Science and Engineering Fairs offer an exceptional opportunity to enrich school programs at both the elementary and secondary level through encouraging independent project work, developing displays, having work judged, sharing similar interests with other students, competing for awards and receiving local, national and even international recognition. Science and Engineering Fair work provides experiences and motivation that are reflected in both personal and classroom development.
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The Western Minnesota Region is one of the eight regions in Minnesota and includes the counties of Big Stone, Becker, Clay, Grant, Mahnomen, Norman, Ottertail, Polk, Traverse and Wilkin.
The 66th Western Minnesota Regional Science Fair will take place on the campus of the University of Minnesota Crookston on Friday, February 6, 2015 in Bede Ballroom.
Science Fair Project Guide:
Info on Required ISEF Forms for Projects:
Human Subjects Risk Assessment Guide (PDF)
Fair ID: USMN05
Download and fill out all registration forms.
The deadline for entries and required forms for projects and papers must be postmarked by Friday, January 23, 2015.
Late submissions allowed with pre-approval from the director.
NEW! Limited number of scholarships available to assist with science fair registration fee.
Make checks payable to "Western Minnesota Regional Science Fair".
Pre-approved late registrations will incur $5 additional fee for every category.
Western MN Regional Science Fair
c/o Katy Nannenga
University of Minnesota Crookston
2900 University Ave
Crookston, MN 56716
Forms may also be submitted by email - email@example.com.