Charlotte Michaluk is one of the top 30 finalists for this year's Broadcom Masters competition. The final results are in and Charlotte was award the Department of Defense's STEM Talent Award. The $10,000 award is for demonstrating excellence in science, technology, engineering or math, along with the leadership and technical skills necessary to excel in the 21st Century STEM workforce and build a better community for tomorrow.
Time to get moving. The 2021 Mercer Science and Engineering Fair will be held in March 2021 so start work on you projects now. The event will be online-only as we did in 2020. We are still affiliated with the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) which will be a virtual event in May. We will also have support for school science fairs. Teachers can contact us for details.
We are getting more local news coverage about our virtual fair including this article by Nicole Viviano at Community News. The article, Mercer Science and Engineering Fair moves online due to COVID-19, highlights our winners like the top three senior division winners:
Unfortunately the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair has been cancelled but the Lawrenceville School recognized him in the article: Michael Zhang ’20 Qualifies for Regeneron International Science & Engineering Fair.
We have some videos from the 2020 virtual fair and past fairs on YouTube.
Check out Rescuing Our Science Fair from COVID-19 on Electronic Design.
We have just been notified that this year's Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) has been cancelled. At this point, the Broadcom Masters competition is still occurring.
The 2020 Mercer Science and Engineering Fair is set to occur as scheduled but it will not be held at Rider University because the campus is closed due to the coronovirus. We will still be holding the fair but it will be done online. See Virtual Fair Details for more information.
Read the rest of this article for more info about addressing registration problems.