This year is unique, the Arizona Science and Engineering Fair takes place before SARSEF fair, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still enter both! To learn more and to register, go to: http://www.azscience.org/events-programs/arizona-science-engineering-fair/about/ To compete, coordinate with your school to be sure that no more than 12 projects in Elementary Division (Gr 5&6) and 12 projects… Read more »
SARSEF 2017 Winners
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- You can still enter AzSEF!
- Project Registration is Now Open!
- Travel with Jane Goodall on her incredible journey this Saturday!
- FREE Play Celebrating Marie Curie!
- TEEN ASTRONOMY CAFÉS
Project registration is now open, just click here to register! https://sarsef.org/schools/teachers/your-class-participation/ For a sample of the questions that are asked during registration, please use this form: Sample Registration for SARSEF For a timeline of this year’s fair, and dates for next year, go to: https://sarsef.org/schools/important-dates/ Please note, we have new High School categories for 2018! Click… Read more »
Join SARSEF at the Tucson premiere of JANE at the Loft Cinema this Saturday, November 11th at 2:30pm. Featuring an introduction by Shawn Sweeney, Communications Director at the Jane Goodall Institute, with an informal post-film discussion on the patio following the film. “Jane isn’t just required viewing for fans of Goodall or animal lovers, but anyone… Read more »
Dear friends who love Science! You’re invited to celebrate two-time Nobel Prize Winner Maria Skłodowska Curie’s 150th Birthday on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 with a special live performance of the acclaimed living history theatrical play: MANYA: The Living History of Marie Curie by scholar, performer & playwright Susan Marie Frontczak. RSVP: http://curie150.eventbrite.com. (Scroll down and find SARSEF…. Read more »
Do your students enjoy exploring new topics about space? We are excited to invite you to our next one on Nov. 4. Dr. Gautham Narayan will be talking about the “Life and Death of Stars”. The Teen Astronomy Café program is an out-of-school program that offers high school students opportunities to interact with scientists who… Read more »
Please use this link to sign-up to volunteer! We appreciate your participation and look forward to working with you! https://tinyurl.com/AZStem17 On November 17, 2017, AZStemAdventure will again welcome more than 1,000 fourth- through eighth-grade students from across Southern Arizona. Exhibits and demonstrations for these children will include laboratories to launches, and from animal observations to feats of engineering. They… Read more »
SARSEF IS ONE OF THE TOP TEN FINALISTS FOR THE 2017 DRUCKER PRIZE The Drucker Institute announced SARSEF as one of 10 finalists out of 252 applicants nationwide for the 2017 Drucker Prize. “The 10 finalists were selected from among 50 semifinalists announced on June 16, 2017. Leaders from these 50 organizations each completed a… Read more »
2017-18 Research Apprenticeship Program Seeking 8th-12th grade students interested in field science research UA Science: Sky School (https://skyschool.arizona.edu) is seeking students who are excited to learn more about science and enjoy being in the outdoors. We are recruiting students in grades 8-12 to develop and execute field-based research projects for the regional science fair, run… Read more »
Take a look at what SARSEF has accomplished this year, thanks to YOUR help! Read the Annual Report for 2016-2017! 2016-2017 SARSEF Annual Report
From Lisa Icenroad Program Manager, Intel International Science and Engineering Fair: I wanted to reach out to you to make you aware of an educational opportunity specifically for Arizona schools. The Burton Family Foundation would like to give our Science News in High Schools program to rural high schools across your state. The Foundation would… Read more »