Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory ~ Alameda County Science and Engineering Fair
The 2nd Annual Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory ~ Alameda County Science and Engineering Fair was held Saturday March 9th 2013 at the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton.
The High School Results (photo link below)
Middle School Results (photo link below)
LLNL~ACSEF 2013Teachers of the Year are: Emily Carian - Madison Middle School in Oakland and Patricia Williamson - Alameda Community Learning Center (ACLC) in Alameda. Congratulations for your hands on approach and being a role model for science research in the classroom for mentoring your student projects!!
THINKING ABOUT NEXT YEAR'S RESEARCH PROJECT - NOW??? WE CAN HELP (link) - ALSO - check the next NEW button below if you are planning on doing ANY part of a project at a college or other research facility.
3/29/13 Students who are planning on research at a university or regulated research facility must take specific application pages with them to save problems when applying to LLNL~ACSEF this coming October - November 2013: Check the ISEF link for what you will need depending upon the nature of your research ISEF Rules and Forms Wizard
MANY THANKS TO OUR 2013 SPONSORS !
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory - Sally Ride Level - Title Sponsor
Santa Clara Valley Science and Engineering Fair Association
Peter and Patricia Castro
Lawrence Livermore National Securities
Alameda County Water and Wastewater Agencies
East Bay Community Foundation
PECG - Professional Engineers in California Government
Intermedia - The Business Cloud
Sandia National Laboratories- Lockheed Martin
American Institute of Mathematics
Kiwanis International - City of Alameda
NEED HELP COMING UP WITH A PROJECT IDEA ?? WE CAN HELP (link)
ACSEF is a nonprofit organization and therefore the fair operation depends entirely upon financial donations and grants. ACSEF Tax ID# 45-1800245.
Sponsors/Donors Link: Business, Industry, Private parties may further the efforts of the Alameda County Science & Engineering Fair and become a Sponsoring Partner by making a financial contribution, service and/or sponsoring a special award.
General Volunteer link: If you would like a wonderful opportunity to give back to the community as well as utilize your interests and expertise to help promote S.T.E.M goals for the students of Alameda County please consider being a volunteer.
E-mentor link: The mentor program offers an opportunity for students to contact an adult who has some level of knowledge or expertise in science or engineering who can provide suggestions VIA EMAIL to improve student project procedures before students start to build a prototype or run their experiment.
Judges link: ACSEF invites all science, computer science, and engineering professionals, college and university instructors, post-docs, and other interested community members to help make the science fair a stimulating and educational experience for student participants by volunteering as a judge.
Upcoming Competitions and Events
Details on how the program works
California State Science Fair
California Science Center
Discovery YSC, Discovery Education Young Scientist Challenge
I-SWEEEP, International Sustainable World Energy Engineering Environment Project Olympiad