TSD's High School Science Fair

TEXAS SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF’S HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE FAIR – MAY 17

Austin, Texas – May 17, 2013   The Texas School for the Deaf TSD) holds its annual high school science fair today, in the school’s Seeger Gym, at 1102 South Congress Avenue.

Open to the public today, from 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon, over 100 students have teamed up to present and demonstrate their findings before a panel of judges from TSD, the University of Texas and Austin Community College (ACC).

Students are presenting 55 science projects in topics covering biology, chemistry, physics and anatomy.   

Grand prize winners in two divisions – Freshman/Sophomores and Juniors/Seniors – will receive an Apple iPad mini, and runners-up in both divisions will receive cash prizes, ranging from $45.00-$100.00. 

TSD’s science fair is generously sponsored this year by: Gallaudet University Regional Center Southwest at ACC and the TSD Foundation.   





 

  •  When: Friday May 17th, 2013 8:00am-2:00pm 
  •  Project Judging 8:30-12:00 
  •  Awards 1:00-2:00 
Who: Teams of 2-3 High School Students from TSD and RDSPDs from across Texas.

Grand Prize for Fair Champions 
A Brand New iPad for each Team Member! 
Additional Cash Prizes will also be Awarded!


Additional Details: 

Teams may have no more than three students. Projects must involve an experiment done by the students. Project topics can be from any science domain. Judges will include TSD staff, Gallaudet Professor, UT scientists/graduate students, and others. This fair project can cover a variety of TEKS, especially Science Process Skills! 

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