2020 National American Indian Science and Engineering Fair registration extended

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Registration extended to March 11

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American Indian Science and Engineering Society

The 2020 National American Indian Science and Engineering Fair (NAISEF) is an in-person and virtual science and engineering fair that is developed in partnership with the Division of Institutional Diversity at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater. The National American Indian Science and Engineering Fair will be held on the Oklahoma State University campus on April 3-4, 2020. 

We invite American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian students in grades 5 - 12 the opportunity to compete in the Junior Division (5th - 8th grades) or Senior Division (9th - 12th grades).

Registration for the 2020 National American Indian Science and Engineering Fair is extended to March 11, 2020! To learn more about the National American Indian Science and Engineering Fair registration visit the National American Indian Science and Engineering Fair website at fairs.aises.org or contact Chelsea Chee, American Indian Science and Engineering Society Program Officer at cchee@aises.org.

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National American Indian Science and Engineering Fair is run almost entirely by volunteers who help with onsite logistics, judging, and more. There are many areas where volunteers are needed and we welcome YOU to support Native students in discovering, pursuing, and nurturing their interest in in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) as they prepare for their college careers and beyond!

American Indian Science and Engineering Society thanks the Oklahoma State University Division of Institutional Diversity for their partnership in expanding STEM opportunities to emerging Native scientists. Their partnership is key in supporting the imagination, design and creativity of the next generation of Native STEM innovators and leaders. We are grateful for the American Indian Science and Engineering Society-Oklahoma State University partnership to restore the in-person fair! Visit Oklahoma State University Division of Institutional Diversity online at https://diversity.okstate.edu/ to learn more.

Participating in a science fair can be a very rewarding experience from students to parents, chaperones and judges, volunteers and sponsors, and more. We hope to see you in Oklahoma!

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