If you are interested in exposing your students to science and improving their reasoning skills, participating in the Ouachita Mountains Regional Science and Engineering Fair (OMRSEF) is a great place to start! The OMRSEF provides students with an opportunity to explore the exciting world of science and engineering and to meet other students who have similar interests. The OMRSEF is a great way of meeting some of the objectives outlined by many curriculum specialists!
When and Where
The 2022 OMRSEF is scheduled for March 4, 2022. This event will be held at the Mid America Science Museum in Hot Springs.
Important Dates and Deadlines for 2021-22
February 18 Student/Project Registration
February 22 Submission of Forms
March 4 OMRSEF
TBD Registration Deadline for State Fair
TBD State Science Fair – University of Central Arkansas
May 8-13 Regeneron International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF) – Atlanta, GA
Finalists from each regional fair will be eligible to compete at the State Science and Engineering Fair.
May 8-13, 2022 — Two high school projects and two teachers will be selected to represent the Ouachita Mountains Regional Science and Engineering Fair at the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF).
The OMRSEF plans to host a series of workshops to assist teachers to prepare for the season. Dates and locations are TBD.
If you are stumped on how to get students started, follow the link below to the ISEF website for various resources available that are sure to get you and your students motivated to participate:
ISEF Teacher Resources
OMRSEF Rules The OMRSEF follows all Regeneron ISEF rules plus some additional requirements unique to our fair. Ensure that your students have adhered to all applicable rules by reviewing them. For a COMPLETE listing of the applicable rules and regulations, click here.
Project Submission Requirements for OMRSEF
- Project Presentation (see page 26 of ISEF Rules; ISEF Display & Safety Regulations)
- ISEF Forms (see ISEF Rules Wizard)