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The 74th Annual Fair is a wrap!

(5/8/22). Connecticut delegation at the International Science and Engineering Fair


Check out what’s going on at the Regeneron ISEF in Atlanta, Georgia. Click HERE.

(5/6/22). Thank you to everyone!

The Connecticut Science and Engineering Fair is made possible by the generous support of Connecticut businesses, industries, organizations, and universities. Our participating students represent a vast swath of Connecticut communities. We are so thankful for all of the parents, teachers, mentors, and volunteers that made the Fair possible. Be sure to join us for our 75th Diamond Fair in 2023.

(3/18/22). Congratulations Finalist! Awards Ceremony on Saturday!

Saturday, March 19th marks the close of the 2022 Connecticut Science and Engineering Fair.  Please join us as we award over $600,000 in awards, scholarships, and prizes at tomorrow’s Awards Ceremony.  We are streaming it live on YouTube.  Find the stream and link below. (This notification was also sent on 3/18 via email.) Please be sure to join us!

Get your Awards Ceremony Program HERE!

  • Middle School Finalists Awards Ceremony 9:30 to approximately 10:15
  • Special Awards Ceremony (both Middle and High School) approximately 10:15-11:15
  • High School Finalists Awards Ceremony approximately 11:15-12:00

(3/12/22) Congratulations to our participants!

Preliminary judging is DONE! We were impressed, excited, and motivated to see the amazing, innovative, and complex work of the students.

Preliminary 2022 Judging Results and Finalists for next week’s interviews (March 15/16) have been posted. Special Award Winners will be posted next Thursday (March 17) by 5pm. All results and awards will be posted after the virtual Awards Ceremonies on Saturday, March 19. You can also navigate to 2022 Fair Results using “The Fair” tab, above.

About the Fair

The Connecticut Science & Engineering Fair is a yearly, statewide science and engineering fair open to all 7th through 12th-grade students residing, or enrolled, in Connecticut schools and Fishers Island. An important objective of our program is to attract young people to careers in science and engineering while developing skills essential to critical thinking. Through science fair participation, students are encouraged to pursue independent work using proper research methods.

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120 schools and regional fairs send students to the CSEF. These students compete for the 600 available spaces at the State Fair.

The Connecticut Science & Engineering Fair is supported by academic and industrial organizations throughout the state. We are an all-volunteer organization, with funds directed to student awards, Fair operations, workshops, and educational presentations.

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