Frequently Asked Questions about Student Bio Expo
What is the NWABR Student Bio Expo?
The mission of the NWABR Student Bio Expo is to provide high school students opportunities to interact with the scientific community and to engage them in new creative ways to demonstrate their understanding of biotechnology and biomedicine.
Where will the 2017 NWABR Student Bio Expo be held?
Friday May 19th, 2017
Shoreline Community College
16101 Greenwood Ave N, Shoreline, WA 98133
(206) 546-4101 Open to the public 9am-Noon
How do students register?
Students are currently registering through participating teachers. If you are interested please contact Janis Wignall, Bio Expo and Tech Manager firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 957-3337
How do I register to be an Expo mentor?
Please fill olut the following survey:
How do I register to be an Expo Judge?
Please fill out the following survey:
How has the Expo been funded in past years?
For many years the Expo was funded through NIH grants, Sponorship and Grants
This has resulted in a GREAT program model. Our goal is to move to a sustainable longterm model.
How much does it cost per student?
Student Bio Expo program entry fee is $30.
Or free to those students whose parents or guardians work for NWABR members such as Amgen, Benaroya Research Institute, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Swedish, University of Washington, Washington State University and Zymogenetics (note this on your registration form).
Does NWABR have financial assistance for schools and non-profits or individual students in need?
NWABR is committed in including ALL students who wish to particpate in the Student Bio Expo. Program entry fee is WAIVED for NWABR Expo stiudents on free and reduced lunch
When is the deadline for deadline for Expo project submission?
Registration opens Monday April 3rd and has a deadline of Sunday midnight April 23rd 2017
Any questions please contact:
Janis Wignall, Bio Expo and Tech Manager, email@example.com 206-957-3337