SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FAIR
2023-2024 Self Nomination opens 2/26/2024 08:00:00 AM, Deadline is 03/08/2024 5:00:00 PM

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Select a MAXIMUM of 5 Professional Organizations for self-nomination  None prevously Selected
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Number of Students self-nominating=304   Total number of self nominations=921  Number of nominations with reasons why: 921
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78

 AIRWAS-Air Waste Management Association  Environmental projects related to air, water, pollution, clean energy, and the environment. 2128 2139 2219 2222 2475 2515
2525 2527 2540 2541 2579 2583
2596 2607 2609 2610 2611 2656
2663 2752 2753 2769 2772 2791
2792 2794 2805 2826 2832 2833
2835 2849 2867 2870 2894 2973
3019 3040 3053 3063 3067 3072
3087 3122 3184 3296 3334 3335
3366 3373 3379 3501 3516 3529
3570 3584 3591 3596 3597 3609
3616 3623 3629 3664 3691 3693
3708 3759 3809 3811 3819 3840
3879 4013 4021 4033 4214 4230
 

14

 APA-American Psychological Association  Outstanding research in psychological science under the category of Behavioral and social sciences or any category related to psychology 2049 2093 2123 2130 2135 2137
2140 2211 2231 2254 2341 3507
4179 4247
 

42

 ASA-American Statistical Association (ASA), Michigan Chapters  Effective use of statistical methods in the science project, including data collection, graphical display, and statistical analysis. Winners are listed in magazine. Link for last year's winners: Here 2119 2130 2133 2135 2137 2140
2143 2170 2211 2219 2222 2231
2254 2257 2272 2717 2764 2969
2971 3053 3090 3122 3140 3392
3411 3500 3541 3617 3692 3693
3701 3707 3773 3809 3810 3821
4006 4025 4074 4254 4260 4294
 

16

 ASEIO-American Society of Engineers of Indian Origin  Projects that demonstrate transformational & impactful technology. The themes can be related but need not be limited to New Mobility/Futuristic transportation (EVs, AVs, VToL, etc.), Sustainability, Energy Transition, Net Zero Future, Smart Cities and so on. Additionally Bio Medical, Lifesciences advancements are encouraged too. 2238 2364 2764 2766 2889 2969
2971 3567 3701 3769 3944 4006
4260 4292 4294 4298
 

19

 ASHRAE-Amercian Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers  Projects addressing the conditioning of air for indoor environments. Projects may explore the heating, cooling, humidification, dehumidification, ventilation, or air filtration and cleaning of buildings or vehicles. They may also investigate underlying principles or related topics such as insulation, energy efficiency, sustainability, or equipment such as fans, compressors, heat exchangers and whole air-conditioning units. 2011 2046 2525 2611 2715 2752
2769 2779 2791 2803 2848 2854
2867 2973 3005 3072 3184 3597
3708
 

27

 ASMDET-ASM - Detroit Chapter  Projects that involve the use of materials (metals, plastics, ceramics, or composites) where the student has: (1) Designed or created a new material; (2) Built or tested an improved material; or (3) Examined/analyzed the internal structure of the material. 2476 2517 2522 2523 2543 2549
2583 2604 2618 2621 2772 2791
2802 2832 2836 2854 2864 2866
2870 2894 3051 3115 3160 3449
3597 3623 4074
 

3

 AWG-Association of Women GeoScientists  Projects by female students whose projects exemplify high standards of innovativeness and scientific excellence in the geosciences 3693 3759 3840
 

8

 BATTLE-James T Battle Memorial Award  This professional award is presented to a 11th or 12th grade student that has demonstrated a long term interest in the Science Fair, dedication and a quest for knowledge. The student should have participated in at least 2 previous Science Fairs and had a thoughtful project that required creativity, ingenuity, and thoroughness. Each of the previous yearís projects will also enter into the selection process. 2211 2238 2341 2969 3053 3183
3773 4294
 

21

 BCODE-Broadcom Foundation-Coding with Commitment  Any Junior division student in any STEM category who combines STEM Knowledge, Computation/Coding in the project's research, design, or development that Expresses Passion for helping or improving ones community. Award: $250 plus Raspberry Pi computer system 2549 2598 2604 2788 2805 2833
2838 2858 3019 3063 3066 3080
3148 3160 3449 3614 3708 3709
3765 3786 4164
 

59

 DOD-DOD-STEM award from Society for Science  Excel in STEM Knowledge; Demonstrate problem solving skills and determination to overcome challenges throughout their research project; Exemplify leadership qualities through excellent communications skills and creative thinking. $100 prize from DOD 2522 2523 2530 2542 2543 2549
2579 2580 2604 2606 2607 2618
2620 2621 2664 2694 2715 2772
2779 2788 2803 2805 2833 2838
2848 2854 2858 2870 2894 2920
2937 2967 3019 3063 3066 3067
3072 3080 3098 3148 3165 3167
3184 3296 3366 3415 3449 3610
3614 3616 3629 3691 3708 3709
3765 3786 3826 3879 4164
 

10

 EMA-Environmental Management Association  Individual projects submitted by students in the senior division (grades 9-12) that focus on environmental science. 2012 2139 2143 2515 3392 3529
3759 3813 4033 4203
 

67

 EPA-Environmental Protection Agency  Projects in the area of environmental sciences and environmental engineering. Students will receive a congratulatory letter from the EPA 2011 2139 2219 2515 2517 2522
2527 2579 2581 2596 2598 2607
2609 2610 2618 2621 2663 2664
2685 2752 2792 2794 2814 2826
2838 2840 2849 2866 2894 2914
2920 2923 3005 3040 3053 3063
3067 3087 3122 3130 3296 3334
3335 3366 3379 3460 3501 3516
3570 3584 3591 3596 3609 3616
3664 3691 3693 3809 3813 3819
3824 3840 4013 4021 4032 4214
4230
 

17

 FPC-Fino Plane Co  Project that demonstrates aerodynamic principles, avionics, or components of aviation. Award consists of EAA Young Eagles orientation flight around Detroit 2319 2517 2523 2525 2549 2753
2766 2836 2867 2937 3019 3094
3520 3593 3621 3769 4024
 

68

 GLWA-Great Lakes Water Authority  Projects that deal with Water. 2011 2012 2219 2312 2341 2515
2525 2527 2535 2541 2542 2543
2581 2583 2596 2598 2600 2610
2611 2618 2715 2752 2769 2772
2779 2791 2792 2794 2803 2826
2832 2838 2840 2848 2849 2864
2866 2870 2973 2984 3040 3067
3072 3122 3334 3335 3373 3379
3460 3501 3516 3522 3529 3535
3537 3590 3616 3664 3691 3759
3810 3811 3813 4013 4032 4033
4074 4214
 

50

 IEEE-IEEE Southeastern Michigan Section  Projects that demonstrate electrical, electronic and computer engineering concepts 2100 2119 2134 2154 2222 2245
2357 2364 2530 2543 2620 2717
2766 2849 2854 2858 2889 2971
2979 3138 3183 3296 3411 3449
3498 3500 3507 3567 3570 3595
3596 3597 3598 3603 3621 3707
3708 3709 3727 3765 3786 3810
3819 4074 4164 4221 4230 4292
4294 4298
 

4

 INVITR-Society for In Vitro Biology  outstanding 11th grade student (preferred) exhibiting in the areas of plant or animal in vitro biology or tissue culture 2170 2231 3813 4254
 

37

 LEMEL-Lemelson Foundation  Develops an invention to solve a critical societal problem and improve the lives of others. $100 cash award 2530 2541 2542 2600 2604 2611
2621 2663 2664 2779 2805 2826
2858 2920 2937 3051 3063 3066
3067 3072 3080 3098 3130 3148
3165 3167 3296 3366 3449 3522
3614 3616 3709 3765 3786 3797
4164
 

7

 LTU-S-LTU STEM Scholarship  High school 11th or 12th grade students with projects that demonstrate challenging issues in areas of health, engineering or environment where applications of creative investigation and integration of cross STEM disciplines are used to solve the issues at hand. Applicant must have serious desire to attend LTU. We encourage high school students to submit a LTU admission application beginning August 1. Award is for $19,650/year, renewable 2119 2211 3567 3584 3603 3621
3944
 

10

 LTU-WS-LTU Summer Workshop  Summer Camp: High school 10th and 11th grade students that are interested in exploring stimulating academic camps in engineering, technology, design and Science will be introduced to the latest innovations in modern labs and studios. Summer Camps consist of one week on LTU campus - Camp - choice of student. 2211 2272 3138 3541 3701 3809
4254 4260 4292 4298
 

35

 MMCA-Mini/Micro Computer Applications  Innovative use of computers or computer technology 2100 2119 2134 2142 2238 2364
2543 2620 2836 2848 2858 2864
2889 2969 2971 3090 3098 3138
3140 3411 3415 3498 3507 3541
3570 3595 3596 3603 3614 3707
3709 3765 4221 4294 4298
 

2

 NASA-NASA Earth System Science  projects that best demonstrates insight into Earth's interconnected spheres (atmosphere, lithosphere, hydroshpere, cryoshere, and bioshpere. 3840 4214
 

2

 NOAA-United States Department of Commerce Oceans and Atmosphere  Projects that best understand and predict changes in climate, weather, oceans, and costs, to share that information with others, and to conserve and manage coastal and marine ecosystems and resources. 2012 3693
 

37

 NSBE-National Society of Black Engineers: Detroit Professionals  NSBE seeks to determine the next generation of STEM leaders. We are looking for STEM projects that can clearly demonstrate how it impacts the community as well as showcase their excellence in technical research, discovery, or innovation. Each division will get the opportunity to compete for a $100 stipend, certificate and membership as a NSBE Jr. Member. 2011 2134 2231 2254 2257 2527
2541 2604 2610 2618 2621 2686
2715 2788 2803 2805 2838 2854
2856 2920 3040 3066 3080 3087
3098 3148 3165 3167 3183 3366
3415 3529 3610 3629 4006 4032
4164
 

16

 RICOH-Ricoh Corporation  Looking for outstanding projects that address issues of environmental responsibility and sustainable development. 2139 3053 3090 3379 3392 3501
3570 3584 3591 3664 3809 3944
4021 4033 4203 4292
 

2

 SHPE-Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers - Detroit  SHPE empower Hispanic students and professional to become the next generation STEM leaders. We are seeking students enthusiastic about STEM and solving problems in their local community. 3923 4006
 

15

 SIGXI-Sigma Xi-Univ of Mich Chapter  Students who attend a school located in Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe and Washtenaw counties. 2012 2092 2154 2272 2357 2613
2760 2881 2965 2979 3140 3556
3991 4022 4041
 

11

 SIWI-Stockholm Junior Water Prize (Stockholm)  The competition is open to any high school student who has conducted a water-related science project and reached the age of 15 by Aug. 1 of the competition year. Projects should be aimed at enhancing the quality of life through improvement of water quality, water resources management, or water and wastewater treatment. Projects can explore water issues on local, regional, national, or global issues. 2012 2219 2515 3122 3373 3529
3584 3664 3759 4033 4214
 

12

 SPACEX-SpaceX  Projects with aerospace applications 2523 2525 2752 2753 2791 2802
2833 2923 2937 3051 3160 3415
 

8

 SWE-Society of Women Engineers - Detroit  For female identifying students with exceptional projects in engineering or engineering related fields (including but not limited to biomedical engineering, engineering mechanics, environmental engineering, embedded systems, energy:chemical, energy:physical, materials science, robotics, systems software). 2100 2119 2139 2357 3140 3379
3541 4247
 

22

 TFS-Thermo Fisher Scientific-Advancing Equity through innovation Award  Project that promotes an equitable society that is healthier, cleaner, or safer for all. Emphasis on providing opportunities for communities that donít have equal access. The project must satisfy all 3: 1. Have a focus on equity, by providing greater access to the same opportunities or outcomes for an underserved or disadvantaged population 2. Make the world either healthier, cleaner, or safe 3. Use innovation to drive equitable access 2523 2535 2542 2598 2610 2664
2715 2803 2826 2833 2848 2870
2923 3040 3066 3080 3334 3691
3742 3786 3819 4230
 

12

 TOYOTA-Toyota R&D Innovation and Mobility  Senior Division 10th, 11th and 12th grade students whose projects involve new society innovations and mobility ideas as it relates to Toyota's long term objectives of a sustainable planet and mobility for all. 2222 2257 2357 2717 2766 3541
3595 3769 3840 3944 4254 4292
 

39

 USAF-United States Air Force  best project that is in line with the goals and objectives of the USAF 2222 2257 2517 2530 2535 2544
2703 2753 2764 2794 2802 2836
2840 2849 2864 2866 2894 2937
2979 3051 3098 3115 3124 3160
3165 3167 3411 3415 3532 3593
3610 3614 3621 3629 3701 3879
4013 4024 4254
 

16

 USAID-US Agency for International Development  Project that has the potential to make an impact on addressing international development challenges. 2012 2238 2272 2341 2364 2764
3140 3183 3392 3595 3621 3813
3944 4021 4024 4203
 

6

 USMA-US Metric Association Award  Best use of SI metric system in a project 2231 2238 2257 2341 2364 3773
 

32

 USNAVY-United States Navy  Project best in line with the Navy's objectives. 2357 2517 2527 2530 2535 2544
2717 2764 2766 2772 2792 2794
2802 2836 2840 2864 2866 2971
2979 3051 3115 3165 3167 3411
3532 3610 3629 3701 3879 4006
4013 4024
 

8

 WEIZ-American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science  12th grade student-Grand Award Winner. Winning student will receive an all expense paid trip to study with top 50 students worldwide at Weizmann Institute of science in Rehovot, Israel. 2969 3498 3501 3507 3593 3597
3598 3603

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