Education Outreach Day 2023
Schools in Texas are invited to bring middle and high schools (grades 5-12) to participate in Education Outreach Day at the Regeneron International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF) on Thursday, May 18, 2023! This is a unique opportunity to meet ISEF finalists from around the world and participate in many hands-on, interactive STEM activities.
When: 9am-3pm on Thursday, May 18, 2023
Where: Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, Dallas, TX
How: Schools should complete this form
The theme of this year’s Education Outreach Day is “Building a Scientific Question!” School groups will rotate among activities that pique interest and enthusiasm in STEM and help student attendees generate ideas for their own STEM research projects by building their own scientific questions based on their experiences throughout the day.
Learn more and ask questions at one of these informational sessions!
Before school on Thursday, February 2 at 7-7:30 am CT
After school on Thursday, February 2 at 4-4:30 pm CT
Finalist Hall Exploration
Visiting students will have the opportunity to explore finalist project displays, while on a quest to find projects from diverse subject areas, spanning every continent and showing commonalities among world problems.
STEM Innovation Expo
Device Discovery Zone
Students will have the opportunity to try out a variety of equipment that can be used in the lab or in the field to collect data for research projects.
Regeneron ISEF Finalist Talks
Regeneron ISEF finalists will tell stories of their STEM journeys from the stage, including their inspiration for their projects, challenges they encountered, and future plans.
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Learn more about this exciting competitions and the international finalists who will be attending to speak to local students!
The Education Outreach Day for ISEF is one of those days when we as teachers can expose the students to current researchers in their field that they can recognize as peers. It is a wonderful learning opportunity that engages and inspires students to contribute to the scientific community earlier in life.
-Rachna Nath, ACP-Erie
This is the first time my Native American students and I had an opportunity to be at the event [ISEF] and meet the finalists. I think it was a great occasion for my students and has motivated them to dream big. I am certain that my students were encouraged by observing and interacting with the ISEF finalists, who travelled from different parts of the world to share their brilliant projects.
-Reny Mathew, Greyhills Academy High School
This is a wonderful opportunity for our students to experience all that is new and exciting in science and engineering. If one project can inspire one of our students, then the experience was worth it. The students found some of the projects unbelievably amazing. My seniors, who went as freshmen last time, still talk about the experience. Without the generosity of your donors and sponsors, we would not be able to participate — so thank you. Science fairs like ISEF are important to show our students what a little curiosity can do.
-Marcie Sippey, East Allegheny High School