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Southern Appalachian Science and Engineering Fair

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Results from SASEF 2014. Thanks for coming!

Certificates of Excellence

Honorable Mention

Local Special Award Winners

Script from Awards Ceremony: Local Special Awards

National Special Award Winners

Script from Awards Ceremony: National Special Awards

Funding for Equipment for Teacher

Could you use a little extra money to help your science or engineering program grow? Click here for details...

Notice for group projects - Senior Division only

SASEF accepts Senior Divison(Grades 9-12) Teams of only TWO students. THREE-PERSON teams are no longer allowed (three on a team will still be ok at the junior division level).

Sponsors Needed!

The Southern Appalachian Science and Engineering Fair needs YOU to help us continue our mission to encourage middle and high school students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math by completing a project based on scientific inquiry. Our sponsors range from invididuals to small companies to professional societies to large agencies or firms. Some of our sponsors provide local awards to projects that fit the mission of their company or agency. Sponsors are recognized during the fair by displaying logos and media on the Jumbotron, and all donors are recognized in the awards program, including full page advertisements for donors of $1000 or more. Visit the Sponsors link to see the list of this year's contributors.

Who We Are

The Southern Appalachian Science and Engineering Fair is the premier science competition for students in middle and high school in our 23-county service area of East Tennessee. We have promoted teaching the scientific method in science, engineering, and math since 1952.

The fair is sponsored by the University of Tennessee and many local companies and agencies. It is held at the UT Thompson Boling Arena during the first week of April. There are two divisions of competition - Junior Division for middle school students grades 6 - 8, and Senior Division for high school students grades 9 - 12.

SASEF is an official, affiliated regional fair of the International Science and Engineering Fair, and the top two Senior Division students win an expense paid trip to compete in ISEF In Los Angeles, CA in May, 2014.

Yes, you can "double dip"!

The Tennessee Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (TJSHS) for grades 9-12 takes place each spring. You are allowed to use the SAME research project for both the TJSHS and the SASEF. Their deadline is midi-January and the symposium takes place at UT in Feb - check their website for dates.

SSP Fellows Program for Teachers

Society for Science & the Public (SSP), with generous support from Intel, is pleased to announce the launch of its Fellows Program. The SSP Fellows Program provides funds and training to selected U.S. science and math teachers who serve under-resourced students, to enable interested and motivated students to perform high-quality independent scientific research.

For more information....

http://outreach.societyforscience.org/

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Contact

Julie Werner, Fair Manager
Southern Appalachian Science and Engineering Fair
2506 EJ Chapman Dr.
Knoxville, TN 37996-4531
Phone: (865) 974-5158
Fax: (865) 974-4514
Email: jwerner2@utk.edu

Our service area of upper East Tennessee:

Anderson, Blount, Campbell, Carter, Claiborne, Cocke, Grainger, Greene, Hamblen, Hancock, Hawkins, Jefferson, Johnson, Knox, Loudon, Morgan, Monroe, Roane, Sevier, Sullivan, Unicoi, Union, Washington