2014 West Alabama Regional Science Fair The University of West Alabama and the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (UWA Campus Map) is pleased to serve as the host for the 16th Annual West Alabama Regional Science Fair on Friday, March 7 through Saturday, March 8, 2014. Please note that the tournament will once again be held in Hughes Gymnasium on the UWA Campus (refer to the campus map for directions). 2014 WARSF Schedule 2014 Student Registration Form Rules and Regulations The West Alabama Regional Science Fair is an Intel ISEF-affiliated fair serving the counties of Choctaw, Fayette, Greene, Hale, Lamar, Marengo, Marion, Perry, Pickens, Sumter, and Tuscaloosa. These competitions exist in nearly every state in the University States as well as in 40 other countries. All Intel ISEF-affiliated science fairs register with Society for Science and the Pubic and must consist of five participating high schools and/or 50 students in the ninth - twelfth grades. The 2014 West Alabama Regional Science Fair will sponsor a winning student's travel to the 2014 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair to be held in Los Angeles, California from May 11 - 16, 2014. Each year, millions of students worldwide compete in local and school-sponsored science fairs; the winners of these events go on to participate in Intel ISEF-affiliated regional and state fairs from which the best win the opportunity to attend the Intel ISEF. The Intel ISEF unites these top young scientific minds, showcasing their talent on an international stage, enabling them to submit their work to judging by doctoral level scientists - and providing the opportunity to compete for nearly $4 million in prizes and scholarships. Society for Science and the Public partners with Intel—along with dozens of other corporate, academic, government and science-focused sponsors—who provide support and awards for the Intel ISEF each year. Information for students and teachers participating in Intel Science Fairs can be found here. This site also provides links to downloadable forms, as well as a PowerPoint presentation explaining the guidelines. For more information contact Dr. Roger Campbell at 205.652.3873 or the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at 205.652.3414.