President Obama Visits the Finals Event
President Obama & Mayor Bloomberg talk with Finalists
2012 Team NYC – ISEF Finalists
2012 ISEF Team – Geared up for judging
Preliminary Round, The City College of New York
Finals Event, The American Museum of Natural History
About NYCSEF 2013
The New York City Science and Engineering Fair, the largest high school research competition in NYC, is sponsored by the New York City Department of Education and the City University of New York. Each year, hundreds of students participate from all over the five boroughs. The NYCSEF 2013 paper and on-line portions of the application are available here. Students interested in participating in future NYCSEF events are encouraged to review the 2013 NYCSEF Rules & Guidelines. NYCSEF is affiliated with the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
President Obama visits the Finals
In 2011, addressing the 191 students participating at the Finals Round, President Obama said, “I want you to know that you are the key to our success. You’re going to be able to find a job because there’s going to be a great advantage for the skills you’re learning. So you should all be extraordinarily proud of the work you’re doing.”
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Volunteer to Judge
Volunteer as a judge in this year’s NYCSEF. Judges are needed in the biological, physical sciences, plant sciences, behavioral and social sciences, mathematics, engineering, computers and many more.
Volunteer at the Fair!
NYCSEF is successful because of all the people that put in the effort in seeing the events run smoothly. Join the crew and volunteer!
If you are interested in volunteering for the Preliminary and/or Finals Round, please email us at NYCSEF@cuny.edu.
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- 03Mar2013 NYCSEF Preliminary Round
- 19Mar2013 NYCSEF Finals Round
- 21Mar2013 NYCSEF Awards Ceremony
- 12May2013 International Science & Engineering Fair Week