Awards: Intel ISEF Awards

Senior Division Intel ISEF Awards: These awards are also offered at the International finals.

1. American Meteorological Society
Up to two awards for individual or team project. Projects must be in atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences.
Award: Certificate.

2. American Psychological Association (APA)
This award recognizes outstanding research in psychology (junior or senior division) under the category of behavioral and social sciences or any category related to psychology (e.g., animal sciences, biochemistry, computer science, environmental science, mathematical science, medicine and health).
Award: Certificate of Recognition

3. ASU Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiative
This award is for inventors, social entrepreneurs, innovative designers and creative thinkers who develop solutions to sustainability challenges. The research should solve a complex problem that involves social justice, environmental and economic prosperity. Two awards can be given.
Award: Certificate and nomination to enter the Grand Prize, a trip to Arizona for the 2018 Sustainability Solutions Festival at Arizona State University.

4. Intel Excellence in Computer Science Award
Winners of the Intel Excellence in Computer Science Award will receive an Intel Certificate, $200 and an Intel memento. This award may be given to an individual or a team.
Award: Certificate and $200 to be sent to student(s) after the student(s) completes the required paperwork.

5. Mu Alpha Theta
This is the National High School and Two-Year College Mathematics Club. It is intended that this recognition be awarded to a senior division individual or group project demonstrating the most challenging, thorough, creative investigation of a problem involving mathematics.
Award: Certificate

6. NASA Earth System Science Award
This is for a project exhibiting a clear and focused purpose on Earth System Science that is testable using the science process. Founded in 1958 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower, NASA's mission is to pioneer the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research, answering basic questions like: What's out there in space? How do we get there? What will we find?
Award: Certificate

7. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) “Taking the Pulse of the Planet” Award
This award goes to research that emphasizes NOAA’s mission of science, service and stewardship in climate, weather, ocean and coastal sciences.
Award: Certificate, letter and medallion.

8. Regional Ricoh Sustainable Development Award
This award recognizes projects that demonstrate outstanding efforts in addressing issues of environmental responsibility and sustainable development.
Award: Certificate

9. Society for In Vitro Biology
To be awarded to most outstanding 11th grade student exhibiting in the areas of plant or animal in vitro biology or tissue. If there are no 11th graders available for award can be offered in other senior division grades.
Award: Certificate

10. Stockholm Junior Water Prize (SJWP)
This is for the best projects related to water quality, water resource management, water protection, water treatment or wastewater treatment. Up to three awards may be given.
Award: Certificate. Up to three awardees may register to compete in the State, competition by April 15th. Ten finalists at the Intel International Fair will receive an all expense trip to Stockholm, Sweden where they will represent the United States to compete in the International Stockholm Junior Water Prize competition. Each winner must complete the online form to compete at the higher level.

11. U.S. Air Force
Award: Certificate, medal and other awards to be announced

12. U.S. Metric Association
This is for a student whose project involves a significant amount of quantitative measurement and which best uses the SI metric system for those measurements.
Award: Certificate

13. U.S. Navy
Award: (three possible awards)Certificate, medal and other possible prizes

14. Yale Science and Engineering Association Inc.
This award is given to the most outstanding 11th grade student exhibiting in the areas of Computer Science, Engineering, Physics or Chemistry (team or individual).
Award: Certificate and pewter medallion sent to winner after Fair Director or award recipient mails winner’s form. A preliminary certificate will be provided recipient at the Fair

Junior Division Intel ISEF Awards:

1. American Meteorological Society
Up to two awards for individual or team project. Projects must be in atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences.
Award: Certificate of Recognition

2. Association for Women Geoscientists
This award is offered to female students. Teams with at least one female are also eligible. These projects should exemplify high standards of innovativeness and scientific excellence in the geosciences. Special consideration will be given to projects that increase the public awareness of geosciences, illustrate the interdisciplinary nature of the geosciences, or promote the sensitivity to Earth as a global system. This may be given to the junior or senior division, team or individual.
Award: Certificate.

3. Broadcom Masters
This is a grand prize award provided for up to six projects. Winners are invited to participate in this National competition with awards up to $40,000 and a weekend in Washington, DC next fall.
Award: Certificate and invitation to participate in the National Competition.

4. U.S. Air Force
Award: Certificate and medal

5. U.S. Metric Association
This is for a student whose project involves a significant amount of quantitative measurement and which best uses the SI metric system for those measurements.
Award: Certificate

6. U.S. Navy and Marine Corps
Two junior awards provided.