Alexa Groff

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Junior and senior high-school students from across the state are gearing up to compete for prizes, awards and scholarships during the upcoming State Science and Technology Fair of Iowa on March 24-25. The event is the largest STEM competition for youth in grades 6-12 and will be hosted in person at Iowa State University.

By: Valyn Bodensteiner and Alexa Groff

Junior and senior high-school students exhibiting over 300 projects from more than 50 schools competed for prizes, awards and scholarships valued at more than $75,000 during the State Science and Technology Fair of Iowa.

By: Valyn Bodensteiner and Alexa Groff

Two Iowa teens received awards at the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair, held May 8-13 in Atlanta, Georgia. The world’s largest global high school competition featured 1,750 young scientists representing 49 states and 63 countries, regions and territories across the world.

By: Valyn Bodensteiner and Alexa Groff

Junior and senior high-school students from across the state are gearing up to compete for prizes, awards and scholarships during the upcoming State Science and Technology Fair of Iowa on March 30-31. The event is the largest STEM competition for youth in grades 6-12 and will be hosted in person at Iowa State University.

By: Alexa Groff and Sydney Peterson

452 junior and senior high school students from across the state competed for prizes, awards and scholarships during the State Science and Technology Fair of Iowa on March 30-31.

By: Alexa Groff and Sydney Peterson

Jacob Hohl, 18, of Central Lee High School in Donnellson, received fourth place in the category of Earth and Environmental Science at the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair in Dallas, Texas, May 13-19.

By: Alexa Groff and Sydney Peterson

Thirteen Iowa youth – future leaders in science, technology, engineering and mathematics – embarked on an exhilarating adventure as part of STEM in Motion, an innovative 4-H Youth Development program from Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.

By: Alexa Groff and Sydney Peterson

The State Science and Technology Fair of Iowa is gearing up for its 67th annual event, set for April 4-5 at Iowa State University. The fair, for youth in grades 6-12, will feature over 600 participants showcasing more than 480 projects.

By: Sydney Peterson and Alexa Groff

Coming from across the state, 611 junior and senior high school students competed for prizes, awards and scholarships during the State Science and Technology Fair of Iowa on April 4-5.

By: Sydney Peterson and Alexa Groff