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Delaware Valley Science Fairs
DVSF Awards and Scholarships

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The sponsors of the Delaware Valley Science Fairs (DVSF) provide several kinds of awards to student winners. These awards are intended to demonstrate the high value sponsors place on achievement by middle and high school students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics - STEM

All-Expense-Paid Travel to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair

The Gold, Silver and Bronze Medal Winners of the 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grade Fairs will receive all-expense-paid trips to the 65th Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Los Angeles, California from May 10 -17, 2014.  Medal Winners are selected from the 13 First Place category winners from each grade (9-12). The Medal Winners will compete at ISEF representing DVSF. The first place team project from the 9th through 12th grades will also receive an all expense paid trip and compete at ISEF.  Selected teachers will also receive all-expense-paid trips to the ISEF.
Approximate Value: $1,500 per person.

Category Awards

Each of the first place winners in the five Delaware Valley Science Fairs fourteen categories of the competition will receive $100, second place winners will receive $75 and third place winners will receive $50 along with their medal and certificate.  Approximate Value: $15,300.

Scholarships

Drexel University will offer full tuition scholarships to the Gold, Silver and Bronze Medal winner of the 2014 Marie Curie Science Fair (11th Grade) for use at Drexel University when the student enrolls. The remaining 10 first place winners in the Marie Curie Science Fair will receive a partial tuition scholarship and is renewable for up to five years pending maintenance of a 3.0 grade point average and full-time status.  All scholarships go into effect upon the recipients meeting university admissions criteria.
Approximate Value: $840,000.

University of the Sciences in Philadelphia will award scholarships to first, second and third place winners in the 2014 Marie Curie Science Fair, 11th grade.  Scholarships are to be allocated toward tuition only and become effective upon enrollment in the incoming class of fall 2015 in any undergraduate or first-professional program offered at the University.  Each scholarship is renewable for a maximum of four years provided the recipient is enrolled as a full time undergraduate or first professional student in good academic standing with the University. The awards will be distributed as follows:
1st Place Winners - $15,000 per year
2nd Place Winners - $12,000 per year
3rd Place Winners - $10,000 per year
Approximate Value: $1,924,000.

The Dietrich W. Botstiber Foundation offers an $8,000 unrestricted scholarship to a 12th grader with a project related to aviation. The student will be awarded a $2,000 per year, for 4 years pending maintenance of full-time status.

Harrisburg University of Science & Technology will award up to four one-year full-tuition Science & Technology Scholar Awards to deserving high school juniors who display a strong interest in scientific discovery through experiential learning as exhibited by their work at DVSF. Approximate Value: $45,000.

 

Special Awards

DVSF partners with area Professional Societies and Organizations. Many of whom give additional special awards to select students whose projects reflect the mission and goals of the societies and organizations. Approximate Value: $32,725.00. Click here for a complete list: