SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FAIR
2022-2023 Self Nomination opens 02/21/2023 08:00:00 AM, Deadline is 03/08/2023 10:00:00 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=224   Total number of self nominations=746  Number of nominations with reasons why: 746
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51

 AIRWAS-Air Waste Management Association  Environmental projects related to air, water, pollution, clean energy, and the environment. 2265 2319 2447 2468 2478 2480
2484 2485 2516 2650 2680 2720
2726 2741 2785 2802 2835 2837
2842 2887 2893 2898 2913 2916
2924 2953 2981 3260 3310 3317
3334 3486 3521 3522 3527 3537
3544 3554 3556 3573 3589 3618
3683 3693 3781 3784 3860 3864
3879 3972 4060
 

20

 AMS-American Meteorological Society  Creative scientific projects in the areas of atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences 2200 2390 2447 2448 2461 2466
2500 2514 2737 2940 2946 3537
3551 3675 3740 3864 3867 3887
3942 4014
 

17

 APA-American Psychological Association  Outstanding research in psychological science under the category of Behavioral and social sciences or any category related to psychology 2070 2099 2114 2145 2213 2218
2225 2240 2246 2252 2256 2259
2289 2318 2336 2348 3220
 

31

 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 2069 2206 2225 2229 2236 2241
2256 2259 2263 2282 2327 2341
2353 2360 2363 2432 2461 3183
3220 3260 3320 3527 3540 3549
3556 3588 3658 3693 3730 3757
3899
 

11

 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 futuristic transportation (EVs, AVs, VToL, Alternative Jet Fuels, Auto Ride hailing, etc) Sustainability, Renewable Energy, and so on. Additionally Bio Medical, Lifesciences advancements are allowed too. 2206 2221 2360 2474 2940 3211
3320 3588 3594 3757 4014
 

7

 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. 2319 2680 2837 2859 2898 3268
3468
 

16

 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. 2032 2185 2319 2453 2876 2897
2911 2913 2914 3334 3461 3589
3622 3657 3781 3944
 

2

 ASM-ED-ASM Materials Education Foundation  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. 3334 3944
 

8

 AWG-Association of Women GeoScientists  Projects by female students whose projects exemplify high standards of innovativeness and scientific excellence in the geosciences 2447 2500 2737 3317 3527 3675
3864 3942
 

15

 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 year’s projects will also enter into the selection process. 2184 2225 2241 2259 2263 2282
2417 2447 2453 2461 2474 3317
3320 3334 3693
 

40

 BCODE-Broadcom Foundation-Coding for 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 2008 2185 2265 2319 2410 2515
2516 2650 2680 2726 2741 2817
2835 2837 2859 2864 2887 2897
2902 2904 2911 2914 2916 2924
2994 3009 3059 3283 3325 3490
3544 3552 3572 3573 3589 3622
3690 3860 3948 3977
 

38

 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 2000 2008 2032 2516 2650 2680
2720 2726 2744 2817 2876 2902
2911 2913 2914 2922 2941 3009
3059 3309 3310 3325 3464 3521
3544 3618 3625 3657 3690 3781
3784 3860 3869 3879 3948 3972
3977 4060
 

17

 EMA-Environmental Management Association  Individual projects submitted by students in the senior division (grades 9-12) that focus on environmental science. 2200 2447 2448 2466 2500 2514
2737 3317 3551 3556 3586 3675
3686 3740 3864 3887 3940
 

41

 EPA-Environmental Protection Agency  Projects in the area of environmental sciences and environmental engineering. Students will receive a congratulatory letter from the EPA 2008 2200 2447 2466 2468 2478
2480 2484 2485 2499 2514 2741
2785 2887 2893 2897 2911 2913
2914 2924 3070 3285 3310 3351
3486 3521 3523 3537 3554 3572
3573 3589 3618 3657 3680 3683
3784 3869 3921 3972 3977
 

14

 FPC-Fino Plane Co  Project that demonstrates aerodynamic principles, avionics, or components of aviation. Award consists of EAA Young Eagles orientation flight around Detroit 2000 2150 2442 2774 2897 2950
2966 3530 3545 3549 3739 3840
3990 4092
 

5

 GLCHPS-Great Lakes Chapter Health Physics Society  Projects related to Radiation Science and Radiation safety 3382 3413 3490 3757 3972
 

15

 GLWA-Great Lakes Water Authority  Projects that deal with Water. 2478 2516 2887 2893 3104 3310
3544 3589 3683 3781 3860 3904
3906 3977 4060
 

21

 IEEE-IEEE Southeastern Michigan Section  Projects that demonstrate electrical, electronic and computer engineering concepts 2206 2221 2236 2341 2363 2442
2450 2463 2474 2499 2722 2940
3006 3183 3268 3285 3540 3586
3594 3621 3730
 

11

 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 2071 2297 2309 2323 2338 2347
2353 2450 2466 3588 3899
 

28

 LEMEL-Lemelson Foundation  Develops an invention to solve a critical societal problem and improve the lives of others. $100 cash award 2000 2008 2032 2720 2726 2744
2785 2802 2835 2842 2864 2876
2893 2904 2911 2914 2941 2953
2981 3009 3059 3304 3325 3625
3690 3860 3948 4060
 

27

 MMCA-Mini/Micro Computer Applications  Innovative use of computers or computer technology 2000 2206 2221 2229 2236 2341
2363 2417 2432 2442 2450 2453
2463 2474 2722 2940 3006 3009
3183 3220 3268 3285 3382 3540
3690 3730 3944
 

13

 MUALPH-Mu Alpha Theta  Projects that demonstrate the most challenging, original, thorough, and creative investigation of a problem involving mathematics accessible to high school students. 2184 2236 2263 2417 2443 2450
2969 3006 3183 3211 3220 3268
3730
 

15

 NASA-NASA Earth System Science  projects that best demonstrates insight into Earth's interconnected spheres (atmosphere, lithosphere, hydroshpere, cryoshere, and bioshpere. 2200 2390 2447 2448 2466 2500
2514 2737 3317 3551 3675 3864
3887 3942 4014
 

14

 NGS-National Geographic Society  Best project that seeks solutions to the Earth's most pressing challenges, in particular, around oceans, land, wildlife, human history & cultures, and human ingenuity. 2327 2417 2447 2461 2463 2500
2946 3537 3594 3740 3864 3867
3942 4014
 

19

 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. 2484 2500 2835 2837 2893 2922
2924 3310 3521 3537 3552 3554
3618 3622 3781 3784 3972 4014
4060
 

31

 NSBE-National Society of Black Engineers  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. 2327 2478 2479 2480 2484 2485
2499 2517 2518 2650 2726 2744
2876 3059 3070 3285 3317 3320
3334 3464 3490 3527 3540 3549
3554 3572 3588 3622 3693 3899
3948
 

5

 RICOH-Ricoh Corporation  Looking for outstanding projects that address issues of environmental responsibility and sustainable development. 2500 2940 3268 3527 3556
 

24

 SHPE-Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers  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. 2153 2478 2479 2480 2484 2485
2486 2517 2518 2876 2913 2922
3009 3285 3521 3588 3618 3622
3625 3690 3720 3840 3879 3977
 

4

 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. 2241 2466 2468 3864
 

3

 SPACEX-SpaceX  Projects with aerospace applications 2897 3552 3840
 

6

 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. 2221 2453 2459 2940 3594 4092
 

12

 UDM-University of Detroit Mercy  High school students, especially in the 10th through 11th grade 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 Detroit Mercy. We encourage high school students to submit a Detroit Mercy admission application. 2256 2327 2463 3032 3211 3320
3540 3549 3757 3899 3944 3955
 

12

 UM-SXi-Univ of Mich Chapter of Sigma Xi  Students who live or attend school in Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe and Washtenaw counties. 2008 2286 2299 2347 2353 2400
2515 2516 2722 3168 3222 3824
 

26

 USAF-United States Air Force  best project that is in line with the goals and objectives of the USAF 2069 2256 2263 2282 2363 2390
2463 2474 2514 2722 2774 2973
3537 3589 3594 3621 3625 3683
3737 3784 3840 3867 3879 3942
3989 3990
 

14

 USAID-US Agency for International Development  Project that has the potential to make an impact on addressing international development challenges. 2259 2327 2341 2353 2432 2442
2453 2842 2941 3549 3556 3657
3720 3948
 

8

 USMA-US Metric Association Award  Best use of SI metric system in a project 2263 2303 2353 2442 2453 3220
3478 3549
 

42

 USNAVY-United States Navy  Project best in line with the Navy's objectives. 2069 2185 2256 2263 2363 2452
2461 2463 2468 2474 2514 2722
2774 2835 2905 3055 3254 3310
3376 3506 3527 3540 3573 3586
3589 3621 3625 3683 3693 3737
3740 3784 3840 3859 3860 3879
3904 3989 3990 3991 4030 4060
 

6

 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. 2069 2221 2259 2282 2360 3260

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