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Greater New Orleans Science and Engineering Fair (GNOSEF), held annually in February, is affiliated with the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair and is open to 6th–12th grade students attending middle or high school (including home school) in the Greater New Orleans four-parish-area of Jefferson, Orleans, Plaquemines, and St. Bernard Parishes. Tulane supports this program by providing board members, tournament organizers, judges, and volunteers. The 2020 GNOSEF is scheduled for February 10-13.

Thursday, February 13, 2020

Greater New Orleans Science and Engineering Fair (GNOSEF), held annually in February, is affiliated with the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair and is open to 6th–12th grade students attending middle or high school (including home school) in the Greater New Orleans four-parish-area of Jefferson, Orleans, Plaquemines, and St. Bernard Parishes. Tulane supports this program by providing board members, tournament organizers, judges, and volunteers. The 2020 GNOSEF is scheduled for February 10-13.

Wednesday, February 12, 2020 - Senior Division

Greater New Orleans Science and Engineering Fair (GNOSEF), held annually in February, is affiliated with the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair and is open to 6th–12th grade students attending middle or high school (including home school) in the Greater New Orleans four-parish-area of Jefferson, Orleans, Plaquemines, and St. Bernard Parishes. Tulane supports this program by providing board members, tournament organizers, judges, and volunteers. The 2020 GNOSEF is scheduled for February 10-13.

Greater New Orleans Science and Engineering Fair (GNOSEF), held annually in February, is affiliated with the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair and is open to 6th–12th grade students attending middle or high school (including home school) in the Greater New Orleans four-parish-area of Jefferson, Orleans, Plaquemines, and St. Bernard Parishes. Tulane supports this program by providing board members, tournament organizers, judges, and volunteers. The 2020 GNOSEF is scheduled for February 10-13.

Monday, February 10, 2020 - Junior Division

Tulane University’s GiST Program will provide fifth through seventh grade girls with the opportunity to meet and work with women role models in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. Workshops developed and offered by faculty and student teams will encourage and empower girls to inquire, investigate, and discover in a positive environment. Our goal is to open the doors wide and welcome young students to careers in STEM fields by encouraging creative thinking, promoting self-esteem, and increasing awareness of the opportunities that await them.

Tulane University’s BATS Program will provide fifth through seventh grade boys with the opportunity to meet and work with both male and female role models in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. Workshops developed and offered by faculty and student teams will encourage boys to inquire, investigate, and discover in a science and engineering environment. Our goal is to open the doors wide and welcome young students to careers in STEM fields by encouraging creative thinking, promoting self-esteem, and increasing awareness of the opportunities that await them.

Tulane University’s GiST Program will provide fifth through seventh grade girls with the opportunity to meet and work with women role models in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. Workshops developed and offered by faculty and student teams will encourage and empower girls to inquire, investigate, and discover in a positive environment. Our goal is to open the doors wide and welcome young students to careers in STEM fields by encouraging creative thinking, promoting self-esteem, and increasing awareness of the opportunities that await them.

Tulane University’s BATS Program will provide fifth through seventh grade boys with the opportunity to meet and work with both male and female role models in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. Workshops developed and offered by faculty and student teams will encourage boys to inquire, investigate, and discover in a science and engineering environment. Our goal is to open the doors wide and welcome young students to careers in STEM fields by encouraging creative thinking, promoting self-esteem, and increasing awareness of the opportunities that await them.

The School of Science and Engineering New Student Welcome/Open House will include a reception and an opportunity for new incoming undergraduate students and their guests to meet SSE Dean Kimberly Foster and SSE faculty.

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