Arizona Science Center to present Arizona Science & Engineering Fair on April 4-5

Sparking Innovation: Arizona Science and Engineering Fair Concludes, Awards Ceremony Highlights Student Achievements

The Arizona Science and Engineering Fair is coming to a close on April 5, with the Official Award Ceremony set to take place on Saturday, April 6. This event will recognize the winners of the fair, which brings together top science fair participants from across the state.

A total of 690 students will be participating in AzSEF this year, representing elementary, junior, and senior divisions. Over 500 science projects will be showcased, featuring students from 140 schools, including 58 Title I schools.

The Grand Award winners from the Senior Division will have the opportunity to compete at the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair in Los Angeles. The Arizona Science and Engineering Fair will take place at 500 E. Veterans Way in Tempe, with student check-in starting at 9 a.m. on both days of the fair.

The Official Award Ceremony on Saturday, April 6 will celebrate the achievements of all participants and their families. For more information about the fair and the ceremony, visit azscience.org/events-programs/arizona-science-engineering-fair/about.

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