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CONGRATULATIONS TO ALYSSA KEARN, THE LPSEF INTERNATIONAL QUALIFIER, FOR HER 2nd PLACE FINISH AT THE 2018 ISEF COMPETITION IN THE ENGINEERING CATEGORY!
2019 Longs Peak Science & Engineering Fair (LPSEF)
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Click HERE to VOLUNTEER
“I've been a volunteer judge for the Longs Peak Science and Engineering Fair (run by Longs Peak Science Foundation) since 2009. I enjoy interacting with the middle and high school students and learning about their science, math, and engineering projects. The students really make the experience meaningful. They put so much work into their projects and the Fair gives them an opportunity to showcase their work. Longs Peak Science Foundation sends out useful information before volunteering and provides refreshments to volunteers on the day of the Fair. The volunteers are well taken care of! Volunteering for Longs Peak Science Foundation is a great way to connect with middle and high school students and to be inspired by their enthusiasm for science, math, and engineering.”
—Julie Sexton, Ph.D
“Don’t even hesitate to volunteer! To see these young people light up when they tell you about their projects is an amazing experience! Here is your opportunity to help instill a connection to and love for science in the people who are our future. All the “work” is already done! You just have to show up and help rank it. And in doing so, I promise you, you too will be inspired.”
—Gary Weiderspon, Xcel Energy
Uncontrolled Variables: A Science Fair Story
A documentary film that follows the students and teachers in three northwest Arkansas schools as they compete in science fair.