Wisconsin Science Education Foundation Presents
Waukesha Colleges
Science & Engineering Fair

Carroll University
March 3rd, 2018
UW-Waukesha 2019

Applications
Requirement
To participate in the Waukesha Colleges Science & Engineering Fair (WaCSEF) the student must:
  • be in 9-12 grade (or equivalent),
  • less than 21 years of age by fair date,
  • without a diploma or equivalent,
  • Enrolled in an accredited high school curriculum (Public, Private or Home School).
Declare Interest Fill out the Student Interest Form and we will contact you to help you get started
Student Registration Student Registration Form
  • Send student name, email, phone, address, city, state, zip, school year, project title
  • Name of mentor and contact information
  • Special display notes (tall project, need electric, etc.)
  • Regional fair (if participating)
  • Project category (Select One)
  • Include fee = $15, $30 For Home School Students (or scholarship request Student Scholarship Application)
    Make Check Out to WaCSEF 
  • Mail To:
SRC/IRB ISEF

Why all these forms?

  1. To insure students conduct safe and ethical experiments
  2. To insure students submit projects with research conducted only for the 12 months preceding the fair date.
  3. To insure fairness for all.
Help with Forms
  • Forms Wizard
  • ISEF Forms
  • SCR/IRB Approvals
    • PRIOR APPROVAL from an SRC or IRB maybe required on some projects.
    • Due 15 days before WaCSEF.
    • All projects require ISEF forms 1, 1A, Research Plan, & 1B
    • Incomplete forms may disqualify the project)
    (BPS = Before Project Starts
    APE = After Project Ends)
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    BPS APE
    Some Projects May Require More
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    Abstract Form (Only for regional fair use - ISEF finalists must use on-line system)
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    No SRC/IRB available?
    Contact Fair Dir for approvals.
    Submit Forms
    Mail To:
    
    WACSEF will be affiliated with the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF); the world's largest pre-college celebration of science.