In order to keep our students, judges, and volunteers safe, we have decided to hold the 2020 TRFSEF as a virtual fair on April 4, two weeks later than originally scheduled. After discussing the option of the fair could go virtual on the 28th, many other issues and restrictions have arisen. As a result, the … Continue reading COVID-19 Update
The Society for Science and the Public has announced the first-ever Middle School Research Teachers Conference. This peer-led professional development conference is for middle school teachers who have an interest in leading students in science research (science fair-type) projects. Fifty teachers will be selected via lottery to come to Washington, DC, all-expenses-paid, for a weekend … Continue reading Society for Science and the Public Introduces Middle School Research Teachers Conference
Governor Andrew Cuomo has proclaimed that March is Science and Engineering Fair Month! Read the full proclamation below! What better way to celebrate than by participating in a Terra Science and Engineering Fair? It's not too late to sign up for the Northeast Regional Science and Engineering Fair on March 30, 2019 at SUNY Potsdam! … Continue reading March is Science & Engineering Fair Month!
The first issue of the International Journal of High School Research is now available to view online! Students who submit Senior Level projects to their local Terra Science & Engineering Fairs are eligible to submit their work for publication in the International Journal of High School Research! Register for the Terra Rochester-Finger Lakes Science & … Continue reading First Issue of IJHSR is Available!
Open the door to fun, discovery and international competition! Start your own GO Club! Genius Olympiad provides GO Clubs in the U.S. with $100 start-up funding. Club members prepare and submit environment-focused projects in one or more categories. Art, creative writing, music, short film Science, robotics, engineering Business What do GO clubs need? At least … Continue reading Start a GO Club