Science Fair projects encompass far more than building volcanoes or solar system models...
The students are involved in sophisticated research projects that focus on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) topics in 13 different categories, Team Projects, and (for 6th – 8th grades) Consumer Science
Each year, 900 to 1,000 students in grades 6th through 12th from Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey and Delaware, make new discoveries that could change their lives forever as they participate in the Delaware Valley Science Fairs (DVSF). Nearly $6 million in scholarship and prize money is awarded to students winners. DVSF takes top high-school winners to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) competition in May to compete for more than $4 million in scholarships and awards. Top middle-school winners go on to the Broadcom MASTERS (Math, Applied Science, Technology, and Engineering for Rising Stars) national competition.
Founded in 1949, The Delaware Valley Science Fairs, Inc., is a non-profit organization sponsored by area companies, foundations, universities and individual donors. One of the oldest and largest Fairs in the country, DVSF embraces a philosophy is that students learn science by doing science. In the process, students learn how to think and develop critical problem solving skills that they will need for careers, college and citizenship. Our mission is to bring parents, teachers and industry together to stimulate and nurture young people so that they can grow and develop into contributing members of the community by providing the scientific work force needed for the future. We provide mentoring and teacher training to facilitate participation in this activity.
Congratulations to this year's winners!!!
DVSF Awards Special Awards
All awards are accurate to the best of our knowledge. Special awards are contingent on the participating student meeting the requirements set forth by the award organization. Any awards not received at the awards ceremony will be mailed sometime after ISEF at the end of May.
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DVSF is an Affiliated Fair for the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF).
Student Reflections on the DVSF Experience
Students from DVSF who will be participating at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
May 13 to May 18, 2018
Tanya Mehta - Parkland High School
Rhea Malhotra - Moravian Academy
Pranav Garimidi - Conestoga High School
Ariel Baiano - Marine Academy of Technology and Environmental Science
Ryan Luo - Biotechnology High School
Jonathan Cheng and Adam Zhang - Methacton High School
Karthik Yegnesh - Methacton High School
Sathya Edamadaka - High Technology High School
Ankhitha Manjunatha - Parkland High School
Nehali Gupta - Parkland High School
Sophia Swartz - Central Bucks High School-South
Shehbeel Arif - Central High School
Prathysha Kothare - Parkland High School
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