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Regional ISEF Science Fair

Tishina Mindemann <tmindemann@eosc.edu>

Good morning administrators, My name is Tish Mindemann, and I am the new coordinator for the Science Fair held at Eastern Oklahoma State College.

The fair will be held February 20-21, 2020, but I wanted to send you this email to get you thinking about participating in this year’s fair. Please feel free to forward this information to your science teachers and if they have any questions don’t hesitate to contact me. I have included a few of the pieces of information you might need for your students to start thinking about their projects. There are 22 categories from which they can choose to do their project about.

Categories and Subcategories

  • Animal Sciences (ANIM) – NTR
  • Earth and Environmental Sciences (EAEV) – WAT
  • Energy: Physical (EGPH) – SOL
  • Plant Sciences (PLNT) – AGR

Honeycutt Science Student Ideas

Maps and Demographics: ALL
Solar (EGPH): RW

The application of engineering principles and design concepts to capture energy from the sun to be converted to another form of energy. (source information)

Water Quality (EAEV): CW

Studies of Earth’s water systems, including water resources, movement, distribution, and water quality. This field includes the occurrence, movement, abundance, distribution, and quality of subsurface waters and related geologic aspects of surface waters. Furthermore, it projects may also address water from the moment of precipitation until it evaporates into the atmosphere or is discharged into the ocean; for example, river systems and the impacts of flooding. (source information)

Chicken Eggs (ANIM): GB

The study of natural, artificial, or maternal nutrients on animal growth, development, and reproduction including the use and effects of biological and chemical control agents to control reproduction and population numbers. (source information).

Urine as fertilizer (PLNT): BS

Application of the various soil and plant sciences to soil management and agricultural and horticultural crop production. Includes biological and chemical controls of pests, hydroponics, fertilizers and supplements. (source information)


 

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