In 2019, the Capital Science & Engineering Fair recieved a grant for $2000 from TEF.
The Capital Science & Engineering Fair (CSEF) is a regional high school science fair for students doing original science, technology, and math or engineering research. Grades 9-12 public, private, and home school are eligible. The goal of CSEF is to motivate students to study science, technology, engineering, and math with a goal of going into STEM related careers. The fair joins many other organizations that are positioning themselves to address the shortage of qualified employees to fill STEM-related job openings.
The funds will be used to support travel for student winners who move on to the International Science and Engineering Fair in May, as well as for awards at the annual fair on the third Saturday of February at the Madison Central Library.
2019 CSEF Grand Award Winners:
Yiyang Ian Shi, Madison West
Forte Research Systems – Grand Prize
Jack Mahear & Jasmine Narine, Muskego
Promega Corporation – 1st Runner-Up
Srihari Gopalan, Madison Memorial
Mirus – Second Runner-Up
Learn more about the Capital Science & Engineering Fair at dpi.wi.gov/science/science-fairs/csef
Did you know that 100% of proceeds from the Berbee Derby go to the Madison-based Technology Education Fund (TEF)? The annual Thanksgiving Day event has become a family tradition for many. Fun event for all ages and levels.