Southern Minnesota Regional Science and Engineering Fair
The Southern Minnesota Regional Science and Engineering Fairs allow elementary, middle, and high school students to experience what it is to think like a scientist or engineer, to investigate and experiment in an area of interest, and to share their results. The students choose between a scientific method and an engineering method for their project. The program is linked to the International Science and Engineering Fair rules (ISEF). This is within the top 10 largest ISEF affiliated regional science and engineering fairs in the United States, where there are well over 1,000 students in attendance. The fairs take place in late winter and early spring.
For more information check out the Southern Minnesota Regional Science and Engineering Fair’s website.