outbreak while planning and running a large event. We wanted to share our approach here in order to help other fairs and similar science education events as they put their own plans… Read more »

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Not Sure What SARSEF Fair 2020 Looks Like? Here’s Your Guide!

    As many of you know, we are making changes to the SARSEF Fair 2020 to provide a safe and healthy science fair for Southern Arizona students. Read our official statement about the changes here.   We are excited to share that thanks to the support of Proper Villains LLC our award ceremonies will be available… Read more »

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SARSEF Fair, a Tucson Tradition in Science Education, Turns 65

For 65 years the SARSEF Fair has been inspiring students to ask big questions and find answers through science and engineering.   (Tucson, AZ) March 11 through 14, thousands of students, PreK through high school, will eagerly share their research projects at the Tucson Convention Center. They are taking part in a Tucson tradition by… Read more »

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1,000 Students Explore Endless Possibilities in Science and Engineering at Arizona STEM Adventure

1,000 Gr. 4-8 students to learn critical thinking and problem solving through hands-on experiences taught by real-world professionals (Tucson AZ) On November 22, 2019, 1,000 students (Grades 4-8) will explore areas of science that ignite their passion at the annual Arizona STEM Adventure held by SARSEF. The event is a part of SARSEF’s year-round educational outreach… Read more »

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SARSEF Leads a Full Day of Science in Nogales, Mexico

Have you heard? SARSEF has gone international! In July, we led a full day of science for Explora STEM, a STEM summer program for girls in Nogales, Mexico at La Universidad del Valle de México. We had an incredible time discussing invasive species in lakes as well as other problems in their worlds and lives… Read more »

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Every Child. Thinking Critically. Solving Problems.