Student Bio Expo
PLANNING FOR THE 2018 eXPO IS NOW UNDERWAY!
Please SAVE the date Friday May 18th 2018 - this is the tentative date for the Expo to be held at Shoreline Community College.
If are a Teacher or a Student and interested in participating in the 2018 Expo, for more details please contact:
Janis Wignall, Bio Expo Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
For more inforMation about our previous years' 2017 and 2016 Programs please see below:
the 2017 nwabr student bio expo was stellar!
thanks to our sponsors, Biddle consulting, shoreline community college and Zymogenetics/BMS
The 17th Annual NWABR Student Bio Expo was held on Friday May 19, 2017 at Shoreline Community College. NWABR's Student Bio Expo is a yearlong program that provides a platform for students to learn about and showcase their knowledge of biotechnology, biomedicine and bioethics.There were 324 students participating from 22 Puget Sound schools with 110 science mentors and 65 Judges. It was another great year for the Student Bio Expo!
There are 14 Expo Categories: Art, Career Pathways, Creative Writing, Drama/Dance, Indigenous Science, Journalism, Lab Research, Molecular Modeling, Multimedia, Music, SeaVuria, SMART team (3D-printing), Teaching and Website. This approach reflects the Next Generation Science Standards, based in Personalized Student Learning (students choosing a topic of their own choice) and linked to deep science content plus rigorous technical reading and writing. At left, 3rd place SMART winners from Tesla High School Rahul, Anjali and Ashiana.
Our dynamic Keynote Speaker, Austin Wright-Pettibone, is a senior undergraduate at the UW who is the youngest student to ever serve on the UW Board of Regents. He gave an engaging talk on perseverance and leadership that captivated the student participants.
The Expo Award Ceremony celebrated the2017 student winners. The year’s People Choice Award was won by Iman Tanumihadja, Shorecrest High School on Lung Cancer (Multimedia) and the Judges Cup of Excellence was won by Foster High School.
Click here to see 2016 winners.
The mission of the Student Bio Expo is to promote an understanding of bioscience research among high school students. We provide access to scientific resources and engage students in creative ways to demonstrate their knowledge of the disciplines of biotechnology and biomedicine. By connecting students, teachers, scientists, and the general public, we strengthen our life sciences community.
We would like to thank our 2017 Sponsors:
If you are interested in participating in the 2018 BioExpo, in sponsoring, mentoring or judging, please contact Janis Wignall, Bio Expo and Tech Manager. 206 957-3337.
The mission of the Student Bio Expo is to promote an understanding of bioscience research among high school students (9th -12th graders). We provide access to scientific resources and engage students in new creative ways to demonstrate what they know and are able to do within the disciplines of biotechnology and biomedicine. By connecting students, teachers, scientists, and the general public together, we strengthen our life sciences community.