The Gresham-Barlow Science Expo (GBSE) is the at-large regional fair. It will be Friday, March 8th at Gresham High School. The GBSE is sponsored by the Gresham-Barlow Education Foundation.
The at-large fair is for high school students that are not in a region served by any other fair. Online registration is required.
All paperwork must be postmarked by February 14th to:
PO Box 311
Banks OR 97106
The registration fee is $20 per project. Make checks payable to Gresham High School. Please contact the fair director if fee limits your participation.
Required paperwork includes the school registration form, abstract form, and all required ISEF forms. To find out which forms each project will need you can use the Forms Wizard.
GBSE Student Schedule:
7:30-8:45 Check-in and Display set-up in the Aux Gym.
9:00-9:15 Fair Announcements in the Cafeteria
9:15-10:15 Free Time/Presentation Practice
10:30-12:30 Judging in the Aux Gym. You must be by your poster during this time.
12:30-1:30 Lunch on your own.
1:30-2:45 Exhibits open to the public. (You should be by your poster).
2:45-2:55 Remove your project from the Aux Gym
3:00-4:00 Awards in the Main Gym
High school students from all three district high schools are encouraged to participate! This regional fair is one of 7 and is part of the Northwest Science Exposition System — a consortium of student science, math, and engineering project competitions.
The Northwest Science Expo System is the source of Team Oregon, these are the students chosen to represent Oregon at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair each year. The system is comprised of 7 regional fairs and the state fair, the Intel Northwest Science Expo. NWSES is affiliated with the Intel ISEF, the world’s largest international pre-college science competition, which is a program of the Society for Science and the Public. The Center for Science Education at Portland State University administers the NWSES by providing leadership and support.
Students compete in 15 categories encompassing all the scientific disciplines, engineering, computer science and mathematics. Participation comes from all parts of Oregon.
The GBEF has established a fund that allows students to be reimbursed for the cost of creating a project. For more information, contact your school’s science department.