Welcome to our website for the Louisiana Science and Engineering Fair! We are looking forward to another great year and working with you to give your students an interesting, worthwhile, and enjoyable Science Fair experience.
July 28, 2020
Due to the continued issues we are all facing in light of the current pandemic, the Region VII Science and Engineering Fair (February 25-27, 2021) and the Louisiana Science & Engineering Fair (March 22-24, 2021), will be held virtually. We will announce further details in the fall regarding registration openings for both fairs. All paperwork protocols and rules remain the same, but will post updates as they are available). Thank you and we wish you good health for the coming year!
Update: March 28, 2020
Congratulations to those who participated in the virtual fair! We thank all volunteers, judges, and LSU Online & Continuing Education staff who assisted in making this all happen! Results for both divisions below. Emails were sent yesterday to all participants and special awards emails are to follow, so monitor your email for details:
LOUISIANA STATE SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FAIR
On Site Competition has been canceled. Competition going virtual
The road to the Louisiana Science and Engineering Fair (LSEF) starts in middle and high schools all around the state. Students compete to advance from their school-level fairs to a regional fair, and then to the Louisiana statewide event. Top Senior Division winners from around the state have the opportunity to take part in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) Intel ISEF Complete Information
Help Support LSEF. Your donations will allow this program to continue - Friends of the Fair
Region VII and LSEF Finalists selected to attend ISEF - You must agree to represent LSEF, travel and compete at the time of acceptance. Please make sure you are willing and able to attend as others would love to have your spot. LSEF policy aligns with ISEF Rules - “Intel ISEF finalists are expected to attend the full week of the program and are encouraged to attend all Intel ISEF events. Attendance is mandatory at the public exhibition of projects on Thursday and at both award ceremonies. The only excused absences to these mandatory functions are graduation ceremonies, illness or family emergencies. If finalists have a scheduling conflict, they should consult with their Fair Directors immediately”.
Volunteers needed for 2020 Fairs! If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact Lisa Graves at email@example.com. If you would like to judge, please visit the Judges page and complete registration.
Past years results can be found on the Archives Page
Louisiana Science and Engineering Fair
Lisa Graves, State Director
LSU Digital & Continuing Education
1225 Pleasant Hall
Baton Rouge, LA 70803