CalcuSolve will be presented virtually this year. Check back for more information on how to register.
This year's Eco Challenge is a virtual program that will include an introduction to the Fairchild Challenge, a field trip program, a live interview with a Botany in Action Fellow, and a take-away project that’s tied to this year’s challenge. There is a registration fee of $5 per student.
There are multiple time slots available. You will only need to choose one. Please choose the best time slot for you. There is a maximum of 30 students per time slot, but if your group needs to fit in more for a time slot, please let me know.
Teams of up to five high school students are tasked with the challenge of using their STEM skills and knowledge to solve a problem in their community. Students final project submissions are due by February 1, 2021, no later than 4:00PM. Presentations and the Awards Ceremony will be done virtually.
Registration is now open! The deadline to register is November 20. Project submission guidelines and more information on the virtual presentations and awards ceremony will be shared once registration closes.