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Published May 18, 2020
Two Wyoming high school students, who qualified from the Wyoming State Science Fair earlier this spring at the University of Wyoming, are participating in the virtual International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) this week.
Joshua Arulsamy, from Laramie High School, and Markie Whitney, representing Newcastle High School, will display their state award-winning projects in the “Virtual Regeneron ISEF” beginning Monday, May 18, and continuing through Friday, May 22.
Participants from throughout the world will be able to view projects, plus log into various panel discussions from leading STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) representatives.
“This is the first year that ISEF has been held virtually, and there is a multitude of great speakers and events all open to the public for the first time ever,” says Erin Stoesz, Wyoming State Science Fair director, who is based at UW. “I’d love to see members of the university community ‘attend’ all or part of this.”
To view the entire schedule, click here.