December 7, 2019: Deadline for Protocols/ISEF forms and outlines
For all projects requiring approval by the Scientific Review Committee (SRC), send all protocols and outlines for approval BEFORE starting experimentation. Review of protocols is ongoing until the December 8th deadline. If your project does not require prior approval by the SRC, there is no need to send the forms in prior to the Official Entry Date deadline. If you are unsure whether you need prior approval, please use the ISEF Rules Wizard located at the following site: https://apps2.societyforscience.org/wizard/ .
February 9, 2019: Last day for local School Fairs
February 16, 2019: Deadline for the Official Entry Forms
Send the following by the deadline:
- all Protocols and required forms (https://student.societyforscience.org/intel-isef-forms for all Intel ISEF forms) along with
- the NENM Regional Science & Engineering Fair Official Individual Entry Form (Revised 12/12/2018): click here
- the NENM Regional Science & Engineering Fair Official Team Entry Form: click here
- $20.00 per student entry fees by this deadline (all entry fees are nonrefundable)
March 2, 2019: Northeastern New Mexico Regional Science & Engineering Fair at New Mexico Highlands University in Las Vegas, New Mexico.
May 12-17, 2019: The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, Phoenix, Arizona
Contact Information for the Science Fair:
Tranquilino “Kino” Hurtado
Science Fair Director
New Mexico Highlands University
P.O. Box 9000
Las Vegas, NM 87701
Scientific Research Paper Competition
For Grade 5 through12
Sponsored by the New Mexico Academy of Science
Deadline for all submissions: To be announced
The Junior Academy of Science promotes student research and participation in science fairs with a scientific paper competition. This competition provides students with unique opportunities to learn a crucial part of scientific work: communicating their work to others. The competitions are held in conjunction with Regional and State Science and Engineering Fairs. Winners in regional competition qualify for the state competition. Monetary prizes are awarded at regional and state levels. Top ranking Senior Division students qualify to travel as New Mexico state delegates to the national meeting of the American Junior Academy of Science. Information at http://www.nmas.org/junior.html.
For questions about the paper competition contact
Maureen Romine, Scientific Research Paper Competition, Northeastern Regional Director