Seventeen Tennessee high school students have been selected to compete in the 2021 Tennessee Junior Science & Humanities Symposium coming up on March 4-5. Congratulations and good luck to you all!
Students selected to attend the 2021 Governor's School for the Sciences & Engineering will be notified via email on Monday, March 1. As students accept invitations their first names and high schools will be listed here.
Earn money and spend this summer as a Resident Assistant supervising a group of 10-12 high school students at the Governor's School for the Sciences & Engineering!
The first two rounds of the Virtual Science Olympiad preliminaries have taken place over the last two weekends with the final round scheduled for this Saturday, February 27.
The top 20 Division B teams (middle school) and top 26 Division C teams (high school) will advance to the Virtual State Science Olympiad Tournament on Saturday, April 17.
Have you missed our recent Virtual Science Club meetings where we shared resources to help you submit your 2021 SASEF project? No worries! You can find recordings at the links below.
Please remember that all SASEF paperwork must be completed by February 28. More information on SASEF here.
Final Science Olympiad preliminary competition
GSSE RA Applications Due
SASEF project registration deadline
GSSE selected students notified
SASEF Zoom Office Hours - Ask Any SASEF Questions
TN Junior Science & Humanities Symposium
Southern Appalachian Science & Engineering Fair
Tennessee State Science Olympiad Tournament
Southern Appalachian Science & Engineering Fair project resources below! ➡️Project presentation templates:… https://t.co/tzZgc3INMh
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