Welcome to the Fort Worth Regional
Science & Engineering Fair Website!
The Fort Worth Regional Science and Engineering Fair has just completed its 62nd year! The fair drew students from ten Texas counties, and in addition, many local high school students, teachers and parents joined us during the public viewing of the projects and for the awards ceremony.Interested in joining? Click here for registration information. Also check out the results from past fairs.
FWRSEF in the News!
Science fair at UTA draws more than 550 middle and high school students
The Star Telegram, Feb. 25, 2013
- Find out more about the FWRSEF from this video clip on NBC 5.
For Division I (High School) Students:
The Fort Worth Regional Science and Engineering Fair may elect up to four projects for participation in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) this year. Presentation of posters is mandatory for all Division I students.
For Division II (Middle School) Students:
In the upcoming fair, Division II students may present their projects to the judges from 10:00–11:30 AM on February 25, 2013. Presentation is optional for Division II students and will not impact project scoring. However, students are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity as it will help them hone their scientific communication skills and will prepare them for presentations in the future.
The Fort Worth Regional Science and Engineering Fair continues participating in the Broadcom MASTERS™ (Math, Applied Science, Technology and Engineering for Rising Stars) Program, a program created by the Broadcom Foundation™ and the Society for Science and the Public (SSP), a science competition exclusively for middle school students. An estimated 20 students from FWRSEF will be selected to compete for the opportunity to be one of 30 Broadcom MASTERS™ Finalists, who will travel to Washington, D.C. in the fall to compete for a $25,000 grand prize.
UTA Science and Engineering and RadioShack Fun!
UTA and RadioShack are jointly sponsoring a series of afternoon events (from 11:30 AM to 5:00 PM) for the science fair participants on February 25, 2013. After both Division I and II project presentations have concluded, boxed lunches will be provided and students will divide into small groups based on category and grade level. Different groups of students will then be led by UTA ambassadors to participate in various exciting engineering and science activities organized by the the College of Science (COS) and the College of Engineering (COE).