AESA Science Olympiad for Armenian students to be held in March

AESA Science Olympiad for Armenian students to be held in March

PanARMENIAN.Net - The Armenian Engineers and Scientists of America (AESA) announced that the 13th AESA Science Olympiad will be held at the Grand Salon of California State University Northridge (CSUN) on Sunday, March 23, according to Asbarez.

The committee is comprised of volunteers, supporters, professional engineers, scientists, judges, mentors, community sponsors and endowment donors, all working together for the ultimate goal of increasing interest and passion in science and engineering among young Armenian students from Armenian, public and other private schools. The Olympiad provides interscholastic academic competition in the fields of physical sciences and life sciences for two grade levels, middle school (grades 6-8) and high school (grades 9-12).

“We are actively seeking the community’s support in encouraging family members in grades 6 to 12 to participate with a prepared science project and spend a fun day of science with their peers” stated AESA President Vasken Yardemian. The Science Olympiad follows the California State Science Fair rules and regulations. During the evaluation and interview process, the judges provide constructive feedback to all students for future improvements of their projects and presentation skills leading them to prepare for the county and state competitions. The Olympiad each year also invites a professional speaker to present a unique scientific topic exposing students and inspiring them to a variety of career path opportunities.

Cash prizes are also awarded, with 1st place winning $500, 2nd Place winning $250, 3rd Place $100, and Honorable Mention $50. In addition, each prize is accompanied with an obsidian medallion made in Armenia.

Established in 1983 in Glendale, California, AESA is a non-partisan and non-sectarian philanthropic organization focused primarily on addressing the professional, technical and scientific needs of fellow Armenian engineers, scientists, industrialists and architects throughout the world

Photo: Asbarez
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