Welcome to the
Northeastern Indiana Tri-State Regional Science Fair website!

UPDATE: The 2016 fair will be held on Saturday, March 19 on the campus of Trine University in Angola, IN.

Sponsored by Trine University in cooperation with businesses and industries in the communities of DeKalb, Noble, LaGrange, and Steuben counties, and support from the Science Education Foundation of Indiana, Inc.

Trine University invites you and your students to attend and participate in the 56th Annual Northeastern Indiana Tri-State Regional Science Fair to be held March 19 at Hershey Hall Gymnasium on the campus of Trine University. 

A Science Fair is aimed at motivating young people to undertake extracurricular activities in the form of a science project.  The project can range from simple library research for young children to a complex independent research project for those of high school age.  Such work provides a learning situation with characteristics not normally duplicated in school work (real problems, long closure, no one answer, greater complexity, etc.) and provides for the development of attributes important to adult success (independence, initiative, creativity, persistence, etc.) also in ways not duplicated in school.