2015 Longs Peak Science and Engineering Fair:

Click HERE for school information registration.

Click HERE for exhibitor registration.

Click HERE to volunteer as a judge or safety inspector.

 

All LPSEF participants agree to the use of any photograph(s) taken with or without a name and for any lawful purpose (i.e., publicity, illustration, and Web content) by the LPSEF and University of Northern Colorado.

Information

Longs Peak Science and Engineering Fair (LPSEF) presented by Noble Energy will hold its 45th annual fair on Thursday, February 26, 2015. LPSEF is a regional fair affiliated with the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF). There will be 20 projects qualifying for the 2015 Colorado Science and Engineering Fair (CSEF) and at least one project will qualify for ISEF.

Register students for Junior (5th - 8th grade) or Senior (9th - 12th grade) Divisions.
Categories for these divisions are:

  1. Animal Sciences
  2. Behavioral and Social Sciences
  3. Chemistry
  4. Earth & Space Science
  5. Energy & transportation
  6. Engineering
  7. Mathematics & Computer Sciences
  8. Medicine and Health
  9. Microbiology
  10. Physics
  11. Plant Sciences

Projects may be either Individual or Team (max of 3 students on the same project)

We know paperwork and registration can be tedious and confusing. If you are interested in a hands-on workshop to assist in completing paperwork, please contact lori.ball@unco.edu. Also, please visit the Intel ISEF Document Library for the 2015 Student Handbook and forms.

All project documentation must be submitted to LPSEF prior to competition. Upon approval from LPSEF original forms should be placed in the student notebook in the following order: Abstract; Adult Sponsor (Form 1); ISEF Student Checklist (Form 1A); Research Plan; Approval Form (1B); if required, Form 1C, Form 2, Form 3, any other forms in number order.

All LPSEF participants agree to the use of any photograph(s) taken with or without a name and for any lawful purpose (i.e., publicity, illustration, and Web content) by the LPSEF and University of Northern Colorado.

Contact us if you have questions.

STEM Competition for High School Students
Siemens Foundation, in partnership with the College Board, is sponsoring the Siemens Competition in Math, Science & Technology, which recognizes remarkable talent early on, fostering individual growth for high school students who are willing to challenge themselves through science research. Through this competition, students have an opportunity to achieve national recognition for science research projects that they complete in high school. Students or teams of students can enter to win scholarships of up to $100,000 for their work. Registration is open. Visit the College Board website for more information. The deadline for project submission is to be determined.

  • Anadarko Petroleum commits $1K to the 2013 science fair
  • Noble Energy provides a generous $10K title sponsorship for 2013 event
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