ABOUT THE FAIR
The LRSF is open to all middle school and high school students in Jefferson County and 11 surrounding Kentucky counties. An estimated 300 students will participate in 2010. The University of Louisville hosts the LRSF on its Belknap campus.
Category winners in the 2011 LRSF will represent the Louisville region in the sixth annual Kentucky Science and Engineering Fair (KY-SEF), to be held at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond.
High school finalists will also represent Kentucky in the 2011 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (IISEF), where over 1500 students from around the world will compete for over $3 million in scholarships, tuition grants, scientific equipment and trips. Find out more at http://www.societyforscience.org/isef/index.asp.
Additional awards may include scholarships, as well as special awards presented by LRSF sponsor corporations and organizations.
Teachers and others with extensive past experience in the LRSF preparation and judging process are available to assist teachers and their students who are new to the LRSF competition.
For additional information about the 2011 Louisville Regional Science Fair, you may contact the LRSF Fair Co-Directors, Mr. Matt Kittell or Ms. Tina Gibson, or the LRSF Assistant Fair Director, Ms. Amy Sprinkle.
|See Stars over Louisville on National Astonomy Day at Planetarium|
|Free computers and lessons to parents of elementary school-aged children [Family and Parenting]|
|Free "How-to Festival" at library main branch: Learn to do 50 things in 5 hours on 1 day: 100% Free [Classes and Seminars]|
|Make-It-Yourself at the Library with ‘Make Magazine’ founder Dale Dougherty|
|The 2013 Kentucky Equine Youth Festival is coming to the Kentucky Horse Park|
|Economist Phil Auerswald brings ‘The Coming Prosperity’ to the World Affairs Council Speaker Series|
|Planetarium offers out of this world workshops, classes|