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Colorado Science & Engineering Fair

April 11 - 13, 2019 at Colorado State University - Fort Collins
2019 CSEF Tentative Schedule

The Colorado State Science Fair, Inc. is an independent, nonprofit organization. Thanks to the support of generous corporations, foundations, government agencies, organizations and individual donors who believe in the importance of science education, CSSF, Inc. has served Colorado and its students for 64 years. You can read last year's Annual Report for more details.

CSSF, Inc.'s vision is to honor excellence in science, engineering and technology; provide opportunities for students from all regions of the state to create and present their research in environments that nurture interests in science and technology; and promote professional skills, high ethical standards, diversity and continuing intellectual development.

The main event of the CSSF, Inc., the Colorado Science & Engineering Fair is totally dependent on sponsorships and contributions to cover the annual expenses of the CSEF. From exhibit space rental to grand award prize money to funding the trip to the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair for the top Senior Division winners, it takes a lot to make this a special event for the participants. Also, the CSSF, Inc. Board of Directors has recently embarked on a campaign to raise money in order to fund the following priorities:

  • Hire a full-time CSEF Director who will be able to work more directly with the 13 Regional Fair Directors and interact more with teachers at the school level. This is an effort to better support teachers doing science fair in their classrooms.
  • Increase the Grand Awards given at the CSEF to a level more indicative of a state level competition.
  • Increase the participation of students at the Regional Science Fair and school level.
Ed & Lucy Adams Thomas Butts
Kevin & Ann Cooney Karl Dise
Monica Engler Michael Giallanza
Carol & Charles Haggans Gina Holland & Isaac Britton
Dr. David & Vonda Holm Mala & TS Kalkur
Kevin Keirn Dan Kowal &
Karen McCarthy
George & Rebecca Lenz Lale Lovell
Ron McDaniel Dr. Woody Moss
Jennifer & Matt Nehring Jody & Floyd Oaks
Bill & Sandra Ray Jennie Ridgley
Dwayne & Margaret Romero Thomas Salmon &
Kay Duncan
Joanne & Patrick San Nicolas Michel Schuh
Ronggui Yang RedLion York

Bayswater Exploration & Production, LLC

Colorado State University

Office of the Provost & Executive Vice President

Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering

College of Natural Sciences

CNS Education & Outreach Center
(in-kind: office space, technology support, web site hosting, CSEF Director)


Intel Foundation


Verizon

Broadcom Foundation


Lockheed Martin


US Department of Commerce
National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration

(in-kind: posters, annual reports, student gifts)

Colorado Dental Association


Society of Petroleum Engineers, Denver Section

Sam & Eileen Bartlett

Black & Veatch

CableLabs


City Light & Power, Inc.

Colorado Medical Society Education Foundation


IEEE, Denver Section


National Renewable Energy Laboratory


Seagate Technology

Dr. Larry & Carol Sveum

 

Michael Bemski

Colorado Association of Science Teachers

Colorado Engineering Council

Exponential Engineering Company

Galvanic Engineering

Home Advisor

Lab Society

Optimal Schedule

San Luis Valley Regional Science Fair, Inc.

Sponsors provide financial support of over $500 to the Colorado Science & Engineering Fair and are encouraged to provide up to 2 members for the Board of Directors. Sponsorship levels are divided into the following levels:

  • Diamond Sponsors - financial support of $10,000 or more
  • Platinum Sponsors - financial support of $5,000 - $9,999
  • Gold Sponsors - financial support of $2,500 - $4,999
  • Silver Sponsors - financial support of $1,000 - $2,499
  • Bronze Sponsors - financial support of $750 - $999
  • Copper Sponsors - financial support of $500 - $749

Each level of sponsorship has a different degree of promotional benefits. For more information about becoming a sponsor of the CSEF, contact the CSEF Executive Director or complete a Sponsorship Form.

The CSSF, Inc. Board of Directors is also currently seeking a Title Sponsor.

Contributors are businesses and organizations that provide financial support up to $500 as well as non-sponsorship gifts from individuals to the Colorado Science & Engineering Fair. To make a monetary contribution, complete the Contribution Form and mail it (with or without a check) to the CSEF Executive Director. Contributions can also be made through ColoradoGives.org.

The CSEF appreciates the in-kind support of time given by all of the volunteers, judges and board members. There are also other in-kind donations that can be made - for more information on what in-kind services the CSEF could use, please contact the CSEF Executive Director. To report in-kind contributions, please submit a completed In-Kind Report Form.

The CSEF Special Awards Program supplements the Grand Awards given in each category and division. Your organization may choose to provide representatives to judge exhibits and present awards based on your own criteria. Awards may include cash, savings bonds, calculators, computers and other prizes, summer job opportunities, and college scholarships. For more information on becoming a Special Awards Organization, contact Sam Bartlett, Special Awards Coordinator, visit the Special Awards Organization Information page and read the Special Awards Program Policy for details on award minimums and organizational responsibilities.

Colorado BioScience Institute

Colorado Rural Electric Association

Kristi Mountain Sports

Langmack Medical Communications

Pro-Sports
(in-kind: t-shirt design)

Scheevel Geo Technologies, LLC

Society of Women Engineers,
Rocky Mountain Section

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