The Westchester Science & Engineering Fair (WESEF) encourages students to participate in hands on science by providing a forum for showcasing the outstanding research of high school students in Westchester & Putnam counties of New York State and sponsoring the top students from the fair to advance to the INTEL International Science & Engineering Fair.
Planning is underway for the 2019 Westchester Science & Engineering Fair! The event will be held on Saturday, March 16th, 2018 at Sleepy Hollow High School. We anticipate this will be our biggest and best fair ever!
Please join us in support student interest and involvement in STEM in our community. We are looking for individuals with research experience to volunteer as judges for WESEF 2019.
Judge registration is now open and available at: http://wesefreg.org/judges/
More info about judging is available, please click on our link above.
Questions can be directed to our Judge Coordinator, Michelle: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration is now open for teachers to add student participants for the 2019 Westchester Science & Engineering Fair. Please use our online registration form available at: http://wesefreg.org/ The deadline to register all participants is Friday, November, 30th, 2018.
Please note that ONLY Science Research teachers should register students and that there should be only one account per school. In other words, we highly recommend that in the case where a participating school has more than one Science Research teacher, that a single account is created where multiple users can login and add student information.
Registration information that is submitted by a student directly will be disregarded and that student will not be officially registered. Teacher registration is required.
All forms, the final research paper, and the official abstract form must be postmarked by Thursday, December 20th, 2018 to :
SRC Chair – WESEF
29 South Highland Avenue
Ossining, NY 10562
For those projects that require more time, an optional Extended Deadline (January 18th 2019) is available for an additional registration fee (combined $50 normal fee + $100 late fee). However, it is required that projects that intend to use the extended deadline are included in the teacher registration form due by November 30th, 2018.
**Any student that has chosen the optional, extended deadline (Jan. 19) MUST still submit forms 1, 1A, 1B and the research plan by Dec. 19th!!
This year was our biggest and best Regeneron Westchester Science & Engineering Fair yet! In total, we had approximately 560 projects representing 44 high schools in our region including Westchester and Putnam Counties. The caliber of our students’ work was exceptional and rivals that of professional scientists!
We are excited to share the results of our science fair:
The top Regeneron WESEF winners will advance to the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair in Pittsburgh, PA May 13th – May 19th where they will compete among 1,800 students from more than 75 countries around the world for $4 million in prizes.
Additionally, Regeneron WESEF is able to the send nine qualifying projects to the Genius Olympiad June 11th – June 16th, an international science fair held in Oswego, NY which will include a total of 600 projects from over 70 countries.
We must additionally thank the more than 300 judges who volunteers to support student interests in science by giving generously of their time on a Saturday morning.
Finally, we recognize that this science fair would not be possible without the continued support of our donor organizations including our top donors Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Acorda Therapeutics, Entergy, and Boehringer Ingelheim Cares. Additional information on our donors can be found here.
Photos from the awards ceremony can be found here.
The Photo Montage from the Awards Ceremony is available here.
The top 12 individual and top 3 teams advancing to the INTEL International Science & Engineering Fair are:
|Caitlin O’Donnell||Yorktown High School|
|Alaina Otto||Sleepy Hollow High School|
|Simon Peck||Fox Lane High School|
|Madiha Zia||Ossining High School|
|Jessica Finkler||Mahopac High School|
|Eden Sheinin||Yorktown High School|
|Tara Venkatadri||Ardsley High School|
|Sarah Broas||Putnam Valley High School|
|Rachel Joseph||Somers High School|
|Kiera Mallinson||Pelham Memorial High School|
|Michaela Kyer||Yorktown High School|
|Isha Puri||Horace Greely High School|
|Julia Piccirillo-Stosser, Sabrina Piccirillo-Stosser, & Kiara Tavares||Ossining High School|
|Hannah Bilton & Emma Bilton||Yorktown High School|
|Jainil Sutaria, Rachel Li, & Chelsea Wang||Ardsley High School|
The top 9 projects advancing to the Genius Olympiad are:
|Magdalene Ford||Ossining High School|
|Ryan Onatzevitch||Yorktown High School|
|Madeleine Sleeman||Fox Lane High School|
|Peter Wei||Pelham Memorial High School|
|Pranav Burugula||Yorktown High School|
|Chirag Kumar||Horace Greeley High School|
|Jamie Kramer||Dobbs Ferry High School|
|Bryan Mesquita||Westlake High School|
|Susanna Weber||Mamaroneck High School|
Many thanks to all who helped to pull this event together, including the donors, judge volunteers, teachers, parents, mentors, and student volunteers! Thank you for your continued participation, interest, and support!