For Students and Sponsors

Project registration as well as display and safety clearance will take place on Friday, February 14, 2020 between 4:00 and 7:00 PM

Garza Gym--All Junior Division (Grades 6-8)

Engineering area Categories

  • Biomedical Engineering and Translational Medical Science (BT)
  • Computer Sciences (CS)
  • Embedded Systems and Robotics (EB)
  • Engineering Mechanics (EM)
  • Environmental Engineering (EV)

Physical Science Area Categories

  • Materials Science (MS)
  • Chemistry and Biochemistry (CB)
  • Earth and Environmental Sciences (EE)
  • Energy—Chemical and Physical (EN)
  • Physics and Astronomy (PA) (and some Math-related projects)

Gran Salon--All Junior Division (Grades 6-8)

Biological Area Categories

  • Animal Sciences (AS)
  • Behavioral and Social Sciences (BS)
  • Biomedical and Health Sciences (BH)
  • Cellular and Molecular Biology (CM)
  • Microbiology (MI)
  • Plant Sciences (PS)

Music, Science and Learning Center Building (MSLC)--All Senior Division (Grades 9-12)

Biological Area Categories

  • Animal Sciences (AS)
  • Behavioral and Social Sciences (BS)
  • Biomedical and Health Sciences (BH)
  • Cellular and Molecular Biology (CM)
  • Microbiology (MI)
  • Plant Sciences (PS)

Physical Science Area Categories

  • Materials Science (MS)
  • Chemistry and Biochemistry (CB)
  • Earth and Environmental Sciences (EE)
  • Energy—Chemical and Physical (EN)
  • Physics and Astronomy (PA) (and some Math-related projects)

Salon Casia--all Senior Division (Grades 9-12)

Engineering area Categories

  • Biomedical Engineering and Translational Medical Science (BT)
  • Computer Sciences (CS)
  • Embedded Systems and Robotics (EB)
  • Engineering Mechanics (EM)
  • Environmental Engineering (EV)

Sponsors may register and clear projects without students in attendance but

All materials including technology must be brought for clearance by the RGV RSEF Display and Safety Committee members between 4:00-7:00 PM.

Any materials not cleared at this time may not be brought into the display area on Saturday, February 15th.

All students and sponsors are required to read the ISEF Rules and Guidelines

Information for students on science projects can be found at the following link: Science Project Resources

The Intel International website provides many helpful links including:

Science Buddies

Regional Fair registration fees are $25.00 per student being advanced from a district fair.

If a student is home schooled, email rgvrsef@rgvrsef.com to make arrangements to be able to compete.

A UTRGV link will be posted shortly with payment information for advancing students.


Students

This year’s Science and Engineering Fair will continue using the paperless system called Scienteer. This online process improves students’ paperwork, the process of reviewing students’ projects, and increases communication between students, teachers, and fair coordinators.

Each student is to be registered by their District Fair and must complete inputting their project information in order to advance to the Regional Science and Engineering Fair.

Please go to www.scienteer.com

  • Before starting, be sure that your teacher has already created his/her Scienteer account.
  • On your landing page, you must update your profile and add a signature in order to continue.
  • Once completed, under Navigate to your Role, select Student.
  • Complete all steps before you start your experimentation.
  • Detailed directions

*Please be advised that in order to be compete at the RGV Regional Science and Engineering Fair, students must compete at the District level, unless home schooled.

Students